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The Vulcan Cylinder Record Company

Welcome

We make hard-wearing, plastic cylinder records for use on Edison, Columbia and similar cylinder phonographs. We have a range of records in standard 2-minute, 4-minute, 6-inch long and 5-inch diameter Concert formats.

If you are unsure of which of our records will play on your phonograph; or of anything else to do with our products and services, visit our FAQ page.

To see the most up-to-date list of our titles, please go to the Catalogue page.  Or you can view, print or download our easy-to-search PDF Catalogue.

If you wish to have your own material recorded on cylinder please visit the Custom Work page to find out more. We offer our expertise and resources for television, radio and film work as well as for education and museum projects. Please contact us to discuss your needs.

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I’ve stopped buying original cylinders, only buying yours now. I am amazed at the quality of your products and the pink Lambert was over the top. I love it!

 

New Releases

We are pleased to announce the release of another two new titles to our catalogue, again both in the Red Star Series.  These 4 new titles are offered just in time for Christmas 2018.

Par Ci Par La Polka was written by Emile Waldteufel in 1883.  It was transferred from the Edison Gold Moulded Record 13897, recorded by the National Military Band.

She’s Got Great Ideas! is presented here by Billy Murray and his Melody Men.  It was written by Charles Tobias, George J Bennett & Sam Carlton and originally released in 1929.  This version was taken from Edison Diamond Disc 52559-R.

Come Josephine in My Flying Machine was sung by Ada James & Walter Van Brunt and written by Alfred Bryan and Fred Fisher.  It was released on an Albany Indestructible cylinder, no. 1468, in May 1911.

‘S Wonderful is played here by Ernie Golden and his orchestra with vocal refrain by Vaughn DeLeath.  It was written by George & Ira Gershwin and taken from Edison Diamond Disc No. 52275R.

Please click on the links to go to the Shop and hear a sample of the song, or place an order.