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May 4, 2017 6:13 am  #11


Re: Robert Hall Productions/New World Library (Phantom In Library History)

Sorry to hear.


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May 4, 2017 8:35 am  #12


Re: Robert Hall Productions/New World Library (Phantom In Library History)

Mr wrote:

In total approximately 65, quite possibly more. And these are just from New World, there are many others released under "Robert (C.) Hall Productions".

Damn! And the Robert Hall stuff is so cool. Seems to me the US libraries were never as well organized as their UK competitors, which means the chance of finding a concentrated dump of LPs in US record bins, estate sales, etc. is practically nil.
 


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May 4, 2017 9:04 am  #13


Re: Robert Hall Productions/New World Library (Phantom In Library History)

Mr wrote:

Sorry to hear that.

If we take the rest, then, does anyone know whatever became of Don Great, Dick Hieronymous, Paul Jost, Tony Davilio, George Small, Vic Szczepanski, John Danser, Keith Foley, Alan Baumgardner and/or Roger Tallman?

I know Bill Loose has passed.

 

Porn Library wrote:

Guess there's many more Robert Hall vinyls to hunt out that I don't know of.

You can say that again! I thought I'd try to map out the New World output, and found that it was considerably larger than I had ever suspected. Many copies have seemingly never been for sale online, either.
Rough sketch:
Double-volumed LPs ("W-1" / "W-2"):
1-2 to 5-6, 15-16, 23-24 to 29-30 (possibly 1-2 to 29-30) (15 LPs)
50-51, 52-53 and presumably 70-71 to 78-79. (12 LPs)
Presumably 250-251 to 298-299 (25 LPs)
Presumably 400-401 to 404-405 (3 LPs)
Presumably 500-501 to 506-507 (4 LPs)

Single-volumed LPs ("W-300"):
300 to 306 (6 LPs)

In total approximately 65, quite possibly more. And these are just from New World, there are many others released under "Robert (C.) Hall Productions".

Great & Hieronymus are alive, the others, not so sure. And those 400 and 500 series LPs are ones i've been very interested in for years, but could never find em. They cover 1983 through the end in 1984/85 I believe. If anyone out there has any, would love to hear some in any quality available.
 


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June 29, 2017 9:39 pm  #14


Re: Robert Hall Productions/New World Library (Phantom In Library History)

Whoa, only 65? I bet btwn all of us we've got em,
I have a grip of these, need to revisit.
Hopefully this doesn't come across as blasphemous, but I think I've heard more that I was interested in on the new world/Robert hall than on major/ valentino. I'm only comparing these two because they're both New York labels.

 

June 30, 2017 3:06 am  #15


Re: Robert Hall Productions/New World Library (Phantom In Library History)

BuccTurgidson wrote:

I've heard more that I was interested in on the new world/Robert hall than on major/ valentino.

Same here, in terms of later Robert Hall LP's. I'm not one for 50's, 60's and very early 70's. Mid 70's through early 80's all the way with me when it comes to library. 
 


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June 30, 2017 7:50 am  #16


Re: Robert Hall Productions/New World Library (Phantom In Library History)

i think most of mine are 70sor early eighties but I'm not sure about all of them. I just need to get a list going. I collected libraries for about 12 years but had to slow down because my commercial record collection got too crazy. I've taken about 50 uhaul boxes to my goodwill here and they told me to stop bringing them until they can process the ones I brought. Last year this time I did the same thing, probably about 40 boxes. I think a
Manager or someone else remembered me and was like : tell dude to stop.

 

June 30, 2017 4:26 pm  #17


Re: Robert Hall Productions/New World Library (Phantom In Library History)

Haha, wonderful. I hope you're not giving away your library rarities!

If you'd like a basic overview, I have the following rips from this label. Note that there may be others floating around th internet that I don't have. Anything not already on this list, I'm very curious to hear.

W-15/W-16 - Production Music
W-25/W-26 - Production Music
W-27/W-28 - Production Music
W-270/W-271 - Production Music
W-274/W-275 - Production Music
W-276/W-277 - Production Music
W-278/W-279 - Production Music
W-280/W-281 - Thematic Music
W-282/W-283 - Thematic Music
W-286/W-287 - Thematic Music
W-288/W-289 - Production Music
W-290/W-291 - Production Music
W-292/W-293 - Production Music
W-294/W-295 - Production Music/Percussion
W-296/W-297 - Production Music
W-300 - Jingles/Commercial Music
W-301 - Commercial Music
W-302 - Commercial Music
W-303 - Commercial Music
W-304 - Commercial Music
W-306 - Production Music
W-404/W-405 - Thematic Music

 

June 30, 2017 6:58 pm  #18


Re: Robert Hall Productions/New World Library (Phantom In Library History)

Let me get list together for you Mr

 

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