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The first 52 issues used a small three-pointed crown logo on the front cover. At 5053, this changed to an upright box which stated, "Crown Records High Fidelity Stereophonic Record," whether the disc was mono or stereo. The cover logo again changed at about 5075, to an oval with "Crown Records" inside. The label design remained the same throughout this time.

The Crown label used for all the issues on this page was black with silver print. The mono version (far left) had "crown" in lower case letters bending around the top edge of the label. A small three pointed crown was at the bottom of the label. The stereo albums were issued on red vinyl. These had a slightly different black label design (near left), with a drawing of the British Imperial State crown. Both labels had the address of 9317 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, Calif. The early Crown covers (far left) had no banners on the bottom. Later reissues (near left) had indications of reissue like the "FULL COLOR HIGH FIDELITY" banners along the bottom of the record jacket. Since Crown just slightly reduced the size of the front slick for reissue, the cover usually looks the same on reissue pressings as the originals (in this case, the original was from 1957). The "HIGH FIDELITY" at the bottom is actually part of the bend-around back slick, so depending on which back slicks they were using at the time, the album cover would look different. By looking at this discography and determining the dates for the different "looks" of Crown, one can tell when the reissue was pressed, to a certain degree. In this example, this type of HIGH FIDELITY banner was used between #5207 in early 1961 and about #5288 in very early 1963, so the reissue was most likely pressed in 1961 or 1962. The labels on the disc would correspond to this time frame, also.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail . Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Crown Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (which are all out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2000, 2010 by Mike Callahan.

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2. Midnight in the Garden of Good and ___

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4. “___ of You” (Joni Mitchell song; 2 wds.)

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6. “Old Cape ___” (Patti Page classic)

7. Picnic at ___ Rock (memorable Australian mystery)

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9. Al Capp comic strip Abner

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19. The Diary of ___ Frank

22. Jane ___ (Charlotte Bronte’s timeless story)

23. Pay a ___ (spend money to drive on a highway or bridge)

24. Kick out, as from an elected office

25. The Seven Year ___ (Marilyn Monroe-Tom Ewell comedy)

26. The Man with One Red___(’85 Tom Hanks fantasy)

27. Vocalist ___ Home

28. Rapper-actor ___-T (Players)

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32. Actors McKellen and Ziering

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38. Jules ___ (author of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea)

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48. Suffer from an illness

49. Get hitched

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