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For example, very early 1900s Caruso recordings on Victor Red Seal remained in the catalog for decades so you can find copies of such recordings with examples of all of the various label design changes that took place during those years.
The same is also pretty common on successful records issued in the year or two before Victor changed from the its "scroll" label design to its "circular" label design in 1937.
This is a picture of probably the oldest record in my collection, and I was wondering how old it was exactly.
Has a song from his original recording session for Victor at Camden labeled IF BROTHER JACK WERE HERE, credited to J. Turns out it was a song he pirated from someone else called MY MOTHER WAS A LADY.If you have any questions, general comments, find errors or have records for sale please feel free to write to me at [email protected]: For children's record labels I typically only include one for each style even though, in some cases, every record will have a different picture or color scheme.For Vogue picture records I have posted both sides of whatever I have as these records are great.Bing Crosby with Paul Whiteman Recorded Cylinders Edison Diamond Disc phonograph owners manual c1915 THE GROOVE by Victor 1947 Louis Armstrong Records - photos Columbia Demo Record Sleeve 1913 Old Ned Record Gramophone and Typewriter Records Columbia 2491 Fantasy for Clarinet and Strings - Barney Bigard Victor 3600 - Prize Winners DUBLIN'S Doc Evans Album 1947 Hit Of The Week Records Jelly Roll Morton New Orleans Memories CLICK HERE I believe this is the complete collection of Moran and Mack's TWO BLACK CROWS recordings on COLUMBIA label records from 1927-1928. CLICK HERE ENRICO CARUSO sings SPIRTO GENTIL from Donizetti's 'Favorita' Originally Recorded 1906 Here Reissued as 12 inch Victrola 88004 c.1919 Pressed from original 1906 Master CLICK HERE for a small group of 1920s COLUMBIA label records featuring Ukrainian music.Includes TWO BLACK CROWS 1 - 8 plus TWO BLACK CROWS IN HADES and TWO BLACK CROWS IN THE JAIL HOUSE. At first, I assumed many of these songs were pure Klezmer music, but I was informed this is definitely NOT Klezmer.