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Greg Brown The Iowa Waltz (Quiex)

Original 1981 Red House Records pressing on translucent (when held to light) QUIEX AUDIOPHILE vinyl. Vinyl is NM and excellent with a couple faint surface sleeve scuffs on either side. Labels are excellent. Cover has cornerwear/bumped corners, light edgewear and ringwear/hazing.

If you’re not familiar with QUIEX, it's like this: As CDs began coming on the scene in the 1980’s, record companies started pressing “Quiex II” LPs primarily for radio stations. The idea was to show that vinyl was still king and sounded just as good--or better--than CDs. MOST Quiex pressings were marked as Quiex that were shipped to radio. If too many were pressed, they were packaged as regular LPs and those lucky enough to unknowingly buy them were then blessed with clearer sound! This translucent (when held to light) AUDIOPHILE beauty is one of those pressings!

Greg Brown

Genre: Country / Folk

Condition: NM

Cover Condition: Strong VG
Label: Red House Records
Reference Number: 39757
Date: 1981

Country: US

SKU: 22274

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