Riverside Other Series

 XK-8000(12")  (Riverside Fortissimo)    

Produced by the electronic research and development division of Riverside Records.

This is a phonograph record of the future. Because it is new and different, a few simple instructions must be followed. 

1)  This record id played from inside out. Therefore, it will be necessary, if you have a changer type turntable,to put your machine in the manual position,

and manually place the tone arm in the innermost groove. 

2)  There is a 400-cicle tone of one-minute duration in the first band.  This is the most suitable tone for balancing your speakers before playing the records.

(This is a locked groove. After balancing, reposition the tone art in the next groove and your enjoyment of this record can begin.) 

3)  This record is made of a new super hard material. Best results will be abtained by the use of a diamond stylus, since the record surface will tend to

produce wear on any softer stylus. 

XK-#8000

8001   Jets

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8002   The Amazing Paul Renard 

RLP-845 THE AMAZING PAUL RENARD PLAYS THE ALL-AMERICAN MUSIC OF GEORGE M. COHAN 

Paul Renard (Wulitzer pipe organ)   

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; August 1960 

 

Harrigan (2:07) 

Forty-Five Minutes from Broadway (2:12) 

So long, Mary (2:02) 

Mary’s A Grand Old Name (2:35) 

I Want to Hear A Yankee Doodle Tune (2:24) 

Father of the Land We Love (2:02) 

Yankee Doodle Boy 2:30) 

Give My Regards to Broadway (2:04) 

I Was Born in Virginia (1:30) 

Nellie Kelly I Love You (2:10) 

Over There (2:05) 

You’re A Grand Old Flag (2:05) 

 

NOTE: RLP-845 produced and recorded by Ray Fowler. Mastered by Jack Matthews. Notes written by George M Cohan Jr. . 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and photograph Lawrence N. Shustak 

This album also Riverside new Fortissimo series XK-8002 

 

XK-8002                                                                                                                                               RLP-845

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

8003   Racing Cars 

Side 1   Famous Mercedes-Benz Cars 1937-1955 

Side 2   There is no recorded material  on this side of the record. 

XK-8003 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

8004    ‘Uncle John’ Cali: Hoopla! A Banjo Polka Jamboree 

RLP-846 ‘UNCLE JOHN’ CALI AND HIS KIELBASI SIX: HOOPLA! A BANJO POLKA JAMBOREE  

Uncle John’ Cali (bj)  Raymond Crisara (tp)  Paul Pincus (cl)  Gelso Piillegrini (acc)  Joe Tarto (tu, b)  William Dorn (perc) 

Plaza Sound Studios, NYC; August 11, 1960 

 

Hoopla! (2:00) 

Captain Jack (2:25) 

Imperial Polka (2:00) 

Bunny-Bun Polka (2:27) 

Hi-Fi Polka (1:55) 

Showboat Polka (2:10) 

Poker Players’ Polka (2:27) 

Picnic Polka (1:50) 

Conquette (2:05) 

Pick-a-Partner Polka (2:00) 

Johnny Banjo (2:10) 

PIckin’ the Banjo (3:17) 

 

NOTE: RLP-846 produced and recorded by Ray Fo wler. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff and illustration by John Alcorns. 

This album is also Riverside’s new Fortissimo XK-8004 “Hoopla! A Banjo Polka Jamboree” 

XK-8004                               RLP-846   

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York  

8005    Thunderstorm

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8006    Blue Mitchell: Brasses and Strings 

RLP 367 BLUE MITCHELL WITH STRINGS AND BRASS: SMOOTH AS THE WIND

ARRANGEMENTS BY TADD DAMERON AND BENNY GOLSON ORCHESTRA CONDUCTED BY BENNY GOLSON

On Peace, For Heaven’s Sake, Nearness of You, Strollin’

Blue Mitchell (tp)  Clark Terry (tp)  Bernie Glow (tp)  Burt Collins (tp)  Britt Woodman (tb)  Julian Priester (tb)  

Willie Ruff (frh)  Tommy Flanagan (p)  Tommy Williams (b)  Charlie Persip (drs) and large string section with Harry Lookofsky 

as concertmaster.  Other six selections: Jimmy Cleveland (tp)  Urbie Green (tb)  Philly Joe Jones (drs)

replace those previously listed; others the same.

 

SIDE 1

   1. Smooth As the Wind (5:10) (Tadd Dameron)

   2. But Beautiful (3:35) (Burke – VanHeusen) 

   3. The Best Things in Life Are Free (3:18) (DeSylava – Brown –Henderson) 

   4. Peace (3:53) * (Horace Silver) 

   5. For Heaven’s Sake (3:29) (Meyer – Bretton) 

SIDE 2

   1. The Nearness of You (3:19) (Washington – Carmichael) 

   2. A Blue Time (4:52) (Tadd Dameron) 

   3. Strollin’ (3:16) (Horace Silver) 

   4. For All We Know (3:24)* (Lewis – Coots) 

   5. I’m a Fool to Want You (3:37)* (Herron- Ssinatra – Wolf) 

   (* arranged by Golson; other arrangements by Dameron) 

 

NOTE: Produced by ORRIN KEEPNEWS. Cover designed by KEN DEARDOFF. Back-liner photos by LAWRENCE N. SHUSTAK

Recording Engineer: RAY FOWLER. Recorded at Plaza Sound Studios, New York

XK-8006                                                                                                                                                  RLP-367 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc.

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York

8007 Ray Barretto and his Orchestra: Pachanga in Percussion

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                     RLP(S9)-7506

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. 

 

XK-8007                              RLP(S9)-7506 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

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