Vocalion matrix E779-E780W. The flapper wife / Night Club Orchestra

TitleSource
The flapper wife (Primary title)Laird
Authors and ComposersNotes
Beatrice Burton (author)
Carl Rupp (composer)
Composer information source: ADP.
PersonnelNotes Hide Additional Titles
Night Club Orchestra (Musical group)
Harry Akst (instrumentalist : piano)
Harry Reser (instrumentalist : banjo)
  • Description: Jazz/dance band
  • Category: Instrumental
  • Master Size: 10-in.
Notes
Electrical recording. See also 773-774W.
Orchestra: 4 men, plus Harry Akst (piano) and Harry Reser (banjo).
Laird: "This is the first session numbered in the Vocalion matrix series to include electric recordings. However, these seem to be in the nature of experiments as the electrical versions were not released and most subsequent Vocalion sessions continued to use the acoustic process until October 22, 1925. The experimental nature of this session is the reason for the use of two studios as indicated..."
Documentation of Vocalion Records derives primarily from Ross Laird's "Brunswick Records: A discography of recordings, 1916-1931" (Greenwood Press, 2001). See the ADP Brunswick Records Resources page for more information.
Take Date and PlaceTakeStatusLabel Name/NumberFormatNote Hide Additional Titles
5/2/1925 New York, New York. 799 Seventh Avenue, Room no. 1 779W Unknown
5/2/1925 New York, New York. 799 Seventh Avenue, Room no. 1 780W Unknown

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Vocalion matrix E779-E780W. The flapper wife / Night Club Orchestra," accessed August 20, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000219674/E779-E780W-The_flapper_wife.

Vocalion matrix E779-E780W. The flapper wife / Night Club Orchestra. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved August 20, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000219674/E779-E780W-The_flapper_wife.

"Vocalion matrix E779-E780W. The flapper wife / Night Club Orchestra." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 20 August 2019.

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