The New World Theatre Orchestra

the USA The New World Theatre Orchestra

Album’s Overview
#1 the-new-world-theatre-orchestra-south-pacific-oklahoma.jpg 1957 [2, 25:30] The New World Theatre Orchestra - South Pacific / Oklahoma (Trans-World TW-1700) studio mini • new music
#2 the-new-world-theatre-orchestra-my-fair-lady-the-king-and-i.jpg 1957 [4, ??:??] The New World Theatre Orchestra - My Fair Lady / The King And I (Trans-World TW-2700) studio • new music
#3 the-new-world-theatre-orchestra-honeymoon-in-manhattan.jpg 1957 [8, 37:03] The New World Theatre Orchestra - Honeymoon In Manhattan (Trans-World TW-3000) studio • new music
#4 the-new-world-theatre-orchestra-lets-dance-to-the-hits-of-the-30s-and-40s.jpg 1957 [10, 40:46] The New World Theatre Orchestra - Let’s Dance To The Hits Of The ’30s And ’40s (Trans-World TW-3100) studio • new music 3.03 “Terrible” Orchestra Dance
#5 the-new-world-theatre-orchestra-hits-from-broadway-shows-the-pajama-game-and-silk-stockin.jpg 1957 [3, ??:??] The New World Theatre Orchestra - Hits From Broadway Shows The Pajama Game And Silk Stockings (Trans-World TW-3330) studio • new music
date.png 10-Jul-2010
notes.png The end. The recorded output of this "house band" effectively ended with the demise of the label.


One of the fabricated "in-house" monikers used by Trans-World, a part of Miller International Company of Media, Pennsylvania, which was run by David L. Miller. The label started in 1956 and lasted to about 1958. Miller International also had the Essex label, for which Bill Haley recorded his first hit, "Crazy Man Crazy," in 1952. By 1958, Miller had folded Essex and had gone on to issuing budget albums on his Somerset label, and had converted Trans-World to a Somerset clone. Alas, from Haley to junk records. What a fall.

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