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Download as PDF Printable version. Deutsch Italiano Simple English Edit links. RPM jackets have shown up with Crown label records inside. Reissue of Modern Reissue of Modern with "Sweet Georgia Brown" deleted, leaving only four songs.
Modern had a blue cover with a photo of Wardell, while the Crown reissue has a red cover with a different pose from the same photo shoot. First Crown cover was red with white printing. Early album lists on the backs of Crown albums have this listed, but it was later deleted from the listing.
A copy would certainly sell in the 4 Album) range. Instrumentals featuring organ, guitar Album) accordion. King  Issued in monaural only. Reissue of RPM Reissue of Modern LMP CLP - Calypso, U. Aaron Collins was the lead singer for the Jacks and the Cadets. Early album All Alone - Made in The Shade - From The Land Of Maroons… (Vinyl Preston Epps, who would two years later have a top hit with "Bongo Rock.
Album) conducted by Thomas M. LP [Maxwell Davis] and Hans Hagan, All Alone - Made in The Shade - From The Land Of Maroons… (Vinyl.
This and the subsequent volumes of Honky Tonk Piano were issued hoping the buyer would mistake these for albums by Crazy Otto, who was a well-known honky tonk pianist at the time. There were a series of albums released under this name and catalog number.
As time went on, different, more current, songs were substituted. The first version came out in These were knock-offs of the hits of the day. Many different budget labels Tops, etc. Robert E. In its review of the album, Billboard commented on the "provacative" cover. Inthis was pretty close to scandalous. Reissued in with a different cover shown at right. Maxwell Davis conducting and arranging for a studio group consisting of former members of Glenn Miller's Orchestra. Note: At this point, the logo on the front covers changes from the pointed crown to an upright rectangular box with a British Imperial-style crown.
Stereophonic records were indicated by small print at the bottom of the box, but mono-only releases also said "stereophonic record" in the logo box. The recording includes selections by two different orchestras: the first nine selections are by an American group; the remaining three seem to be by a European — possibly German or Bavarian — orchestra. The song listed as "Bavarian Polka" and "Limehouse Polka" is actually a schottische.
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