[78-L] New York records?
craigventresco at gmail.com
Fri Jul 16 10:43:41 PDT 2010
New York 129-A Ben Rader and His Missouri Athletic Ass'n Orchestra --In My
129-B (same) Sugar Foot Stomp(Oliver)
No takes or mx #'s visible.
On Fri, Jul 16, 2010 at 4:20 AM, Han Enderman <jcenderman at solcon.nl> wrote:
> Mal sent me ebay-images of:
> 122-A Howard E. Schilling
> 526-A Franklin Post No.1 Band / American Legion, Columbus, Ohio
> 764-A The Louhi Band, (...?), Pa. [unreadable]
> 801-A J.L. Hudson Co. Concert Band, Detroit.
> Quite interesting, 122-A has a different label type, with the label name
> in capitals of the same size, whereas letters N & Y enlarged on the other
> Regrettably the reverse of Ben Rader & His Missouri Athletic Ass'n Orch.'s
> "Sugar Foot Stomp" is unknown. Maybe they recorded a sweet piece & a hot
> Rust gives New York as recording place, but this now seems doubtful
> (after all, the NYRL were also located in Wisconsin).
> Several issues refer to Ohio and Detroit.
> Visually/numerically there is no connection with Electric Recording Labs,
> Any other issues known?
> Han Enderman
> >>> Is there any info out there on the New York label? Sutton & Nauck's
> entry says issued in the 1920s and that's about it. The one I've seen is
> maroon with two rings around the outside of the label and the type style
> looks vaguely OKeh-like. Credited to the New York Phonograph Recording Co.
> ARLIE shows 120-A, which has a single ring !
> I have a few more label images, and these have double rings.
> 129-B is BEN RADER a/h Orch.: Sugar Foot Stomp ! This is listed in
> Rust-JR-6 as
> c. Jan 1926.
> 150 MISSOURI PACIFIC DIAMOND JUBILEE 4 (in BGR as unk. date).
> 779 CARNES-RICHARDS ORCH. - Is this in the new ADBD?
> 795 RAYEN SCHOOL BAND/GLEE CLUBS, Ohio.
> 805 SACRED HEART SEMINARY BAND, Detroit
> At least the 700/800 series looks like custom recordings.
> The font used in the 100 series resembles OK, which also used a narrow font
> some printings.
> Which issue is known to you, Mal?
> If you have image(s), can you send these?
> Han Enderman
> I picked up the four attachments included over the years from eBay.
> I had thought that New York may have been a client label of Gennett, but
> now I think
> Thanks for your input.
> - 122-A
> - 526-A
> - 764-A
> - 801-A
> I have 2 or 3 (at least) of these...but NO idea where. All that
> I have seen are private recordings, usually of people/groups in north-
> eastern Ohio per the credits. I have always felt these relate to
> "The Electric Recording Company" of 1924-25, which also cut a lot of
> "private" records...?!
> Steven C. Barr
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