Family label  

Judson label     


J-1
THE BIRTH OF A LABEL INTRODUCING JUDSON RECORDS

with a varied sampling from outstanding HI FIDELITY albums  

 

 

Side 1 

  1. Fire Festival Polka: An Evening with Strauss (L-3006) 

  2. Mine: Dance time (L-3001) 

  3. Au Clair de la Lune, etc.: Chansons Popular Francaises (L-3008) 

  4. Wild Bill Hikok: Will Rogers, Jr., and Tom Scott (L-3013) 

  5. Come Rain or Come Shine: A Harold Arlen Showcase (L-3005) 

  6. Story of Shenandoah: Folk Music for People Who Hate Folk Music (L-3003) 

Side 2 

  1. Black Is the Color: Love Songs – Old and New (L-3010) 

  2. Dancing in the Dark: Dancing in the Dark (L-3009) 

  3. Twelve Bottles: Henry Morgan! (L-3016) 

  4. Arima Tonight: Geoffrey Holder’s Steel Srums Trio (L-3014) 

  5. All through the Night: Songs My Mother Taught Me (L-3012) 

  6. Excerpts from Orpheus in the Underworld and Tales of Hoffman: An Evening with Offenbach (L-3002) 

 

NOTE: J-1 “The Birth of a Label introducing JUDSON Records” edited by Ray fowler; re-recorded by Jack Matthews.

Cover designed by Paul Bacon. 

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER RODUCITONS. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY

 


L-3001
CHAUNCEY GRAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA: DANCE TIME!
  

 

Chauncey Gray (p) and His Orchestra; details unknown

WOR-Mutual Studios, NYC; June 10, 1957

Medley: (13:54) Judson L-3001

Mine/ They All Laughed/ 

Love Walked In/ Clap Yo’ Hands/ 

Of Thee I Sing/ Fascinating Rhythm/ 

But Not for Me/ Someone to Watch Over Me/ 

Soon/ Embraceable You 

Medley: (13:33)      -

I’ve Got a Crush on You/ Bidin’ My time/ 

Somebody Loves Me/ Do-Do-Do/ 

Lady Be Good/ A Foggy Day/ ‘Swonderful/ 

Nice Work If You Can Get It/ 

Love Is Here to Stay/ I Got Rhythm 

 

NOTE: Judson L-3001 “Dance Time!: Playing music of George Gershwin”

Produced by Bill Grauer; recording Engineer: Sam Morse. Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller. 

“Mine” also on Judson J-1 “The birth of A Label introducing JUDSON Records”

J-1 edited by Ray Fowler; re-recorded by Jack Matthews. Cover by designed by Paul Bacon

 

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L-3002
AN EVENING WITH OFFENBACH

Orchestra Selections from the Works of JACQUES OFFENBACH  

 

 

Vienna State Opera Orchestra conducted by Joseph Drechsler (details unknown) 

Place and date no detail

Side 1 

Overture, Orpheus in the Underworld – Waltz Scene, Tales of Hoffman – Song and Dance, Fortunio’s Song – Dance, Paris Life – March, La Belle Helene – Gypsy Song, Genevieve de Brabant – Dance, Bridge of Sighs – The King’s Couplet, La Orpheus I the Underworld – Life Begins at Midnight, Paris Life – Dance, Orpheus I the Underworld 

– Can-Can, Paris Life 

Side 2

Ballad of the Princess of Trebizond – Song of Paris, Le Belle Helene – Yes, I Hear the Vesper Bell, A Marriage by Lantern Light – To Battle, Gods and Violin Solo, Orpheus in the Underworld – Let’s Dance, Dance and Let’s Go, Paris Life – Menelaos’ Couplet, La Belle Helene – Minuet and Barcarole, Tales of Hoffman – Galloping through Hell, Orpheus in the Underworld – Waltz and Final and Overture, La Belle Helene. 

 

NOTE: L-3002 “An Evening with Offenbach” produced by Judson Label.

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller. 

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

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


L-3003
HERB STRAUSS:
FOLK MUSIC FOR PEOPLE WHO HATE FOLK MUSIC 
  

 

 

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

Cue Recording Studios, NYC; June 1957

Rumbaling (2:24)                                Judson L-3003

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)                                             -

Raisiiins and Almonds (2:29)                           -

 

NOTE: 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. 

L-3003 reissued as Riverside RLP-7541.

 

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JUDSON REOCRDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

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


L-3004
KENNY DREW: A HARRY WARREN SHOWCASE
  

 

 

Kenny Drew (p)  Wilbur Ware (b)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; February 1957

You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby (2:01)             Judson L-3004

Lullaby of Broadway (1:53)                                                    -

Remember Me? (1) (3:52)                                                       -

Jeepers Creepers (3:05)                                                           -

I Only Have Eyes for You (4:00)                                             -

You’re My Everything (2:40)                                                  -

You’ll Never Know (2:53)                                                       -

The Boulevard of Broken Dreams (1) (4:06)                          -

You’re Getting to Be a Habit with Me (2:03)                          -

Serenade in Blue (3:07)                                                           -

About a Quarter to Nine (2:34)                                                -

September in the Rain (2:37)                                                   -

 

NOTE: (1) omit W. Ware

All 12 titles also on WWLJ-7091, VICJ-60689CD

L-3004 “A Harry Warren Showcase” produced by Orrin Keepnews and recording Engineer: Jack Higgins. 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller.

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER RODUCITONS. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY

 


L-3005
KENNY DREW: A HAROLD ARLENSHOWCASE
  

 

Kenny Drew (p)  Wilbur Ware (b)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; 1957

Come Rain or Come Shine (2:45)                               Judson L-3005     J-1

That Old Black Magic (3:24)                                                     -

Over the Rainbow (3:14)                                                           -

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (2:20)                     -

As Long As I Live (2:49)                                                           -

It’s Only a Paper Moon 2:13)                                                     -

Stormy Weather (3:02)                                                               -

I’ve Got the World on A String (2:20)                                        -

Let’s Fall in Love (2:35)                                                             -

Ill Wind (1) (3:02)                                                                      -

Blues in the Night (2:41)                                                            -

Get Happy (2:47)                                                                        -

 

NOTE: (1) omit W. Ware 

All 12 titles also on Judson J-2205 (stereo), WWLJ-7092

L-3005 “A Harold Arlen Showcase” produced by Bill Grauer and recording Engineer: Jack Higginsaul 

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.

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER RODUCITONS. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY

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L-3006
An Evening with Strauss: Viennese Waltzes and Polkas
  


L-3007  

 


L-3008
FRANCOISE PREVOST: CHANSON POPULARIES FRANCAISES
  

 

Francoise Prevost (French vcl) acc by Luc Poret (g) 

Cue Recording Studios, NYC; May 30, 1957 

Side 1 

1. Carthagene                                                          Judson L-3008 

2. La Fille de Labourou                                                     -

3. Trois Jeunes Tambours                                                  -

4. Chevaliers de la Table Ronde                                        -

5. Nous Irons a Valparaiso                                                 -

6. V’la l’bon Vent                                                              -

7. Chansons Enfantines:                                                    -                          J-1

Au Clair de la Lune; Frere Jacques; 

Meunier tu Dors; Sur le Pont D’Avignon; 

Savez Planter les Choux 

8. Le Mariage Anglais                                                       -

Side 2 

1. Le Prisonier de Nantes                                                  -

2. Jean Francois                                                                 -

3. Mon Capitaine                                                               -

4. Troupiau                                                                        -

5. Passant par Paris                                                            -

6. Complainte de Mandrin                                                 -

7. Gentil Conquelicot                                                        -

8. Lison                                                                              -

9. Le Pauvre Conscrit                                                        -

 

NOTE: L-3008 “Chanson Populaires Francaises” produced by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Jean Volme. 

Recording engineer; Mel Kaiser and Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph from Magnum Photos. 

“Au Clair de la Lune” also on JUDSON J-1 “The Birth of a Label introducing JUDSON Records” edited by Ray Fowler and 

re-recorded by Jack Matthews. Cover by Paul Bacon. 

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER RODUCITONS. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY

 


L-3009
LENNY HERMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
  

 

Lenny Herman and His Orchestra; Lenny Herman (vibraharp, accordion)  Alan Shurr (cl, ts)  

Charlie Shaw (p, org, solovox and celeste)  Earl “Gumypy” Comfort (violin, bass)  Stan Scott (drs)  

Unknown place and date; c. mid 1950s

Love, Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere (2:54)             Judson L-3009

Peg o’ My Heart (2:30)                                                           -

Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey (1) (2:52)                        -

You Made Me Love You (2:45)                                              -

I Want a Little Girl (2:42)                                                       -

Grandfather’s Clock (1) (2:55)                                               -

What Is This Thing Called Love (2:48)                                  -

I’m in the Mood for Love (2:59)                                            -

Under Paris Skies (2:38)                                                         -

Once in a While (2:56)                                                           -

Dancing in the Dark (2:59)                                                     -                        J-1 

I Love You (2:47)                                                                   -

 

NOTE: (1) chorus added

Judson L-3009 ”Dancing in the Dark” originally by Livingston Audio. Cover design by Paul Bacon & photo 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. 

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER RODUCITONS. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY

 


L-3010
DYLAN TODD
(folklore)  

 

Dylan Todd (vcl, g)

Cue Recordings, NYC; May 21, 1957

Side 1 

Aura Lee (2:26)                                Judson L-3010

Passing By (1:35)                                          -

Greensleaves (4:15)                                       -

My Love’s an Arbutus (1:35)                        -

Unchained melody (3:13)                             -

A Border Affair (3:26)                                  -

To Celia (2:06)                                              -

Troubadour’s Song (2:19)                             -

Early One Morning (2:35)                            -

Red River Valley (1:55)                                -

Black Is the Color (1:55)                              -                     J-1 

Mo Mary (3:07)                                            -

Green Grows the Lilacs (2:18)                     -

Waly, Waly (1:34)                                         -

Autumn’s Going (2:22)                                 -

 

NOTE: Judson L-3010 “Dylan Todd: Love Songs – Old and New” produced by Kenneth S. Goldstein. 

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. 

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER RODUCITONS. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY

 


L-3011
CUBAN CARNIVAL: TRADITIONAL DANCE MUSIC OF CUBA
  

 

RLP-4005 FESTIVAL IN HAVANA: FOLK MUSIC OF CUBA 

personal; no credit

Havana, Cuba; Spring 1956 

Side 1 

1. Tumbando Cana (Conga) 

2. El Barracon (Conga) 

3. Consuelate Como Yo (Rumba Guaganco) 

4. Dondon EStabas Anoche (Rumba Guaganco) 

5. Ultima Rumba (Rumba Guaganco) 

6. La Chambelona (Conga Liberal) 

Side 2 

1. Tumba la Cana (Conga Conservatore) 

2. Siento un Bombo (Conga) 

3. Desengano de los Roncos (Rumba Guaganco) 

4. Malanga (Rumba Columbia) 

5. Ava Maria Morena (Rumba Yambo) 

6. Mirala Que Linda Viene (Conga) 

 

NOTE: RLP-4005 produced by Bill Grauer under the technical supervision of Odilio Urfe and the Instituto Musical de Investigacions Folkloricas.

Recorded in Havana, Cuba, Spring 1956.

Notes by Odilio Urfe translated by E. G Aghib; adapted by Orrin Keepnews. Cover designed by Gene Gogerty. 

RLP-4005 reissued as Washington WLP-728 & Judson L-3011.

WLP-728 produced by Bill Grauer. Cover-Paul Bacon photo- Paul Weller.arr by Ignacio Pineiro. 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

418 West 49th Street New York 19, N.Y. 


L-3012
Emil Code Choir: Songs My Mother Taught Me
  


L-3013
Will Rogers Jr. and Tom Scott:
Great American Folk Heroes
(= Wonderland)  

 


J-3014
GEOFFREY HOLDER’S STEEL BAND
 
The strange and fascinating rhythms of the West Indies 

 

Geoffrey Holder’s Steel Band; Alfonso Marshall (guitar pan)  Rod Clavery (second pan)  Leonard Ryers (ping pong)  

Michael Alexander (ping pong)  Geoffrey Holder (leader, incidental timba drumming, sticks, and whistling by Holder)  

Trinidad Hummingbirds; Geoffrey Holder (vcl) and other members (chorus) added (A-2,5) (B-2,5) 

New York; April 21 and 26, 1954

SIDE 1

  1. Dragon Walk (1:36)                  RLP-8004     J-3014 

  2. Miss Lily White                               -

  3. Cocoanuts (1:47)                             -                  -

  4. Arima Tonight (1:44)                      -                  -           J-1

  5. Invocation                                        -

  6. La Bouet (2:33)                               -                  -

SIDE 2

  7. Tennessee Waltz (1:07)                   -                  -

  8. Sol Leve Woyo                                -                  -

  9. Mike’s Mambo                                                    -

10. Sali, Sali Water                                -                  -

11. Pendant Moin dans l’Armee                               -

12. Mambo Jambo (5:17)                      -                  -

 

NOTE: RLP-8004 Geoffrey Holder’s Steel Drum Trio” notes written by Robert L. Thompson. 

L-3014 “Geoffrey Holder’s Steel Band” produced by Bill Grauer and Orrin Keepnews. Notes written by Orrin Keepnews. Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photography 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. 

J-3014 reissued as Washington WLP-708 

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER RODUCITONS. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY

RLP-8004

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J-3015
SLUGGER RYAN PLAYS HONKY TONK PIANO
  

 

Slugger Ryan (the old upright piano)  Al Caiola (bj)  Frank Carroll (b)  Bobby Rosengarten (drs) 

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; January 8, 1958 

Side 1  

1. The Slugger Speaks 

        My Melancholy Baby                       J-3015 

2. Honky Tonk Baby                                     -

3. The Naked Dance                                     -

4. 12th Street Rag                                         -

5. Slugger’s Maple Leaf Rag                        -

Side 2 

1. Tiger Rag                                                  -

2. St. Louis Blues                                         -

3. Slugger’s Blues                                        -

4. Hot-Rock Rock                                        -

5. Darktown Strutters Ball                           -

6. Slugger Swings Out                                 -

 

NOTE: “Slugger Ryan Plays Honky Tonk Piano” produced by Bill Grauer and notes written by Slugger Ryan. 

Recorded by Jack Higgin. Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller.

(Slugger Ryan of Bil Baird’s Marionettes – cover doll) 

L-3015 also on stereo (J-2204) and Wonderland RLP-1426 

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER RODUCITONS. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY


J-3016
Henry Morgan: The Best of Henry Morgan
 

 


J-3017
BANJOS, BANJOS AND MORE BANJOS! 
 

 

Dick Weissman (bj, vcl-1)  Billy Faier (bj, vcl-2)  Eric Weissberg (bj, g, vcl-3)  Dick Rosmini(g, vcl-4)  Frank Hamilton (g-5)

Cue Recording Studios, NY; May 1957 

Side 1 

1. Buck Dancer’s Choice (2, 3)                            J-3017 

2. Little Birdie (1)                                                     -

3. Glory, Glory (3,4)                                                 -

4. Old Joe Clark (2)                                                  -

5. Chilly Winds (1,3)                                                -

6. East Tennessee Blues and Shout Lulu (1, 4)        -

7. Pigtown Fling (2)                                                 -

8. Cape Cod Blues (1)                                              -

Side 2 

1. Hard, Ain’t It Hard (3,4)                                      -

2. Red Wing (2)                                                       -

3. A Day in the Kentucky Mountains (1)                -

4. You Can Dig My Grave (2,3)                              -

5. Sourwood Mountains (1)                                     -

6. 900 Miles (3,4)                                                    -

7. Cripple Creek (2,5)                                              -

8. Blue Goose 1)                                                      -

NOTE: J-3017 “Banjos, Banjos, and More Banjos!” produced by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by John Greenway. 

Recorded by Mel Kaiser. Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller. 

J-3017 reissued as Washington WLP-704 “Five String Banjo Jamboree” 

 

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J-3018
BUDDY WEED: THE MUSIC OF LEROY ANDERSON
  

 

Buddy Weed (p)  with unknown (g) (b) (drs)

c. 1957-1958

Fiddle-Faddle (2:12)                        Judson J-3018

The Waltzing Cat (2:17)                              -

Serenata (3:23)                                            -

Sandpaper Ballet (2:18)                              -

Song of the Bells (3:03)                              -

Plink, Plank, Plunk (2:46)                           -

The Syncopated Clock (2:38)                     -

Promenade (3:09)                                        -

Belle of the Ball (3:06)                                -

Jazz Legato (2:04)                                       -

Summer Skies (2:19)                                   -

Sleigh Ride (2:59)                                       -

 

NOTE: Judson L-3018 “The Music of Leroy Anderson” produced by Judson Records, no credits about notes, recording date etc. 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Jack Van Zandt. 

 

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J-3019
HERCULES AT THE PIANO: PLAYING MUSIC OF MORTON GOULD

 

Hercules (p)

place and date; no credit 

 

Side1 

1. Pavanne

2. Lullaby for A New Born Love 

3. Continental Serenade 

4. Piroutte 

5. Gavotte 

6. Spring Morning 

Side 2 

1. Crinoline 

2. American Caprice 

3. Sunset Trail 

4. Colonial Portrait 

5. Tropicale 

6. In A Shower of Star 

 

NOTE: J-3019 “Hercules at the Piano; Playing music of Morton Gould” produced by Bill Grauer Productions. 

Notes written by Joseph Muranyi. Cover by Paul Bacon photo by Maxine Furlaud. 

 

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J-3020
GORDON KIBBEE At the High Fidelity Pipe Organ:
POPS FOR PIPES
  

 

Gordon Kibbee (pipe organ)

Place and date no credit

 

Side 1 

1. I Could Have Danced All Night J                      udson J-3020 

2. I’ve Accustomed to Your Face                                     -

3. When Your Lover Has Gone                                        -

4. Somebody Loves Me                                                   -

5. My Heart Belongs to Daddy                                        -

6. Begin the Beguine                                                        -

Side 2 

1. C’est Si Bon                                                                 -

2. Granada                                                                        -

3. Behia                                                                            -

4. The Boy Next Door                                                     -

5. Tea for Two                                                                  -

 

NOTE: J-3020 “Pops for Pipes” issued by arrangement with International Pacific Recording Corporation., same as J-2201 (stereo)

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by George Pickow, Three Lions, Inc..

 

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J-3021
Volume 3, Buxtehude: Organ Works 


J-3022
Chauncey Gray Orchestra: C’est


J-3023


J-3024
Alec Templeton: 42 Mother Goose Songs


J-3025
Bob and Louis De Cormier: Songs Children Singin Italy
(Wonderland 1412) 
 


J-3026
Stanley Holloway: Gobbledgegook Songs


J-3027
Jon Arthur: Bible Stories 

 


L-3028
Marjorie Bennett: Sing a Song of Children

(Wonderland series) 28 best loved folk songs for children   

 

Marjorie Bennett (vcl) accompanying herself on Autoharp, Mountain Dulcimer, Guitar and Irish Harp. 

Boulder, Colorado; December 1957.  

Side 1

  1. A Little song A-Singing In My Heart 

  2. The Rummy-Dummy Line 

  3. I Saw A Ship A-Sailing 

  4. Jolly Old Roger 

  5. Who Killed Cockie Robin? 

  6. Where Is Thumbkin? 

  7. Go Tell Aunt Rhody 

  8. The Derby Ram 

  9. Bingo 

10. All the Pretty Little Horses 

11. Bobby Shaftoe 

12. The Animal Fair 

13. Mr. Rabbit 

14. Ten Little Indians 

Side 2 

  1. I Know An Old Lady 

  2. This Old Man 

  3. The Frog and the Mouse 

  4. I Had a Rooster 

  5. The Carrion Crow 

  6. What’ll We Do With the Baby-O? 

  7. Michael Finnegan 

  8. Hus, Little Baby 

  9. One Elephant Went Out to Play 

10. Oats and Beans and Barley Grow 

11. The Bear Went Over the Mountain 

12. The Lady and the Crocodile 

13. The Muffin Man 

14. ABC Song 

 

NOTE: J-3028 “Sing a Song of Childhood” produced and edited by Kenneth S Goldstein. 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon: illustration by Robert J. Lee. Engineer: Oakleigh Thorne, II (Thorne Film Studios) 

 

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L-3029
Martyn Green: Tales from the Arabian Nights

(Wonderland series)   

 

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; Spring 1958

Side 1 

1. Scheherazade 

2. Aladdin; or, The wonderful Lamp 

3. The Flying Horse 

Side 2 

1. Ali baba and the Forty Thieves 

2. The Speaking Bird, The Singing Tree, The golden Water 

3. Conclusion: Scheherazade 

 

NOTE: J-3029 “Tales from the Arabian Nights” produced by Leo Israel. 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon: illustration by Robert J. Lee.  Engineer: Jack Higgins. 

 

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J-3030
Bob and Louis DeCormier: Songs Children Sing in Germany
(Wonderland 1411)  

 


L-3031
THE LAUREL RIVER VALLEY BOYS
 

 

Byard Ray (fiddle)  Ervin Lewis (vcl, bj)  John Ray (g)

Western North Carolina; July 27, 1957

Side 1 

Roll in My Sweet Baby’s Arm (2:51)                         Judson J-3031

Good Old Mountain Dew (3:25)                                            -

Tennessee Blues (3:08)                                                          -

Lonesome Road Blue (2:58)                                                  -

Old Hen Cackle (3:03)                                                           -

John Henry (2:19)                                                                  -

Side 2 

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: Judson J-3031 “Music for Moonshiners” produced and recorded and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by George Pickow (Three Lions, Inc.) 

J-3031 reissued as RLP-7504 “Dance All Night with A Bottle in Your Hand” 

 

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L-3406
Cyril Ritchard: reads selections from Alice in Wonderland
(Wonderland)  

 

Cyril Ritchard reads selections from the Lewis Carroll classic: “Alice in Wonderland” 

With music from ALEC WILDER’S Alice in Wonderland – Suite

Side 1 

1. The Mad Tea Party 

Side 2 

1. The Lobster Quadrille 

 

NOTE: J-3406 reissue from Wonderland RLP-1406 

 

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J-2201
GORDON KIBBEE: POPS FOR PIPES
(stereo)  

 

J-3020 GORDON KIBBEE At the High Fidelity Pipe Organ: POPS FOR PIPES 

Gordon Kibbee (pipe organ)

Place and date no credit

Side 1 

  7. I Could Have Danced All Night              Judson J-3020 

  8. I’ve Accustomed to Your Face                          -

  9. When Your Lover Has Gone                             -

10. Somebody Loves Me                                        -

11. My Heart Belongs to Daddy                              -

12. Begin the Beguine                                             -

Side 2 

  6. C’est Si Bon                                                      -

  7. Granada                                                             -

  8. Behia                                                                 -

  9. The Boy Next Door                                           -

10. Tea for Two                                                       -

 

NOTE: J-3020 “Pops for Pipes” issued by arrangement with International Pacific Recording Corporation., same as J-2201 (stereo)

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by George Pickow, Three Lions, Inc..

 

 

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J-2203
Chauncey Gray: Dance Time in Paris
(stereo)  

 

CHAUNCEY GREY  Chauncey Gray and His Orchestra; details unknown 

New York City; December 1957 

Side 1 

1. La Seine                                                                        RLP-7505

2. Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves)                                 -

3. C’Est Si Bon                                                                         -

4. Mon Coeur Est un Violin                                                      -

5. La Vie en Rose                                                                     -

6. Avril au Portugal (April in Portugal)                                   -

7. Sous le Ciel de Paris (Under Paris Skies)                            -

Side 2 

1. C’Est Magnifique                                                                 -

2. L’Ame de Poet (At Last, At Last)                                         -

3. J’Attendrai                                                                            -

4. La Mer                                                                                  -

5. La Goualante du Pauvre Jean (Poor People of Paris)           -

6. Vous Qiu Passez Sans Me Voir (Passing By)                       -

7. J’Ai te Main                                                                          -

 

NOTE: J-2203 “Dance Time in Paris” produced by Bill Grauer. Cover designed by Paul Bacon & photo by 

J. F. Smith (from Ralpho-Guillumette Pictures) Notes by Joseph Muranyi. 

RLP-7505 “C’est Magnifique – Dance Time in Paris” reissue of Judson J-2203 

 

J-2203 (stereo)

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J-2204
Slugger Ryan plays HONKY TONK PIANO
(stereo)   

 

Slugger Ryan at the old upright piano; with Al Caiola (bj)  Frank Carroll (b)  Bobby Rosengarten (drs) 

New York; January 8, 1958 

Side 1 

1. The Slugger Speaks My Melancholy Baby 

2. Honky Tonk Music 

3. The Naked Dance 

4. 12 St. Rag 

5. Slugger’s Maple Leaf Rag 

6. Ja-Da 

Side 2 

1. Tiger Rag 

2. St. Louis Blues 

3. Slugger’s Blues 

4. Hot-Rock Rock 

5. Darktown Strutters Bal 

6. Slugger’s Swings Out 

 

NOTE: Judson J-2204 (stereo) same as J-3015 (monaural)  & reissued as Wonderland RLP-1426 

“Slugger Ryan Plays Honky Tonk Piano” produced by Bill Grauer and notes written by Slugger Ryan. 

Recorded by Jack Higgin. Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller.

(Slugger Ryan of Bil Baird’s Marionettes – cover doll) 

 

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J-2205
KENNY DREW: A HAROLD ARLEN SHOWCASE
(stereo)  

 

L-3005 KENNY DREW: A HAROLD ARLENSHOWCASE

Kenny Drew (p)  Wilbur Ware (b)

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; 1957

Come Rain or Come Shine (2:45)                          Judson L-3005        J-1

That Old Black Magic (3:24)                                               -

Over the Rainbow (3:14)                                                     -

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (2:20)               -

As Long As I Live (2:49)                                                     -

It’s Only a Paper Moon 2:13)                                               -

Stormy Weather (3:02)                                                         -

I’ve Got the World on A String (2:20)                                 -

Let’s Fall in Love (2:35)                                                      -

Ill Wind (1) (3:02)                                                                -

Blues in the Night (2:41)                                                     -

Get Happy (2:47)                                                                 -

 

NOTE: (1) omit W. Ware 

All 12 titles also on Judson J-2205 (stereo), WWLJ-7092

L-3005 “A Harold Arlen Showcase” produced by Bill Grauer and recording Engineer: Jack Higginsaul 

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.

 

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