This chapter focuses on the early music recordings of Richard Dyer-Bennet from 1941 to 1955. It explains that during this period Dyer-Bennet recorded albums for different labels including Stinson, Vox, Decca, Continental, Mercury, Remington, and Concert Hall. His early albums include Ballads and Folksongs Sung by Richard Dyer-Bennet, Richard Dyer-Bennet: Lute Singer, Babes of the Zoo, and Love Songs. Of the eighty-four songs recorded on these early albums, Dyer-Bennet rerecorded only 65 under his own label.
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