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Spooky Story About ARP In Owosso

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Spooky Story About ARP In Owosso

Post by CK-722 » Sun Jul 07, 2019 10:42 pm

50 records appeared in a box on the commenter's porch on the night prior to the fire that destroyed the American Record Pressing Plant in 1972. The plant pressed the first Beatles records in America in 1963. "Please Please Me" had the group's name misspelled Beattles. But Dick Biondi played it anyway in 1963 on WLS, as far as we know, the first time the Beatles were played in America. ARP also pressed the first VeeJay recordings of The Four Seasons in 1962-1963, and almost all of the Motown recordings before they moved to CA. The story reminds me of "Laurie" by Dickey Lee.

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