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DOUG CARN -Infant Eyes. Black Jazz BJ-3 Quad or Not?

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DOUG CARN -Infant Eyes. Black Jazz BJ-3. The cover does not make any mention of quad. Red record labels mention compatible stereo/quadraphonic while white record labels only mention stereo
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I checked for info in Billboard magazine and did not see anything other than sales listings, no mention of quad

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QS Listings in Billboard only list BJQD -7 thru BJQD -16 as quad

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No mention of this title in Quad Incorporated 1st or 2nd addition
 
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