I have a large stack of these as well, but all but two name the performers.
2005 and 2102 are anonymous (not even initials). The rest are partial runs of
2201-2210, 2301-2310, 3201-3210 and 3301-3310. Frankie Laine, Lawrence Welk, Al
Goodman, Art Van Damme, Fran Warren, Hugo Winterhalter, Freddy Martin, Jerry
Jerome, June Valli, Johnny Desmond, Lawrence Welk, Earl Sheldon,, Billy May,
Tex Beneke, Muggsy Spanier, Jack Smith, The King's Men, "All Stars", Gitanas,
Paraders, Frank Froeba, E. Fiorito (sic), Nat Brandwynne, Norman Cloutier are
the names turning up on these. I know many came from the Standard Library, but
seeing Cloutier indicates that they must have used Thesaurus as well.
Roger and Allison Kulp wrote:
> If anybody has one,I would like to see it.I am especially interested in learning who was on those uncredited cover records of 60s rock hits they put out.
> Steven Smolian <[log in to unmask]> wrote: There should be a catalog published by Seeberg of these.
> Steve Smolian
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dan Nelson"
> Sent: Sunday, January 20, 2008 12:39 AM
> Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Seeburg 45 rpm artists ??
>> Ok guys i may be off topic or wrong question just
>> let me know ... I have a stack of extended play
>> custom 45s for Seeburg background music library.
>> The orchesteras are identified by initials. i.e.
>> LW/Lawrence Welk, HH/Harry Horlick ... how about some
>> help with these initials.
>> HB, JG, BC, BR, AD, ST, JJ, V, RR, DB, FC, ME, CG,
>> SAL, BR, BW, ES, GA, AP.
>> Those seem to be the most used initials...
>> Many thanks for any thing contributed as im doing an
>> extensive study of the Seeburg music