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Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn

S3productions gospel quarter hour

Earle Anderson The Lord’s Prayer

Bless This House

Les Barnett Blessed Quietness

It’s No Secret

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 All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com

Sacred Records started as a California company in 1944. The President was Earle E. Williams, who hosted the TV show "Sunday Sing" (originally, "Highway to Heaven") which debuted on October 28, 1956 on KCOP in Los Angeles. By 1958, they were operating at 550 W. Lambert Rd., Whittier, California. They specialized in religious music, and shared much of their artist roster with the Christian Faith label, also in California. bsnpubs.com/word/sacred/sacred.html

Sacred Records Album Discography

By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries

Earle Anderson

A: The Lord’s Prayer

Composer: Albert Hay Malotte

Organ and Piano

B: Bless This House

Composers Brahe, Taylor

Sacred records 84 A/B

Les Barnett Blessed Quietness

Composer: Marshall

Les Barnett

Profile: was well known for his extraordinary virtuosity at the organ. His untimely death in 1959 was a shock to the music world.

It’s No Secret

Composer: Hamblem

Singspiration Sacred Recordings

Variety: 1a. RCA-Victor Div. for Singspiration, Grand Rapids, Michigan, non-breakable at 3, red label

RCA Victor Division of Radio Corporation of America

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