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I don't know about a complete catalog, but maybe somewhere out there 
someone has some sales literature sent to the stations by the 
transcriptions compnay that would give some details about series titles, 
  performers, etc.

joe salerno


Sammy Jones wrote:
> Mike,
> 
> Thanks so much for providing the session info for those Brunswick ETs!  What
> a pity that many of the sheets are missing.
> 
> I wonder if anyone has the other discs to these programs; it would be nice
> to assemble complete (or near as possible) dubs.
> 
> One Marsh disc (1017/1018) does say "33 R. M. P."  The other has "R. P. M."
> 
> There are handwritten titles on them as well:
> 
> 1017:
> Don Russo Orchestra (written under disc number at top)
> A - College Melody [sic] - No. 1
> B - College Melody [sic] - No. 2
> C - Dan Russo Theme
> 
> 1018:
> Don Russo Orchestra (written under disc number at top)
> A - Rigolletto [sic]
> B - You'll Get By
> C - Walk, Jenny, Walk
> 
> 1063:
> A - Lazy River
> B - Suzanne
> C - Fit as a Fiddle
> 
> 1064:
> A - How am I Doin'
> B - Mood Indigo
> C - In the Dim, Dim Dawning
> 
> You know, the music ain't half bad on these!
> 
> Any idea if the Marsh discs were intended to be used to create a faux-live
> band show, or are the merely "station library" discs?  I'd love to see a
> complete catalog of them.
> 
> Sammy
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Biel [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
> Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2008 4:43 PM
> Subject: Re: Brunswick and Marsh Transcriptions
> 
> Sammy Jones wrote:
>> Apologies for the cross-posting...
>>
> I'm cross-answering so that both groups will see the answers.
>> I'm looking for session info for some Brunswick and Marsh Laboratories
>> transcriptions that I have gotten recently.
>>
>> Some of the Brunswick ETs have So-A-Tone labels, but not all.  Also 
>> some are
>> National Radio Advertising, but not all.  They are all 12" and play at 78
>> rpm.
>>
>>   
> Only one of these is specifically listed in Laird.  During this era a 
> lot of the sheets are missing, and some of the numbers are used out of 
> order.
>> Southern Flooring Program, Program M, Part 2, XE-34825
>>   
> Oct 1930.
>> DeVoe & Reynolds Painters, Program E, Parts 2 & 3, OX-37359 & OX-37360
>>   
> Circa Oct 20, 1931
>> DeVoe & Reynolds Painters, Program C, Part 3, Wax: X-37548, Label: 37546
>>   
> Might be after Dec 21, 1931 which would now be in the ARC era.
>> Hearthstone Harmonists, Program A, Part 3 only, XE-34469
> Sept 1930  Originally listed as Radio Sweethearts   (Mary and Jerry 
> [Macy]) with Norman Brokenshire, Prog K
> 
>> Brunswick Broadcast, Program 105, "Come to the Fair," XE-31458-B
>>   
> Nov 1929
> 
>> The Marsh ETs are 12" Allied Broadcast Circuit Standard Library discs
>> recorded at 33 1/3 rpm, and have 3 banded selections per side.
>>
>>   
> I have been unable to find specific info of when these were recorded and 
> available.  The ones I have say on the label that they are recorded at 
> 33 1/3 R.M.P.  Is that what yours say?  Has anyone written the titles of 
> the tracks on the labels.  The ones I have seen outside of my copies 
> also have the titles like mine.  My guess is 1930 or 31.
>> Disc 1017, mx. 9012
>> Disc 1018, mx. 9013
>> Disc 1063, mx. 9057
>> Disc 1064, Mx. 9058
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Sammy Jones
> Any chance of getting dubs of these?
> 
> Mike Biel  [log in to unmask]
> 
>>   
>