When a record from an earlier era was re-released, it would bear the label that was being used at the time of re-release instead of the original label. Fiddle solo with piano accompaniment. This series includes Canadian popular material. In July 1949 the Bluebird label was revived at 31-0001, and a handful were issued over the next few months. We are concerned only with the Bluebird label derived from the Victor company.
Self-published by author, 1980-1981 Introduction dated Dec. This is based on the highest serial number of that type we have found. Plenty of forgettable stuff is listed, of course, but several of these new releases are of interest to record collectors. The item There is a tavern in the town, William H. To serve notification, you must be either the copyright owner of the work or an individual authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.
Bluebird records were issued in both Canada and the U. Dust Jacket Condition: Issued without dust jacket. The colour of the label was dark blue and black. The American Dance Band Discography 1917-1942 , Arlington House, 1975. In September 1942 it reached B-11594 and then changed to 30-0801.
Houchens, fiddle solo ; piano acc. B Bing Crosby Memories Egbert Van Alstyne, Gus Kahn Notes L-4940 With Ken Darby Singers with accompaniment directed by Perry Botkin L-4582 With John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra Images Comments and Reviews 8th Apr 2015 29th Sep 2013 Side A ; Recorded in Los Angeles on March 22, 1949. In November 1942 Bluebird altered its numerical system to four-figure serials prefixed by a two-figure category code Rust. The bar chart shows the latest date on which a specific type of label was being used. If you don't have a computer or access to one, then do not purchase this item.
Figure 1 demonstrates that Bluebird used a buff label, a staff label, and a dog label in Canada. Boolean terms must be in uppercase. I will promptly remove any of these materials that are determined to be infringing on the rights of others, upon proper notification. The various types were not used at the same time in Canada and the U. I would like to acknowledge Pathé Records and Phonographs in America, 1914 - 1922 by George A. This series ran from probably 1933 - 1935. On the other hand, if you do own a computer and if you collect early opera recordings, this title should be.
We must stress that the dates shown in Figure 1 are approximate having been interpolated from data in Barr. Additionally, brief histories of recording firms and labels are given and the complex interrelationships between them are discussed. The dates of coverage range from the. Light wear to extremities of covers, some dampstaining to front along spine, carrying into interior, text unaffected, light soiling to rear cover; previous owner's name in ink to second front cover. Full discographical details of 10,000 disc and cylinder recordings are given for over 460 actors, vaudevillians and.
Recording info Recorded in 1923--Cf. Label There is a tavern in the town Title There is a tavern in the town Statement of responsibility William H. In Canada, the buff label was used for the popular series until October 1939, and the highest number we have found is B-10423. Legal I make no representations or warranties of any kind that the use of these recordings will not infringe any copyright or other intellectual property of a third party. In May 1933 the numbering system changed to B-5000. Sherman - Collector's Guide to Victor Records , 2nd edition, Monarch Record Enterprises, 2010.
And of course, those monumental works by the great discographer Brian Rust: Jazz Records 1897-1942 , 4th edition, Arlington House, 1978. Physical Description: xviii, 177 p. Although I love browsing through the various record labels' big annual catalogs, with their comprehensive listings, these monthly supplements have their pleasures. About this Item: Yesterday Once Again, Huntington Beach, California, U. Notes Gennett: 11326B matrix , 11328a matrix. To subscribe to the montly update notice,.
In the meantime, here is a complete scan of the Okeh records monthly catalog supplement from January, 1925. It is not a book or a printed listing! Barr reports this is a reissue of the 21- prefixed series. The staff label was used in Canada for a shorter period and at a later date than in the U. But, inspired by a new turntable, I've been madly spinning 78s, and have some new transfers to post soon. If you are looking for something to display on your coffee table, keep looking.
I particularly like the washed-out photo of a dour-looking John Carson here. Herein lies the story of Victor's standard-catalog 78 rpm record label, traced from Berliner its predecessor to the demise of the 78 rpm. The second runs at least from B-4649 January 1939 to B-4742 December 1942. To reduce noise, I first did noise-removal filtering with Cool Edit, using as a noise source the sound of the empty grooves at the beginning of each song. There may well be records of that type which bear slightly higher numbers.