NB-5806: Deep Hollow - Fox Trot
This recording was made on 14 May 1928 by B. A. Rolfe and his Palais D'Or Orchestra, and is one of the few Edison tunes that has a seasonal Halloween reference. Since this title is instrumental, it is an excellent hit for the whole year. Electrically transferred from Edison Diamond Disc 52319-R.
NB-100: Tiger Rag - Fox Trot
The Tiger Dixie Band celebrates one century of recorded Jazz. Along with the 140th jubilee of the phonograph, it is furthermore the 100th birthday of the first recording of the famous Tiger Rag, originally performed by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band. This purely acoustic live recording was made at the Archeophonica Phonograph Exhibition in beautiful Bolzano, Italy on July 15, 2017. Six members of the Tiger Dixie Band performed the Tiger Rag direct to wax. Featuring Paolo Trettel (tpt), Stefano Menato (cl), Luigi Grata - (tbn), Andrea Boschetti - (bjo), Giorgio Beberi - (bsax), and Claudio Ischia - (drums)
NB-5704: Button up your Overcoat - Fox Trot
Recorded on 18 January 1929, the very last year of the Edison recording studio had begun. And what a year it was. Amongst these last recordings, the California Ramblers made a few highly-sought after and musically outstanding dance performances. Such as this snappy version of this popular title, originally released as Blue Amberol 5704, dubbed from diamond disc side 52513-R. As our other 5700's re-issues, this take is also sourced directly from the original diamond disc.
NB-5656: Doin' the Raccoon - Fox Trot
A late 1928 Edison recording by Billy Murray and the 7 Blue Babies, originally issued on Diamond Disc and as Blue Amberol 5656. Beautiful uplifting and highly sought-after jazz number with vocals by the famous Billy Murray! This is completely new manufactured and highly unscrupulous cylinder record, that is so smooth so it can easily outperform the surface noise of the original Edison Blue Amberol.
NB-5714: Honey - Fox Trot
This rare selection by the Golden Gate Orchestra (California Ramblers) was taken directly from the original diamond disc. In the cylinder catalog of 1929 it was listed just two numbers before Kansas City Kitty, thus being just five titles away before the long era of Edison cylinder records did come to a final end.
This electric studio recording has a neat tube amplifier distortion, which is very characteristic for 1920s recording technology. Be sure to use a fully rebuilt and heavier reproducer (like a Diamond B, C, etc.) for maximum volume and best tracking.
|5806:||Deep Hollow - Fox Trot||$ 80|
|5704:||Button up your Overcoat||$ 80|
|100:||Tiger Rag - Fox Trot||$ 80|
|5656:||Doin' the Raccoon - Fox Trot||$ 80*|
|5714:||Honey - Fox Trot||$ 80*|
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