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  1. Hello...I would LOVE some info on this particular Rinx Record. I'm an avid record collector and haven't seen this one before. I emailed the label and they provided the below info... any other info would be greatly appreciated. Collectible? valuable? Pictures below: It is record #240 from the label. Side 240-A ST. LOUIS BLUES (Handy) 92 Blues Organist: Fred Bergin (ASCAP) Side 240-B BASIN STREET BLUES n(Williams) 92 Blues Organist: Lee White (ASCAP) (If the label that you have reads Fred Bergin Organist it is a printing error) The two songs were recorded 1955, only 3 copies left. Fred Bergin was the founder of Rinx Records which he started in 1950 out of Denver Colorado. During the 1950’s & 60’s he hired various organists to record for him. Lee White is a lady organist.
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