I've checked and believe to have found the identity of the unknown
A-roll which Mark Forer described in 990524 MMDigest. The roll is
Clark #466, "Radio's Bright Flashes." The line-up follows:
Clark No. 466 "Radio's Bright Flashes"
1. After The Storm
2. Don't Mind The Rain
3. Land Of My Sunset Dreams (waltz)
4. Why Did I Kiss That Girl?
5. There's Yes! Yes! In Your Eyes
6. You Can Take Me Away From Dixie
8. Adoration Waltz
9. I'm All Broken Up Over You
10. Never Again
Tune #1 could possibly be the QRS arrangement by Charley Straight,
#2 the Arden & Kortlander, #4 the Kortlander arr., #6 Sid Laney (Cook),
#7 Herbert Clair. These I remember offhand, the others can easily be
checked via reference to the Billings rollography.
With a roll of this comparatively early vintage for Clark, it's a
mistake to assume the use of QRS masters without auditioning the roll.
The Clark staff turned out a great deal of superb arrangements and
certainly by the approximate date of this roll (circa 1923-4) the odds
are just as good of finding a Clark master as a QRS. The difference
is always like night and day in the comparisons I've come across.