Victor matrix PBVE-50871. Hittin' the ceilin' / Gus Arnheim ; Gus Arnheim Orchestra
|Hittin' the ceilin' (Primary title)||Victor ledgers|
|Fox trot (Title descriptor)||Victor ledgers|
|Authors and Composers||Notes|
|Sidney D. Mitchell (lyricist)|
|Archie Gottler (lyricist)|
|Con Conrad (composer)|
|Composer information source: Victor ledgers.|
|Personnel||Notes Hide Additional Titles|
|Cocoanut Grove Orchestra (Musical group)|
|Gus Arnheim (leader)|
|LeRoy Shield (session supervisor)|
|Craig Leitch (vocalist)|
- Description: Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo
- Instrumentation: 2 violins, 3 saxophones, 2 cornets, trombone, tuba, banjo, piano, and traps
- Category: Instrumental with vocal refrain
- Language: English
- Master Size: 10-in.
|Victor ledgers of 4/28/1929 also show two 12-in. tests of the same selection. The ledgers note that one test "corresponds with PBVE-50871-T2-5"; the second test "corresponds with PBVE-50871-T3-5."|
|Victor ledgers: "Shield, present."|
|Source(s): Victor ledgers.|
|Take Date and Place||Take||Status||Label Name/Number||Format||Note Hide Additional Titles|
|4/28/1929 Culver City, California||1||Destroy|
|4/28/1929 Culver City, California||2||Master||Victor ledgers indicate this as having been mastered but EDVR data attach no catalog number.|
|4/28/1929 Culver City, California||3||Destroy|
|4/28/1929 Culver City, California||4||Hold|
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Victor matrix PBVE-50871. Hittin' the ceilin' / Gus Arnheim ; Gus Arnheim Orchestra . (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved March 8, 2021, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/800024027/PBVE-50871-Hittin_the_ceilin.
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