ACCORDÉON de MAGNANTI – matrix 3782 B
Mind that the label name is written in capitals: VIRGINIA. I guess that this record was originally US recorded, as ACCORDÉON de MAGNANTI coiuld be translated as Accoréon played by Magnante. Magnante, of course, could be Charlie Magnante, the well known US accordion player. Mind that this side has no tune title .................
CHANSON PAIENNE du film “THE PAGAN”, de FREED VROWN chanté par JERRY WHITE – matrix 3538 B
Mind that the label name is written in capitals: VIRGINIA. I guess that these records were originally US recorded, but pressed in France, as Jerry White was a US crooner who was active on dozens of records from the late 1920s for cheap record labels like Cameo. I learned that the matrix number is not Cameo, but maybe some one can help me to find out when the original record was made.
Cat Nº 226 E
L’ANGÉLUS DE LA MER ( Léon Durocher – Gustave Goublier) Chanté par M. André GORDON, baryton soliste des Concerts Paul Vidal Orchestre du Piazza – Dr. Steib (matrix 5213 ( in the surface in the last part of the groove (!)).
The label name is in small letters: Virginia
AIMER, BIORE, CHANTER Valse de Strauss Orchestre jazz-symphonique SAM BASKINI ( matrix not in the surface but on the label: 5871)
ROSES DU SUD Valse de Strauss Orchestre jazz-symphonique SAM BASKINI – matrix not in the plastic surface
Thanks to Patrick van Griethuysen for sending me these records.