I didn't know about Bell so it seems they just carted around town. The reason I ask is they went to the effort of putting roulette labels on tapes boxes detailing engineers etc
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> On 20 Nov 2014, at 21:38, Tom Fine <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I don't think they had a studio. They used Capitol NYC and Bell Sound for many jazz recordings. I've seen Bell Sound's name in the deadwax of original Roulette LPs, so I would guess Bell did a lot of cutting for them. The Count Basie-Tony Bennett album on Roulette was cut at Fine Recording (there are session photos taken in Ballroom Studio A). I don't have an original LP, so I don't know if it was cut at Fine Recording or elsewhere.
> -- Tom Fine
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> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Roulette Records, did they have their own studio?
>> Does anyone know if Roulette Records had their own studio in the 60's?
>> They were based on Broadway and I know they cut records at CBS in NY but
>> curious to know where they would go to by default to compile their
>> recordings and cut records.