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Early Long Play Vinyl from 1948-1956 – 10-Inch Format

10-Inch Long Plays were introduced in 1947 but didn’t come into vogue until the early 1950’s.  Very few rock acts appeared in this format during it’s run up until 1956 then fizzling out in the next couple of years – giving way to the 12-inch long play.  A wide variety of genres appeared on 10-inch but it was a showcase for big bands and orchestras even though their dominating era had passed by.

The adult record buying public supported these early 10-inch long plays  – The advent of the 45 format both in singles and extended play – opened up the market to the Baby Boom generation who were coming into a better fiscal standing (as their little big older siblings – who first supported rock and roll – already were enjoying).

“A” Artists thru “I”

Lou Adams – 1952

Alfredito & His Orchestra – 1954

Barclay Allen – 1950

Dr. Arthur Allen – 1954

Steve Allen – 1955

Laurindo Almeida – 1950

Pauline Alpert – 1955

Wolfgang Amadeus – 1956

Carmen Amaya – 1950

The American Singers with Orchestra – 1954

The Ames Brothers – 1950

Albert Ammons – 1950

Gene Ammons – 1952

Leroy Anderson Orchestra – 1950

Marian Anderson – 1954

Fabian Andre Orchestra – 1954

The Andrews Sisters – 1949

The Andrews Sisters and Alfred Apaka – 1952

Anna Marie – 1955

Ray Anthony Orchestra – 1952

Alfred Apaka – 1953

Luis Arcaraz Orchestra – 1953

Ramon Argueso – 1953

Alan Arkin – 1955

Louis Armstrong – 1950

Srend Asmussen – 1953

Winifred Atwell – 1950

George Auld with the Jud Conlon Rhythmaires – 1953

The Austrian Symphony Orchestra – 1950

Gene Autry – 1950

Lew Ayers with Players and Orchestra – 1951

The Bach Choir – 1950

Wilhelm Backhaus – 1951

Badura – 1950

Charity Bailey – 1950

Pearl Bailey – 1953

Helene Baillarge – 1955

Chet Baker – 1954

Josephine Baker – 1951

Phil Baker – 1950

The Banjo Kings – 1954

Pual Barbarin and the New Orleans Jazz Band – 1954

Don Mariano Barrito – 1955

Blue Barron – 1954

Bartok – 1950

Count Basie Orchestra – 1950

The Basin Street Six – 1950

The Bavarian Symphony – 1952

Les Baxter Orchestra – 1951

Gilbert Becaud – 1954

Bix Beiderbecke and the Wolverines – 1954

Sidor Belarsky – 1954

Louis Bellson – 1954

Polly Bergen – 1955

Dewey Bergman – 1951

Irving Berlin – and Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra – 1950

The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra – 1952

Chu Berry and His Jazz Ensemble – 1952

Eddie Bert – 1955

Sondra Bianca – 1953

E. Powers Biggs – 1950

Billis Caracas Boys – 1952

The Birds of Paradise – 1954

Jimmy Blades – 1952

The Art Blakey Quintet – 1954

Paul Bley with Charlie Mingus and Art Blakley – 1954

Blind Blake – 1952

Bliss and Britton – 1953

Ernest Bloch – 1950

Bob and Ray – 1954

Claude Bonheur – 1956

The Bop-A-Loos – 1955

Victor Borge – 1955

Earl Bostic – 1951

The Boston Pops Orchestra – 1954

The Boston Symphony – 1950

Laura Boulton – 1954

Jimmy Boyd – 1952

Ruby Braaf – 1955

Will Bradley – 1955

Dennis Brain and the Halle Orchestra – 1950

Oscar Brand – 1955

Brandywine – 1950

Teresa Brewer – 1951

Elton Britt – 1955

The Broadway Singers – 1956

The Broadway Symphonic Jazz Orchestra with Suzanne Auber – 1956

Bob Brookmeyer featuring Al Cohn – 1954

Hadda Brooks – 1950

Big Bill Broonzy – 1954

Clifford Brown – 1953

Clifford Brown and Max Roach – 1954

Les Brown and His Band of Renown – 1950

The Dave Brubeck Octet – 1951

George Brunis with the New Orleans Rhythm Kings – 1954

Bruno – 1950

Joyce Bryant – 1954

Lord Buckley – 1955

The Budapest Gypsy Orchestra – 1950

Lord Burgess’ Calypso Serenaders – 1954

Sonny Burke Orchestra – 1951

Ralph Burns – 1952

Abe Burrows with the Milton DeLugg Orchestra – 1950

Joe Bushkin

David Buttolph – 1955

Jerry Byrd with Danny Kuaana and His Islanders – 1950

Cab Calloway – 1950

Frankie Carle – 1949

Hoagy Carmichael – 1950

Vangy Carmichael – 1950

Joe Fingers Carr – 1950

John Carradine – 1953

Barbara Carroll – 1952

Gaylord Carter – 1950

The Cass County Boys – 1951

The Page Cavanaugh Trio – 1952

Carmen Cavallaro – 1950

Otto Cesana – 1952

Emmanuel Chabrier – 1954

Chaliapin – 1951

Serge Chaloff – 1955

The Ray Charles Chorus – 1954

Teddy Charles Quartet – 1953

The Charleston City All-Stars – 1955

Michael Cheshire – 1952

The Chinese Cultural Group – 1951

Herman Chittison – 1950

The Chordettes – 1950

Charlie Christian – 1951

June Christy – 1954

Slim Clark – 1952

The Cleveland Orchestra – 1950

Rosemary Clooney and Harry James – 1953

Leon Cohen – 1956

Cozy Cole’s Big 7 and Jimmy McPartland Quintet – 1956

Maria Cole – 1954

Nat King Cole – 1950

Emil Coleman Orchestra – 1952

Ronald Colman and Charles Laughton – 1950

The Columbia Choir – 1955

The Columbia Choristers – 1951

Perry Como – 1952

Les Compagnon De La Chanson – 1952

Cesar Conception and Joe Valle – 1953

Conte Condili – 1954

Eugene Conley – 1950

Chris Connor – 1954

Dick Contino – 1955

The Cool Britons – 1954

Spade Cooley Orchestra – 1949

Clarence Cooper – 1955

Annie Cordy – 1954

Arcangelo Corelli – 1953

The Country All-Stars – 1953

Harold Courlander – 1951

Henry Cowell – 1951

Ida Cox with Joe Smith and Tommy Ladnier – 1953

Richard Crean Orchestra – 1950

Big Crosby – 1949

Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell – 1952

Bob Crosby’s Bobcats – 1951

Celia Cruz – 1952

Edi Csoka and His Gypsy Orchestra – 1953

Lolita Cuevas and Frantz Casseus – 1953

Xavier Cugat and His Waldorf-Historia Ochestra – 1950

Pete Daily’s Banjo Band – 1950

Alan Dale with the George Paxton Orchestra – 1951

Shoshana Damari – 1950

Vic Damone – 1950

Billy Daniels with Benny Payne – 1952

Miles Davis – 1951

Wild Bill Davison – 1955

Doris Day – 1949

Bill De Arango – 1954

Sidney De Paris and his Blue Note Stompers – 1951

Frank De Vol Orchestra – 1950

The Delta Rhythm Boys – 1952

Jorg Demus – 1951

Maya Deren -1953

Joe Derise – 1955

The Vic Dickenson Septet – 1953

Marlene Dietrich – 1949

The Dinning Sisters – 1952

The Dixie Redcoat Band and the University of Georgia Men’s Glee Club – 1959

The Dixieland Jug Blowers and the Memphis Jug Band – 1954

The Dixieland Rhythm Kings – 1956

Baby Dodds – 1951

Johnny Dodds – 1950

Arne Domnerus – 1952

Lou Donaldson – 1952

Kenny Dorham – 1955

The Dorsey Brothers’ Orchestra – 1950

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra – 1951

Eddy Duchin – 1949

The Duke of Iron – 1953

Katherine Dunham – 1950

Billy Eckstine – 1952

Webley Edwards with Al Kealona Perry – 1954

Roy Eldridge – 1950

Larry Elgart Orchestra – 1953

Les Elgart Orchestra – 1954

Federico Elizalde – 1952

Duke Ellington  Orchestra – 1952

Don Elliott – 1954

Ziggy Elman and His Orchestra – 1951

Mario Escudero – 1955

Dale Evans – 1956

Wilbur Evans – 1950

Percy Faith Orchestra – 1952

Tal Farlow – 1954

Art Farmer – 1954

The Robert Farnum Orchestra – 1950

Eileen Farrell – 1950

Irv Fazolla – 1950

The Ernie Felice Quartet – 1950

Don Camillo – 1953

Ferrante and Teicher – 1954

Kathleen Ferrier and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra – 1951

George Feyer – 1953

Shep Fields Orchestra with Toni Arden – 1955

The Finger Lake Five – 1955

The Firehouse 5 Plus 2 – 1951

Eddie Fisher – 1952

Ella Fitzgerald – 1950

Georges Florent – 1950

The Fontaine Sisters – 1955

Reginald Foort – 1954

The Four Aces – 1952

The Four Lads – 1954

Virgil Fox – 1950

Jacqueline Francois – 1950

Bud Freeman and His Cum Laude Orchestra – 1950

The French Latin Orchestra – 1954

Les Freres Jacques – 1952

Maurice Friedman and Susie Michael – 1950

Lefty Frizzel, Carl Smith and Marty Robbins – 1955

Frankie Froba and His Boys – 1950

Jane Froman – 1954

Geri Galian and His Caribbean Rhythm Boys – 1951

Jan Garber Orchestra – 1953

Russ Garcia – 1955

Freddy Garner – 1953

Judy Garland – 1951

Erroll Garner – 1950

Walter Giseking and Claude Debussy – 1951

George Gershwin – 1951

Stan Getz – 1955

Georgia Gibbs – 1953

Terry Gibbs Sextet and the Milt Buckner Trio – 1953

Steve Gibson and The Red Caps – 1952

Shep Ginades – 1952

Will Glahe and His Orchestra – 1952

Joe Glazer – 1954

Tom Glazer – 1950

Jackie Gleason Orchestra – 1952

The Golden Gate Quartet – 1950

Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra – 1954

Edwin Franko Gouldman Band – 1951

Vincent Gomez – 1952

Cynthia Gooding – 1952

Al Goodman Orchestra – 1948

Dexter Gordon – 1950

Michael Gorman – 1956

Morton Gould Orchestra – 1948

Norman Granz – 1950

Jerry Gray Orchestra – 1950

Wardell Gray – 1952

Larry Green Orchestra – 1955

Philip Green Orchestra – 1950

Urbie Green and His All-Stars – 1954

Ken Griffin – 1950

Tito Guitar – 1951

The Lars Gullin Quartet – 1953

Woody Guthrie – 1950

The Gypsy Wanderers – 1950

Ray Haig – 1951

Bill Haley and the Comets – 1955

Edmund Hall – 1951

Bengt Hallberg – 1952

Roy Hamilton – 1954

Lionel Hampton All Stars – 1951

Jack Hansen Orchestra – 1952

Bill Harris – 1953

Dolores Hawkins – 1954

Coleman Hawkins and His All Stars – 1955

The Haydn Surprise Symphony – 1954

Dick Haymes – 1951

Lennie Hayton – 1951

Gordon Heath – 1954

Neal Hefti Orchestra – 1953

Jascha Heifetz – 1954

Fletcher Henderson – 1954

Skitch Henderson Orchestra – 1954

John Hendrik Orchestra – 1950

Woody Herman and His Woodchoppers – 1950

Eddie Heywood Orchestra – 1950

The Hi-Lo’s – 1955

Al Hibbler – 1954

Earl Hines – 1951

Judith Hipp – 1954

Art Hodes and His Blue Note Jazzmen – 1950

Johnny Hodges – 1951

Samuel Hoffman – 1950

Jack Holcomb – 1950

Billie Holiday – 1953

Joe Holiday and Others – 1952

Bill Holman – 1954

Homer and Jethro and Frank Loesser – 1953

Lena Horne – 1951

1950 – Vladimir Horowitz – 1950

Wilmeth Houdini – 1950

Peanuts Hucko and the All Stars – 1956

Langston Hughes – 1955

The Humbard Family – 1955

Roberto Inglez – 1951

The Ink Spots – 1949

Burl Ives – 1949

 

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