After my recent epiphany that there are music in them thar grooves, I don't pass up grabbing 78 reissues of tracks that I will perhaps never see in their original form.
I just found a Brunswick set containing all 8 sides by Benny Goodman's Boys originally recorded on Brunswick and Vocalion between January 1928 & August of 1929. And, like mentioned above, there is something marring this particular set of wax. While all records' playing surfaces are almost perfect without scratches or sleeve rubs...the first record in the series (sides 1 & 2) has one of those half moon edge issues...a tight crack that still plays smooth without clicks but looks like it could pop off at any moment.
Collective personnel on these sides led by an 18 year old Benny Goodman are Glenn Miller, Jimmy McPartland, Fud Livingston, Tommy Dorsey, Ben Pollack, Wingy Manone, Bud Freeman, Joe Sullivan & others.
Sides are posted in the order the album set has listed. They are not in chronological order.