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Larry Caton - Music From The Hall Of Springs Album

Larry Caton - Music From The Hall Of Springs Album

Performer: Larry Caton
Title: Music From The Hall Of Springs
Cat#: HLP 0107
Label: Herald
Country: US
Style: Easy Listening
Category: Jazz
Size MP3: 2486 mb
Size FLAC: 2202 mb


1Stars In My Eyes
2The One Rose
3You Tell Me Your Dream
4Call Me Darling
5Kiss In The Dark
6I'm Falling In Love With Someone
7When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver
8One Kiss
10Let Me Call You Sweetheart
11Alice Blue Gown
12Silver Moon
13Girl Of My Dreams
14For You
15My Wonderful One
17Kiss Me Again


from the album back:

Larry Caton, native of Rochester, New York
has had an extensive and varied musical back-
ground. Playing some of the leading clubs, his
own TV and radio shows, he continues to be one
of the most popular organ artist in the Tri-State
area. Ever since the time he played his first en-
gagement at the Hall of Springs, he has been over-
whelmed with both it’s beauty and acoustic re-
ception. 'It has always been his desire to someday
record his Music From The Hall of Springs; thus
is Larry Caton’s debut on Herald Records.

About the Hall of Springs: Located in Saratoga,
New York, it is known throughout the world and
is considered as one of the most beautiful build-
ings in America. Famous for it’s three naturally
carbonated waters it attracts visitors from all parts
of the world. The Hall’s ceiling is 38 feet above
the floor; and from it hangs three tremendous
silver and crystal chandeliers that were made in
Czechoslovakia. The interior construction consists
of varied marble from Italy, Belgium, Crystallin
pink marble from Georgia, Vermont, Kasota stone
from Minnesota and limestone from Indiana. The
woodwork is cherry, which is used in the solid
work, such as floor outlines and panels. Of in-
teresting note is the efforts taken in the matter
of the hall’s accoustic facilities. Acoustical plaster
was specified to absorb not less than thirty percent
of the sound that strikes it, for sound having a
pitch as C-4 corresponding to a frequency of 512
vibrations per second. Special acoustical treatment
was given to the octagonal plaster coffers in the
ceiling designed to have a sound absorption co-
eflicient of not less than 80% with a frequency
from 512 D.V.S. per second to 1024 D.V.S.

The equipment used for this recording con-
sisted of an Ampex 400A recorder and an Altec
639B microphone. Recordings made on Scotch
l l lA-professional recording tape at a speed of 15
inches per second. Every effort was made to en-
hance the unique acoustical conditions of the hall
in which the recordings were produced, by the
careful placement of microphones and organ for
maximum effect. The master tape was carefully
edited, and the LP master processed so as to pre-
serve the dynamics and outstanding reverberant
quality of the original performance.

The master of this recording was cut with
R.I.I.A. characteristic. Frequency range is from
30 to 15,000 cycles per second. Playback equip-
ment should be set to compensate for this. This
high fidelity recording has been pressed with
100% pure vinyl to insure maximum sound

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