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 Post subject: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 11:10 pm 
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Folks,
The following discs are in my possession and some are extraordinarily hard to find or significant recordings, which I'm anxious to return to their owners ASAP. Molding this many represents a huge expense and I'm asking for help. If you see a disc you'd like, and are willing to pay with a month-ish lead-time then it will help me to order the silicone required to mold these. Some of these discs we will never have the chance to see again unless their molded!

Diamond Disc
Five Foot Two Eyes of Blue
St Louis Blues
Black Bottom Stomp
If I'm Wrong, Sue Me
We All Scream for Ice Cream
Looking at the World through Rose Colored Glasses
Up And At Em
You're the cream in my Coffee
You DOn't Like it - Not Much
Missouri Squabble
When the Red Red Robbin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin Along

Berliner - Euro
Le Fu Rire (To Giggle, a laughing song). VERY early European disc (1898)
Bronislaw Huberman - Violin solo (!!!!!!!!!)

Berliner - US
She Was There - Will Denny
A Hot Time in the Old Town - Dan Quinn
Whistling Mike - John Terrell (Irish song)
The Seraph - W. Paris Chamle

7" Victor
Starts and Stripes Forever March - Sousa
Washington Post March - Sousa
March From the Ameer (Eldridge Johnson label)
Bedelia - Arthur Pryor's Band
Grounds Serenade - Mme. Rosalia Chalia (Eldridge Johnson label)
Uncle Josh Weatherby in a Department Store - Cal Stewart
Uncle Josh Weatherby's Trip to Coney Island - Cal Stewart

7" Columbia
Reuben Haskin's Ride on a Cyclone Auto - L. Spencer
The Sidewalks of New Yorl
On Such a Business (Comic Hebrew Duet)
The Berliner Archive Project:
Lend me your Berliners to be molded and get your originals back plus free copies!
See the current status here = http://forum.talkingmachine.info/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=32545


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Mon Apr 09, 2018 11:39 pm 
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donniej wrote:
Folks,
The following discs are in my possession and some are extraordinarily hard to find or significant recordings, which I'm anxious to return to their owners ASAP. Molding this many represents a huge expense and I'm asking for help. If you see a disc you'd like, and are willing to pay with a month-ish lead-time then it will help me to order the silicone required to mold these. Some of these discs we will never have the chance to see again unless their molded!

Diamond Disc
Five Foot Two Eyes of Blue
St Louis Blues
Black Bottom Stomp
If I'm Wrong, Sue Me
We All Scream for Ice Cream
Looking at the World through Rose Colored Glasses
Up And At Em
You're the cream in my Coffee
You DOn't Like it - Not Much
Missouri Squabble
When the Red Red Robbin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin Along

Berliner - Euro
Le Fu Rire (To Giggle, a laughing song). VERY early European disc (1898)
Bronislaw Huberman - Violin solo (!!!!!!!!!)

Berliner - US
She Was There - Will Denny
A Hot Time in the Old Town - Dan Quinn
Whistling Mike - John Terrell (Irish song)
The Seraph - W. Paris Chamle

7" Victor
Starts and Stripes Forever March - Sousa
Washington Post March - Sousa
March From the Ameer (Eldridge Johnson label)
Bedelia - Arthur Pryor's Band
Grounds Serenade - Mme. Rosalia Chalia (Eldridge Johnson label)
Uncle Josh Weatherby in a Department Store - Cal Stewart
Uncle Josh Weatherby's Trip to Coney Island - Cal Stewart

7" Columbia
Reuben Haskin's Ride on a Cyclone Auto - L. Spencer
The Sidewalks of New Yorl
On Such a Business (Comic Hebrew Duet)


I wouldn't mind seeing "Black Bottom Stomp", and "You're the Cream in My Coffee", as well as "Hot Time in the Old Town". Tell me what that comes to, and I'll pre-order them.

Bill


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:16 am 
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You're The Cream in My Coffee or
Black Bottom.
Thanks.


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Tue Apr 10, 2018 10:11 am 
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If Black Bottom Stomp is the Red and Miff's Stompers version, I'd be interested in a 2-sided copy. The other side, Hurricane, is a seriously hot record!

I would lend you my copy of Stampede/Alabama Stomp in exchange, but it's not mint. PM me if interested.


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 1:25 am 
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Same for me, if it is the Red and Miffs Black Bottom Stomp put me down for one.


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 1:54 am 
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PM coming. Definitely Black Bottom and Coffee.


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Thu Apr 12, 2018 9:23 pm 
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Location: NW Indiana B-19;VV-IV; VV-VI;VV-XVI; Edison Home B; Amberola 30; Col. BK; Magnola;
St Louis Blues
Black Bottom Stomp
You're the cream in my Coffee


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
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I'd like to get a copy of a record you don't have yet, but if someone could loan you a copy of Black Bottom, the dance hit by Harold Stern and his Hotel Belleclaire Orch. 51815, not to be confused with Black Bottom Stomp, which is a number by Jelly Roll Morton, I'd like a copy.


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 1:44 am 
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donniej wrote:
Folks,
The following discs are in my possession and some are extraordinarily hard to find or significant recordings, which I'm anxious to return to their owners ASAP. Molding this many represents a huge expense and I'm asking for help. If you see a disc you'd like, and are willing to pay with a month-ish lead-time then it will help me to order the silicone required to mold these. Some of these discs we will never have the chance to see again unless their molded!

Diamond Disc
Five Foot Two Eyes of Blue
St Louis Blues
Black Bottom Stomp
If I'm Wrong, Sue Me
We All Scream for Ice Cream
Looking at the World through Rose Colored Glasses
Up And At Em
You're the cream in my Coffee
You DOn't Like it - Not Much
Missouri Squabble
When the Red Red Robbin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin Along

Berliner - Euro
Le Fu Rire (To Giggle, a laughing song). VERY early European disc (1898)
Bronislaw Huberman - Violin solo (!!!!!!!!!)

Berliner - US
She Was There - Will Denny
A Hot Time in the Old Town - Dan Quinn
Whistling Mike - John Terrell (Irish song)
The Seraph - W. Paris Chamle

7" Victor
Starts and Stripes Forever March - Sousa
Washington Post March - Sousa
March From the Ameer (Eldridge Johnson label)
Bedelia - Arthur Pryor's Band
Grounds Serenade - Mme. Rosalia Chalia (Eldridge Johnson label)
Uncle Josh Weatherby in a Department Store - Cal Stewart
Uncle Josh Weatherby's Trip to Coney Island - Cal Stewart

7" Columbia
Reuben Haskin's Ride on a Cyclone Auto - L. Spencer
The Sidewalks of New Yorl
On Such a Business (Comic Hebrew Duet)


Donnie--I would be interested in the following:
Five Foot Two Eyes of Blue
St Louis Blues
We All Scream for Ice Cream
Looking at the World through Rose Colored Glasses
When the Red Red Robbin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin Along
AND if you do the suggested copies of the hit song Black Bottom from Diamond Disc.
Also--are there any 52000 series diamond discs that you produced that I was not aware of. I seem to get your lists in bits and pieces.

Mark Roberts
Navarre, OH


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 Post subject: Re: Adopt-A-Disc (Hot DD's & early 7")
PostPosted: Tue Apr 17, 2018 8:01 am 
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Location: NW Indiana B-19;VV-IV; VV-VI;VV-XVI; Edison Home B; Amberola 30; Col. BK; Magnola;
St Louis Blues
Black Bottom Stomp
You're the cream in my Coafter
Up and at Em

Just let me know when these are ready.

Thanks,

Jerry


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