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THE VICTORY

Seven-inch. British manufactured. Crysalate Gramophone Record Manufacturing Company of City Road, London.  

Rust [R] lists the label. It was firsst released in 1928 exclusively for Woolworths stores (in the UK), and cost just six pence. The last was issued on 31 March 1931, after three hundred issues. Most of the masters were made for the label although there are some from the American Banner label or one of its Plaza affiliates. Despite the indication that this is a ‘Long Playing Record', the duration is about that of a standard 10-inch. Rust indicates that no issues were outstanding, under mainly pseudonyms. Al Bowley is on the label (listed annoymously), with the Hawaiian Serenaders. 

Records in collection:

U7-05 sc3 "THE VICTORY"   British Manufacture
173 (805).  OR ANYTHING ELSE I'VE GOT.  Sung by Albert Whelan.
173 (648).  FLYING DUTCHMAN.  Played by the Victory Military Band.
[7-inch ‘Long Playing Record'.]

U7-06 sc3 "THE VICTORY"   British Manufacture
279 (999).  A BENCH IN THE PARK.  ("King of Jazz")  Played by the Victory Dance Orchestra.
279 (39).  TAP DANCE  Justin Ring and His Dance Orchestra. [7-inch ‘Long Playing Record'.]