Domino Records
1924-1930
1932-1933

Domino was a Plaza Music Company label that was introduced in 1924 for 35 (versus Banner's 50) and pressed in reddish-brown shellac until late 1927 in favor of black. Exclusive recording for Domino was a very short-lived affair before it shared material with the other Plaza labels. The American Record Corporation, formed in 1929, dropped Domino in 1930 but revived it briefly in 1932 with a different colored label for John Gable & Company.

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Sleepy Head Thinking
Adrian Schubert's Salon Orchestra Adrian Schubert's Salon Orchestra
Domino 3767-A Domino 3767-B
Matrix# 6675-1^1, Take 1 Matrix# 6674-1^1, Take 1
June 1926 June 1926
New York, New York New York, New York

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