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Amicus No.:    31400173
Performer Heading:    Reser, Harry;  Easton, Florence, 1882-1955 
Performer:    Florence Easton, soprano ; [Harry Reser, banjo]
Title:    Croon, croon, underneat' de moon [sound recording] / Clutsam
Composer Heading:    Clutsam, George H., 1866-1951 
Generic Label:    Brunswick
Transcribed Label:    Brunswick
Numbers:    Issue no.: 10211 
   Matrix no.: [E16764[ or [E16765] or [E16766] 
   Side no.: B
Notes:    Distributor: The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company., New York
   Manufacturer: The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, New York (State)
   Recorded: [26 Oct 1925], [New York], [Brunswick Records]
   Released: [Jan 1926]
   Issue Type: primary label
   Comments: Purple label. Text transcribed from label/Texte transcrit de l'étiquette: New Hall of Fame Popular Series; Reg. U.S. Patent Office. M. de F. Marca Industrial Registrada. Additional information/information additionnelle: Male trio consists of Frank Mellor, Charles Harrison, Wilfred Glenn. Three takes of the song were made with the different matrix numbers, including 16765 or 16766, as the matrix does not appear on the disc it is not clear which number was released.
   Discographical reference: Brunswick Records : a discography of recordings, 1916-1931 Vol 1. matrix number, recording company, recording date, recording location, additional information.; Canadian Music Trades Journal, release date
Physical Description:    1 sound disc : 78 rpm, monaural ; 10 inch
Genre:    Songs ; Songs--United States--19th century; Chansons américaines--19e siècle
Location:    78/10 6320
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