Info and images were added for another Duke Ellington LP, this time featuring Mahalia Jackson: “Black, Brown And Beige”, Philips LP B 07337 L.
Today, images were added for Philips B 07278 L, an album by Duke Ellington.
This French LP from 1960 has only a minimal reference to Minigroove: the built-in record envelope shows the logo (embossed). Images and info were added; click on the image below to see them all.
Yesterday I visited some record stores in Deventer with minimal catch: just one Philips Minigroove 10 inch album. It’s P 10141 R by the Coimbra Quintet, a Fado record. I added it to the website today and also scanned the front and back cover, and both labels. The group photo below shows a picture similar to what was probably used for the front cover (design: Ad van der Elst).
Coimbra Quintet (source: internet)
Info and images were added for Philips 10 inch album P 13001 R, another children’s record, performed by Benny Vreden en de Meisjes (see photo below).
Benny Vreden en de Meisjes (source: internet)
Images have been added for Philips 7 inch EP E 1 E 9114 (E1E 9.114 according to the labels); a children’s record in the French Livre-Disque series, featuring Lucienne Vernay.
Lucienne Vernay (source: internet)
Another classical issue: Philips S 06010 R. Images have been added and from Delpher.nl it became clear this one was originally released in 1954, the same year Philips started the Favorites-Series, where this album is part of.
Release information and images have been added for a Errol Garner EP: Philips 429 163 BE, from 1956.
Images are added for (probably) a repress of Philips P 10013 R. The first version has gold text on blue labels, where this one has silver text on blue labels. It does have the paper sleeve (non-laminated) with flaps folded over and glued to the back cover. It was most likely first released in 1952; the release number can be found on Delpher, in “Het Binnenhof” (Nov. 29, 1952), but the paper cannot be seen online.