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Various – Waldorf Records Collection. Label: Waldorf Record Corp. – P 108. Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Compilation, Mono. Marketplace 0 2 For Sale from €. 9.
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Artist: Various Album's title: Waldorf Records Collection Label: Waldorf Record Corp. Enoch Light Y Su Orquesta - Lugares Lejanos
The Sun Records Rock 'N' Roll Collection - Various (NEW 2 VINYL LP) Condition: New. Time left: 1d 2h 39m 47s. Ships to: Worldwide. Condition: Very Good. The Sun Records Collection track list.
Very Heavy Various Artists kept in old record alblum. Lot 11 Vtg Antique 78 Columbia Record Albums Various Artists Xavier Cugat and his Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra-Tico Tico & Linda Mujer (You Never Say Yes! You Never No!). 10 Antique RCA Victrola 78 Records Original Victor Talking Machine Album Caruso.
Waldorf Music Hall records were sold exclusively in Woolworth stores. When Am- Par Records purchased all of the labels owned by Enoch Light in October 1959, they also acquired the Waldorf Music Hall catalog, although the label had probably stopped issuing albums prior to the purchase. There are a few interesting albums on Waldorf Music Hall for collectors. The two albums by the Deep River Boys 33-108 and 33-120 are sought out by gospel and R&B collectors. The most valuable album on the label is 33-136 New Orleans Blues which contains eight songs, six by the Royal Playboys.
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Waldorf Music Hall Records was a budget record label exclusively sold in Woolworth stores from 1954 to 1959. Waldorf was headed by Enoch Light and based in Harrison, New Jersey. Light's business partners in this venture were Casper Pinsker and Dick Davemos. The business model for Waldorf Music Hall appears to have been inspired by the popularity of the Your Hit Parade television program. In the 1950s it was common to refer to Waldorf Music Hall, and other labels like it, as 'Hit Parader Records.
|A1||–Cliff Holland, The Toppers||It's No Sin|
|A2||–Ray Heatherton, Bob Chester And His Orchestra||Vanity|
|A3||–Loren Becker, Four Dukes||Cry|
|B1||–Mimi Martel, The Toppers||Just One More Chance|
|B2||–Enoch Light And His Orchestra, Loren Becker||Anytime|
|B3||–Enoch Light And The Light Brigade, Loren Becker||Slow Poke|