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SCOOP 9001; NOVEMBER, 1949




Yesterday we closed out the review for the flip side of this release by saying that while many of the individual parts of that record had been quite good and the overall idea was sound in theory the clashing arrangement sent it into disarray and curtailed its effectiveness.

But we ended the essay on an optimistic note by saying that if they merely tightened it up and tossed out those attributes which were in conflict with the overall intent they might have something really good to offer us.

This side of the record is the proof of that, one which – while not perfect – has a much more focused concept and execution and shows why the initial promise shown by James Von Streeter was something to get excited about.
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