All of these are examples of albums we've done Collectors' Edition Digital Conversions of our customer's beloved vinyl albums in 2010.
Novelty 78rpm Record from 1943 Produced by Howard Recording Disc
Airto Moreira - Fingers
Betty Carter - 'Round Midnight
Bill Nelson - Flaming Desire and Other Passions
Bill Watrous - Manhattan Wildlife Refuge
Bobby Glenn - Shout It Out
Booker T. & the M.G.’s - Universal Language
Butterbeans & Susie
Children for Dora Hall
I didn't recognize the artist on this latest vinyl to cd conversion for a customer, nor the label (Cozy Record Company), so I did a quick search to get more info.
This fan site for Dora Hall is a good start, but doesn't have too much real data. Turns out Dora Hall is the stage name of the wife of Leo Hulseman (1898-1989). Leo Hulseman's main claim to fame was the fact that he is the founder and owner for many years of the Solo Cup Company. Supposedly, Dora Hall records were often a free promotions for Solo Cup customers. The company is still privately owned and run by the Hulseman family.
Next time you pick up a plastic cup at a party, you'll have a bit of trivia to drop on the old folk!
Chu Berry And His Stompy Stevedores
Count Basie - Sing Along with Basie
Curtis Fuller - Smokin'
Dave Brubeck - The Real Ambassadors
Edmond Hall - Celestial Express
Gary Burton - New Vibe Man in Town
Great Ghost Stories
Harold Alexander - The Sunshine Man
Hi Lo's - Now Hear This
How to Care for Vinyl Records (According to Columbia records in 1957)
Jim Pepper - Pepper's Pow Wow
Johnny Hartman - I Just Dropped By to Say Hello
Kitty Kallen - I Give My Heart to You
Lazarus - Fool's Paradise
Leon Thomas - Full Circle
Ron Carter & Jim Hall - Live at Village West
Lou Rawls Sings, Les McCann Plays Stormy Monday
Makaha Sons of Ni'ihau - Keala
This album (released in 1978) features a very young Isreal 'IZ' Kamakawiwo'ole, who famously covered “Over the Rainbow” and “What a Wonderful World” with a ukulele. His music video can be watched on YouTube at this link.