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six more recent acquisitions

Of these, the Square Dancing record is to my mind clearly Steinweiss, and I show one that I had already posted that is from the exact same moment. The rest of them include a really good Eric Nitsche and four … Continue reading

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the last five from my 10 inch music collection, decca records

next will be Steinweiss on London. of these five, the last one is signed Eric Nitsche. I seem to have mixed up the captions on Sonny Burke and Henry King.

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words for the last few Decca covers

As noted in an earlier post, Eric Nitsche stopped designing for Decca around 1954. Apparently they continued to use his designs. Some of these look like him, to my mind. Then one is Joe Weitz, and two are Gloria Grattan, … Continue reading

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last decca 12 inch lps – nitsche, joe weitz, gloria grattan and unknown

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a mystery

The earliest of these three covers is signed Eric Nitsche. The later two are not signed. The covers are obviously very similar. One of my correspondents told me that Nitsche did not work for Decca after 1954. And Nitsche was … Continue reading

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my favorite eric nitsche, and 8 more 1952-1954

DL9668, with its stone dove flying above the sea, is my favorite Nitsche. Dl9666 is a close second. He was incredibly inventive, and it would be great to know more about his work. I am not a completist on Nitsche, … Continue reading

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nine eric nitsche covers, 1951-52

Eric Nitsche was a great talent. Lotte Lehman vol 2 is his generic style. As you can see, he had a wide range beyond generic.

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decca lps not by steinweiss – mostly eric nitsche

Like with my Columbia collection,where I seem to shelve the Steinweiss designs separately from the other designers, I shelve my non-Steinweiss Decca lps separately for the most part. But I am not consistent, Joe Weitz can wind up in either … Continue reading

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