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DECCA DISCOGRAPHY
78 Record Listing
18000 - 18999

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THIS IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY!
Decca Records 18000 - 18999
from May 25, 1939 - August 1, 1946

but nessarly in date order



18000A Eddie Le Baron - Alegre Conga
(Miguel Matamoros)
65643 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - BMI: 18129 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18000B Eddie Le Baron - Los Indos Del Canay
(Pedro Telleria)
65647=A - Also on Decca Set A-63 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -


18001A Eddie Le Baron - Por Corriente Va Una Conga
(Ernesto Lecuona)
65644 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18001B Eddie Le Baron - Uno, Dos Y Tres
(Rafael Ortiz)
65641 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -


18002A Eddie Le Baron - La Conga Se Va
(Ernesto Lecuona)
65646 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18002B Eddie Le Baron - Rosita La Bonita
(Eliseo Grenet)
65642 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - ASCAP: 480054920 - ISWC: T0701273008 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -


18003A Eddie Le Baron - Viene De Conga
(Eliseo Grenet)
65638 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - ASCAP: 520013147 - ISWC: T9146374905 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 - 18003B Eddie Le Baron - Se Fue La Comparsa
(Ernesto Lecuona)
65639 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - BMI: 1302128 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -


18004A Eddie Le Baron - La Conga Del Juraca
(Mendivil - Vasquez)
65640 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18004B Eddie Le Baron - Ahe, Ahe
(Eliseo Grenet)
65645 - Also on Decca Set A-63 - ASCAP: 310016005 - ISWC: T0700004369 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -


18005A Wilmouth Houdini and His Royal Galypso Orchestra - Monkey Swing
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
66526=A- Also on Decca Set A-78 - ASCAP: 430081842 - ISWC: T0702699997 -
18005B Wilmouth Houdini and His Royal Galypso Orchestra - He Had It Coming
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
66528A - Also on Decca Set A-78 -


18006A Wilmouth Houdini and His Royal Galypso Orchestra - Welcome Of Their Majesties
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
66523A - Also on Decca Set A-78 -
18006B Wilmouth Houdini and His Royal Galypso Orchestra - Hot Dogs Made Their Name
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
66527A- Also on Decca Set A-78 - ASCAP: 380279976 - ISWC: T9028265772 -


18007A Wilmouth Houdini and His Royal Galypso Orchestra - Roosevelt Opens World's Fair
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
Also on Decca Set A-78 -
18007B Wilmouth Houdini and His Royal Galypso Orchestra - Johnny Take My Wife
(Walter Douglas aka Railway Douglas/Chieftain Douglas)
Also on Decca Set A-78 - 3:12 -


18008A Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Piedad (Have pity) tango
(Carlos Percuoso)
Also on Decca Set A-79 -
18008B Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Duello Criollo (Gaucho Lament Tango)
(Lito Bayardo (Ferrari Manuel Juan Garcia) - Juan Rezzano : both members of SADAIC)
Also on Decca Set A-79 - ASCAP: 343450653 - ISWC: T0370010697 -


18009A Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Jealousy (Celoso tango)
(Jacob Gade)
66580 - Also on Decca Set A-79 - ASCAP: 400305684 - ISWC: T9000088697 - New York, NY - September 13, 1939 -
18009B Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - El Carrerito (Wagon driver) tango
(Caccarezza - R. de Los Hoyos)
66582 - Also on Decca Set A-79 - New York, NY - September 13, 1939 -


18010A Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Duke Amargura (sweet torment) tango
(Torres - Alpert)
Also on Decca Set A-79 -
18010B Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Mientras Llora El Tango
(Barabino - Courau)
Also on Decca Set A-79 -


18011A Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Mananitas De Montmarte (Mornings of Montmarte) tango
(Irusta - Fugazot - Demare)
Also on Decca Set A-79 -
18011B Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Alma Del Bandoneon (Bandoneon soul tango)
(Discepolo - Amadori - Discepolo)
Also on Decca Set A-79 -


18012A Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - La Muchacha Del Circo (circus girl tango)
(Romero - G. Matos)
Also on Decca Set A-79 -
18012B Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Malevaje (ingratitude tango)
(Discepolo - Filiberto)
Also on Decca Set A-79 -


18013A Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - Negra Quirina (Cuban belle rumba) rumba
(Simon)
Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 -
18013B Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - Buche Plumas No Mas (fourflusher) rumba
(Rafael Hernandez)
Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 -


18014A Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - Negra Consentida (my pet brunette) rumba
(Joaquin Pardave)
Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 - 2:42
18014B Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - Capullito De Aleli (little flower of my dreams) rumba
(Rafael Hernandez)
Also on Decca Set
A-80 - August 21, 1939 - 3:02 -


18015A Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - La Ruiņidera (wanna lots of love) rumba
(Alejandro Rodriguez)
Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 - 2:32 -
18015B Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - Color In Colorao (my red hot mama) rumba
(Rafael Hernandez)
Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 - 2:30 -


18016A Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - La Mulata Rumbera rumba
(Alejandro Rodriguez)
Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 -
18016B Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - Quiereme Mucho (Yours) rumba
(Gonzalo Roig)
Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 -


18017A Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - Amor Sincero rumba
(Grenet)
Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 -
18017B Eddie Baron and His Orchestra - Cubanakan rumba
(Moises Simon)
66160A - Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 -


18018A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Hungarian dance No.5 In F Sharp Monor
()
Also on Decca Set A-89 -
18018B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Hungarian dance No.3 In F Major
()
Also on Decca Set A-89 -


18019A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - No.1 In G Monor
()
Also on Decca Set A-89 -
18019B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - No.17 In F Sharp Monor
()
Also on Decca Set A-89 -


18020A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - No.6 In D Flat Major
()
Also on Decca Set A-89 -
18020B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - No.2 In D Monor
()
Also on Decca Set A-89 -


18021A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - No.7 In A Major
()
Also on Decca Set A-89 -
18021B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - No.4 In F Monor
()
Also on Decca Set A-89 -


18022
18022


18023A Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle - Russian Sher
()
65855 - Also on Decca Set A-103 - June 21, 1939 -
18023B Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle - David Shpiel Es Noch Amul
()
65858 - Also on Decca Set A-103 - June 21, 1939 -


18024A Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle - Doina
()
65856 - Also on Decca Set A-103 - June 21, 1939 -
18024B Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle - Bessarabian Hora
()
65857 - Also on Decca Set A-103 - June 21, 1939 -


18025A Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle - Buconivaer Freilach
()
65859 - Also on Decca Set A-103 - June 21, 1939 -
18025B Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle - Beim Shotzer Reben Auf Shabes
()
65860 - Also on Decca Set A-103 - June 21, 1939 -


18026A Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle - Kale Besetzen
()
65861 - Also on Decca Set A-103 - June 21, 1939 -
18026B Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle - Dus Ziegeiern
()
65854 - Also on Decca Set A-103 - June 21, 1939 -


18027A Irving Schein - Hebrew Sinfoneta Chassidic Nigun
()
65944 - Also on Decca Set A-104 - July 11, 1939 -
18027B Irving Schein - Reb Schmuel's Nigun
()
65951 - Also on Decca Set A-104 - July 11, 1939 -


18028A Irving Schein - Arabian Nigun And Dance
()
65945 - Also on Decca Set A-104 - July 11, 1939 -
18028B Irving Schein - Unser Rebenj
()
65950 - Also on Decca Set A-104 - July 11, 1939 -


18029A Irving Schein - Cradle Songs
()
65946 - Also on Decca Set A-104 - July 11, 1939 -
18029B Irving Schein - Medley Of Jewish Love Songs
()
65949 - Also on Decca Set A-104 - July 11, 1939 -


18030A Irving Schein - Dance Of Reb Meyer
()
65948=A - Also on Decca Set A-104 - July 11, 1939 -
18030B Irving Schein - M'lavah Malkoh
()
65947- Also on Decca Set A-104 - July 11, 1939 -


18031A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - La Tosca - Act 2
(Giacomo Puccini)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -
18031B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Louise Act 3: Depuis Le Jour
(Gustave Charpentier)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -


18032A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Aida: Celeste Aida
(Giuseppe Verdi)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -
18032B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Manon: Act 2 - The Dream (la reve)
(Jules Massenet)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -


18033A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Madame Butterfly: Act II - Un Bel Di Vedremo
(Giacomo Puccini)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -
18033B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Martha Act III: M'appari Tutt' Amor
(Friedrich von Flotow)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -


18034A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Carmen Act I: Habanera
(Georges Bizet)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -
18034B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Samson and Delilah: My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice
(Camille Saint-Saëns)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -


18035A Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - La Boheme: Musetta Waltz
(Giacomo Puccini)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -
18035B Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director - Cavalleria Rusticana - Siciliana - O Lola
(Pietro Mascagni)
Also on Decca Set A-101 -


18036A John Seagle and Westminster Sing - Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
(Charles Wesley)
67040 - Also on Decca Set A-111 - January 11, 1940 -
18036B John Seagle and Westminster Sing - The Holy City
(Michael Maybrick (Stephen Adams) (C) - (L) Frederic Weatherly)
67051 - Also on Decca Set A-111- January 11, 1940 -


18037A John Seagle - All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name
(Oliver Holden (C) - (L) Edward Perronet)
67041 - Also on Decca Set A-111 - January 11, 1940 -
18037B John Seagle and Westminster - Sing Day Of Resurrection / There Is A Green Hill
(Smart)
67053 - Also on Decca Set A-111 - January 11, 1940 -


18038A John Seagle - Alleluia - The Strife Is Over
(Giovanni P. da Palestrina)
67043=A - Also on Decca Set A-111 - January 11, 1940 -
18038B John Seagle - Hosanna
(Jules Granier - Nathan Haskell Dole)
67052=A - Also on Decca Set A-111 - January 11, 1940 -


18039A John Seagle and Westminster - Sing Come Ye Faithful, Raise The Strain
(Arthur S. Sullivan)
67042 - Also on Decca Set A-111 - January 11, 1940 -
18039B John Seagle (baritone & organ) - The Palms
(Jean-Baptiste Faure)
67054- Also on Decca Set A-111 - January 11, 1940 -


18040A Eddie Condon and His Chicagoans - Nobody's Sweetheart
(Gus Kahn - Ernie Erman - Billy Meyers - Elmer Schoebel)
66073=A - Also on Decca Set A-121-1 - ASCAP: 440034124 - ISWC: T0710674659 - August 11, 1939 -
18040B Eddie Condon and His Chicagoans - Friar's Point Shuffle
(Eddie Condon - Red McKenzie)
66074=B - Also on Decca Set A-121-2 - ASCAP: 360069267 - ISWC: T0700558662 - August 11, 1939 -


18041A Eddie Condon and His Chicagoans - There'll Be Some Changes Made
(W. Benton Overstreet - Billy Higgins)
66072=A - Also on Decca set A-121-3 - ASCAP: 200078755 - ISWC: Not Assigned - August 11, 1939 - 2:42
18041B Eddie Condon and His Chicagoans - Someday, Sweetheart
(Benjamin F. Spikes - John C. Spikes)
66075=A - Also on Decca set A-121-4 - ASCAP: 490100299 - ISWC: T0701366268 - August 11, 1939 - 3:06


18042A Jimmy McPartland and His Orchestra - China Boy
(Richard "Dick" A. Winfree - Phil Boutelje)
C-91833=A - Also on Decca set A-121-5 - ASCAP: 330048407 - ISWC: T0700247397 - October 11, 1939 - 2:32
18042B Jimmy McPartland and His Orchestra - Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
C-91832=A - Also on Decca set A-121-6 - ASCAP: 100045041 - ISWC: Not Assigned - October 11, 1939 - 3:07


18043A* Jimmy McPartland and His Orchestra - Sugar (That Sugar Baby o' Mine)
(Marco Pickard (C) - (L) Edna Alexander (Mrs. Pickard) - Sidney Mitchell)
C-91835=A - Also Decca Set A-121-7 - ASCAP: 490156524 - ISWC: T0701381932 - October 11, 1939 - 3:00
18043B Jimmy McPartland and His Orchestra - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
(Ernest Seitz (C) - (L) Eugene Lockhart)
C-91834=A - Also Decca Set A-121-8 - October 11, 1939 - 3:06


18044A George Wettling's Chicago Rhythm Kings - Bugle Call Rag
(John Pettis - Billy Meyers - Elmer Schoebel)
67060=A - Also on Decca set A-121-9 - January 16, 1940 - 2:55
18044B George Wettling's Chicago Rhythm Kings - I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate
(A. J. Piron)
67061=A - Also on Decca set A-121-10 - January 16, 1940 - 2:55


18045A George Wettling's Chicago Rhythm Kings - Darktown Strutter's Ball
(Shelton Brooks)
67062=B - Also on Decca set A-121 - ASCAP: 40056180 - ISWC: Not Assigned - January 16, 1940 -
18045B George Wettling's Chicago Rhythm Kings - I've Found A New Baby
(Jack Palmer - Spencer Williams)
67059=A - Also on Decca set A-121 - ASCAP: 390166846 - ISWC: T0702665744 - January 16, 1940 -


18046 Josef Marais and His Bushveld Band - Stellenbosch Boys / Tante Koba
(Gideon Johannes Fagan (Albert Diggenhof) - Josef Marais)
66980 - Also on Decca set 113-1 - ASCAP: 490140344 - ISWC: T9145879089 / ASCAP: 500012168 - ISWC: T9146116736 - New York, NY - December 18, 1939 - 3:04 -
18046 Josef Marais and His Bushveld Band - Stay, Polly, Stay
(Gideon Johannes Fagan (Albert Diggenhof) - Josef Marais)
66982 - Also on Decca set 113-2 - ASCAP: 490138740 - ISWC: T9145878962 - New York, NY - December 18, 1939 -


18047 Josef Marais and His Bushveld Band - Here Am I
(Gideon Johannes Fagan (Albert Diggenhof) - Josef Marais)
66983 - Also on Decca set 113-3 - ASCAP: 380040339 - ISWC: T0700732702 - New York, NY - December 18, 1939 -
18047 Josef Marais and His Bushveld Band - Vat You Goed En Trek
(Gideon Johannes Fagan (Albert Diggenhof) - Josef Marais)
66981 - Also on Decca set 113-4 - New York, NY - December 18, 1939 -


18048 Josef Marais and His Bushveld Band - Henrietta's Wedding
(Gideon Johannes Fagan (Albert Diggenhof) - Josef Marais)
66979 - Also on Decca set 113-5 - ASCAP: 380039181 - ISWC: T0700732304 - New York, NY - December 18, 1939 -
18048 Josef Marais and His Bushveld Band - Sarie Marais
(Gideon Johannes Fagan (Albert Diggenhof) - Josef Marais)
66978 - Also on Decca set 113-6 - ASCAP: 190004407 - ISWC: T0714310947 - New York, NY - December 18, 1939 -


18049A Art Tatum - Elegie
(Jules Emile Frederic Massenet)
DLA-1936 - Also on Decca Set A-126 - ASCAP: 50001540 - ISWC: Not Assigned - Los Angeles, CA - February 22, 1940 -
18049B Art Tatum - Humoresque
(Anton Dvorak)
DLA-1937 - Also on Decca Set A-126 - MG1302 - February 22, 1940 -


18050A Art Tatum - Sweet Lorraine
(Clifford R. Burwill - Mitchell Parish)
DLA-1938 - Also on Decca Set A-126 - ASCAP: 490174577 - ISWC: T0710705295 - Los Angeles, CA - February 22, 1940 -
18050B Art Tatum - Get Happy
(Harold Arlen - Ted Koehler)
DLA-1939 - Also on Decca Set A-126 - ASCAP: 370011031 - ISWC: T0700639708 - Los Angeles, CA - February 22, 1940 -


18051A Art Tatum - Lullaby Of The Leaves
(Joe Young - Bernice Petkere)
DLA-1940 - Also on Decca Set A-126 - ASCAP: 420101839 - ISWC: T0700978320 - Los Angeles, CA - February 22, 1940 -
18051B Art Tatum - Tiger Rag
(Original Dixieland Jass Band Nick LaRocca - Eddie Edwards - Henry Ragas - Tony Sbarbaro - Larry Shields 1917 (C) - (L) Harry Dacosta 1931)
DLA-1941 - Also on Decca Set A-126 - National Recording Registry 2003 - Los Angeles, CA - February 22, 1940 -


18052A Irene Wicker (Lullabies)
Sweet And Low / Cradle Song Op. 49
(Barnby - Tennyson - Brahms)
67249 - Also on Decca Set A-127 - February 29, 1940 -
18052B Irene Wicker (Lullabies)
I Will Sing A Lullaby / Rockabye Baby
(Canning)
67270 - Also on Decca Set A-127 - March 5, 1940 -


18053A Irene Wicker (Lullabies)- Mighty Lak A Rose / Kentucky Babe
(Nevin - Stanton - Geibel - Buck)
67252 - Also on Decca Set A-127 - February 29, 1940 -
18053B Irene Wicker (Lullabies)- Guardian Angels / Sleep Baby Sleep
(Robert Schumann)
67268 - Also on Decca Set A-127 - March 5, 1940 -


18054A Irene Wicker (Lullabies)- Weigenlied - Cradle Song
(Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
67267 - Also on Decca Set A-127 - March 5, 1940 -
18054B Irene Wicker (Lullabies)- In The Forest / Friend Hush
(Engelbert Humperdinck 1891 - Hermann)
67251 - Also on Decca Set A-127 - February 29, 1940 -


18055A Irene Wicker (Lullabies)- Berceuse / Lullaby From Erminie
(Gretchaninoff - Jakobowski)
67250 - Also on Decca Set A-127 - February 29, 1940 -
18055B Irene Wicker (Lullabies)- The Little Sandman
(Brahms)
67269 - Also on Decca Set A-127 - March 5, 1940 -


18056A Renato Giuseppini (guitar)
Funiculi
Funicula (L. Denza)
66962 - Also on Decca Set A-124 - December 14, 1939 -
18056B Renato Giuseppini (guitar)
Maria Mari
(E. Dicapua)
66961 - Also on Decca Set A-124 - December 14, 1939 -


18057A Renato Giuseppini (guitar)
O Sole Mio
(E. Dicapua)
66963 - Also on Decca Set A-124 - December 14, 1939 -
18057B Renato Giuseppini (guitar)
La Spagnola
(Vincenzo Di Chiara)
66964 - Also on Decca Set A-124 - December 14, 1939 -


18058A Renato Giuseppini (guitar)
Tornia A Surriento
(Ernesto De Curtis)
66966 - Also on Decca Set A-124 - December 14, 1939 -
18058B Renato Giuseppini (guitar)
Marcia Militaire
(E. Mario)
66965 - Also on Decca Set A-124 - December 14, 1939 -


18059A Renato Giuseppini (guitar)
Santa Lucia
()
66967 - Also on Decca Set A-124 - December 14, 1939 -
18059B Renato Giuseppini (guitar)
Mazurka Di Papa
()
66968 - Also on Decca Set A-124 - December 14, 1939 -


18060A Georges Stefanescu (pan pipes)
Ciocarlia
()
Also on Decca Set A-119 -
18060B Georges Stefanescu (pan pipes)
Doina Cavalu
()
Also on Decca Set A-119 -


18061A Georges Stefanescu (pan pipes)
Hora Boyaresca
()
Also on Decca Set A-119 -
18061B Georges Stefanescu (pan pipes)
La Bachu
()
Also on Decca Set A-119 -


18062A Georges Stefanescu (pan pipes)
Gypsy Tears
()
Also on Decca Set A-119 -
18062B Georges Stefanescu (pan pipes)
Tudoritza Nene - Hora Pompierului
()
Also on Decca Set A-119 -


18063A Georges Stefanescu (pan pipes)
Gypsy Dream
()
Also on Decca Set A-119 -
18063B Georges Stefanescu (pan pipes)
Spune Mandru - Radu Mamei
()
Also on Decca Set A-119 -


18064 Bud Freeman and His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Big Boy
(Ager - Yellen)
67394=A - Also on Decca Set A-133 - New York, NY - March 25, 1940 -
18064 Bud Freeman and His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Copenhagen
(Davis - Melrose)
67480=A - Also on Decca Set A-133 - New York, NY - April 4, 1940 -


18065A Bud Freeman and His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Sensation
(Dixieland Jazz Band)
67477=AA - Also on Decca Set A-133-3 - New York, NY - April 4, 1940 -
18065B Bud Freeman and His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Oh Baby
(Cliff Friend - Lew Brown)
67391=A - Also on Decca Set A-133 - New York, NY - March 25, 1940 -


18066A Bud Freeman and The Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Tia Juana
(Gene Rodemick - Larry Conley)
67479=A - Also on Decca Set A-133-5 - New York, NY - April 4, 1940 -
18066B Bud Freeman and The Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - I Need Some Pettin'
(King - Kahn - Fiorito)
67392=A - Also on Decca Set A-133 - New York, NY - March 25, 1940 -


18067A Bud Freeman and His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Fidgety Feet
(D. J. Larocca - Larry Shields)
67478=A - Also on Decca Set A-133-7 - New York, NY - April 4, 1940 -
18067B Bud Freeman and His Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Susie
(Naset - Kahn)
67393=A;B - Also on Decca Set A-133 - New York, NY - March 25, 1940 -


18068 Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Siboney
()
67657 - May 2, 1940 -
18068 Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Danza Lucumi
()
67660 - May 2, 1940 -


18069 Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Canto Karabali
()
67655 - May 2, 1940 -
18069 Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Andalucia
()
67654 - May 2, 1940 -


18070 Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - La Comparsa
( )
67661 - May 2, 1940 -
18070 Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Gitanerias
()
67656 - May 2, 1940 -


18071A Diosa Costello and Jose Morand - Cachita Rumba
(Hernandez - Sancristobal)
67848 - Also on Decca Set A-147 - May 29, 1940 -
18071B Diosa Costello and Jose Morand - El Manisero
()
67852 - May 29, 1940 -


18071B Diosa Costello and Jose Morand - El Manisero (The Peanut Vendor Rumba)
(Moises Simons)
67852 - Also on Decca Set A-147 - May 29, 1940 -
18071B Eddie Lebraon and His Orchestra - Amor Sincero Rumba
(Eliseo Ernesto Lecuona)
66159A - Also on Decca Set A-80 - August 21, 1939 -


18072A Diosa Costello and Jose Morand - Para Vigo Me Voy (say si si Conga)
(Ernesto Lecuona)
67853 - Also on Decca Set A-147 - May 29, 1940 -
18072B Diosa Costello and Jose Morand - Pa-Ran-Pan-Pan Rumba
(Dekarlo)
67849 - Also on Decca Set A-147 - May 29, 1940 -


18073A Diosa Costello and Jose Morand - Mama Inez Rumba
(Ernesto Lecuona)
67851 - Also on Decca Set A-147 - May 29, 1940 -
18073B Diosa Costello and Jose Morand - El Maraquero (spic and spanish Conga)
(Ernesto Lecuona)
67850 - Also on Decca Set A-147 - May 29, 1940 -


18074A Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra - Mamaw Eu Quero
(Jararaca - Paiva)
67838 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -
18074B Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra with Gene Stultz - Si Acaso Voce Chegasse
(Rodriguez - Martins)
67829 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -


18075A Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra with Gene Stultz - Periquinho Verde
(Nassara - S. Roris)
67836 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -
18075B Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra - Juro Samba
(Deoliviera - Lobo)
67831 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -


18076A Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra - A Jardiniera Marcha
(Lacerda - Porto)
67837 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -
18076B Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra - Quando En Penso Ma Babia
(Barroso)
67835 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -


18077A Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra with Gene Stultz - Foi Voce (It Was You) Samba
(Alves/Martins)
67833 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -
18077B Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra - Dizem Por Ahi (They Say... Samba
(Deabreu)
67834 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -


18078A Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra with Gene Stultz - Ola Seu Nicolau Samba
(Barbosa - Santiago)
67830 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -
18078B Maxmillian Bergere Orchestra - Magdalena Foi-Se Embora Samba
(Almeida - Badu)
67832 - Also on Decca Set A-148 - May 28, 1940 -


18079A Jancu Borcea Carlig - Sirba Fetitlor
()
Also on Decca Set A-176 -
18079B Jancu Borcea Carlig - Doina Olteanului
()
Also on Decca Set A-176 -


18080A Jancu Borcea Carlig - Chrysanthemums
()
Also on Decca Set A-176 -
18080B Jancu Borcea Carlig - Cossack Dance
()
Also on Decca Set A-176 -


18081A Jancu Borcea Carlig - Egy Ablaknal Hungarian Serenade
()
Also on Decca Set A-176 -
18081B Jancu Borcea Carlig - Csarda Scene
()
Also on Decca Set A-176 -


18082A Elvira Rios with Jose Morand Orchestra - Tu No Comprendes Bolero
(Hernandez)
67791 - Also on Decca Set A-143 - May 21, 1940 -
18082B Elvira Rios with Jose Morand Orchestra - Perfidia (tonight) Bolero
(Alberto Dominguez)
67790 - Also on Decca Set A-143 - May 21, 1940 -


18083A Elvira Rios with Jose Morand Orchestra - Flores Negras Bolero
(Sergio De Karlo)
67792 - Also on Decca Set A-143 - May 21, 1940 -
18083B Elvira Rios with Jose Morand Orchestra - Farolito
(Augustin Lara)
67808 - Also on Decca Set A-143 - May 22, 1940 -


18084A Elvira Rios with Jose Morand Orchestra - Noche De Ronda
(Maria Teresa Lara)
67806 - Also on Decca Set A-143 - May 22, 1940 -
18084B Elvira Rios with Jose Morand Orchestra - Murmullo Bolero
(Rosell)
67807 - Also on Decca Set A-143 - May 22, 1940 -


18085A Elvira Rios with Jose Morand Orchestra - Vereda Tropical Bolero
(Peso - Curiel)
67789 - Also on Decca Set A-143 - May 21, 1940 -
18085B Elvira Rios with Jose Morand Orchestra - Te Mi Pasar
(Augustin Lara)
67805 - Also on Decca Set A-143 - May 22, 1940 -


18108A Mildred Bailey and Her Alleycats - Honeysuckle Rose
(Andy Razaf - Thomas "Fats" Waller)
60202 - ASCAP: 380068275 - ISWC: T0700741703 - Also Decca set A-200-1 - New York, NY - December 6, 1935 - 2:06 -
8108B Mildred Bailey and Her Alleycats - Willow Tree
(Andy Razaf - Thomas "Fats" Waller)
NOTE: Andy Razaf name is not on the label, but he collaborated with "Fats" on it.
60201=A - ASCAP: 530092678 - ISWC: T0702002832 - Also Decca set A-200-2 - New York, NY - December 6, 1935 - 3:15 -


18123A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Twelfth Street Rag
(Euday L. Bowman - James Sumner)
68318=A - Also Decca Set A-214-6 - November 7, 1940 - 2:53
18123B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - The Count
(Thomas Gordon)
68317=A - Also Decca Set A-214-5 - November 7, 1940 - 3:07



18167A Joe Venuti and His Blue Six - Sweet Lorraine
(Cliff Burwell - Mitchel Parish)
265146-2 - Also Decca Set A-242-1; Columbia CB-708, Do-1201; Prestige PR 7644 - New York, NY - October 2, 1933 - 3:09
18167B Joe Venuti and His Blue Six - Doin' The Uptown Lowdown
(Harry Revel - Mack Gordon)
265147 - Also Decca Set A-242-2; Columbia CB-708, 2934-D, Do-1036, DQ-1325; Prestige PR 7644 - New York, NY - October 2, 1933 - 3:14


18168A Joe Venuti and His Blue Six - Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
2654148 - Also Decca Set A-242-3; Columbia CB-686, Do-1071; Prestige PR 7644 - New York, NY - October 2, 1933 - 3:08
18168B Joe Venuti and His Blue Six - In De Ruff
(King Oliver - Louis Armstrong)
265149-2 - Also Decca Set A-242; Columbia CB-686, Do-1201; Prestige PR 7644 - New York, NY - October 2, 1933 - 3:06


18286A Meredith Wilson and His Orchestra - Sleepy Lagoon
(Eric Coates - Jack Lawrence)
DLA2940 - A-322 - >Los Angeles, CA - March 7, 1942 - 3:06
18286B Meredith Wilson and His Orchestra - Thoughts While Strolling
(flute solo)
(Meredith Willson) from: "O. O. McIntyre Suite"
DLA2943 - A-322 - Los Angeles, CA - March 7, 1942 - 3:00


18314A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - We'll Meet Again vocal: Billie Rogers
(Ross Parker - Hughes Charles)
70616 - New York, NY - April 2, 1942 - 3:10
18314B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - There Are Rivers To Cross (Before We Meet Again) vocal: Woody Herman
(Ray Henderson - Stanley Adams)
70615 - New York, NY - April 2, 1942 - 3:02


18318A Mills Brothers - I'll Be Around
(Alec Wilder)
70349=A - Also Decca 27157-B - Decca Set A-668-2 - February 18, 1942 - 2:57
18318B Mills Brothers - Paper Doll
(Johnny S. Black)
70348=A - Decca Set A-668-1 - February 18, 1942 - 2:36



18385A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Someday Sweetheart vocal: Helen O'Connell
( Benjamin Franklin "Reb" Spikes/ John C. Spikes)
70526 - New York, NY - March 17, 1942 - 2:46 - Notes
18385B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - 18498A Merry Macs - Praise The Lord And Pass The Ammunition
(Frank Loesser ASCAP #18339583)
L3152 - Los Angeles, CA - July 29, 1942 - 2:32
18498B Merry Macs - Tweedle O'twill
(Gene Autry - Fred Rose)
L3154 - Los Angeles, CA - July 29, 1942 -


18499 Fred Waring and Pennsylvanians - Twas The Night Before Christmas part I
(Clement Clarke Moore)
71252 - New York, NY - July 29, 1942 - 3:09
18499 Fred Waring and Pennsylvanians - Twas The Night Before Christmas part II
(Clement Clarke Moore)
71282 - New York, NY - July 29, 1942 - 3:26


18579A Ink Spots - I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)
(Fred E. Ahlert - Roy Turk)
71610=A - A-594-3 - 25238 - December 22, 1943 - 2:53
18579B Ink Spots - Someday I'll Meet You Again
(Max Steiner - Ned Washington) from: "Passage To Marseille"
71620=A - 3:06


18616A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - An Hour Never Passes Fox Trot vocal: Gladys Tell
(Jimmey Kennedy)
L3415 - June 7, 1944 - 3:00
18616B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Two Again Fox Trot vocal: Paul Carley
(Jimmy Dorsey - Ted Grouya)
71695 - January 19, 1944 - 3:09


18639A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - This Heart Of Mine Fox Trot vocal: Engenie Baird
(Harry Warren - Arthur Freed) from: "Ziegeld Follies"
72324 - New York, NY - June 29, 1944 - 3:20
18639B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Robin Hood Fox Trot vocal: "Fats" Daniels
(Louis Prima - Bob Macketta)
72649 - New York, NY - December 19, 1944 - 2:44


18683A Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra - Bell Bottom Trousers vocal: Jimmy Brown
(Moe Jaffe)
72838AA - Canada 10241A - April 20, 1945 - 2:29
18683B Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra - Oh! Brother vocal: Jimmy Brown and trio
(Allie Wrubel - Matty Malneck)
72842A - Canada 10241B - April 20, 1945 -


18721A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - The Bells Of St Mary's
(A. Emmett Adams - Douglas Furber)
L3962 - Los Angeles, CA - September 10, 1945 - 3:04 18721B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
()
L3898 - Los Angeles, CA - July 17, 1945 - 2:43


18767A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Eight - Be Honest With Me
(Gene Autry - Fred Rose)
DLA2401 - 3856A - A-417 - May 23, 1941 -
18767B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Eight - Goodbye Little Darlin'
(Johnny Marvin - Gene Autry) from: "South Of The Border"
DLA2402 - 3856B - A-417 - May 23, 1941 - 2:49


18782A Jubilaires with Andy Kirk and His Orchestra - Get Together With The Lord
()
73161 - New York, NY - November 2, 1945 - 2:48
18782B Jubilaires with Andy Kirk and His Orchestra - I Know
()
73162 - New York, NY - November 27, 1945 - 3:01


18802A Bing Crosby - Beautiful Dreamer
(Stephens Collins Foster)
DLA-1967 - A-440 - Los Angeles, CA - March 22, 1940 -
18802B Bing Crosby - Sweetly She Sleeps, My Alice Fair
(Stephens Collins Foster)
DLA-2442 - A-440 - Los Angeles, CA - June 16, 1941 - 3:13 -


18809A Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians - Shoo Fly Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy vocal: Don Rodney + trio
(Guy Wood - Sammy Gallop)
73258 - December 28, 1945 -
18809B Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians - Give Me The Moon Over Brooklyn vocal: Don Rodney and the Lambardo Trio
(Terry Shand - Janson Mattew)
73257 - December 28, 1945 - 2:18 -


18916A Andy Kirk and His Orchestra and the Jubalaires - I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
ASCAP: 390114115 - ISWC: T0709059120
(Lee Kuhn ASCAP: 16839962)
73591 - May 23, 1946 - 3:01 -
18916B Andy Kirk and His Orchestra and the Jubalaires - I Don't Know What I'd Do Without You
ASCAP: 390015302 - ISWC: T0709027688
(Lee Kuhn ASCAP: 16839962)
73590 - May 23, 1946 - 2:58 -


18919A Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Humoresque
ASCAP: 80020606 - ISWC: T0714256797
(Antonin Dvorak N/A)
-
18919B Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Tales From The Vienna Woods
ASCAP: 200000837 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Johan Strauss N/A)
73606 - May 28, 1946 -


18920A Dick Haymes with Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra - Years And Years Ago Based on "Tosrelli's Serenade"
ASCAP: 550833795 - ISWC: T0731365711
(Dewey Bergman ASCAP: 2823718 - Jack Segal ASCAP: 77573833)
L4263 - Los Angeles, CA - August 10, 1946 -
18920B Dick Haymes with Orchestra directed by Earl Hagen - Searching Wind
ASCAP: 490027413 - ISWC: T0701345303
(Victor Young ASCAP: 33413911 - Edward Heyman ASCAP: 14060046) from Paramount Pictures "The Searching Wind"
L4179 - Los Angeles, CA - May 12, 1946 -


18921 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Drifting And Dreaming vocal: Kenndy Gardner
ASCAP: 340081389 - ISWC: T0700403082
(Egbert Van Alstyne ASCAP: 71737275 - Haven Gillespie ASCAP: 11891698 - Erwin R. Schmidt ASCAP: 27946165 - Loyal Curtis ASCAP: 7247404)
69133 -
18921 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - When The Organ Played vocal: Mert Curtis
(R. Wallace - James Campbell PRS: 4960599 - Reginald Connelly PRS: 6647295)
ASCAP list - James Campbell PRS: 4960599 - Reginald Connelly PRS: 6647295 - Harry Hudson N/A - Huntley Trevor PRS: 31023449
69132 -


18922 Russ Morgan's Music - It's All Over Now
()
L4292 - Los Angeles, CA - September 11, 1946 -
18922 Russ Morgan's Music - Hold Me, Hold Me, Hold Me
()
L4291 - Los Angeles, CA - September 11, 1946 -


18923A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Make Me Know It vocal: Dee Parker
ASCAP: 430010169 - ISWC: T0701078978
(Jean Whitney ASCAP: 32846291 - Alex Kramer ASCAP: 16689658)
L4254 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1946 -
18923B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - The Language Of Love vocal: Bob Carroll
(Mebel Wayne - Al Lewis)
L4255 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1946 -








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