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Clyde Doerr and his Orchestra
(Fox Trot with vocal refrain)

Composers: Howard Johnson, Chas.Tobias, Al Sherman

Edison Diamond Disc 52065-R Year 1927

File Name: Dew-Dew-Dewey Day.mp3

File size: 971 Kb

Playing Time: 4:02

About: Clyde Doerr

Turtle Talk:
"Dew-Dew-Dewey Day" is probably the last of Edison's acoustically recorded selections. It was recorded on July 1, 1927 in the New York City studio. While most recording companies embraced electrical recording in the mid 1920's, Edison continued to perfect and embrace the acoustical techniques. Edison's first electrically recorded selection is geneally believed to be "I'm Gonna Settle Up (Then I'm Gonna Settle Down), recording matrix number 11778. The"Dew-Dew-Dewey Day" recording matrix number is 11777.

Get ready to tap your toes.

Tech Tidbits:
"Dew-Dew-Dewey Day" was transferred using a 2.7 mil truncated elliptical stylus in a Stanton 500 stereo cartridge at 80 rpm on a United Audio Dual 1219 turntable.

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