"The Big Green" / "Gung Ho"

SERIAL#: 29
DATE: 1960-10

MISC NOTES: This recording was a farcical effort by some local jazzniks to mock rock 'n' roll. (Very similar situation as the Byron Gosh single.) Involved in its creation were Bill Franklin; Grant Hill; and Rick Wheeldon.

LOCATION: Seattle
RECORDING PERSONNEL:
RECORDING STUDIO: Audio Recording, Inc.
RECORDING ENGINEER: Kearney Barton

FORMAT: disc
SIZE: 7"
SPEED:45 rpm
DISC NOTES: Vocal With Orchestra / Instrumental  -- A Topaz Master / A Topaz Master

Known Label Designs:
1RA.) A - B retail disc. 1st three fish  logo design centered above spindle hole. Light blue label background. Darker blue logo, numerals and lettering. Disc # right center of spindle hole: No. 29. Address: 622 Union St. Seattle 1, Washington, U.S.A. arced along bottom edge of label.

A-SIDE MATRIX:
1RA.) DO - 657
A-SIDE STAMPER CODE:
1RA.) DO - 657   ^36747
A-SIDE COMPOSER: Hill - Wheeldon
A-SIDE PUBLISHER: G.B. G. Music (BMI)

B-SIDE MATRIX: 1RA.) DO - 658
B-SIDE STAMPER CODE: 1RA.) DO - 658   ^36747 - X
B-SIDE COMPOSER: Bill Franklin
B-SIDE PUBLISHER: Cornerstone (BMI)