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Rolling Stone placed the album at number 449 on its "500 Greatest Albums of All Time" list.
After the commercial failure of Big Star's first two albums, #1 Record (1972) and Radio City (1974), Alex Chilton and Jody Stephens returned to Ardent Studios in late 1974—accompanied by what biographer Bruce Eaton describes as "a large and revolving cast of Memphis musicians"—to record, under producer Jim Dickinson, "a batch of starkly personal, often experimental, and by turns beautiful and haunting songs that were anything but straight-up power pop." Ardent's John Fry, producer of the first two albums and also involved with the third, recalled that the sessions were burdened by severe personal issues; Eaton tells how Fry "finally called a halt to the escalating madness" and the album was mastered by Larry Nix on 13 February 1975.
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Find the Value of Your Antiques : Antiques and Collectibles Questions and Answers : Patent Numbers : Antiques Sold In The Shop With Prices : Archived Antique Shop Newsletters, Antique Articles and Information There were only two marks used by the Edwin M. The use of the word "Ivory" in American china dinnerware marks first came into use in the 1920's. aka American Pottery Works, was the first company to use the word Ivory in their marks.
For most of the period of time from 1901 through 1925 the vase was the primary mark used. If you need further information please visit your local library, large chain bookshop or one of the online antique appraisal websites.
What would that album have been like if it didn't have the strings?
Their Ivory Porcelain was patented in 1925 and continued to be made through the 1930's and possibly even later than that.
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