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Chinese Rhythm by Alfredo Campoli

Chinese Rhythm, 78rpm Decca shellac disc by Alfredo Campoli and his salon orchestra

Thank you to our friends from the EMI Archive Trust for sharing this great piece from their collection.    84 more words

Sept. 22nd in Gennett History, 1932: Roosevelt Sykes Recorded "Highway 61 Blues"

Sept. 22nd in Gennett History, 1932: Roosevelt Sykes recorded “Highway 61 Blues” in Richmond. It appeared on Champion S-16586 & 50012, and Decca 7280.

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Hawaiian Music appears on Decca Records

Aloha Dear Readers! Iʻve been working on discography research. Sometimes its exhilarating; sometimes itʻs just painful. Details, details details. The Devil is always in the details. 707 more words

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Cover Story - Part IV - Decca

Decca Records began as a British record label established in 1929 by Edward Lewis. Its U.S. label was established in late 1934 by Lewis along with American Decca’s first president Jack Kapp and later American Decca president Milton Rackmil; however, owing to World War II, the link with the British company was broken for several decades. 165 more words

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More collages from last summer~

Here are a few more postcards I made this last summer. The first one was made from a 78 record cover:
I’ve seen other people use old stamps on photos of other people. 154 more words

Deram Records

Deram Records was launched in 1968 in the UK as a subsidiary of Decca. It was active until 1979. Most notable signing in my book was to Ten Years After. 72 more words

Ten Years After

Aug. 15th in Gennett History, 1934: Uncle Dave Macon, Kirk and Sam McGhee Recorded "Don't Get Weary Children"

Aug. 15th in Gennett History, 1934: Uncle Dave Macon, Kirk and Sam McGhee recorded “Don’t Get Weary Children” in Richmond. The recording appeared on Ch. S-16822 & 45048, Decca 5369, and Montgomery Ward 8029.

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