Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Eddie Davis with Royal Roost records
Eddie Davis Chihuahua
I only have eyes for you
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Roost Records (also known as Royal Roost Records) was a record label established in 1949, primarily to record jazz, taking its secondary name from the New York club with which it was associated.. The Roost label was founded in 1949 by Arthur Faden, Bill Faden, Monty Kay and Ralph Watkins in New York City. Shortly after founding the label, Jack Hooke and Sammy Kaye acquired the label from the founders. In 1950 Jack Hooke purchased Sammy Kaye's interest. From 1950 until 1958 the label was run by Jack Hooke and Teddy Reig. The output of the label was almost entirely jazz.
The label was called both Roost and Royal Roost.
It was acquired by Morris Levy in 1958 and incorporated into Roulette Records.
Royal Roost/Roost Album Discography
by David Edwards and Mike Callahan
1188 remix I only have eyes for you
Eddie Davis Accompanied by “Bonnemere”
Royal Roost 1189 587 Chi Hua Hua
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