[78-L] Larry Adler rarity?

simmonssomer simmonssomer at comcast.net
Wed Apr 21 08:53:42 PDT 2010

Colonial Club Orch. was a pseudonym for Bob Haring. Larry Adler was indeed 
featured on "Hittin' The Bottle" Br 4858 in July, 1930.
The other three titles made in that session were vocals with Irving Kaufman 
with no Larry Adler indicated.

Al Simmons

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From: "Julian Vein" <julianvein at blueyonder.co.uk>
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> David Lennick wrote:
>  tiny representative portion of a collection was left with me the other
> day (10,000 opera 78s, hundreds of LPs, books and catalogs the likes of
> which I've never seen) and I was just looking through "Rhythm On
> Record", a 1936 publication in which I just learned that Larry Adler has
> a solo on "Hittin' the Bottle" by the Colonial Club Orchestra. Brunswick
> 4858 (1047 in the UK). Anyone know if this is the case?
> ===========
> I assume that is correct. It seems to go for highish bids--I've tried a
> couple of times and failed. I can't imagine a harmonic player being
> invited to a session and not being asked to solo.
>      Julian Vein
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