Complete Hit Of The Week Recordings Volume 1 2 CD’s

There are three volumes in all that gather those ten inch cardboard  one sided 78’s that first hit the scene in 1930. You could buy one a week at your favorite newsstand for fifteen cents. This first volume has forty-six tracks. Almost all the records were from top artists of the day.

Highlights on CD#1 include: “There’s Danger In Your Eyes”-Vincent Lopez Orchestra, “University Of Maine Stein Song”-Hotel Pennsylvania Music, “Song Without A Name”-Phil Spitalny’s Music and “Mysterious Mose”-Bobby Dixon’s Broadcasters.

Other artists on CD #1: Don Voorhees Orchestra (Demonstration Record), Bert Lown & His Hotel Biltmore Music, Ben Pollack Orchestra, Statler Pennsylvanians, The New York Twelve, Jan Garber Orchestra and Harlem Hot Chocolates.

Highlights on CD #2 include: “Cheer Up Good Times Are Comin’-Phil Spitalny’s Music, “Here Comes The Sun”-Vincent Lopez Orchestra, “Go Home And Tell Your Mother”-Don Voorhees Orchestra and “I Still Get A Thrill”-Hotel Pennsylvania Orchestra.

Other artists on CD #2: Happy Rose Orchestra, Hit Of The Week Orchestra, and Bert Lown & His Hotel Biltmore Orchestra.

About vintage45

I'm a big fan of vintage books,movies,TV shows and music. I encourage everyone to patronize your local used book/record store and pick up some of the good stuff. My posts are capsule reviews of some favorites that you may want to investigate. The albums posted aren't really reviews but items from my collection that are still available. I try and point out highlights of each one and let the music speak for itself. Thanks to all for checking out the blog.
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