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Stanyan SRQ-4017 and 4020 - do they exist?

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steelydave

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Hi Mark,

Doing some quad remix engineer homework I came across these two albums in your quad discography, but I can't find a trace of them anywhere on the internet aside from a mention in the April 20th, 1974 issue of Cash Box (which I've reproduced below). Have you actually seen these in the wild? I'm mostly curious about seeing back covers if they exist, so I can verify the engineering credit - should be Carl Yanchar I think.

ELECTRONIC MUSIC -

Concerto for Human Voice & Black Box. Stanyan SRQ-4020 (SQ)
Electric Music for Electric People. Stanyan SRQ-4017 (SQ)
{The titles above were released only in quad, no stereo version known}


Cash Box 4/20/1974 pg. 10
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I was curious so I had a search and found nothing on those two, some of the others pop up in searches. I imagine if the albums do exist they're strange as I found a cover/marketing promo picture for the one below - and I would think that it makes the German band Faust or 1969s White Noise "An Electric Storm" look mainstream!
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I was curious so I had a search and found nothing on those two, some of the others pop up in searches. I imagine if the albums do exist they're strange as I found a cover/marketing promo picture for the one below - and I would think that it makes the German band Faust or 1969s White Noise "An Electric Storm" look mainstream!
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Got a copy of that
 

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Supposedly no masters left
Guy selling cd rip on discogs , expensive .
Early electronica , bought it years ago when I picked up my first quad receiver .
Good for annoying pet dogs next door , lots of high frequencies .
 
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