Hello Blue Angel,
No, the "Journey Into Stereo Sound" has SIDE 1: Cambrian Express Train, España, Girl Dancers, Edmundo Ros, Ernest Ansermet rehearsing Rite of Spring, Die Walkure springs into frightening reality, Racing cars at Goodwood, True Love by Mantovani (what massed strings!...cartridge eater), Ceremony of the Keys.
SIDE 2: Capriccio Espagnol, O Divine Redeemer-Flagstad (how her voice soars!), Only One of You, Another Time, Ted Heath Big Band, Backhaus and Vienna Philharmonic, Portrait Painter of Paree, closing moments of Symphonie Fantastique (Argenta/Paris Conservatoire)
Brilliant! Arresting! Extravagant! Sound sculptured in space...how true (in my medium/small room the illusion is aided by nearfield speaker setup).
To be sure, this is the best I've heard this LP (now in its reissued reincarnation) since I purchased it 49 years ago (1958)! First time I've heard the sound suspended (sculptured?) in space, away from the speakers, behind them, in a striking illusion!
PS- by the way, the only band that shows wear on my original LP is the very last part of Symphonie Fantastique!
As I watched the stars in the sky I wondered where the ceiling had gone.