Records in the Fred Waring Archives indicate recording for Capitol in 1957-58 in "Riverside Plaza"and after that (1959-1965) in "Manhattan Center". It also indicates the Capitol office address as 1730 Broadway. Pete Kiefer At 12:34 PM 10/27/2005, seva wrote: >got this info from bob: > > >>There was a Capitol studio in New York in the mid '60s because I walked >>by it on the way to my hotel! >> >>-- >>Bob Olhsson Audio Mastery, >>Nashville TN >>Mastering, Audio for Picture, Mix >>Evaluation and Quality Control >>Over 40 years making people sound >>better than they ever imagined! >>615.385.8051 >>http://www.hyperback.com > > > > >-- >w/best regards, >seva >mastering engineer >http://www.soundcurrent.com > > >|| | | | | | | | >Things are not what they seem to be; nor are they otherwise. > -- Lankavatara Sutra The Waring Webpage address is: www.libraries.psu.edu/waring/ Peter T. Kiefer, Coordinator Fred Waring's America Collection The Pennsylvania State University 313 Pattee Library University Park, PA 16802-1800 Voice: (814) 863-2911 Email: [log in to unmask] "The World is a stage, don't trip over a prop."