40037 was recorded in 1946 - I have seen vinyl pressings on the red label -
does it seem that the black label one is shellac and the red vinyl?-Mickey
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Walter Huston question
> In a message dated 12/28/2014 9:53:20 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, writes:
> Would you know the year Walter Huston first recorded "Lincoln, the Man
> Of the People (red label) #40036 B), and "O Captain, My Captain" b/w
> "Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight" (disc # 40037, black label). All
> were part
> of an 8-disc album (# A-536) called "Our Common Heritage." (I don't
> understand why one disc is a black label and the other a red if they were
> part of the same 8-disc album!)" How long after his (WH's) 1930 movie?
> Can we answer this question? Much thanks in advance!
> Allen K.
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