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A 1955 Special Products Division Box-Set
featuring 10 Extended-Play Records 
Various Artists
 
RCA VICTOR 45 EP BOX SET SPD-6
NEW ORTHOPHONIC HIGH FIDELITY
MONAURAL RECORDINGS
ASSEMBLED JANUARY 1955
 
Side 1 ~ The Ames Brothers
Record No. 599-9043 ( Matrix F2PH-1030-1 )
With Hugo Winterhalter & Orchestra

That's The Way Love Goes  (Plante-Coleman-Revil)
Why Do I Keep Lovin' You?
(Saxe-Beifield)

Side 2 ~ Harry Belafonte
Record No. 599-9044 ( Matrix F2PH-1031-1 )
With Orchestra & Chorus

Kukla-Mu  (Braverman)
Venezuela
 (Belafonte)

Side 3 ~ Perry Como
Record No. 599-9045 ( Matrix F2PH-1032-1 )
With Mitchell Ayres & Orchestra
 
The Ruby and The Pearl
from the Paramount film "Thunder in the East"
Music by Jay Livingston 
with lyrics by Ray Evans, 1952
Recorded at Manhattan Center, New York City, July 15, 1952
With Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra
 
When You Come to the End of the Day
Music by Frank C. Westphal 
with lyrics by Gus Kahn
Recorded at Manhattan Center, New York City, April 10, 1952
With Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra
 
Side 4 ~ Eddie Fisher
Record No. 599-9046 ( Matrix F2PH-1033-1 )
With Hugo Winterhalter & Orchestra
 
A Star Will Fall  (Gallop-Savino)
My One Sin
(Mellin-Mascheroni)
 
Side 5 ~ Sunny Gale
Record No. 599-9047 ( Matrix F2PH-1034-1 )
(1) With Orchestra's of Ralph Burns and (2) Joe Reisman
 
Am I ? ( A Toy or a Treasure )  (Singer-Arthur-Altman-Taylor)
Looking Glass
(Carr-Care-Marcus)
 
Side 6 ~ Phil Harris
Record No. 599-9048 ( Matrix F2PH-1035-1 )
Phil Harris & His Orchestra
 
If You Got Someplace to Go, Go Ahead!  (Ellis)
Pass Around the Basket
(Lange-Heath)
 
Side 7 ~ Tony Martin
Record No. 599-9049 ( Matrix F2PH-1036-1 )
(1) With Lennie Hayton and His Orchestra,
(2) Chorus & Orchestra conducted by Henri René
 
Let Me Love You Tonight  (Parish-Touzet)
My Love Serenade (Ay-Ay-Ay)
(Goell-Foy)
 
Side 8 ~ Vaughn Monroe
Record No. 599-9050 ( Matrix F2PH-1037-1 )
Vaughn Monroe & Chorus
The Last Round-Up  (Hill)
The Moon Was Yellow (El Amor Llamo) (Leslie)
Side 9 ~ Dinah Shore
Record No. 599-9051 ( Matrix F2PH-1038-1 )
(1) With The Notables and Harry Zimmerman's Orchestra
and (2) Vic Schoen and His Orchestra
Dealin' the Blues  (Price)
Pretty Mandolin (Livingston-Evans)
Side 10 ~ June Valli
Record No. 599-9052 ( Matrix F2PH-1039-1 )
(1) With Henri René & His Orchestra
and (2) Hugo Winterhalter & His Orchestra
Bird in a Cage  (Stanley)
Take Me Back (Marcotte-Spector)
Side 11 ~ Frankie Carle
Record No. 599-9052 ( Matrix F2PH-1040-1 )
(1) Frankie Carle and His Orchestra
and (2) with Rhythm Accompaniment
A Blues Serenade  (Parish-Signorelli)
Carle's Capers (Carle)
Side 12 ~ Xavier Cugat
Record No. 599-9051 ( Matrix F2PH-1041-1 )
Xavier Cugat & His Orchestra
Bahia  (Barroso-Gilbert)
Shuca-Shuca-Shucalyo (Amaral-Almeida-Taylor)
Side 13 ~ Ralph Flanagan
Record No. 599-9050 ( Matrix F2PH-1042-1 )
Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra
Marsellaise (E1-VB-578-1[A]) (De Lisle-Flanagan)
Recorded in Hollywood, February 15, 1951
Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra
The Rose of Tralee (E1-VB-526-1[A]) (Spencer-Glover)
Recorded in Hollywood, January 15, 1951
Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra
Side 14 ~ Spike Jones
Record No. 599-9049 ( Matrix F2PH-1043-1 )
Spike Jones & His City Slickers
Vocal by the Boys in the Back Room and King Jackson
Come Josephine in My Flying Machine  (Bryan-Sisher)
Fiddle Faddle (Anderson-Jones-Maxwell)
Side 15 ~ Freddy Martin
Record No. 599-9048 ( Matrix F2PH-1044-1 )
Freddy Martin & His Orchestra
Apple On a Pear Tree  (Hoffman-Gimbel)
East of Siam (Lawrence)
Side 16 ~ Buddy Morrow
Record No. 599-9047 ( Matrix F2PH-1045-1 )
Buddy Morrow & His Orchestra
(2) Vocal by Frankie Lester
Easy Living (Robin-Rainger)  
In the Chapel in the Moonlight (Hill)
Side 17 ~ Henri René
Record No. 599-9046 ( Matrix F2PH-1046-1 )
Henri René & His Orchestra
(2) Piano Solo: Henri René
Fiddlesticks  (René)
Twilight (Spielman)
Side 18 ~ Sauter-Finegan Orchestra
Record No. 599-9045 ( Matrix F2PH-1047-1 )
The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra
A Doodle Town Yankee  (Sauter-Finegan)
Madame X (Sauter)
Side 19 ~ The Three Suns
Record No. 599-9044 ( Matrix F2PH-1048-1 )
The Three Suns
Bubble Waltz  (Peterson)
Charivar (Russ)
Side 20 ~ Hugo Winterhalter
Record No. 599-9043 ( Matrix F2PH-1049-1 )
Hugo Winterhalter & His Orchestra
with vocal by Sally Sweetland
Autumn Rhapsody  (Leigh-Alstone)
I Hope to Remember (Rex)
 This 45 RPM Extended Play Box-Set compilation was released circa 1955.  
Notes:  The 1952 single of "The Ruby and the Pearl" was released in the UK and Australia only.
"When You Come to the End of the Day" was recorded again in 1958 for inclusion within an
album of the same name. The 1955 45 Extended Play compilation release has been documented
through the courtesy of J. E. Knox, "The Victor Freak" and Song Filer maven, an Engineer with
Multnomah Community Television in Gresham, Oregon. "The forty selections ( 2 each by 20 artists )
contained in this set all appear to have been previously unreleased at the time of issue
 ( listed January 20, 1955 ). I came across this set while researching Ralph Flanagan and his
Orchestra ( two by this band also appear in the set )." ~ J. Knox, May 8, 2002

 

 
COMPILATION COVER IS SIMULATED
All tracks are monaural
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A 1955 Special Products Division Box-Set
featuring 10 Extended-Play Records 
Various Artists
 
RCA VICTOR 45 EP BOX SET SPD-6
NEW ORTHOPHONIC HIGH FIDELITY
MONAURAL RECORDINGS
ASSEMBLED JANUARY 1955

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