Dyna House

Dyna House was an ultra budget label that operated in Australia from the early 1970s. They were so “budget” they don’t even own up to a company address on their covers.

Their parent company was the American ‘Tele House’ label, which in turn was owned by Roulette. Roulette was succeeded by Adam VIII Ltd., the most successful of the Roulette “As Seen On TV” labels, by 1975.

They were primarily sold in places like Target for $1.99 when full priced records were $12 plus, although the Barber Shop Quartet was $4.99 in Allans.

We get given them from time to time, but they are not really worth the effort. Titles include: Polka Party – recordings from the 1960s issued on K-Tel 15 years prior, The Barber Shop Quartet, Love Love Love, and the truly awful record by Ron Shand (Song and Dance Man) from 1970s soap opera Number 96.

Don’t expect listings anytime soon! Well, being locked up by the virus we succumbed! Here’s two.


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Serial number
Matrix Number
Barber Shop Quartet Front Cover CD 2031 Barber Shop Quartet Unknown Unknown
Polka Party Front Cover CD 2038 Polka Party Various Unknown