Riverside

Popular #7500(12”)    

RLP-7501~7543

RLP-7501 NORO MORALES ORCHESTRA 

 

Noro Morales (p)  and His Orchestra (details unknown) 

place and date; no details (c.1961)

La Violetera (2:54)             

Tropical Breeze (2:30)             

Come Back to Sorrento (2:29)         

Adios Muchachos (1:56 )            

White Orchids (2:20)               

La Paloma (2:43)                  

El Choclo (2:24)                    

Adios in the Night (2:52)            

La Cucaracha (1:54)                

Que Me Dejas (2:30)             

I’ll Dream About You (2:23)            

Capi’s Mambo                 

 

NOTE: RLP-7501 “Adios Muchachos” produced by Bill Grauer Productions (=details unknown) 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and cover photograph by Researchers. 

RLP-7501 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7502 SY OLIVER AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Charlie Shavers (tp)  Ernie Royal (tp)  Dick Perry (tp)  Mel Davis (tp) Rod Levitt (tb)  Vince Forchetti (tb)  Frank Sarracco  or Morty Bullman (tb) 

Sam Taylor (reeds)  Seldon Powell (reeds)  George Dorsey (reeds) Joe Soldo (reeds)  Phil Bodner (reeds)  Dave McRae (reeds)  Dave Marti (p) 

George Burnes (g)  George Duvivier (b)  Jimmy Crawford (drs)  Sy Oliver (arr, cond)  

 

c.1961 ?

 

Chiu Chiu (2:24)                
Oh, Them Golden Slippers (2:54) 

Annie Laurie (2:33) 

Lazy Mississippi Moon (2:03) 

This Is Love (3:12) 

Blue Tail Fly (2:25) 

I’ll Fly Away (3:48) 

Intermezzo (3:08) 

I Found the One I Love (2:42) 

I’m A Little Teapot (2:05) 

Arkansas Traveler (2:25) 

Mansion Over the Hilltop (2:41)  

NOTE: RLP-7502 “Dance Music for People

RLP-7502 “Dance Music for People Who Don’t Dance Anymore” produced by Bill Grauer Productions ?.

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Bernard Friedman.

RLP-7520 also on Sesac N-3801/3802 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7503 SAM MAKIA AND HIS ISLANDERS

Sam Makia (steel guitar) and His Islanders (details unknown)

(c. 1961)

 

Hawaiian War Chant (2:17)              

Tahiti Sweetie (2:19) 

Hawaii (2:11)

Wai O Minihaha (2:17) 

Hawaiian Moon (2:42) 

Maui Girl (2:56) 

Hano Hano Hanalei (2:32) 

Lili Ue (2:10) 

Ahi Wela – Moani Keali (1:57) 

Lure of the Island (2:36) 

Vana Vana (2:24) 

Ua Like (2:39) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7503 “The Lurer of Hawaii” produced by Bill Grauer Productions. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Photo Researchers. 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

 
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RLP-7504 LAUREL RIVER VALLEY BOYS 

 

The Laurel River Boys; Byard Ray (fiddler)  John Ray (g)  Ervin Lewis (bj, vcl) 

 

Place and date ; no credit (c. 1961) 

Roll in My Sweet Baby’s Arm (2:51)

Good Old Mountain Dew (3:25) 

Tennessee Blues (3:08) 

Lonesome Road Blues (2:58) 

Old Hen Cackle (3:03) 

John Henry (2:19) 

New River Train (2:55) 

Cumberland Gap )2:53) 

Dance All Night with a Bottle in Your Hand (2:26) 

Train 45 (3:10) 

Sourwood Mountain (3:02) 

Nine Pound Hammer (2:52) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7504 “Dance All Night with A Bottle in Your Hand” produced and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Lawrence Shustak.

RLP-7504 reissued from Judson J-3031

R(S9)M-7504 J-3031 

               

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7505 CHAUNCEY GREY 

 

Chauncey Gray and His Orchestra; details unknown 

New York City; December 1957 

La Seine 

Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves) 

C’Est Si Bon 

Mon Coeur Est un Violin 

La Vie en Rose 

Avril au Portugal (April in Portugal) 

Sous le Ciel de Paris (Under Paris Skies) 

C’Est Magnifique 

L’Ame de Poet (At Last, At Last) 

J’Attendrai 

La Mer 

La Goualante du Pauvre Jean (Poor People of Paris) 

Vous Qiu Passez Sans Me Voir (Passing By) 

J’Ai te Main 

 

NOTE: RLP-7505 “C’est Magnifique – Dance Time in Paris” produced by …

RLP-7505 reissued from Judson J-2203 “Dance Time in Paris” (Stereo) produced by Bill Grauer and notes by Joseph Muranyi.

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by J. F. Smith (from Rapho - Guillumette Pictures) 

RLP-7505     J-2203 (stereo)

                    

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7506 RAY BARRETTO AND HIS CHARANGA ORCHESTRA (Popular series)

Ray Barretto and His Orchestra (details unknown) 

 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; June 1 & 2, 1961

Pachanga Oriental

Barretto En La Tumbadora 

Cumbamaba 

El Paso 

Linda Mulata 

Oye Heck 

Los Curtos 

Pachanga Suavecito 

Ponte Dura 

Pachanga Para Bailar 

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-7506 “Pachanga with Barretto and His Orchestra” produced and recorded by Ray Fowler.

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and front photo by Bernard Friedman. Back liner photo by Steve Schapiro. 

RLP(S9)-7506 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7507 PAUL RENARD (Popular series) 

 

Paul Renard (keyboards) acc by John Cali (g, bj)  Wendell Marshall (b)  Jimmie Crawford (drs) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; April 6, 1961  

Wedding of the Painted Doll (harpsichord) (2:15) 

Let Me Love You Tonight (Hammond organ) (2:56) 

Lightnin’ Rag (honky-tonk piano) (2:07) 

Deep Purple (solo iano) (2:40) 

Drums in My Heart (twin pianos) (2:15) 

South Rampart Street Parade (Wurlizer pipe organ) (2:3) 

Oye Nagra (Wurlitzer pipe organ) (2:22) 

Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue (Hammond organ) (2:21) 

A Handful of Stars (piano, Hammond, celeste) (3:25) 

The Boy Next Door (solo piano) (3:25) 

Darktown Strutters Ball (twin Hammond) (2:37) 

O! (harpsichord) (2:30) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7507 “The Many Keyboards of the amazing Paul Renard” 

produced and recorded by Ray Fowler. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff.

RLP-7507

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7508 OSCAR BRAND (Popular series) 

Oscar Brand (vcl, g)  Dave Sear (bj, vcl-1)  Jean Ritchie (vcl-2)  Eric Darling (vcl, g-3)  The Eveready Trio (4):  Richard Abramson (p)  Michael Cohen (bj) 

 

Brad Spinney (perc) c.1961 

 

The Big Rock Candy Mountain (1) (1:42) 

The Bol Weevil (1) (2:40) 

The Derby Ram (1) (2:15) 

Buffalo Gals (1) (1:25) 

The Frozen Logger (1) (3:36) 

I Gave My Love a Cherry (1) (2) (1:18) 

Paper of Pins (1) (2) (2:15) 

Wat Are little Boys Made Of? (1) (2) (1:18) 

The E-r-i-e Was Rising (3) (2:32) 

Little Brown Jug (3) (2:08) 

The Bowery (4) (2:08) 

Oh, Dem Golden Slippers (4) (2:20) 

Mother Was a Lady (4) (3:18) 

The Sow Took the Measles (1) (2:06) 

Buckeye Jim (1) (1:22) 

This Old Man (1) (1:53) 

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-7508 “An Oscar Brand Songbag of Folk Song Favorites”

Produced by Bill Grauer and Kenneth S. Goldstein; recording Engineer: no credit. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by George Pickow. 

RLP(S9)-7508 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7509 FATHER JOSEPH DUSTIN (C.S.S.R.) and HIS RED-HOT BANJO

 

Father Joseph Dustin (bj)

 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; April 24, 1961

Lover (2:55) 

Medley: (2:20) 

Chinatown, My Chinatown

Limehouse Blues 

Mr. Sandman

Roll on, Mississippi, Roll on (2:50) 

Bye, Bye, Blackbird (2:48) 

I Get the Blues When It Rains (2:38) 

Nevertheless (3:57) 

I Love Paris (2:20) 

Paddlin’ Madelin’ Home (2:43) 

Bye, Bye, Blues (2:03) 

Medley (2:20) 

Humoresque

The Glow Worm

Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home (2:30) 

Charmaine (2:04) 

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-7509 “Father Joseph Dustin: Songs Father Taught Me” produced and recorded by Ray Fowler. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Frank Cowan. 

RLP(S9)-7509 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7510 JUAN CALLE PLAYS YIDDISH FAVORITES IN LATIN TEMPO

 

Juan Calle and Latin Lantzmen; John Cali (g)  Clark Terry, Lou Oles, Doc Cheatham (tp)  Shelly Russell (cl, b-cl, fl)  

Charlie Palmier (p)  Wendell Marshall (b)  Willie Rodriguez (timbales)  Ray Barretto (cng, bongo) Ed Powell (vcl-1) 

 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; April 21 & 25, 1961 

 

Beltz, Mein Shtetele Beltz (Pachanga) (3:59) 

Havah Nagilah (Cha-Cha) (2:38) 

O, Momme! Bin Ich Farliebt (samba) (3:19) 

Die Greene Koseene (merengue) (2:47) 

Glick, Du Bist Gekummen Tzu Shpait (pasadoble) (2:32) 

Papirossen (mambo) (3:16) 

Freilach-a-Nacht (merengue) (3:52) 

Vus De Vilst, Dus Vill Ich Oich (cha-cha) (2:53) (1) 

Baigelach (Bublitchki) (pachnga) (2:58) (1) 

Yossel, Yossel (cha-cha) (2:51) (1) 

Bei Mir Du Shein (merngue) (2:35) (1) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7510 “Mazel Tov, Miss Amigos!” 

produced and recorded by Ray Fowler. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Al Francevich. 

RLP-7510 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7511/12 THE ACTUAL VOICES AND SOUNDS OF WORLD WAR II 

 

RLP-7513/14 WITNESS!: DRAMATIC HIGHLIGHTS OS CONGRESS INVESTIGATIONS 

 

RLP-7515 SASCHA BURLAND AND HIS ORCHESTRA

 

Sascha Burland (vcl)  acc by Maynard Ferguson (tp)  Frank Rehak (tb)  Jim Buffington (frh)  Hal McKusick (as)  

Bobby Jasper (fl, ts)  Phil Bodner (reeds)  Barry Galbraith (g)  Milt Hinton (b)  Osie Johnson (drs)

 

Nola Studios, NYC; January 1960 

 

What’s My Line  

Chiquita Banana  

John’s Spiel  

Sascha Burland (vcl)  acc by  Howard McGee (tp) 

Bobby Jasper (ts, fl)  Dick Hyman (p)  Joe Benjamin (b) 

Osie Johnson (drs) 

 

Nola Studios, NYC; January 1960 

 

Sippin’ in 

Flip Top 

Chippin’ in  

Flittin’ out  

Sascha Burland (vcl)  acc by Ernie Royal (tp)  Frank Rehak (tb)  Jim Buffington (frh)  Hal McKusick (as, fl)  

Bobby Jasper (ts, fl)  Bill Slapin (reeds)  Barry Galbraith (g)  Milt Hinton (b)  Osie Johnson (drs)

Nola Studios, NYC; January 1960 

Quincy’s Quick 

Give Wings to Your Heart 

Perkly-Perk-Perk 

 

NOTE: RLP-7515 “Sascha Burland and His Orchestra: Swingin’ the Jungles” produced by Sascha Burland with Leonard Feather. 

Notes written by Leonard Feather. Recorded by Tom Nola. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Rollie Guild. 

RLP-7515 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7516 PETER USTINOV, LOUIS NYE and more humorists

by some of the world’s top humorists

 

Place and date no credit (early ’60s) 

 Peter Ustinov: The Avon Tire Man 

Henry Morgan: Russian Little Red Riding Hood 

Ronnie Graham: Harry the Hipster 

Louis Nye: Scheme and Plan Ahead 

Louis Nye: The Ten Commandments fo Madison Avenue 

Pete Ustinov: The Governor of Gibraltar 

George Crater: Wind-Up Dolls 

Stanley Holloway: Albert’s Reunion 

 

NOTE: RLP-7516 “Peter Ustinov, Louis Nye and others: How to Be Terribly Funny” produced by Bill Grauer Productions 

and notes written by Peter Drew. Cover design: no credit. 

RLP-7516 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7517 FATHER JOSEPH DUSTIN (C.S.S.R.) AND RED-HOT BANJO 

Father Joseph Dustin (bj) with vocal chorus –(1)

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; November 1961

The Sheik of Araby (2:06) 

I Love My Baby (2:45) 

June Night (2:26) 

Heart of My Heart (1) (2:48) 

Shine on, Harvest Moon (1) (2:00) 

In a Little Spanish Town (2:27) 

Rita, the Outdoor Girl (1) (2:05) 

A Stephen Foster Medley (2:21) 

Cecilia (3:08) 

Sweet Georgia Brown (2:19) 

Doodle Doo Doo (1) (2:00) 

Do You Ever Think of Me? (2:05) 

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-7517 “Father Joseph Dustin: More Songs Father Taught Me”

Produced and recorded by Ray Fowler. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photo by Frank Cowan, back liner photo by Steve Schapiro. 

RLP(S9)-7517 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

 
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RLP-7518 THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE STRINGS 

 

Details unknown c. early 1960s 

British Grenadiers (2:20) 

Colonel Bogie March (2:35) 

Anchors Aweigh (2:03) 

Scotland the Brave (2:37) 

The Yellow Rose of Texas (2:50) 

The Volga Boatman (3:05) 

When the Saints Go Marching In (2:25) 

Under the Double Eagle (2:25) 

Knighstbridge March (2:44) 

Marching Strings (2:45) 

Waltzing Matilda (1:51) 

Deep in the Heart of Texas (2:06) 

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-7518 “Strings on the March!” produced by Bill Grauer Productions. 

RLP(S9)-7518 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7519 ERNEST MAXIN ORCHESTRA

 

The Ernest Maxin Orchestra: details unknown

 

c. early 1960s

High Hopes (2:05) 

The Third Man Theme (3:20) 

Say One for Me (3:00) 

Happiness Is a Thing Called Joe (2:51) 

Almost in Your Arms (2:03) 

The Tender Trap (2:57) 

Moonglow (2:37) 

Thank Heaven for Little Girls (2:41) 

On the Beach (2:54) 

Sapphire (3:00) 

Hold My Hand (2:20) 

High Noon (3:30) 

 

NOTE: RLP(S9)-7519 “Great Themes from Great Movies” 

Produced by Bill Grauer Productions. and  mastered, 1961 by Plaza Sound Studios. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Peter Suhula. 

RLP(S9)-7519

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7520 U.S. MERCHANT MARINE GLEE CLUB 

 

United States Merchant Marine Academy – Kings Point Glee Club conducted by George V. Rose. 

and arrangements by William Dequire. 

 

Place and date; no credit

What Shall We Do with A Drunken Sailor (1:10) 

Goodbye Fare You Well (2:35) 

Bobby Shafto (1:54) 

Wrap Me Up (2:42) 

Leave Her, Johnny (:45) 

Hanging Johnny (:36) 

Boney Bonaparte (:44) 

Sacramento (1:42) 

Captain Kidd (3:58) 

The Leaky Boat (1:44) 

The Mermaid (2:10) 

Tommy’s Go to Hilo (4:27) 

Lowlands (3:12) 

Shenandoah (2:40) 

Goodbye My Lover, Goodbye (1:42) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7520 “Songs of the Sea” produced by Arthur Pine and mastered by Plaza Sound Studios

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph, no credit. 

RLP-7520 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7521 VIC OBECK: ISOMETRIC EXERCISING 

 

Vic Obeck (comments about exercises)

 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; November 1961 

The Lifting exercise 

The Curling exercise 

The pressing exercise 

The abdominal exercise 

The neck exercise 

The bowling exercise 

The golf exercise 

The tennis exercise 

 

NOTE: RLP-7521 “Isometric Exercising” produced and edited by Barrett Clark and recorded by Ray Fowler. 

Cover design; no credit and photograph by Mike Cuesta. 

RLP-7521 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7522 GLEM McCARTHY 

 

Glem McCarthy (describe) Ed Sullivan (special narration) 

place and date no credit 

Great Prizefights 

Great Horse Races 

 

NOTE: RLP-7522 “The Voice of American Sports”

produced and notes written by Bud Greenspan. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

RLP-7522 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7523 THE BAND OF THE COLDSTREAM GUARDS 

 

The Coldstream Guards (details unknown)

 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; 1961?

 

Tumblin’ Tumbleweed (2:46) 

Wagon Train Theme (3:07) 

The Yellow Rose of Texas (2:39) 

Don’t Fence Me in (2:25) 

Ragtime Cowboy Joe (3:56) 

High Noon (3:29) 

Cheyenne Theme (3:18) 

Wyatt Earp Theme (2:33) 

Red River Valley (2:19) 

Home on the Range (3:22) 

Riders in the Sky (2:55) 

The Last Roundup (3:43) 

 

NOTE: RLP7523 “The Coldstream Guards Go West” produced by Bill Grauer Productions. 

Mastered by Neal Ceppos. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

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RLP-7524 TED MAKSYMOWICZ ORCHESTRA 

 

Ted Maksymowicz (vln) Orchestra; with 3brass, 3 reeds, accordion, bass, drums and piano. (details unknown) 

Place and date no credit (1961-62?)

Hoop Dee Doo (2:25) 

Hop Scotch Polka (2:18) 

Double Eagle Polka (2:08) 

Blue Skirt Waltz (2:05) 

Beer Barrel Polka (3:35) 

Colonel Bogie (2:03) 

Meadowland Schottische (1:52) 

Pennsylvania Polka (2:38) 

Wishing Well Polka (2:00) 

Tinker Polka (2:04) 

Liechtensteiner Polka (2:17) 

Foxy Polka 

 

NOTE: RLP-7524 “We Love Polka Music” produced by Bill Grauer Productions and notes written by Nat Hentoff.

Cover designed by no credit and illustration by Evtemey? 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7525 GALLOWGLASS CEILI BAND 

 

Details unknown (gallowglass music)

 

early 1960?

Medley: O’Neill’s Man/ I Won’t Be A Nun 

Medley: The Sally Gardens/ Miss Monaghan/ The Boys of the Lough 

Old St. Paul’s 

Medley: The Sunshine Hornpip/ Kitty’s Wedding 

Medley: Lamb Skinnet/ The bugle Horn/ Doherty’s Fancy

Valse Gearmanach 

Parnell’s March 

Medley: Follow Me Down to Carlow/ Hide and Go Seek 

Medley: Boolabogue/ The Croppy Boy/ Shall My soul Pass through Old Ireland 

Medley: Mock’s Rambles/ Sord Colmcille 

Medley: Lannigan’s Ball/ Smash the Windows/ My Love She Slept 

Medley: T’was Pretty to Be in Ballindrr/ The Castle of Dromore/ The Little Red Lark 

 

NOTE: RLP-7525 “Come to the Ceili – Favorite Irish Dance” reissue from Top Rank International Label? 

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RLP-7526 THE HARRY ARNOLD ORCHESTRA

 

Sixten Eriksson (tp)  Bengt-Arne Wallin (tp)  Weine Renliden (tp)  Lennart Sundevall (tp)  Ake Persson (tb)  Andreas Skjold (tb)  

Georg Vernon (tb)  Bob Henders (tb)  Arne Domnerus (as)  Rolf Backman (as)  Bjarne Nerem (ts)  Rolf Blomquist (ts)  

Johnny Ekh (brs)  Knud Jorgensen (p)  Georg Riedel (b)  William Schiopffe (drs)  Harry Arnold (cond) 

Stockholm; October 10, 1960

I Love Paris (2:08)  

Can’t Help Lovin’ That Man (2:29) 

Some Enchanted Evening (3:52) 

Make Believe (2:44) 

 

Sixten Eriksson (tp)  Bengt-Arne Wallin (tp)  Weine Renliden (tp) 

Gosta Nilsson (tp)  Eddie Kohler (tp)  Ake Persson (tb)  

Andreas Skjold (tb)  Georg Vernon (tb)  Jorgen Johansson (tb) 

Arne Domnerus (as)  Rolf Backman (as)  Bjarne Nerem (ts)  

Rolf Blomquist (ts)  Johnny Ekh (brs)  Rune Ofwerman (p)

Georg Riedel (b)  William Schiopffe (drs) 

 

Stockholm; October 27, 1960

 

It’s All Right with Me (2:15)  

C’est Magnifique (2:36)  

I’m in Love (2:25) 

 

Sixten Eriksson (tp)  Bengt-Arne Wallin (tp)  Weine Renliden (tp)  Ernie Englund (tp)  Leif Uvemark  (tp)  Ake Persson (tb)  

Andreas Skjold (tb)  Georg Vernon (tb)  Jorgen Johansson (tb)  Arne Domnerus (as)  Rolf Backman (as)  Bjarne Nerem (ts)  

Rolf Blomquist (ts)  Johnny Ekh (brs)  Rune Ofwerman (p)  Georg Riedel (b)  William Schiopffe (drs)  Harry Arnold (cond)

 

Stockholm; November 10, 1960

 

Ol’ Man River (2:43)  

Why Do I Love You (2:51) 

 

Benny Bailey (tp)  Sixten Eriksson (tp)  Bengt-Arne Wallin (tp)  Weine Renliden (tp)  Gosta Nilsson (tp)  Ake Persson (tb)  

Andreas Skjold (tb)  Georg Vernon (tb)  Jorgen Johansson (tb)  Arne Domnerus (as)  Rolf Backman (as)  Bjarne Nerem (ts)  

Rolf Blomquist (ts)  Johnny Ekh (brs)  Rolf Larsson (p)  Georg Riedel (b)  William Schiopffe (drs)  Harry Arnold (cond)

 

Stockholm; January 12, 1961

 

Hey There (2:44)  

They Say It Wonderful (2:30) 

If I Were A Bell (2:29)  

 

NOTE: Metronome MLP-15069 (Swd) reissued as also on RLP(S9)-7526

RLP(S9)-7526 “Let’s Dance on Broadway – Hit Show Tunes” edited by Bill Grauer Productions and mastered at Plaza Sound Studios. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

RLP(S9)-7526 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP- 7527 THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE STRINGS 

 

The Knightsbridge Strings (details unknown)

 

1961?

Mack the Knife (2:39)  

The Yellow Rose of Texas (2:07) 

Hey There (3:30) 

Song from “Moulin Rouge” (2:23) 

Too Young (2:49) 

Catch a Falling Star (1:55) 

Poor People of Paris (2:02) 

You Belong to Me (2:55) 

My Foolish Heart (3:24) 

Tammy (2:57) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7527 “The Strings Sing Again” produced by Bill Grauer Productions. Mastered 1962 at Plaza Sound Studios. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photo by Mike Cuesta. 

RLP-7527 

             

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7528 THE HARRY ROBINSON ORCHESTRA 

 

Strings orchestra details unknown

 

1961? 

Me and My Shadow (2:36) 

By the Waters of Minnetonka (2:51) 

I’m in Love Again (3:44) 

Summer in Madrid (3:16) 

East of Eden (2:59) 

Early Autumn (4:09) 

While We’re Young (3:40) 

I’m Getting Sentimental over You (1:59) 

The Blue Hills (3:13) 

All in the Game (2:59) 

Song of Yesterday (3:40) 

Deep Purple (3:25) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7528 “Moody and Magnificent” produced by Bill Grauer Productions and mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photo by Mike Cuesta. 

RLP-7528 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7529 THE REGIS SYMPHONIC BAND 

 

The Regis Symphonic Band (details unknown)

 

1961 ? 

Ado for Drummers (3:15) 

Haul Away, Johnnie (3:52) 

The Camptown Races (2:50) 

Carnival Time (2:16) 

American Salute (3:25) 

Song of the Maggi (2:06) 

Elephant Tango (2:07) 

Fandango (3:35) 

The Irish Washerwoman (2:48) 

Pavanne (2:50) 

The Planets (7:15) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7529 “Concert in the Park” produced by Bill Grauer Productions and mastered at Plaza Sound Studios, 1962. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photo by Three Lyons. 

RLP-7529 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7530 PHILLIP GREEN ORCHESTRA 

 

Phillip Green and His Orchestra (details unknown)

 

1962 ? 

A Wand’ring Minstrel (2:36) 

Take a Pair of Sparkling Eyes (2:52) 

Oh, Goddess Wise (3:25) 

Ah, Well Beloved (4:03) 

None Shall Part Us (3:44) 

Love Is a Plaintive Song (3:59) 

The Moon and I (2:51) 

Oh, Dry the Glistening Tear (2:49) 

Had I the Love of Such as He (2:42) 

Poor Wandering One (2:49) 

Oh, Amorous Dove (2:56) 

Free from Fetters Grim (3:21) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7530 “Great Waltzes from Gilbert & Sullivan” produced by Bill Grauer Productions and mastered at Plaza Sound Studios. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

R(S9)M-7530 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7531 HARRY ARNOLD ORCHESTRA

 

Harry Arnold and His Orchestra (details unknown)

 

1962 ? 

 

Lover (2:39) 

This Can’t Be Love (2:58) 

Blue Moon (3:10) 

It Might As Well Be Spring (2:44) 

There’s A Small Hotel (2:38) 

Isn’t It Romantic (2:59) 

My funny Valentine (2:42) 

You Are Too Beautiful (2:47) 

Have You Mt Miss Jones? (2:45) 

Falling in Love with Love (3:06) 

Where or When (2:30) 

Dancing on the Ceiling (2:34) 

 

NOTE: RLP7531 “Dancing on Broadway to Music of Richard Rodgers” produced by Bill Greuer Productions and 

mastered at Plaza Sound Studios. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

RLP-7531 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7532 THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE STRINGS 

 

The Knightsbridge Strings (details unknown) 

 

1962 ? 

I Love You Truly (2:50) 

Fascination (2:48) 

Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland (3:05) 

It Happened in Monterey (3:04) 

I’ll Be with You in Apple Blossom Time (2:46) 

Lovely Lady (3:06) 

Missouri Waltz (2:58) 

Remember (2:56) 

Always (2:47) 

Mistakes (2:47) 

Carolina Moon (2:49) 

Diane (2:59) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7532 “Waltzing Strings” produced by Bill Grauer Productions. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Three Lyons. 

RM(S9)-7532 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7533 THE KNIGHTSBRIDGE STRINGS 

 

Knightsbridge Strings (details unknown)

 

England; c. early 1960s

Walking Shoes (2:24) 

Cherokee (2:35) 

Take the “A” Train (2:00) 

Muskrat Ramble (2:30) 

Boogie on the March (2:37) 

St. Louis Blues (3:28) 

Fiddler’s Boogie (2:47) 

I Got Plenty of Nothin’ (3:02) 

The Breeze and I (2:01) 

The Big Beat (2:24) 

Maria’s Mantilla (2:25) 

I Cried for You (2:11) 

 

NOTE: RM(S9)-7533 “Big Beat” produced by Bill Grauer Productions and recording Engineer; no information

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph by Frederic Smith. 

RM(S9)-7533 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7535 THE LONESOME RIVER BOYS 

 

The Lonesome River Boys; Jack Tottle (mandolin, lead vcl)  John Kaparakis (g, tenor vcl)  Rick Churchill (bj and baritone vcl)  

James Buchanan (fiddle)  Dick Stowe (b, bass vcl) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; 1962 ? 

Leavin’ Tennessee (2:48) 

Raise Ruckus (1:53) 

Railroad Bill (2:38) 

Whoa Mule (1:38) 

Charlotte Town Jail (2:22) 

Grandfather’s Clock (2:09) 

Payday at Coal Creek (2:57) 

Dark-Eyed Sally (2:06) 

Lost John (1:43) 

Down Yonder (2:15) 

I’ll Pawn You My Gold Watch and Chain (2:05) 

Rocky Island (1:58) 

Jimmy Brown, the Newsboy (2:30)

Sugar Hill (1:58) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7535 “Raise A Ruckus” produced by Ed Mitchell and recorded by Ray Fowler. 

Cover designed and photo by Ken Deardoff, back liner photo by Jim Marshall. 

RLP-7535 

          

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RLP-7536 HARRY ARNOLD AND HIS ORCHESTRA (Popular series)

 

Harry Arnold and His Orchestra (full Orchestra with strings details unknown) 

c. early 1960s ?

I Concentrate on You (2:55) 

You Do Something to Me (2:55) 

Begin the Beguine (3:42) 

I Love You (2:50) 

I’ve Got You under My Skin (2:44) 

Easy to Love (2:30) 

In the Still of the Night (2:37) 

Just One of Those Things (2:35) 

Experiment (2:31) 

All Through the Night (3:00) 

Rosalie (2:49) 

Old Fashioned Garden (3:03) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7536 “Dancing on Broadway to The Music of Cole Porter” produced by Bill Grauer Productions. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

RLP-7536 (sampler)

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RM(S9)-7537 THE HOMESTEADERS 

 

The Homesteaders: (four voices, details unknown) with instrumental arrangement by Walter Raim. 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; 1962 

 

Railroad Bill (3:30) 

Cape Cod girls (1:48) 

Abilene (3:16) 

Titanic (2:05) 

The Silkie (3:19) 

Whoa, Buck (2:59) 

Roll on, Columbia (2:15) 

Last Monday Morning (2:43) 

Mary Ann (2:33) 

Nine Pound Hammer (2:20) 

Strange Here (3:16) 

She’s Like the Swallow (2:54) 

 

NOTE: RLP-7537 “Railroad Bill” produced by Ed Mitchell and recorded by Ray Fowler. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and illustration by Bill Charmatz. 

RM(S9)-7537 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RM(S9)-7538 THR FIRST CUBAN AT THE U.N.

 

Bobby Shields (comedy talk)

 

c.1962 

 

Never-to-Be-Forgotten Words (1:35) 

Who’s Communist? (0:35) 

The Missiles (2:23) 

Sugar Daddy (2:38) 

The Puppet (1:45) 

My American Relations (4:19) 

Please, Mr. Khrushchev (1:20) 

Beards (0:48) 

The Dictator (1:17) 

The Firing Squad (1:45) 

The Chicken-Picker (2:13)  

The Crisis (0:37) 

Progress, Education and Things (4:51) 

 

NOTE: RM(S9)-7538 “The first Cuban at The U.N.” produced by Clyde Otis for An Argon Productions.

Design; no credit and illustration by Hamilton. 

RM(S9)-7538 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RM(S9)-7539 VARIOUS ARTISTS; BOB GIBSON, STAPLE SINGERS, etc. 

 

BOB GIBSON: Whoa Buck (2:35) 

THE HOMESTEADER: Railroad Bill (3:40) 

SONNY TERRY: Red River (2:25) 

OSCAR BRAND: The E-ri-e Was Rising (2:34) 

CYNTHIA GOODING: I Know Where I’m Going (1:55) 

THE STAPLE SINGERS: A Dying Man’ Plea (2:48) 

 ODETTA: Make Me a Pallet on the Floor (3:46) 

BILLY FAIER: Bahaman Lullaby (4:13) 

THE LONESOME RIVER BOYS: Raise a Ruckus (1:52) 

MEMPHIS SLIM: Sunnyland Train (3:56) 

ERIC WEISSBERG & DICK ROSMINI: Hard Ain’t It Hard (2:01) 

JOHN LEE HOOKER: I Rowed a Little Boat (3:25) 

 

NOTE: RM(S9)-7539 “All American Hootenanny” produced by Bill Grauer Productions.

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and Robert Bleckman. 

RM(S9)-7539 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RM(S9)-7540 SING ALONG IN FRENCH, VOLUME ONE 

 

All details unknown.

Aupres De Ma Blonde (French Folk Song)  

A La Claire Fontaine (French folk song) 

Vive La Jeunesse (traditional French round) 

En Revenant De La Jolie Rochelle (Sailor’s song) 

En Passant Par La Lorraine (French folk song) 

Le Secret Du Ruisseau (Swiss song) 

Sur Les Bords De La Loire (sailor’s song) 

Joe, Le Vieux Noir Old Black Joe) 

Le Moulin (German song) 

Bonsoir (German song) 

Mon Joli Troubadour (The Minstrel Boy) 

Oh Suzannah! (Oh, Susanna) 

Tecce Voda Tecce (Slavic melody) 

Chant Des Adieuz 

 

NOTE: RM(S9)-7540 “Sing Along in French” produced by Bill Grauer Productions. Cover design: no credit. 

RM(S9)-7540 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RM(S9)-7541 HERB STRAUSS 

 

Herb Strauss (vcl) acc by Mundell Lowe (g, arr) and His Friends; unknown (g) (b) (perc) (fl-1) (oboe-2) (accordion-3)

 

Cue Recording Studios, NYC; June 1957

 

Rumbaling (2:24) 

Story of Shenandoah (1) (2) (4:53) J-1

Marie (3) (1:36) 

Ten Thousand Miles (2:49) 

Aura Lee (2) (3:23) 

When (1:54) 

La Jesucita (1:33) 

Spanish Is the Loving Tongue (3) (3:12) 

Come My Pretty Lady (1) (2:52) 

Water Boy (5:09) 

Perhaps (3) (3:05) 

Raisins and Almonds (2:29) 

 

NOTE: Judson L-RM(S9)-7541 reissue of Judson L-3003 

Judson L-3003 “Folk Music for People Who Hate Folk Music” produced by Judson Records notes written by Jean Volme. 

Recording Engineer: Mel Kaiser. Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller. 

J-1 “The Birth of a Label introducing JUDSON Records” edited by Ray fowler; re-recorded by Jack Matthews. Cover designed by Paul Bacon. 

RM(S9)-7541  L-3003 J-1 

                      

JUDSON REOCRDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y. 

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RM(S9)-7542 BOB GIBSON: CARNEGIE CONCERT

Bob Gibson (vcl, bj)

 

Recorded at Carnegie Hall; February 11, 1957

 

Bob Gibson and audience

Some introductory remarks (0:37) 

Michael, Row the Boat Ashore (3:57) 

Day-O (3:43) 

Go Down to Bimini (3:14) 

Wheel-a Matilda (3:14) 

You Must Come in at the Door (2:44) 

Good News (4:58) 

Bob Gibson:

Sail Away, Lady (1:40) 

Alberta (3:04) 

The Erie Canal (3:15) 

Pushboat (3:51) 

There Once Was a Poor Young Man (1:37) 

Some fragments of marital advice: (1:23) 

When I Was Single

Marry a Texas Girl

Mighty Day (2:08) 

John Riley (2:58) 

 

NOTE: RM(S9)-7543 reissued from RLP12-816 

RM(S9)-7542 “Carnegie Concert” Produced and  notes written by Orrin Keepnews; also notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. 

Recorded by Ray Fowler. Cover designed artwork by Ken Deardoff. 

RM(S9)-7542 RLP12-816 

               

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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RM(S9)-7543 VARIOUS: ALL-STAR HOOTENANNY, VOL. 2

 

BOB GIBSON: Titanic (2:17) 

THE STAPLE SINGERS: Cottonfields (2:08) 

THE LONESOME RIVER BOYS: Sugar Hill (1:58) 

JOHN LEE HOOKER: Black Snake (3:34) 

OSCAR BRAND with ERIK DARLING: No More Booze (2:37) 

THE MILLBURNAIRES ’63: What Have They Done to the Rain (2:36) 

THE HOMESTRADERS: Last Monday Morning (2:43) 

ODETTA: Oh, Papa (3:16) 

BILLY FAIER: The Darby Ram (3:52) 

MEMPHIS SLIM: Highway 61 (4:15) 

ED McCARDY: Get Up and Bar the Door (2:08) 

THE CAROLINA FREEDOM FIGHTERS:

Woke Up This Morning with My Mind on Freedom (2:49

 

NOTE: RM(S9)-7543 “All-Star Hootenanny, Vol. 2”

produced by Bill Grauer Productions .Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

RM(S9)-7543 

              

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

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