Like many other Command records, the Stereo Check Out came in a gatefold cover with extensive liner notes and full technical data inside. Charles Stark narrated both sides, providing both technical details and information about the musical instruments used on the tracks on Side Two.
Side One of this LP consists of turntable tests. An oscilloscope is a useful tool when used in conjunction with these tests:
- Stereo Balance Check
- Left and Right Channel Check
- Volume Reference Check
- Frequency Run Check
- Output Balance Check
- Flutter or Wow Check
- Phasing Check
- Acoustical Check
- Rumble Check
Side Two of this LP consists of musical selections from the Command catalogue:
- Hernando's Hideaway (from Provocative Percussion Vol II)
- Cumana (from Provocative Piano)
- Tenderly (from bongos)
- Enjoy Yourself Cha-Cha (from Pertinent Percussion Cha-Cha's)
- Enoch Light...And His Orchestra A Discotheque Dance...Dance...Dance
- Enoch Light...And The Light Brigade Big Bold And Brassy
- Enoch Light...And The Light Brigade Vibrations
- Enoch Light...Big Band Bossa Nova - The New Beat From Brazil
- Enoch Light...Command Performances
- Off Beat Percussion - Don Lamond and His Orchestra
- Persuasive Percussion
- Persuasive Percussion Vol. 3
- Provocative Percussion
- Provocation Piano Dick Hyman and His Orchestra
- The Man From O.R.G.A.N. - Dick Hyman
- Grevatt, Ren (Nov 6, 1961). "Record Hunter Displays Sell". Billboard magazine: 15. ISSN 0006-2510.
- Edwards, David, et. al. "Command Album Discography". Album Discographies. Both Sides Now Publications. Retrieved 5 July 2010.
- Rolontz, Bob (Nov 6, 1961). "Sound Record Sales Boom After 3 Years of Stereo". Billboard magazine: 15. ISSN 0006-2510.
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