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Bing Crosby, Vintage 78 rpm Recordings (pre-1930)

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Long-Playing Albums

 

Al Bowlly [& various orchs.], Al Bowlly (World Record Club SH146, early 1970s? British; mono). Classic ’30s crooner-style ballads by this marvelous southern African-born, London-based singer; many compare him favorably to Crosby; killed in the 1941 Blitz when a German bomb struck the nightclub in which he was performing; cover notes by famed discographer Brian Rust.

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6264

Fanny Brice, Fanny Brice Sings The Songs She Made Famous (Audio Fidelity AFLP 707, 1962 Canadian); mono). Historic early 20th-century recordings by the great Yiddish comic singer and star of “The Ziegfeld Follies.”

G cover, VG+ disc; $3.00
Item # 6265

Max Bygraves, Remembering (Premier CBR 1019, 1984 British; stereo). Photo of Max with John Lennon & Ringo Starr on back cover.

VG cover, VG+ disc; $3.00
Item # 2362 [also listed under Beatles-related]

Max Bygraves, Songs For The Young At Heart (Decca LK 4333, 1959 British; cover only). SIGNED BY MAX BYGRAVES.

VG cover, no disc; $5.00
Item # 6902

Eddie Cantor, A Date With Eddie Cantor: Carnegie Hall Concert (Audio Fidelity AFLP 702, 1962 U.S.; mono).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6266

Eddie Cantor, Eddie Cantor: Rare Early Recordings (Biograph BLP-12054, 1977 U.S.; mono). Historic early 20th-century recordings by “Old Banjo Eyes,” the great Jewish vaudeville and early sound film star — Jolson was his only rival in the teens and 20s

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6267

Eddie Cantor, with Henri René & His Orch.; Bill Thompson Singers, Eddie Cantor Sings Ida, Sweet As Apple Cider And His Other Hits (RCA Camden CAL 870, 1964 Canadian; mono). Cantor made these recordings late in life; the album seems to have been released in connection with his death in 1964.

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $3.00
Item # 6268

Eddie Cantor, Memories (MCA Records MCA-1506, 1982 U.S.; mono). Cantor made these recordings in the 1940s, past his prime and lacking a bit of the zest of the originals, but still interesting.

NM cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 6269

Maurice Chevalier, with Michel LeGrand & His Orch., Chevalier’s Paris (Columbia CL 1049, 1957 Canadian; mono).

G+ cover, G+ disc; $5.00
Item # 7839

Maurice Chevalier, Maurice Chevalier Sings His Early Movie Hits (World Record Club SH 156, 1970s? British; mono). Historic studio recordings from his 1929–32 Hollywood period, sung in French and English.

G+ cover, VG+ disc; tear in cover; $5.00
Item # 7840

Maurice Chevalier, The Very Best Of Chevalier (MGM SE-4205, 1972 Canadian; stereo). Stereo re-recordings of his biggest film hits.

VG cover, VG+ disc; $3.00
Item # 7841

Maurice Chevalier, The Young Chevalier: Rare Original Performances Of The 1930s (Capitol T-10360, 1963? Canadian; mono). Historic pre-war Paris recordings.

VG cover, VG+ disc; hole in cover; $5.00
Item # 7842

André Kostelanetz & His Orch.; Noël Coward, narrator; Leonod Hambro & Jascah Zeyde, pianos, [Saint-Saëns] Carnaval des animaux (10" LP, Philips N 02602 R, early 1950s Dutch; mono).

Item # 6270

Noël Coward, with Carlton Hayes & His Orch.; Peter Matz, piano, Noël Coward At Las Vegas (Columbia Masterworks ML 5063, 1955 U.S.; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; staple in cover; $10.00
Item # 6271

Peter Dawson, The Golden Age Of Peter Dawson (EMI GX 2515, 1983 British; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6273

Peter Dawson, A Life Of Song (Capitol T-6006, 1966? Canadian reissue of 1962 release; mono).

G+ cover, VG disc; water damage on right edge of cover; $3.00
Item # 6274

Marlene Dietrich; arr. & dir. by Burt Bacharch, Dietrich In London (Pye Special PKL 5507, 1965 British; stereo).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; sticker on back cover; $10.00
Item # 7090

Marlene Dietrich, Marlene Dietrich In London (Columbia Masterworks OS 2830, 1965 U.S.; stereo). Burt Bacharach is the arranger and musical director but is uncredited.

G+ cover, VG+ disc; $10.00
Item # 6275

Marlene Dietrich, with Burt Bacharach & His Orch., Wiedersehen Mit Marlene (Capitol T-10282, 1960 U.S.; mono). Marlene sings all the songs on this album in German.

VG cover, VG disc; $10.00
Item # 6276

The Original Dumbells, The Original Dumbells (Aquitaine ALS-385, 1977 Canadian; mono). Historic recordings by the Great War-era Canadian Army entertainment group. Liner notes by Edward B. Moogk of the National Library of Canada, but no recording dates are given.

VG+ cover, NM disc; writing on back cover; $5.00
Item # 9475

Jimmy Durante, Jimmy Durante (In Person) At The Piano (Decca DL 8884, 1959 Canadian; mono).

cover still in shrinkwrap, VG; $10.00
Item # 6277

Deanna Durbin, Deanna Durbin: The Original Soundtracks From Her Greatest Movies (Decca DL 75289, 1971 U.S.; simul. stereo). Released in Britain under the title Move Songs (see below).

VG cover, NM disc; delete hole in cover; $5.00
Item # 6278 [also listed under Canadian Artists; Shows, etc.]

Deanna Durbin, Deanna Durbin: Movie Songs (MCA MCL 1668, 1971 British; simul. stereo). Released in the U.S. under the title The Original Soundtracks From Her Greatest Movies (see above).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6279 [also listed under Canadian Artists; Shows, etc.]

Nelson Eddy, Nelson Eddy Favorites (RCA Camden CAL-492, 1959? Canadian; mono).

cover still in shrinkwrap, VG+ disc; store price sticker on shrink [Eaton’s $1.57]; $5.00
Item # 6280

Maurice Evans, Winnie-The-Pooh / Winnie-The Pooh Goes Visiting (Pathways Of Sound POS 1032, 1956 U.S.; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; $10.00
Item # 7920

Alice Faye, Alice Fay And The Songs Of Harry Warren (Citadel CT 6004, 1976 U.S.; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6281

Gracie Fields, Gracie Fields (Ace Of Clubs ACL 7920, 1960? Canadian; mono).

VG+ cover, G+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6282

Gracie Fields, Hey There! (Ace Of Clubs ACL 7929, 1962 Canadian; mono).

G+ cover, G+ disc; scorch mark on back cover; $3.00
Item # 6283

Gracie Fields, Our Gracie: Gracie Fields Sings Her Most Popular Favourites (Point P-227, late 1960s? Canadian; mono).

cover still in shrinkwrap, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6284

Flanagan & Allen, The Best Of Flanagan & Allen (Encore ONCR 513, 1990 British; simul. stereo).

VG+ cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 6285

George Formby Jr., George Formby Collection (Ace Of Clubs ACL 7903, 1960? Canadian; mono). I have a soft spot for Formby, as my grandfather, British Music Hall songwriter Fred Godfrey, wrote some songs for him — see www.fredgodfreysongs.ca.

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; 3" split in top of cover; $5.00
Item # 6286

George Formby Jr., George Formby Souvenir (Ace Of Clubs ACL 7906, 1961? Canadian; mono).

VG+ cover, VG disc; $5.00
Item # 7726

George Formby Jr., It’s Turned Out Nice Again (Ace Of Clubs ACL 7927, 1963 Canadian; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; some water damage lower right corner; $5.00
Item # 7027

The Four Sergeants, World War I Songs In Hi-Fi (ABC-Paramount ABC-196, 1962 U.S. reissue of 1957 release; mono).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; includes inner sleeve with black & white photos of ABC-Paramount albums; $3.00
Item # 6288

Judy Garland; orch. cond. by Gordon Jenkins, Alone (Capitol T-835, 1956 Canadian turquoise label; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; cover worn for 3" along top right edge; $10.00
Item # 9407

Judy Garland, The Immortal Judy Garland (5-LP boxed set, Longine Symphonette SY 5217-21, 1970 U.S.; mono & stereo). Fine collection of Judy's recordings from the 1950s and ’60s on high-quality vinyl

G+ box, NM discs; $20.00
Item # 6043

Judy Garland, with orch. arr. & cond. by Nelson Riddle, Judy (Capitol T-734, 1956 Canadian turquoise label; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; $15.00
Item # 6041

Judy Garland; orch. cond. by Mort Linday, Judy At Carnegie Hall (2-LP set, Capitol SWBO-1569, 1961 U.S.; stereo).

VG+ cover, NM discs; includes inner sleeves with colour photos of Capitol albums; $15.00
Item # 6042

Judy Garland, Judy Garland Concert (2-LP set, Trophy Records TR 7-2145, 1974 U.S.; stereo).

VG cover, NM discs; includes booklet “The Best Of Judy”; sticker on back cover; $10.00
Item # 7091

[film soundtrack] Judy Garland, A Star Is Born (Columbia CL 1101, 1958 Canadian reissue of 1954 release; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; $5.00
Item # 5482 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

George Jessel, narrator, This Is My Show Business (Show Biz Records SB-1003, 1965 U.S.; mono). Historic voices of past vaudeville stars and personalities.

cover still in shrinkwrap, VG+ disc; water stain on left side of cover; $5.00
Item # 6290

Al Jolson, The Jolson Story: “Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder...” (Decca DL 79036, early 1960s? Canadian reissue of 1957 release; “enhanced for stereo”.

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $3.00
Item # 6291

 

Scott Joplin & Other Ragtime Music

Lee Erwin, Fox-Capitol Theatre Wurlitzer Pipe Organ, Rosebud: Marches and Rags of Scott Joplin & Kerry Mills, Eubie Blake, Harry Guy (Angel S-36075, 1974 U.S.; stereo).

cover still in shrinkwrap, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6292

Max Morath, piano, Max Morath Plays The Best Of Scott Joplin And Other Rag Classics
(2-LP set, Vanguard VSD 39/40, 1972 U.S.; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ discs; $5.00
Item # 6293

The New England Conservatory Ragtime Ensemble, cond. by Gunther Schuller, Scott Joplin: The Red Back Book (Angel S-36060, 1973 U.S.; stereo).

VG+ cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 6294

Roger Shields, piano, Americana, Vol. IV: The Age Of Ragtime (Turnabout TV-S 34579, 1974 U.S.; stereo). Miscellaneous rags by Scott Joplin, Hubie Blake, George Gershwin, and others.

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6295

The Southland Stingers; with Ralph Grierson, piano; arr. & cond. by George Sponhaltz, Scott Joplin: Magnetic Rag (Angel S-36078, 1974 U.S.; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6296

The Southland Stingers; with Ralph Grierson, piano; arr. & cond. by George Sponhaltz, Scott Joplin: Palm Leaf Rag & Other Rags And Waltzes (Angel S-36074, 1974 U.S.; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6297

 
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Gene Kelly, Best Of Gene Kelly From MGM Classic Films (MCA 25166, 1987 U.S.; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; tear in front cover; $3.00
Item # 6821 [Also listed under Shows, etc.]

Elsa Lanchester, with remarks by Charles Laughton; Ray Henderson, piano, Songs For A Smoke-Filled Room (HiFi Record R405, 1957 U.S.; mono).

G+ cover, VG+ disc; 7" split in top edge of cover; $5.00
Item # 7727

Vera Lynn, Among My Souvenirs (Capitol ST-6100, late 1960s Canadian reissue of 1965 release; stereo).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6300

Vera Lynn, Among My Souvenirs (Capitol T-6100, 1965 Canadian; mono).

G+ cover, G+ disc; $3.00
Item # 6301

Vera Lynn, with Woolf Phillips & His Orch. & The Clubmen, Vera Lynn Concert (London LL 1306, 1955 U.S.). Live concert recorded at The Guards Depot, Caterham, Surrey.

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6302

Shirley MacLaine, Live At The Palace (Columbia PC 34223, 1976 Canadian; stereo).

VG+ cover, NM disc; delete hole in cover, sticker on back cover; $5.00
Item # 7092

John McCormack, John McCormack Sings Irish Songs (RCA Camden CAL 407, 1958 Canadian; mono). Historic recordings from 1911–30 by Ireland’s most famous tenor.

VG cover, VG disc; $3.00
Item # 6303

Mechanical 19th Century Music Boxes, Golden Music Box: Authentic Music Of The Gay ’90s (Pickwick SPC-3577, 1977 Canadian; simul. stereo). Popular songs from the 1860s to 1890s, as played on mechanical music boxes; some very nice stuff.

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $3.00
Item # 6305

Max Miller, Golden Hour Of Max Miller, The Cheeky Chappie! (Golden Hour GH 584, 1974 Canadian; mono).

VG cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 6306

[TV soundtrack] Liza Minnelli, Liza With A “Z” (Columbia KC 31762, 1972 U.S.; stereo).

VG cover, NM disc; sticker from shrinkwrap taped to front cover, inventory sticker on back cover; $3.00
Item # 7319 [also listed under Personalities]

Joan Morris, mezzo-soprano; William Bolcom, piano, After The Ball: A Treasury of Turn-of-the-Century Popular Songs (Nonesuch H-71304, 1974 Canadian; stereo).

VG cover, VG disc; includes attached lyric sheet; $5.00
Item # 6308

Joan Morris, mezzo-soprano; William Bolcom, piano, Blue Skies: Songs Of Irving Berlin
(Nonesuch Digital 79120, 1985 U.S.; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; water stain on lower front cover; delete notch in cover; $3.00
Item # 9521

Joan Morris, mezzo-soprano; William Bolcom, piano, Vaudeville: Songs Of The Great Ladies Of The Musical Stage (Nonesuch H-71330, 1976 Canadian; stereo).

G+ cover, VG disc; cover is water damaged at top right front; $3.00
Item # 6309

Joan Morris, mezzo-soprano; William Bolcom, piano; with Eubie Blake, Wild About Eubie (Columbia 34504, 1977 Canadian; stereo).

VG+ cover, VG disc; $5.00
Item # 6310

[studiotracks] Dick Powell, Dick Powell In Hollywood, 1933-1935 (2-LP set, Columbia Hall Of Fame C2L 44, 1968 U.S.; mono).

VG cover, VG+ discs; $5.00
Item # 6253 [also listed under Shows, etc.]

Cole Porter [et al.], Cole (Columbia KS 31456, 1973 U.S. gatefold cover; mono). Previously unreleased Cole Porter recordings (Cole Porter Sings And Plays “Jubilee”' [1935]) & recordings by Mary Martin, Danny Kaye, Ethel Merman.

VG+ cover,VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6311 [also list under Shows]

Pro Arte Orch.; Stanford Robinson, cond., Edwardian Favourites [Rubens, Josef Strauss, Monkton, German] (Pye CML 33003, 1959 British; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; writing on back cover; $5.00
Item # 6312

Paul Robeson, The Best Of Paul Robeson (Capitol SM-6339, early 1980s? Canadian; mono).

VG+ cover, NM disc; $3.00
Item # 6313

Paul Robeson, Paul Robeson (Odeon QELP 8108, 1968? Italian; mono).

VG+ cover, NM disc; writing on back cover; $5.00
Item # 6314

Paul Robeson, Paul Robeson At Carnegie Hall (Vanguard Stereolab VSD 2035, 1958 U.S.; stereo).

G+ cover, VG+ disc; 3" split in top of cover; $10.00
Item # 6315

Paul Robeson, Robeson (Vanguard Stereolab VSD 2015, 1958 Canadian; stereo).

cover still in shrinkwrap, VG+ disc; $10.00
Item # 6316

Paul Robeson, Spirituals (Columbia Masterworks ML 4105, late 1950s Canadian reissue of 1948 release; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; $5.00
Item # 6317

The Salon Orch., Classic Caféhaus Music (Pro-Arte Digital PAD-136, 1983 U.S.; stereo).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6319

Peter Sellers & Sophia Loren; orch. cond. by Ron Goodwin, Peter Sellers And Sophia Loren (Angel S35910, 1960 Canadian; stereo). Album produced by George Martin.

VG cover, VG+ disc; sticker on back cover; $15.00
Item # 2382 [also listed under Beatles-related; Comedy]

Kate Smith, Kate Smith At Carnegie Hall (RCA Victor LPM-2819, 1963 Canadian; mono).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6320

Kate Smith, Memory Lane (Lion L70135, 1960 Canadian; mono).

G+ cover, VG disc; $3.00
Item # 6321

Smithsonian Social Orch. & Quadrille Band; dir. by James Weaver, 19th-Century American Ballroom Music: Waltzes, Marches, Polkas &Other Dances (Nonesuch H-71313, 1975 U.S.; stereo).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6322

Sophie Tucker, with Ted Shapiro , His Piano & Orch., Bigger And Better Than Ever (Mercury Wing 12176, 1960? U.S. reissue; mono). SIGNED BY SOPHIE TUCKER

VG cover, VG+ disc; ring wear, writing on cover; $30.00
Item 6898

Sophie Tucker, The Great Sophie Tucker (Ace Of Hearts AH 115, 1966 British; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; cover unglued along the top; felt pen mark on front cover, retail store sticker on back cover; $5.00
Item # 6323

Sophie Tucker, Her Latest And Greatest Spicy Songs (Mercury MG 20035, 1950 U.S.; mono).

G cover, VG disc; small splits in top & bottom of cover, back cover stained around edges; $5.00
Item # 6324

Sophie Tucker, Her Latest And Greatest Spicy Songs (Mercury MG 20073, 1956? Canadian reissue of 1950 release; drawing of Sophie cover; mono).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6325

[original radio broadcasts] Rudy Vallée [with George Gershwin, Sophie Tucker, John Barrymore, Walter Huston, Bert Lahr, Marlene Dietrich], The Fleischmann’s Hour Presents Rudy Vallée (Mark 56 613, 1973 U.S.; mono).

VG cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6326

Rudy Vallée, Hi-Ho Everybody (Viva V-36005, 1967 Canadian; stereo).

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6327

Various Artists, Anacreontick’s: The Golden Age Of Song (Decca DL 4289, 1961? Canadian; mono). British Music Hall and tavern songs from the 1700s and 1800s.

VG cover, VG disc; writing on back cover, delete hole in cover; $5.00
Item # 6328

Various Artists [Ella Shields, Tom Leamore, Nellie Wallace, Gus Elen, Hetty King, Albert Whelan], Golden Voices Of The Music Hall (Ace Of Clubs ACL-7908, 1960? Canadian; mono). Hits of the British Music Hall, as re-recorded in the late 1920s and early 1930s by the stars who made them famous.

VG+ cover, VG+ disc; $5.00
Item # 6329

Various Artists [including Florrie Forde, G.H. Elliott, Albert Whelan, Gus Elen, Hetty King], Treading The Boards: Stars Of Music Hall And Variety (Conifer Happy Days CHD 154, 1989 British; mono). British Music Hall stars reprise their hits in recordings from the late 1920s and early 1930s.

NM cover, NM disc; $5.00
Item # 6330

[radio soundtrack] Loretta Young, The Littlest Angel / Gregory Peck, Lullaby Of Christmas (Decca DLP 8009, mid-1950s Canadian reissue).

G+ cover, VG+ disc; cover split along most of top & bottom; includes original Decca plastic inner sleeve; $5.00
Item # 5376 [also listed under Shows]

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7" 45 rpm Singles & Extended Plays

Jim Backus with Daws Butler, I Was A Teenage Reindeer / The Office Party (Dico D-101, 1959 U.S. promo).

G+; $3.00
Item # 6178

Walter Brennan, Old Rivers [label says “Old River”] / The Epic Ride Of John H. Glenn (Liberty F-55436, 1962 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 6179

Eddie Cantor; orch. cond. by Ray Heindorf, Ma, He’s Making Eyes At Me (extended play, Capitol EAP1-20113, 1960s? British).

VG+ disc, no cover; $2.00
Item # 6180

Maurice Chevalier, Jessica / The Vespa Song (United Artists UA 434, 1962 Canadian).

NM; $2.00
Item # 6181

Maurice Chevalier; orch. cond. by Glenn Osser, Louise / The Yankee Doodle Boy (MGM K12708, 1958 Canadian).

VG+; $2.00
Item # 9479

Barbara Eden, with orc. arr. & cond. by Bill Justis, Bend It / I Wouldn’t Be A Fool (Dot 45-16999, 1967 U.S. white label promo).

VG; $20.00
Item # 6182

George Formby, Jr., Banjo Boy / Happy Go Lucky Me (Pye 7N-15269, 1960 Canadian). George’s last recording.

VG; $2.00
Item # 6183

Stan Freberg, with The George Burns Quintet, C’est si bon / A Dear John And Marsha Letter (Capitol F2677, 1953 U.S.).

VG; ink mark on label; $5.00
Item # 6184

Alan Freed, Steve Allen, Al “Jazzbo” Collins & The Modernaires,with George Cates’ Out Of Spacers, The Space Man / Al “Jazzbo” Collins, Jazzbo’s Theory (Coral 9-61693, 1956 Canadian).

G+; $3.00
Item # 6185

 

Danny Kaye; orch. cond. by Nelson Riddle, The Square Of The Hypotenuse / Everything Is Ticketty-Boo (Capitol 45-CL 14907, 1958 British).

VG; sticker on label; $2.00
Item # 6533

Vivian Leigh, narrator; Betty Woolfe, Barbara Brown, Jerry Verno & Joy Leman, orch. cond. by Cyril Ornadel, The Tale Of Peter Rabbit (extended play, HMV Junior Record Club 7EG 102, 1960 British red vinyl; this copy is numbered JRC No. B-211474).

VG, with picture sleeve; $5.00
Item # 6190 [also listed under Spoken Word, etc. — Children’s Records]

Anthony Newley, Strawberry Fair / A Boy Without A Girl (Decca F 11295, 1960 British).

VG; $2.00
Item # 6191

Tony Perkins; orch. & chorus cond. by Frank DeVol, Moonlight Swim / First Romance (RCA Victor 47-7020, 1957 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 6192

Dick Powell, I’ll String Along With You / Dooley Wilson, As Time Goes By (United Artists UP-36331, 1977 British).

VG; $2.00
Item # 6193

Tony Randall, Confessions Of An Opera Freak: Tony Randall Talks About Opera And The Canadian Opera Company’s 1978 Fall Season (7" 33 1/3 rpm extended play, [Canadian Opera Company], 1978 Canadian flexidisc; mono).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6688 [also listed under Spoken Word — Adevertising-related]

The Variety Singers & Their Chairman, An Old Time Music Hall (extended play, Columbia SEG 7712, 1957? British; mono).

VG cover, VG disc; $3.00
Item # 6337

The Variety Singers & Their Chairman, Jack Morrison, An Old Time Music Hall (Second House) (extended play, Columbia SEG 7744, 1957? British).

VG cover, VG disc; $3.00
Item # 6338

 

78 rpm Albums & Singles

 

 

Eddie Cantor, Eddie Cantor’s Tips On The Stock Market / My Wife Is On A Diet (His Master’s Voice-Victor 22189, 1929 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6339

 

Eddie Cantor, I Faw Down An’ Go Boom! / Eddie Cantor’s “Automobile Horn” Song (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21862, 1929 Canadian). On the A-side, Cantor sings about the stock market crash.

VG; $3.00
Item # 6340

 

Maurice Chevalier; orch. dir. by Henri René, A Barcelone / Quel beau jour pour moi (RCA Victor 26-7008, 1947 Canadian).

VG; sticker on label; $3.00
Item # 7854

 

Maurice Chevalier; orch. cond. by Jacques Helian, Marie fait si bien ca / Quai (RCA Victor 150195, 1947 Canadian).

G+; sticker on label; $2.00
Item # 7855

 

Maurice Chevalier; orch. dir. by Jacques Helian, Place Pigalle / 1, 2, 3, 4 (HMV Disque Gramophone K-8699, 1949? French).

G+; $3.00
Item # 7856

 

Maurice Chevalier; orch. dir. by Jacques Helian, Les rondondons / Jim, Jim, Jim (RCA Victor 150194, 1947 Canadian).

VG; sticker on label; $3.00
Item # 7857

 

Maurice Chevalier, (Up On Top Of A Rainbow) Sweepin’ The Clouds Away / All I Want Is Just One (His Master’s Voice-Victor 22378, 1930 Canadian).

G+; $5.00
Item # 7858

 

Noël Coward, with The Piccadilly Theatre Orch., Matelot / Nina (His Master’s Voice B-9434, 1945 British).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6341

Charles Denton, Captain Gingah O.T. / By The Sea (John Bull 5326, 1913 German [Prussian pressing]). Two classics of the British Music Hall.

VG; $10.00
Item # 9186 [Also listed under Vintage 78 rpm Recordings]

 

Jimmy Durante, with Six Hits And A Miss; orch. dir. by Roy Bargy, Inka Dinka Doo / Umbriago (Decca 23351, 1944 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6342

 

Nelson Eddy, with Nathaniel Shilkret & Orch., When I Grow Too Old To Dream / You Are Free (Love Is Just A Game) (His Master’s Voice-Victor Red Seal 4285, 1935 Canadian).

VG+; $4.00
Item # 9456

 

Nelson Eddy, with orch. cond. by Leonard Joy, Who Are We To Say? / Sun-Up To Sundown (His Master’s Voice-Victor Red Seal 4388, 1938 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 4146

 

Gracie Fields, Land Of Hope And Glory / The Biggest Aspidastra In The World (RCA Victor 120927, 1941? Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6343

Gracie Fields, with Phil Green & His Orch., Now Is The Hour / Come Back To Sorrento (London 110, 1948 Canadian).

VG; $2.00
Item # 6344

Gracie Fields; orch. cond. by Ben Frankel, When Our Dreams Grow Old / If I Should Fall In Love Again (His Master’s Voice-Victor 120930, 1942 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 6345

Gracie Fields, Wish Me Luck / Danny Boy (RCA Victor 26377, 1939 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6346

George Formby, with Jack Hylton & His Orch., Do De O Do / Chinese Laundry Blues (London 211, 1948 Canadian reissue).

VG; sticker on label; $3.00
Item # 6347

George Formby, Our Sergeant Major / They Can’t Fool Me (Columbia Masterworks C10243, 1950? Canadian reissue).

VG+; sticker on label; $3.00
Item # 6348

George Formby, Sitting On The Ice In The Ice Rink / Levi’s Monkey Mike (London 253, 1933 Canadian).

G+; $3.00
Item # 9528

George Formby, You Can’t Keep A Growing Lad Down / It’s No Use Looking At Me (London 437, 1948? Canadian reissue).

VG+; sticker on label; $3.00
Item # 6349

Gordon String Quartet, Old English Airs (3-10" album, Decca 270, 1941 U.S.).

VG album, VG+ discs; $3.00
Item # 6350

Stanley Holloway, with Wolseley Charles, piano, Albert And The Lion / Three Ha’pence A Foot (12", Columbia 9000-V, 1934? U.S.).

VG; $5.00
Item # 6351

Stanley Holloway, with Wolseley Charles, piano, The Beefeater / With Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm (12", Columbia Masterworks C-15178, 1950s? Canadian reissue of 1930s release).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6352

Stanley Holloway, with Wolseley Charles, piano, Sam Drummed Out / Sam’s Sturgeon (12", Columbia Masterworks 9008-V, 1934? U.S.).

G+; $3.00
Item # 6353

 

Danny Kaye, Jimmy Durante, Jane Wyman & Groucho Marx, with orch.dir. by Sonny Burke, How D’ Ye Do And Shake Hands / Black Strap Molasses (Decca 27748, 1951 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6354

Al Jolson, Avalon / Harry McClaskey [as “Henry Burr”], Old Pal, Why Don’t You Answer Me? (Columbia A2995 copper label, 1920 U.S.).

NM; $10.00
Item # 2710 [Also listed under Canadian Artists; Vintage 78 rpm Recordings]

 

Al Jolson, Some Beautiful Morning (I’ll Find You In My Arms) / Frank Crumit, I’ve Got The Profiteering Blues (Columbia A-2940, 1920 Canadian).

G+; 3.00
Item # 6355

 

Al Jolson, Who Cares? / Lewis James, In A Corner Of The World All Our Own (Columbia
A-3779, 1922 U.S.).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6356

Harry Lauder, Doughie The Baker (single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 60141, ca. 1915 Canadian plum label).

G+; $5.00
Item # 9451

Harry Lauder, Fu’ The Noo’ (12" single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 70000, 1910 Canadian plum label).

G+; $5.00
Item # 6357

Harry Lauder, Harry Lauder Medley, Parts 1 & 2 (12", RCA Victor Red Seal 29034, late 1940s? Canadian reissue of 1927 release).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6358

 

Harry Lauder, It’s Nice To Get Up In The Mornin’ (single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 60143, 1916 Canadian plum label).

G; playable but noisy & dirty; $2.00
Item # 6360

 

Harry Lauder, It’s Nice To Get Up In The Mornin’ But It’s Nicer To Lie In Bed / Doughie The Baker (12", His Master’s Voice-Victor 9024, 1927 Canadian red label).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6361

 

Harry Lauder, Just A Wee Deoch An’ Doris (12" single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 70062, 1911 Canadian plum label).

G; $3.00
Item # 6362

 

Harry Lauder, Macgregor’s Toast (12" single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 70003, 1910 Canadian plum label).

G+; $5.00
Item # 6363

 

Harry Lauder, Macgregor’s Toast / When I Get Back To Bonnie Scotland (12", His Master’s Voice-Victor 55131, 1920 Canadian blue label).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6364

 

Harry Lauder, Mary Of Argyle / Auld Scotch Sangs (His Master’s Voice-Victor 4002, 1927 Canadian red label).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6365

Harry Lauder, Mr. John Mackay (single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 60008, 1910 Canadian plum label).

G+; $5.00
Item # 9452

Harry Lauder, The Road To The Isles / Keep Right On To The End Of The Road (12", RCA Victor Red Seal 29030, late 1940s? Canadian reissue of 1927 release).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6366

 

Harry Lauder, Roamin’ In The Gloamin’ (single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 60105, 1913 Canadian plum label).

G; $2.00
Item # 6367

 

Harry Lauder, Roamin’ In The Gloamin’ (12" single-sided, Victor 70061, 1911 U.S. plum label).

VG; $5.00
Item # 6368

 

Harry Lauder, Roamin’ In The Gloamin’ / The Wee Hoose ’Mang The Heather (His Master’s Voice-Victor 45209, 1921 Canadian reissue of pre-war recordings).

NM; $5.00
Item # 6369

Harry Lauder, She’s The Lass For Me (single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 60107, 1913 Canadian plum label).

VG; $5.00
Item # 9453

 

Harry Lauder, Stop Your Tickling, Jock! / She Is My Rosie (His Master’s Voice-Victor 4021, 1927 Canadian red label).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6370

Harry Lauder, Trixie From Dixie (12" single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 70095, 1913 Canadian plum label).

G+; $5.00
Item # 6371

 

Harry Lauder, The Wee Hoose ’Mang The Heather (single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 60106, 1913 Canadian plum label).

G; $2.00
Item # 6372

 

Harry Lauder, The Wee Hoose ’Mang The Heather (12" single-sided, Victor 70076, 1913 U.S. plum label).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6373

Harry Lauder, When I Meet MacKay / The End Of The Road (12", RCA Victor Red Seal 9024, late 1940s? Canadian reissue of 1927 release).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6374

 

Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy, with the Nat Shilkret Orch., Indian Love Call / Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life (Victor Red Seal 4323, 1936 U.S.).

VG; $2.00
Item # 3292

John McCormack, tenor, I Hear You Calling Me (single-sided, Victrola 64120, 1910 U.S. red label).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 9527

John McCormack, tenor; Gerald Moore, piano, I’ll Walk Beside You / The Star Of The County Down (His Master’s Voice D.A.1718, 1939 British).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9454

John McCormack, tenor, In A Persian Garden — Ah! Moon Of My Delight (12" single-sided, Victor 74232, 1911 U.S.).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6375

John McCormack, tenor, Killarney (12" single-sided, Victor Red Seal 74157, 1910 U.S.).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6376

John McCormack, tenor, Roses Of Picardy (single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor Red Seal 64825, 1919 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6377

 

John McCormack, tenor, She Is Far From The Land (12" single-sided, Victor 74242, 1911 U.S.).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6378

John McCormack, tenor, When My Ships Come Sailing Home (12" single-sided, His Master’s Voice-Victor 74428, 1915 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6379

John McCormack, tenor, When Twilight Comes, I’m Thinking Of You / Calling Me Back To You (His Master’s Voice-Victor 1197, 1926 Canadian red label).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 9455

Harry Richman, with Earl Burnett & His Los Angeles Biltmore Hotel Orch., Puttin’ On The Ritz / There’s Danger In Your Eyes, Cherie (Brunswick 4677, 1930 Canadian). The definitive original version of Irving Berlin’s great syncopated number, introduced by Richman in the film of the same name.

VG; $20.00
Item # 9001

 

Paul Robeson, Jerusalem / The Blind Ploughman (His Master’s Voice-Victor 27348, 1941 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6380

 

Paul Robeson, Loch Lomond / Land Of My Fathers (RCA Victor 27227, 1950s Canadian reissue of 1940 release).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6381

 

Paul Robeson, Lullaby [Summertime] / It Takes A Long Pull To Get There (His Master’s Voice-Victor 26359, 1939 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 6382 [also listed under Gershwin]

 

Paul Robeson; with Lawrence Brown, piano, Night / Lullaby (His Master’s Voice-Victor 26409, 1939 Canadian).

VG; $5.00
Item # 6383

 

Paul Robeson, Ol’ Man River / Paul Robeson & Elizabeth Welch, Ah Still Suits Me (RCA Victor 25376, 1950s Canadian reissue of 1936 release).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6384

 

Paul Robeson; Columbia Concert Orch. cond. by Emmanuel Balaban, Ol’ Man River / It Ain’t Necessarily So (Columbia Masterworks C10171 [from album D208], 1948 Canadian).

VG+; $3.00
Item # 6385 [also listed under Gershwin]

 

Paul Robeson, A Perfect Day / The Rosary (His Master’s Voice-Victor 26498, 1940 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6386

 

Paul Robeson, Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / On Ma Journey (His Master’s Voice-Victor 25547, 1937 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6387

 

Paul Robeson, Trees / Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes (RCA Victor 26168, 1950s Canadian reissue of 1939 release).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6388

 

Kate Smith, with orch. under dir. of Jack Miller, When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain / When Day Is Done (Columbia 36045, 1941 U.S.). The A-side was introduced by Kate Smith on her first radio program, May 1, 1931, and thereafter always associated with her. This re-recording was released when patriotic fervor was running high in the soon-to-be-at-war United States: the label lists the singer as “KateSmith — U.S.A.”

G+; $3.00
Item # 6389

Sophie Tucker, Cabaret Days (3-10" box-style album, Mercury Music Hall A-171, mid-1940s Canadian).

VG album, VG discs; $10.00
Item # 6390

Sophie Tucker; orch. cond. by Ted Shapiro, Decca Presents Sophie Tucker (3-10" album, Decca A-396, 1945 Canadian).

VG album, VG+ discs; writing on front of album; $10.00
Item # 6391

 

Sophie Tucker, with Harry Geller & His Orch., I’m Living Alone And I Like It / Never Let The Same Dog Bite You Twice (Mercury Music Hall 4000, 1948? Canadian).

G+; $3.00
Item # 6392

 

Sophie Tucker, with Bob Haggart & His Orch., Some Of These Days / Life Begins At Forty (Decca 11047, 1950? Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 6393

Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees, Betty Co-Ed / Violet / Friends (His Master’s Voice-Victor 22473, 1930 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6394

 

Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees, The Last Roundup / Shanghai Lil (Bluebird B-5172, 1933 Canadian beige & blue label).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6395

 

Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees, Sweet Susanne / Honey (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21869, 1929 Canadian).

VG; $3.00
Item # 9447

 

Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees, Sweet Susanne / Honey (Victor 21869, 1929 U.S.).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6396

Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees, Weary River / Deep Night (His Master’s Voice-Victor 21868, 1929 Canadian).

G+; $2.00
Item # 6397

Rudy Vallée & His Connecticut Yankees, Would You Like To Take A Walk? (Sump’n Good’ll Come From That) / (99 Out Of A Hundred) Wanna Be Loved (His Master’s Voice-Victor 22611, 1931 Canadian).

VG+; $5.00
Item # 6398

 

Billy Williams [“The Man In The Velvet Suit”], You’re The One / Rosetta (Columbia-Rena 1655, 1911 U.S.).

G+; $5.00
Item # 9292 [Also listed under Vintage 78 rpm Recordings]

[radio soundtrack] Loretta Young, The Littlest Angel (3-10" 78 rpm album, Decca DA 399, 1945 Canadian).

G album,VG+ discs; includes descriptive pamphlet; $5.00
Item # 5589 [also listed under Shows]

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