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Hendrix / Counterfeit Albums #310700

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 07, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(NYC: Renee Ferguson) Impact on rock music of late Jimi Hendrix noted; scenes shown courtesy Soul Station Productions and District Attorney Pennebaker Films. [Former Hendrix producer Alan DOUGLAS - notes Hendrix's continued popularity.] Problem of fake and counterfeit Hendrix albums discussed. [Lonnie YOUNGBLOOD - admits making Hendrix albums; demonstrates fake album put out by Audio Fidelity Company] [Producer Ed CHALPLIN - notes extensive sales of fake Hendrix albums.] [Dealer Joe McCOURT - thinks fakes will become collectors albums.] [Soul Station Productions spokesperson Dondi BASTONE - criticizes fake Hendrix albums.]

Ferguson, Renee;
Schieffer, Bob

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