Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942 by Tony Russell

By Tony Russell

Greater than two decades within the making, nation song files files all kingdom song recording classes from 1921 via 1942. With basic study according to records and consultation logs from checklist businesses, interviews with surviving musicians, in addition to the 200,000 recordings archived on the nation song corridor of repute and Museum's Frist Library and records, this extraordinary paintings is the 1st compendium to adequately document the main info at the back of all of the recording periods of state song through the pre-World struggle II period. This discography documents--in alphabetical order by means of artist--every advertisement nation tune recording, together with unreleased aspects, and shows, as thoroughly as attainable, the musicians enjoying at each consultation, in addition to instrumentation. this huge venture encompasses 2,500 artists, 5,000 consultation musicians, and 10,000 songs. precis histories of every key checklist corporation also are supplied, besides a bibliography. The discography comprises indexes to all track titles and musicians indexed.

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Herwins were sold mainly, perhaps entirely, by mail order, through Artophone’s subsidiary the St. Louis Music Company, which advertised regularly in newspapers and magazines that reached the rural white and black markets. 98. With some exceptions, mostly Vernon Dalhart items, they are relatively scarce. Homestead Owned by the Chicago Mail Order Company, this label was active from about the mid-1920s, issuing in a black-label 15000/16000 series a large number of popular and some country and race items derived from Plaza and subsequently ARC.

Issues in that series included some by Carson Robison & Frank Luther, Arthur Fields, and Gene Autry. Sears The Sears, Roebuck mail-order company in Chicago created a number of labels to issue popular, country, and race recordings licensed from other companies. Challenge (1927–1931) issued country and popular material in several three-digit series, spanning 101–999 but not issued consecutively and with numerous gaps where numbers were not assigned. Material was derived chiefly from Gennett (101–271, 301–431, 501–506) but also from Plaza (532–698, 811–859, 900–999), Bell (700– 760), ARC (763–793, 860–899), and Paramount (801–810).

Conqueror (1928–1942) drew almost exclusively on material controlled by ARC (or later, Columbia), in all genres. The series began at 7000 and ran into the high 9000s. Some ARC-recorded items never appeared on the original owner’s labels but only on Conqueror. There was also a batch of Gennett-derived country and race items (7254–7277); these employed pseudonymous artist credits, but ARC-derived issues seldom did. Conquerors were offered for sale at 29 cents, or three for 85 cents. Silvertone may have been Sears’s oldest label; it was in existence as early as 1916.

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