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 Ernestine Washington - Bunk Johnson   Label: Disc Records   78 album 1940s
 Design: David Stone Martin
 
 



Early 78-rpm singles on the Philo label used various colors, including silver and red (far left) and silver and maroon (near left). There was also a yellow label with purple where the silver is on the other labels. The Philo label also used a black and silver label (far left). When the changeover to the Aladdin label took place, Aladdin also used various color labels. A blue and silver label (near left) was used for many of the singles in the main A3000 series. The color blue varied from light blue to dark navy blue. Several color labels were used which noted they were part of the Jazz Series, including blue and silver (far left) and red and silver (near left). Maroon and silver (far left) was also used for the jazz series. A black and silver label, like the blue and silver, was used for the main A3000 series. The A2000 series of Spiritual releases used a black and silver label with "Spiritual" in the box above the center hole. Aladdin used a blue and silver label as one of the colors for 45s when they became available. Aladdin also used a red and silver label (far left) and a black and silver label (near left) for later 45s. Aladdin used several special sleeves for their singles. The above sleeve was used for 78s, and had advertisements for other singles on one side.

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