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First Graders  / Middle Graders - Listen As Children Read flac album

First Graders / Middle Graders - Listen As Children Read flac album

Listen As Children Read
Spoken Word, Promotional
MP3 archive size:
1666 mb
FLAC archive size:
1801 mb
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A First Graders First-Graders Read Scott, Foresman Text
B Middle Graders Middle-Graders Read Scott, Foresman Text

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Eva-Tone Soundsheets


Square 33rpm double-sided flexi issued in folder-style sleeve.

Texts and readers are listed inside cover, along with other information.

Back cover lists locations of the company that produced this record.

It also has the following:

A6231 (10/67 Litho. in U.S.A.)

Catalog number only appears in side B runout

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout Etched): EV-82967B

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