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Matrix numbers (which I know will be requested the second I put the albums 
away, so here goes)..

Wonderland RLP 1415: RLP-12-1415-A-5, RLP-12-1415-B-5

Golden Wonderland GW 222: GW-222-A, GW-222-B

David Lennick wrote:
> Okay..I have this album twice.
> 
> Wonderland 1415 (label reads Riverside RLP 1415), The Elephant Alphabet 
> (produced by Bill Grauer Productions Inc.)
> 
> Golden Wonderland GW 222, What Happened At The Zoo (A.A. Records Inc.)
> 
> GW acknowledges Milton Kaye but lists no other musicians and omits the 
> songwriters, who are credited on the Riverside/Wonderland LP. Both 
> contain the same blurb "Welcome to Wonderland" and both contain a little 
> blurb (not the same one) about Holloway. Track order is slightly 
> different..Golden LP switches the last cut on each side, or at least the 
> labels say so.
> 
> dl
> 
> Mike Richter wrote:
>> Thomas Stern wrote:
>>> Hi Mike & David,
>>>   Thanks for this information.  I would appreciate a track list, 
>>> performer
>>> and production credits,
>>> and the characters in the wax, particularly if there are any crossed-out
>>> numbers (indicating that
>>> the Judson is a re-release of some other Riverside or Wonderland album).
>>>   Much appreciated!
>>>   Best wishes,  Thomas.
>>
>> Glad to oblige. The wax is inscribed J 3026 (A and B for the two 
>> sides). B side also has an A inscribed at 90 degrees.
>>
>> JUDSON    J 3026
>> WONDERLAND SERIES
>> STANLEY HOLLOWAY:
>> Gobbledegook Songs
>> accompanied by The Gobbledegook Symphony Orchestra (Milton Kaye, 
>> piano, organ, celeste; and Moe Goldenberg, drums, tympany, and 
>> odds­and-ends). New York; December, 1957.
>>
>> SIDE 1
>> 1. Bouncing Ball
>> 2. The Gobbledegook
>> 3. The Lion Tamer
>> 4. Sven Svensen
>> 5. The Frog, The Duck, The Fish
>> 6. Wooden Shoes
>> SIDE 2
>> 1. Ump-Diddle-Diddle
>> 2. The Elephant Alphabet
>> 3. Pete Petersen's House
>> 4. The Longest Train
>> 5. Why the Giraffe Laughed
>> 6. The Dancing Bear
>>
>> I can upload it - given an hour or two - if you wish (and don't call 
>> the copyright cops).
>>
>> Mike
> 
>