Logo added. Thanks.
I am 99% sure these are the same label, and I have merged them. Thanks for the eagle eye.
Cover added. Thanks for the submission.
You are correct! Although Convy was part of the original Broadway cast, he did not play Tevye, who was the male character of the pair who sang this song. I have corrected the error and created a new visual performance for Fiddler on the Roof. Thanks for bringing this error to our attention.
New artist (Neidlinger), release (Locomotive) and covers, including "Skippy" added. Other covers appearing on this release have not yet been added because the original works are not yet in the SHS database.
Thanks for pointing out the original release of "Skippy". This is important for the database. Under the SHS Guidelines, the database generally only shows the first recorded/released version of a work by any given artist. In this case, we had incorrectly shown the first release of "Skippy" by Monk to be in 1956 on an LP. It is even more important that the database includes the first actual release by the artist who first released it. If you find other instances where we do not accurately show the first release for a work, please post that in the errors topic.
Appreciate your interest in SHS and hope that you participate at the site going forward.
Versailles  merged into Versailles. Thanks.
Typo in the catalog number corrected. Thanks for catching the error.
As you may recall, I think that Simon & Garfunkel should be handled as a joint performance of Simon and Garfunkel. Basically, that is my view of all duos where one or both members of the duo recorded without the other. As to why "Jackie and Roy" are separated, I couldn't tell how it came about from looking at the modification log. I don't know if they were entered individually initially or not.
At present, SHS only has recordings entered by the pair as a duo. If we converted Jackie and Roy to a single performer, the individual biographical data would be eliminated under current SHS practice because neither artist would have any individual entires at this point to be included on their respective artist pages. Alternatively, the current practice would have to be modified to allow for artist entries when the artist was merely part of a group, with no individual credits included in the database. I personally would not object to this approach, but it isn't how things are currently done. Since I think more information is preferable to less, I would oppose a "solution" that results in the elimination of the individual artist pages for Jackie and Roy.
I simply don't consider the current handling of Jackie and Roy to be in anyway an "error". It seems to me that this topic is better addressed on the Guidelines board.
Actually, at least Jackie has sometimes recorded without Roy.
You may well be right about GEMA being in error in this instance. I didn't know, which is why I wanted it checked out. I had planned to mark the work revised, but I couldn't satisfy myself that all the listed versions were of the Troup work, particularly after seeing the copyrights for the song extended to Little Richard. Incidentally, there are often errors on labels with respect to who wrote a song. One notorious example is "Stormy Monday Blues" (Crowder/Eckstine/Hines) and "They Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday's Just as Bad)" (T-Bone Walker), where I know from personal experience that the attribution is often wrong
I suspect that there are performances for two or more distinct works under this title. While Bobby Troup did indeed write a song under this name, so did Little Richard (with a co-composer) , and Little Richard is probably performing his own work -- not Troup's. Arthur Hamilton, Eddie Cochrane, Steve Allen and Leigh Harline have all written works under this title according to GEMA so I suspect other versions attributed as covers of Troup's work belong elsewhere as well.
In this instance, the Challis recording is the first (1936), but it was not released until 1983. Because it is the first recording, it does not appear in the listing under the 1983 release date.
Release date changed to May, 1969.
I likely did use bsnpubs as the source for this. I've changed it to what the label says, without listing the players who do not appear on the front of the LP.
I don't particularly want to get involved with arguing about any Guideline that may have existed that required wordless vocalization to be treated as an undetermined language. I would only note that Bastien, who apparently was responsible for that Guideline, has now indicated that he would prefer that they not been handled as an "undetermined" language. Entering performances with wordless vocalization in this way simply clogs up the database with a lot of "original" works without credits.
I personally enter these with a Comment, noting the wordless vocalization. I had thought that this is how the issue was resolved.
Bastien, is there now a Guideline on this? If not, it should be further discussed particularly in light of Alan's statement that they Guideline he had been following has now been purged. I do think that when official Guidelines are changed, notice should be given to the editors so they don't continue following a deleted Guideline.
Incorrect image removed and the one you provided has been added. Thanks.
Atkins entered as co-author. Thanks.