Victor matrix MRC-67739. Jesse Crawford. 1930-12-28 / Jesse Crawford

Jesse Crawford. 1930-12-28 (Primary title)ADP editors
Part 2 (Title part)Victor ledgers
Song of the Navy ; Indian love call ; Request medley ; Talk by L. A. Witten (Medley contents)Victor ledgers
Royal Typewriter electrical transcription (Alternate title)Victor ledgers
PersonnelNotes Hide Additional Titles
Jesse Crawford (instrumentalist : pipe organ)"Song of the Navy"; "Indian love call"; "Request medley."
Helen Crawford (instrumentalist : pipe organ)"Request medley." Listed in Victor ledgers as "Mrs. Crawford."
Louis A. Witten (speaker)
Paul Small (vocalist : tenor vocal)"Song of the Navy" ; "Request medley."
Royal Duotones (Musical group)"Song of the Navy"; "Request medley."
  • Description: Radio broadcast : Pipe organ solo and duet, 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."
Source(s): Victor ledgers.
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 Louis A. Witten"; "Made on RCA machine no. 1."
Ledgers note that excerpts from the following songs are included within "Request medley": "Don't forget me in your dream," "Crying myself to sleep," and "Three little words."
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 Crawford.
Take Date and PlaceTakeStatusLabel Name/NumberFormatNote Hide Additional Titles
12/28/1930 New York, New York. Paramount Theatre 1 Unknown


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