Info request: columbia wax roll # 32888
Subject: Origins: columbia wax roll # 32888|
Date: 14 Oct 10 - 04:23 PM
Hi Forum members,
Don't know really how to call it - "a wax roll record" ?
On the site of the roll it reads: " columbia 32888 -
"TEACH ME HOW TO WIN A BEAU" (orchestra Bells)
Looks like it is an ancestor of the 78 speed record.
The roll looks rather molded maybe because it has lived in
a cardboard box. Unfortunately I'm certain the box does not
belong to the records as it's cover reads: Edison 13375
"Queen of the earth" by Tom Child. The print on the Edison
box (written in English) tells me it was made in Brussels Belgium.
Anyone interested in either the box or the record?
I would like to exchange it for a Vernon Dalhart record -
Eleven more months and ten more day's
Please mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
I'm in The Netherlands
Subject: RE: Info request: columbia wax roll # 32888|
From: Jack Campin
Date: 14 Oct 10 - 07:03 PM
Adrian Tuddenham at Poppy Records in the UK knows more about wax cylinder recordings than anybody else I've heard of.
He won't have any Vernon Dalhart though.