Saturday, April 29, 2006

Wat een meisje weten moet - Louis Davids

During the early 1930s flexible records where a cheap and inbreakable solution for the breakable shellac record. The flexible records were also printable, so an excellent object to use for advertisement. In the Netherlands, Persil, the washing-powder (soap) company, made such an advertisment record that became on of the most beautiful picture discs. The advertisement was hidden in a tune "What a girl needs to know" sung by Louis Davids, the great Dutch vaudeville artist of the 1930s.


Listen to Wat elk meisje weten moet


There are two different versions of this picture discs. I can only show you one.

Wat een meisje weten moet - Louis Davids
recorded ca. 1930-1931 in Berlin.

There are up to 9 different songs on the reverse. Thanks to Rinus Blijleven, discographer, 6 of them could be listed here.

1.

6128-A 04285 Mein Herr, ich hab' Sie schon gekannt, als Sie so klein war'n - Foxtrot
M: Willy Rosen/T: Willy Rosen und Marcel Lion

2.

5087-B 01049 Donna Vatra Serenade argentine [Tango M: Otto Köpping Tango-Kapelle Morello [=Géza Komor]

Auch auf Tri-Ergon 5204; Colorit 3003 als "Tangokapelle Morello"; Colorit 3137 als "Tangokapelle Romeo"

3.

20001-B 02731 La Donna E Mobile [Ach, wie so trügerisch] (Comme La Plume Au Vent) a.d. Oper "Aïda" M: Giuseppe Verdi
Chanté par Salvatore Salvati avec accompagnement d´orchestre (Italienisch gesungen)

Auch auf Star S.5009 als "Cav. Salvatre Salvati, tenor med orkester"

4.

Das Blumenmädchen von Neapel - Tango

5.
Das gib't nur einmal - Foxtr. - Aus "Der Kongress tanzt"

6.
Bin, zwei, drei die ganze Kompanie - Marsch-Fox - aus "Kaisermanöver"


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I hope, Ate, this will answer your question.



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