Vox Records (Germany)

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VOX Schallplatten- und Sprechmaschinen-Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin was a German record label founded in 1921. One source suggests that it issued the first electrical recordings in Germany in late 1924 or early 1925, presumably recorded by a method other than that of Western Electric, but notes that it did not generally adopt electric recording technology until some 18 months later.[1]

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Sam Wooding and His Orchestra
aka The Chocolate Kiddies
Recorded at Vox Studios, Berlin
June 5–10, 1925
Matrix Music
Title
Composer(s)
lyricist(s)
Catalog
No.
2357–A "O Katharina" L. Wolfe Gilbert (words)
Richard Fall (music)
Vox 01890
2358–A "Shanghai Shuffle" Larry Conley (w&m)
Gene Rodemich (w&m)
Vox 01890
audio
2359–A "Alabamy Bound" Ray Henderson (music)
Buddy DeSylva (words)
Bud Green (words)
Vox 01890
audio
2359– "Alabamy Bound"
(alternate take)
Ray Henderson (music)
Buddy DeSylva (words)
Bud Green (words)
Jazz Panorama LP20
2360– "By the Waters of Minnetonka" Thurlow Lieurance (w&m) Vox 01882
2755–B "O Katharina" L. Wolfe Gilbert (words)
Richard Fall (music)
Vox 01883
2756–B "Shanghai Shuffle" Larry Conley (w&m
Gene Rodemich (w&m)
Jazz Panorama LP20
2757–B "Alabamy Bound" Ray Henderson (music)
Buddy DeSylva (words)
Bud Green (words)
Vox 1891

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