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STF 7-800
The infamous STF 7- series marked another decline in quality. To save tape costs, whoever was running the show at this point (presumably New York distributor Alphatapes) shortened each reel by leaving out tracks. Cheap packaging, sloppy labelling, no notes, substandard dubbing. All of these characteristics were carried over when these same titles later recirculated on reels from Hallmark / Sentry / Turnpike / Coast / Empire: all shared similar package designs. Only the label name would change to protect the guilty.

The STF 7-xxx titles were also available as MTF (mono tapes, in the midst of the stereo boom!), and/or as STF3-xxx releases: recorded at 3.75 ips instead of 7.5, for the ultimate in lousy sound. At least some of the mono 3.75 ips releases were issued in the increasingly obsolete 2-track format; 5-inch reels were used in standard 7-inch boxes.
The Ink Spots Greatest Hits
The Ink Spots
STF 7-801
St Louis Blues / Wait Till The Sun Shines Nellie / Swanee River / Cuddle Up A Little Closer / When My Sugar Walks Down The Street / Stars Fell On Alabama / In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree / Clementine / I Love You Truly / I'd Climb The Highest Mountain
Flower Drum Song
Hollywood Radio City Orchestra and Chorus
STF 7-803
Re-reissue of ST 7071; omits: Finale.
My Fair Lady
STF 7-805
Strauss Waltzes and Polkas
Boys Choir of Vienna
STF 7-806
Re-reissue of ST 7069; omits: My Austria.
Flamenco by Laurindo Almeida
Jose Barroso
STF 7- 807
Reissue of ST 7056.
Greatest March Music
Vienna Army Batallion Band / French Paratroopers Band
STF 7-808
Reissue of ST 7070; omits: Old Comrades.
Hawaiian Enchantment for Dancing
George Poole
STF 7-810
Reissue of ST 7057; omits: Sweet Leilani, Moon of Manakoora.
Smash Flops
The Characters
STF 7-811
Reissue of ST 7075.
Shep Fields at the Shamrock Hilton
Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm
STF 7-816
Pink Champagne for Dancing
Lloyd Mumm and his Starlight Roof Orchestra
STF 7-818
Reissue of ST 7049; omits: Pink Cocktails for a Blue Lady / Full Moon and Empty Arms / I'm Always Chasing Rainbows.
Theater Favorites: The Sound of Music
Broadway Pops Orchestra
STF 7-819
Possibly a reissue of ST 7079.

Overture / The Sound of Music / Maria / My Favorite Things / 16 Going on 17 / Do-Re-Mi / How Can Love Survive? / An Ordinary Couple / So Long, Farewell / Climb Every Mountain / Lonely Goatherd / Finale
Porgy and Bess
STF 7-820
Overture / Summertime / I Got Plenty o' Nothin' / Bess You Is My Woman Now / It Ain't Necessarily So / A Woman Is a Sometime Thing / My Man's Gone Now / There's a Bot That's Leavin' for New York / Oh Lord I'm on My Way / Finale
Latin Heat
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-821
Reissue of ST 7053; omits: Sweet Sue.
Ted Weems Vol 1
Ted Weems and his Orchestra
STF 7-824
Reissue of ST 7083; omits: Somebody Else Is Taking My Place / Say It Isn't So.
The Music Man
Al Goodman and his Orchestra
STF 7-825
Though the packaging credits Al Goodman, this is probably a reissue of the 'Hollywood Radio City' production from ST 3033, omitting: Pick-a-Little Talk-a-Little - Goodnight Ladies.
Tribute to Tommy Dorsey
STF 7-831
These are mainly Maxwell Davis performances from ST 7027.

Swanee River / Marie / Boogie Woogie / Sunny Side of the Street / So Rare / Swing Low Sweet Chariot / Deep River / Song of India / Brave Old Army Team / Evening Star
Glenn Miller--A Musical Memory
Tex Morgan and his Orchestra
STF 7-832
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The mysterious, nonexistent 'Tex Morgan'. Some of the same tracks can be heard on STF 4026.

Going Home / Boogie Woogie / Army Fight Song / By the Waters of the Minnetonka / Evening Star / Clair de Lune / La Cinquantaine / Moonlight Serenade / Greensleeves
Shep Fields at the Shamrock Hilton Vol 2
Shep Fields and his Rippling Rhythm
STF 7-835
Spirituals in Rhythm
Sister Rosetta Tharpe
STF 7-841
Reissue of ST 7089; omits: Lily of the Valley / God, Lead Us Along.
Tangos of the Argentine
The Rafael Valdez Orchestra
STF 7-842
Reissue of ST 7090; omits: La Paloma / Tango Espanol / CValentino Tango.
The Happy Harmonica
Danny Welton
STF 7-843
Reissue of ST 7091. Omits: C'est Magnifique.
Grand Canyon Suite
STF 7-845
From ST 7093. Omits: The Painted Desert.
Musician's Choice
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-846
Carelessness prevailed again, as this tape had no music at all by Francis Bay! The tracks were taken from the Bob Freedman album 'The Five Pennies' (ST 7094). Omits: Jada / Lullaby in Ragtime.
Golden Hymns
Jimmy Graham / Abbey Choir
STF 7-848
Reissue of ST 7096. Omits: Take Time to Be Holy / Nearer My God.
Dine and Dance with George Liberace
George Liberace and his Orchestra
STF 7-854
 
Swingin' Night People Vol 2
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-856
Reissue of ST 7106. Omits: I Only Have Eyes for You / That Old Feeling.  Adds: Machito (from  ST 7046).
African Percussion in Stereo
Chaino
STF 7-857
Apparently by this time the Alphatape brand was interchangeable with Omegatape and titles might show up under either name or both. Reissue of ST  7107; omits:  Quiet Village / Lisbon Antigua.
Tribute to Tommy Dorsey
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-860
Reissue of ST  7035.
Glenn Miller: A Musical Memory Vol 2
STF 7-861
No performers are named, but these are not the "Tex Morgan" performances of Vol 1. Instead they are from the Francis Bay Tribute to Glenn Miller. Reissue of ST  7037; omits: At Last / I Know Why.
Benny Rides Again
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-862
Reissue of ST 7038. Omits: Air Mail Special / Goodbye.
James Session
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-863
Reissue of ST 7041. Omits: Cherry / James Session.
Latin Heat with a Latin Beat
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-864
Reissue of ST 7039. Omits: Topaz. Adds: Sweet Sue (from ST 7053).
Study in Brown
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-865
Reissue of ST 7044; omits: Bizet Has His Day.
Shaw 'Nuff
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-866
Reissue of ST 7040.
Musician's Choice Vol 2
Francis Bay and his Big Band
STF 7-876
Reissue of  SSTB 876, omits: Scrapple for the Apple / Line for Lyons.
Bloody Mary Sings the Blues
Juanita Hall
STF 7-877
Reissue of  DSSTC 877.
Hold That Train / Good Old Wagon / Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out / I Don't Want It Second Hand / A Good Man Is Hard to Find / Gulf Coast Blues / Gimme a Pigfoot / Lovin' Sam from Alabam'.
Music of Victor Herbert
Gordon Kibbee / Bill Thomson
STF 7-878
Reissue of  SSTB 878, performed entirely by Bill Thomson; omits: Absinthe Frappe / Sidewalks of New York / Eight Moonbeams.
The Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ in Stereo
Gordon Kibbee and Bill Thomson
STF 7-881
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There seems to be very little Gordon Kibbee on this reel; all titles are probably performed not by Bill Thomson as stated, but by John Kiley, who was stadium organist at Fenway Park and Boston Garden.

Poor Johnny One Note / Where or When / Wish You Were Here / If This Isn't Love / My Funny Valentine / Roamin' in the Gloamin' / Dark Eyes / Oh Promise Me / Tell Me Pretty Maiden
Strauss Waltzes and Polkas Vol 2
Boys Choir of Vienna
STF 7-882

The Merry Widow
Al Goodman and his Orchestra
STF 7-884
Reissue of DSST 884; omits: Love in My Heart.
The Ink Spots Songbook
The Ink Spots
STF 7-900
Sing Along with the Sportsmen
The Sportsmen
STF 7-901
Sidewalks of New York / Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You / Let's Take the Long Way Home / Good Night Ladies / When the Saints Go Marching In / Kathleen / Red Sails in the Sunset / Say It Isn't So / My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean / Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech / Oh Susannah / On Top of Old Smokey
Featuring Andre Previn
Andre Previn
STF 7-902
Judging from the titles there was probably very little Andre Previn on this reel, and a lot of recycled budget label tracks.

Ain't Misbehavin' / That's Where the South Begins / Fatstuff / La Paloma / Gypsy Dance / Espana Cani / Ceilito Lindo / Capriccio Espagnole
Dixieland Special Vol 1
STF 7-907
Recycled from STF 4027

Bugle Call Rag / St James Infirmary / Saints Go Marching In / Sweet Sue / Muskrat Ramble / Ballin' the Jack / Synthetic Blues
Billy Daniels in the Roaring 20s
Billy Daniels
STF 7-910
Good Old Timers Vol 1
STF 7-911
Buffalo Gal / Show Me the Way to Go Home / Bicycle Built for Two / On the Banks of the Wabash / After the Ball / The Band Played On / Dear Old Girl / Harrigan / Will You Love Me in December As You Did in May? / Side by Side / You're a Grand Old Flag / Silver Threads Among the Gold
Good Old Timers Vol 2
STF 7-912
The Sheik / Ma / Goody-Goody / Ballin' the Jack / Dixie / The Bowery / Broadway / Varsity Drag / Rings on my Fingers / East Side West Side
Salute to the Big Bands
Bob Freedman and his Orchestra
STF 7-913
Al Jolson Songbook
Norman Brooks / Al Goodman and his Orchestra
STF 7-914
There's A Rainbow Round My Shoulder / When I Leave The World Behind / Easter Parade / Cheek To Cheek / When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves For Alabam' / Cuddle Up A Little Closer / Blue Skies / Frankie And Johnny / Rock A Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody / What'll I Do
Strings Around the World
London Pops Orchestra
STF 7-918
Charmaine / Around The World / Laura / Song From The Moulin Rouge / Ravel: Bolero / Viva Navarra / La Paloma / Serenati Espanol
Hawaiian Enchantment for Dancing Vol 2
George Poole and his Orchestra
STF 7-922
This "volume two" was not George Poole at all. For the rest of the story see OSL 61.
Reissued as an iTunes download by Crownstar.

Sweet Leilani / Red Sails in the Sunset / Moon of Manakoora / Dark Dawn / Drowsy Waters / Aloha Oe / Maori's Farewell / Blue Hawaii / Hawaiian War Chant / High Tide / Lost Love 
Tangos of the Argentine
Rafael Valdez Orchestra
STF 7-923
Featuring the Hi-Los Vol 2
The Hi-Los
STF 7-927
A partial reissue of ST 7066, with one side devoted to sing-along stylings by unnamed performers.

Banjo Playing / Maggie / Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech / Landlord Fill the Flowing Bowl / Buffalo Gal / Chinatown My Chinatown / Shadow Waltz / You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby / Long Ago and Far Away / Clap Yo Hands!
Broadway Song Book Vol 2
Al Goodman and his Orchestra and Chorus
STF 7-931
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A classic of confusion. The front promises music from Oklahoma, South Pacific, and other then-recent Broadway shows. The back lists songs from none of those productions! The latter proved to be correct; the unnamed soloist was Norman Brooks (the entire program came from a cheap Spin-O-Rama release) and these tracks all appeared on ST 4022.
Reissued as an iTunes download by Crownstar.

Shine on Harvest Moon / Frankie and Johnny / Cuddle Up a Little Closer / 45 Minutes from Broadway / Give My Regards to Broadway / So Long Mary / Honeymoon / Mary's a Grand Old Name / Always Leave Them Laughing / Yankee Doodle Boy
Sing Along Festival Vol 1
STF 7-933
This appears to be drawn from a Celebrity LP called "Children's Sing-Along". Yes, Celebrity was part of the Premier / Spinorama /Coronet / etc grab-bag of grocery store LPs.

Theme Song / Jingle Bells / Standing in Need / Old Time Religion / Hey, Mr Banjo / Beer Barrel Polka / Buffalo Gals / Sidewalks of New York / Banjo Playing / Oh Susannah! / Clementine / Marine's Hymn
Flamenco Vol 2
Jose Barroso
STF 7-934
Another phony "volume two", as the contents listed for this tape have nothing to do with the "Flamenco" album or with guitarist Jose Barroso. If the listed tracks are correct (by no means a sure thing at this point in Omegatape's decine) this is actually from "The Sound of the Bull Ring".

Andaluzia / Gato Montez / Novillero / El Relicario / La Sorello / Gailto / Granada / La Virgen De La Macarena / Toreador Song / Angelina / La Sorello / Toque Torero / Toque / Toque De Muerte
Salute to the Big Bands
Bob Freedman and his Orchestra
STF 7-937
Most likely not Bob Freedman performances at all, but recycled Francis Bay tracks.

Jersey Bounce / Stardust / Well Git It / Tuxedo Junction / Jive at Five / Patricia / Take the 'A' Train / Bizet Has His Day / Blue Skies March
The Greatest March Music Vol 2
Vienna Army Batallion Band / French Paratroopers Band
STF 7-939
Sparkle of Strauss Waltzes Vol 1
London Pops Orchestra
STF 7-940
These performances were licensed from Paul Lazare's production house in Germany and appeared under various pseudonymns on labels like Crown, Diplomat, Spin-O-Rama etc. They were actually performed by a recording orchestra in Hamburg. Apparently a partial reissue of STF 4029.

Be Embraced Waltz / Wine, Women, and Song / You and You / Artist's Life / Blue Danube / Morning Journals / Ball Waltz Dances / Enjoy Your Life
Music of Offenbach and Tchaikovsky
STF 7-943
These performances were licensed from a Hamburg distributor and had appeared under various pseudonymns on labels like Crown, Diplomat, etc. They were actually performed by the Hamburg Philharmonia conducted by Hans Jurgens-Walther.
Mussorgsky: A Night on Bald Mountain
Offenbach: La Perichole
STF 7-944
As above.
Beethoven: Symphony 5
STF 7-946
Reissue of STD 13
Tchaikovsky: Nutcracker Suite
Sibelius: Finlandia etc
STF 7-947
These performances were licensed from a Hamburg distributor and had appeared under various pseudonymns on labels like Crown, Diplomat, etc. They were actually performed by the Hamburg Philharmonia conducted by Hans Jurgens-Walther.
Tchaikovsky: 1812 Overture
Borodin: Polovtsian Dances
STF 7-949
As above.
Stravinsky: Dumbarton Oaks Concerto / Grofe: The Painted Desert (from Grand Canyon Suite)
STF 7-950
As above, with Stravinsky performed by the Cologne Gurzenich Orchestra conducted by Gunter Wand.
Camelot
STF 7-953
Overture / The Simple Joys of Maidenhood / Before I Gaze at You Again / How to Handle a Woman / Camelot / If Ever I Would Leave You / I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight / I Loved You Once in Silence / Follow Me / Finale
Oklahoma
STF 7-954
Can Can
STF 7-955
Overture / C'est Magnifique / I Love Paris / I'm in Love / Montemartre / Alles Vous En / Live and Let Live / It's All Right with Me / Can-Can / Finale
South Pacific
STF 7-956
Overture / Dites Moi / I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out of My Hair / Bali Ha'i / A Wonderful Guy / Some Enchanted Evening / There Is Nothing Like a Dame / Younger than Springtime / This Nearly Was Mine / Finale
The King and I
STF 7-957
Gigi
STF 7-958
Overture / The Parisians / Thank Heaven for Little Girls / It's a Bore / A Night at Maxim's / The Night They Invented Champagne / Say a Prayer for Me Tonight / Gigi / Finale
Barbershop Favorites
STF 7-1020
Most of these titles are from HT 5.

For He's a Jolly Good Fellow / Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair / Old McDonald / Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen / Home on the Range / I Want a Girl / Strolling Through the Park One Day / Tavern in the Town / Annie Rooney / In the Good Old Summertime / Beautiful Dreamer / I've Been Working on the Railroad
The Roaring 20s
STF 7-1022
Apparently the same performances that can be heard on ST-4025.

The Bowery / Give My Regards to Broadway / The Shiek of Araby / Ballin' the Jack / Goody Goody / Dixie / Varsity Drag / Rings on her Fingers / Ma He's Makin' Eyes at Me  / East Side West Side
Salute to Woody Herman & Artie Shaw
STF 7-1057
Despite the cover, the label and the back of the box read "Tribute to Woody Herman" and indeed only Herman specialities (mainly from ST-4025) are included.

Northwest Passage / Apple Honey / Goosey Gander / Blowin' Up a Storm / Four Brothers / Blue Flame / Wild Root / Bijou
Ted Weems Vol 1
STF 7-1060
Appears to be identical to STF 7-824. Reissue of ST 7083; omits: Somebody Else Is Taking My Place / Say It Isn't So.
Sing Along with the Kirby Stone Four
STF 7-1089
Several KS4 albums, including a Sing-a-Long style release, circulated on many budget labels: Crown, Pirouette, Tops etc.

They All Laughed / Little Brown Jug / Just a Song at Twilight / Juanita / Silver Threads Among the Gold / Shine on Harvest Moon / This Heart Is for Sale / When You and I Were Young Maggie / Alexander's Ragtime Band / Lover / Bill Bailey
Billy Daniels Vol 2
STF 7-1104


alphatapes
Stereo Dance Time
George Voumard Trio
3HT-20003
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When David Hubert sold off Omegatape (if that is in fact what happened), the label moved from Hollywood to New York. The new management called their company Alphatapes, which was an imprint from the earliest years of Omega's existence. These new 60-minute Alphatapes sometimes still said Omegatape on the label (when they bothered to include one). Despite the 3HT prefix used in catalog listings (the tapes themselves usually used 7NT) these were 7.5 ips tapes, but they were also available in allternate STF 3- versions (3.75 ips speed).

Danse Cette Ville / Complainte de Mackie / I'll Never Smile Again / Cielito Lindo / Sur Deux Notes / Why Do I Love You? / I'm Always Chasing Rainbows / Chant Idien / Ce Cesait Dommage / Love in Portofino / Per un Bacio d'Amor / I Could Have Danced All Night / Nessuno / Perfidia / Marie Marie / Pimpollo / Ne Joue Pas / 'S Wonderful / Arrivederci / Qu'il Fait Bon Vivre
Stereo for Dancing
George Voumard Orchestra
3HT-20004
Los Tinosos / Mustafa / Pete Kelly's Blues / Ojos Verdes / Poinciana / Eso Es el Amor / Carina / Angelina / Malagueña / Besame Mucho / Si Vas a Calatayud / The Man I Love / Que le den Pau Pau / Buen Amigo / Moren de Mi Chico / Aubade d'Oiseaux / Molineros Rojos / Coplas / Le Millionnaire / Corazon de Melon
Broadway Song Book
Al Goodman and his Orchestra
3HT-20005
The Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ
Bill Thomson / Gordon Kibbee
3HT-20006
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A rather jumbled back cover seems to claim all the selections are from either Oklahoma or South Pacific, then goes on to contradict itself in the two paragraphs of text which also describe music of Victor Herbert. No indication as to which organist plays what. In fact, the contents are drawn from a multitude of souces, yet they don't manage to incude the complete contents of Oklahoma!, South Pacific, or Victor Herbert!

Oh! What a Beautiful Morning / Surrey with the Fringe on Top / All 'er Nothin' / Kansas City / People Will Say We're in Love / C'est si Bon / Vienna, City of My Dreams / Granada / Bahia / Tea for Two / Indian Summer / South Pacific Overture / Dites Moi / Bali Ha'i / I Could Have Danced All Night / I've Grown Accustomed to her Face / The Boy Next Door / Kiss Me Again / Rose of the World / Toyland
The Mighty Wurlitzer Pipe Organ
Bill Thomson / Gordon Kibbee
STF3-20006
This is ostensibly the 3.75 ips version of the above, but (if the box listings are to be believed) it turns out to have a different mix of music! Gone are the South Pacific and Oklahoma songs, replaced with more Victor Herbert and various old chestnuts, the latter actually played by John Kiley.

Yesterthoughts  / Indian Summer / March of the Toys / Pan Americana / Poor Johnny One Note / Where or When / Wish You Were Here / If This Isn't Love / My Funny Valentine / Roamin' in the Gloamin' / Dark Eyes / At Dawning / Oh Promise Me  / Tell Me Pretty Maiden / Mighty Lak a Rose / Rose of the World / Toyland / Gypsy Love Song / Kiss Me Again
Honky-Tonk Piano
Elbows Bailey
3HT-20007
"Elbows Bailey" was likely Mike di Napoli again, at least in part.

Grieg Concerto / Chopin Nocturne / Paderewski Minuet / Schubert Serenade / Toreador Song / New World Symphony / Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie / Meet Met in St Louis / School Days / In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree / Poet and Peasant / A Bird in a Gilded Cage / Mother Pin a Rose on Me / Goodbye Little Girl Goodbye / Mr Dooley / Make Hay While the Sun Shines / Ida / My Wild Irish Rose / In My Merry Oldsmobile / Sweet Kentucky Babe / Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight / Redwing / Curse of an Aching Heart / Hearts and Flowers
Honky-Tonk Piano
Elbows Bailey
STF3-20007
While this appears to be the 3.75 ips version of the above, the contents are not identical:

Chopin Nocturne / Schubert Serenade / Grieg Concerto / Mozart Sonata / Paderewski Minuet / Tchaikovsky Melodie / Poet and Peasant / Charge of the Ulands / William Tell Overture / Toyland / My Hero / My Buddy / Bird in a Gilded Cage / Curse of an Aching Heart / Hearts and Flowers / Frankie and Johnny / The Villain Theme / Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries / Mother Pin a Rose on Me / Goodbye Little Girl, Goodbye / Mr Dooley / Birth of the Blues
Music from the Four Corners of the World
3HT-20008
Contrary to the listings on the box, the "Honolulu Pops Orchestra", the "Sinfonica Populare de Barcelona", and the "Paris Pops Orchestra", if they existed at all, did not make these recordings. They were all produced in Germany with a 50-piece orchestra under the direction of Heino Reese and licensed from a Hamburg music production company. (Some of the Hawaiian selections also turn up on OSL 61--and on many other budget releases.) Similarly, the "Budapest Radio Orchestra" did not perform the Hungarian tracks; they too were licensed from the same Hamburg source and conducted by Walter Jurgens (Hans Jurgens-Walther). No actual Omega recordings were used in the production of this tape, only material licensed from Hamburg probably scrounged from the catalogs of Coronet, Spin-O-Rama, etc.

Sweet Leilane / Dark Dawn / Moon of Manakoora / Drowsy Water / Maori's Farewell / Romany Life / Stradivarious / Ziguener Weisen / Czardas / Jehre Kati / I Love Paris / Musetta's Waltz / Can-Can / Allez Vous En / Clair de Lune / Granada / Estudiantina / Viva Navarra / Estrellito / Serenata Espagnole
Sing Along Festival
Sing Along Singers
3HT-20009
Combines STF 7-933 with additional tracks: My Wild Irish Rose / She Wore a Yellow Ribbon / There's a Tavern in the Town / Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight / The Bowery / On Top of Old Smokey / East Side West Side / That's Where My Money Goes / Blue Tail Fly / The Old Gray Mare / Shine on Harvest Moon / Deep River / Oh Dem Golden Slippers / Goodnight Ladies / Bill Bailey / Shortenin' Bread / Cuddle Up a Little Closer / Banks of the Wabash / Sweet Rosie O'Grady / America the Beautiful / Working on the Railroad / In the Evening By the Moonlight / I Want a Girl / After the Ball / Daisy Bell / Silver Threads Among the Gold / Rambling Wreck from Georgia Tech / Banjo's Back in Town / Bunker Hillbillies Theme Song / McNamara's Band / When the Saints Go Marchin' In.
The Sound of Sound
3HT-20010
A stereo sound spectacular featuring sounds of jets, boats, trains, sports cars, nature, the magic mechanical orchestra.
Dixieland Special
3HT-20011
Performers include Wild Bill Davison, Abe Lincoln, Ray Bauduo, Joe Rushton, Stan Wrightsman, Matty Matlock, George Van Epps, The Barons of Dixieland (i.e. the Buck Clayton Sextet). Some of these songs are performed by the Bill Berry Quartet, courtesy of an old Spin-O-Rama/Silver Seal release that eventually found itself rebranded as Omega OSL 97.

Bugle Call Rag / St James Infirmary / When the Saints Go Marching In / Sweet Sue / Billboard / Times Square / Broadway by Night / Broadway and 10th / Shubert Alley / Manhattan Blues / Blow Gabriel Blow / Old Devil Moon / June Is Busting Out All Over / Almost Like Being in Love / Muskrat Ramble / Ballin' the Jack / Synthetic Blues
A Salute to the Bandleaders
Bob Freedman and his Orchestra
3HT-20012
The likelihood is high that these are not Bob Freedman recordings but recycled Francis Bay tracks.

Jersey Bounce / Stardust / Take the 'A' Train / Well Git It / Jive at Five / Intermission Riff / Patricia / Tuxedo Junction / Bizet Has His Day / Blue Skies March / Goodbye / Moonglow / Solitude / I'll Never Smile Again / Stompin' at the Savoy / Lover / Mambo Jambo / St Louis Blues March / Leap Frog
African Percussion in Stereo
Chaino /  Members of the Francis Bay Orchestra
3HT-20013
Combines  ST 7107 and ST 7059.
The Greatest March Music
Vienna Army Battalion Band / French Paratroopers Band / The Deutschmeister Band
3HT-20015
Apres de ma Blonde / En Passant par La Lorraine / La Marseillaise / Grillenbanner / Hock Habsburg / Dorner Marsch / Kaiserschutsen / Grenadier Marsch / On the Mall / Lili Marlene / Star and Stripes Forever / Tous des Lions / March des Commandos / Colonel Bogey / Stets Munter / Mit Sack und Pack Zauber der Montur / Felsenfest's Fur's Vaterland / River Kwai / Semper Fidelis / Spirit of Liberty / Manhattan Beach