Judie Myers Demo Acetate

JUDIE TZUKE Judie Myers Demo Acetate (Ultra rare 70s UK double sided metal based ultra high grade methyl cellulose lacquer publishing acetate, stamped both sides of the label by The Shakespeare Agency & hand annotated with Judie's birth name both sides, years before Judie scored a deal & became famous under the Tzuke moniker. Obtained from the archives of Peter Mason, a former songwriter for the Bee Gees, both songs are untitled, & feature Judie's remarkable vocals in a soulful, folk setting, with guitar backing & bongos. The disc reveals many light paper scuffs but plays through fine & without fault. Quite possibly unique & one for the serious collector)

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Format acetate
Record Label Emidisc
Complete Stock List Go to Judie Tzuke
Product Catalogue No ACETATE
Music Genre Female Solo
Country Comes from UK Comes from 'UK'
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An acetate is normally a transitional stage between the master tape and the finished vinyl record but, like this one, were occasionally used for a songwriter to convey a song idea to a band.
Originally acetates were used for home recording in the days before tape recorders, but since the advent of cassette tape & CDR are now no longer used for providing bands & their entourage copies of today's studio efforts. A machine actually cuts the grooves into the acetate like a lathe.
The acetate is used to assess whether the music has been successfully transferred to disc. It is checked by the sound engineer. There may be only one copy made of a particular recording, sometimes more are cut and sent to the studio and band members for approval.
The acetate comes before making the master, and allows the sound to be checked without great expense.
It is unusual for more than a dozen to be manufactured, so from the collector's point of view an acetate is a rare find indeed! If the recording is rejected the acetate may be the only record that survives. The rejected cut may simply be poor quality, however the artist may have opted to use a different take of the song, if so, the acetate becomes much more precious.
An incredible find, possibly originally from a band member, certainly one of only a handful that would have been produced.

ACETATE  
Recording Artist Judie Tzuke
Product Title Judie Myers Demo Acetate
Product Information Judie Tzuke Judie Myers Demo Acetate UK acetate.
Language All tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
Additional info Deleted - A deleted or out-of-print item is one that is no longer manufactured. However, we stock thousands of out-of-print formats and we specialise in tracking down out-of-print, deleted and hard-to-find releases.
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