Welcome to my web site! Here you will find information related to early pressings on compact disc. Included is an up-to-date list of my collection of these and other collectable CDs, along with pictures of some of my rare discs. I hope you find this site to be a useful resource!

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In the early 1980s, Sony issued a series of promotional sampler CDs in Japan with “YEDS” catalog numbers.  The first such sampler, simply titled Demonstration Disc and assigned catalog number YEDS 1, was released in 1982.  This disc was featured here in August 2010 (click Tramadol Mastercard for details).  As a continuation, we feature another YEDS sampler from 1982: Compact Disc Demonstration Vol. 1, catalog number YEDS 4.

Compact Disc Demonstration Vol. 1 is a varied compilation, comprised mainly of jazz and classical music.  There are 12 tracks in all, and both the disc and inserts are labeled to clearly note this release as a promotional issue.  The disc itself is labeled “NOT FOR SALE”.

The CD has telltale markings of an early Japanese CBS/Sony pressing.  It has “MANUFACTURED BY CBS/SONY RECORDS INC.” stamped on the clear plastic ring in the center, and the matrix code is stamped in the early CBS/Sony plant crude font.  The matrix code is “YEDS-4-1 1A3”.  Another indication of this being an early issue is that the copy featured here came in a jewel case with smooth top and bottom edges and “Patent pending” embossed on the back.

Shown below are pictures of the Compact Disc Demonstration Vol. 1 cover, back insert, spine label, and CD.

You’re probably wondering if there is a Compact Disc Demonstration Vol. 2.  Yes there is.  And yes, the catalog number is YEDS 5.  Look for this disc to be featured here in a future post.

 

The cover for the early Japanese Sony promotional sampler CD, Compact Disc Demonstration Vol. 1 (catalog number YEDS 4).

 

The back insert for the early Japanese Sony promotional sampler CD, Compact Disc Demonstration Vol. 1 (catalog number YEDS 4).  The track list is presented in both English and Japanese.  Note the statement “Not for Sale” printed in the bottom left corner.  The insert is dated 1982.  This artwork minus the track list was used for the back cover of the booklet. 

 

A spine label for the early Japanese Sony promotional sampler CD, Compact Disc Demonstration Vol. 1 (catalog number YEDS 4).

 

The early Japanese Sony promotional sampler CD, Compact Disc Demonstration Vol. 1 (catalog number YEDS 4).  The disc has “MANUFACTURED BY CBS/SONY RECORDS INC.” stamped on the clear plastic ring, and the matrix code is “YEDS-4-1 1A3”.  The matrix code is stamped in a crude font typical of early Japanese CBS/Sony pressings.  The disc is labeled “NOT FOR SALE” at 6 o’clock and is dated 1982.  This label design was also used for the earliest commercial CBS/Sony CDs released in Japan.

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We kicked off 2012 on keithhirsch.com with discussion of a rare U.S. Target CD pressing of Neil Young Harvest (click Buy Generic Tramadol Uk for details).  This disc is unusual by virtue of its color scheme, which differs from the color combination found with the more common West German pressing.  Here we consider a similar example — a U.S. Target CD of Eagles Greatest Hits Volume 2.  This popular Eagles compilation, originally released on the Asylum label in 1982, contains 10 hits, including the favorites “Hotel California”, “Heartache Tonight”, and “Life in the Fast Lane”.

Greatest Hits Volume 2 first appeared on CD as a West German Target pressing under Asylum catalog number 9 60205-2.  The disc shows the newer “sunrise” Asylum logo, as opposed to the earlier lower-case “a” logo.  As is typical for West German Target pressings bearing the newer Asylum logo, Greatest Hits Volume 2 has a blue target and a yellow paint coating.  Surprisingly, the very rare U.S. Target pressing has a different color scheme.  It has a purple target and a light blue paint coating.  This is the color scheme found with West German Asylum Target pressings showing the earlier “a” logo.

For the sake of clarity, West German Target pressings with the different Asylum logos and color combinations are shown below.  Also shown is the U.S. Target of Eagles Greatest Hits Volume 2

The U.S. Target of Greatest Hits Volume 2 is found with standard U.S. inserts, so there is no way to spot this rare pressing in a used CD shop without actually seeing the disc.  U.S. non-target pressings are extremely plentiful, so finding the U.S. Target is akin to finding a needle in a haystack.  This is among the rarest of the U.S. Target pressings in my experience.

 

West German Target pressing of Eagles Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975 (Asylum, catalog number 105-2).  The disc bears the original Asylum lower-case “a” logo.  The purple target and light blue paint coating is typical for West German Target pressings bearing the “a” logo.

 

West German Target pressing of Eagles Greatest Hits Volume 2 (Asylum, catalog number 9 60205-2).  The disc bears the newer Asylum “sunrise” logo.  The blue target and yellow paint coating is typical for West German Target pressings bearing the sunrise logo.

 

The rare U.S. Target pressing of Eagles Greatest Hits Volume 2 (Asylum, catalog number 9 60205-2).  Compare the color scheme to the West German pressings shown above.  Although the disc has the sunrise Asylum logo, it has the color scheme associated with the earlier “a” logo.  Note that the disc has “MADE IN USA BY PDO” printed along the perimeter.  The matrix code is “7559 60205-2 2893 272 01 #”.

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Whitney Houston, regarded by many as the greatest voice of her generation, died suddenly on February 11th at the age of 48.  This a huge loss for the music industry and for fans across the globe.  Whitney gave us hit after hit throughout her career, including “Greatest Love of All”, “You Give Good Love”, and “I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)”.  She will also be remembered for many stunning performances.  For some, her rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” at Super Bowl XXV in 1991 was more memorable than the game itself.  Whitney Houston was a tremendous talent who was taken from us far too soon.

R.I.P., Whitney.

 

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When the CD format was launched in 1982, a key target audience were audiophiles who were frustrated with the labor and pop and clicks encountered in playing vinyl records and the wear and poor fidelity encountered in playing cassettes. While one could debate the merits and limitations of the various music formats, I will not do that here. Suffice it to say, the CD format was targeted towards audiophiles. Many audiophiles were classical music enthusiasts, and as such, many major classical music labels embraced the new digital format from the beginning. One was the British Nimbus label.

Years prior to producing CDs, Nimbus developed a reputation for their well-recorded and well-mastered classical music records. Many of these records were recorded, mastered, and manufactured at Nimbus’ facility in Wyastone Leys, Monmouth, Great Britain. In 1982, Nimbus rode the digital wave and began to release CDs, albeit on a limited basis to test market acceptance.

The first Nimbus CD released was a promotional sampler from 1982 entitled Nimbus Natural Sound. This sampler contains 12 classical music works and was released under catalog number NIM 5001. The CD was pressed in West Germany at the Polygram plant and was one of just a handful of Nimbus titles pressed in West Germany. The early West German Nimbus CDs are quite rare. In 1984, Nimbus added CD manufacturing to the Wyastone Leys facility and used it to greatly expand its catalog on CD.

Shown below is the Nimbus Natural Sound sampler CD and the accompanying inserts. Important details are outlined in the figure captions.

 

The cover for the Nimbus Natural Sound promotional CD sampler (catalog number NIM 5001). Shown is the Nimbus recording studio and pressing plant in Wyastone Leys, Monmouth, Great Britain.

 

The back cover of the booklet for the Nimbus Natural Sound promotional CD sampler (catalog number NIM 5001). Provided is information on Nimbus Records, including their approach to producing recorded music. As noted in the third paragraph, Nimbus would open its own CD pressing facility in the U.K. in 1984.

 

The back insert for the Nimbus Natural Sound promotional CD sampler (catalog number NIM 5001). The track list is shown. Note the promotional statement at the bottom next to the CD format logo.

 

The Nimbus Natural Sound promotional CD sampler (catalog number NIM 5001). The disc states “Made in West Germany” at 9 o’clock, and the matrix code is “NIM 5001 2893006 01”. Also note the statement “Produced in collaboration with PHILIPS” above the CD format logo at 9 o’clock. Philips co-invented the CD with Sony.

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Most Target CDs, as early issues, were pressed in West Germany or Japan.  However, perusing this site, you will see a handful of U.S. Target pressings sprinkled about.  The U.S. PDO (Philips-DuPont Optical) plant pressed some CDs early on with the Target motif.  Generally speaking, these U.S. pressings are very rare.  Some of them bear the same color schemes as their earlier West German or Japanese counterparts, while other U.S. pressings have unique color schemes.  Here, we focus on one of the unique rarities.

Let’s consider Neil Young’s 1972 blockbuster, Harvest.  With the hits “Heart of Gold”, “Old Man”, and “The Needle and the Damage Done”, Harvest was an obvious choice for WEA to put on CD at the beginning.  As such, there are West German and Japanese Target pressings that were released jointly on the Warner Bros. and Reprise labels under catalog number 2277-2.  The West German Target CD is not terribly rare and has a red target and silver paint coating, the typical color scheme used for Target CDs on the Warner Bros. label.  As it turns out, there are two U.S. Target CD pressings of Harvest for collectors to consider.

The more common of the two U.S. pressings has the same color scheme as the West German pressing — red target with silver paint coating.  However, a very rare pressing has the colors reversed.  Thus, it has a silver target and red coating.  In this sense, it resembles the color scheme used for Elektra titles.  It took me quite awhile to track down this “Reverse” U.S. Target pressing.  It is not known if this Reverse Target is a test pressing or was simply made in error.

Shown below is the Reverse Target pressing of Harvest and the accompanying inserts.

 

The cover for the “Reverse” U.S. Target pressing of Neil Young Harvest (Warner Bros./Reprise catalog number 2277-2).  This is the same cover found with other releases of the album.

 

The back insert for the Reverse U.S. Target pressing of Neil Young Harvest (Warner Bros./Reprise catalog number 2277-2).  This insert was printed in the U.S., and there is no barcode.

 

A spine label for the Reverse U.S. Target pressing of Neil Young Harvest (Warner Bros./Reprise catalog number 2277-2).  The original European catalog number, 244 131, is also shown.  This spine label is found with other Target pressings of Harvest

 

The Reverse U.S. Target pressing of Neil Young Harvest (Warner Bros./Reprise catalog number 2277-2).  The color scheme resembles the one used for West German Target pressings on the Elektra label.  Note the Warner Bros. label at 9 o’clock.  As shown above, the inserts reference the Reprise label.  The same label discrepancy is seen with West German Target pressings of Harvest.  The matrix code for this U.S. pressing is “7599 02277-2 2893 223 05”.

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Happy Holidays!  It’s time yet again to celebrate the holiday season on keithhirsch.com with an early Christmas CD.  This year, we grace this site with a compilation from one of the great crooners — Bing Crosby.  In 1986, MCA Records released Bing Crosby Sings Christmas Songs on CD in the U.S. (catalog number MCAD-5765).  The original version to hit store shelves back in ’86 was pressed in Japan.

This CD features 14 Christmas classics that Crosby recorded with Decca Records, including his staple, “White Christmas”.  Track 15 is a recorded holiday greeting that Crosby and others gave to employees of Decca in 1940.  This CD was compiled and remastered by well-known mastering engineer Steve Hoffman, and the back cover of the booklet states “RESTORED TO THE ORIGINAL MONO FROM THE DECCA MASTERS”.  As a result, this CD sounds outstanding.  Crosby’s baritone is warm and rich on this CD.  It is trite in the audiophile world, but this CD has that “in-the-room” feel.

The original CD issue of Bing Crosby Sings Christmas Songs was pressed in Japan by JVC.  While the Japanese pressing is difficult to find, this compilation stayed in print for many years, and U.S. pressings are rather common.

Shown below is the cover and back insert for Bing Crosby Sings Christmas Songs.  Also shown is the original Japanese pressing.

Warm wishes to all of you this holiday season.

 

The cover for Bing Crosby Sings Christmas Songs (MCA, catalog number MCAD-5765).

 

The back insert for Bing Crosby Sings Christmas Songs (MCA, catalog number MCAD-5765). 

 

The Japanese pressing of Bing Crosby Sings Christmas Songs (MCA, catalog number MCAD-5765).  The disc was pressed by JVC, and the matrix code is “MCAD-5765-U1E11”.  Note the paragraph at 4 o’clock that states “COMPILED AND REMASTERED BY STEVE HOFFMAN.  RESTORED TO THE ORIGINAL MONO FROM THE DECCA MASTERS.”

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1978 saw a three-man band from the U.K. break onto the music scene with a fresh punk/rock/reggae sound and creative, insecure, honest, and sometimes humorous lyrics. That band, of course, is none other than The Police, led by frontman Sting and joined by guitarist Andy Summers and drummer Stewart Copeland. Their debut album, the distinctively titled Outlandos d’Amour, contained the hits and still widely played “So Lonely”, “Roxanne”, and “Can’t Stand Losing You”.

So, what about Outlandos d’Amour on CD? With The Police’s popularity in overdrive when the CD format was launched globally in 1983, it should be no surprise that their record label, A&M, wasted little time getting their music out on the shiny silver discs. For collectors of early CD pressings, there are many interesting Japanese and West German Police pressings to seek out (the first Japanese issue of Synchronicity was featured here in September of 2007; click Order Tramadol Australia). Getting back to Outlandos d’Amour, let’s have a look at the first European issue, a rather unique early CD.

When A&M released their first CDs in Europe in 1983-84, they partnered with CBS/Sony. As such, these early A&M CDs resemble the early European CBS/Sony releases. They have the same label design and similar catalog number formats — a CDA prefix and five-digit suffix is common for A&M titles and CDCBS, CDEPC, and similar prefixes with five-digit suffixes are found for CBS/Sony titles. These early A&M titles were, therefore, pressed in Japan by CBS/Sony. Examples of A&M titles resembling CBS/Sony releases are Joe Jackson Night and Day (catalog number CDA 64906) and Styx Paradise Theater (catalog number CDA 63719).

The original European issue of Outlandos d’Amour is an unusual one. It doesn’t fit the mold described above. It has a CBS/Sony-like catalog number — CDA 68502 — and the back insert states that the disc was pressed by CBS/Sony in Japan. However, the actual disc was pressed in Japan by JVC. What’s more, the disc bears the original U.S. catalog number, CD-4753. Despite showing the U.S. catalog number, the disc is a unique pressing that was never actually issued in the U.S. It is only found with the European CDA 68502 inserts. The disc also bears ID number “DIDP 10180”, which is not found on U.S. issues.

I have never seen a Japanese CBS/Sony pressing of Outlandos d’Amour for the European market. Additionally, I have never seen an Outlandos d’Amour CD bearing catalog number CDA 68502. The Japan-for-Europe issue described here is unique and is very rare in my experience.

Shown below are the inserts for the Japan-for-Europe issue of Outlandos d’Amour and the CD.

 

The cover for the Japan-for-Europe CD issue of The Police Outlandos d’Amour (A&M, catalog number CDA 68502). This is the same cover found with other releases of the album.

 

The back insert for the Japan-for-Europe CD issue of The Police Outlandos d’Amour (A&M, catalog number CDA 68502). There is no barcode. The copyright paragraph at the bottom states that the disc was made in Japan by CBS/Sony, while it was actually pressed in Japan by JVC.

 

A spine label for the Japan-for-Europe CD issue of The Police Outlandos d’Amour (A&M, catalog number CDA 68502). With the exception of the different font for the catalog number, it resembles the spine label for the original U.S. CD issue.

 

The Japan-for-Europe CD of The Police Outlandos d’Amour (A&M, catalog number CDA 68502). The disc was pressed by JVC and bears the original U.S. catalog number, CD-4753. This disc was not issued in the U.S. Note “DIDP 10180” printed beneath the catalog number at 6 o’clock. This DIDP number is unique to the European issue. The matrix code is “DIDP 10180 2E11”.

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1986 saw the release of piano player Bruce Hornsby’s debut blockbuster album with his band, The Range, entitled The Way It Is.  The album is famous for its three hits, “Mandolin Rain”, “Every Little Kiss”, and, of course, the thought-provoking title track.  While you may be very familiar with the album, you may not be aware of the rare first issue on CD, which was quickly replaced with the version we all know.

The standard U.S. CD of The Way It Is was released in 1986 and remains in print under RCA catalog number PCD1-5904.  Since it was released in 1986, the first copies that hit store shelves were pressed in Japan.  Numerous U.S. pressings have followed.  Before this version was released, however, RCA issued The Way It Is on CD in the U.S. under catalog number PCD1-8058.  The 8058 issue only exists as a Japanese pressing since it was replaced quickly by the 5904 issue.  This rare disc was pressed in Japan by Denon and contains “PCD-18058” in the matrix code.

There are key differences between the two versions of the album: The 8058 issue has a unique album cover and also has unique versions of the songs “Down the Road Tonight” and “The River Runs Low”.  It is possible that RCA reissued the album as PCD1-5904 to capitalize on its popularity back in 1986.

It should be noted that there are variations in the booklet content with the 8058 issue.  Some copies are found with a list of “RCA COMPACT DISC BEST SELLERS” inside, while other copies have a booklet that folds open to reveal album artwork and lyrics.  The album covers are the same for the two 8058 booklets.

The back insert for the 5904 issue references the first version through the statement “Previously released as PCD1-8058”.  Shown below is the album cover and back insert along with the CD for the original 8058 issue.  This disc is quite rare, but it can be found in used CD shops and online with persistence.

 

The cover for the rare first U.S. CD issue of Bruce Hornsby and The Range The Way It Is (RCA, catalog number PCD1-8058).  The cover was changed when the album was reissued under catalog number PCD1-5904.

 

The back insert for the rare first U.S. CD issue of Bruce Hornsby and The Range The Way It Is (RCA, catalog number PCD1-8058).  The photo shown here was used for the cover of the common reissue with catalog number PCD1-5904.

 

The rare first U.S. CD issue of Bruce Hornsby and The Range The Way It Is (RCA, catalog number PCD1-8058).  The disc was pressed in Japan by Denon.  The matrix code contains “PCD-18058” in the typical Denon plant dot-matrix font.

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