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Re: [ARSCLIST] Stanley Holloway vinyl
Thanks! Do either carry the Judson stamper numbers (crossed out) ??
Best wishes, Thomas.
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[mailto:ARSCLIST@xxxxxxx]On Behalf Of David Lennick
Sent: Saturday, September 06, 2008 11:49 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Stanley Holloway vinyl
Okay..I have this album twice.
Wonderland 1415 (label reads Riverside RLP 1415), The Elephant Alphabet
(produced by Bill Grauer Productions Inc.)
Golden Wonderland GW 222, What Happened At The Zoo (A.A. Records Inc.)
GW acknowledges Milton Kaye but lists no other musicians and omits the
songwriters, who are credited on the Riverside/Wonderland LP. Both contain
same blurb "Welcome to Wonderland" and both contain a little blurb (not the
same one) about Holloway. Track order is slightly different..Golden LP
the last cut on each side, or at least the labels say so.
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).
>> Much appreciated!
>> 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
> WONDERLAND SERIES
> STANLEY HOLLOWAY:
> Gobbledegook Songs
> accompanied by The Gobbledegook Symphony Orchestra (Milton Kaye, piano,
> organ, celeste; and Moe Goldenberg, drums, tympany, and oddsand-ends).
> New York; December, 1957.
> SIDE 1
> 1. Bouncing Ball
> 2. The Gobbledegook
> 3. The Lion Tamer
> 4. Sven Svensen
> 5. The Frog, The Duck, The Fish
> 6. Wooden Shoes
> SIDE 2
> 1. Ump-Diddle-Diddle
> 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
> copyright cops).