Long Play

Some articles on long play, play:

William Monahan - Screenwriting Career - Producing and Directing
... Kong film Confession of Pain and an original rock and roll film, The Long Play ... of the rock music business called The Long Play ... The Long Play is the creation of Mick Jagger, lead singer of The Rolling Stones, and was nurtured at Jagger's production company, Jagged Films ...
Sandra Discography - Box Sets
1993 France / 1994 Germany The Long Play / Mirrors / Into a Secret Land (France blue cover Germany yellow cover / includes reissued picture CDs of the first 3 ...
VHS - Technical Details - Tape Lengths
... It is perfectly possible to record and play back a blank T-XXX tape in a PAL machine or a blank E-XXX tape in an NTSC machine, but the resulting playing time will be different from that indicated ... Some new Panasonic NTSC/ATSC recorders also include a Very long Play (VP) mode which is not part of the official specification ... SP is Standard Play, LP is Long Play (1/2 speed), EP/SLP is extended/super long play (1/3 speed) Common tape lengths Tape label Tape length Rec ...

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