The tomato red label was indeed Bridgeport. As for the dark maroon 'four-eye' label, it was pressed by the Quality Records plant in Canada, which handled Canadian Columbia from the establishment of Columbia Records of Canada, Ltd. in 1954 until that company set up its own pressing plant on the grounds of their Don Mills, Ontario headquarters in 1971. Also odd, to my sense of symmetry, was the arrangement of the personnel. I mean, 8 violins, 2 violas, 1 cello and 2 basses? Two drummers? Three guitarists, for sure, were not unheard of. Not counting Mr. Eidus, I see this was, all in all, a 19-piece setup. Seems Mr. Vale's music was the type where no trumpets, trombones, French horns etc., needed apply (at least in this case). As for Mr. Osser, before coming to Columbia he worked at Mercury (where, on some of the records where he led the orchestra, his "other" first name was misspelled "Glen" on the label).