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MemberRecord Comment / Review
MrPasta SUBS
11 minutes ago
Vera Lynn

A: This Is My Mother's Day
B: On A Rainy Day In Paris
Clear labels added, nod to westhamboy



xiphophilos
1 hour ago
Jack Smith With The Clark Sisters

A: Civilization (Bongo, Bongo, Bongo)
B: Don't You Love Me Anymore
Originally released as B-465



Redpunk
1 hour ago
Ted Heath And His Music

A: Lady Byrd
B: Sophisticated Lady
Added label scans.



Redpunk
1 hour ago
Marek Weber

A: Ballet Egyptien - Record 1
B: Ballet Egyptien - Record 2
C: Ballet Egyptien - Record 3
D: Ballet Egyptien - Record 4
Added side A/B with changed stamps.



Redpunk
1 hour ago
Woody Herman

A: Caldonia
B: Goosey Gander
Added side B TT label scan side A identical to 433724.



Redpunk
1 hour ago
Mario Lanza

A: Arrivederci Roma (From M-G-M Film "Seven Hills Of Rome")
B: Never Till Now (From "Raintree County")
Added side A label scan with BIEM in changed position B side identical to 426264.



Redpunk
1 hour ago
Glenn Miller

A: Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand
B: Rug Cutter's Swing
Added side B TT label scan.



Redpunk
1 hour ago
Tommy Dorsey

A: Opus No. 1
B: Swing High
Added TT label scans.



Redpunk
2 hours ago
Ted Heath And His Music

A: Tequila
B: Little Serenade (Piccolissima Serenata)
Added in focus side A with a nod to raowood and side B with Peter Maurice.



xiphophilos
4 hours ago
The Pied Pipers

A: The Lady From 29 Palms
B: I Have But One Heart
Capitol added a B-prefix to its pop releases between July and October 1947, and a A-prefix to its Capitol Americana series.

The earliest B-prefixes I have seen so far are B438(July 1947), B450, B451, B452, B453, B454 and B455.

Starting with B-461, Capitol added a hyphen between prefix and catalog number. The last one may be B-466.

It seems to have dropped the prefix idea pretty quickly and repressed these releases without letter prefixes.



Mike Gann
4 hours ago
Louisiana Rounders

A: Ayou, Ayou, Mon Petite Chien Pour Edete (Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone)
B: Alons Kooche Kooche
The B-side would serve as a template for "Jambalaya" by the great Hank Williams.



carryonsidney
5 hours ago
Spike Jones And His City Slickers

A: Cocktails For Two
B: Chloe
I have another variation for the "cocktails..." side, the stamps go in Chappell/Victoria/ NCB/ Francis Day order. The BD 1107 has a large space between ....D. __ 11... like image 3198861.

Helpfully I have the original sleeve with the titles and the owners name & address added to it in fountain pen and longhand. On the back is a long list of adverts one of which Alma Cogan B10653 is dated to 1954 seems to suggest this one was quite a hit.



fantasista
6 hours ago
Columbia Band

A: Directorate March
B: Star Spangled Banner
Thanks! I do wonder if the irony of a record called the "Standard Disc" only being playable on one specific brand of machine was lost on the original purchasers. Also, stamper numbers are 17 (A-side) and 13 (B-side).



Rockin Bill
7 hours ago
The Caravan Orchestra

A1: Tea For Two
A2: Hallelujah
B1: Time On My Hands
B2: Sometimes I'm Happy
45 rpm issue on Caravan CLF-6103



make1968
9 hours ago
Little Esther

A: Aged And Mellow
B: Bring My Lovin' Back To Me
Dee jay special labels added.
[Mod comment. Moved up.]



78-Ron
11 hours ago
Frank Luther Trio

A: A Little Street Where Old Friends Meet
B: Rock Me To Sleep In My Rocky Mountain Home
Images added



78-Ron
11 hours ago
Tom Ashley

A: The Fiddler's Contest
B: Over At Tom's House
Label variation added



xiphophilos
15 hours ago
Columbia Band

A: Directorate March
B: Star Spangled Banner
That Standard Disc variant is a repress from ca. 1910-1911. In 1912, the address changed to Dearborn & Harrison Sts.



Mike Gann
16 hours ago
James Reed [blues]

A: I Wanna Know
B: The Roughest Place In Town
B-side image can be viewed here:
https://www.popsike.com/James-Reed-Very-Rare-Blues-78-Shellac-Rhythm-1775-Tin-Pan-Alley-Test-HEAR/122737253906.html



Pridesale
21 hours ago
Eddie Morton

A: Wild Cherries Rag

U.S. Marine Band

B: Maple Leaf Rag
[YouTube Video]
a side Recorded on July 27, 1910



Pridesale
23 hours ago
Johnny Brandon

A: One For The Wonder
B: You're The Cause Of It All
Can someone add date pls
DTP Tax Code slugs on label
[Done! Mod.]



fantasista
20th Apr 2024
Columbia Band

A: Directorate March
B: Star Spangled Banner
Added variant labels without typewritten titles.



Mike Gann
20th Apr 2024
The Shirelles

A: Tonight's The Night
B: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow Boys
Your guess is as good as mine



rhythmdog
20th Apr 2024
The Shirelles

A: Tonight's The Night
B: Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow Boys
Are both songs actually present on the disc? Of course on the 45, they are the two sides of Scepter 1211. However, only "Boys" is Scepter "1211B" as shown on this side of the 78 and the sellers do not specify that both songs are present.



xiphophilos
20th Apr 2024
Harry Champion

A: Natty Little Patch

Harry Bluff

B: Yiddle Play Your Fiddle
Please add your record.



PeterAbbott
20th Apr 2024
Harry Champion

A: Natty Little Patch

Harry Bluff

B: Yiddle Play Your Fiddle
I have a John Bull Record with the same number H25 but the artist is Mr Joe Britton “ Any Old Iron “ .?…



Mike Gann
20th Apr 2024
Johnny Fuller

A: Weeping And Mourning
B: Strange Land
A-side and B-side label images added



Redpunk
20th Apr 2024
Jean Sablon

A: La Chanson Des Rues
B: Why Do You Pass Me By
Added label scans with changed Cat. No. etc.



Redpunk
20th Apr 2024
Edmundo Ros And His Rumba Band

A: Managua Nicaragua
B: South America, Take It Away
Added label scans without tax code letters.



Mike Gann
19th Apr 2024
The Mystery Man

A: Mar-rier
B: Loueggie Blues
"The Mystery Man" is Bob Geddins. B-side label image added.



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