Romeo Records
1926-1938

Romeo was a 25 budget label produced by Cameo. It was originally for S. H. Kress & Co., which existed from 1896 to 1981 and was one of the largest dime-store chains in the United States. From 1926 to 1929 Romeo's output mirrored that of Cameo's. The American Record Corporation acquired them both in 1929 and masters were then used from its sources. ARC dropped Cameo in 1930 but kept Romeo going until 1938.

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Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella (On A Rainy Day) My Melancholy Baby
Sam Lanin and His Troubadours Goodrich Broadcasters
Romeo 526-A Romeo 526-B
Matrix# 2765-C Matrix# 2769-B
ca. December 23, 1927 ca. December 28, 1927
New York, New York New York, New York
Note: Same as Cameo 8103. This one is in better condition too.

Together Every Evening
Miami Royal Palm Orchestra (pseudonym for Willard Robison & His Orchestra) Goodrich Broadcasters (possibly a pseudonym for Sam Lanin)
Romeo 561 Romeo 561
Matrix# 2849 Matrix# 2854
ca. January 30, 1928 ca. February 1, 1928
New York, New York New York, New York

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