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DECCA
78 Record Listing
2000 - 2999

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THIS IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY!
Decca Records 2000 - 2999
from July 7, 1937 - September 15, 1937

Numerical listing

Label Number.....Artist - Song Title
(Composer)
Pressing Ref number/s - location - Date Competed - Time





Decca 2000 - 2099 Popular Series



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2000A Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - Nelly Bly / Hard Times Come Again No Mo'
(Stephens Collins Foster)
64205 - Also Decca set A-15 - New York, NY - June 16, 1938 -
2000B Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - Massa's In De Cold, Cold Ground
(Stephens Collins Foster)
63952=A - Also Decca set A-15 - New York, NY - June 13, 1938 -


2001A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Mexicali Rose
ASCAP: 880269952 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Helen Stone - Jack B. Tenney)
DLA-1316 - Also Decca set A-69-12 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1938 - 2:45 -
2001B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Silver On The Sage
ASCAP: 490062607 - ISWC: T0701354826
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: "The Texans"
DLA-1314=A - Decca 25002-B - Also Decca set A-514-6 and A-69-11 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1938 - 2:58 -


2002A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Change Partners vocal: Bob Eberle
ASCAP: 330035199 - ISWC: T0700243828
(Irving Berlin) from: RKO picture "Carefree"
64365 - New York, NY - July 29, 1938 - 3:06 -
2002B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - The Yam
ASCAP: 550001595 - ISWC: T0702100784
(Irving Berlin) from: RKO picture "Carefree"
64367 - New York, NY - July 29, 1938 - 3:00 -


2003A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - I Used To Be Color Blind
ASCAP: 390072643 - ISWC: T0709044676
(Irving Berlin) from: RKO picture "Carefree"
64443 - New York, NY - August 15, 1938 -
2003B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - The Night Is Fillied With Music
ASCAP: 440018973 - ISWC: T0701524926
(Irving Berlin) from: RKO picture "Carefree"
64442 - New York, NY - August 15, 1938 -


2004A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Stop Beatin' Round The Mulberry Bush
ASCAP: 490144153 - ISWC: T0701378600
(Clay Boland - Bickley Reichner)
64471=A - New York, NY - August 22, 1938 -
2004B Count Basie and His Orchestra - London Bridge Is Fallin' Down
ASCAP: 120012306 - ISWC: T9029212779
(Aleb Baer - Ira Schuster - Tot Seymour)
64472=A - New York, NY - August 22, 1938 -


2005A Ben Pollack and His Orchestra - Meet The Beat Of My Heart vocal Paula Gayle
ASCAP: 430045748 - ISWC: T0701088756
(Mack Gordon - Harry Revel) from: "Love Finds Andy Hardy"
DLA-1360A - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1938 - 2:42 -
2005B Ben Pollack and His Orchestra - What Are You Doing Tonight? vocal: Paula Gayle
ASCAP: 530036523 - ISWC: T0701983972
(Pinky Tomlin - Harry Tobias)
DLA-1362=A - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1938 - 2:49 -


2006A Ben Pollack and His Boys - Sing A Song Of Sixpence vocal: Paula Gayle
ASCAP: 190059528 - ISWC: T9150352059
(Traditional)
DLA-1361 - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1938 - 2:52 -
2006B Ben Pollack and His Boys - As Long As I live
ASCAP: 310067782 - ISWC: T0700019313
(Ted Koehler - Harold Arlen) from 24th edition "Cotton Club Parade"
DLA-1365=A - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1938 -


2007A* Henry King and His Orchestra - Love of My Life (Where Are You?) vocal: Don Raymond
ASCAP: 420089425 - ISWC: T0700974588
(Teddy Powell - Leonard Whitecup)
DLA-1357 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1938 -
2007B Henry King and His Orchestra - Rosa Rosa vocal: Don Raymond
ASCAP: 480051441 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Jack Meskill - Leon Belasco)
DLA-1358 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1938 -


2008A The Mills Brothers - The Lambeth Walk
ASCAP: 504331271 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Noel Gay - Douglas Furbe) from "Me And My Gal"
64480 - New York, NY - August 23, 1938 -
2008B The Mills Brothers - The Yam
ASCAP: 550001595 - ISWC: T0702100784
(Irving Berlin) from: RKO picture "Carefree"
64475 - New York, NY - August 23, 1938 -


2009A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Lambeth Walk
(Noel Gay - Douglas Furbe) from "Me And My Gal"
ASCAP: 504331271 - ISWC: Not Assigned
64482=A - New York, NY - August 26, 1938 -
2009B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Why Doesn't Somebody Tell Me These Things?
ASCAP: 530084721 - ISWC: T0702000461
(Jimmy Eaton - Terry Shand)
64481=A - New York, NY - August 26, 1938 -


2010A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - You Never Know vocal: Kenny Sargent
ASCAP: 550024338 - ISWC: T0702107707
(Cole Porter) from: "You Never Know"
DLA-1409 - Los Angeles, CA - August 15, 1938 -
2010B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - At Long Last Love vocal: Kenny Sargent
ASCAP: 310071535 - ISWC: T0700020649
(Cole Porter) from: "You Never Know"
DLA-1410 - Los Angeles, CA - August 15, 1938 -


2011A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Palesteena vocal: Nappy Lemare
ASCAP: 462189855 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Con Conrad - J. Russell Robinson)
63424 - New York, NY - March 14, 1938 -
Yank Lawson (tp) Warren Smith (tb) Irving Fazola (cl) Eddie Miller (st) Bob Zurke (p) Bob Haggart (b) Nappy Lamare (g) Ray Bauduc (dr) Bob Crocby (dir) 2011B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Slow Mood
(Eddie Miller)
63425 - New York, NY - March 14, 1938 -
Yank Lawson (tp) Warren Smith (tb) Irving Fazola (cl) Eddie Miller (st) Bob Zurke (p) Bob Haggart (b) Nappy Lamare (g) Ray Bauduc (dr) Bob Crocby (dir)


2012A Ben Pollack and His Orchestra - So Unexpectedly vocal: Paula Gayle
(Harry Barris - Joe McCarty)
DLA-1364A - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1938 -
2012B Ben Pollack and His Orchestra - Naturally vocal: Paula Gayle
ASCAP: 440003881 - ISWC: T0701520220
(Harry Barris - Joe McCarty)
DLA-1363A - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1938 -


2013A Dick Powell and The Foursome with The Harry Sosnik Orchestra - On Wisconsin!
ASCAP: 150051011 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(W. T. Purdy - Carl Beck)
DLA-1400A - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -
2013B Dick Powell and The Foursome with The Harry Sosnik Orchestra - The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You
(W. T. Purdy - Carl Beck)
DLA-1402A - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -


2014A Pinky Tomlin and Foursome - In Ole Oklahoma
ASCAP: 390124739 - ISWC: T0709062634
(Pinky Tomlin)
DLA-1404 - Los Angeles, CA - August 15, 1938 -
2014B Pinky Tomlin and Foursome - Ragtime Cowboy Joe
ASCAP: 180039630 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Lewis F. Muir - Maurice Abrahams (C) - (L) Grant Clarke)
DLA-1405 - Los Angeles, CA - August 15, 1938 -


2015A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Tu-Li-Tulip Time
ASCAP: 500121675 - ISWC: T0701814154
(Maria Grever (C) - (L) Jack Lawrence)
64477 - August 23, 1938 -
2015B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - I Used To Be Color Blind
ASCAP: 390072643 - ISWC: T0709044676
(Irving Berlin) from: RKO picture "Carefree"
64476 - August 23, 1938 -


2016A Andrews Sisters - Love Is Where You Find It
ASCAP: 420086197 - ISWC: T0700973610
(Harry Warren - Al Durbin - Johnny Mercer) from: first Natl Picture "Garden Of The Moon"
64423 - New York, NY - August 6, 1938 -
2016B Andrews Sisters - When A Prince Of A Fella Meets A Cinderella
ASCAP: 530056207 - ISWC: T0701990615
(Manny Kurtz - Jimmy Van Heusen)
64424 - New York, NY - August 6, 1938 -


2017A Judy Garland with The Harry Sosnik Orchestra - It Never Rains But When It Pours
ASCAP: 390150808 - ISWC: T0709071442
(Mack Gordon - Harry Revel) from: MGM picture "Love finds Andy Hardy"
DLA-1437 - Los Angeles, CA - August 21, 1938 -
2017B Judy Garland with The Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Ten Pins In The Sky
ASCAP: 500025609 - ISWC: T0701784088
(Joseph McCarthy - Milton Ager) from: MGM picture "Listen Darling")
DLA-1436 - Los Angeles, CA - August 21, 1938 -


2018A Pinky Tomlin and Foursome - What Are You Doin' Tonight?
ASCAP: 530036523 - ISWC: T0701983972
(Pinky Tomlin - Harry Tobias)
DLA-1406 - Los Angeles, CA - August 15, 1938 -
2018B Pinky Tomlin and Foursome - Rosie The Redskin
ASCAP: 480054779 - ISWC: T0701272947
(Al Jacobs - Al Stillman)
DLA-1407 - Los Angeles, CA - August 15, 1938 -


2019A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Simple And Sweet
ASCAP: 490063553 - ISWC: T0701355125
(Abel Baer - Bud Green)
DLA-1443=A - Los Angeles, CA - August 23, 1938 -
2019B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Cute Little Hat Check Girl
ASCAP: 330118822 - ISWC: T0702594191
(Al Stillman - Ray Bloch - Nat Simon)
DLA-1441=A - Los Angeles, CA - August 23, 1938 -


2020A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Juliana vocal: Elmo Tanner and Mary Lee
ASCAP: 400024595 - ISWC: T0700887177
(Harry Tierney - Raymond B. Egan)
DLA-1440=A - Los Angeles, CA - August 23, 1938 -
2020B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Heartaches Elmo Tanner, whistling
ASCAP: 380031750 - ISWC: T0702650290
(John Klenner - Al Hoffman)
DLA-1444 - Los Angeles, CA - August 23, 1938 -


2021A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Wacky Dust vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
ASCAP: 530000436 - ISWC: T0711924105
(Oscar Levant - Stanley Adams)
64459=A - August 17, 1938 -
2021B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Spinnin' The Webb
ASCAP: 490125021 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Chick Webb - Ella Fitzgerald)
63707=A - May 3, 1938 -


2022A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - No Wonder
ASCAP: 440032046 - ISWC: T0701528188
(Buddy Bernier - Bob Emmerich) from: "Hellz-a-poppin'"
64487 - September 1, 1938 -
2022B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Indiana-Moonlight Waltz
ASCAP: 390134433 - ISWC: T0718828331
(Joe Davis)
64491 - September 1, 1938 -


2023A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - All American Girl
ASCAP: 310023346 - ISWC: T0700006183
(Al Lewis)
64490=B - (De-14A)
September 1, 1938 -
2023B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - You Gotta Be A Football Hero
ASCAP: 550018854 - ISWC: T0702105938
(Al Sherman - Buddy Fields - Al Lewis)
64489=A - (De-14B) - September 1, 1938 -


2024A Dick Powell and Foursome - The Stein Song (University Of Maine)
ASCAP: 190124966 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(E. A. Fenstad (C) - (L) Lincoln Colcord)
DLA-1401 - Also Decca Set A-142 - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -
2024B Dick Powell with The Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Illinois Loyalty Song (University of Illinois)
(T. H. Guild)
DLA-1439=A - Also Decca Set A-142 - Los Angeles, CA - August 21, 1938 -


2025A Dick Powell and Foursome - Victory March
(Charles Ives)
DLA-1403 - Also Decca Set A-142 - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -
2025B Dick Powell with The Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Rambling Wreck From Georgia Tech
ASCAP: 180000724 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Michael A. Greenblatt - Frank Roman (C) - (L) Billy Walthall)
DLA-1438 - Los Angeles, CA - August 21, 1938 -


2026A Joseph Green - Lady Of Spain
ASCAP: 420002759 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Tolchard Evans - Erell Reaves - Stanley Damell)
64210 - June 17, 1938 - 2:26
2026B Joseph Green (xylophone solo) - Xylophonia
ASCAP: 240014024 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Joseph Green)
64207 - June 17, 1938 - 2:35


2027A American Legion Band of Hollywood California - The Caissons Go Rolling Along
ASCAP: 200067892 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Edmund L. Gruber)
DLA-1393 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
2027B American Legion Band of Hollywood California - National Emblem March
ASCAP: 440101435 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Edwin Eugene Bagley)
DLA-1392 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -


2028A Connie Boswell with Ray Sinatra and His Orchestra - Simple And Sweet
ASCAP: 490063553 - ISWC: T0701355125
(Abel Baer - Bud Green)
64600 - September 6, 1938 -
2028B Connie Boswell - Heart And Soul
ASCAP: 380030073 - ISWC: T0700729561
(Frank Loesser - Hoagy Carmichael)
64602 - September 6, 1938 -


2029A Mills Brothers - Just A Kid Named Joe
ASCAP: 400029474 - ISWC: T0700888614
(Jerry Livingston (C) - (L) Mack David)
64466 - August 19, 1938 - 3:00
2029B Mills Brothers - Funiculi, Funicula
ASCAP: 884342682 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Luigi Denza (C) - (L) Peppino Turco - (t)Edward Oxenford)
64223 - June 20, 1938 - 2:26


2030A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Texas Shuffle
ASCAP: 500706801 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Edgar Battle - Herschel Evans)
64473=A - August 22, 1938 - 3:02
2030B Count Basie and His Orchestra - Mama Don't Want No Peas An' Rice
ASCAP: 430013246 - ISWC: T0715984170
(L. Wolfe Gilbert - Charles L. Cooke)
63918=A - June 6, 1938 - 2:49


2031A Casa Loma Orchestra - Song Of India
ASCAP: 190025662 - ISWC: T9028923628
(Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov)
62829 - New York, NY - December 1, 1937 - 3:14
2031B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Mindin' My Business
ASCAP: 430066154 - ISWC: T0701094032
(Gus Kahn - Walter Donaldson)
63224 - New York, NY - February 2, 1938 - 3:20 -


2032A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Wolverine Blues
ASCAP: 530102559 - ISWC: T0702006027
(Fred Morton - Ben and John Spikes)
63272 - February 10, 1938 - 2:55 -
2032B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Louise, Louise
()
63387 - March 10, 1938 - 3:08 -


2033A Ted Lewis and His Band - The Old St Louis Blues
ASCAP: 190102391 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(William Christopher Handy)
DLA-1346=A - Also Decca 23917; Decca set A-353 - Los Angeles, CA - July 25, 1938 - 3:06 -
2033B Ted Lewis and His Band - I'm The Medicine Man For The Blues
ASCAP: 390114759 - ISWC: T0709059391
(Harry Akst - Grant Clarke) from: "Is Everybody Happy?" 1929
DLA-1344 - Also Decca set A-353 - Los Angeles, CA - July 25, 1938 - 3:03 -


2034A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Silver Bell
Public Domain - 1910
(Percy Wenrich (C) - (L) Edward Madden)
DLA-1177 - Los Angeles, CA - April 5, 1938 -
2034B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Goofus vocal: Stan Fritts
ASCAP: 370046405 ISWC: T0700650470
(Wayne King - William Harold - Gus Kahn)
DLA-1178 - Los Angeles, CA - April 5, 1938 -


2035A Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - Bacarolle
ASCAP: 20077392 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Jacques Offenbach)
DLA-1254 - Los Angeles, CA - April 20, 1938 -
2035B Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - Chopiniana
ASCAP: 30011326 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Frederic Chopin)
DLA-1258=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 20, 1938 -


2036A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - China-Boy
ASCAP: 330048407 - ISWC: T0700247397
(Phil Boutelje - Richard A. Winfree)
CE-8475 - London, UK - July 6, 1937 -
2036B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Farewell Blues
ASCAP: 360009929 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Elmer Schoebel - Paul Joseph Mares - Leon Rappolo)
C-E8476 - London, UK - July 6, 1937 -


2037A Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - Missouri Waltz vocal: Jack Parker
()
63343 - February 25, 1938 -
2037B Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - Mammy's Lullaby vocal: Jack Parker
()
63346 - February 25, 1938 -


2038A Andy Iona and Eddie Dunstedter - Song Of The Islands
(Charles E. King)
DLA-1394 - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -
2038B Andy Iona and Eddie Dunstedter - Aloha Oe
()
DLA-1395 - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -


2039A* Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - Sing A Hula Song
ASCAP: 490066489 - ISWC: T0701355852
(Harry Owens)
DLA-1169 - ASCAP: 490066489 - ISWC: T0701355852 - Los Angeles, CA - April 4, 1938 -
2039B Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - O Ma Ka Pua
()
DLA-793 - Los Angeles, CA - May 6, 1937 -


2040A Lyle Spud Murphy and His Orchestra - Quaker City Jazz
ASCAP: 470000318 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Jan Savitt - Jimmy Schultz)
DLA-1264=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 21, 1938 -
2040B Spud Murphy's Orchestra - Cherokee
ASCAP: 330043028 - ISWC: T9011325909
(Ray Noble)
DLA-1265 - Los Angeles, CA - April 21, 1938 -


2041A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Ribbons And Roses whistling: Elmo Tanner
ASCAP: 480026380 - ISWC: T0701266025
(Sam M. Lewis - George W. Meyer - Pete Wendling)
DLA-1442 - Los Angeles, CA - August 23, 1938 -
2041B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Nola whistling: Elmo Tanner
ASCAP 140034326 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Felix Arndt)
63328=A - New York, NY - February 23, 1938 - 2:22 -


2042A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - I Can't Give You Anything But Love
ASCAP: 390007357 - ISWC: T0709025240
(Dorothy Fields - Jimmy Mchugh)
64229 - Also Decca A-233 - New York, Ny - June 24, 1938 - 2:56
2042B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Ain't Misbehavin'
ASCAP: 310017791 - ISWC: T0710562994
(Andy Razaf - Thomas "Fats" Waller - Harry Brooks)
64230=B - Also Decca A-233 - New York, NY - June 24, 1938 - 2:57


2043A Mal Hallett and His Orchestra - If I Were You
()
63887 - May 31, 1938 -
2043B Mal Hallett and His Orchestra - Looney Little Tooney
()
63886 - May 31, 1938 -


2044A Ink Spots - Brown Gal
(Lillian "Lil" Hardin Armstrong)
64486 - New York, NY - August 31, 1938 -
2044B Ink Spots - Pork Chops And Gravy
ASCAP: 460062253 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Ivory "Deek" Watson)
64485 - New York, NY - August 31, 1938 -


2045A Les Brown and His Band Reknown - Mutiny On The Bandstand
ASCAP: 430107672 - ISWC: T0702700626
(Sammy Cahn - Paul Chaplin)
62044 - New York, NY - March 18, 1937 -
2045B Les Brown and His Band Reknown - When You Wore A Tulip
()
62052 - New York, NY - March 18, 1937 -


2046A Milt Herth Trio - Lambeth Walk vocal: O'Neil Spencer
ASCAP: 420004355 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Noel Gay - Douglas Furber) from: "Me and My Girl"
64646 - DeM30183 - September 13, 1938 -
2046B Milt Herth Trio - Rockin' In Rhythm
ASCAP: 480042200 - ISWC: T0710694168
(Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington - Harry Carney - Irving Mills)
64647 - September 13, 1938 -


2047A Donald Novis with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - I'm In Heaven When I See You Smile Diane
ASCAP: 340033476 - ISWC: T0700389316
(Erno Rapee - Lew Pollack)
DLA-1260 - Los Angeles, CA - April 20, 1938 -
2047B Donald Novis with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Alice Blue Gown
(Harry Tierney - Joseph McCarthy)
DLA-1261 - Los Angeles, CA - April 20, 1938 -


2048A Edgar Hayes and His Orchestra - You're My First Thought Every Morning
(Joe Garland - Harry Fredericks)
63296 - New York , NY - February 17, 1938 -
2048B Edgar Hayes and His Orchestra - Shindig
ASCAP: 490050987 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Herman Stein - Ray Block()
62677 - New York , NY - October 11, 1937 -


2049A Andy Iona - Indebted To You
(Andy Iona Long)
DLA-1419 - Los Angeles, CA - August 10, 1938 -
2049B Andy Iona - Carefree
ASCAP: 330019788 - ISWC: T0700240089
(Charles Henderson - Edward Heyman)
DLA-1416 - Los Angeles, CA - August 10, 1938 -


2050A Teddy Grace - Crazy Blues
(Perry Bradford)
64495 - New York, NY - September 1, 1938 -
2050B Teddy Grace - Love Me Or Leave Me
ASCAP: 420088444 - ISWC: T0700974306
(Gus Kahn - Walter Donaldson)
64493 - New York, NY - September 1, 1938 -


2051A Carl Deacon Moore and His Orchestra - Waitin' For The Evenin' Mail
ASCAP: 530002372 - ISWC: T0711924161
(Billy Baskette)
64430 - August 9, 1938 -
2051B Carl Deacon Moore and His Orchestra - Evolution Mama
()
64431 - August 9, 1938 -


2052A Art Tatum - Sheik Of Araby
ASCAP: 887090671 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Ted Snyder - Harry B. Smith - Francis Wheeler)
62825=A - Also on Brunswick 80160 - New York, NY - November 29, 1937 -
2052B Art Tatum - Chloe
ASCAP: 330050930 - ISWC: T0700248049
(Gus Kahn - Neil Moret)
62824=A - Also on Brunswick 80160 - New York, NY - November 29, 1937 -


2053A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Summer Souvenirs
ASCAP: 490161456 - ISWC: T0701383154
(J. Fred Coots - Charles Newman)
64666=A - New York, NY - September 14, 1938 -
2053B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Is That The Way To Treat A Sweetheart? vocal: Mert Curtis
ASCAP: 392027939 - ISWC: T0730399059
(Charles Tobias - Nat Simon)
64669=A - New York, NY - September 14, 1938 -


2054A Ted Lewis and His Band - When My Baby Smiles At Me
(Ted Lewis - Bill Munro - Andrew Sterling)
DLA-1319=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 16, 1938 - 2:47
2054B Ted Lewis and His Band - She's Funny That Way
ASCAP: 490050307 - ISWC: T0701351521
(Neil Moret - Richard A. Whiting)
DLA-1345 - Los Angeles, CA - July 25, 1938 -


2055A Connie Boswell - There's Something About An Old Love
ASCAP: 500056684 - ISWC: T0711898360
(Will Hudson - Lupin Fein - Irving Mills)
64601 - New York, NY - September 6, 1938 -
2055B Connie Boswell - Summer Souvenirs
ASCAP: 490161456 - ISWC: T0701383154
(J. Fred Coots - Charles Newman)
64603 - New York, NY - September 6, 1938 -


2056A Bob Howard and His Boys - Beale Street Mama
ASCAP: 320025816 - ISWC: T0700106246
(Roy Turk - J. Russell Robinson)
64346 - New York, NY - July 26, 1938 -
2056B Bob Howard and His Boys - I Used To Love You
ASCAP: 885505874 - ISWC: T9104121564
(Albert Von Tilzer)
- 64343 - New York, NY - July 26, 1938 -


2057A Ben Pollack and His Orchestra - After You've Gone
(Henry Creamer - J. Turner Layton)
DLA-1232=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 18, 1938 -
2057B Ben Pollack and His Orchestra - Looking At The World Thru Rose Colored Glasses
(Tommy Malie - Jimmy Steiger)
DLA-1236=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 18, 1938 -


2058A Vi ctor Young's Orchestra - Dancing In The Dark vocal: Donald Novis
()
DLA-1219=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 16, 1938 -
2058B Victor Young's Orchestra - I Kiss Your Hand, Madame
()
DLA-1220=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 16, 1938 -


2059A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Tutti Frutti
(Doris Fisher - Slim Gaillard)
64672=A - New York,NY - September 14, 1938 -
2059B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - You're The Only Star
(Gene Autry)
64488=A - New York,NY - September 1, 1938 -


2060A Matty Malneck and His Orchestra - Sing You Sinners
(Sam Coslow - W. Franke Harling)
DLA-1435 - Los Angeles, CA - August 21, 1938 -
2060B Matty Malneck and His Orchestra - Hearts And Flowers
(Tobani)
DLA-1434 - Los Angeles, CA - August 21, 1938 -


2061A Joseph Green (bell solo) - Intermezzo Russe
()
63927 - June 8, 1938 -
2061B Joseph Green (bell solo) - General Boulanger March
()
63929 - June 8, 1938 -


2062A Raphael - Two Guitars / Black Eyes
(Not Given)
61168 - June 15, 1936 -
2062B Raphael Alexandrovitch Sonnenberg, acc. Leo Lefleur (piano and celesta) - Doëna Romanian Folk Song
(Not Given)
61192 - June 23, 1936 -


2063A Harry Bluestone and Bobby Sherwood - Am I Blue
()
DLA-1412 - August 16, 1938 -
2063B Harry Bluestone - Kiddin' On The Strings
()
DLA-1413 - August 16, 1938 -


2064A Revelers Male Quartet - Sweet Bye And Bye
(J. P. Webster - S. F. Bennett)
63378 - New York, NY - March 8, 1938 -
2064B Revelers Male Quartet - The Church In The Wildwood
(William S. Pitts)
63381 - New York, NY - March 8, 1938 -


2065A Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64180 - Also Decca set A-18 - June 22, 1938 -
2065B Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64181 - Also Decca set A-18 - June 22, 1938 -


2066A Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64182 - Also Decca set A-18 - June 22, 1938 -
2066B Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64183 - Also Decca set A-18 - June 22, 1938 -


2067A Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64184 - Also Decca set A-18 - June 22, 1938 -
2067B Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64185 - Also Decca set A-18 - June 22, 1938 -


2068A Henry King and His Orchestra - Siboney
(Ernesto Lecuona)
DLA-1331 - Also Decca Set A-16 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2068B Henry King and His Orchestra - Havana Is Calling
()
DLA-1340 - Also Decca Set A-16 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -


2069A Henry King and His Orchestra - The Peanut Vendor (El Manisero)
(Moiser Simons - L. Wolfe Gilbert - Marion Sunshine)
DLA-1335 - Also Decca Set A-16-3 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 - 2: 49
2069B Henry King and His Orchestra - Jungle Drums (Canto Karabali)
(Ernest Lecuona - Carmen Lombardo - Charles O'Flynn)
DLA-1338 - Also Decca Set A-16-4 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 - 2:56


2070A Henry King and His Orchestra - Say Si Si (Para Vigo Me Voy)
(Ernesto Lecuona)
DLA-1336 - Also Decca Set A-16 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2070B Henry King and His Orchestra - Tabu Rumba
(Margarita Lecuona)
DLA-1332 - Also Decca Set A-16 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -


2071A Henry King and His Orchestra - Mama Inez Rumba
(Ellseo Grenet)
DLA-1334 - Also Decca Set A-16 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2071B Henry King and His Orchestra - Maria La O Rumba
(Ernesto Lecuona)
DLA-1333 - Also Decca Set A-16 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -


2072A Henry King and His Orchestra - Cachita
(Rafael Hernandez)
DLA-1339 - Also Decca Set A-16 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2072B Henry King and His Orchestra - My Shawl
()
DLA-1337 - Also Decca Set A-16 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -


2073A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - I Used To Be Color Blind vocal: Quartet
(Irving Berlin)
64619 - September 9, 1938 -
2073B Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Peelin' The Peach vocal: Quartet
(Dorothy Dick - Harry Link)
64621 - September 9, 1938 -


2074A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Jamboree Jones
()
64617=A - September 9, 1938 -
2074B Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Sing A Song Of Sixpence
()
64620=A - September 9, 1938 -


2075A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - My Reverie
()
64677 - New York, NY - September 20, 1938 -
2075B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - All Ashore
()
64674 - New York, NY - September 20, 1938 -


2076A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - When I Go A-Dreaming
()
64675 - New York, NY - September 20, 1938 -
2076B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - There's No Place Like Your Arms
()
64673 - New York, NY - September 20, 1938 -


2077 Harry Sosnik - Singing Games
()
DLA-1374- Also Decca K-19 - August 8, 1938 -
2077 Harry Sosnik - Singing Games
()
DLA-1375- Also Decca K-19 - August 8, 1938 -


2078 Harry Sosnik - Singing Games
()
DLA-1376- Also Decca K-19 - August 8, 1938 -
2078 Harry Sosnik - Singing Games
()
DLA-1377- Also Decca K-19 - August 8, 1938 -


2079 Harry Sosnik - Singing Games
()
DLA-1378- Also Decca K-19 - August 8, 1938 -
2079 Harry Sosnik - Singing Games
()
DLA-1379- Also Decca K-19 - August 8, 1938 -


2080A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - I Let A Tear Fall In The River
()
64465 - August 18, 1938 -
2080B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - McPherson Is Rehearsin'
()
63935 - June 9, 1938 -


2081A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - How Can We Be Wrong?
()
64614 - September 9, 1938 - 3:14
2081B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - How Much Do You Mean To Me?
()
64645 - September 12, 1938 -


2082A Andrews Sisters - Pross-tchai - Goodbye, Goodbye
()
64671 - New York, NY - September 8, 1938 -
2082B Andrews Sisters - Lullaby To A Jitterbug
()
64670 - New York, NY - September 8, 1938 -


2083A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Heart And Soul
()
64678 - New York, NY - September 20, 1938 -
2083B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - While A Cigaarette Was Burning
()
64676 - New York, NY - September 20, 1938 -


2084A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Old Folks
()
64483 - August 26, 1938 -
2084B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Tell Me With Your Kisses
()
64667 - September 14, 1938 -


2085A Louis Armstrong Decca Mixed Choir - Going To Shout All Over God's Heaven
()
63983 - June 14, 1938 -
2085B Louis Armstrong Decca Mixed Choir - Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
()
63984 - June 14, 1938 -


2086A Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Home Again Blues
()
-
2086B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Milenberg Joys
()
CE-8375 - June ?, 1937 -


2087A Milt Herth Trio - Home Cookin' Man With A Fryin' Pan
()
64342 - July 22, 1938 -
2087B Milt Herth Trio - Minuet In Jazz
()
64255 - July 5, 1938 -


2088A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - For Me And My Gal
()
CE-8613 - London, UK - September 28, 1937 -
2088B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Swing, Swing, Swing
()
CE-8614 - London, UK - September 28, 1937 -


2089A Zora Layman - Don't Go In The Lion's Cage Tonight
()
64262 - July 6, 1938 -
2089B Zora Layman - The Beautiful Bearded Lady
()
64263 - July 6, 1938 -


2090A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Coming Thro' The Rye
()
DLA-1420- Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -
2090B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Duchess Waltz / Under The Double Eagle
(Wagner)
DLA-1421- Also on On Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -


2091A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Marching Through Georgia / Dixie
(Tuxedo)
DLA-1423- Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -
2091B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Oxford Minuet
()
DLA-1425- Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -


2092A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Veleta
()
DLA-1427- Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -
2092B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Varsovienna
()
DLA-1424- Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -


2093A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Spanish Waltz: La Spagnola
()
DLA-1422- Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -
2093B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Moon Winks Three Step
()
DLA-1430- Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -


2094A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Ben Bolt / Carry Me Back To Ole Virginny
(Trilby)
DLA-1428 - Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -
2094B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Military Schottische: Kerry Mills Barn Dance
(Kerry Mills)
DLA-1429 - Also Decca set A-18 - Los Angeles, CA - August 19, 1938 -


2095A Freddie "Schnikelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Isabella and Mariechen Waltz
(Not Given)
64275 - A-19-1 10 sides - July 8, 1938 -
2095B Freddie "Schnikelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Tinker Polka
(Not Given)
64277 - A-19-2 10 sides - July 8, 1938 -


2096A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Cockoo Waltz
()
64276 - Also Decca set A-19 - July 8, 1938 -
2096B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Muziky, Muziky Polka
()
64278- Also Decca set A-19 - July 8, 1938 -


2097A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Old Memories Two Steps
()
64285- Also Decca set A-19 - July 8, 1938 -
2097B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Our Katy Polka
()
64279- Also Decca set A-19 - July 8, 1938 -


2098A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Herr Schmidt
()
64280- Also Decca set A-19 - July 8, 1938 -
2098B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - The Dancing Hour Schottische
()
64286- Also Decca set A-19 - July 8, 1938 -


2099A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Oh, Susannah
()
64287 - Also Decca set A-19 - July 8, 1938 -
2099B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - They're Off One Step
()
64288- Also Decca set A-19 - July 8, 1938 -







Decca (USA) 2100 - 2199 Popular Series



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2100A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - You're The Only Star
()
64479 - August 23, 1938 -
2100B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Is That The Way To Treat A Sweetheart?
()
64478 - August 23, 1938 -


2101A Donald Novis with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Oh Promise Me
()
DLA-1397=A - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -
2101B Donald Novis with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - At Dawning
()
DLA-1396 - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -


2102A Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - When Hilo Hattie Does The Hula Hop
(Noble/McDaniel)
64394 - August 3, 1938 -
2102B Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Pua Maka Hala
()
64397 - August 3, 1938 -


2103A Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - So Long But Not For Long Aloha
()
64395 - August 3, 1938 -
2103B Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Hano Hano Hano
(Fred Alahikea)
64393 - August 3, 1938 -


2104A Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Tahitian Lullaby
()
64392 - August 3, 1938 -
2104B Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Queen Hula
()
64396 - August 3, 1938 -


2105A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - F.D.R Jones
()
64573 - October 6, 1938 -
2105B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - I Love Each Move You Make
()
64574 - October 6, 1938 -


2106A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Who Blew Out The Flame
()
64580 - New York, NY - October 10, 1938 -
2106B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - My Heart Is Unemployed
()
64581 - New York, NY - October 10, 1938 -


2107A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Begin The Beguine
()
64584 - New York, NY - October 10, 1938 -
2107B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Take Me With You
()
64583 - New York, NY - October 10, 1938 -


2108A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Big Foot Jump
()
63426 - March 14, 1938 -
2108B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Five Point Blues
()
63428 - New York, NY - March 14, 1938 -
Yank Lawson (tp) Warren Smith (tb) Irving Fazola (cl) Eddie Miller (st) Bob Zurke (p)
Bob Haggart (b) Nappy Lamare (g) Ray Bauduc (dr) Bob Crocby (dir)


2109A Spud Murphy's Orchestra - Ecstacy
(Spud Murphy)
DLA-1267 - Los Angeles, CA - April 21, 1938 - 2:54 -
2109B Spud Murphy's Orchestra - Dancing With A DebutanteA
(Spud Murphy)
DLA-1268 - Los Angeles, CA - April 21, 1938 - 2:31 -


2110A Ted Lewis and His Band - Wear A Hat With A Silver Lining
()
DLA-1320=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 16, 1938 -
2110B Ted Lewis and His Band - Three O'Clock In The Morning
()
DLA-1343 - Los Angeles, CA - July 25, 1938 -


2111A Johnny Dobbs and His Chicago Boys - Wild Man Blues
("Jelly Roll" Morton - Louis Armstrong)
63189=A - January 21, 1938 -
2111B Johnny Dobbs and His Chicago Boys - Twenty Ninth And Dearborn
(Richard M. Jones)
63191=A - January 21, 1938 -


2112A Bob Howard and His Orchestra - Any Rags
()
64348 - New York, NY - July 26, 1938 - 2:44 -
2112B Bob Howard and His Orchestra - You're In Kentucky Sure As You're Born
()
64347 - New York, NY - July 26, 1938 -


2113A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Mariska
(Not Given)
64332 - Also Decca set A-20-1 - July 21, 1938 -
2113B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Szeretnelek
(Not Given)
64334 - Also Decca set A-20-2 - July 21, 1938 -


2114A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Gypsy Scene
(Not Given)
64333 - Also Decca set A-20-3 - July 21, 1938 -
2114B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Hungarian Scene
(Not Given)
64335 - Also Decca set A-20-4 - July 21, 1938 -


2115A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - The Old Gypsy
(Not Given)
64331 - Also Decca set A-20-5 - July 21, 1938 -
2115B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - At The Gate
(Not Given)
64340 - Also Decca set A-20-6 - July 21, 1938 -


2116A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Sound Of The Guitar
(Not Given)
64336 - Also Decca set A-20-7 - July 21, 1938 -
2116B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - My Shining Star
(Not Given)
64337 - Also Decca set A-20-8 - July 21, 1938 -


2117A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Hussar Love
(Not Given)
64338 - Also Decca set A-20-9 - July 21, 1938 -
2117B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Gypsy Eyes
(Not Given)
64339 - Also Decca set A-20-10 - July 21, 1938 -


2118A Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Doina-Oltuhui
()
64648 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -
2118B Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Hora Taganiasa
()
64655 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -


2119A Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Hora Stacato
(Dinicui)
64649 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -
2119B Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Sava Chavo (Gay Fellow)
()
64656 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -


2120A Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Steluta
()
64652 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -
2120B Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Ciocarlia
(Hora Calului)
64657 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -


2121A Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Tuica
()
64650 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -
2121B Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Tata Marita
()
64653 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -


2122A Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Transylvania
()
64651 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -
2122B Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Sarba Roumanian Folk Dance
()
64654 - Also Decca set A-21 - September 14, 1938 -


2123A* Bing Crosby with The Bob Crosby Orchestra - My Reverie
(Larry Clinton)
C-91513 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -
2123B* Bing Crosby with The Bob Crosby Orchestra - Old Folks
(Willard Robison - Dedette Lee Hill)
C-91512=A;B - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -


2124A Frances Langford with Paul Taylor - Serenade
(Schubert)
DLA-1291 - Los Angeles, CA - May 3, 1938 -
2124B Frances Langford with Paul Taylor - The Last Rose Of Summer
()
DLA-1292 - Los Angeles, CA - May 3, 1938 -


2125A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby vocal: Russ Morgan
()
64484 - August 26, 1938 -
2125B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - This Is Madness
()
64668 - September 14, 1938 -


2126A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Have You Forgotten So Soon?
()
64582 - New York, NY - October 10, 1938 -
2126B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Rainbow Round The Moon
()
64579=A - New York, NY - October 10, 1938 -


2127A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - I Won't Tell A Soul
()
64643 - September 12, 1938 -
2127B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Toadie Toddle
()
64642 - September 12, 1938 -


2128A Teddy Grace - Monday Morning
()
64496 - September 1, 1938 -
2128B Teddy Grace - Downhearted Blues
(Alberta Hunter)
64494 - September 1, 1938 -


2129A Sidney Bechet and Noble Sissle - When The Sun Sets Down South
(Brooks - Bechet)
63265 - Also on Brunswick BR80132 - February 10, 1938 -
2129B Noble Sissle - Swingsters Blackstick
(Sidney Bechet)
63264 - Also on Brunswick BR80132 - February 10, 1938 -


2130A Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - That Little Boy Of Mine
()
63344 - February 25, 1938 -
2130B Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - Land Of My Sunset Dreams vocal: Jack Parker
()
63351 - February 25, 1938 -


2131A Cloister Bells - Adeste Fidelis (O Come All Ye Faithful)
()
64299 - July 11, 1938 -
2131B Cloister Bells - Silent Night, Holy Night
()
64300 - July 11, 1938 -


2132A American Legion Band of Hollywood California - Stars And Stripes Forever
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1383 - Also Decca set A-22-1; A-537-1; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
2132B American Legion Band of Hollywood California - Hail To The Spirit Of Liberty March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1387 - Also Decca set - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -


2133A American Legion Band of Hollywood California - Washington Post March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1388 - Also Decca set A-22-3; A-537-3; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
2133B American Legion Band of Hollywood California - Hands Across The Sea March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1386 - Also Decca set A-22-4; A-537-4; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -


2134A American Legion Band of Hollywood California - Semper Fidelis March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1391=B - Also Decca A-22-5; A-537-2; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
2134B American Legion Band of Hollywood California - The Thunderer March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1390=A - Also Decca set A-22-6; A-537-5; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -


2135A American Legion Band of Hollywood California - High School Cadets March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1382 - Also Decca set A-22-7; A-537-6; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
2135B American Legion Band of Hollywood California - Liberty Bell March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1385 - Also Decca set A- - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -


2136A American Legion Band of Hollywood California - King Cotton March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1384 - Also Decca set A-537-8 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
2136B American Legion Band of Hollywood California - El Capitan March
(John Philip Sousa)
DLA-1389 - Also Decca set A-537-7; A- - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -


2137A Frank Luther - She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain Medley American Folk Songs
()
63768 - Also Decca set A-25 - May 13, 1938 -
2137B Frank Luther - Oh Dem Golden Slippers / Rovin' Gambler
()
63769 - Also Decca set A-25 - May 13, 1938 -


2138A Frank Luther - Billy Boy American Folk Songs (part.3)
()
63770- Also Decca set A-25 - May 13, 1938 -
2138B Frank Luther - Ida Red American Folk Songs (part.4)
()
63771- Also Decca set A-25 - May 13, 1938 -


2139A Frank Luther - Buffalo Gals American Folk Songs (part.5)
()
63772- Also Decca set A-25 - May 13, 1938 -
2139B Frank Luther - Hand Me Down My Walkin' Cane American Folk Songs (part.6)
()
63773- Also Decca set A-25 - May 13, 1938 -


2140A Frank Luther - Pass Around The Bottle American Folk Songs (part.7)
()
63970=A- Also Decca set A-25 - June 14, 1938 -
2140B Frank Luther - Little Rosewood Casket American Folk Songs (part.8)
()
63971=A- Also Decca set A-25 - June 14, 1938 -


2141A Frank Luther - Maple On The Hill American Folk Songs (part.9)
()
63972=A- Also Decca set A-25 - June 14, 1938 -
2141B Frank Luther - New River Train American Folk Songs (part.10)
()
63973=A- Also Decca set A-25 - June 14, 1938 -


2142A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - You're Lovely Madame
()
C-91544 - Chicago, IL - October 20, 1938 -
2142B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - What Have You Got That Gets Me
()
C-91537 - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 -
Zeke Zarchy, Sterling Bose, Billy Butterfield (tp) Ward Silloway, Warren Smith (tb) Irving Fazola (cl) Matty Mattlock, Joe Kearns (sa) Eddie Miller (st) Gil Rodin (st) Bob Zurke (p) Nappy Lamare (g) Bob Haggart (b) Ray Bauduc (dr) Bob Crosby (dir)


2143A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - I'm Madly In Love With You
()
64578 - New York, NY - October 10, 1938 -
2143B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - You Look Good To Me
()
64577 - New York, NY - October 10, 1938 -


2144A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - What Is This Thing Called Love?
()
63222 - February 2, 1938 -
2144B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Yours, All Yours
()
DLA-1408 - Los Angeles, CA - August 15, 1938 -


2145A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Aunt Hager's Blues
()
64618 - September 9, 1938 -
2145B Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - I'm Comin', Virginia
()
64616 - September 9, 1938 -


2146A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - You're The Very Last Word In Love
()
64492=A - September 1, 1938 -
2146B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Memories - Waltz
()
63921 - June 7, 1938 -


2147A Bing Crosby - You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
()
C-91511 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -
2147B Bing Crosby and Matty Malneck - Summertime
(George Gershwin)
DLA-1310 - Los Angeles, CA - July 8, 1938 -


2148A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - I Found My Yellow Basket
()
64576 - October 6, 1938 -
2148B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Ella vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
()
63937 - June 9, 1938 -


2149A Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Ya Got Me vocal: Bennett Sisters
(Clay Boland - Bickley Reichner)
64705 - October 26, 1938 -
2149B Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Ten Pins In The Sky vocal: Wayne Gregg
(Joseph McCarthy - Milton Ager)
64706=A - October 26, 1938 -


2150A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Two Sleepy People vocal: Bob Crosby, Marion Mann
(Hoagy Carmichael - Frank Loesser) from: "Thanks for The Memory"
C-91540 - Chicago, IL - October 21, 1938 -
2150B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Wait Till Me Heart Finds Out
(Sammy Cahn - Saul Chaplin)
C-91541 - Chicago, IL - October 21, 1938 -


2151A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Deep In A Dream
()
C-91549 - Chicago, IL - October 21, 1938 -
2151B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Hurry Home
()
C-91542 - Chicago, IL - October 21, 1938 -


2152A John Metcalf - Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown?
()
63464 - March 22, 1938 -
2152B John Metcalf - What A Friend We Have In Jesus
()
63465 (DeccaFil)
March 22, 1938 -


2153A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Beloved Spanish Melodies: Clavelitos Waltz
(Valverde)
64631 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -
2153B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Espanita
()
64625 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -


2154A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Ay Ay Ay
(O. P. Friere)
64630 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -
2154B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - A La Luz De La Luna
(J.Pallas)
64627 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -


2155A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Princesita
(Padilla)
64622 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -
2155B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - El Relicario
()
64623 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -


2156A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - La Violetera (Flower Girl)
()
64624 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -
2156B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Lagarteranas (Troubadors)
(La Garteranas)
64628 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -


2157A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Amapola (Pretty Little Poppy)
(Jose Lacalle)
64629 - Also Decca set A-26 - September 10, 1938 -
2157B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Nena (Little Girl)
()
64626 - Also Decca set A-26 - July 14, 1938 -


2158A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Famous Mexican Melody: Estrelita
()
64632 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -
2158B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Cielito Lindo (Beautiful Heaven)
()
64639 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -


2159A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Cuatro Milpas (Four Corn Fields)
()
64633 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -
2159B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Cancion Mexteca
()
64640 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -


2160A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Jurame (Promise Me)
(Grever)
64634 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -
2160B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Granada - Paso Doble
(Agustin Lara)
64641 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -


2161A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - La Borracjita (Little Gypsy Girl)
()
64635 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -
2161B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Conde Estes Corazon (Where Is My Heart)
(Martinez Serrano)
64637 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -


2162A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - La Golondrina (The Swallow)
()
64638 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -
2162B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - La Paloma (The Dove)
(Yradier)
64636 - Also Decca set A-27 - September 12, 1938 -


2163A Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - Mexican Folk Dances: Alegrias
()
DLA-1180 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -
2163B Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - El Garrotin
()
DLA-1182 - Also Decca set A-28 - April 6, 1938 -


2164A Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - La Madre Del Cordero
()
DLA-1186 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -
2164B Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - Fado Blanquita
()
DLA-1183 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -


2165A Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - El Manton De Manilla
()
DLA-1184 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -
2165B Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - El Mas Bonita Pie
()
DLA-1 191 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -


2166A Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - Las Chiapanecas
()
DLA-1187 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -
2166B Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - La Espuelas
()
DLA-1188 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -


2167A Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - Jarabe Tapatio
()
DLA-1189 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -
2167B Acuna-Mexican Dance Orchestra - La Zandunga
()
DLA-1190 - Also Decca set A-28 - Los Angeles, CA - April 6, 1938 -


2168A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight
(Joe Hayden - Theo Metz)
64497A - September 2, 1938 -
2168B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Some Of These Days
(Shelton Brooks)
91290A - July 9, 1937 -


2169A Harry Roy Tiger-Ragamuffins - Clarinet Marmalade
(Harry Shields - H. W. Ragas)
CE-8356=1 - London UK - May 11, 1937 -
2169B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Willie The Weeper
(Grant V. Rymal - Walter Melrose - Marty Bloom )
CE-8807=1 - London UK - December 14, 1937 -


2170A Joseph Green (xylophone) - A Bunch Of Roses
()
64208 - June 17, 1938 -
2170B Joseph Green (xylophone) - The Whirlwind
()
64209 - June 17, 1938 -


2171A Joseph Green (octarimba) - My Toreador
()
64211 - June 17, 1938 -
2171B Joseph Green (octarimba) - Lady Of Madrid
()
64212 - June 17, 1938 -


2172A Joseph Green String Quartet - Cloister Bells: The Rosary
(Ethelbert)
63986 - Also Decca set A-29 - June 15, 1938 -
2172B Joseph Green String Quartet - The Bells Of St Mary's
(Adams)
63987 - Also Decca set A-29 - June 15, 1938 -


2173A Cloister Bells - The Blue Bells Of Scotland
()
63988 - Also Decca set A-29 - June 15, 1938 -
2173B Joseph Green String Quartet - Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
(Ben Johnson)
63989 - Also Decca set A-29 - June 15, 1938 -


2174A Joseph Green String Quartet - Goin' Home
(Anton Dvorak)
63990 - Also Decca set A-29 June 15, 1938 -
2174B Joseph Green String Quartet - Deep River
(Burleigh)
63991 - Also Decca set A-29 June 15, 1938 -


2175A Joseph Green String Quartet - Sweet And Low
(Barnby)
64295 - Also Decca set A-29 July 11, 1938 -
2175B Joseph Green String Quartet - In The Gloaming
(Orred)
64296 - Also Decca set A-29 July 11, 1938 -


2176A Joseph Green String Quartet - Love's Old Sweet Song
(Malloy)
64297 - Also Decca set A-29 July 11, 1938 -
2176B Joseph Green String Quartet - Oh Promise Me
(R. Dekoven)
64298 - Also Decca set A-29 July 11, 1938 -


2177A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Blue Danube Waltz
(Johann Strauss)
64316 - Also Decca Set A-30-1 - July 14, 1938 -
2177B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Spring, Beautiful Spring
(Paul Lincke)
64322 - Also Decca Set A-30-2 - July 14, 1938 -


2178A* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Over The Waves (Sobre Las Olas) Waltz
(Juventino Rosas)
64315 - Also Decca Set A-30-3 - New York, NY - July 14, 1938 -
2178B* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - My Hero
(Oskar Straus) from: "Chocolate Soldier"
64313 - Also Decca Set A-30-4 - New York, NY - July 13, 1938 -


2179A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - A Waltz Dream Waltz
(Oskar Strauss)
64318 - Also Decca Set A-30-5 - July 14, 1938 -
2179B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Lysustrata Waltz Waltz
(Paul Linke) from: Operetta "Lysustrata"
64320 - Also Decca Set A-30-6 - July 14, 1938 -


2180A* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Danube Waves Waltz
(J. Ivanovici)
64317 - Also Decca Set A-30-7 - July 14, 1938 -
2180B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Luna Waltz Waltz
(Paul Lincke) from: "Frau Luna"
64321 - Also Decca Set A-30-8 - July 14, 1938 -


2181A* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - The Dollar Princess Waltz
(Leo Fall)
64319 - Also Decca Set A-30-9 - July 14, 1938 -
2181B* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Viennia, City Of My Dreams Waltz
(Rudolf Sieczynski)
64314 - Also Decca Set A-30-10 - July 14, 1938 -


2182A Matty Malneck and His Orchestra - St Louis Blues
(W. C. Handy)
DLA-1309 - Los Angeles, CA - July 8, 1938 -
2182B Matty Malneck and His Orchestra - Humoresque
(Dvorak)
DLA-1431 - Los Angeles, CA - August 21, 1938 -


2183A Carl Moore and His Orchestra - A Woman Gets Tired
()
64428 - August 9, 1938 -
2183B Carl Deacon Moore - Nobody Knows Where She's Gone
()
64429 - August 9, 1938 -


2184A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Avalon
(Fred Rose - Al Jolson)
CE-8611 - London UK - September 28, 1937 -
2184B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Ain't Misbehavin'
(Andy Razaf - Thomas "Fats" Waller - Harry Brooks)
CE-8612 - London UK - September 28, 1937 -


2185A Andy Iona - Falling In Love With You
()
DLA-1417 - Los Angeles, CA - August 10, 1938 -
2185B Andy Iona - I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
()
DLA-1418 - Los Angeles, CA - August 10, 1938 -


2186A Donald Novis with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Trees
(Oscar Rasbach - Joyce Kilmer)
DLA-1398 - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -
2186B Donald Novis with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - The Song Of Songs
(Clarence Lucas - Moya)
DLA-1399 - Los Angeles, CA - August 12, 1938 -


2187A Pinky Tomlin and Spike Jones Quartet - Red River Valley
(Traditional)
DLA-1283 - Los Angeles, CA - April 23, 1938 -
2187B Pinky Tomlin and Spike Jones Quartet - Red Wing
(Kerry Mills - Thurland Chataway)
DLA-1282 - Los Angeles, CA - April 23, 1938 -


2188A Frances Langford - Silent Night, Holy Night
(Franz Gruber)
DLA-1556 - Los Angeles, CA - November 10, 1938 -
2188A Frances Langford - Adeste fideles (O, Come All Ye Faithful)
(John Francis Wade)
DLA-1557=A - Los Angeles, CA - November 10, 1938 -


2189A Kenny Baker with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - O Little Town Of Bethlehem
(Phillip Brooks - L.H. Redner)
DLA-1559 - Los Angeles, CA - November 18, 1938 -
2189B Kenny Baker with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - O Holy Night
(Adolphe Adam)
DLA-1562 - Los Angeles, CA - November 18, 1938 -


2190A Kenny Baker with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - It Came Upon A Midnight Clear
(Edmund Hamilton Sears - Richard Storrs Willis)
DLA-1560 - Los Angeles, CA - November 18, 1938 -
2190B Kenny Baker with Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Hark The Herald Angels Sing
(Felix Mendelssohn)
DLA-1561=A - Los Angeles, CA - November 18, 1938 -


2191A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Say It With A Kiss vocal: Ray Morton
(Johnny Mercer - Harry Warren) from: First National picture "Going places"
64755=A - New York, NY - November 18, 1938 -
2191B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Please Come Out Of Your Dream vocal: Ray Morton
(Carl Sigman)
64756=A - New York, NY - November 18, 1938 -


2192A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - For Now On
()
64753=A - November 18, 1938 -
2192B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Get Out Of Town
()
64754 - November 18, 1938 -


2193A Edgar Hayes and His Orchestra - Help Me
(Edgar Hayes)
63294 - New York, NY - February 17, 1938 -
2193B Edgar Hayes and His Orchestra - Without You vocal: Clyde Bernhardt
(Clyde Bernhardt)
63295 - New York, NY - February 17, 1938 -


2194A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - I Won't Tell A Soul
()
64742 - November 16, 1938 -
2194B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Have You Forgotten So Soon?
()
64741 - November 16, 1938 -


2195A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - I Must See Annie Tonight vocal: Carmen Lombardo - Larry Owen - Fred Higman
(Cliff Friend - Dave Franklin)
64761 - New York, NY - November 23, 1938 -
2195B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Girl Friend Of The Whirling Dervish vocal: Carmen Lombardo/Larry Owen/Fred Higman
(Harry Warren - Al Dubin - Johnny Mercer) from: "Garden of the Moon"
64762=A - New York, NY - November 23, 1938 -


2196A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - It's A Lonely Trail vocal: Carmen Lombardo
(Vaughn De Leath - Charles and Nick Kenny)
64763 - New York, NY - November 23, 1938 -
2196B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - I Ups To Her And She Ups To Me vocal: Carmen Lombardo/Larry Owen/Fred Higman
(Al Hoffman - Al Goodman - Manny Kurtz)
64764=A - New York, NY - November 23, 1938 -


2197A Frances Langford with Victor Young Orchestra - At Long Last Love
(Cole Porter) from: musical "You Never Know"
DLA-1563 - Los Angeles, CA - November 18, 1938 -
2197B Frances Langford with Victor Young Orchestra - Hurry Home
(Joseph Meyer - Buddy Bernier - Bob Emmerich)
DLA-1564 - Los Angeles, CA - November 18, 1938 -


2198A Henry King and His Orchestra - I Have Eyes
()
DLA-1359 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1938 -
2198B Henry King and His Orchestra - The Funny Old Hills
()
DLA-1354 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1938 -


2199A Henry King and His Orchestra - You're A Sweet Little Headache
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: Paramount picture "Paris Honeymoon"
DLA-1356 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1938 -
2199B Henry King and His Orchestra - Joobalai
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: Paramount picture "Paris Honeymoon"
DLA-1355 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1938 -







Decca (USA) 2200 - 2299 Popular Series



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2200A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - You're A Sweet Little Headache
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: Paramount picture "Paris Honeymoon"
DLA-1547=A - Los Angeles, CA - November 4, 1938 -
2200B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Joobalai (Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: Paramount picture "Paris Honeymoon"
DLA-1550=B - Los Angeles, CA - November 4, 1938 -


2201A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - I Have Eyes
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: Paramount picture "Paris Honeymoon"
B7252 - November 4, 1938 -
2201B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - The Funny Old Hills
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: Paramount picture "Paris Honeymoon"
B7253 - November 4, 1938 -


2202A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight - Woe Is Me
(Eliot Daniel - Jack Lawrence)
64463 - New York, NY - August 18, 1938 -
2202B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight - Strictly From Dixie
(Jimmy Cavanaugh - Chick Webb - Harry Brooks)
64462 - New York, NY - August 18, 1938 -


2203A Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - Love's Ship vocal: Donald King
(Tell Taylor)
63348=A - New York, NY - February 25, 1938 -
2203B Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - I Love You Best Of All vocal: Donald King
(Alice Morrison - Nellie Morrison)
63350=A - New York, NY - February 25, 1938 -


2204A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Bless You, My Dear vocal: Pha Terrell
(Haropld Niesen - Harold Lawrence - Jay Milton)
64613 - New York, NY - September 9, 1938 -
2204B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Messa Stomp (Mess-astomp)
(Mary Lou Williams)
64615 - New York, NY - September 9, 1938 -


2205A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - I'm Free (What's New)
()
C-91535 - Also Decca set A-32-1 - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 -
Zeke Zarchy, Sterling Bose, Billy Butterfield (tp) Ward Silloway, Warren Smith (tb) Irving Fazola (cl) Matty Mattlock, Joe Kearns (sa) Eddie Miller (st) Gil Rodin (st) Bob Zurke (p) Nappy Lamare (g) Bob Haggart (b) Ray Bauduc (dr) Bob Crosby (dir)
2205B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Summertime
()
C-91550 - Also Decca set A-32-2 - VD-311 - Chicago, IL - October 21, 1938 -


2206A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Speak To Me Of Love
()
C-91514 - Also Decca set A-32-3 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -
2206B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - The Big Bass Viol
(M. T. Bohannen)
C-91515 - Also Decca set A-32-4 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -


2207A Four Of The Bobcats - I Hear You Talking
(Eddie Miller - Ray Bauduc)
C-91516=A - Also Decca set A-32-5 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -
2207B Four Of The Bobcats - Call Me A Taxi
(Bob Haggart - Bob Zurke)
C-91517=A - Also Decca set A-32-6 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -


2208A* Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Honky Tonk Train Blues piano: Bob Zurke
(Mead "Lux" Lewis)
C-91536 - Also Decca Set 32-7 - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 - 2:54
Zeke Zarchy, Sterling Bose, Billy Butterfield (tp) Ward Silloway, Warren Smith (tb) Irving Fazola (cl) Matty Mattlock, Joe Kearns (sa) Eddie Miller (st) Gil Rodin (st) Bob Zurke (p) Nappy Lamare (g) Bob Haggart (b) Ray Bauduc (dr) Bob Crosby (dir 2208B* Bob Haggart and Ray Bauduc - Big Noise From Winnetka
(Bob Haggart - Ray Bauduc)
C-91518 - Also Decca Set 32-8 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 - 2:30


2209A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Loopin' The Loop
()
C-91551 - Chicago, IL - October 21, 1938 -
2209B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - My Inspiration
()
C-91543 - Chicago, IL - October ?, 1938 -


2210A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Swingin' At The Sugar Bowl
()
C-91533 - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 -
Zeke Zarchy, Sterling Bose, Billy Butterfield (tp) Ward Silloway, Warren Smith (tb) Irving Fazola (cl) Matty Mattlock, Joe Kearns (sa) Eddie Miller (st) Gil Rodin (st) Bob Zurke (p) Nappy Lamare (g) Bob Haggart (b) Ray Bauduc (dr) Bob Crosby (dir)
2210B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - I'm Praying Humble
()
C-91534 - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 -


2211A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - This Can't Be Love
()
64752=A - November 18, 1938 -
2211B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - The Shortest Day Of The Year
()
64751 - November 18, 1938 -


2212A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Jumping At The Woodside
(Count Basie)
64474=A - New York, NY - August 22, 1938 -
2212B Count Basie and His Orchestra - Dark Rapture vocal: Helen Humes
(Benny Goodman - Edgar Sampson - Manny Kurtz) from: Universal picture "Dark Rapture"
64746 - New York, NY - November 16, 1938 -


2213A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - A Room With A View
(Al Stillman - Einar Swan)
64759 - New York, NY - November 21, 1938 -
2213B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Kinda Lonesome
(Hoagy Carmichael - (l) Leo Robin - Sam Coslow) from: Paramount picture "St. Louis Blues"
64760 - New York, NY - November 21, 1938 -


2214A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Hold Tight, Hold Tight
(Larry Kent - Jerry Brandow - Edward Robinson - Leonard Ware - Willie Spotswood)
64757 - New York, NY - November 21, 1938 -
2214B Andrews Sisters with Jimmy Dorsey - Billy Boy
(Jack Lawrence - Dan Howell)
64758 - New York, NY - November 21, 1938 -


2215A Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Thanks For Everthing vocal: Carmen Lombardo
(Mack Gordon - Harry Revel) from: "Thanks for Everything"
64765=A - New York, NY - November 23, 1938 -
2215B Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Deep Purple
(Peter De Rose)
64766=A - New York, NY - November 23, 1938 - 3:03


2216A John Kirby and Onyx Club Boys - Undecided
(Charlie Shavers)
64711=A - New York, NY - October 28, 1938 - 2:56
2216B John Kirby and Onyx Club Boys - From A Flat To C
(Billy Kyle)
64709 - New York, NY - October 28, 1938 -


2217A Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Tom, Tom, The Piper's Son vocal: Bennett Sisters
(Vick Knight - Bud Green)
64704 - New York, NY - October 26, 1938 -
2217B Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Ol' Man River
(Jerome Kern - Oscar Hammerstein) from: Universal picture "Showboat"
64707 - New York, NY - October 26, 1938 -


2218A Frances Langford with Victor Young Orchestra - I Won't Tell A Soul
(Charles Hugh - Parker Clarke Ross)
DLA-1565=A - Los Angeles, CA - November 18, 1938 -
2218B Frances Langford with Victor Young Orchestra - Everybody's Laughing
(Sammy Leanern - Ben Oakland)
DLA-1581=A - Los Angeles, CA - November 23, 1938 -


2219A Bob Hope and Shirley Ross - Two Sleepy People
(Hoagy Carmichael - Frank Loesser) from: Paramount picture "Thanks for the Memory"
DLA-1582 - Los Angeles, CA - November 23, 1938 -
2219B Bob Hope and Shirley Ross - Thanks For The Memory
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: Paramount picture "Big broadcast of 1938"
DLA-1583=A - Los Angeles, CA - November 23, 1938 -


2220A Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - They Say vocal: Muzzy Marcellino
(Paul Mann - Stephan Weiss - Edward Heyman)
DLA-1576=A - Los Angeles, CA - November 22, 1938 -
2220B Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - Everybody's Laughing vocal: Muzzy Marcellino
(Ben Oakland - Samuel Lerner)
DLA-1580=A - Los Angeles, CA - November 22, 1938 -


2221A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - The Umbrella Man
(Vincent Rose - Larry Stock - James Cavanaugh)
64805 - New York, NY - December 13, 1938 -
2221B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - We Speak Of You Often
(Johnny Marks - Dodette Lee Hill)
64806 - New York, NY - December 13, 1938 -


2222A Paul Whiteman and His Swing Wing - Jeepers Creepers vocal: Four Modernaires, Jack Teagarden
(Harry Warren - Johnny Mercer) from: "Going Places"
64793=A - New York, NY - December 8, 1938 -
2222B Paul Whiteman and His Swing Wing - Mutiny In The Nursery vocal: Four Modernaires, Joan Edwards, Jack Teagarden
(Harry Warren - Johnny Mercer) from: "Going Places"
64792 - New York, NY - December 8, 1938 -


2223A Paul Whiteman's Swinging String - Oh, Lady Be Good
(George and Ira Gershwin)
64738 - New York, NY - November 15, 1938 -
2223B Paul Whiteman's Swinging String - Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away)
(George and Ira Gershwin - Gus Kahn)
64739=A - New York, NY - November 15, 1938 -


2224A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Do You Wanna Jump, Children? vocal: James Rushing
(Al Donahue - Jimmy Van Heusen - Willie Bryant - Victor Selsman)
64749=A - New York, NY - November 16, 1938 -
2224B Count Basie and His Orchestra - Panassie Stomp
(Count Basie)
64750=A - New York, NY - November 16, 1938 - 2:46


2225A Will Osborne and His Orchestra - Just A Kid Named Joe
(Mack David - Jerry Livingston)
64786 - New York, NY - December 7, 1938 -
2225B Will Osborne and His Orchestra - Anywhere I Hang My Hat
(Will Osborne)
64789=A - New York, NY - December 7, 1938 -


2226A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Ghost Of Love vocal: Pha Terrell
(Mary Lou Williams - Lack Lawrence)
64696=A - New York, NY - October 24, 1938 - 2226B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Jump, Jack, Jump
(Buggs Roberts)
64694=A - New York, NY - October 24, 1938 - 2:55


2227A* Milt Herth Quartet - Jump Jump's Here vocal: O'Neil Spencer
(Red Norvo - Dick kline)
64776 - New York, NY - November 30, 1938 -
2227B Milt Herth Trio - Goblins In The Steeple
(Leon Carr - Allan Roberts)
64254 - New York, NY - July 5, 1938 -


2228A Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - Little Angel
(Harry Owens)
DLA-1168 - Los Angeles, CA - April 4, 1938 -
2228B Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - Do The Hula
(Don McDiarmid)
DLA-792=A - Los Angeles, CA - May 6, 1937 -


2229A Frances Langford with Orchestra directed by Harry Sosnik - Get Out Of Town
(Cole Porter) from: musical "Leave It To Me"
DLA-1654 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1938 -
2229B Frances Langford with Orchestra directed by Harry Sosnik - From Now On
(Cole Porter) from: musical "Leave It To Me"
DLA-1653 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1938 -


2230A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - As Long As You live (You'll Be Dead If You Die)
(Bernie Hanighen - Johnny Mercer)
63777 - New York, NY - May 13, 1938 -
2230B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - When The Saints Go Marching In
(traditional)
63778 - New York, NY - May 13, 1938 -


2231A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Gotta Pebble In My Shoe
(Al Feldman - Charlie Tobias)
64460 - New York, NY - August 17, 1938 -
2231B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Who Ya Hunchin'?
(Chick Webb - Ella Fitzgerald)
64464 - New York, NY - August 18, 1938 -


2232A Will Osborne and His Orchestra - You're Gonna See A Lot Of Me
(Al Hoffman - Goodhart - Manny Kurtz)
64787 - New York, NY - December 7, 1938 -
2232B Will Osborne and His Orchestra - Danny Boy
()
63114 - New York, NY - December 22, 1937 -


2233A Eddie Carroll and His Swingphonic Orchestra - Escapada
(Sid Phillips)
CE-9002 - London UK - March 8, 1938 -
2233B Eddie Carroll and His Swingphonic Orchestra - Tarantula
(Sid Phillips)
CE-9084 - London UK - April 14, 1938 -


2234A Lil Armstrong and Her Orchestra - Safely Locked Up In My Heart
()
64604 - New York, NY - September 8, 1938 -
2234B Lil Armstrong and Her Orchestra - Harlem On Saturday Night
()
64606 - New York, NY - September 8, 1938 -


2235A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - After Looking At You
()
64740- New York, NY - November 16, 1938 -
2235B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Mexicali Rose
()
64743- New York, NY - November 16, 1938 -


2236A Paradise Island Trio - I Love You
()
DLA-1615=A - Los Angeles, CA - December 3, 1938 -
2236B Paradise Island Trio - Love, Here Is My Heart
()
DLA-1612 - Los Angeles, CA - December 3, 1938 -


2237A Bing Crosby and The Foursome with John Scott Trotter's Frying Pan Five - When The BLOOM Is On The Sage
(Fred Howard - Nat Vincent)
DLA-1636=A - Also Decca set 69-9 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -
2237B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - It's A Lonely Trail
(Vaughn De Leath - Charles Kenny - Nick Kenny)
DLA-1691=A - Also Decca set 69-10 - Los Angeles, CA - December 19, 1938 -


2238A Merry Macs - Ferdinand The Bull
(Albert Hay Malotte - Larry Morey) from: Walt Disney's "Ferdinand The Bull"
64839 - New York, NY - December 29, 1938 -
2238B Merry Macs - I Got Rings On My Fingers (and bells on my toes)
(Robert P. Weston - Fred James Barnes - Maurice Scott)
64838=A - New York, NY - December 29, 1938 -


2239A Three Peppers - Fuzzy Wuzzy
(Bob Bell - Roy Branker)
64820 - New York, NY - December 16, 1938 -
2239B Three Peppers - Down By The Old Mill Stream
(Tell Taylor)
64819 - New York, NY - December 16, 1938 - 2:27 - Notes


2240A Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Spanish Shawl
(B. Meyers - W. Melrose - E. Schoebel)
CE-8812=1 - December 16, 1937 -
2240B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Maple Leaf Rag
(Scott Joplin)
CE-8811=1 - December 16, 1937 -


2241A Sol Hoopii and His Novelty Five - Farewell Blues
(Elmer Schoebel - P. Mares - L. Rappolo)
DLA-1667 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1938 - 2:39
2241B Sol Hoopii and His Novelty Five - Stack O' Lee Blues
(Not Given)
DLA-1663 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1938 -


2242A Louis Prima and His New Orleans Gang - Show Me The Way To Go Home
(Irving King)
DLA-1637 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -
2242B Louis Prima and His New Orleans Gang - Jitterbugs On Parade
(Louis Prima)
DLA-1639 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -


2243A Sister Rosetta Tharpe - The Lonesome Road
(Gene Austin - Nathaniel Shilkret)
64730=A - New York, NY - October 31, 1938 -
2243B Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Rock Me
(Not Given)
64727=A - New York, NY - October 31, 1938 - 2:44


2244A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - My Tiare
()
DLA-1446 - Los Angeles, CA - August 25, 1938 -
2244B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Toomba
()
DLA-1449 - Los Angeles, CA - August 25, 1938 -


2245A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Nomi Pele
()
DLA-1447 - Los Angeles, CA - August 25, 1938 -
2245B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Tropic Moon
()
DLA-1450 - Los Angeles, CA - August 25, 1938 -


2246A Rudy Vallee and Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Oh Diogenes!
()
DLA-1688 - Los Angeles, CA - December 18, 1938 -
2246B Rudy Vallee and Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Sing For Your Supper
()
DLA-1687 - Los Angeles, CA - December 18, 1938 -


2247A Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Falling In Love With Love
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart) from: musical "Boys From Syracuse"
DLA-1655 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1938 -
2247B Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik Orchestra - You Have Cast Your Shadow On The Sea
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart) from: musical "Boys From Syracuse"
DLA-1656 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1938 -


2248A Rudy Vallee and Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik Orchestra - This Can't Be Love
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart) from: musical "Boys From Syracuse"
DLA-1685 - Los Angeles, CA - December 18, 1938 -
2248B Rudy Vallee and Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik Orchestra - The Shortest Day Of The Year
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart) from: musical "Boys From Syracuse"
DLA-1686 - Los Angeles, CA - December 18, 1938 -


2249A Count Basie and His Orchestra - My Heart Belongs To Daddy
(Cole Porter) from: musical "Leave it to me" - 64851 - New York, NY - January 5, 1939 -
2249B Count Basie and His Orchestra - Sing For Your Supper
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart) from: musical "Boys from Syracuse" - 64852=A - New York, NY - January 5, 1939 -


2250A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blue Evening
(Gordon Jenkins - Joe Bishop)
64835 - New York, NY - December 22, 1938 -
2250B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Indian Boogie Woogie
(Woody Herman)
64832 - New York, NY - December 22, 1938 -


2251A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Wabash Blues
(Dave Ringle - Fred Meinken)
64847 - New York, NY - January 4, 1939 -
2251B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - I Come From A Musical Family vocal: Russ Morgan
(Dave Franklin)
64850 - New York, NY - January 4, 1939 -


2252A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - O Tahiti
()
DLA-1584 - Los Angeles, CA - November 25, 1938 -
2252B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Tupuha
()
DLA-1585 - Los Angeles, CA - November 25, 1938 -


2253A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Papoa
()
DLA-1586 - Los Angeles, CA - November 25, 1938 -
2253B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Tahiti Api
()
DLA-1589 - Los Angeles, CA - November 25, 1938 -


2254A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Hitrea
()
DLA-1445 - Los Angeles, CA - August 25, 1938 -
2254B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Tiare Tahiti
()
DLA-1448 - Los Angeles, CA - August 25, 1938 -


2255A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Tau Here
()
DLA-1628 - Los Angeles, CA - December 11, 1938 -
2255B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Manue
()
DLA-1629 - Los Angeles, CA - December 11, 1938 -


2256A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Taata Hu'a
(Augie Goupil)
DLA-1630 - Los Angeles, CA - December 11, 1938 -
2256B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - My Miri
(Augie Goupil)
DLA-1631 - Los Angeles, CA - December 11, 1938 -


2257A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Just A Kid Named Joe
(Jerry Livingston - Mack David)
DLA-1690 - Los Angeles, CA - December 19, 1938 -
2257B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - The Lonesome Road
(Nathaniel Shilkret - Gene Austin)
DLA-1635 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -


2258A Connie Boswell - The Umbrella Man
(Vincent Rose - Larry Stock - James Cavanaugh)
64878 - New York, NY - January 10, 1939 -
2258B Connie Boswell - They Say
(Paul Mann - Stephen Weiss - Edward Heyman)
64879 - New York, NY - January 10, 1939 -


2259A Connie Boswell with Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Thanks For Everthing
(Mack Gordon - Harry Revel) from: 20th century-fox production "Thanks for everything"
64877 - New York, NY - January 10, 1939 -
2259B Connie Boswell with Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Deep In A Dream
(Jimmy Van Heusen - Eddie De Lange)
64880 - New York, NY - January 10, 1939 -


2260A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I Cried For You
(Arthur Freed - Abe Lyman (C) - (L) Gus Arnheim)
64887 - New York, NY - January 12, 1939 -
2260B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Gardenias
(Harold Lawrence - Barry Niesen - Jay Milton)
64890 - New York, NY - January 12, 1939 -


2261A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Breeze
()
64695 - New York, NY - October 24, 1938 -
2261B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Sittin' Around An Dreamin'
()
64698 - New York, NY - October 25, 1938 - 3:07


2262A Will Osborne and His Orchestra - Where Has My Little Dog Gone?
(Al Feldman)
64788=A - New York, NY - December 7, 1938 -
2262B Will Osborne and His Orchestra - Down Home Rag
(Wilbur Sweatman - Roger Lewis)
63115 - New York, NY - December 22, 1937 -


2263A Bob Howard and His Orchestra - Sweet Emalina, My Gal
()
64345 - New York, NY - July 26, 1938 -
2263B Bob Howard and His Orchestra - On Revival Day
()
64349 - New York, NY - July 26, 1938 -


2264A Connie Boswell - You're The Only Star (In My Blue Heaven)
(Gene Autry)
64906=A - New York, NY - January 18, 1939 -
2264B Connie Boswell - When Christmas Is Gone
(Connie Boswell - Nat Schwartz)
64903=A - New York, NY - January 18, 1939 -


2265A Mary Martin with Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Listen To The Mocking Bird
()
64834 - New York, NY - December 22, 1938 -
2265B Mary Martin with Woody Herman and His Orchestra - The Maids Of Cadiz
()
64940 - New York, NY - January 24, 1939 -


2266A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Goodbye, My Lady Love
(Joseph E. Howard)
64866 - New York, NY - January 5, 1939 -
2266B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Eli Green's Cake Walk
(Sadie Koninsky)
64864 - New York, NY - January 5, 1939 -


2267A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Jeepers Creepers
(Harry Warren - Johnny Mercer) from: "Going Places"
64907 - January 18, 1939 -
2267B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - What Is This Thing Called Swing?
(Horace Gerlach - Louis Armstrong)
64908 - January 18, 1939 -


2268A Paul Whiteman Swing Strings - Japanese Sandman
(Richard A. Whiting - Raymond B. Egan)
64736 - New York, NY - November 15, 1938 -
2268B Paul Whiteman Swing Strings - Ragging The Scale
(Edgar Claypoole)
64737 BR82047- New York, NY - November 15, 1938 -


2269A Willie 'Lion' Smith (piano) - Passionette
(Willie Smith)
63141 - New York, NY - January 10, 1938 -
2269B Willie 'Lion' Smith (piano) - Morning Air
(Willie Smith)
63142 - New York, NY - January 10, 1938 -


2270A Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Aloha Tears
(Dick McIntire - Mary Rice)
DLA-1618A - Also Decca 25226 - Los Angeles, CA - December 8, 1938 -
2270B Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Muliwai Hula vocal: Danny Kuaana
(Jeenie Wood - Johnny Noble)
DLA-1619A - Also Decca 25168 - Los Angeles, CA - December 8, 1938 -


2271A Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii
(Cogswell - Harrison - Noble)
DLA-1620=A - Also Decca 25458 - Los Angeles, CA - December 8, 1938 -
2271B Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Holoku Parade
()
DLA-1621A - Also Decca 25458 - Los Angeles, CA - December 8, 1938 -


2272A Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - I've Gone Navtive (The Malihini Hula)
()
DLA-1622 - Los Angeles, CA - December 8, 1938 -
2272B Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - I Wonder Where My Hula Girl Has Gone
(Noble - Bluett - Donaldson)
DLA-1623 - Los Angeles, CA - December 8, 1938 -


2273A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - I Cried For You
(Arthur Freed - Abe Lyman (C) - (L) Gus Arnheim)
DLA-1634B - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -
2273B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Let's Tie The Old Forget-Me-Not
(Jay Gorney - Paul Francis Webster)
DLA-1692A - Los Angeles, CA - December 19, 1938 -


2274A Deanna Durbin with Orchestra direction by Charles Previn - Les Filles De Cadix (Maids of Cadiz)
(Leo Delibes) from: Universal picture "That Certain Age"
DLA-1695 - Los Angeles, CA - December 21, 1938 -
2274B Deanna Durbin and Orchestra direction by Charles Previn - My Own
(Harold Adamson - Jimmy McHugh) from: Universal picture "That Certain Age"
DLA-1696 - Los Angeles, CA - December 21, 1938 -


2275A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Diga Diga Do (part 1)
(Jimmy Mchugh - Dorothy Fields)
C-91538A - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 -
2275B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Diga Diga Do (part 2)
(Jimmy Mchugh - Dorothy Fields)
C-91539A - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 -


2276A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - My Melancholy Baby
(Ernie Burnett - George A. Norton)
64888 - New York, NY - January 12, 1939 -
2276B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Kermit The Hermit
(Bob Kahn - Nat Lewis - Mel Waters)
64889 - New York, NY - January 12, 1939 -


2277A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - But It Didn't Mean A Thing
(Jerry Livingston - Mack David)
64784 - New York, NY - September 12, 1938 -
2277B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - What Would People Say?
(Eliot Daniels - Jack Lawrence)
64644 - New York, NY - December 6, 1938 -


2278A Three Sharps and A Flat - I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You
(George Bassman - Ned Washington)
64900=A - New York, NY - January 18, 1939 - 2:56
2278B Three Sharps and A Flat - Skinny Do
(Turner - Bibbs )
64899=A - New York, NY - January 18, 1939 -


2279A Louis Prima New Orleans Gang - Exactly Like You
(Dorothy Fields - Jimmy Mchugh)
DLA-1638 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -
2279B Louis Prima New Orleans Gang - Now And Then
(Louis Prima - Stan Miller)
DLA-1640 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -


2280A Sol Hoopii Five - Twelfth Street Rag
(Bowman)
DLA-1668 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1938 -
2280B Sol Hoopii - Fascinatin' Rhythm
()
DLA-1666 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1938 -


2281A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Last Night A Miracle Happened
(Oscar Levant - Jack Lawrence)
64961 - New York, NY - January 27, 1939 -
2281B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Hoboken Bucket
(Glen Gray)
DLA-1411 - August 15, 1938 -


2282A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Skater's Waltz
(Emil Waldteufel)
64927 - New York, NY - January 23, 1939 -
2282B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Eye Opener
()
64933 - New York, NY - January 23, 1939 -


2283A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - I Go For That vocal: Four Modernaires
(Matty Malneck - Frank Loesser) from: Paramount picture "St. Louis blues"
64794=A - New York, NY - December 8, 1938 -
2283B Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Never Felt Better, Never Had Less
(Abel Baer - Cliff Hess)
64791=A - New York, NY - December 8, 1938 -


2284A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Blame It On My Last Affair vocal: Helen Humes
(Irving Mills - Henry Nemo)
64981=A - New York, NY - February 3, 1939 -
2284B Count Basie and His Orchestra - Blues I Like To Hear vocal: James Rushing
(Buster Smith)
64748=A - New York, NY - November 16, 1938 -


2285A Mills Brothers - Sweet Adeline
(Harry Armstrong - Richard Gerard)
64934 - New York, NY - January 24, 1939 -
2285B Mills Brothers - You Tell Me Your Dream And I'll Tell You Mine
(Charles Neil Daniels - Seymour Rice - Albert H. Brown)
64948 - New York, NY - January 25, 1939 -


2286A* Ink Spots - If I Didn't Care
(Jack Lawrence)
64891=A - Also 23632-A; Decca Set A-477-1 - New York, NY - January 12, 1939 - 3:02
2286B Ink Spots - Knock Kneed Sal
(Zilner Randolph)
64893=A - New York, NY - January 12, 1939 -


2287A Ray Kinney and His Orchestra - The Cockeyed Daughter
()
64966 - New York, NY - January 31, 1939 -
2287B Ray Kinney and His Orchestra - I Had To Lova And Leva On The Lava
( )
64968 - New York, NY - January 31, 1939 -


2288A Ray Kinney and His Orchestra - Kamaaina From Lahaina
(Don McDiarmid)
64964 - New York, NY - January 31, 1939 -
2288B Ray Kinney and His Orchestra - White Ginger Blossoms
(R. Alex Anderson)
64965 - New York, NY - January 31, 1939 -


2289A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - My Melancholy Baby
(George A. Norton - Ernie Burnett)
DLA-1633 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -
2289B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Between A Kiss And A Sigh
(Arthur Johnston - John Burke)
DLA-1689 - Los Angeles, CA - December 19, 1938 - 2:56


2290A Andrews Sisters with Bob Crosby's Bob Cats - Begin The Beguine
(Cole Porter) from: musical "Jubilee"
64988 - New York, NY - February 6, 1939 - 2:45
2290B Andrews Sisters with Bob Crosby's Bob Cats - Long Time No See
(Arthur Altman - James Cavanaugh)
64990=A - New York, NY - February 6, 1939 - 3:11


2291A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Penny Serenade
()
65014=A - New York, NY - February 14, 1939 - 2:53
2291B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - I Can't Find Anything To Suit My Mood
()
64807 - New York, NY - December 13, 1938 -


2292A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Could Be vocal: Pee Wee Hunt
(Johnny Mercer - Walter Donaldson)
65012=B - New York, NY - February 13, 1939 -
2292B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - I Won't Believe It vocal: Clyde Burke
(Martin Block - Victor Selsman - J. Russel Robinson)
65013=B - New York, NY - February 13, 1939 -


2293A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Let's Stop The Clock
()
65001 - New York, NY - February 10, 1939 -
2293B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - The Masquerade Is Over
()
65002 - New York, NY - February 10, 1939 -


2294A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Good For Nothin' (But Love) vocal: Bob Eberly
(Eddie De Lange - James 'Jimmy" Van Heusen)
65003 - New York, NY - February 10, 1939 -
2294B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Romance Runs In The Family vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Al Hoffman - Al Goodhart - Manny Kurtz)
65005 - New York, NY - February 10, 1939 -


2295A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Deep Purple
()
65004 - New York, NY - February 10, 1939 -
2295B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Fate
()
65006 - New York, NY - February 10, 1939 -


2296A Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - Kathleen Mavourneen
(F. Nicholls Crouch - Barry Crawford)
64913 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - January 20, 1939 -
2296B Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - A Handful Of Earth From My Mother's Grave
(Joseph Murphy)
64986 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - February 6, 1939 -


2297A Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
(Thomas P. Westendorf)
64914 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - January 20, 1939 -
2297B Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - A Little Town In Ould County Down
(Monte Carlo (c)/Alma M. Sanders (C) - (L) Ricahrd W. Pasco)
64975 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - February 1, 1939 -E


2298A Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - The Rose Of Tralee
(Charles W. Glover)
64915 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - January 20, 1939 -
2298B Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - The Low Back'd Car / The Kerry Dance
(Samuel Lover - James L. Molloy)
64974 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - February 1, 1939 -


2299 Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young Charms
(Thomas Moore)
64977 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - February 1, 1939 -
2299B Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - Where The River Shannon Flows
(James I. Russell)
64916- Also Decca set A-36 - January 20, 1939 -










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2300A Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - Harp That Once Thro' Tara's Halls
(Thomas Moore (author)/(arranger) Michael William Balfe)
64976 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - February 1, 1939 -
2300B Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - Killarney
(Michael William Balfe (C) - (L) Edmund Falconer)
64987 - Also Decca set A-36 - New York, NY - February 6, 1939 -


2301A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes vocal: Ray Morton
(Jerome Kern - Otto Harbach)
64924- Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -
2301B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - I Get A Kick Out Of You vocal: Ray Morton
(Cole Porter)
64917 - DE23617 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 - (Cafe SocietyTune)


2302A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Night And Day
(Cole Porter)
64925 - Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -
2302B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Just One Of Those Things
(Cole Porter)
64922 - Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -


2303A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Love For Sale vocal: Adel Moffett
(Cole Porter) from: musical "New Yorkers"
64919=C - Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -
2303B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - By Myself vocal: Ruby Newman
(Arthur Schwartz - Howard Dietz) from: musical "Between the devil"
64926=A - Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -


2304A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - I'll See You Again vocal: Ray Morton
(Noel Coward) from: musical "Bitter Sweet"
64918 - Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -
2304B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Who? vocal: Adelaide Moffett
(Jerome Kern) from: musical "Sunny"
64923 - Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -



2305A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - I'm Just Wild About Harry vocal: Adelaide Moffett
(Noble Sissle - Eubie Blake) from: musical "Shuffle Along"
64921 - Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -
2305B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Downtown Strutter's Ball vocal: Donald King
(Shelton Brooks)
64920 - Also Decca set A-37 - New York, NY - January 21, 1939 -


2306A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Little Sir Echo vocal: Carmen Lombardo
(Laura Rountree Smith - John Sylvester Fearis - Adel Girard - Joe Marsala)
65018 - New York, NY - February 14, 1939 -
2306B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - I Can't Get You Out Of My Mind vocal: Carmen Lombardo
(Vic Mizzy - Irving Taylor)
65020 - New York, NY - February 14, 1939 -


2307A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - I Promise You vocal: Clyde Burke
(Sammy Lerner - Ben Oakland - Alice Faye)
65036 - New York, NY - February 17, 1939 -
2307B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Goota Get Some Shut Eye vocal: Pee Wee Hunt
(Walter Donaldson - Johnny Mercer)
65038 - New York, NY - February 17, 1939 -


2308A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - This Night (Will be My Souvenir) vocal: Clyde Burke
(Harry Warren - Gus Kahn) from: "Honolulu"
65015=A - New York, NY - February 13, 1939 -
2308B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Honolulu vocal: Pee Wee Hunt
(Harry Warren - Gus Kahn) from: "Honolulu"
65017=A - New York, NY - February 13, 1939 -


2309A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - My Heart Belongs To Daddy vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
(Cole Porter) from: musical "Leave It To Me"
65043=A - New York, NY - February 17, 1939 -
2309B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - It's Foxy vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
(Walter Bishop - Chick Webb)
64575=A - New York, NY - October 6, 1938 -


2310A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - It Tain't What You Do (It's The Way that Cha Do It) vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
(Sy Oliver - James Trummy Young)
65040=A - BMI Work #11811825 - New York, NY - February 17, 1939 - 3:02 -
2310B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - I Can't Stop Loving You vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
(Chick Webb - Clyde Jones)
64461=A - New York, NY - August 17, 1938 -


2311A Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians - Jalousie
(Jacob Gade - Vera Bloom)
71803=AA -
2311B Fred Waring and His Concert Vochestra - Holiday For Strings
(David Rose)
71762=A -


2311A Will Osborne and His Orchestra - It Took A Million Years vocal: Lynn Davis
(Larry Clinton - William Wolfe)
65025 - New York, NY - February 15, 1939 -
2311B Will Osborne and His Orchestra - Have A Heart vocal: Lynn Davis
(Mickey Rooney - Sidney Miller)
65024 - New York, NY - February 15, 1939 -


2312A Joe Venuti and His Orchestra - Something
(Joe Venuti - Clark Galehouse)
6 4951=A - New York, NY - January 25, 1939 -
2312B Joe Venuti and His Orchestra - Nothing
(Joe Venuti - Clark Galehouse)
64953=A - New York, NY - January 25, 1939 -


2313A Joe Venuti and His Orchestra - Flop
(Joe Venuti)
64952=A - New York, NY - January 25, 1939 -
2313B Joe Venuti and His Orchestra - Flip
(Joe Venuti)
64950 - New York, NY - January 25, 1939 -


2314A Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians - Ukelele Lady
(Richard A Whiting - Gus Kahn)
DLA-1643=A - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -
2314B Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians - It Happened On The Island Of Hawaii
()
DLA-1644 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -


2315A Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra - Ah Sweet Mystery Of Life
(Victor Herbert - Rida Johnson Young) from: operetta "Naughty Marietta"
DLA-1606 - Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 2, 1938 -
2315B Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra - Sweethearts
(Victor Herbert - Harry B. Smith) from: operetta "Sweethearts"
DLA-1607 - Also Decca set A-38vDecember 2, 1938 -


2316A Bing Crosby and Frances Langford - I'm Falling In Love With Love
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1625 - Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 9, 1938 -
2316B Bing Crosby and Frances Langford - Gypsy Love Song
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1624 - Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 9, 1938 -


2317A Florence George with Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra with Max Terr's Choristers - Italian Street Song
(Victor Herbert - Rida Johnson Young) from: operetta "Naughty Marietta"
DLA-1683 - Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 17, 1938 -
2317B Victor Young's Orchestra - Selection From The Fortune Teller (Opening Ensemble; Lily and The Nightingale; Romany Life
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1652 - Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -


2318A Victor Young's Orchestra - Toyland vocal: Rudy Vallee
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1693- Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 19, 1938 -
2318B Victor Young's Orchestra - March Of The Toys
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1648- Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -


2319A Victor Young's Orchestra - Indian Summer
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1647- Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -
2319B Victor Young's Orchestra - Yesterthoughts
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1649- Also Decca set A-38 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -


2320A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - We'll Never Know
()
65019 - February 14, 1939 -
2320B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - It's Never Too Late
()
65022 - February 14, 1939 -


2321A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Heaven Can Wait vocal: Clyde Burke
(Jimmy Van Heusen - Eddie De Lange)
65037=A - New York, NY - February 17, 1939 -
2321B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Sunrise Serenade
(Frankie Carle - Jack Lawrence)
65035=B - New York, NY - February 17, 1939 -


2322A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - I Get Along Without You Very Well vocal: Bob Eberly
(Hoagy Carmichael)
65051 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -
2322B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - It's Anybody's Moon vocal: Bob Eberly
(Jimmy Dorsey - Eddie De Lange - Jack Lathrop)
65052 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -


2323A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Undecided vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
ASCAP: 510003604 - ISWC: T0711918341
(Charlie Shavers - Sydney "Sid" Robin)
65039 - New York, NY - February 17, 1939 -
2323B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - In The Groove At The Grove
(Chick Webb)
65041 - New York, NY - February 17, 1939 -


2324A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Linger Awhile
(Owens-Rose - Confrey)
64849 - January 4, 1939 -
2324B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Slipping Through My Fingers
()
64865 - January 9, 1939 -


2325A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Thursday vocal: Helen Hume
(Louis Haber - Dorothy Sachs - Irvin Graham) from: "Blackbirds 0f 1939"
64983 - February 3, 1939 -
2325B Count Basie and His Orchestra - Shorty George
(Count Basie)
64747 - November 16, 1938 - 2:46


2326A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Honey
(Seymour Simons - Haven Gillespie - Richard A. Whiting)
64777 - New York, NY - December 5, 1938 - 2:48
2326B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Mary's Idea
(Mary Lou Williams)
64783 - New York, NY - December 65, 1938 -


2327A Roy Smeck and His Orchestra - Red Skies In The Night
()
65049 - February 21, 1939 -
2327B Roy Smeck and His Orchestra - I Promise You
()
65048 - February 21, 1939 -


2328A Sister Rosetta Tharpe - I Looked Down The Line
(Not Given)
64883=A - January 10, 1939 -
2328B Sister Rosetta Tharpe - God Don't Like It
(Not Given)
64884 - January 10, 1939 - 2:22


2329A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Rainbow Valley vocal: Carmen Lombardo
(Joseph A. "Joe" Burke - Edgar Leslie)
65021 - New York, NY - February 14, 1939 -
2329B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Among Those Sailing vocal: Carmen Lombardo
(Nat Simon - Al Stillman - Roy Newell)
65023 - New York, NY - February 14, 1939 -


2330A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - In A Monment Of Weakness
()
65073=A - New York, NY - February 26, 1939 -
2330B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - I'm Happy About The Whole Thing
()
65074=A - New York, NY - February 26, 1939 -


2331A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - It's All So New To Me vocal: Carlotta Dale
(Bernice Petkere - Marty Symes) from: MGM picture "Ice Follies of 1939"
65072 - New York, NY - February 26, 1939 -
2331B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - There's A Hole In The Old Oaken Bucket vocal: Bon Bon
(Al De Long - Jack Stern)
65071 - New York, NY - February 26, 1939 -


2332A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - It's All Yours vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Arthur Schwartz - Dorothy Fields) from: musical "Stars in your eyes"
65053 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -
2332B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - This Is It vocal: Bob Eberly
(Arthur Schwartz - Dorothy Fields) from: musical "Stars in your eyes"
65054 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -


2333A Merry Macs - Ta-Hu-Wa Hu-Wai (Hawaiian war chant)
(Johnny Noble)
65062 - New York, NY - February 24, 1939 -
2333B Merry Macs - Chopsticks
(Jack Lawrence - Elliot Daniels)
65061 - New York, NY - February 24, 1939 -


2334A Merry Macs - Cockoo In The Clock
(Johnny Mercer - Walter Donaldson)
65059 - New York, NY - February 24, 1939 -
2334B Merry Macs - Patty Cake, Patty Cake
(Andy Razaf - J. C. Johnson - Fats Waller)
65060=B - New York, NY - February 24, 1939 -


2335A Will Osborne and His Orchestra - The Moon Is A Silver Dollar
(Sammy Fain - Mitchell Parish)
65027 - New York, NY - February 15, 1939 -
2335B Will Osborne and His Orchestra - Sing, My Heart vocal: Lynn Davis
(Harold Arlen - Ted Koehler)
65026=A - New York, NY - February 15, 1939 -


2336A Milt Herth Trio - Annabelle Milt Herth-organ; Frank Froeba-piano; O'Neil Spencer-drums; vocal: Terry Shand
(Wayne King - Burke Bivens - Mitchell Parish)
65089 - New York, NY - March 1, 1939 -
2336B Milt Herth Trio - Whistler And His Dog Milt Herth-organ; Frank Froeba-piano; O'Neil Spencer-drums
(Arthur Pryor)
65090 - New York, NY - March 1, 1939 -


2337B Floyd Ray and His Orchestra - Three O'Clock In The Morning
(Julian Robledo - Dorothy Terriss)
65055 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -
2337B Floyd Ray and His Orchestra - Comin' On With The Blues vocal: Ivy Glascoe
(Floyd Ray)
65056 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -


2338A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Swing, Big Ben
(Bob Dale (C) - (L) Art Strauss)
CE-8858 - London, UK - January 11, 1938 -
2338B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Cuban Swing Rumba
(Jose Carletto/de Paula Bana)
CE-8859 - London, UK - January 11, 1938 -


2339A Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Memphis Blues
(William Christopher Handy (C) - (L) George A. Norton)
CE-8086=1 - January 30, 1937 -
2339B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Limehouse Blues
(Douglas Furber - Philip Braham)
CE-8087=1 - January 30, 1937 -


2340A Oxford Ensemble - Minuet In A From Sonata A Quattro For Strings
(Giuseppe Tartini)
64802- Also Decca set A-39 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -
2340B Oxford Ensemble - Minuet From Symphony No.1 In G
(Valensin)
64798- Also Decca set A-39 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -


2341A Oxford Ensemble - Minuet In F
(Joseph Haydn)
64800 - Also Decca set A-39 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -
2341B Oxford Ensemble - Celebrated Minuet In A Major (from String quintet in E major, op. 13, no. 6)
( Luigi Boccherini)
64801 - Also Decca set A-39 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -


2342A The Oxford Ensemble - Minuet In A Major (Quartet for Flute and Strings K.298)
(Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
64796 - Also Decca set A-39-5 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -
2342B Oxford Ensemble - Minuet In D (Divertmento No. 17 K.334)
(Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)
64795 - Also Decca set A-39-5 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -


2343A Oxford Ensemble - Minuet In G
(Ludwig van Beethoven)
64799 - Also Decca set A-39 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -
2343B Oxford Ensemble - Minuet: L'arlesienne Suite No.2
(Georges Bizet)
64797 - Also Decca set A-39 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -


2344A Oxford Ensemble - Minuet In B
(Giovanni Bolzoni)
64804 - Also Decca set A-39 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -
2344B Oxford Ensemble - Minuet In G Major
(Ignacy Jan Paderewski)
64803 - Also Decca set A-39 - New York, NY - December 12, 1938 -


2345A Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Easter Parade vocal: Carmen Lombardo
ASCAP: 350004023 - ISWC: T0700490727
(Irving Berlin) from: "As Thousands Cheer"
65213=A - Also Decca set A-255-9 - New York, NY - March 7, 1939 -
2345B Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - My Best Girl vocal: Carmen Lombardo; Larry Owen; Fred Higman
ASCAP: 430109303 - ISWC: T0701106457
(Walter Donaldson)
65212=AA - Also Decca set A-255-10 - New York, NY - March 7, 1939 -


2346A Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Nani Wale Na Hala
(J. Kahinu)
64814 - Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - December 15, 1938 -
2346B Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Mai Poina Oe L'au
()
64815 - Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - December 15, 1938 -


2347A Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Wahine U'i
()
64816- Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - December 15, 1938 -
2347B Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Mi Nei
()
64897- Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - January 13, 1939 -


2348A Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Hapa Haole Hula Girl
()
64817- Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - December 15, 1938 -
2348B Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Pili Me Oe
()
64969- Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - January 31, 1939 -


2349A Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Ke Kali Nei Au - Waiting For Thee
(Charles King)
64895- Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - January 13, 1939 -
2349B Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Haulalai
()
64898- Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - January 13, 1939 -


2350A Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Kuu Ipo Pua Rose vocal: George Kainapau
(Johnny Almeida)
64894- Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - January 13, 1939 -
2350B Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Makala Pua
(Ray Kinney)
64967- Also Decca set A-40 - New York, NY - January 31, 1939 -


2351A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - We've Come A Long Way Together
()
65209 - New York, NY - March 7, 1939 -
2351B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Glorianna
()
65210 - New York, NY - March 7, 1939 -


2352A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Our Love vocal: Bob Eberly
(Larry Clinton - Buddy Bernier - Bob Emmerich) based on Tchaikovsky's "Romeo and Juliet"
65098 - New York, NY - March 3, 1939 -
2352B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - All Of Me vocal: Helen O'Conner
(Seymour Simons - Gerald Marks)
65099 - New York, NY - March 3, 1939 - 3:10


2353A Bobby Breen and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Blue Italian Waters
()
DLA-1711 - Los Angeles, CA - February 18, 1939 -
2353B Bobby Breen and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Fisherman's Chantie
()
DLA-1712 - Los Angeles, CA - February 18, 1939 -


2354A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Penny Serenade
(Mellie Weersman - Hal Hallifax)
65217=A - New York, NY - March 8, 1939 -
2354B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I Promise You
(Sammy Lerner - Ben Oakland - Alice Faye)
65216=A - New York, NY - March 8, 1939 -


2355A Count Basie (piano) - Boogie Woogie Fox Trot
(Pinttop Smith)
64735=A - Album 15210 Sides 1 - New York, NY - November 9, 1938 - 3:01
2355B Count Basie (piano) - How Long, How Long Blues
(Leroy Carr)
64731 - New York, NY - November 9, 1938 -


2356A Bob Howard and His Orchestra - Bundle Of Love
()
62040 - New York, NY - March 12, 1937 -
2356B Bob Howard and His Orchestra - I Can Tell By Looking In Your Eyes
()
64226 - New York, NY - June 27, 1938 -


2357A Paradise Island Trio - Good Night Sweetheart
()
DLA-1609 - December 3, 1938 -
2357B Paradise Island Trio - Song Of Love
()
DLA-1617 - December 3, 1938 -


2358A Roy Smeck and His Orchestra - Heaven Can Wait
()
65047 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -
2358B Roy Smeck and His Orchestra - I Won't Believe It
()
65050 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -


2359A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - East Side of Heaven
(John Francis "Johnny" Burke - James V. Monaco) from: Universal picture "East Side of Heaven"
DLA-1718 - Los Angeles, CA - March 10, 1939 -
2359B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Sing A Song Of Sunbeams
(John Francis "Johnny" Burke - James V. Monaco) from: Universal picture "East Side of Heaven"
DLA-1721 - Los Angeles, CA - March 10, 1939 -


2360A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - That Sly Old Gentleman
(John Francis "Johnny" Burke - James V. Monaco) from: Universal picture "East Side of Heaven"
DLA-1720 - Los Angeles, CA - March 10, 1939 -
2360B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Hang Your Heart On A Hickory Limb
(John Francis "Johnny" Burke - James V. Monaco) from: Universal picture "East Side of Heaven"
DLA-1719 - Los Angeles, CA - March 10, 1939 -


2361A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - East Side of Heaven
(John Francis "Johnny" Burke - James V. Monaco) from: Universal picture "East Side of Heaven"
65192 - New York, NY - March 17, 1939 -
2361B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - That Sly Old Gentleman
(John Francis "Johnny" Burke - James V. Monaco) from: Universal picture "East Side of Heaven"
65193 - New York, NY - March 17, 1939 -


2362A Mary Martin with Ray Sinatra - Deep Purple
()
65195 - New York, NY - March 20, 1939 -
2362B Mary Martin with Woody Herman - Who'll Buy My Violets
()
64833 - New York, NY - December 22, 1938 -


2363A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - You're So Desirable vocal: Bob Eberly
(Ray Noble)
65200 - New York, NY - March 3, 1939 -
2363B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Arkansas Traveler
(Jimmy Dorsey)
63792 - New York, NY - May 16, 1938 -


2364A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I'm Building A Sailboat Of Dreams
()
65219 - New York, NY - March 8, 1939 -
2364B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I'm A Lucky Devil
()
65218 - New York, NY - March 8, 1939 -


2365A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Class Will Tell vocal: Perry Como
(Joseph A. "Joe" Burke - Edgar Leslie)
65168 - New York, NY - March 11, 1939 -
2365B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Ad-De-Day (the song of the Cuban money divers) vocal: Perry Como
(Herman Hupfeld)
65162=A - New York, NY - March 10, 1939 -


2366A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - The Young 'Ins Of The Martins And The Coys vocal: Elmo Tanner
ASCAP: 430034607 - ISWC: T0701085586
(Alan "Al" Cameron - Ted Weems)
65165=A - New York, NY - March 10, 1939 -
2366B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - I Love To Ride On A Choo Choo Train vocal: Elmo Tanner
ASCAP: 390042096 - ISWC: T0709036032
(Abel Baer - Cliff Hess)
65167=A - New York, NY - March 11, 1939 -


2367A John Kirby and Onyx Club Boys - Pastel Blue
ASCAP: 880025417 - ISWC: T9134329547
(Charles Shavers - Artie Shaw)
64710 - New York, NY - October 28, 1938 -
2367B John Kirby and Onyx Club Boys - Rehearsin' For A Nervous Breakdown
ASCAP: 480016266 - ISWC: T0710693701
(Charles Shavers)
64708=A - New York, NY - October 28, 1938 -


2368A Ray Kinney and His Orchestra - It's Time To Say Aloha
()
64818 - New York, NY - December 15, 1938 -
2368B Ray Kinney and His Orchestra - Hula Lullaby
()
64896 - New York, NY - January 13, 1939 -


2369A Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Snowshoes / Riding The Troika
()
64808 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 14, 1938 -
2369B Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Flax / Sparkling Wine
()
64831 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 21, 1938 -


2370A Nayara - Stars
()
64812 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 14, 1938 -
2370B Nayara and Michael Dido - Courage
()
64828 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 21, 1938 -


2371A Nicolas Matthey Gypsy Orchestra - Little Bricks / A Glass Of Vodka
()
64809 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 14, 1938 -
2371B Stephen Stepovskin - Baikal
()
64810 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 14, 1938 - S Slepouskin (baritone)


2372A Nastia Polyakova - Gypsy Reminiscence
()
64811 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 14, 1938 -
2372B Nastia Polyakova - You Never Loved Me
()
64829 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 21, 1938 -


2373A Nicolas Kovae (domra solo) - Gypsy Memories: Cossack Revels
()
64813 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 14, 1938 -
2373B George Yurka - Autumn Wind / Samarkand
()
64830 - Also Decca set A-42 - New York, NY - December 21, 1938 -


2374A Bing Crosby with Matty Malneck and His Orchestra - Deep Purple
(Peter De Rose - Mitchell Parish)
DLA-1733 - Also on 25285-A; Also Decca set A-181 - Los Angeles, CA - March 22, 1939 - 3:10
2374B Bing Crosby with Matty Malneck and His Orchestra - Star Dust
(Hoagy Carmichael - Mitchell Parich)
DLA-1734 - Also on 25285-A; Also Decca set A-181 - Los Angeles, CA - March 22, 1939 - 2:44


2375A Tony Martin - Begin The Beguine
(Cole Porter)
65177=B - Also Decca set A-272 - March 14, 1939 -
2375B Tony Martin - September Song
(Kurt Weill - Maxwell Anderson)
65178=A - Also Decca set A-272 - March 14, 1939 -


2376A Frances Langford with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - This Is It
(Arthur Schwartz - Dorothy Fields) from: musical "Stars in your eyes"
DLA-1729 - Los Angeles, CA - March 16, 1939 -
2376B Frances Langford with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - It's All Yours
(Arthur Schwartz - Dorothy Fields) from: musical "Stars in your eyes"
DLA-1730 - Los Angeles, CA - March 16, 1939 -


2377A Mary Martin with orchestra directed by Ray Sinatra - Our Love
(Clinton - Bernier - Emmerich) based on Tchaikovsky's "Romeo and Juliet"
65194 - New York, NY - March 20, 1939 -
2377B Mary Martin with Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Bacio (Kiss)
(Luigi Arditi)
64941=A;B - New York, NY - January 24, 1939 -


2378A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - The Masquerade Is Over
()
65196 - March 17, 1939 -
2378B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - To live The Life Of A Lie
()
65197 - March 17, 1939 -


2379A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Song Of The Wanderer (Where Shall I Go?)
(Neil Moret)
64931 - January 23, 1939 -
2379B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Stomp Off, Let's Go
(Elmer Schoebel)
64928 - January 23, 1939 -


2380A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - The Chestnut Tree vocal: Elmo Tanner
(Jimmy Kennedy - Tommy Connor - Hamilton Kennedy)
65169=A - New York, NY - March 11, 1939 -
2380B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - The Ghost Of Piccolo Pete
(Phil Baxter)
65166=A - New York, NY - March 10, 1939 -


2381A Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - How Strange vocal: Twin Fours
(Earl Brent - Herbert Stothart) from the MGM picture Idiot's delight"
65248 - March 9, 1939 -
2381B Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - For Every Lonely Heart vocal: Twin Fours
(Edward Ward - Herbert Stothart - Gus Kahn) from: MGM picture "Broadway serenade"
DLA-1713 - Los Angeles, CA - March 9, 1939 -


2382A Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - Lovely Debutante
()
DLA-1716 - Los Angeles, CA - March 9, 1939 -
2382B Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - A Gypsy's Love Is Like A Melody
()
DLA-1717 - Los Angeles, CA - March 9, 1939 -


2383A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - You Set Me On Fire
(Frances Colwell - George MacKinnon)
65188 - New York, NY - March 16, 1939 -
2383B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Julius Caesar
( Dick Rogers - Will Osborne)
64780 - New York, NY - December 5, 1938 -


2384A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Beer Barrel Polka
()
65283- Also Decca set A-215 - New York, NY - March 26, 1939 -
2384B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - New Okey Dokey Polka
()
65286- Also Decca set A-215 - New York, NY - March 26, 1939 -


2385A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Little Sir Echo
(Laura Rountree Smith - John Sylvester Fearis - Adele Girard - Joe Marsala)
DLA-1743 - Los Angeles, CA - March 31, 1939 -
2385B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra and The Foursome - Poor Old Rover
(Ray Johnson - Del Porter)
DLA-1723 - Los Angeles, CA - March 15, 1939 -


2386A Frances Langford with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - Tears From My Inkwell
(Harry Warren - Mort Dixon)
DLA-1731 - Los Angeles, CA - March 16, 1939 -
2386B Frances Langford with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - A Fool For Love
(Park Avenue Boys - Vernie Officer)
DLA-1732 - Los Angeles, CA - March 16, 1939 -


2387A Dick Powell with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - Mr And Mre America
()
DLA-1736 - Los Angeles, CA - March 24, 1939 -
2387B Dick Powell with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - In A Monment Of Weakness
()
DLA-1737 - Los Angeles, CA - March 24, 1939 -


2388A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - You Grow Sweeter As The Years Go By vocal: Kenny Sargent
(Johnny Mercer)
65263 - New York, NY - March 24, 1939 -
2388B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Tears From My Inkwell vocal: Kenny Sargent
(Harry Warren - Mort Dixon)
65265 - New York, NY - March 24, 1939 -


2389A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Crew-Crew-Crew (your bubble gum)
(Ella Fitzgerald - Chick Webb - Buck Ram)
65097 - New York, NY - March 2, 1939 -
2389B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - It's Slumbertime Along The Swanee
(Peter Tinturin - Tony Sacco)
65095 - New York, NY - March 2, 1939 -


2390A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - And The Angels Sing vocal" Bon Bon
(Johnny Mercer - Ziggie Elman)
65320=B - New York, NY - April 1, 1939 -
2390B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Snug As A Bug In A Rug vocal" Bon Bon
(Frank Loesser - Matty Malneck) from: Paramount picture "Gracie Allen Murder Case"
65321=A - New York, NY - April 1, 1939 -


2391A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Little Sir Echo
(Laura Rountree Smith - John Sylvester Fearis - Adele Girard - Joe Marsala)
65318=A - New York, NY - April 1, 1939 -
2391B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - I Want My Share Of Love
(Sammy Cahn - Saul Chaplin)
65319=A - New York, NY - April 1, 1939 -


2392A Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - A New Moon And An Old Serenade
()
DLA-1714 - Los Angeles, CA - March 9, 1939 -
2392B Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - I'd Like To Fall In Love Again
()
DLA-1715 - Los Angeles, CA - March 9, 1939 -


2393A Plehal Brothers (harmonica) - Beer Barrel Polka
()
65275 - New York, NY - March 20, 1939 -
2393B Plehal Brothers (harmonica) - Muziky, Muziky - Polka
()
65278 - New York, NY - March 20, 1939 -


2394A Casa Loma Orchestra - Washboard Blues
(Hoagy Carmichael - Fred Callahan)
65063=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - February 25, 1939 -
2394B Casa Loma Orchestra - Little Old Lady
(Hoagy Carmichael - Stanley Adams)
65064=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - February 25, 1939 -


2395A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Rockin' Chair vocal: Louis Armstrong; Pee Wee Hunt; Murray McEachern on saxophone
(Hoagy Carmichael)
65045=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - February 20, 1939 -
2395B Louis Armstrong and Casa Loma Orchestra - Lazy Bones vocal: Lous Armstrong; Pee Wee Hunt; Grady Watts
(Hoagy Carmichael - Johnny Mercer)
65046=A - New York, NY - Also Decca set A-43 - February 20, 1939 -


2396A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Star Dust
(Hoagy Carmichael - Mitchell Parish)
65180=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - March 15, 1939 -
2396B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - One Morning In May vocal: Kenny Sargent
(Hoagy Carmichael - Mitchell Parish)
65181=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - March 15, 1939 -


2397A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Moon Country vocal: Hoagy Carmichael
(Hoagy Carmichael - Johnny Mercer)
65066=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - February 25, 1939 -
2397B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Lazy River
(Hoagy Carmichael - Sidney Arodin)
65065=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - February 25, 1939 -


2398A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - In The Still Of The Night
(Hoagy Carmichael - Jo Tent)
65182=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - March 15, 1939 -
2398B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Riverboat Shuffle
(Hoagy Carmichael - D. Voynov - Irving Mills)
64962=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - January 27, 1939 -


2399A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Georgia On My Mind
(Hoagy Carmichael - Stuart Gorrell)
65183=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - March 15, 1939 -
2399B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Boneyard Shuffle
(Hoagy Carmichael - Irving Mills)
64963=A - Also Decca set A-43 - New York, NY - January 27, 1939 -










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2400A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra and Max Terr's Mixed Chorus - God Bless America
(Irving Berlin)
DLA-1739=A - Los Angeles, CA - March 27, 1939 -
2400B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra and Max Terr's Mixed Chorus - Star Spangled Banner
(Francis Scott Key)
DLA-1740 - Los Angeles, CA - March 27, 1939 -


2401A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - If I Didn't Care
(Jack Lawrence)
C-91690 - Chicago, Il - March 30, 1939 -
2401B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - At A Little Hot Dog Stand vocal: Marion Mann; Bob Crosby
(Sam Coslow - Larry Spier)
C-91689 - Chicago, Il - March 30, 1939 -


2402A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Don't Worry 'bout Me vocal: Marion Mann
(Rube Bloom - Ted Koehler)
C-91683 - Chicago, Il - March 29, 1939 -
2402B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - What Goes Up Must Come Down
(Rube Bloom - Ted Koehler)
C-91687 - Chicago, Il - March 30, 1939 -


2403A Connie Boswell with the Lyn Murray Singers - Silver Threads Among The Gold
(Hart P. Danks - Eben E. Rexford)
64905 - New York, NY - January 18, 1939 -
2403B Connie Boswell with the Lyn Murray Singers - Memory Lane
(Buddy Gard DeSylva - Larry Spier - Con Conrad)
64904 - New York, NY - January 18, 1939 -


2404A Merry Macs - A-Ruble A-Rumba
()
65322 - New York, NY - March 31, 1939 -
2404B Merry Macs - La Paloma
()
65325=B - New York, NY - March 31, 1939 -


2405A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Save It, Pretty Mama
(Donald Redmond)
65345 - New York, NY - April 5, 1939 -
2405B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Hear Me Talkin' To Ya
(Louis Armstrong - Donald Redmond)
65344 - New York, NY - April 5, 1939 -


2406A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Cherokee (part 1)
(Ray Noble)
64979=A - New York, NY - February 2, 1939 -
2406B Count Basie and His Orchestra - Cherokee (part 2)
(Ray Noble)
64780=A - New York, NY - February 2, 1939 -


2407A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - I'll Never Fail You
(Mizzy - Taylor)
()
65251 - New York, NY - March 23, 1939 -
2407B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Close To Five
(Williams)
()
65190 - New York, NY - March 16, 1939 -


2408A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Poor Pinocchio's Nose vocal: Elmo Tanner
(Alfred Newman - Arthur Quenzer)
65163=A - New York, NY - March 10, 1939 -
2408B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Gambler's Blues drum solo: Orm Downes
(Ted Weems)
65164=A - New York, NY - March 10, 1939 -


2409A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Sugar Loaf Waltz
(Stan Fritts)
64499=A - New York, NY - September 2, 1938 -
2409B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Winona-Waltz
(Freddie Fisher)
64498=A - New York, NY - September 2, 1938 -


2410A Pat Harrington - Irish Songs: Dear Old Donegal
()
65170 - Also Decca set A-44 - New York, NY - March 14, 1939 - Notes
2410B Pat Harrington - Paddy McGinty's Coat
()
65174 - Also Decca set A-44 - New York, NY - March 14, 1939 -


2411A Pat Harrington-Irish "Come-all-ye" with Orchestra - Tread On The Tail Of Me Coat
(Pat Harrington)
65171 - Also Decca set A-44 - New York, NY - March 14, 1939 -
2411B Pat Harrington-Irish "Come-all-ye" with Orchestra - Irish Jubilee
(Charles Lawlor)
65175 - Also Decca set A-44 - New York, NY - March 14, 1939 -


2412A Pat Harrington - McSorley's Two Beautiful Twins
()
65173 - Also Decca set A-44 - New York, NY - March 14, 1939 -
2412B Pat Harrington - Finnegan's BAIL
()
65172 - Also Decca set A-44 - New York, NY - March 14, 1939 -


2413A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra - And The Angels Sing
(Ziggy Elman - Johnny Mercer)
DLA-1758 - Los Angeles, CA - April 5, 1939 -
2413B Bing Crosby with the Music Maids and John Scott Trotter - S'Posin'
(Paul Denniker - Andy Razaf)
DLA-1754 - Los Angeles, CA - April 3, 1939 -


2414A Andrews Sisters - You Don't Know How Much You Can Suffer
(Dave Franklin - Cliff Friend)
65326=B - New York, NY - March 31, 1939 -
2414B Andrews Sisters - Rock, Rock, Rock-A-Bye Baby
(Sid Robins - Patty Andrews)
65327 - New York, NY - March 31, 1939 -


2415A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Strange Enchantment
(Frank Loesser - Frederick Hollander) from: Paramount picture "Man About Town"
C-91686 - Chicago, Il - March 29, 1939 -
2415B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - That Sentimental Sandwich vocal: Marion Mann
(Frank Loesser - Frederick Hollander) from: Paramount picture "Man About Town"
C-91688 - Chicago, Il - March 30, 1939 -


2416A Bob Crosby's Bob Cats - Hang Your Heart On A Hickory Limb vocal: Marion Mann
(James V. Monaco - John Francis "Johnny" Burke) from: "East Side of Heaven"
C-91697 - Chicago, Il - April 7, 1939 -
2416B Bob Crosby's Bob Cats - Sing A Song Of Sunbeams vocal: Marion Mann
(James V. Monaco - John Francis "Johnny" Burke)from: "East Side of Heaven"
C-91698 - Chicago, Il - April 7, 1939 -


2417A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Three Little Fishies vocal: Four Modernaires
(Saxie Dowell)
65366A - New York, NY - April 8, 1939 -
2417B Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Now And Then vocal: Four Modernaires
(Fourlamians)
65369A - New York, NY - April 8, 1939 -


2418A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Step Up And Shank My Hand
()
65368 - New York, NY - April 8, 1939 -
2418B Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Hooray For Spinach
()
65367 - New York, NY - April 8, 1939 -


2419A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Little Skipper
(Nick and Charles Kenney)
65396=A - New York, NY - April 14, 1939 -
2419B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - It Makes No Difference Now
(Jimmie Davis - Floyd Tillman)
65397=A - New York, NY - April 14, 1939 -


2420A Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians - Song Of The Sea
()
DLA-1641 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -
2420B Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians - Along The Road To Waikiki
(Whiting - Kahn)
DLA-1642 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -


2421A Frank Luther and Zora Layman - Bonnie Blue Flag / Maryland
()
65069 - Also Decca set A-45-1 - New York, NY - February 27, 1939 -
2421B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Lorena
()
65070 - Also Decca set A-45-2 - New York, NY - February 27, 1939 -


2422A Frank Luther and Zora Layman - Eating Goober Peas / Here's Your Mule
()
65075 - Also Decca set A-45-3 - New York, NY - February 27, 1939 -
2422B Frank Luther and Zora Layman - Ever Of Thee I'm Fondly Dreaming
()
65076 - Also Decca set A-45-4 - New York, NY - February 27, 1939 -


2423A Century Quartet.F Luther and Z Layman - Rose Of Alabama / Bonnie Eloise
()
65077 - Also Decca set A-45-5 - New York, NY - February 27, 1939 -
2423B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - A Life On The Vicksburg Bluff / Lilly Dale
()
65078 - Also Decca set A-45-6 - New York, NY - February 27, 1939 -


2424A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - When This Cruel War Is Over / Who Will Care
()
65079 - Also Decca set A-45-7 - New York, NY - February 27, 1939 -
2424B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Stonewall Jackson's Way / Cavaliers Of Dixie
()
65080 - Also Decca set A-45-8 - New York, NY - February 27, 1939 -


2425A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Battle Cry Of Freedom / Marching Along
()
65220 - Also Decca set A-46 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2425B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - We Are Coming Father Abraham, 300,000 More
()
65221 - Also Decca set A-46 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2426A Luther / Layman / Century Quartet - Tenting Tonight On The Old Camp Ground
()
65222 - Also Decca set A-46 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2426B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Just Before The Battle, Mother Medley
()
65223 - Also Decca set A-46 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2427A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again Medley
()
65224 - Also Decca set A-46 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2427B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - The Vacant Chair / Tramp Tram Tramp
()
65225 - Also Decca set A-46 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2428A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Wrap The Flag Around Me, Boys Medley
()
65226 - Also Decca set A-46 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2428B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - The Faded Coat Of Blue / Battle Hymn
()
65227 - Also Decca set A-46 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2429A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - New York, Oh What A Charming City / Jim Fiske
()
65198 - Also Decca set A-47 - New York, NY - March 1, 1939 -
2429B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - In The Bright Mohawk Valley / Sparkling and Bright
()
65199 - Also Decca set A-47 - New York, NY - March 1, 1939 -


2430A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Part 3: Dutch Company / Dutch Lullaby Medley
()
65238 - Also Decca set A-47 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2430B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Part 4: The Erie / Niagara Falls / Low Bridge
()
65239 - Also Decca set A-47 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2431A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Ballad Of Henry Green / Siege Of Plattsburg
()
65240 - Also Decca set A-47 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2431B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Buffalo Gals / Perry's Victory / By The Lake
()
65241 - Also Decca set A-47 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2432A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Woodman Spare That Tree / Benny Havens
()
65242 - Also Decca set A-47 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2432B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Michael Roy / A Little More Cider Medley
()
65243 - Also Decca set A-47 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2433A Tony Martin and Abe Lyman - Rose Room
()
65185 - New York, NY - March 15, 1939 -
2433B Tony Martin and Abe Lyman - Home In Pasadena
()
65186 - New York, NY - March 15, 1939 -


2434A Tony Martin and Abe Lyman - California, Here I Come
(DeSylva - Jolson - Meyer)
65187 - New York, NY - March 15, 1939 -
2434B Tony Martin and Abe Lyman - Avalon
()
65184 - New York, NY - March 15, 1939 -


2435A Abe Lyman's Californians - San Francisco
()
65177 - New York, NY - March 14, 1939 -
2435B Abe Lyman's Californians - Golden Gate
()
65176 - New York, NY - March 14, 1939 -


2436A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Wishing Will Make It So
()
C-91693 - April 5, 1939 -
2436B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Little Genius
()
C-91691 - April 5, 1939 -


2437A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - If I Had My Way
()
65264 - New York, NY - March 24, 1939 -
2437B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Ay Ay Ay
()
65044 - New York, NY - February 20, 1939 -


2438A Frances Langford - Blue Evening
()
DLA-1738 - Los Angeles, CA - March 24, 1939 -
2438B Frances Langford with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - The Honorable Mister So And So
()
DLA-1741 - Los Angeles, CA - March 30, 1939 -


2439A Paul Whiteman Swing Strings - Toy Trumpet
()
64739=A - New York, NY - November 14, 1938 -
2439B Paul Whiteman Swing Strings - Minuet In Jazz
()
64738 - New York, NY - November 14, 1938 -


2440A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Woodchopper's Ball
(Joe Bishop - Woody Herman)
65379=A=B - April 12, 1939 -
2440B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Big Wig In The Wigwam vocal: Mary Ann McCall
(Kenneth Case - Byron Bradley)
65380A - April 12, 1939 -


2441A Mills Brothers - Goodbye Blues
()
64960=B - January 25, 1939 -
2441B Mills Brothers - Sweet Sue, Just You
(Will Harris - Victor Young)
64959 - January 25, 1939 - 2:59


2442A Will Osborne and His Orchestra - Tell Me, Pretty Maiden
()
65028=A - February 15, 1939 -
2442B Will Osborne and His Orchestra - The Gentleman Awaits
()
64790=A - December 7, 1938 -


2443A Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - It's An Old Fashioned Locket vocal: Donald King
()
65244 - March 22, 1939 -
2443B Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - Say You'll Be Mine
()
65247 - March 22, 1939 -


2444A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Jitterbug Polka
()
65284 - March 26, 1939 -
2444B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - World's Fair Polka
()
65282 - March 26, 1939 -


2445A Frank Luther and Century Quartet - March Of The Gnomes
()
65067 - February 27, 1939 -
2445B Frank Luther and Century Quartet - Gay Parade
()
65068 - February 27, 1939 -


2446A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Three Little Fishies
()
65449 - April 23, 1939 -
2446B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Hi Diddle Diddle
()
65211 - March 7, 1939 -


2447A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - I'm Building A Sailboat Of Dreams
()
DLA-1745 - Los Angeles, CA - March 31, 1939 -
2447B Bing Crosby and Spike Jones 4 - Down By The Old Mill Stream
()
DLA-1724 - Los Angeles, CA - March 15, 1939 -


2448A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Whistling In The Wildwood
(Larry Stock - Vincent Rose - James Cavanaugh)
DLA-1757A - Los Angeles, CA - April 5, 1939 -
2448B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - If I Had My Way
(James Kendis - Lou Klein)
DLA-1742A - Los Angeles, CA - March 31, 1939 -


2449A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Whistling In The Wildwood
()
65450=A - April 23, 1939 -
2449B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Boom
()
65451=A - April 23, 1939 -


2450A Connie Boswell - Sunrise Serenade
(Frankie Carle - Jack Lawrence)
65456 - April 25, 1939 -
2450B Connie Boswell - You Grow Sweeter As The Years Go By
()
65459 - April 25, 1939 -


2451A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight - Don't Worry About Me
()
65441 - April 21, 1939 -
2451B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight - Once Is Enough For Me
()
65092 - March 2, 1939 -


2452A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Only When You're In My Arms
()
C-91709=B - Chicago, Il - April 14, 1939 -
2452B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - When We're Alone
()
C-91712 - Chicago, Il - April 19, 1939 -


2453A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Beer Barrel Polka
()
65452 - New York, NY - April 24, 1939 -
2453B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Hot Pretzels
()
65453 - New York, NY - April 24, 1939 -


2454A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - You've Got Me Crying Again
()
65454 - New York, NY - April 24, 1939 -
2454B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - My Last Goodbye
()
65455 - New York, NY - April 24, 1939 -


2455A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - If You Ever Change Your Mind
()
C-91694 - April 5, 1939 -
2455B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Valse Triste
(Jean Sibelius)
64861 - January 9, 1939 -


2456A* Art Tatum - Deep Purple
(Peter De Rose - Mitchell Parish)
DLA-1760=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 12, 1939 -
2456B* Art Tatum - Tea For Two
(Vincent Youmans - Irving Caesar)
DLA-1759 - Los Angeles, CA - April 12, 1939 -


2457A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-Der-E / In Good Old New York Again
()
64996 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 9, 1939 -
2457B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Hello My Baby / White Wings / Kathleen Medley
()
64998 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 9, 1939 -


2458A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - My Pearl's A Bowery Girl / Two Sides To Every Story
()
64997 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 9, 1939 -
2458B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Throw Him Down, Mcloskey / She May Have Seen Bette
()
64999 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 9, 1939 -


2459A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - While Strolling Through The Park One Day Medley
()
65000 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 9, 1939 -
2459B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - On The Benches In The Park / I Waited Long Medley
()
65007 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 11, 1939 -


2460A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - As Your Hair Grows Whiter / Cat Came Back Medley
()
65008 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 11, 1939 -
2460B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Kiss Me Honey Do / Keep A Place At The Table
()
65009 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 11, 1939 -


2461A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Put Me Off At Buffalo / Somebody Loves Me Medley
()
65010 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 11, 1939 -
2461B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Just As The Sun Went Down / Take Back Your Gold
()
65011 - Also Decca set A-48 - February 11, 1939 -


2462A Andrews Sisters - Beer Barrel Polka
()
65531 - New York, NY - May 3, 1939 -
2462B Andrews Sisters - Well, All Right!
()
65532 - New York, NY - May 3, 1939 -


2463A Connie Boswell - Wishing Will Make It So
()
65458 - April 25, 1939 -
2463B Connie Boswell - You've Got Me Crying Again
()
65457 - April 25, 1939 -


2464A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - I Never Knew Heaven Could Speak
()
C-91684 - Chicago, Il - March ?, 1939 -
2464B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Rose Of Washington Square
()
C-91711 - Chicago, Il - April 19, 1939 -


2465A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - The Lady's In Love
()
C-91710 - Chicago, Il - April 14, 1939 -
2465B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - If I Were Sure Of You
()
C-91685=B - Chicago, Il - March ?, 1939 -


2466A Paul Whiteman's Bouncing Brass - Rose Room
(Art Hickman - Harry Williams)
65361B - April 6, 1939 -
2466B Paul Whiteman's Bouncing Brass - I've Found A New Baby
(Jack Palmer - Spencer Williams)
65360A - April 6, 1939 -


2467A Paul Whiteman's Sax Soctette - After You've Gone
(Henry Creamer - J. Turner Layton)
65365 - New York, NY - April 7, 1939 - 2:55 -
2467B Paul Whiteman's Sax Soctette - I Kiss Your Hand, Madame
( Erwin / Rotter / Lewis / Young)
65364 - New York, NY - April 7, 1939 - 2:34 -


2468A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Have Mercy
()
65445 - April 21, 1939 -
2468B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - I'm Up A Tree
()
65096=A - March 2, 1939 -


2469A Roy Smeck - At A Little Hot Dog Stand
()
65465 - April 26, 1939 -
2469B Roy Smeck - You Grow Sweeter As The Years Go By
()
65467 - April 26, 1939 -


2470A The Ramblers - Tain't What You Do
()
65491 - New York, NY - April 28, 1939 -
2470B The Ramblers - Money Is Honey
()
65492=B - New York, NY - April 28, 1939 -


2471A Merry Macs - Chainatown, My Chainatown
()
65324 - March 31, 1939 -
2471B Merry Macs - Hello Frisco
()
65323 - March 31, 1939 -


2472A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - On The Banks Of The Sacramento Medley
()
65384 - Also Decca set A-49 - April 13, 1939 -
2472B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Cielito Lindo / The Night Is Serene
()
65389 - Also Decca set A-49 - April 13, 1939 -


2473A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Joe Bowers / Santy Ana
()
65385 - Also Decca set A-49 - April 13, 1939 -
2473B Frank Luther and Century Quartet - Adelita / Four Little White Doves
()
65390 - Also Decca set A-49 - April 13, 1939 -


2474A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Linen Clothes / Seeing The Elephant
()
65386 - Also Decca set A-49 - April 13, 1939 -
2474B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - The Hammock / Teamster's Song / White Hawk
()
65391 - Also Decca set A-49 - April 13, 1939 -


2475A Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Sweet Betsy From Pike / Little Ah Sid
()
65387 - Also Decca set A-49 - April 13, 1939 -
2475B Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet - Part 8: Clmentine / Abalone
()
65388 - Also Decca set A-49 - April 13, 1939 -


2476A Frank Luther and Century Quartet - America (comp.Samuel F.Smith)
()
65514 - Also Decca set A-50 - May 1, 1939 -
2476B Frank Luther and Century Quartet - America The Beautiful
(Catherine Lee Bates)
65515 - Also Decca set A-50 - May 1, 1939 -


2477A Frank Luther and Century Quartet - Hail Columbia
()
65516 - Also Decca set A-50 - May 1, 1939 -
2477B Frank Luther and Century Quartet - Columbia, The Gem Of The Ocean
()
65517 - Also Decca set A-50 - May 1, 1939 -


2478A Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians - St Louis Blues
(William Christopher Handy)
65214 - Also Decca set A-160 - March 7, 1939 -
2478B Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians - Auld Lang Syne
()
65215 - Also Decca set A-160 - March 7, 1939 -(-)


2479A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Girl Behind The Venetian Blind
(Cliff Friend - Dave Franklin)
C-91692=B - album 225 - April 5, 1939 -
2479B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Does Your Heart Beat For Me?
(Mitchell Parish - Russ Morgan - Arnold Johnson)
64848 - album 225 - January 4, 1939 -


2480A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - If It's Good Then I Want It
()
65462 - April 25, 1939 -
2480B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - West End Blues
()
65346 - April 5, 1939 -


2481A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight - If You Ever Change Your Mind
()
65444 - April 21, 1939 -
2481B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight - If Anything Happened To You
()
65442 - April 21, 1939 -


2482A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Hindustan
()
61989=A - February 6, 1939 -
2482B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Mournin' Blues
()
64991A! - February 6, 1939 -


2483A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Floyd's Guitar Blues Guitar Solo: Floyd Smith
(Floyd Smith)
65191 - New York, NY - March 16, 1939 - 3:05
2483B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Twinklin'
()
63256 - New York, NY - February 8, 1938 - 3:08


2484A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - I Never Knew Heaven Could Speak
()
65464 - April 26, 1939 -
2484B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Wishing
()
65466 - April 26, 1939 -


2485A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Jolly Crowd Polka
()
65276 - March 20, 1939 -
2485B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - At The Mill March
()
65277 - March 20, 1939 -


2486A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Limehouse Blues
(Douglas Furber - Philip Braham)
CE9302 - London UK - August 31, 1938 -
2486B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Ultra Swing Swing
()
CE9230 - London UK - June 30, 1938 -


2487A Sol Hoopii Five - Wang Wang Blues
()
DLA-1665 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1938 -
2487B Sol Hoopii - Hula Blues
()
DLA-1664 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1938 -


2488A Peter Muller's Band - Bummel Petrus
()
65525 - May 2, 1939 -
2488B Peter Muller's Band - Mariechen
()
65521 - May 2, 1939 -


2489A Peter Muller's Band - Alpine Joy
(Oscar Fetras)
65524A - May 2, 1939 -
2489B Peter Muller's Band - Guardsman
()
65528A - May 2, 1939 -(-)


2490A Frank Parker and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - I Love You Truly

(Carrie Jacobs-Bond)
DLA-1746 - Also Decca set A-51 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1939 - Notes
2490B Frank Parker and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - O Perfect Love
(Barnby)
DLA-1747 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1939 -


2491A Frank Parker and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Calm As The Night
( Bohm)
DLA-1749 - Also Decca set A-51 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1939 -
2491B Frank Parker and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - The Wedding Morn
(Nevin)
DLA-1748 - Also Decca set A-51 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1939 -


2492A Frank Parker and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - O Promise Me
(DeKoven)
DLA-1750 - Also Decca set A-51 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1939 -
2492B Frank Parker and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - The Day Of Golden Promise
()
DLA-1751 - Also Decca set A-51 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1939 -


2493A Eddie Dunstedter Bridal Chorus
(Wagner)
DLA-1558=A - Also Decca set A-51 - November 10, 1938 -
2493B Eddie Dunstedter Wedding March
(Mendelsshohn)
DLA-1555 - Also Decca set A-51 - November 10, 1938 -


2494A Bing Crosby assisted by The Foursome with John Scott Trotter Orchestra ‐ El Rancho Grande
(Juan Díaz del Moral ‐ Donato Emilio Uranga ‐ Bartley Costello)
BMI Work #6604157
DLA‐1752 ‐ Los Angeles, CA ‐ April 3, 1939 ‐ 2:19 ‐
2494B Bing Crosby assisted by The Foursome with John Scott Trotter Orchestra ‐ Ida Sweet as Apple Cider
(Eddie Leonard)
DLA-1722 ‐ Los Angeles, CA ‐ March 15, 1939 ‐


2495A Merry Macs - Rumpel-Stilts-Kin
()
65560 - May 9, 1939 -
2495B Merry Macs - Too Tired
()
65562 - May 9, 1939 -


2496A Bobby Breen and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Ave Maria
()
DLA-1709 - Los Angeles, CA - February 18, 1939 -
2496B Bobby Breen and Eddie Dunstedter, organ - Largo
()
DLA-1710 - Los Angeles, CA - February 18, 1939 -


2497A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Where Do You Work-A, John?
()
65603 - May 19, 1939 -
2497B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Pippinella
()
65604 - May 19, 1939 -


2498A Count Basie - The Dirty Dozens
(Speckled Red)
64732=A - November 9, 1938 -
2498B Count Basie - When The Sun Goes Down
(Leroy Carr)
64957=A=B - January 26, 1939 -


2499A The Ramblers - Honey In The Bee Ball
(Bob Hamilton)
65490 - New York, NY - April 28, 1939 -
2499B The Ramblers - Lonesome Railroad - Blues
()
65493 - New York, NY - April 28, 1939 -







Decca (USA) 2500 - 2599 Popular Series



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2500A - March Ray and His Orchestra - Firefly Stomp
()
65394 - New York, NY - April 13, 1939 -
2500B Floyd Ray and His Orchestra - Love Is Simply Grand
()
65057 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -


2501A Harry Roy and His Orchestra - San Sue Strut
(Wingy Manone - Elmer Schoebel)
CE-8808 -
2501B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Li'L Liza Jane
(Ada DeLachau)
CE-8813 -


2502A Paradise Island Trio - Jeannine
()
DLA-1611 - December 3, 1938 -
2502B Paradise Island Trio - Masquerade
()
DLA-1610 - December 3, 1938 -


2503A Sister Rosetta Tharpe - My Man And I
(Sister Rosetta Tharpe)
64729 - October 31, 1938 -
2503B Sister Rosetta Tharpe - That's All
(Sister Rosetta Tharpe)
64728 - October 31, 1938 - 2: 20


2504A Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight
(F. Henri Klickmann - Harold G. Frost)
- DLA-1728 - Los Angeles, CA - March 16, 1939 -
2504B Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - Happy Havana-Beach Boy
(Harry Owens)
- DLA-1725 - Los Angeles, CA - March 16, 1939 -


2505A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Shoemaker's Holiday
()
65578 - New York, NY - May 15, 1939 -
2505B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - June Bugs Dance
()
65575 - New York, NY - May 15, 1939 -


2506A Merry Macs - Igloo
()
65561 - May 9, 1939 -
2506B Merry Macs - I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles
(Jean Kenbroven - John Kellette)
65563=A - May 9, 1939 -


2507A Ink Spots - It's Funny To Everyone But Me
()
65584 - New York, NY - May 17, 1939 -
2507B Ink Spots - Just For A Thrill
()
64892 - New York, NY - January 12, 1939 -


2508A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blues Upstairs
()
65383 - April 12, 1939 -
2508B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blues Downstairs
()
65382 - April 12, 1939 -


2509A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - That's Right, I'm Wrong
()
65571 - New York, NY - May 15, 1939 -
2509B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Roller Skating On A Rainbow
()
65570 - New York, NY - May 15, 1939 -


2510A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - S'Posin'
()
65250 - March 23, 1939 -
2510B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - I'll Never Learn
()
65189 - March 16, 1939 -


2511A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Horsie, Keep Your Tail Up
()
91708 - April 11, 1939 -
2511B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - My Pony Boy
()
91702 - April 11, 1939 -


2512A Ambrose and His Orchestra - O.K For Sound
()
-
2512B Ambrose and His Orchestra - Free
()
-


2513A Ambrose and His Orchestra - I Heard A Song In A Taxi
()
-
2513B Ambrose and His Orchestra - There's A New World
()
-


2514A Russian Imperial Singers - Moscow Street Songs / Notchenika / Kanavka
()
64679 - October 4, 1938 -
2514B Russian Imperial Singers - Down By The River Volga / Russian Folk Song
()
64685 - October 4, 1938 -


2515A Russian Imperial Singers - Soldier Songs
()
64680 - October 4, 1938 -
2515B Russian Imperial Singers - The Vanished Youth Russian Folk Song
()
64691 - October 4, 1938 -


2516A Russian Imperial Singers - Soldier Songs
()
64681 - October 4, 1938 -
2516B Russian Imperial Singers - Songs Of The Reapers
()
64684 - October 4, 1938 -


2517A Russian Imperial Singers - Kaleenka
()
64682 - 64744 11/16, 1938 - (Remake of
()
64682 -
2517B Russian Imperial Singers - The Sleeping Lake
()
64690 - October 4, 1938 -


2518A Russian Imperial Singers - Evening Bells - Vetserni Zvon
()
64686 - October 4, 1938 -
2518B Russian Imperial Singers - The Steppes / Grandfather Pahom
()
64683 - October 4, 1938 -


2519A Russian Imperial Singers - The Birch Tree - Russian Folk Song
()
64689 - October 4, 1938 -
2519B Russian Imperial Singers - Family Quarrel - Domashnie Ssora
(Dargomijsky)
64745 - November 16, 1938 -


2520A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Cinderella, Stay In My Arms
()
65702 - May 31, 1939 -
2520B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Address Unknown
()
65701 - May 31, 1939 -


2521A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Concert In The Park
()
65699 - May 31, 1939 -
2521B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - A Blues Serenade
(Napoleon - Signorelli)
65688 - May 31, 1939 -


2522A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - My Love For You
()
65661 - New York, NY - May 26, 1939 -
2522B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - A Home In The Clouds
()
65660 - New York, NY - May 26, 1939 -


2523A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - All I Remember Is You
()
65663 - New York, NY - May 26, 1939 -
2523B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Show Your Linen, Miss Richardson
()
65664 - New York, NY - May 26, 1939 -


2524A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Oh By Jngo
()
65573 - New York, NY - May 15, 1939 -
2524B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh
()
65572 - New York, NY - May 15, 1939 -


2525A Bert Shefter and His Orchestra - Monkey On A String
()
65664=A - May 15, 1939 -
2525B Bert Shefter and His Orchestra - Trammin' At The Fair
()
65557=A - May 15, 1939 -


2526A Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Jumpin' At The Savoy
()
65631 - May 24, 1939 -
2526B Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - We'd Rather Jump Than Swing
()
65632 - May 24, 1939 -


2527A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Earbender Polka
()
65281 - March 26, 1939 -
2527B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - At The Outing Polka
()
65279 - March 26, 1939 -


2528A Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - Calling All Lovers
()
DLA-1727 - Los Angeles, CA - March 16, 1939 -
2528B Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - Hula Blues
()
DLA-1726 - Los Angeles, CA - March 16, 1939 -


2529A Jack Sneed and His Orchestra - Jamaica Mama Swing
()
65648 - May 24, 1939 -
2529B Jack Sneed and His Orchestra - Sissy In The Barn
()
65649 - May 24, 1939 -


2530A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Two Hearts In Three Quarter Time
(Stolz - Gruenwald - Reisch - Rotter)
65348 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -
2530B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Don't Ask Me Why
(Robert Stolz) from: "The Song Is Over"
65354 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -


2531A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Song Of Love (from Blossom Time)
(Simund Romberg - D. Donnelly)
65350 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -
2531B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - You Will Remember Viennia
(Hammerstein II) from: "Viennese Nights"
65352 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -


2532A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Will You Remember (Sweetheart)
(Simund Romberg - R. Joe Young) from "Maytime"
65349 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -
2532B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - My Beautiful Lady
(Ivan Caryll - C. McLellan) from: "Pink Lady"
65356 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -


2533A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Waltz Huguette Vagabond King Waltz
(Brian Hooker - Rudoloph Friml)
65355 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -
2533B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - We Will Always Be Sweethearts
(Straus - Robin)
65351 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -


2534A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Your Smiles, Your Tears
(Simund Romberg) from: 'Nina-Rosa'
65357 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -
2534B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Lover
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart)
65353 - Also Decca set A-54 - April 6, 1939 -


2535A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - I Surrender, Dear
()
DLA-1744 - Los Angeles, CA - March 31, 1939 -
2535B Bing Crosby and Music Maids - It Must Be True
()
DLA-1753 - Los Angeles, CA - April 3, 1939 -


2536A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - This Is No Dream vocal: Bob Eberly
(Brnny Davis - Tommy Dorsey - Ted Shapiro)
65739 - New York, NY - June 6, 1939 - 3:15
2536B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Romance
(Walter Donaldson - Edgar Leslie)
65659 - New York, NY - May 26, 1939 - 2:57


2537A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - When The Red Red Robin Comes
()
C-91695 - Chicago, Il - April 7, 1939 -
2537B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Them There Eyes
()
C-91696 - Chicago, Il - April 7, 1939 -


2538A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Savoy Blues
()
65347 - April 5, 1939 -
2538B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Me And Brother Bill
()
65463 - April 25, 1939 -


2539A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Sheik Of Araby
(Snyder - Wheeler - Smith)
65635 - May 24, 1939 -
2539B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Paleface Blues
()
65634 - May 24, 1939 -


2540A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - That's A Plenty
(Lew Pollack)
65717=A - June 1, 1939 -
2540B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - When Buddha Smiles
()
65714=A;B - June 1, 1939 -


2541A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Maybe
(Allan Flynn - Frank Madden)
65602=A - May 19, 1939 -
2541B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Ain't Cha Comin' Out?
()
65605 - May 19, 1939 -


2542A Lil Armstrong and Her Orchestra - Everthing's Wrong, Ain't Nothing Right
()
64605 - New York, NY - September 8, 1938 -
2542B Lil Armstrong and Her Orchestra - Knock Kneed Sal
()
64607 - New York, NY - September 8, 1938 -


2543A Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Red Raven Polka
()
91718 - May 9, 1939 -
2543B Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Maybe Lonesome Waltz
()
91725 - May 9, 1939 -


2544A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - One Finger, Two Finger, Three Finger Poi
()
DLA-1587=A - November 25, 1938 -
2544B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Vahine Veve Au
()
DLA-1588 - November 25, 1938 -


2545A Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Otea O Tahiti
()
DLA-1590 - November 25, 1938 -
2545B Augie Goupil's Royal Tahitians - Otea
()
DLA-1632 - Los Angeles, CA - December 11, 1938 -


2546A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Waltz Clog: Neapolitan Nights
()
64868 - Also Decca set A-55 - January 9, 1939 -
2546B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Buck and Wing: Bye Bye Blues
()
68869 - January 9, 1939 -


2547A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Soft Shoe: Swanee River
()
68870 - January 9, 1939 -
2547B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Military Tap: Stars And Stripes Forever
()
68871 - January 9, 1939 -


2548A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Rhythm Tap: The Japanese Sandman
()
68872 - January 9, 1939 -
2548B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Swing Tap: Satan Takes A Holiday
()
68873 - January 9, 1939 -


2549A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Spanish Tap: La Cumparsita
(Rodriguez)
68874 - January 9, 1939 -
2549B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Rumba Tap: Mama Inez
(Gilbert)
68875 - January 9, 1939 -


2550A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - I Poured My Heart Into A Song
()
65698 - May 31, 1939 -
2550B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - I'm Sorry For Myself
(Irving Berlin)
65700 - May 31, 1939 -


2551A Rudy Vallee - I Poured My Heart Into A Song
()
65778 - June 12, 1939 -
2551B Rudy Vallee - When Winter Comes
()
65779 - June 12, 1939 -


2552A Rudy Vallee - I'm Sorry For Myself
()
65777 - June 12, 1939 -
2552B Rudy Vallee - An Old Fashioned Tune Is Always New
()
65780 - June 12, 1939 -


2553A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - I Poured My Heart Into A Song
()
65740 - New York, NY - June 6, 1939 -
2553B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - An Old Fashioned Tune Is Always New
()
65742 - New York, NY - June 6, 1939 -


2554A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Back To Back
()
65836 - New York, NY - June 16, 1939 -
2554B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Especially For You
()
65741 - New York, NY - June 6, 1939 -


2555A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Pavanne
(Morton Gould)
64862 - January 9, 1939 -
2555B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Yesterday
()
64863 - January 9, 1939 -


2556A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Little White Lies
(Walter Donaldson)
65446 - April 21, 1939 -
2556B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - One Side Of Me
(Marion Sunshine)
65042 - February 17, 1939 -


2557A Three Peppers - Love Grows On The White Oak Tree
()
65618 - May 22, 1939 -
2557B Three Peppers - Swing Out, Uncle Wilson
()
64822=A - December 16, 1938 -


2558A Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Bring Back Those Happy Days
(Not Given - Horatop Nicholls)
64881=A - January 10, 1939 - 2:45
2558B Sister Rosetta Tharpe - This Train
( Not Given)
64882=A - January 10, 1939 - 2:30


2559A Franz and Fritz Orchestra - The Blond Sailor
()
91738 - May 17, 1939 -
2559B Franz and Fritz Orchestra - Dance At The Hunter's Lodge
()
91740 - May 17, 1939 -


2560A Sol Hoopii - Twilight Blues
()
DLA-1661 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1938 -
2560B Sol Hoopii - Aloha Oe Blues
()
DLA-1662 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1938 -


2561A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Waltz Quadrille
()
DLA-1675 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -
2561B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Waltz Quadrille
()
DLA-1676 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -


2562A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Paul Jones / Arkansas Traveler / Sailors Hornpipe
()
DLA-1680 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -
2562B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Paul Jones: Casey Jones / Old Grey Mare Medley
()
DLA-1679 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -


2563B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Little Annie Rooney / Band Played On / After The Ball Is Over
()
DLA-1677 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -
2563A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - The Bowery / Sidewalks Of New York / Daisy Bell
()
DLA-1678 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -


2564A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - The Princess Glide: In The Sweet Long Ago Medley
()
DLA-1674 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -
2564B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Virginia Reel
()
DLA-1673 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -


2565A Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Badger Gavotte Dance
()
DLA-1672 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -
2565B Byron Wolfe's Orchestra - Montana-Dance: Moonlight And Roses Medley
()
DLA-1671 - Also Decca set A-56 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -


2566A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - South American Way
()
65689 - May 31, 1939 -
2566B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Start The Day Right
()
65703 - May 31, 1939 -


2567A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Stairway To The Stars vocal: Bob Eberly
(Frank Signorelli - Mat Malnick - Mitchell Parrish)
65837A - New York, NY - June 16, 1939 -
2567B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Whisper While We Dance vocal: Bob Eberly
(Harry Stride - Frank Weldon - Nat Burton)
65835A - New York, NY - June 16, 1939 -


2568A Bob Hope and Shirley Ross - The Lady's In Love With You
(Frank Loesser – Burton Lane)
DLA-1779=A - Los Angeles, CA - June 16, 1939 -
2568B Bob Hope and Shirley Ross - Penthouse Serenade
()
DLA-1780 - Los Angeles, CA - June 16, 1939 -


2569A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - South Rampart Street Parade
(B.Haggart - R.Bauduc - Bing Crosby)
64930 - VD 200 - January 23, 1939 -
2569B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Smokey Mary
()
64929 - January 23, 1939 -


2570A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Clouds vocal: Pha Terrell
(Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn)
64779=A - New York, NY - December 5, 1938 -
2570B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Goodbye vocal: Pha Terrell
(Gordon Jenkins)
64782=A - New York, NY - December 6, 1938 - 3:06


2571A Freddie Fischer and His Orchestra - Old Hank
()
91701 - April 11, 1939 -
2571B Freddie Fischer and His Orchestra - Oh! Dem Golden Slippers
()
91703 - April 11, 1939 -


2572A Milt Herth Trio - In An 18th Century Drawing Room
(Raymond Scott)
65750 - New York , NY - June 8, 1939 -
2572B Milt Herth Trio - Shoemaker's Holiday
(Hugh Mackay - Don Raye)
65751 - New York , NY - June 8, 1939 -


2573A Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - Never Break A Promise vocal: Donald King
(George Gilbert)
65246 - New York , NY - March 22, 1939 -
2573B Green Brothers Marimba Orchestra - Don't You Remember The Time? vocal: Donald King
(W.R. Williams)
65245 - New York , NY - March 22, 1939 -


2574A Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians - Tomai Ho Eu Eu
()
DLA-1645 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -
2574B Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians - Heeia
()
DLA-1646 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -


2575A Roman Gosz and His Band - Decca Joe Polka
(Roman Gosz)
91735 - Chicago, IL - May 15, 1939 -
2575B Roman Gosz and His Band - Huntsmen Laendler
(Roman Gosz)
91736 - Chicago, IL - May 15, 1939 -


2576A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - W.P.A Polka
(Not Given)
91745 - May 22, 1939 -
2576B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Cockoo Waltz
(Not Given)
91746 - May 22, 1939 -


2577A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Rendezvous Time In Paree
()
65878 - New York, NY - June 23, 1939 -
2577B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Is It Possible?
()
65879 - New York, NY - June 23, 1939 -


2578A Paul Whiteman Modernaires - Moon Love vocal: Joan Edwards
(Andre Kostelanetz - Mack David - Mack Davis) based on Peter Llich Tchaikovsky 2nd movement of the 5th symphony
65863 - New York, NY - June 22, 1939 -
2578B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - To You vocal: Joan Edwards
(Benny Davis - Tommy Dorsey - Ted Shapiro)
65864 - New York, NY - June 22, 1939 -


2579A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - The Lamp Is Low
(Bert Shefter - Peter De Rose - Mitchell Parish) Adapted from Ravel's "Pavane pour Une Infante Defunte"
Original copyright by editions Max Eschig, Paris France 1899
65838 - New York, NY - June 16, 1939 -
2579B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Begone vocal: Helen O'Connell
(M. Kur-Zhene - Enoch Light)
65877 - New York, NY - June 23, 1939 -


2580A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - All Or Nothing At All vocal: Bob Eberly
(Arthur Altman - Jack Lawrence)
65743=A - New York, NY - June 6, 1939 -
2580B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - In The Middle Of A Dream vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Einar Swann - Tommy Dorsey - Al Stillman)
65876=A - New York, NY - June 23, 1939 -


2581A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight - If I Had To live And Learn
(J. C. Johnson - Attwell May - Chick Webb)
65093 - New York, NY - March 2, 1939 -
2581B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savoy Eight - If That's What You're Thinking
(Jack Lawrence - Murray Gans)
65443 - New York, NY - April 21, 1939 -


2582A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Cashahl Blues
(Floyd Ray - Don Raye)
65636 - New York, NY - May 24, 1939 -
2582B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Farewell Blues
(Schoebel - P. Mares - L. Rappolo)
65637=A - New York, NY - May 24, 1939 -


2583A Jan Savitt and His Tophatters - I'll Always Be In Love With You
(Buck Green - Sammy Stept - Herman Ruby)
65715=A - June 1, 1939 -
2583B Jan Savitt and His Tophatters - Get Happy
(Harold Arlen - Ted Koehler)
65716=A - June 1, 1939 -


2584A Bert Shefter and His Orchestra - Farmer In A Dilemma
()
65566=A - May 15, 1939 -
2584B Bert Shefter and His Orchestra - Deserted Desert
()
65569=A - May 15, 1939 -


2585A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Begone
()
65822 - June 15, 1939 -
2585B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Somebody Nobody Knows
()
65820 - June 15, 1939 -


2586A Paradise Island Trio - Wonderful One
(Paul Whiteman - Ferde Grofe - Dorothy Terriss)
DLA-1613 - Los Angeles, CA - December 3, 1938 -
2586B Paradise Island Trio - Pagan Love Song
(Nacio Herb Brown - Arthur Freed)
DLA-1614 - Los Angeles, CA - December 3, 1938 -


2587A Decca Salon Orchestra directed by Harry Horlick - None But The Lonely Heart
(Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky)
65336 - Also Decca set A-58 - New York, NY - April 5, 1939 -
2587B Decca Salon Orchestra directed by Harry Horlick - Salon Music: Lullaby - Cradle Song
(Johannes Brahms)
65340 - Also Decca set A-58 - New York, NY - April 5, 1939 -


2588A Decca Salon Orchestra directed by Harry Horlick - Salon Music: Bacarolle (from Hoffmann)
(Offenbach)
65337 - Also Decca set A-58 - April 5, 1939 -
2588B Decca Salon Orchestra directed by Harry Horlick - Salon Music: Chinese Lullaby
(Robert Bowers) from: "East Is West"
65335 - Also Decca set A-58 - April 5, 1939 -


2589A Decca Salon Orchestra directed by Harry Horlick - Indian Love Call
(Friml/Harbach/Hammerstein) from: "Rose Marie"
65343 - Also Decca set A-58 - April 5, 1939 -
2589B Decca Salon Orchestra directed by Harry Horlick - The Sweetest Story Ever Told
(Stults)
65334 - Also Decca set A-58 - April 5, 1939 -


2590A Decca Salon Orchestra directed by Harry Horlick - Salon Music: Souvenir
(Drdla)
65342 - Also Decca set A-58 - April 5, 1939 -
2590B Decca Salon Orchestra directed by Harry Horlick - Serenade
(Moskowski)
65338 - Also Decca set A-58 - April 5, 1939 -


2591A Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Jocelyn: Berceuse
(Godard)
65339 - Also Decca set A-58 - April 5, 1939 -
2591B Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Valse Bluette
(Drigo)
65341 - Also Decca set A-58 - April 5, 1939 -


2592A Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Hopeless Polka
()
91717 - May 9, 1939 -
2592B Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Auf Wiedersehn Schottische
()
91726 - May 9, 1939 -


2593A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - White Sails (Beneath A Yellow Moon) vocal: Meredith Blake
(Nick and Charles Kenny - Harry Archer)
65893 - New York, NY - June 27, 1939 -
2593B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - It Seems Like Old Times vocal: Meredith Blake
(Sam H. Stept - Charles Tobias)
65892=A - New York, NY - June 27, 1939 -


2594A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Yours For A Song
()
65894=A - June 27, 1939 -
2594B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - You Don't Know How Much You Can Suffer
()
65891=A - June 27, 1939 -


2595A Frances Langford with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - The Man With The Mandolin
(James Cavanaugh - John Redmond - Frank Weldon)
DLA-1806 - Los Angeles, CA - July 3, 1939 -
2595B Frances Langford with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - Echoes Of Hawaii
(Sidney D. Mitchell - Lew Pollack)
DLA-1805 - Los Angeles, CA - July 3, 1939 -


2596A Connie Boswell with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - Rendezvous Time In Paree
(Jimmy Mchugh - Al Dubin) from: musical "Streets of Paris"
DLA-1788 - Los Angeles, CA - June 26, 1939 -
2596B Connie Boswell with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - Is It Possible?
(Mchugh - Dubin) from: "Streets of Paris"
DLA-1787 - Los Angeles, CA - June 26, 1939 -


2597A Connie Boswell with Harold Sosnik Orchestra - The Lamp Is Low
()
DLA-1790 - Los Angeles, CA - June 26, 1939 -
2597B Connie Boswell with Harold Sosnik Orchestra - Stra-Ua-Na-Da
()
DLA-1786 - Los Angeles, CA - June 22, 1939 -


2598A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Stairway To The Stars
()
65904 - June 29, 1939 -
2598B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Out Of Nowhere
()
65907 - June 29, 1939 -


2599A Mills Brothers - Way Down Home
(Walter Donaldson)
64949 - New York, NY - January 25, 1939 -
2599B Mills Brothers - Side Kick Joe
(Doris Fisher - Harry Bailey)
64249 - New York, NY - June 29, 1938 -










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2600A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Moonlight Serenade vocal: Carlotta Dale
(Glenn Miller - Mitchell Parish)
65935=A - New York, NY - July 7, 1939 -
2600B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Shabby Old Cabby vocal: Phil Brito
(Nat Simon - Al Stillman)
65934=A - New York, NY - July 7, 1939 -


2601A Ambrose Orchestra - If Ever A Heart Was In The Right Place
()
-
2601B Ambrose Orchestra - To You, Sweetheart, Aloha
(Harry Owens)
-


2602A Teddy Grace - Betty And Dupree
( )
65557 - Also Decca set A-59 - May 9, 1939 -
2602B Teddy Grace - Arkansas Blues
(Spencer Williams)
65558 - Also Decca set A-59 - May 9, 1939 -


2603A Teddy Grace - Mama Doo-Shee
(I.Wilson)
65627 - Also Decca set A-59 - May 23, 1939 -
2603B Teddy Grace - Down Home Blues
(Tom Delaney)
65559 - Also Decca set A-59 - May 9, 1939 -


2604A Teddy Grace - Hey Lawdy Papa
(S. Reed)
65626 - Also Decca set A-59 - May 23, 1939 -
2604B Teddy Grace - Low Down Blues
()
65588 - Also Decca set A-59 - May 16, 1939 -


2605A Teddy Grace - You Don't Know My Mind
(S.Gray - C. Williams)
65587 - Also Decca set A-59 - May 16, 1939 -
2605B Teddy Grace - Gulf Coast Blues
(Williams)
65585 - Also Decca set A-59 - May 16, 1939 -


2606A Teddy Grace - Graveyard Blues
(White)
65625 - Also Decca set A-59 - New York, NY - May 23, 1939 -
2606B Teddy Grace - Oh Daddy Blues
(W.Russell - E.Herbert)
65586 - Also Decca set A-59 - New York, NY - May 16, 1939 -


2607A Arthur Tracy - Goldilocks And The Three Bears
()
DTB3446 - December 14, 1937 -
2607B Arthur Tracy - My Waltz For Those In Love
()
DTB3447 - December 14, 1937 -


2608A Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Stiches
(Al Cooper)
65630 - New York, NY - May 24, 1939 -
2608B Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Draggin' My Heart Around
(Alexander Hill)
65633 - New York, NY - May 24, 1939 -


2609A Three Peppers - Three Foot Skipper Jones
(George Whiting - Ken Byron)
65620 - New York, NY - May 22, 1939 -
2609B Three Peppers - It's A Puzzle To Me
(Bob Bell - Anna Robertson)
65619 - New York, NY - May 22, 1939 -


2610A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Moon Love
()
65823 - New York, NY - June 15, 1939 -
2610B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Prairie Boy
()
65821 - New York, NY - June 15, 1939 -


2611A Peter Muller's Band - Under The Moonlight - Waltz
()
65522 - New York, NY - May 2, 1939 -
2611B Peter Muller's Band - The Jolly Bass Player
()
65527 - New York, NY - May 2, 1939 -


2612A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - The Jumpin' Jive
()
65967 - New York, NY - July 14, 1939 -
2612B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Shoot The Meat Balls To Me, Dominick Boy
()
65662 - New York, NY - May 26, 1939 -


2613A Connie Boswell with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - Oh You Crazy Moon
(Jimmy Van Heusen - John Francis "Johnny" Burke)
DLA-1789 - Los Angeles, CA - June 26, 1939 -
2613B Connie Boswell with Harold Sosnik and His Orchestra - At Least You Could Say Hello
(Pat McCarthy - Dick Robertson - Sammy Mysels)
DLA-1785 - Los Angeles, CA - June 22, 1939 -


2614A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Running Through My Mind
()
65933=A - July 7, 1939 -
2614B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - You Taught Me To Love Again
()
65932=A - July 7, 1939 -


2615A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Confessin'
(Al J. Neiburg - Doc Dougherty - Ellis Reynolds)
65460=A - New York, NY - April 25, 1939 -
2615B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Our Monday Date
(Louis Armstrong - Earl Hines)
65461 - New York, NY - April 25, 1939 -


2616A Matty Malneck and His Orchestra - Lazy Rhapsody vocal: Martha Mears
(Harry Sosnik - Howard Jackson)
DLA-1735 - Los Angeles, CA - March 22, 1939 -
2616B Matty Malneck and His Orchestra - By The Waters Of Minnetonka
(Thurlow Lieurance)
DLA-1432 - Los Angeles, CA - August 21, 1938 -


2617A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - What A Life vocal: Pha Terrell
(Louis Alter - Charlotte Kent)
64697 - New York, NY - October 24, 1938 -
2617B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - September In The Rain vocal: Pha Terrell
(Harry Warren - Al Dubin)
64778 - New York, NY - December 5, 1938 -


2618A Floyd Ray and His Orchestra - Jammin' The Blues vocal: Ivy Glascoe
(Floyd Ray)
65058 - New York, NY - February 21, 1939 -
2618B Floyd Ray and His Orchestra - Side By Side vocal: Ivy; Vern and Von
(Harry Woods)
65393 - New York, NY - April 13, 1939 -


2619A Harry Roy and His Orchestra - King Porter Stomp
()
-
2619B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Down Home Rag
(Wilbur Sweatman)
CE-8806 - London UK - December 14, 1937 -


2620A Roman Gosz and His Orchestra - Broken Heart Polka
()
91728 - May 15, 1939 -
2620B Roman Gosz and His Band - Autumn Rose Laendler
()
91727 - May 15, 1939 -


2621A Homer Rodeheaver - When God Is Near
(Ackley)
65228 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -
2621B Homer Rodeheaver - Wonderful
(Ackley)
65229 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -


2622A Homer Rodeheaver - Good Night And Good Morning
(Rodeheaver - Dearomond)
65230 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -
2622B Homer Rodeheaver - God Understands
(Ackley - Smith)
65231 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -


2623A Homer Rodeheaver - You Must Open The Door
(Rodeheaver - Ogdon)
65232 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -
2623B Homer Rodeheaver - Jesus Took My Burden
(Lillenas - Oatman)
65233 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -


2624A Homer Rodeheaver - The Broken Threads Of Life
(Ackley/Smith)
65234 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -
2624B Homer Rodeheaver - A Crown Without A Thorn
(Ackley/Moser)
65235 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -


2625A Homer Rodeheaver - The Glory Of His Presence
(Ackley/Smith)
65236 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -
2625B Homer Rodeheaver - Heataches
(Ackley)
65237 - Also Decca set A-64 - March 10, 1939 -


2626A Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra - (Hol-De-Ay) Start The Day Right
(Charles Tobias - Al Lewis - Maurice Spitalny)
DLA-1781 - ASCAP: 490137358 - ISWC: T0701376546 - Los Angeles, CA - June 22, 1939 - 2:29 -
2626B Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Neighbors In The Sky
(Harry Barris)
DLA-1793 - ASCAP: 440017287 - ISWC: T0701524506 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1939 - 3:00 -


2627A Tony Martin with Victor Young Orchestra - All I Remember Is You
()
DLA-1817 - Los Angeles, CA - July 12, 1939 -
2627B Tony Martin with Victor Young Orchestra - Cinderella, Stay In My Arms
()
DLA-1816 - Los Angeles, CA - July 12, 1939 -


2628A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - I Want The Walter
()
65905 - June 29, 1939 -
2628B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - That's All, Brother
()
65906 - June 29, 1939 -


2629A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Dallas Blues

(Wand)
65381 - April 12, 1939 -
2629B Woody Herman's Woodchoppers - Red River Blues
()
64636=C - December 22, 1938 -


2630A Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Don't Look Now vocal: Bennett Sisters
()
65988 - July 19, 1939 -
2630B Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - You Are My Dream vocal: W. Gregg
()
65989 - July 19, 1939 -


2631A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Oh Lady Be Good
( )
64985 - February 4, 1939 -
2631B Count Basie and His Orchestra - You Can Depend On Me vocal: J. Rushing
()
64978=A - February 4, 1939 -


2632A Milt Herth Trio - Everybody Loves My Baby
()
65752 - June 8, 1939 -
2632B Milt Herth Quartet - The Spider And The Fly
()
64775 - November 30, 1938 -


2633A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Vanda Polka
()
91750 - May 22, 1939 -
2633B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Under The Window March
()
91749 - May 22, 1939 -


2634A Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Kehaulani
()
DLA-1763 - De X 1869 (Aus) - Los Angeles, CA - June 3, 1939 -
2634B Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - On The Beach At Kualoa
()
DLA-1764 - De X 1919 (Aus) - Los Angeles, CA - June 3, 1939 -


2635A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Acceleration Waltz (Acceleration Op 234) Viennese Waltz
(Johann Strauss)
66095 - Also Decca set A-81-1 - August 15, 1939 -
2635B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Enjoy Your Life (Freut euch des Lebens, Op 340) Viennese Waltz
(Johann Strauss)
66094 - Also Decca set A-81-2 - August 15, 1939 -


2636A* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Kiss Waltz (Kuss, Op. 400) Viennese Waltzes
(Johann Stauss)
66092 - Also Decca set A-81-3 - August 15, 1939 -
2636B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Morning Papers
(Johann Stauss)
66091 - Also Decca set A-81-4 - August 15, 1939 -


2637A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Wiener Burger
(Ziehrer)
66093 - Also Decca set A-81-5 - August 15, 1939 -
2637B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Schonbrunner Waltz
(J. Lanner)
66090 - Also Decca set A-81-6 - August 15, 1939 -


2638A* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Rainbow Waltz (Arc-en-ciel) Viennese Waltzes
(Emil Waldteufel)
66089 - Also Decca set A-81-7 - August 15, 1939 -
2638B* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - The Sweetest Of All
(Emil Waldteufel)
66088 - Also Decca set A-81-8 - August 15, 1939 -


2639A* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Je T'aime (I Love Thee) Viennese Waltzes
(Emil Waldteufel)
66087=A - Also Decca set A-81-9 - August 15, 1939 -
2639B* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Children Of Spring (Frühings Kinder) Viennese Waltzes
(Emil Waldteufel)
66086=A - Also Decca set A-81-10 - August 15, 1939 -


2640A Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell - An Apple For The Teacher
(Burke - Monaco)
DLA-1782 - Los Angeles, CA - June 22, 1939 -
2640B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Still The Bluebird Sings
()
DLA-1770 - Los Angeles, CA - June 9, 1939 -


2641A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - A Man And His Dream
()
DLA-1772 - Los Angeles, CA - June 12, 1939 -
2641B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Go Fly A Kite
()
DLA-1771 - Los Angeles, CA - June 12, 1939 -


2642A Ranch Boys - Cowboy's Dream / Strawberry Roan
()
64713=C - Also Decca set A-65 - October 28, 1938 -
2642B Ranch Boys - Chisholm Trail / Yellow Rose Of Texas
()
64714 - Also Decca set A-65 - October 28, 1938 -


2643A Ranch Boys - Clmentine / Ah Sid
()
64715 - Also Decca set A-65 - October 28, 1938 -
2643B Ranch Boys - Little Old Sod Shanty On The Claim
()
C-91109 - Also Decca set A-65 - 64716=C - January 29, 1937 -


2644A Ranch Boys - Buffalo Gals
()
64717=C - Also Decca set A-65 - October 28, 1938 -
2644B Ranch Boys - Git Along Little Dogies / Little Joe The Wrnagler
()
64718=C - Also Decca set A-65 - October 28, 1938 -


2645A Ranch Boys - Bury Me Out On The Prairie / Cowboy's Lament
()
64719=D - Also Decca set A-65 - October 28, 1938 -
2645B Ranch Boys - Cowboy Jack / Red River Valley
()
C9583 - Also Decca set A-65 - 64720=D - October 19, 1934 -


2646A Ranch Boys - Big Corral / Sweet Betsy From Pike
()
64721 - Also Decca set A-65 - October 28, 1938 -
2646B Ranch Boys - Home On The Range
()
C9582 - Also Decca set A-65 - 64722 - October 19, 1934 -


2647A Clayton Mcmichen (fiddle) - Turkey In The Straw / Old Hen Cackle
()
65708 - Also Decca set A-66 - June 1, 1939 -
2647B Clayton Mcmichen (fiddle) - Old Joe Clark / Pretty Little Widder
()
65709 - Also Decca set A-66 - June 1, 1939 -


2648A Clayton Mcmichen (fiddle) - Fir In The Mountains / Ida Red / Sally Gooden
()
65710 - Also Decca set A-66 - June 1, 1939 -
2648B Clayton Mcmichen (fiddle) - Soldier's Joy / Arkansas Traveler / Mississippi
()
65711 - Also Decca set A-66 - June 1, 1939 -


2649A Clayton Mcmichen - Sourwood Mountain / Peter Went a Fishin' / Sugar in The Gourd
()
65712 - Also Decca set A-66 - June 1, 1939 -
2649B Clayton Mcmichen (fiddle) - Devil's Dream / Rickett's Hornpipe / Fisher's Hornpipe
()
65713 - Also Decca set A-66 - June 1, 1939 -


2650A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - A Man And His Dream
()
65966 - New York, NY - July 14, 1939 -
2650B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Go Fly A Kite
()
65969 - New York, NY - July 14, 1939 -


2651A Tony Martin with Victor Young Orchestra - White Sails
()
DLA-1815 - Los Angeles, CA - July 12, 1939 -
2651B Tony Martin with Victor Young Orchestra - To You
()
DLA-1821 - Los Angeles, CA - July 14, 1939 -


2652A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Oh You Crazy Moon
()
65999 - July 24, 1939 -
2652B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Melancholy Mood
()
65943 - July 10, 1939 -


2653A Bert Shefter and His Orchestra - A Toast To Paganinni's Ghost
()
65568 - May 15, 1939 -
2653B Bert Shefter and His Orchestra - Wig Wag
()
65565 - May 15, 1939 -


2654A Lawrence Duchow Red Raven Orchestra - Hortense Polka
()
91720 - May 9, 1939 -
2654B Lawrence Duchow Red Raven Orchestra - Innocence Waltz
()
91724 - May 9, 1939 -


2655A Dick Powell and Foursome / Sosnk - And He Would Whistle
()
DLA-1824 - Los Angeles, CA - July 19, 1939 -
2655B Dick Powell and Foursome - I Like Mountain Music
()
DLA-1825 - Los Angeles, CA - July 19, 1939 -


2656A Rudy Vallee - I Want My Mama
()
66029 - July 27, 1939 -
2656B Rudy Vallee - It's Way Past My Dreaming Time
()
66030 - July 27, 1939 -


2657A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Over The Rainbow vocal: Teddy Grace
(Harold Arlen - F. V. Harburg) from: MGM picture "Over The Rainbow"
65998 - July 24, 1939 - 3:09 -
2657B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - You And Your Love
()
65942 - July 10, 1939 -


2658A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Still The Bluebird Sings
()
66049 - August 2, 1939 -
2658B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Love With A Capital You
()
66048 - August 2, 1939 -


2659A Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - Drifting Down The River Of Dreams vocal: Homer Rhodes
(Jack Lawrence)
66055 - August 3, 1939 -
2659B Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - The Song Of The Metronome vocal: Homer Rhodes and Trio
(Irving Berlin) from: "Second Fiddle"
66054 - August 3, 1939 -


2660A Louis Prima's New Orleans Gang - A Good Man Is Hard To Find
(Green)
65952 - July 12, 1939 -
2660B Louis Prima's New Orleans Gang - If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
()
65953 - July 12, 1939 -


2661A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Duck Polka
()
65280A - March 26, 1939 -
2661B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Martha Waltz
()
65288A - March 26, 1939 -


2662A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - It Was A Lover And His Lass
()
C-91714 - Chicago, Il - April 20, 1939 -
2662B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Oh Mistress Mine
()
C-91715 - Chicago, Il - April 20, 1939 -


2663A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Blow, Blow Thou Winter Winds
()
C-91713 - Chicago, Il - April 20, 1939 -
2663B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Sigh No More My Ladies
()
C-91717 - Chicago, Il - April 20, 1939 -


2664A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Big Morning
()
65981 - July 18, 1939 -
2664B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Jumpin' Blues
()
65980 - July 18, 1939 -


2665A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - That Was My Heart vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
()
65448=A - April 21, 1939 -
2665B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Sugar Pie
()
65094 - March 2, 1939 -


2666A Phil Regan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra Orchestra - I'll Remember
()
DLA-1838 - Los Angeles, CA - July 28, 1939 -
2666B Phil Regan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra Orchestra - I Never Thought I'd Fall In Love Again
()
DLA-1839=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 28, 1939 -


2667A Ambrose and His Orchestra - Plain Jane
(Sid Phillips)
DR-3374 - February 28, 1939 -
2667B Ambrose and His Orchestra - Early Morning Blues
(Sid Phillips)
DR-3368 - February 28, 1939 -


2668A Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - This Heart Of Mine vocal: Don Burke
(Bert Kalmer - Harry Ruby)
66056=A - August 3, 1939 -
2668B Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - Little Old Band Of Gold vocal: Don Burke
(Gene Autry - Fred Glickman - Charles Newman)
66057=A - August 3, 1939 -


2669A Charlie Kunz (piano) - Melody Masters No.1 (part 1)
()
-
2669B Charlie Kunz (piano) - Melody Masters No.1 (part 2)
()
-


2670A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Robel Polka
()
65285 - March 26, 1939 -
2670B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Dutch Waltzes - Medley
()
65289 - March 26, 1939 -


2671A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - What's New?
()
DLA-1794 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1939 -
2671B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Girl Of My Dreams
()
DLA-1768 - Los Angeles, CA - June 9, 1939 -


2672A Judy Garland with Victor Young and His Orchestra - Over The Rainbow
(Harold Arlen - E. Y. Harburg) from: "The Wizard Of Oz"
DLA-1840 - Also Decca Set A-74-1 - Los Angeles, CA - July 28, 1939 - 2:46 2672B Judy Garland with Victor Young and His Orchestra - The Jitterbug
(Harold Arlen - E. Y. Harburg) from: "The Wizard Of Oz"
DLA-1841 - Also Decca Set A-74-2 - Los Angeles, CA - July 28, 1939 - 2:41


2673A Victor Young's Orchestra - Munchkinland part I
(Harold Arlen - E. Y. Harburg) from: "The Wizard Of Oz"
DLA-1846 - Also Decca Set A-74 - Los Angeles, CA - July 29, 1939 - 2673B Victor Young's Orchestra - Munchkinland part II
(Harold Arlen - E. Y. Harburg) from: "The Wizard Of Oz"
DLA-1847 - Also Decca Set A-74 - Los Angeles, CA - July 29, 1939 -


2674A Victor Young's Orchestra - If I Only Had A Brain
(Harold Arlen - E. Y. Harburg) from: "The Wizard Of Oz"
DLA-1845=A - Also Decca Set A-74 - Los Angeles, CA - July 29, 1939 -
2674B Victor Young's Orchestra - If I Only Had A Heart
(Harold Arlen - E. Y. Harburg) from: "The Wizard Of Oz"
DLA-1844=A - Also Decca Set A-74 - Los Angeles, CA - July 29, 1939 -


2675A Victor Young's Orchestra - Merry Old Land Of Oz
(Harold Arlen - E. Y. Harburg) from: "The Wizard Of Oz"
DLA-1848 - Also Decca Set A-74 - Los Angeles, CA - July 29, 1939 -
2675B Victor Young's Orchestra - We're Off To See The Wizard
(Harold Arlen - E. Y. Harburg) from: "The Wizard Of Oz"
DLA-1849 - Also Decca Set A-74 - Los Angeles, CA - July 29, 1939 -


2676A Bing Crosby with Victor Young Orchestra - Home On The Range
()
DLA-1778=A - Also Decca Set A-69-1- Los Angeles, CA - June 14, 1939 -
2676B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Missouri Waltz
(J. V. Eppel - F. K. Logan - J. R. Shannon)
DLA-1769A - Also Decca Set A-69-2- Los Angeles, CA - June 9, 1939 -


2677A Bing Crosby with Victor Young Orchestra - Take Me Back To My Boots And Saddle
(Samuels - Whitcup - Powell)
DLA254=A - Also Decca Set A-69-3- Los Angeles, CA - November 12, 1935 -
2677B Bing Crosby with Victor Young Orchestra - Twilight On The Trail
(Sidney D. Mitchell - Louis Alter) from: "The Trail of The Lonesome Pine"
DLA307=B- Also Decca Set A-69-4 - Los Angeles, CA - March 24, 1936 -


2678A Bing Crosby - We'll Rest At The End Of The Trail
(Fred Rose - Curt Poulton)
DLA-306=A - Also Decca Set A-69 - Los Angeles, CA - March 24, 1936 -
2678B Bing Crosby and Eddie Dunstedter at The Organ - There's A Gold Mine In The Sky
(Charles Kenny - Nick Kenny)
DLA-1051=A - Also Decca 25001-B - Decca Set A-69 - Los Angeles, CA - November 12, 1937 - 2:56


2679A Bing Crosby with Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra - I'm An Old Cowhand
(Johnny Mercer) from: "Rhythm on The Range"
DLA-442=A - A-69-7 - Los Angeles, CA - July 17, 1936 - 2:39
2679B Bing Crosby with Victor Young Orchestra - My Little Buckaroo
(M. K. Jerome - Jack Scholl) from: "Cherokee Strip"
DLA-7 46=A - Also Decca Set A-69-8 - March 8, 1937 -


2680A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - When You're Away
(Victor Herbert) from: "Only Girl"
DLA-1605 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 2, 1938 -
2680B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Thine Alone
(Victor Herbert) from: "Eileen"
DLA-1608 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 2, 1938 -


2681A Frances Langford with Victor Young Orchestra - A Kiss In The Dark
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1627 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 9, 1938 -
2681B Frances Langford with Victor Young Orchestra - Neath The Southern Moon
(Victor Herbert) from: "Naughty Marieta"
DLA-1626 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 9, 1938 -


2682A Florence George with Victor Young Orchestra - Kiss Me Again
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1818=A - Los Angeles, CA - Los Angeles, CA - July 14, 1939 -
2682B Victor Young Orchestra - I Want You To Marry Me
(Victor Herbert) from: "Red Mill"
DLA-1684 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -


2683A Rudy Vallee with Victor Young Orchestra - Moondeams
(Victor Herbert) from: "Kiss Me Again"
DLA-1694 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 19, 1938 -
2683B Victor Young Orchestra - To The Land Of My Own Romance
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1681 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1938 -


2684A Victor Young's Orchestra - Punchinella
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1650 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -
2684B Victor Young's Orchestra - Pan Americana
(Victor Herbert)
DLA-1651 - Also Decca Set A-72 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1938 -


2685A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Love Is Best Of All
(Victor Herbert) from: "Princess Pat"
65730 - Also Decca Set A-73 - June 5, 1939 -
2685B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Miss Dolly Dollars
(Victor Herbert)
65732 - Also Decca Set A-73 - June 5, 1939 -


2686A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Badinage
(Victor Herbert)
65733 - Also Decca Set A-73 - June 5, 1939 -
2686B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Fleurette
(Victor Herbert)
65729 - Also Decca Set A-73 - June 5, 1939 -


2687A* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Jeanette And Her Little Wooden Shoes
(Victor Herbert)
65736 - Also Decca Set A-73-5 - June 5, 1939 -
2687B* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Air De Ballet
(Victor Herbert)
65731 - Also Decca Set A-73-6 - June 5, 1939 -


2688A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Habanera / Vaquero's Song
(Victor Herbert) from: "Natoma" 65734 - Also Decca Set A-73 - June 5, 1939 -
2688B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Al Fresco
(Victor Herbert) from: "It Happened In Nordland"
65735 - Also Decca Set A-73 - June 5, 1939 -


2689A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Suite Of Serenades: Spanish Serenade
(Victor Herbert)
65737 - Also Decca Set A-73 - June 5, 1939 -
2689B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Suite Of Serenades: Cuban Serenade
(Victor Herbert)
65738 - Also Decca Set A-73 - June 5, 1939 -


2690A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Say It With Music
(Irving Berlin)
65781 - Also Decca Set A-70 - New York, NY - June 13, 1939 -
2690B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Lady Of The Evening
( Irving Berlin)
65782 - Also Decca Set A-70 - New York, NY - June 13, 1939 -


2691A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - All Alone
(Irving Berlin)
65783 - Also Decca Set A-70 - New York, NY - June 13, 1939 -
2691B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Remember
(Irving Berlin)
65784 - Also Decca Set A-70 - New York, NY - June 13, 1939 -


2692A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Easter Parade vocal: Joan Edwards
(Irving Berlin)
65579 - Also Decca Set A-70 - New York, NY - May 16, 1939 -
2692B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Say It Isn't So vocal: Joan Edwards
(Irving Berlin)
65580 - Also Decca Set A-70 - New York, NY - May 16, 1939 -


2693A Joan Edwards - How Deep In The Ocean
(Irving Berlin)
65582 - Also Decca Set A-70 - New York, NY - May 16, 1939 -
2693B Joan Edwards - Russian Lullaby
(Irving Berlin)
65583 - Also Decca Set A-70 - New York, NY - May 16, 1939 -


2694A Paul Whiteman's Woodwinds - Crinoline Days
(Irving Berlin)
65866 - Also Decca Set A-70 - June 22, 1939 -
2694B Paul Whiteman's Woodwinds - Tell Me Little Gypsy
(Irving Berlin)
65865 - Also Decca Set A-70 - June 22, 1939 -


2695A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Alexander's Ragtime Band
(Irving Berlin)
65574 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - May 15, 1939 - 3:04 -
2695B Paul Whiteman Modernaires - Nobody Knows
(Irving Berlin)
65862 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - June 22, 1939 - 2:54 -


2696A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Lazy
(Irving Berlin)
65581 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - May 16, 1939 -
2696B Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Mandy
(Irving Berlin)
65370 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - April 8, 1939 -


2697A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Heat Wave
(Irving Berlin)
65358 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - April 6, 1939 -
2697B Paul Whiteman's Bouncing Brass - Home Again Blues
(Irving Berlin)
65359 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - April 6, 1939 -


2698A Paul Whiteman Sax Soctette - Blue Skies
(Irving Berlin)
65362 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - April 7, 1939 -
2698B Paul Whiteman's Sax Soctette - What'll I Do?
(Irving Berlin)
65363 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - April 7, 1939 -


2699A Paul Whiteman's Swing Strings - A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody
(Irving Berlin)
65292 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - March 25, 1939 -
2699B Paul Whiteman's Swing Strings - Soft Lights And Sweet Music
(Irving Berlin)
65291 - Also Decca Set A-71 - New York, NY - March 25, 1939 -




Decca (USA) 2700 - 2799 Popular Series



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2700A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Medley Of Gus Edwards Song Hits with The Music Maids
1) School Days 2) Sunbonnet Sue 3) Jimmy Valentine 4) If I Was A Millionaire
1) ASCAP: 190080923 - ISWC: Not Assigned
2) ASCAP: 494809295 - ISWC: Not Assigned
3) ASCAP:
4) ASCAP: 498022092 - ISWC: T0701736880
(Gus Edwards) from: Parmount Pictures "The Star Maker" 1939
DLA-1796=A - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1939 - 3:06 -
2700B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - In My Merry Oldsmobile
ASCAP: 390601384 - ISWC: T0711840980
(Gus Edwards - Vincent Bryan) from: Parmount Pictures "The Star Maker"
DLA-1797=A - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1939 - 2:21 -


2701A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - My Last Goodbye
()
66116=A - August 16, 1939 -
2701B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - In An 18th Century Drawing Room
ASCAP: 885074413 - ISWC: T9098351703
(Raymond Scott)
66114 - August 16, 1939 -


2702A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - It's Funny To Everyone But Me
()
66084 - New York, NY - August 14, 1939 -
2702B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - One Sweet Letter From You
ASCAP: 450041142 - ISWC: T0701593330
(Harry Warren - Lew Brown - Sidney Clare)
66082 - New York, NY - August 14, 1939 -


2703A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Day In, Day Out vocal: Helen Ward
ASCAP: 340017814 - ISWC: T0700385096
(John H. "Johnny" Mercer - Rube Bloom)
66000BB - July 24, 1939 -
2703B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Cherry vocal: Milton "Nappy" Lamare
ASCAP: 332310539 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Donald Redman)
64932A - January 23, 1939 -


2704A Lani McIntyre and Bush Quartet - Sweet Little Sweetheart
()
DLA-1859 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1939 -
2704B Lani McIntyre and Bush Quartet - Aloha Angel
()
DLA-1855 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1939 -


2705A Lani McIntyre and Bush Quartet - Way Down In Hawaii
()
DLA-1854 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1939 -
2705B Lani McIntyre and Bush Quartet - Next Door To Heaven
()
DLA-1857 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1939 -


2706A Lani McIntyre and Bush Quartet - At Waikiki
()
DLA-1856 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1939 -
2706B Lani McIntyre and Bush Quartet - Clouds Across The Moon
()
DLA-1858 - Los Angeles, CA - August 1, 1939 -


2707A Ink Spots - Address Unknown
()
66120 - New York, NY - August 17, 1939 -
2707B Ink Spots - You Bring Me Down
()
66118 - New York, NY - August 17, 1939 -


2708A Rudy Vallee - Lydia, The Tatooed Lady
()
66028 - July 27, 1939 -
2708B Rudy Vallee - Out Of This World
()
66031 - July 27, 1939 -


2709A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Prelude In C Sharp Minor
ASCAP: 760274368 - ISWC: T9167916930
(Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff)
66076 - August 13, 1939 -
2709B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Love Grows On The White Oak Tree vocal: Pee Wee Hunt
()
66079 - August 13, 1939 -


2710A Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Liebesleid (Love's Sorrow)
ASCAP: 120044835 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Fritz Kreisler)
65476 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -
2710B Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Liebesfreud (Love's Joy)
ASCAP: 120044826 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Fritz Kreisler)
65479 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -


2711A Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Caprice Viennois (Cradle song)
ASCAP (Fritz Kreisler)
65484 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -
2711B Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Marche Miniature Viennois
ASCAP: 430504439 - ISWC: T0701182800
(Fritz Kreisler)
65478 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -


2712A Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - The Old Refrain
(Fritz Kreisler (c) - (l) Alice Mattullath)
65481 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -
2712B Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Polichinelle - Serenade
(Fritz Kreisler)
65482 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -


2713A Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Tambourln Chinois
ASCAP: 200049796 - ISWC: T9127501488
(Fritz Kreisler)
65483 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -
2713B Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Syncopation
ASCAP: 490187554 - ISWC: T0701391174
(Fritz Kreisler)
65480 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -


2714A Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Schon Rosmarin
ASCAP: 190087417 - ISWC: T0714321182
(Fritz Kreisler)
65477 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -
2714B Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - La gitana (Arabo-Spanish Gypsy song)
ASCA: 70004134 - ISWC: T8006397281
(Fritz Kreisler)
65485 - Also Decca set A-67 - April 27, 1939 -


2715A Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Hail To Antranic
(Armenian Patriotic Song)
65296 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -
2715B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Wedding Dance
(Armenian Folk Song)
65302 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -


2716A Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Sweetheart
(Armenian Folk Song)
65301 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -
2716B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - The Morning Tea / The Fruit Vendor
(Armenian Folk Song)
65299 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -


2717A Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Lullaby
(Armenian Folk Song)
65300 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -
2717B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Rangui / Tashu Tchors
(Armenian Dances)
65297 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -


2718A Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - The Stork
(Armenian Folk Song)
65294 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -
2718B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - The Sweet Vendor / Down In The Valley
(Armenian Folk Song)
65295 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -


2719A Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Armenian Air / Little House
(Armenian Folk Song)
65298 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -
2719B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Bosporus
(Armenian Folk Song)
65303 - Also Decca set A-68 - March 28, 1939 -


2720A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Just For A Thrill
(Xavier Cugat - Fausto Curbelo - Harold Adamson)
66123 - August 17, 1939 -
2720B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - The Thrill Of A New Romance
(Xavier Cugat - Fausto Curbelo - Harold Adamson)
66125=A - August 17, 1939 -


2721A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - My Last Goodbye
()
66134 - August 18, 1939 -
2721B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Heart Of Mine vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
()
63694=A - May 2, 1938 -


2722A Count Basie (Fred Green, Walter Page, Joe Jones) - Hey Lawdy Mama ("Oh Lordy Mama")
(Amos Easton)
64733A - November 9, 1938 -
2722B Count Basie (Fred Green, Walter Page, Joe Jones) - The Fives
(R. M. Jones - J. Mayo Williams)
64734A - November 9, 1938 -


2723A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - I Wanna" Go Where You Go - Do What You Do Then I'll Be Happy
ASCAP:: 390077835 - ISWC: T0709046150
(Cliff Friend - Sidney Claire - Lew Brown)
65249 - New York, NY - March 23, 1939 - 2:29 -
2723B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Dunkin' A Doughnut
ASCAP: 340294819 - ISWC: T0708901603
(Mary Lou Williams)
64781=A - New York, NY - December 5, 1938 - 2:54 -


2724A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - For Tonight
()
66110 - August 16, 1939 -
2724B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - I'll Remember
()
66111 - August 16, 1939 -


2725A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Tiger Rag
()
CE9099 - London UK - May 6, 1938 -
2725B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Drummer Man From Dixie
()
CE9229 - London UK - June 30, 1938 -


2726A Roman Gosz and His Orchestra - Morning Star Polka
()
91729 - May 15, 1939 -
2726B Roman Gosz and His Orchestra - Romy's Laendler
()
91730 - May 15, 1939 -


2727A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - So Many Time
()
66083 - New York, NY - August 14, 1939 -
2727B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Take A Tip From The Whippoorwill
()
66085 - New York, NY - August 14, 1939 -


2728A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Rosetta
(Earl Hines)
66051 - August 2, 1939 -
2728B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Love Me
()
66050 - August 2, 1939 -


2729A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Baby, Won't You Please Come Home?
()
65824 - June 15, 1939 -
2729B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Shanty Boat On The Mississippi
()
65826 - June 15, 1939 -


2730A Bob Howard and His Orchestra - You Better Come Back
()
64233 - New York, NY - June 27, 1938 -
2730B Bob Howard and His Orchestra - Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now
()
64344 - New York, NY - July 26, 1938 -


2731A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - South Of The Border vocal: Donald King
(Michael Carr - Jimmy Kenndey)
66112 - ASCAP: 490118806 - ISWC: T0116000099 - August 16, 1939 -
2731B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Out Of Port vocal: Donal King
(Ira Schuster - Paul Cunningham)
66113 - ASCAP: 450059277 - ISWC: T9145616882 - August 16, 1939 -


2732A Ambrose and His Orchestra - My Prayer
(Georges Boulanger (C) - (L) Jimmy B. Kennedy) 1939
3681 - ASCAP: 430130495 - ISWC: T8020574044 -
2732B Ambrose and His Orchestra - South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way) vocal: Denny Dennis
(Jimmy Kennedy - Michael Carr)
3612 - ASCAP: 490118806 - ISWC: T0116000099 - June 8, 1939 - 3:10 -


2733A Peter Muller's Band - Waterboy Polka
()
65529 - May 2, 1939 -
2733B Peter Muller's Band - Pretty Peasant Girl Polka
()
65530 - May 2, 1939 -


2734A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Blue Orchids
(Hoagy Carmichael)
66221 - August 29, 1939 - 3:20
2734B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise piano: Joe Sullivan
(Eugene Lockhart - Ernest Seitz)
66222 - August 29, 1939 - 2:51 -


2735A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Body And Soul vocal: Bob Eberly
(John "Jonny" W. Green - Edward Heyman - Robert B. Sour)
65880=A - New York, NY - June 23, 1939 - 3:00 -
2735B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Dixeland Detour
()
65968=A - New York, NY - July 14, 1939 -


2736A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - An Angel In A Furnished Room
()
66124=A - August 17, 1939 -
2736B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Marcheta
()
66133=A - August 17, 1939 -


2737A Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Shades Of Grey vocal: W. Gregg
()
65990 - July 19, 1939 -
2737B Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - A Lonely Gondolier vocal: Wayne Gregg
()
65991 - July 19, 1939 -


2738A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - It's A Hundred To One
()
66225=A - August 29, 1939 -
2738B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - The Paper Picker
()
66226=A - August 29, 1939 -


2739A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Vol Vistu Gaily Star vocal: George "Bon Bon" Tunnell
(Bud Green - Glim Gaillard)
66224=A - August 29, 1939 -
2739B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Twilight Interlude
()
66223=A - August 29, 1939 -


2740A Billy Kyle Trio - Finishin' Up A Date
(Billy Kyle)
65628 - May 23, 1939 -
2740B Billy Kyle (piano) - Between Sets
(Billy Kyle)
65629=A - May 23, 1939 -


2741A Freddie Fischer - They Go Wild, Simply Wild Over Me
()
91705 - April 11, 1939 -
2741B Freddie Fischer - At The Moving Picture Ball
()
91707 - April 11, 1939 -


2742A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Home Coming Waltz
()
91747 - May 22, 1939 -
2742B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Jolly Lumber Jack Polka
()
91748 - May 22, 1939 -


2743A Ambrose and His Orchestra - Hullabaloo
()
DR-3369 - February 28, 1939 -
2743B Ambrose and His Orchestra - The Penguin
()
DR-3659 - June 17, 1939 -


2744A Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Maui Chimes
()
DLA-1762 - De 25183, De X 1919(Aus)
Los Angeles, CA - June 3, 1939 -
2744B Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Hilo March
(Joseph Kapaeau AEU)
DLA-1761 - De 25183 - Los Angeles, CA - June 3, 1939 -


2745A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Comes Love
()
66269 - New York, NY - September 5, 1939 -
2745B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Let's Make Memories Tonight
()
66265 - New York, NY - September 5, 1939 -


2746A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - I'll Remember
()
66117 - August 16, 1939 -
2746B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Garden Party
()
66115 - August 16, 1939 -


2747A Frances Langford / H.Sosnik - Am I Blue?
()
DLA-1804 - Los Angeles, CA - July 3, 1939 -
2747B Frances Langford / H.Sosnik - Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
()
DLA-1807 - Los Angeles, CA - July 3, 1939 -


2748A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Shadows
()
66081 - August 13, 1939 -
2748B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Beautiful Love vocal: KS
()
66077 - August 13, 1939 -


2749A Louis Prima's New Orleans Gang - Of Thee I Sing
()
65954 - July 12, 1939 -
2749B Louis Prima's New Orleans Gang - Sweet And Low Down
()
65955 - July 12, 1939 -


2750A Leo Watson and His Orchestra - The Man With The Mandolin
()
66167 - August 22, 1939 -
2750B Leo Watson and His Orchestra - Utt Da Zay
()
66168 - August 22, 1939 -


2751A Three Peppers - Smile Up At The Sun
()
65617 - May 22, 1939 -
2751B Three Peppers - Pepperism
()
65621 - May 22, 1939 -


2752A Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Sugar Foot Stomp
(Oliver)
CE-8814 - London UK - December 16, 1937 -
2752B Harry Roy Tiger-Ragamuffins - I've Found A New Baby
(Palmer - Williams)
CE-7874 - London UK - October 8, 1936 -


2753A Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Hawaii Sang Me To Sleep
()
66206 - August 28, 1939 -
2753B Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Maui Girl Waltz
(Ignacio Libornio)
6 6207 - August 28, 1939 -


2754A Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Till We Meet Again Waltz
()
66208 - August 28, 1939 -
2754B Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Let The Rest Of The World Go By
()
66209 - August 28, 1939 -


2755A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Ping Pong Polka
()
65287 - March 26, 1939 -
2755B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Harvester Polka
()
65290 - March 26, 1939 -


2756A Andrews Sisters - The Jumping Jive
(Cab Calloway - F. Froeba - J. Palmer)
66591=A - New York, NY - September 15, 1939 -
2756B Andrews Sisters - Chico's Love Song
()
66592=A - New York, NY - September 15, 1939 -


2757A Deanna Durbin ane Charles Previn - Because
()
DLA-1810 - Also Decca Set A-75 - Los Angeles, CA - July 7, 1939 -
2757B Deanna Durbin and Charles Previn - Ave Maria
()
DLA-1756 - Also Decca Set A-75 - Los Angeles, CA - April 5, 1939 -


2758A Deanna Durbin with Charles Previn - The Last Rose Of Summer
(Moore)
DLA-1811 - Also Decca Set A-75 - Los Angeles, CA - July 7, 1939 -
2758B Deanna Durbin with Charles Previn - Home Sweet Home
(Bishop - Payne) from: "First Love"
DLA-1812 - Also Decca Set A-75 - Los Angeles, CA - July 7, 1939 -


2759A Merry Macs - Vol Vistu Gaily Star
()
66270 - September 5, 1939 -
2759B Merry Macs - My Cat Fell In The Well
(Shand - Mills - Robertson)
66273 - September 5, 1939 -


2760A Dick Powell and Foursome - Good Fellows Medley
()
DLA-1827 - Los Angeles, CA - July 19, 1939 -
2760B Dick Powell and Foursome - Jingle Bells
()
DLA-1826=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 19, 1939 -


2761A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Are You Havin' Any Fun?
()
66266=B - New York, NY - September 5, 1939 -
2761B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Melancholy Lullaby
()
66268 - New York, NY - September 5, 1939 -


2762A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - For Tonight
()
66529 - September 11, 1939 -
2762B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Put That Down In Writing
()
66531 - September 11, 1939 -


2763A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Lilacs In The Rain
(Peter DeRose - Mitchell Parish)
66293 - September 6, 1939 -
2763B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - What Used To Was Used To Was (Now It Ain't) vocal: Teddy Grace
(Sammy Cahn - Saul Chaplin - David Meyerowitz)
66292 - September 6, 1939 - 2:59 -


2764A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - I Must Have One More Kiss, Kiss, Kiss vocal: Carolyn Clarke
(Al Hoffman - Al Goodhart - Manny Kurtz)
66504=A - September 7, 1939 -
2764B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Sweet Monments
(Russ Morgan/Dave Franklin)
66502=A - September 7, 1939 -


2765A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - What Good Will It Do?
()
66241 - August 30, 1939 -
2765B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Baby Me
()
66242 - August 30, 1939 -


2766A Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - Stop Kicking My Heart Around vocal: Don Burke
(George Jessel - Paul Fredericks)
66514 - September 8, 1939 -
2766B Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - Each Time You Say Goodbye vocal: Homer Rhodes
(Phil Ohman - Foster Carling) from: "Lady of The Tropics"
66513 - September 8, 1939 -


2767A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Scatter Brain vocal: Carmen Lombardo - Larry Owens - Fred Higman
(Keene - Bean - Masters - Burke)
66640 - September 12, 1939 -
2767B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - At Least You Could Say Hello
()
66639 - September 12, 1939 -


2768A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - South Of The Border
(Michael Carr - Jimmy Kenndey)
66638 - ASCAP: 490118806 - ISWC: T0116000099 - September 12, 1939 -
2768B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Old Mill Wheel
()
66642 - September 12, 1939 -


2769A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Please Tell The Truth
()
66136 - August 18, 1939 -
2769B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Billy
()
66135 - August 18, 1939 -


2770A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - The Last Two Weeks In July
()
66636=A - September 23, 1939 -
2770B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Stop! It's Wonderful
()
66635=A - September 23, 1939 -


2771A* Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - (Alla En) El Rancho Grande (My Ranch) vocal: George "Bon Bon" Tunnell
(Emilio D. Urange - J. Del Moral - Bartley Costello)
66637=A - September 23, 1939 - 2:55
2771B* Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - 7 20 In The Books vocal: George "Bon Bon" Tunnell
(Jan Savitt - John Watson - Harold Adamson)
66634=A - COR80108 - September 23, 1939 - 2:52


2772A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - If I Knew Then
()
66672 - September 26, 1939 -
2772B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blue Dawn vocal: Woody Herman
()
66674 - New York, NY - September 26, 1939 -


2773A Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - Bless You vocal: Don Burke
(Eddie Lane - Don Baker)
66512 - September 8, 1939 -
2773B Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - It's All Over Town vocal: Don Burke
(Teddy Powell - Leonard Whitcup)
66515 - September 8, 1939 -


2774A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Why Don't I Get Wise To Myself?
()
65252 - March 23, 1939 -
2774B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Say It Again
()
64785 - December 6, 1938 -


2775A Bing Crosby and Dick McIntire - My Isle Of Golden Dreams
()
DLA-1775 - Los Angeles, CA - June 13, 1939 -
2775B Bing Crosby and Dick McIntire - To You Sweetheart, Aloha
(Harry Owens)
DLA-1774 - Los Angeles, CA - June 13, 1939 -


2776A* Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Can I Help It vocal: Bob Crosby
(Jimmy Van Heusen - Edgar De Lange)
66539=A - September 11, 1939 -
2776B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Little Man Who Wasn't There vocal: Teddy Grace
(Harold Adamson - Bernard Hanighen)
66666 - September 25, 1939 -


2777A* Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Tumbling Tumbleweeds vocal: Kenny Sargent
(Bob Nolan)
66078 - August 13, 1939 - 3:05
2777B* Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Through (How Can You Say We/re Throught) vocal: Kenny Sargent
(John McCarthy - James V. Monaco)
66080 - August 13, 1939 - 2:46


2778A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Johnson Rag
(Hall - Kleinkauf - Lawrence)
66501 - September 7, 1939 -
2778B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - China-Doll Parade
()
64867 - January 9, 1939 -


2779A Ambrose - Mexicali Rose
()
-
2779B Ambrose - The Donkey Serenade
()
-


2780A Count Basie and His Rhythm - Oh Red
(Joe McCoy)
64954=A - January 26, 1939 - 2:54 -
2780B Count Basie (piano) Fare Thee Honey, Fare Thee Well
(Alston)
64955 - BR80150 - January 26, 1939 -


2781A Bud Freeman Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Satanic Blues
(Larry Shields - Emile Christian)
66606=A - New York, NY - September 18, 1939 -
2781B Bud Freeman Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - The Sail Fish
(Bud Freeman)
66604=A - New York, NY - September 18, 1939 -


2782A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Don't Wait Till The Night Before Christmas
(Abel Baer - Sam Lewis)
66614 - September 19, 1939 -
2782B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - That's What I Want For Christmas
(Gerald Marks - I.Caesar)
66613 - September 19, 1939 -


2783A Decca Salon Orchestra - Silent Night, Holy Night
()
66568 - September 13, 1939 -
2783B Decca Salon Orchestra - The First Noel
()
66570 - September 13, 1939 -


2784A Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
()
66569 - September 13, 1939 -
2784B Decca Salon Orchestra - O Come, All Ye Faithful
()
66571 - September 13, 1939 -


2785A Lawrence Duchow Red Raven Orchestra - Merry Month Of May Polka
()
91719 - May 9, 1939 -
2785B Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Jager March Waltz
()
91722 - May 9, 1939 -


2786A Victor Sylvester's Orchestra - To You, Sweetheart, Aloha
(Harry Owens)
-
2786B Victor Sylvester's Orchestra - Sleep Tight
()
-


2787A Jose Morand and His Orchestra - South American Way
()
66566 - September 12, 1939 -
2787B Jose Morand and His Orchestra - Mexicongo
()
66567 - September 12, 1939 -


2788A Tony Martin and Abe Lyman Orchestra - South Of The Border
(Michael Carr - Jimmy Kenndey)
66669=A - ASCAP: 490118806 - ISWC: T0116000099 - September 26, 1939 -
2788B Tony Martin and Abe Lyman Orchestra - Does Your Heart Beat For Me?
()
66668 - September 26, 1939 -


2789A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Washington And Lee Swing
(Thornton Allen - Mark Sheafe)
66662 - COR60100 - September 25, 1939 -
2789B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Peruna
()
66663 - COR56000 - September 25, 1939 -


2790A Ink Spots - My Prayer
()
66608 - New York, NY - September 18, 1939 -
2790B Ink Spots - Give Her My Love
()
66609=A - New York, NY - September 18, 1939 -


2791A Tony Martin and Abe Lyman Orchestra - Day In, Day Out
()
66671 - September 26, 1939 -
2791B Tony Martin and Abe Lyman Orchestra - Lilacs In The Rain
()
66670 - September 26, 1939 -


2792A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - If What You Say Is True
()
66707=A - October 4, 1939 -
2792B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Stranger Things Have Happened
()
66711=A - October 4, 1939 -


2793A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Jiminy Cricket
()
66719 - October 4, 1939 -
2793B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Monstro The Whale
()
66720 - October 4, 1939 -


2794A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - GooDY Goodbye
()
66717 - October 4, 1939 -
2794B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Two Blind Loves
()
66718 - October 4, 1939 -


2795A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Who Told You I Cared?
()
66705 - October 3, 1929 -
2795B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - The Chimes Of Notre Dame
()
66706 - October 3, 1829 -


2796A Mary Lou Williams - The Pearls
()
64662 - September 14, 1938 -
2796B Mary Lou Williams - The Rocks
()
64665 - September 14, 1938 -


2797A Mary Lou Williams - Mr. Freddie Blues
(Freddie Shayne)
64663=A - September 14, 1938 -
2797B Mary Lou Williams - Sweet Patunia
(Rogan - Williams - Alexander)
64664=A - September 14, 1938 -


2798 Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Solitude
(De Lange - Mills - Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington)
CE9498 - London UK - December 14, 1938 -
2798 Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Blue Rhythm Of The Blues
()
CE9501 - London UK - December 14, 1938 -


2799A Al Duffy Four - La Espagnola
()
63233 - January 31, 1938 -
2799B Al Duffy Four - Funiculi, Funicula
()
63231 - January 31, 1938 -







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2800A Andrews Sisters - Ciribiribin
()
66632 - New York, NY - September 20, 1939 -
2800B Andrews Sisters - Yodelin' Jive
()
66633 - New York, NY - September 20, 1939 -


2801A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Parade Of The Little White Mice
()
66756 - October 12, 1939 -
2801B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Who Told You I Cared?
()
66757 - October 12, 1939 -


2802A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Blue Rain
()
66747 - October 10, 1939 -
2802B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Out Of Space vocal: KS
()
66749 - October 10, 1939 -


2803A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Savory Eight - It's My Turn Now
()
62897 - December 21, 1937 -
2803B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Coochi, Coochi, Coo vocal: Ella Fitzgerald
()
65447 - April 21, 1939 - 2:57


2804A Mills Brothers - Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland
()
64935 - January 24, 1939 -
2804B Mills Brothers - Asleep In The Deep
(Petrie)
64224=A - June 20, 1938 -


2805A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Good Morning
()
66710=A - October 4, 1939 -
2805B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Many Dreams Ago
()
66712=A - October 4, 1939 -


2806A Terry Powell and His Orchestra - Teddy's Boogie Woogie
(Teddy Powell/Ben Homer)
66734=A - Br(E) 2904 - New York, NY - October 6, 1939 -
2806B Terry Powell and His Orchestra - Jamaica Jam
(Fred Norman/Teddy Powell)
66736=A - BR80123; BR(E) 3120 - New York, NY - October 6, 1939 -


2807A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I Only Want A Buddy, Not A Sweetheart
()
66612 - September 19, 1939 -
2807B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Who Did You Meet Last Night?
()
65606 - May 19, 1939 -


2808A Lew Stone Band - Canadian Pacific
()
-
2808B Lew Stone Band - Clockmaker's Nightmare
()
-


2809A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - If What You Say Is True
()
66703 - October 3, 1929 -
2809B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Seventeen
()
66704 - October 3, 1929 -


2810A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - My Prayer vocal: Bob Eberly
()
66787 - New York, NY - October 20, 1939 -
2810B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - You're The Greatest Discovery vocal: Helen O'Connor
()
66788 - New York, NY - October 20, 1939 -


2811A Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Hula Lolo
(Aggie Auld)
DLA-1765A 0 De X 1847(Aus) - Los Angeles, CA - June 3, 1939 -
2811B Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - My Hawaiian Souvenir
(Charles E. King - Bert H. Carlson)
DLA-1766A - De X 1847(Aus) - Los Angeles, CA - June 3, 1939 -


2812A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Last Night
()
66667 - September 25, 1939 -
2812B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - I Thought About You
()
66791 - October 23, 1939 -


2813A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - I Didn't Know What Time It Was
()
66786=A - New York, NY - October 20, 1939 -
2813B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Love Never Went To College
()
66785 - New York, NY - October 20, 1939 -


2814A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - A Table In The Corner
()
66789 - New York, NY - October 20, 1939 -
2814B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - If I Had You vocal: Bob Eberly
()
66267 - New York, NY - September 5, 1939 -


2815A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Speaking Of Heaven vocal: Jerry Perkins
()
66782 - October 18, 1939 -
2815B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Make With The Kisses
()
66783 - October 18, 1939 -


2816A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - My Wubba Dolly
()
C-91839 - Chicago, Il - October 12, 1939 -
2816B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - You're Gonna-Lose Your Gal
()
C-91836 - Chicago, Il - October 12, 1939 -


2817A Woody HerMan and His Orchestra - I'm Coming, Virginia
(Not Given)
- 66673 - New York, NY - September 26, 1939 -
2817B Woody HerMan and His Orchestra - Midnight Echoes
(Not Given)
65979 - July 18, 1939 -


2818A Milt Herth Trio - Scatter Brain
()
C-91842 - October 13, 1939 -
2818B Milt Herth Trio - Church Mouse On A Spree
()
C-91830=B - Dem30300 - October 10, 1939 -


2819A Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Little Sally Water
()
66774 - October 16, 1939 -
2819B Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Love Gave Me You
()
66776 - October 16, 1939 -


2820A Roman Gosz Band - Oh No Polka
()
91731 - May 15, 1939 -
2820B Roman Gosz Band - Of Olden Days Laendler
()
91732 - May 15, 1939 -


2821A Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Indian Summer
()
66708 - October 4, 1939 -
2821B Jan Savitt and His Top Hatters - Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart
()
66709=A - October 4, 1939 -


2822A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Flower Of Dawn
()
66799=A - October 26, 1939 -
2822B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Vagabond Dreams
()
66802=A - October 26, 1939 -


2823A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Girl With The Pigtails In Her Hair
()
66801 - October 26, 1939 -
2823B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Wedding Of The Wooden Soldier
()
66800 - October 26, 1939 -


2824A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Happy Birthday To Love
()
66792 - October 23, 1939 -
2824B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - The Answer Is Love
()
66794 - October 23, 1939 - 2825A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Till We Meet Again
()
66601 - September 18, 1939 -
2825B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - The Love Nest
()
66664 - September 25, 1939 -


2826A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Baby What Else Can I Do
()
C-91838 - Chicago, Il - October 12, 1939 -
2826B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - After I Say I'm Sorry
()
C-91837 - Chicago, Il - October 12, 1939 -


2827A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Comes Love
(Lew Brown - C.Tobias - Sam Stept)
66805=A - October 27, 1939 -
2827B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Are You Having Any Fun?
(Sammy Fain - Jack Yellen)
66804=A - October 27, 1939 -


2828A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Hello, Mister Kringle
()
66806=A - October 27, 1939 -
2828B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Somebody Told Me They Loved Me
()
66243=B - August 30, 1939 -


2829A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - That Old Gang Of Mine
()
66722 - October 4, 1939 -
2829B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Back To Smokey Mountain
()
66728=A - October 5, 1939 -


2830A Royal Rhythm Boys - In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town
()
66465 - October 29, 1939 -
2830B Royal Rhythm Boys - Beat It Out, Bumpin' Boy
(Gilmore - Clarence Williams)
66467=A - October 29, 1939 -


2831A Gerald Marks and Frank Luther - Songs Of Safety: Automobile Has Two Big Eyes
()
66768 - October 16, 1939 -
2831B Frank Luther with Gerald Marks - Songs Of Safety (part 2)
()
66769 - October 16, 1939 -


2832A Frank Luther with Gerald Marks - Songs Of Safety(part 3)
()
66770 - October 16, 1939 -
2832B Frank Luther with Gerald Marks - Songs Of Safety (part 4)
()
66771 - October 16, 1939 -


2833A Frank Luther with Gerald Marks - Songs Of Safety (part 5)
()
66772 - October 16, 1939 -
2833B Frank Luther with Gerald Marks - Songs Of Safety (part 6)
()
66773 - October 16, 1939 -


2834A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Bluebirds In The Moonlight
()
66817 - November 1, 1939 -
2834B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - It's A Hap Hap Happy Day
()
66819 - November 1, 1939 -


2835A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Faithful Forever
()
66818 - November 1, 1939 -
2835B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Rollin' Stone
()
66643 - September 12, 1939 -


2836A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - It's A Wonderful World
()
66821 - November 5, 1939 -
2836B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Honestly
()
66824 - November 5, 1939 -


2837A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Tomorrow Night
()
66828 - New York, NY - November 3, 1939 -
2837B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - You're A Lucky Guy vocal: Helen O'Conner
()
66827 - New York, NY - November 3, 1939 -


2838A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - On A Little Street In Singapore
()
66825 - New York, NY - November 3, 1939 -
2838B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - My Silent Mood vocal: Bob Eberly
()
66826 - New York, NY - November 3, 1939 -


2839A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - It's A Whole New Thing vocal: Teddy Grace
(James V. Monaco - Charles Newman)
66830A - November 6, 1939 -
2839B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Angry vocal: Teddy Grace
(Macum/Cassard - Henry and Merritt Brunies)
66831A - November 6, 1939 -


2840A Andrews Sisters - Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!
()
66498=A - New York, NY - November 9, 1939 -
2840B Andrews Sisters - South American Way
()
66499=A - New York, NY - November 9, 1939 -


2841A Ink Spots - Bless You
()
66753 - New York, NY - October 11, 1939 -
2841B Ink Spots - I Don't Want Sympathy, I Want Love
()
66119 - New York, NY - August 17, 1939 -


2842A Merry Macs - In The Mood
()
66497=A - November 9, 1939 -
2842B Merry Macs - Shoot The Sherbet To Me, Herbert
()
66496 - November 9, 1939 -


2843A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Missouri Waltz
()
66820 - November 1, 1939 -
2843B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - That Naughty Waltz
()
66754 - October 12, 1939 -


2844A Paul Whiteman's Modernaires - Piggy Wiggy Woo
()
66862 - November 10, 1939 -
2844B Paul Whiteman's Modernaires - Broom Dance
()
66859 - November 10, 1939 -


2845A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Oh! Johnny, Oh! Johnny, Oh!
()
66495 - November 9, 1939 -
2845B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Lilacs In The Rain
()
66803 - October 27, 1939 -


2846A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - One, Two, Three Kick
()
66838 - November 7, 1939 -
2846B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Tonight Perfidia
()
66837 - November 7, 1939 -


2847A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - After All vocal: George "Bon Bon" Tunnell
(Bud Green - Guy Wood)
66823=A - November 5, 1939 -
2847B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Maid Of The Mist
(Don Tiefenthal - Hoagy Carmichael)
66822=A - November 5, 1939 - 3:13


2848A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Boogie Woogie Maxixe
()
66220 - DE3382 - August 29, 1937 -
2848B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - High Society
(Piron - Williams)
66701 - COR60020 - October 2, 1939 -


2849A Bud Freeman Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - As Long As I live
(Harold Arlen - Ted Koehler)
66603=A - New York, NY - September 18, 1939 -
2849B Bud Freeman Summa Cum Laude Orchestra - Sunday
(Miller - Cohn - Stein - Krueger)
66605=A - New York, NY - September 18, 1939 -


2850A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Kiss Me Again
(Victor Herbert) from: "Mme Modiste"
- 66197 - Also Decca Set A-82-1 - August 25, 1939 -
2850B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Sweethearts (if you ask Where love Is found)
(Victor Herbert)
66191 - Also Decca Set A-82-2 - August 25, 1939 -


2851A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - I'm Falling In Love With Someone
(Victor Herbert) from: "Naughty Marietta"
- 66188 - Also Decca Set A-82-3 - August 25, 1939 -
2851B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - When You're Away
(Victor Herbert) from: "The Only Girl"
- 66189 - Also Decca Set A-82-4 - August 25, 1939 -


2852A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - A Kiss In The Dark
(Victor Herbert - D.C. DeSylvia)
66196 - Also Decca Set A-82-5 - August 25, 1939 -
2852B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Neath The Southern Moon
(Victor Herbert)
from: "Naughty Marietta"
- 66190 - Also Decca Set A-82-6 - August 25, 1939 -


2853A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - AH Sweet Mystery Of Life
(Victor Herbert) from: "Naughty Marietta"
66198 - Also Decca Set A-82-7 - August 25, 1939 -
2853B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - The Streets Of New York
(Victor Herbert)
66195 - Also Decca Set A-82-8 - August 25, 1939 -


2854A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Gypsy Love Song
(Victor Herbert) from: "Fortune Teller"
- 66200 - Also Decca Set A-82-9 - August 25, 1939 -
2854B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Toyland
(Victor Herbert) from: "Babes in Toyland"
- 66199 - Also Decca Set A-82-10 - August 25, 1939 -


2855A Southernaires Male Quartet - Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Negro Spirituals
()
65785 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -
2855B Southernaires Male Quartet - Go Down, Moses
()
65786 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -


2856A Southernaires Male Quartet - Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray
()
65795 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -
2856B Southernaires Male Quartet - Steal Away To Jesus
()
65796 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -


2857A Southernaires Male Quartet - Little David, Play On Your Harp
()
65797 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -
2857B Southernaires Male Quartet - Roll, Jordan, Roll
()
65798 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -


2858A Southernaires Male Quartet - Ezekiel Saw De Wheel
()
65799 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -
2858B Southernaires Male Quartet - Joshua Fit De Battle Of Jericho
()
65800 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -


2859A Southernaires Male Quartet - Gonna-Shout All Over God's Heaven
()
65801 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -
2859B Southernaires Male Quartet - Nobody Knows De Trouble I've Seen
()
65802 - Also Decca Set A-83 - June 14, 1939 -


2860A Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - Blue Moon
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart)
DLA-1800=A - A-87 - Los Anglos, CA - July 1, 1939 -
2860B Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - I'm In The Mood For Love
(Jimmy McHugh - Dorothy Fields)
DLA-1799 - A-87 - Los Anglos, CA - July 1, 1939 -


2861A Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - Moonglow
(Will Hudson - Eddie de Lange - Irving Mills)
DLA-1798 - A-87 - Los Anglos, CA - July 1, 1939 -
2861B Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
(Harry Warren - Al Durbin)
DLA-1803 - A-87 - Los Anglos, CA - July 3, 1939 -


2862A Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - Paradise
(Nacio Herb Brown - Gordon Clifford)
DLA-1801 - A-87 - ASCAP: 460008660 - ISWC: T0701649333 - Los Anglos, CA - July 1, 1939 -
2862B Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - Body And Soul
(John "Jonny" W. Green - Edward Heyman - Robert B. Sour)
DLA-1802 - A-87 - ASCAP: 320073596 - ISWC: T0700120144 - Los Anglos, CA - July 3, 1939 -


2863A F.Luther and Zora Layman - Christmas In Song Part 1: Christmas In The Morning
()
66689 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -
2863B F.Luther / Z.Layman / Quartet - Christmas In Song Part 2: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
()
66690 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -


2864A F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Medley(part 3)
()
66691 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -
2864B F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Medley (part 4)
()
66692 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -


2865A F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Medley (part 5)
()
66693 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -
2865B Luther / Z.Layman / Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Medley (part 6)
()
66694 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -


2866A F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Medley (part 7)
()
66713 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -
2866B F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Medley (part 8)
()
66714 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -


2867A F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Medley (part 9)
()
66715 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -
2867B F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song - Vol.1 (Part 10)
()
66716 - Also Decca Set A-94 - October 2, 1939 -


2868A F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song - Vol.2 (Part I)
()
66675 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -
2868B F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Vol II
()
66676 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 - 2869A Frank Luther Christmas In Song - Vol.2(Part 3)
()
66677 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -
2869B F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song - Vol.2 (Part 4)
()
66678 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -


2870A F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song Vol 2 (Part 5)
()
66679 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -
2870B F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song - Vol.2 (Part 6)
()
66680 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -


2871A Frank Luther - Christmas In Song - Vol.2(Part 7)
()
66681 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -
2871B F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song - Vol.2 (Part 8)
()
66682 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -


2872A F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song - Vol.2 (Part 9)
()
66687 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -
2872B F.Luther.Z Layman.Century Quartet - Christmas In Song - Vol.2 (Part 10)
()
66688 - Also Decca Set A-95 - September 27, 1939 -


2873A Judy Garland with Victor Young Orchestra - Oceans Apart
()
DLA-1868 - Los Angeles, CA - October 16, 1939 -
2873B Judy Garland with Victor Young Orchestra - Figaro
()
DLA-1871 - Los Angeles, CA - October 16, 1939 -


2874A Bing Crosby with Victor Young Orchestra - Somebody Loves Me
(Gershwin)
DLA-1777 - Also Decca Set A-96 - Los Angeles, CA - June 14, 1939 -
2874B Bing Crosby with Victor Young Orchestra - Maybe
(Gershwin)
DLA-1776 - Also Decca Set A-96 - Los Angeles, CA - June 14, 1939 -


2875A Jacques Frey with Mario Braggioti - S Wonderful / My One And Only
(Gershwin)
66607 - Also Decca Set A-96 - September 18, 1939 -
2875B Jacques Frey with Mario Braggioti - Who Cares / Wintergreen For President
(Gershwin)
66053 - Also Decca Set A-96 - August 3, 1939 -


2876A Anne Jamison - Summertime
(Gershwin)
DLA-1822 - Also Decca Set A-96 - Los Angeles, CA - July 14, 1939 -
2876B Anne Jamison - Looking For A Boy
(Gershwin)
DLA-1823 - Also Decca Set A-96 - Los Angeles, CA - July 14, 1939 -


2877A Merry Macs - Clap Yo' Hands
(Gershwin)
66271 - Also Decca Set A-96 - September 5, 1939 -
2877B Merry Macs - I Got Rhythm
(George and Ira Gershwin)
66272 - Also Decca Set A-96 - September 5, 1939 -


2878A Shirley Ross and Foursome - Mine
(Gershwin)
DLA-1808 - Also Decca Set A-96 - Los Angeles, CA - July 5, 1939 -
2878B Shirley Ross with Victor Young Orchestra - That Certain Feeling vocal: Foursome
(George Gershwin)
DLA-1809 - Also Decca Set A-96 - Los Angeles, CA - July 5, 1939 -



2879A Connie Boswell with Victor Young Orchestra - Soon
(George Gershwin)
DLA-1783 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - June 22, 1939 -
2879B Connie Boswell with Victor Young Orchestra - They Can't Take That Away From Me
(George Gershwin)
DLA-1784 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - June 22, 1939 -


2880A Foursome - Bidin' My Time
()
DLA-1813 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - July 9, 1939 -
2880B Foursome - Oh Lady Be Good
()
DLA-1814 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - July 8, 1939 -


2881A Judy Garland with Victor Young Orchestra - Embraceable You
()
DLA-1869 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - October 16, 1939 -
2881B Judy Garland with Victor Young Orchestra - Swanee
()
DLA-1870 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - October 16, 1939 -


2882A Frances Langford with Victor Young Orchestra - The Man I Love
()
DLA-1792 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1939 -
2882B Frances Langford with Victor Young Orchestra - Someone To Watch Over Me
()
DLA-1791 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1939 -


2883A Tony Martin with Victor Young Orchestra - Song Of The Flame
()
DLA-18 20 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - July 14, 1939 -
2883B Tony Martin with Victor Young Orchestra - Don't Forget Me
()
DLA-1819 - Also Decca Set A-97 - Los Angeles, CA - July 14, 1939 -


2884A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Deep In My Heart, Dear
(Simund Romberg) from: "Student Prince"
66275 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -
2884B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - One Kiss
(Simund Romberg) from: "New Moon"
66276 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -


2885A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Desert Song
(Simund Romberg) from; "Desert Song"
66277 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -
2885B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Road To Paradise
(Simund Romberg) from: "Maytime"
66274 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -


2886A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - When I Grow Too Old To Dream
(Simund Romberg) from: "Night Is Young"
66278 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -
2886B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Silver Moon
(Simund Romberg) from: "My Maryland"
66279 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -


2887A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Lover, Come Back To Me
(Simund Romberg) from: "New Moon"
66280 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -
2887B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Serenade
(Simund Romberg) from: "Student Prince"
66281 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -


2888A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - One Alone
(Simund Romberg) from: "Desert Song"
66282 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -
2888B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Softly, As In The Morning Sunrise
(Simund Romberg) from: "New Moon"
66283 - Also Decca Set A-98 - September 6, 1939 -


2889A Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In D Minor
(Lully)
65723 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -
2889B Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In D Major ('Le Temple de la Gloire'
(Rameau)
65720 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -


2890A Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In G Major
(Mozart) from: "Indomeneo ballet"
- 65722 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -
2890B Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In F Major
(Martini) from: "Les Moutons"
65719 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -


2891A Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In D Major
(Gossec) from: "La Fete de Village"
65721 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -
2891B Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In D Major
(Mehul) from: "Judgement de Paris"
65724 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -


2892A Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In A Major
(Thomas) from: "Mignon"
65718 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -
2892B Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In A Minor
(Gabriel Marie) from: "La Cinquantaine"
65725 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -


2893A Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In E Major
(Henri Guys) from: "Air of Louis XIII"
65727 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -
2893B Oxford Ensemble Gavotte - In C Major
(Gzibulka) from: "Stephanie Gavotte
65726 - Also Decca set A-99 - June 2, 1939 -


2894A Charles Newman (harmonica) - Carvan
(Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington/Tizol)
65776 - Also Decca set A-102 - June 12, 1939 -
2894B Charles Newman (harmonica) - Gypsy Airs
(P. Desarasate)
65762 - Also Decca set A-102 - June 12, 1939 -


2895A Charles Newman (harmonica) - Dodging A Divorce
(Reginald Forsythe)
65770 - Also Decca set A-102 - June 12, 1939 -
2895B Charles Newman (harmonica) - Night And Day
(Cole Porter)
65774 - Also Decca set A-102 - June 12, 1939 -


2896A Charles Newman (harmonica) - Satan Takes A Holiday
()
65773 - Also Decca set A-102 - June 12, 1939 -
2896B Charles Newman (harmonica) - Swamp Fire - Rhythm Fox TroLarry Clintont
(Harold Mooney)
65775 - Also Decca set A-102 - June 12, 1939 -


2897A Charles Newman (harmonica) - Goin' Home
(Anton Dvorak) from: "New World Symphony"
65772 - Also Decca set A-102 - June 12, 1939 -
2897B Charles Newman (harmonica) - Overture
(Rossini) from: "Barber of Seville"
65771 - Also Decca set A-102 - June 12, 1939 -


2898A Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - Kisses Of Spring
()
65890 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -
2898B Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - On The River Medley of Russian one steps
()
65885 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -


2899A Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - Oi-Ra Polka
()
65884 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -
2899B Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - Vintage Mazurka
()
65883 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -







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2900A Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - Let's Go, Let's Dance Polka
()
65888 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -
2900B Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - Three Roses Polish Dance
(Krakoviak)
65882 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -


2901A Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - La Bianchina-Di Gordigani
(Tarantella)
65881 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -
2901B Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - Swedish Folk Dance Polka
(Mazurka)
65889 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -


2902A Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - Forgotten Dreams Russian Waltz
()
65886 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -
2902B Zarkevich Russian Balalaika Orchestra - Kohanotchka
()
65887 - Also Decca set A-88 - June 26, 1939 -


2903A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Shine On, Harvest Moon
()
66748 - October 10, 1939 -
2903B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Midnight Lullaby
()
66750 - October 10, 1939 -


2904A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Betcha Nickel
()
65903 - June 29, 1939 -
2904B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Moon Ray
()
C-91841 - Chicago, Il - October 12, 1939 -


2905A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - The Wind At My Window
()
66833=A - November 7, 1939 -
2905B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - I Was Afraid Of That
()
66834 - November 7, 1939 -


2906A Terry Powell and His Orchestra - March Of The Toys
()
66735 - New York, NY - October 6, 1939 -
2906B Terry Powell and His Orchestra - In A Persian Market
()
66733 - Brn (E) 3120 - New York, NY - October 6, 1939 -


2907A Milt Herth Trio - Boy Scout In Switzerland
(Raymond Scott)
C-91828=A;B - October 10, 1939 -
2907B Milt Herth Trio - Peach Tree Street
(Margaret Bonds - Joseph M. Davis - Andy Razaf)
C-91844 - October 13, 1939 -


2908A Victor Sylvester Orchestra - At The Balalaika Tango
()

2908B Victor Sylvester Orchestra - I Once Had A Heart, Margarita Tango
() -


2909A Roman Gosz and His Band - Have A Drink Polka
()
91733 - May 15, 1939 -
2909B Roman Gosz and His Band - Prosit Laendler
()
91734 - May 15, 1939 -


2910A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Chatterbox
()
66902 - November 22, 1939 -
2910B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - I'm Fit To Be Tied
()
66901 - November 22, 1939 -


2911A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - White Lies And Red Roses
()
66905 - November 22, 1939 -
2911B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - My Rosary Of Broken Dreams
()
66904 - November 22, 1939 -


2912A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - All The Things You Are vocal: Bob Hannon
()
66906=A - November 24, 1939 -
2912B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - All In Fun vocal: Joan Edwards
()
66907=B - November 24, 1939 -


2913A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - That Lucky Fellow vocal: Hal Dickinson
()
66909=A - November 24, 1939 -
2913B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Heaven In My Arms vocal: Joan Edwards
()
66908=A - November 24, 1939 -


2914A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - This Changing World
()
66898 - New York, NY - November 20, 1939 -
2914B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - It's My Turn Now
()
66899 - New York, NY - November 20, 1939 -


2915A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - I Don't Stand A Ghost Of A Chance
(Young - Crosby - Washington)
66878 - New York, NY - November 15, 1939 -
2915B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Big Jim Blues
(Mary Lou Williams - Harry Lawson)
66880 - New York, NY - November 15. 1939 -


2916A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Where Was I?
()
66836 - November 7, 1939 -
2916B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - I've Gone Off The Deep End
()
66835 - November 7, 1939 -


2917A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Confuscious Say vocal: Carman Lombardo - Larr Owen - Fred Higman
(Cliff Friend - Carman Lombardo)
66903 - ASCAp: 330089140 - ISWC: T0702593518 - November 22, 1939 - 2:58 -
2917B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Run, Little Raindrop, Run
()
66641 - September 12, 1939 -


2918A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Swamp Fire
()
66913=A COR60194 - New York, NY - November 27, 1939 -
2918B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Rigamarole
()
66912=A COR60194 - New York, NY - November 27, 1939 -


2919A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
()
66725 - October 5, 1939 -
2919B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - On The Island Of Catalina
()
66726 - October 5, 1939 -


2920A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - She Had To Go And Lose It At The Astory
(John Doe - Joe Doaques)
66931=A - December 5, 1939 -
2920B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Ma (he's making eyes at me)
(Sidney Clare - Con Conrad)
66933=A - New York, NY - December 5, 1939 -


2921A Paul Whiteman's Modernaires - Hot Gavotte
()
66860 - November 10, 1939 -
2921B Paul Whiteman's Modernaires - Hoiriger Schottische
()
66861 - November 10, 1939 -


2922A Count Basie and His Orchestra - Evil Blues vocal: Jimmy Rushing
(Count Basie)
64984 - February 3, 1939 -
2922B Count Basie and His Orchestra - Jive At Five
(Harry Edison)
64982 - February 3, 1939 -


2923A Floyd Ray and His Orchestra - My Little Dream Girl
()
65392 - New York, NY - April 13, 1939 -
2923B Floyd Ray and His Orchestra - Blues At Noon
()
65395 - New York, NY - April 13, 1939 -


2924A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - The Little Red Fox
()
66942 - December 6, 1939 -
2924B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Pinch Me
()
66940 - (12inch)
December 6, 1939 -


2925A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Now You Know
()
66910 - New York, NY - November 27, 1939 -
2925B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Do It Again vocal: Helen O'Connor
()
66911 - New York, NY - November 27, 1939 -


2926A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - As Round And Round We Go
(Mabel Wayne - Arthur Swanstrom)
66932 - December 5, 1939 -
2926B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Put Your Little Foot Right Out
(Larry Spier)
66930 - December 5, 1939 -


2927A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Don't Make Me Laugh
()
66924 - December 4, 1939 -
2927B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Dance With A Dolly
(Shand - Eaton - Leader)
66923=A - December 4, 1939 -


2928A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Holy Smoke
()
66922 - New York, NY - December 4, 1939 -
2928B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Little Red Riding HOOD
()
66920 - New York, NY - December 4, 1939 -


2929A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Careless
()
66937 - December 6, 1939 -
2929B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - On A Little Street In Singapore
()
66938 - December 6, 1939 -


2930A Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - When I Grow Too Old To Dream
(Romberg - Hammerstein)
66777 - October 16, 1939 -
2930B Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Jumpin' The Blues
()
66775 - October 16, 1939 -


2931A Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiians - Princess Poo Poo-Ly Has Plenty Papaya
(Harry Owens)
DLA-1864=A - Los Angeles, CA - October 3, 1939 -
2931B Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiians - A New Hawaiian Love Song vocal: Kenny Allen
(Harry Owens)
DLA-1866A - Los Angeles, CA - October 3, 1939 -


2932A Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - All The Things Your Are
()
66991=B - December 19, 1939 -
2932B Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - It's A Blue World
()
66989 - December 19, 1939 -


2933A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blues On Parade
()
66960 - New York, NY - December 13, 1939 -
2933B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Love's Got Me Down Again
()
66955 - New York, NY - December 13, 1939 -


2934A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - You're A Lucky Guy
()
66985 - December 18, 1939 -
2934B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - You're Just A No Account
()
66986 - December 18, 1939 -


2935A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Bewteen 18th And 19th On Chestnut Street
(Dick Rogers - Will Osborne)
66939 - December 6, 1939 -
2935B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - I Wanna-Wrap You Up
()
66941 - December 6, 1939 -


2936A Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - Careless
()
66990 - December 19, 1939 -
2936B Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - Indian Summer
()
66988 - December 19, 1939 -


2937A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - Darn That Dream
()
66998 - December 21, 1939 -
2937B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - My Fantasy
()
66999 - December 21, 1939 -


2938A Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - The Gaucho Serenade
()
66997 - December 21, 1939 -
2938B Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra - The Creaking Old Mill On The Creek
()
66996 - December 21, 1939 -


2939A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - The Rhumba Jumps
()
66953 - New York, NY - December 13, 1939 -
2939B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - PEACE, Brother!
()
66954 - New York, NY - December 13, 1939 -


2940A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Blame The Imp
()
66926 - December 4, 1939 -
2940B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - You're Lettin' The Grass Grow
()
66925=A - December 4, 1939 -


2941A Terry Powell and His Orchestra - Pussy In The Corner
()
66867 - November 13, 1939 -
2941B Terry Powell and His Orchestra - Some Day
()
66869 - November 13, 1939 -


2942A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - One Cigaarette For Two
()
66971 - December 14, 1939 -
2942B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - If It Wasn't For The Moon
()
66969 - December 14, 1939 -


2943A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Faithful Forever
()
66936 - December 6, 1939 -
2943B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - This Changing World
()
66935 - December 6, 1939 -


2944A John Wilfahrt's Band - Hasselby Steppen
()
91785 - September 19, 1939 -
2944B John Wilfahrt's Band - Edna Schottische
()
91791 - September 19, 1939 -


2945A Phil Regan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - My Wild Irish Rose
(Chauncey Olcott)
DLA-1831 - Also Decca set A-108 - Los Angeles, CA - July 24, 1939 -
2945B Phil Regan and Harry Sosnik Orchestra - A Little BIt Of Heaven
()
DLA-1830 - Also Decca set A-108 - Los Angeles, CA - July 24, 1939 -Ball


2946A Phil Regan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra Orchestra - Mother Machree
(Olcott - Ball - Young)
DLA-1833 - Also Decca set A-108 - Los Angeles, CA - July 24, 1939 -
2946B Phil Regan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra Orchestra - That's An Irish Lullaby
(Shannon)
DLA-1832 - Also Decca set A-108 - Los Angeles, CA - July 28, 1939 -


2947A Phil Regan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra Orchestra - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
(Ball - Chauncey Olcott)
DLA-1836=A - Also Decca set A-108 - July 28, 1939 -
2947B Phil Regan with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra Orchestra - Little Town In Ould County Down
(Carlo - Sanders - Pascoe)
DLA-1837 - Also Decca set A-108 - Los Angeles, CA - July 28, 1939 -


2948A Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell - Between 18th And 19th On Chestnut Street
(Dick Rogers - Will Osborne)
DLA-1910 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1939 -
2948B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
(T. Koehler - B. Moll - H. Barris)
DLA-1767 - Los Angeles, CA - June 9, 1939 -


2949A Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - All The Things You Are
()
67009 - December 27, 1939 -
2949B Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - There's Yes Yes In Your Eyes
()
67007 - December 27, 1939 -


2950A Victor Young's Orchestra - All's Well
()
DLA-1893 - Also Decca set A-100 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -
2950B Victor Young's Orchestra - We're All Together Now
()
DLA-1888 - Also Decca set A-100 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -


2951A Victor Young's Orchestra - It's A Hap Hap Happy Day
()
DLA-1894 - Also Decca set A-100 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -
2951B Victor Young's Orchestra - Bluebirds In The Moonlight
()
DLA-1895 - Also Decca set A-100 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -


2952A Victor Young's Orchestra - Faithful
()
DLA-1890 - Also Decca set A-100 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -
2952B Victor Young's Orchestra - Forever
()
DLA-1889 - Also Decca set A-100 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -


2953A Victor Young's Orchestra - Faithful Forever
()
DLA-1891 - Also Decca set A-100 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -
2953B Victor Young's Orchestra - I Hear A Dream
()
DLA-1892 - Also Decca set A-100 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -


2954A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - The Woodpecker Song
(C. Bruno - E. Dilazzaro)
67017 - January 4, 1940 -
2954B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - In An Old Dutch Garden
(Will Grosz - Mack Gordon)
67018 - January 4, 1940 -


2955A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Careless
()
67028 - New York, NY - January 5, 1940 -
2955B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Smarty Pants
()
66952 - New York, NY - December 13, 1939 -


2956A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Two Little Doodle Bugs vocal: DC
()
66970=B - December 14, 1939 -
2956B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Can't We Be Friends? vocal: Jerry Perkins
()
66784 - October 18, 1939 -


2957A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - It Always Will Be You
()
67013 - January 2, 1940 -
2957B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - I'm Getting Nowhere With You
()
66877 - November 15, 1939 -


2958A Arthur Godfrey - I'd Love To live In Loveland With A Girl Like You
()
66918 - December 2, 1939 -
2958B Arthur Godfrey - Back Home On Sunday Night
()
66915 - December 2, 1939 -


2959A Leo Watson and His Orchestra - Ja Da
()
66169 - August 22, 1939 -
2959B Leo Watson and His Orchestra - It's The Tune That Counts
()
66170=A - August 22, 1939 -


2960A* Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - When It's Lamp Lightin' Time In The Valley / It makes No Differance Now
(Goodman - Poulton - Hart - Lyons - Upson / Jimmie Davis - Floy Tillman)
91796=A - September 24, 1939 -
2960B* Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Let's Say Goodnight To The Ladies
(Bill Gale - Lew Brown)
91797=A - September 24, 1939 -


2961A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Cherokee
(Ray Noble)
66914A - New York, NY - November 27, 1939 -
2961B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra feat. Buddy Schutz - A Man And His Drum
(Jimmy Dorsey - Toots Camarata)
66790A - New York, NY - October 20, 1939 -


2962A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Wham
()
67010 - January 2, 1940 - 3:01
2962B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Love Is The Thing
()
67011 - January 2, 1940 -


2963A Eileen and Peter McNulty Orchestra - I'm Living The Life Of O'Reilly
()
66610 - September 19, 1939 -
2963B Eileen and Peter McNulty Orchestra - Eileen O'dair
()
66611 - September 19, 1939 -


2964A* Milt Herth Trio - The Monkeys Have No Tails In Pago Pago
(Raye - Schoen - Zaret - Seclan)
C-91843 - October 13, 1939 -
2964B Milt Herth Trio - At A Georgia Camp Meeting
()
C-91829 - October 10, 1939 -


2965A Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Everthing Is Hotsy Totsy Now
()
91704 - April 11, 1939 -
2965B Freddie "Schnickelfritz" Fisher and His Orchestra - Swingin' At The Hoedown
()
91706 - April 11, 1939 -


2966A Ink Spots - Memories Of You
()
66463=B - New York, NY - October 3, 1939 -
2966B Ink Spots - I'm Through
()
66738 - New York, NY - October 6, 1939 -


2967A Arthur Tracy - Faithful Forever
()
67026 - January 4, 1940 -
2967B Arthur Tracy - Marta
()
67027 - January 4, 1940 - 3:06


2968A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling
(Ball - Olcott)
66684 - September 28, 1939 -
2968B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - My Wild Irish Rose Waltz vocal: Ken Sargent
(Chauncey Olcott)
66683 - September 28, 1939 -


2969A Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra - Turn On The Old Music Box
()
-
2969B Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra - When You Wish Upon A Star
()
-


2970A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Wouldja Mind?
()
67029 - New York, NY - January 5, 1940 -
2970B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - It's A Blue World
()
67031 - New York, NY - January 5, 1940 -


2971A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Do I Love You?
()
67065 - New York, NY - January 16, 1940 -
2971B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Thank Your Lucky Stars
()
67064 - New York, NY - January 16, 1940 -


2972A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - What's The Matter With Me?
()
67019 - January 4, 1940 -
2972B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - So Long
(Morgan - Melsher - Harris)
67020 - January 4, 1940 -


2973A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Boomps-A-Daisy
(Annette - Mills) from: "Hellz-a-Poppin"
- 67038=A - January 11, 1940 -
2973B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Playmates
(Saxie Dowell)
67039=A - January 11, 1940 -


2974A Mae Questal (Betty Boop) - You'd Be Surprised
(Irvin Berlin)
67037 - January 11, 1940 -
2974B Mae Questal - Oh Gee! Oh Gosh! Oh Golly!
()
67036 - January 11, 1940 -


2975A Dick Powell with The Norsemen Quartet with Orchestra directed by Harry Sosnik - The Marine's Hymn
(L.Z. Phillips)
66857=A - Also Decca set 142-9 - November 10, 1939 -
2975B Dick Powell with The Norsemen Quartet with Orchestra directed by Harry Sosnik - The Army Air Corps
(Robert Crawford)
66855=A - Also Decca set 142-10 - November 10, 1939 -


2976A Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Weary Blues
()
66919 - New York, NY - December 4, 1939 -
2976B Henry Busse and His Orchestra - Down Home Rag
(Wilbur Sweatman)
66921 - New York, NY - December 4, 1939 -


2977A Peter Muller's Band - Sailor's Love
()
-
2977B Peter Muller's Band - Keep Steady Laendler
()
-


2978A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Starlit Hour
()
66540 - September 11, 1939 -
2978B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Angel
()
67096 - January 23, 1940 -


2979A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Say "Si Si"
()
67066 - New York, NY - January 16, 1940 -
2979B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Pick A Rib
()
67030 - New York, NY - January 5, 1940 -


2980A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Keep A Knockin' vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Mays - Bradford)
66927=A - New York, NY - December 5, 1939 -
2980B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Major And Minor Stomp
(Jimmy Dorsey - Joe Lippman)
66829=A - New York, NY - November 3, 1939 -


2981A Henry King and His Orchestra - At The Balalaika vocal: Bob Ramos
()
67089=A - January 23, 1940 -
2981B Henry King and His Orchestra - One Look At You
()
67088=A - January 23, 1940 -


2982A Mills Brothers - It Don't Mean A Thing
()
DR-3334 - London, UK - February 18, 1939 -
2982B Mills Brothers - Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet
()
DR-3332 - London, UK - February 17, 1939 -


2983A Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - Apple Blossoms And Chapel Bells vocal: Homer Rhodes
(Al Hoffman - Walter Kent - Manny Kurtz)
67078 - January 19, 1940 -
2983B Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - My Son, My Son vocal: Don Burke
(Lew Pollack - L. Wolfe Gilbert)
67077 - January 19, 1940 -


2984A Ambrose and His Orchestra - Ah Sweet Mystery Of Life
(Victor Herbert)
DR-3218-1 -
2984B Ambrose and His Orchestra - Wedding Of The Sophisticated Dutch Doll
(Sid Phillips)
DR-3317-1 -


2985A Terry Powell and His Orchestra - Flea On A Spree
()
66868 - November 13, 1939 -
2985B Terry Powell and His Orchestra - The Sphinx
()
66870 - November 13, 1939 -


2986A Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Adrian Polka
()
91721 - May 9, 1939 -
2986B Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Heataches Waltz
()
91723 - May 9, 1939 -


2987A Connie Boswell with Victor Young Orchestra - Angel
()
DLA-1915 - Los Angeles, CA - January 19, 1940 -
2987B Connie Boswell wwith Victor Young Orchestra - Someday You'll Find Your Bluebird
(Newman/Gordon)
DLA-1914 - Los Angeles, CA - January 19, 1940 -


2988A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Starlit Hour
()
67121 - January 26, 1940 -
2988B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Is There Somebody Else
()
67119 - January 26, 1940 -


2989A* Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Kansas City Moods
(Adrian DeHaas)
67108=A - January 24, 1940 - 3:17
2989B* Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Tuxedo Junction
(Erskins Hawkins - Williams Johnson - Julian Dash)
67107=A - 67540=A - January 24, 1940 - 3:11
2989B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Tuxedo Junction
(Erskins Hawkins - Williams Johnson - Julian Dash)
67540=A - (Remake) 67107=A - April 12, 1940 -


2990A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Make Love With A Guitar
()
67105 - January 24, 1940 -
2990B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Imagination
()
67106 - January 24, 1940 -


2991A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - I've Got My Eyes On You
()
67095 - January 23, 1940 -
2991B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Gotta Get Home
()
67098 - January 23, 1940 -


2992A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Ooh What You Said
()
67097 - January 23, 1940 -
2992B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Air Mail Stomp
()
66702 - October 2, 1939 -


2993A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - On The Isle Of May
(Tschaikowsky - Andre Kostelanetz - Mack Davis)
67063A - New York, NY - January 16, 1940 -
2993B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - East Side Kick
(Bob McDonald)
65978A - July 18, 1939 -


2994A Henry King and His Orchestra - A Little Boy And A Little Girl
()
67087=A - January 23, 1940 -
2994B Henry King and His Orchestra - Someday You'll Find Your Bluebird
()
67090 - January 23, 1940 -


2995A Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - I Want My Mama
()
67079 - January 22, 1940 -
2995B Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - I Was Watching A Man Paint A Fence vocal: WG
()
67080 - January 22, 1940 -


2996A Whoopee John Wilfahrt's Band - Grasshopper Polka
()
91786 - September 19, 1939 -
2996B Whoopee John Wilfahrt's Band - Beer Barrel Polka In Waltz Tempo
()
91789 - September 19, 1939 -


2997A* Terry Shand and His Orchestra - The Man Who Comes Around
(Bud Green - Tommy Tucker - John Liar)
67145=A - ASCAP: 430020729 - ISWC: Not Assigned - February 3, 1940 -
2997B* Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Bella Bambina Waltz vocal: Terry Shand
(Arthur Strauss - Robert Dale - Stanley A. Miller)
67146=A - ASCAP: 322461092 - ISWC: Not Assigned - February 3, 1940 -


2998A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - I'm Too Romantic
(James V. Monaco - John Francis "Johnny" Burke)
DLA-1907 - ASCAP: 500100036 - ISWC: T0701808301 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1939 - 3:10
2998B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - The Moon And The Willow Tree
(Victor Schertzinger (C) - (L) John Francis "Johnny" Burke) from movie: "Road to Singapore"
DLA-1908 - ASCAP: 430084563 - ISWC: T0701099026 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1939 - 3:09


2999A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Just One More Chance
(Arthur Johnson - Sam Coslow)
DLA-1773A - ASCAP: 400036000 - ISWC: T0700890910 - Los Angeles, CA - June 12, 1939 -
2999B Bing Crosby asst. The Foursome with John Scott Trotter's Frying Pan Five - Sweet Potato Piper
(James V. Monaco - John Francis "Johnny" Burke) from: "The Road to Singapore"
DLA-1909A - ASCAP: 490175549 - ISWC: T0701387689 - Los Angeles, CA - December 15, 1939 -










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