Al Goodman was a conductor that recorded a number of records for RCA Victor in the middle to late 1940s and possibly into the 1950s. Most of his 78 rpm records were issued as "albums" which looked like books and generally consisted of multiple singles. The albums had a "K" prefix, whereas popular was "P". With the introduction of the 45 rpm record by RCA Victor in March of 1949 RCA Victor reissued thousands of it's 78 rpm records in the new format. Al Goodman's records were reissued as 45 box sets with a prefix of "WK" on blue vinyl
Performer: Al Goodman and his Orchestra Writer: Johann Strauss. Strauss Waltzes in Dance Tempo; Waltz; Waltz; Waltz; Waltz. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer these records. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated eliptical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 37., Rolloff: -1.
Al Goodman And His Orchestra's albums. Collections: 34. We Wish You A Merry Christmas.
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Les Baxter (March 14, 1922 – January 15, 1996) was an American musician and composer. Baxter studied piano at the Detroit Conservatory before moving to Los Angeles for further studies at Pepperdine College. Abandoning a concert career as a pianist, he turned to popular music as a singer. At the age of 23 he joined Mel Tormé's Mel-Tones, singing on Artie Shaw records such as "What Is This Thing Called Love?".
|C||The Waltz You Saved For Me|
|D||Three O'Clock In The Morning|
|E||Let Me Call You Sweetheart|
|F||That Naughty Waltz|
Songwriter – Van Alstyne*, Gus Kahn
|H||Till We Meet Again
Songwriter – Egan*, Whiting*
|C-26||Al Goodman And His Orchestra||Popular American Waltzes (4xShellac, 10", Album)||Columbia||C-26||US||1946|
|A 1||Al Goodman And His Orchestra||Popular American Waltzes (4xShellac, 10", Album)||Columbia||A 1||Canada||Unknown|