Victor matrix MRC-64678. Jesse Crawford. 1931-02-08 / Helen Crawford
|Jesse Crawford. 1931-02-08 (Primary title)||ADP editors|
|Part 2 (Title part)||Victor ledgers|
|Cane brake ; Lover come back to me ; Popular medley ; Sing sing girl ; Talk by L. A. Witten (Medley contents)||Victor ledgers|
|Royal Typewriter electrical transcription (Alternate title)||Victor ledgers|
|Personnel||Notes Hide Additional Titles|
|Helen Crawford (instrumentalist : pipe organ)||Listed in Victor ledgers as Mrs. Jesse Crawford; "Popular medley."|
|Royal Duotones (Musical group)||"Cane break"; "Lover come back to me"; "Sing Sing girl."|
|Paul Small (vocalist : tenor vocal)||"Lover come back to me."|
|Louis A. Witten (speaker)|
- Description: Radio broadcast : Pipe organ, with instrumental ensemble, male vocal solo, and announcements
- Category: Instrumental and vocal
- Language: English
- Master Size: 16-in.
- Title Note: Newspaper and magazine radio program listings refer to the series variously as "Jesse Crawford," "Royal hour," and "Royal's Poet of the Organ."
|Victor ledgers: "Royal Typewriter Company, Inc. (Hanff-Metzger Advertising)"; "Electrical transcriptions."|
|Ledgers: Recorded in New York studio 3 over direct wire from Paramount Building (WABC); "Columbia Broadcast System."|
|Ledgers: "Announcements by L. A. Witten"; "Made on RCA machine no. 1."|
|Ledgers note that excerpts from the following songs are included within "Popular medley": "Thanks to you," "Overnight," and "Walkin' my baby back home."|
|The Royal Duotones may not be an ensemble. A press report on the program notes that each weekly episode of the series features an instrumental soloists playing in unison with the organ.|
|Victor ledgers note that only "Mrs. [Helen] Crawford," without Jesse Crawford, as performing on the broadcast.|
|Source(s): Victor ledgers.|
|Take Date and Place||Take||Status||Label Name/Number||Format||Note Hide Additional Titles|
|2/8/1931 New York, New York. Paramount Theatre||1||Unknown|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor matrix MRC-64678. Jesse Crawford. 1931-02-08 / Helen Crawford," accessed October 18, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/800033645/MRC-64678-Jesse_Crawford._1931-02-08.
Victor matrix MRC-64678. Jesse Crawford. 1931-02-08 / Helen Crawford. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 18, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/800033645/MRC-64678-Jesse_Crawford._1931-02-08.
"Victor matrix MRC-64678. Jesse Crawford. 1931-02-08 / Helen Crawford." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 18 October 2019.
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