Don't have any info on a Hamlet soundtrack excerpt. Was it released on 78
or LP? Please-details if you have them. Thanks!
There were 2 Caedmon recordings - Macbeth and As You Like It which list
Holloway, I assume they also did Hamlet - was Holloway on that?
There is only one Wonderland that I have listed (1415 Elephant Alphabet),
but the Riverside online discography has lots of numbers with no
information, so it might have been reissued - another list suggested a title
which sounds Wonderland-ish "What Happened at the zoo" but no label
Best wishes, Thomas.
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That's one I've never heard of..unless maybe it was REISSUED on Wonderland
(seems to me I might have something in the kiddie section I haven't looked
I didn't look but did you list the Hamlet soundtrack excerpt (How Long Has
Been Gravedigger) from 1948?
Seems to me Holloway didn't do much recording at all in the 40s and into the
50s. Too busy making movies.
Mike Richter wrote:
Thomas Stern wrote:
Hi Mike & David,
Thanks for this information. I would appreciate a track list,
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).
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
accompanied by The Gobbledegook Symphony Orchestra (Milton Kaye, piano,
organ, celeste; and Moe Goldenberg, drums, tympany, and oddsand-ends).
New York; December, 1957.
1. Bouncing Ball
2. The Gobbledegook
3. The Lion Tamer
4. Sven Svensen
5. The Frog, The Duck, The Fish
6. Wooden Shoes
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