The first 45 rpm record ever


WORLD'S FIRST 45 RPM RECORD
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

What is the world's first 45 rpm record?

In February 1949 after RCA Victor introduced the first 45 rpm phonograph they put together a promo package of seven 45s that were sent to disc jockeys and retailers.

The records were color coded for classification of music.

  • Popular- Black

  • Classical - Red

  • Popular Classical - Midnight blue

  • Children's - Yellow

  • Country and Western - Green

  • Blues and Rhythm - Cerise

  • International - Sky blue

The songs that were included are:

  • Popular- Because by Dick Leibert

  • Classical - Unknown

  • Popular Classical - The French Marching Song by Al Goodman & His Orchestra

  • Children's - Unknown

  • Country and Western - Spanish Fandango by Spade Cooley

  • Blues and Rhythm - That's All Right by Big Boy Crudup

  • International - A Klein Melamedl by Saul Meisels

The first 45 rpm record ever

The first 45 rpm record ever

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