A great spooky cha-cha tune from 1959 by Herbi Silvers and his Orchestra. This song features Leon “Herbi” Silver on vocals and saxophone and his “Silver Belles”. According to the record, Sam plays “Theremin Effects”. Side A on this Sutter 45 RPM.
A hand-clappin’, finger-snappin’ Doo Wop classic from 1959 by Herbi Silvers and his Orchestra. This song features Leon “Herbi” Silver on vocals and saxophone and his “Silver Belles”. According to the record, Sam plays “Theremin Effects”. Side B on this Sutter 45 RPM.
An article from Down Beat magazine originally published on 02.09.1951.
Hear Sam play two great standards, with a vocal and multitracking on S’Wonderful. The theremin is recorded with outstanding clarity. Uncle Howie
Released by Essex records of Philadelphia PA. Dr. Hoffman is only featured on one side. The title is ‘That Sweetheart Of Mine’ with Monte Kelly and his Orchestra and Skeets Herfrod on Alto Sax.
Sam plays this sad Hebrew song relating to absolution of all vows taken but remaining unfulfilled. Forgive the poor fidelity of this old 78 RPM recording Uncle Howie
Sam plays the lament of all oppressed peoples. “My God, My God, why have you forsaken me.” An old 78RPM recording. Uncle Howie
Here is the reverse side of the Capitol 45 RPM listed below. Sam plays his beloved console theremin with piano accompanyment. Uncle Howie
Here is a rare old Capitol 45 RPM recording of Sam Hoffman, with organ accompanyment, playing the standard for this instrument. Uncle Howie
I believe this is the only recorded voice of Samuel Hoffman. He is trying to teach Carson to play the theremin. It’s quite funny. Uncle Howie