Tops/Mayfair Album Discography, Part 2
Tops L-1500-1599/Mayfair 9500-9599S

By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries
Last update: November 2, 2003

The Tops label and the Tops/Mayfair label were actually the monaural and stereophonic counterparts of the same label. The albums issued were identical except for stereo mode, with the same cover graphics. Mayfair albums were initially all issued on colored vinyl, mostly yellow or gold. The main series was the mono L1500 series. The stereo counterparts to the Tops issues were on the Tops/Mayfair or Mayfair label. The corresponding numbers to the L15xx series were 95xxS for stereo issues, with the "xx" representing corresponding numbers for mono and stereo. In the discography below, the first catalog number (in the L 1500 series) is the mono Tops issue, while the second catalog number (in the corresponding 9500 S series) is the stereo Mayfair issue.

The Tops label was black with silver print. The first label design, used from 1957 until the early 1960s, had "TOPS" at the top around the edge of the label, surrounded by two sets of musical notes (tied eighth notes). Around the edge of the label on the upper left was "ULTRA-PHONIC" and to the upper right "HIGH FIDELITY". Around the edge at the bottom of the label was "33 1/3 RPM LONG PLAYING MICROGROOVE". About 1963, Tops issued a series of albums in stereo for the first time without the "Mayfair" designation, on the "Magnificent Hits" series (Tops 9743-9766), and used a second label, with a shield on top, a silver band around the edge of the label, with "STEREO" around the bottom edge.
Until the "Magnificent Hits" series came out in 1963 (Tops catalog numbers 9743-9766), all Tops stereo versions came out on the Mayfair label. Early Mayfair albums were all on colored vinyl, with red, gold, yellow, and multicolor vinyl known. The most common colors are yellow and gold. These all had a blue label with silver print. Later, after Tops had spun off the GoldenTone label, GoldenTone/Mayfair began reissuing albums on black vinyl, using a black and silver label. We have not seen any Mayfair issues in monaural only.
Early Tops/Mayfair stereo albums used the circular Tops/Mayfair logo at left, which at the start had "TOPS" in large letters and "Mayfair" in smaller script around the top of the logo. Later "Mayfair" was featured in larger letters as shown in the logo on the right, with "Tops" in smaller print at the top.
Still later, the logo was replaced with a Tops/Mayfair shield-shaped logo, which even later dropped the Tops name altogether and just used Mayfair.
The original pressings of the early Tops albums (at least into the late 1530s) had a small white circle near the top of the album jacket. This was a handy place for record stores to write the price of the album. Reissues often did not have this small "dot." Many of the Tops albums came with a blank paper sleeve, although some of the later albums had a specially-printed Tops inner sleeve with some typical record label propaganda within a diamond shaped box.
One of the main selling points for Tops albums was that they sold for $1.49 when other albums of the time sold for twice that, or $3.98. This was hyped sometimes by placing the albums in clear poly bags (as was the custom of some of the major labels when stereo came out), or more often, by a small gold sticker on the album cover that noted the price, along with the sales pitch, "$3.98 Value."

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Tops Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (all of which are out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2002, 2003 by Mike Callahan.



Number - Title - Artist - [Release Date] Contents

L 1501 - Square Dance Party - Virg Honeycutt & His Rhythm Rangers [1956] Calls are by Floyd Lockhart and Munyon. Expanded reissue of Tops L-105 and L-926. My Pretty Girl/Take A Little Peek/The Wreck Of The Old 97/Mississippi Sawyer/Devil's Dream/Rakes Of Mallow//Boil Them Cabbages Down/Soldier's Joy/Back Up And Push/Country Gentleman/Rag Time Annie/Sugar Foot Rag

L 1502/9502 S - Lena Horne - Lena Horne [1956] Go To My Head/Just Squeeze Me/More Than You Know/Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen/Frankie & Johnnie, Parts 1 & 2//Beale Street Blues/Blue Prelude/Old Fashioned Love/At Long Last Love/Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child/Hesitating Blues

L 1503 - Nutcracker Suite - Royal Viennese Symphony Orchestra [1956]

L 1504 - Classic Favorites - Royal Viennese Symphony Orchestra [1956]

L 1505 - Music for Listening - Al Sack & His Concert Orchestra [1956] Smoke Gets In Your Eyes/April In Paris/Dancing In The Dark/Hora Staccato/Carioca/Orchids In The Moonlight//I Can't Give You Anything But Love/I Didn't Know What Time It Was/Adios Muchachos/La Cucaracha/Paradise/Pagan Love Song

L 1506 - Cole Porter and Irving Berlin Favorites - Various Artists [1957] Easy To Love - Al Sack/Night And Day - Al Sack/Begin The Beguine - Webb Tilton & Jay Wilbur Strings/What Is This Thing Called Love? - Al Sack/In The Still Of The Night - Webb Tilton & Jay Wilbur Strings/I Get A Kick Out Of You - Al Sack//Blue Skies - Al Sack/They Say It's Wonderful - Eileen Wilson & Jay Wilbur Strings/Piccolino - Al Sack/How Deep Is The Ocean - Webb Tilton & Jay Wilbur Strings/Cheek To Cheek - Al Sack/Doin' What Comes Naturally - June Arthur & Jan Garber Orchestra

L 1507 - Music to Love By - Jay Wilbur Orchestra [1957] Holiday For Strings/The Touch Of Your Lips/Make Believe/One Night Of Love/These Foolish Things/They Didn't Believe Me//I'm Getting Sentimental Over You/Summertime/Lady Be Good/Tico, Tico/Mamselle

L 1508 - Jazz Greats - Various Artists [1957] Artists include George Wettling and Cliff Jackson.

L 1509 - Honky Tonk Piano - Ace O'Donnell with Rhythm Accompaniment [1957] 12th St. Rag/Peg O' My Heart/Medley: Tavern In The Town-Pony Boy-Ta-Ra-Ra-Bom-Der-E/I Love You Truly/Shine On Harvest Moon/Bill Bailey//Wait 'Till The Sun Shines, Nellie/Medley: My Wild Irish Rose- Sweet Rosie O'Grady-When Irish Eyes Are Smiling/Medley: After The Ball Is Over-Take Me Out To The Ball Game-The Man On The Flying Trapeze/Medley: On A Bicycle Built For Two-In The Good Old Summertime-The Band Played On/St. Louis Blues/Medley: Sidewalks Of New York-In My Merry Oldsmobile-The Bowery

L 1510 - 12 Top Hits - Various Artists [1957] Butterfly - Dave Burgess/Who Needs You - Neil Hunt/Teen Age Crush - Lew Raymond Orchestra & Toppers/Too Much - Dave Burgess/Little Darlin' - Toppers/Round And Round - Neil Hunt/Gone - Lew Raymond Orchestra & Toppers/Why Baby Why - Neil Hunt/Almost Paradise - Ernie Hughes/Party Doll - Lew Raymond Orchestra & Toppers/Mama Look At Bubu - Dave Burgess/I'm Walkin' - Scat Man Crothers

L 1511 - Rock and Roll with "Scat Man" Crothers - Scatman Crothers [1957] Ghost Riders In The Sky/Exactly Like You/September Song/Nobody Knows Why/St. James Infirmary/My Blue Heaven//I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter/I Got Rhythm/The Best Things In Life Are Free/The Gal Looks Good/Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone/Baby, Won't You Please Come Home

L 1512 - Organ Favorites - Beverly Laine and Eddie Truman [1957] Side 1 (Beverly Laine): Exactly Like You/The Very Thought Of You/Stardust/Begin the Beguine/September Song/Stumbling//Side 2 (Eddie Truman): The Blue Room/With A Song In My Heart/Falling In Love With Love/My Heart Stood Still/This Can't Be Love/There's A Small Hotel

L 1513 - Favorite Hymns - Christian Chapel Choir [1957] The Lord's Prayer/Onward Christian Soldiers/What A Friend We Have In Jesus/Jesus Keep Me Near The Cross/In The Garden/Church In The Valley By The Wildwood/Trust And Obey/Since Jesus Came Into My Heart//A Morning Prayer/Leaning On The Everlasting Arms/The Old Rugged Cross/Faith Of Our Fathers/Dear Lord And Father Of Mankind/A Mighty Fortress Is Our God/Sun Of My Soul/Softly And Tenderly

L 1514/9514 S - All-Time Favorites - Topps All-Star Orchestra [1957] Jealousy/Lisbon Antigua/Charmaine/Melody Of Love/Skokiaan/Blue Tango//Poor People Of Paris/Moritat/Bewitched/Penthouse Serenade/Delicado/April In Portugal

L 1515 - World's Greatest Overtures - Gustave Stern & International Philharmonic Orchestra [1957]

L 1516 - Piano Recital - Emanuel Bay [1957] Liebestraum (Listz)/Minute Waltz (Chopin)/Nocturne In E Flat (Chopin)/Minstrels (Prelude XII, Book 1) (Debussy)/Intermezzo (Brahms)/Two Sonatas (Scarlotti)//Valse (Brahms)/Prelude In C Sharp Minor (Rachmanonoff)/Spanish Dance (Granados)/Claire De Lune (Debussy)/Doctor Grados Ad Parnassum (Debussy)/Traumeri (Reverie) (Schumann)/Valse In C Sharp Minor (Chopin)

L 1517 - Hawaiian Favorites - Akoni Lani & His Islanders/Danny K. Stewart & His Aloha Boys [1957] Side 1 (Akoni Lani): Hawaiian War Chant/Song Of The Islands/Naka Pueo/Lovely Hula Hands/My Little Grass Shack/Huki Lau//Side 2 (Danny K. Stewart): Silhouette Hula/The Pupuli Hula E/Knock-Kneed Napua/Fort St. Rag/One More Aloha/(There's A) Yellow Rose In Hilo

L 1518 - Rock and Roll with Joe Houston - Joe Houston [1957] Off Beat/Rock That Boogie/No Name Rock/Goofin'/Joe's Rock/Tall Gal Blues//All Night Long/Movin' And Groovin'/Corn Bread And Cabbage Greens/I Woke Up This Morning/Flying Home/Teen-Age Boogie

L 1519 - Themes from the Movies - Lew Raymond & His Orchestra with Various Vocalists [1957] Kim Novak and William Holden are pictured on the cover in a scene from the movie Picnic. Love Is A Many Splendored Thing - Toppers/Blue Skies - Lew Raymond Orchestra/Stranger In Paradise - Bud Roman/Moonglow And Theme From "Picnic" - Lew Raymond Orchestra/Three Coins In The Fountain - Lew Raymond Orchestra/Piccolino - Lew Raymond Orchestra//The Man With The Golden Arm - Lew Raymond Orchestra/Song From "Moulin Rouge" - Mimi Martel/It's A Woman's World - Rhythmaires/Ruby - Lew Raymond Orchestra/Young At Heart - Ronnie Deauville/Dragnet - Lew Raymond Orchestra

L 1520/9520 S - Strauss Waltzes - Royal Viennese Symphony Orchestra [1957]

L 1521 - Modern Jazz - Ronnie Lang & His All-Stars [1/57]

L 1522 - Sweet Georgia Brown - Billy Tipton [1957]

L 1523 - Page Cavanaugh Plays for the Cocktail Hour - Page Cavanaugh [1957] Ma'm'selle/Nobody's Sweetheart/The Way You Look Tonight/My Ideal/Moonlight On The Ganges/Two Sleepy People/Junior Hop/Something In The Air/Star Eyes/Coo Coo In The Clock/Lazy Lover

L 1524 - Music for a Lonely Night [1957]

L 1525 - Christmas Favorites - Tops All-Star Orchestra [1957] White Christmas/Silent Night/Deck The Halls/Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer/Joy To The World/It Came upon a Midnight Clear/Frosty the Snowman/Twas the Night Before Christmas/God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen//Winter Wonderland/O Come All Ye Faithful/Hark the Herald Angels Sing/Jingle Bells/Santa Claus Is Riding Through the Town/The First Noel/O Little Town of Bethlehem/Away in a Manger/Good King Wenceslaus

L 1526 - Party Favorites - Various Artists [1957]

L 1527 - Music for Day Dreaming - Jay Gordon Orchestra [1957]

L 1528 - Charlie Ventura Plays Hi-Fi Jazz - Charlie Ventura [1957] Runnin' Wild/Honeysuckle Rose/When The Saints Go Marching In/It's Only A Paper Moon/Sweet Sue Just You/Dark Eyes//Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home/Stardust/Sweet Lorraine/Harvest Moon/Exactly Like You/I've Got You Under My Skin

L 1529/9529 S - Holiday in Italy - Nestor Amaral & Continentals [1957] O Sole Mio/Funiculi Funicula/Oh Marie/Anema E Core/Vieni Vieni/Torna A Surriento/Ciribiribin//Chitarra Romana/Vieni Sul Mar/Tango Delle Rose/Reginella Campagnola/Te Voblio Bene/Mattinata/La Spagnola

L 1530 - 24 Kiddie Favorites - Tops Orchestra with the Topper Cast [1957] Little Red Riding Hood/The Farmer In The Dell/Baa-Baa Black Sheep/Pop! Goes The Weasel/ing A Song Of Sixpence/The Muffin Man/Jack And The Beanstalk/A Visit To Central Park/Little Boy Blue/The Shoemaker And The Elves/Chicken-Licken/Humpty Dumpty//The Alphabet Song/Lullaby For Little Ones/Where Has My Little Dog Gone?/The Frog And The Ox/A Visit To France/Pat-A-Cake/Goldie Locks And The Three Bears/The Monkey Who Wanted To Fly/The Fisherman And The Flounder/Old Mother Hubbard/Fiddle-Dee-Dee/London Bridge Is Falling Down

L 1531 - Time on My Hands - Jay Gordon String Orchestra [1957]

L 1532 - Concert in Jazz - Earle Spencer [1957]

L 1533 - Barrel House Piano - Meade "Lux" Lewis [1957] Six Wheel Chaser/How Long Blues/Someday Sweetheart/Bugle Call Rag/I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None Of My Jelly Roll/Mike/Darktown Strutters Ball-Birth Of The Blues//Tidal Boogie/Mardi Gras Drag/Tisho Mingo Blues/Jada/Basin Street Blues/Fast "A" Blues/12th Street Rag/St. Louis Blues

L 1534 - Billy Tipton Plays Hi-Fi on the Piano -Billy Tipton [1957] Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man/Marie/Delilah/These Foolish Things/What'll I Do/The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise//You Go To My Head/Christopher Columbus/Begin The Beguine/If I Had You/Blue Skies/Stars Fell On Alabama

L 1535 - Cha-Cha-Cha and Mambo - Various Artists[1957] Artists include: Perez Prado, Tito Rodriguez, Migueltio Valdez, Nat Charles, and Joe Gomez. Rico Vasilone/I'll Always Love You/El Meneito/Goza Cha Cha Cha/Alma Cha Cha Cha//Mambo No. 5/Stardust Mambo/Mambo Jambo/Asi Asi/Virgin Isle Mambo/Palladium Mambo

L 1536 - Rhapsody in Blue and Other Favorites - International Philharmonic Orchestra [1957]

L 1537 - My Fair Lady - Lew Raymond & His Orchestra with Various Vocalists [1957] Overture - Lew Raymond & His Orchestra/Wouldn't It Be Loverly - Evelyn Sharpe/With A Little Bit Of Luck - Charles Peck/I'm An Ordinary Man - Robert Back/The Rain In Spain - Lew Raymond Orchestra/I Could Have Danced All Night - Evelyn Sharpe//Ascot Gavotte - Lew Raymond Orchestra/On The Street Where You Live - Robert Back/Embassy Waltz - Lew Raymond Orchestra/Show Me - Evelyn Sharpe/Get Me To The Church On Time - Charles Peck/I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face - Robert Back

L 1538 - Holiday in France - Nestor Amaral & Continentals [1957]

L 1539 - Scheherazade -Gustave Stern & International Philharmonic Orchestra [1957]

L 1540 - A Tribute to Eddie Duchin - Al Lerner Orchestra [1957] Tyrone Power and Kim Novak on cover. Manhattan/Nocturne In E Flat/Starlight Concerto/Gee Baby Ain't I Good To You/Shine/Night Dreams//My Heart Belongs To Daddy/It Must Be true/I Can't Give You Anything But Love/Besame Mucho/Love Walked In/Whispering

L 1541 - Hoosier Hot Shots - Hoosier Hot Shots [1957] No Romance In Your Soul/My Blue Heaven/Wah-Hoo/Hound Dog/Meet By The Ice House Lizzie/I Like Bananas//Tiger Rag/(What Can I Say Dear) After I Say I'm Sorry/Them Hillbillies Are Mountain Williams Now/Mister Sandman/Someday/Toot, Toot, Tootsie

L 1542 - Swan Lake Ballet (Tchaikovsky) - International Philharmonic Orchestra [1957]

L 1543 - Concerto in A Major (Mozart) [1957]

L 1544 - An American in Paris (Gershwin) - International Philharmonic Orchestra [1957]

L 1545 - Symphony No. 5 in C Minor (Beethoven) [1957]

L 1546 - Le Beau Danube (Johann Strauss) - Royal Viennese Symphony Orchestra [1957]

L 1547 - An Hour of Tchaikovsky - International Philharmonic Orchestra [1957]

L 1548 - Classic Favorites, Volume II - International Philharmonic Orchestra [1957]

L 1549 - Latin American Holiday - Jay Gordon & His Orchestra [1957] Goza Cha Cha/Mambo #5/Brazil/Asi Asi/Baia/Tico Tico/Adios/Las Suegras/others

L 1550 - Music from the Golden West - Jay Gordon Orchestra [1957]

L 1551 - Silhouettes - Jay Gordon Orchestra [1957]

L 1552 - Music from Another World [1957]

L 1553 - In the Blue of the Evening - Jay Stevens [1957]

L 1554 - Two Cigarettes in the Dark - Jay Stevens [1957]

L 1555 - Serenade by Moonlight [1957]

L 1556 - Music for a Sophisticated Lady - Jay Stevens Concert Orchestra [1957] Sophisticated Lady/Humoresque/Stormy Weather/12th Street Rag/Now Is The Hour/Serenade In The Night//Did You Ever See A Dream Walking/Isn't it Romantic/Orchids In The Moonlight/The Touch Of Your Lips/Speak Low/Beyond The Blue Horizon

L 1557 - Penthouse Serenade - Jay Gordon Orchestra [1957]

L 1558 - Strictly for Lovers [1957]

L 1559 - Music for a Dreamy Afternoon - International Concert Orchestra [1957]

L 1560 - Classic Gems - International Concert Orchestra [1957]

L 1561 - The Ink Spots in Hi-Fi - Ink Spots [1957] Also reissued in stereo in 1959 on yellow vinyl. Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall/To Each His Own/Blueberry Hill/With My Eyes Wide Open I'm Dreaming/When The Saints Go Marching In/I'll Get By/I'd Climb The Highest Mountain/When My Dreamboat Comes Home/The Gypsy/You Always Hurt The One You Love/Whispering Grass/Making Believe

L 1562 - Irving Fields Plays Irving Berlin in Hi-Fi - Irving Fields [1957]

L 1563 - Piano by Starlight - Barney Green [1957]

L 1564 - Cha Cha Cha: Mr. Bongo Plays Hi-Fi - Jack "Mr. Bongo" Constanzo [1957] Mira Como Los Pollos/Jarochito/Rabo e Mula/Silencio/Quiere /Atu//Que Dichoso Es/Nana Secre/Jack, Jack, Jack/Bonco/Mary Lou/La Loca

L 1565 - Calypso in Hi-Fi - Dave Burgess & His Caribbeans [1957] Bamboo House/They Never Say No In Jamaica/Banana Boat Song/Will His Love Be Like His Rum/Marianne/Happy Man//They Cry For Love Love Love/Who's Gonna Cry?/Fire In The Eyes/Calypso Rock And Roll/Pull The Curtain (Close The Blind)/Day-O

L 1566 - Honky-Tonk Favorites - Ace O'Donnell [1957] Mother Pin A Rose On Me/Hello Ma Baby/Comrades/Two Little Girls In Blue And Little Annie Rooney/How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm/When You're Smiling/Kitten On The Keys/Oh Marie//For Me And My Gal/Rock-A-Bye Baby With A Dixie Melody/She's More To Be Pitied Than Censured/She May Have Seen Better Days/My Sweetheart's The Man In The Moon/Nola/Girl Of My Dreams/Chinatown My Chinatown

L 1567 - Lillian Roth Sings - Lillian Roth with Don Elliott & His Orchestra [1957]

L 1568 - Calypso Carnival in Hi-Fi - Ernesto San Miguel [1957] Brown Skin Gal/Day- Oh/Jamaica Farewell/Man Smart, Woman Smarter/I Do Adore Her/Keep On Beating De Bongo/others

L 1569/9569 S - Dixieland in Hi-Fi [stereo title: Dixieland Express] - Matty Matlock & His Dixie-Men [1957] Original title was Dixieland in Hi-Fi, but this was changed for the stereo issue on Tops/Mayfair to Dixieland Express. Stereo issue on Mayfair is on red vinyl. Jazz Me Blues/Blues My Naughty Sweetie Give Me/Paper Doll/Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble/Oh Didn't He Ramble//Sugarfoot Strut/Tishomingo Blues/Ballin' The Jack/Ida,/There'll Be Some Changes Made

L 1570/9570 S - The Pied Pipers in a Tribute to Tommy Dorsey - Pied Pipers [1957] The Pied Pipers on this disc consisted of: Sue Allen, Lee Gotch, Allan Davies, and Clark Yocum. Studio musicians for the session included Tommy Tedesco. Of course, the original Pied Pipers started as a late-1930s octet, which was reduced to a quartet by the end of the 1930s. The Pied Pipers of the early 1940s included Jo Stafford, John Huddleston, Chuck Lowry, and Billy Wilson, but Wilson was replaced by former Tommy Dorsey guitarist Clark Yocum early on, before the group had their most popular records. June Hutton replaced Stafford by late 1944, and Hutton continued with the group until Sue Allen replaced her in 1950. So for this record, the only member that was with the group when they had their 1940s hits was Yocum, with Allen joining much later and the others even more recently. The Mayfair stereo version of this disc is on brown and gold ("tortise shell") vinyl. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (S)/Oh! Look At Me Now (S)/Street Of Dreams (S)/Marie (S)/On The Sunny Side Of The Street (S)/Heat Wave (S)//There Are Such Things (S)/Let's Get Away From It All (S)/I'll Never Smile Again (S)/Taking A Chance On Love (S)/Once In A While (S)/I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (Reprise) (S)

L 1571 - Frat Hop - Eddie "Piano" Miller [1957]

L 1572/9572 S - Banjo in Hi-Fi [stereo title: The Roaring 20's] - Paul Martin and His Old-Timers [1957] Original title was Banjo in Hi-Fi, but this was later changed to The Roaring '20s for the stereo issue on Tops/Mayfair. When The Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobing Along (S)/Yes Sir, That's My Baby (S)/I Love A Banjo (S)/Somebody Stole My Gal (S)/Bye Bye Blues (S)/Five Foot Two (S)//Alabamy Bound (S)/Mary Lou (S)/Back Home Again In Indiana (S)/Oh, By Jingo (S)/Sheik Of Araby (S)/Side By Side (E)

L 1573/9573 S - Ray Eberle Plays Glenn Miller Favorites - Ray Eberle [1957] Stereo version is on red vinyl. In The Mood/Fools Rush In/String Of Pearls/Moonlight Serenade/Skylark/Tuxedo Junction//Blue Champagne/Little Brown Jug/It's A Blue World/Sunrise Serenade/Deep Purple/At Last

L 1574 - Carol Bruce - Carol Bruce [1957]

L 1575 - Johnny Long Plays for a Saturday Night Dance Date - Johnny Long's Orchestra (Vocals by Sandee Moore) [1957] Sweet Sue/Where Or When/Swinging Down The Lane/The lady Is A Tramp/Daddy Flamingo/Blue Prelude/Silver Dollar/(others)

L 1576 - Bill Lawrence Sings In the Mood for Love - Bill Lawrence with Don Elliott & His Orchestra [1957] Our Love Is Here To Stay/Easy To Love/The Glory Of Love/This Can't Be Love/I Can't Give You Anything But Love/I'm In The Mood For Love/(others)

L 1577 - We Sing the Old Songs - Curt Massey & Martha Tilton [1957] Old Fall River Line/The One I Love/I'm Thru With Love/Have I Told You Lately That I Love You/How Deep Is The Ocean/Take Me In Your Arms//I Love The Guy/Lonesome Road/My Sweetheart's The Man In The Moon/Cielito Lindo/Girl Of My Dreams/I'll Walk Alone

L 1578/9578 S - Polka Party - George Poole & His Polka-Dots [1957]

L 1579 - Clark Dennis Sings Songs to Treasure Our Wedding Day - Clark Dennis [1957]

L 1580 - Adventure in Sound - Danny Guglielmi & Dena [1957] It's So Peaceful In The Country/Cherokee/I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance With You/Jealous/Georgia On My Mind/Na-Wa-Da-Ha/I'll Remember April/Mosquito Festival/Out Of Nowhere/Bullfrog/Firelight Reverie/Hot Schottish/The Sheik Of Araby

L 1581 - Strictly from Dixie - Morty Corb and His Dixie All-Stars [1957] Alexander's Ragtime Band/Pennies From Heaven/Bayou Blues/South/Ramble In//Honeysuckle Rose/Sugarcane Strut/Baby, Won't You Please Come Home/Back Home Again In Indiana/Savannah Shakedown/Farewell Blue

L 1582/9582 S - Show Time! - Kirby Stone Four [1957] Alexander's Ragtime Band/They All Laughed/Ballin' The Jack/I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now//How Deep Is The Ocean/I Told You I Loved You/Happy Little Island/Clyde

L 1583 - For Men Only - Lew Raymond & His Orchestra [1957] Jayne Mansfield pictured on the cover. Whatever Lola Wants/Heart/Rags To Riches/Unchained Melody/Hernando's Hideaway/Hey, There//The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane/Pepper Hot Baby/Make Yourself Comfortable/Mister Sandman/Sweet Old Fashioned Girl/Make Love To Me

L 1584 - It's Kiddie Time [1957]

L 1585 - Here's Fran Warren - Fran Warren [1957] You Don't Know What Love Is/Hey There/Imagination/Don't Blame Me/Bewitched (Bothered And Bewildered)/I'm In The Mood For Love//You Can't Take That Away From Me/Exactly Like You/Lucky New People In Love/I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me/I Can't Get Started With You/Come Rain Or Shine

L 1586/9586 S - Holiday in Spain - Lew Raymond & His Orchestra [1957] El Relicario/Malaguena/Amapola/Inspiration/Granada/La Corrida//España Cani/Marta/La Virgen De La Macarena/Danza/Ay Ay Ay/Gitanerias

L 1587/9587 S - Holiday in Brazil - Nestor Amaral & His Continentals [1957] Brazil/P'ra Que Discutir/Currupaco/Porte Alegre//Ba Tu Ca Da/Tico Tico/Baia/Bamba No Samba/others

L 1588 - Sons of the Purple Sage with Linna Shane [aka Cimarron: Western Favorites with Linna Shane] - Sons of the Purple Sage with Linna Shane [1957]

L 1589 - Robert Alda Sings Romance of Rome - Robert Alda [1957] Robert is the father of actor Alan Alda. Roman Guitar/Just Say I Love Her/Santa Lucia/Anama E Core/Neapoliton Nights/Sorrento/Souvenier D' Italie/Vieni Su/I Only Know I Love You/Mattinata/I Have But One Heart/Arrivederci Roma

L 1590 - Dick Stabile at the Statler - Dick Stabile [1957] I'll See You In My Dreams/Sorrento/Tenderly/Gypsy In My Soul/Dream/Hong Kong Cha Cha//Cloud Burst/Pavanne/Many Faces/Just You, Just Me/Who's Sorry Now/Don't Blame Me

L 1591/9591 S - Around the World in 80 Days - Lew Raymond Orchestra [1957] David Niven is pictured on the on cover. Around The World/Passepartout/Paris Arrival/Sky Symphony/Invitation To A Bull Fight/Entrance Of The Bull March/India Country Side/The Pagoda Of Pillagi/Temple

L 1592 - Big Hits from the Fabulous Fifties - Lew Raymond Orchestra [1957] Jayne Mansfield is pictured on the cover. C'est Si Bon/Chain Gang/Kiss Of Fire/Cross Over The Bridge/Allegheny Moon/A Girl, A Girl//Teach Me Tonight/Papa Loves Mambo/Vaya Con Dios/Oh My Papa/Sweet And Gentle/Moonlight Gambler

L 1593 - Andre Previn Plays "Fats" Waller - Andre Previn [1957]

L 1594 - Red Nichols and His Five Pennies - Red Nichols & His Five Pennies [1957]

L 1595 - Mel Torme & Ray Eberle - Mel Torme & Ray Eberle [1957]

L 1596 - Saturday Date with Matt Dennis - Matt Dennis [1957] Rock Me To Sleep/True/Hitch Up The Sleigh/Lazy Countryside/I Still Get Jealous/Don't Blame Me/I'm Through With Love/Saturday Date/White Christmas/Natch/(others)

L 1597 - Piano Rhythms - Barclay Allen [1957] Cumana/It Happened In Havana/September Song/At The Crossroads/Green Eyes/My Adobe Hacienda//The Whole World Is Singing My Song/Old Lamplighter/Stardust/Linda/For Sentimental Reasons/That's My Desire

L 1598 - Mr. Musical Comedy - Dan Dailey [1957]

L 1599 - The Incomparable Earl "Fatha" Hines - Earl "Fatha" Hines [1957]

Thanks to Neal Smith, Frank Pinnow, Jim Webb, George Mazich, Rhonda Studer, Darlene Gardner, Peggi Swan, Raina, Wayne Baldwin, and Thomas McWilliams.

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