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.