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Flexo Records

Flexo records were invented around 1925 by Jesse J. Warner of Kansas City, Missouri. They were first produced by the Warner Record Company from 1925 to 1927, then the Wabine Company from 1927 to 1929, and finally by Pacific Coast Records after having relocated to San Francisco, California. Flexo discs are pressed in a flexible translucent plastic material, in an arrary of different colors, rather than traditional shellac.


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