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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:
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>>There was a Capitol studio in New York in the mid '60s because I walked 
>>by it on the way to my hotel!
>>
>>--
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>>Nashville TN
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>--
>w/best regards,
>seva
>mastering engineer
>http://www.soundcurrent.com
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