Thanks Mike. I just accessed hensteeth. it's very interesting but not
relevant to "My Grandmother Can't Jump That High." It didn't occur to me
that the title is a double entendre:
there's nothing salacious about the lyrics. It's definitely a 78 master.
So, I'm still in need of info.
On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 11:20 AM, Michael Biel <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Check out David Diehl's Blue Pages at hensteeth.com He has detailed
> all known 78 rpm party records, and yours probably fit into this
> category. He will probably want to know the details of your lacquers
> because they might be masters, or of course they might just be dubs that
> many people made of the sometimes hard to get original pressings.
> Mike Biel [log in to unmask]
> From: Art Shifrin <[log in to unmask]>
> > I’ve obtained some 13” 78 rpm lateral cut lacquers. One that’s
> > & entertaining is a C&W comic song, apparently entitled “My Grand Mother
> > Can’t Jump That High”. "3004-A" is scribed at the center.
> > The format’s for a 10” disk with appropriate lead in & lead out grooves.
> > Might any of you know or deduce the label for which this was cut, the
> > approximate or actual date of recording, & the artists’ names?
> > Thanks, Art (Shiffy) Shifrin