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September 24, 2016 5:01 pm  #1


More LPs and 78s I'm looking for

Anyone know the original LPs and 78s for the following tracks:
Southern (I know the MQLPs these were on, but not the 78s.):
Brassy and Bold by Conrad Leonard
Button Factory by Eugene Cines
Charlie the Chimp by Conrad Leonard
Comedy Timepiece by Arthur Wilkinson
Costermonger by Ronald Binge
Funny Man by Raymond Jones
International Conference by Peter Yorke
Sprite by Bruce Campell
The Grind by Anthony King
Walk by Night by Max Saunders

Sonoton (some of these may be retitled):
Guaraucha Senorita by Heide Pehofer
Me for You by George Callert
Merry Gerry by Hermann Egger
Quickly Happy by Erwin Lehn
Sao Paulo by Krys Moram


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September 24, 2016 5:38 pm  #2


Re: More LPs and 78s I'm looking for

Merry Gerry was only released on tape, I believe - no vinyl version.

 

September 24, 2016 6:42 pm  #3


Re: More LPs and 78s I'm looking for

Lord Thames wrote:

Merry Gerry was only released on tape, I believe - no vinyl version.

Which label?


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September 25, 2016 4:15 am  #4


Re: More LPs and 78s I'm looking for

Berry Music - there were a few Sonoton recordings that were only issued by Berry/Conroy on tape, including some alternate mixes of tracks on vinyl.

I think the one with Merry Gerry was tape no. 5, from memory - comprising a number of tracks played by The Reeds.

 

September 25, 2016 7:57 am  #5


Re: More LPs and 78s I'm looking for

They are all Southern.  The MQLP LPs contain music starting from the MQ 78's or 45's from MQ-769 and above.  I don't have a catalogue going any higher than MQ-768.

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May 18, 2017 9:16 am  #6


Re: More LPs and 78s I'm looking for

Bumping this because there's a few Sonotons I've been curious about lately:
Festive March by Harry Winkler-Rauter
Fiddles by Gerhard Narholz
Joy of Living by Siegfried Ulbrich
Sports and Games by Gerhard Narholz


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May 18, 2017 5:10 pm  #7


Re: More LPs and 78s I'm looking for

The Grind = MQ 785, A2
Walk by Night = MQ 812, A2
Comedy Timepiece = MQ 838, B3
Costermonger = MQ 845, A1

 

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