Only one record of LH605 "Condor" exists, but these recordings
– made by Fonior in the workshop of Romain
Charles Hooghuys in Zeebrugge– rank among the best ever made of
The original release (Decca LPD221-X (345)) has a
black and white-photograph on the cover, not of LH605, but of
LH600 (now owned by Andrew Watts in Bream (GB)). Both organs
had a nearly identical façade and because there was no
decent picture of LH605 available, the photo of LH600 was used.
The second release (Omega LPX463) has a badly coloured version
of the same picture on the cover; this version was also available
in the UK on Decca Eclipse ECS-R 2128.
All arrangements on this record were made by Romain Charles
Hooghuys. The LP also contains two of his own compositions: "Souvenir"
("Karlsohn" means nothing more than "son of Charles
and the magnificent "Tango del mamita", which Romain
composed for his wife.