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DECCA 3000 - 3999 Popular series

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DECCA 3000 - 3099 Popular series



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3000A Cliff Edwards with The Victor Young Orchestra - When You Wish Upon A Star
(Leigh Harline- Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
DLA-1897 - A-110- Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1939 - 3:04
3000B Ken Darby Singers with The Victor Young Orchestra - I've Got No Strings
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
DLA-1902 - Also Decca A-110 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1939 -


3001A Cliff Edwards with The Victor Young Orchestra - Turn On The Old Music Box
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
DLA-1900 - Also Decca A-110 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1939 -
3001B Julietta Novis with Victor Young Orchestra - Little Wooden Head
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
Also Decca A-110 -


3002A Cliff Edwards with The Victor Young Orchestra - Jiminy Cricket
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
DLA-1898 - Also Decca A-110 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1939 - 3:04
3002B Ken Darby Singers with The Victor Young Orchestra - Three Cheers For Anything
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
DLA-1903 - Also Decca A-110 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1939 -


3003A Cliff Edwards with The Victor Young Orchestra - Give A Little Whistle
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
DLA-1899 - Also Decca A-110 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1939 -
3003B Ken Darby Singers with The Victor Young Orchestra - Hi Diddle Dee Dee
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
DLA-1901 - Also Decca A-110 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1939 -


3004A Connie Boswell with The Victor Young Orchestra - On The Isle Of May
(Andre Kostelanetz - David Mack)
DLA-1916 - Los Angeles, CA - January 19, 1940 - 2:34
3004B Connie Boswell with The Victor Young Orchestra - Gotta Get Home
(James F. Hanley - Pat Balllard)
DLA-1917 - Los Angeles, CA - January 19, 1940 -


3005A Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - What's The Matter With Me
(Terry Shand - Sam M. Lewis)
67122 - January 26, 1940 - 2:58
3005B Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - I'm Not Complainin'
(Edgar Sampson - Al Stillman)
66137 - August 18, 1939 -


3006A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - I Concentrate On You
(Cole Porter) from: "Broadway Melody of 1940"
67140 - February 2, 1940 -
3006B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Last Night's Gardenias
(Sam Coslow)
67141 - February 2, 1940 -


3007A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - The Singing Hills
()
67134 - January 31, 1940 -
3007B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Let's All Sing Together
()

67133 - January 31, 1940 -


3008A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Give A Little Whistle
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington) from: "Pinocchio"
67152 - New York, NY - February 5, 1940 - 2:36
3008B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Peach Tree Street
(Andy Razaf - Margaret Bonds - Joseph M. Davis)
67154 - New York, NY - February 5, 1940 - 3:14


3009A Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - I'm Too Romantic vocal: Homer Rhodes
(James V. Monaco - Johnny Burke) from: "The Road to Singapore"
67076 - January 19, 1940 -
3009B Everett Hoagland and His Orchestra - The Moon And The Willow Tree vocal: Don Burke
(Victor Schertzinger - Johnny Burke) from: "The Road to Singapore"
67075 - January 19, 1940 -


3010A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Sweet Potato Piper
(James V. Monaco - Johnny Burke) from: "The Road to Singapore"
67144 - New York, NY - February 3, 1940 -
3010B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Knick Knack Polly Wah Jingasol
(Nat Lewis - Bob Kahn)
67143=A - New York, NY - February 3, 1940 -


3011A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Bye And Bye
(Hoagy Carmichael)
66987 - New York, NY - December 18, 1939 -
3011B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Poor Old Joe
(traditional)
66984 - December 18, 1939 -


3012A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Low Down Polka
()
91799=A - September 24, 1939 -
3012B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Railway Waltz
()
91798=A - September 24, 1939 -


3013A Andrews Sisters - Let's Have Another One
()
-
67181=A - New York, NY - February 7, 1940 -
3013B Andrews Sisters - Say Si Si
()
67180 - New York, NY - February 7, 1940 -


3014A Arthur Godfrey - I'd Give A Million Tomorrows (For Just One Yesterday)
(Jerry Livingston - Milton Berle)
66916 - New York, NY - December 2, 1939 -
3014B Arthur Godfrey - Lay My Head Beneath A Rose
(G. Falkenstein - W. Madison)
66917 - New York, NY - December 2, 1939 -


3015A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Little Lady In A Lady Pinafore
()
67131 - January 31, 1940 -
3015B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - I Walk With Music
()
67130 - January 31, 1940 -


3016A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Would'st Could I But Kiss Your Hand
()
67142 - February 2, 1940 -
3016B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Watching The Clock vocal: Kenny Sargent
()
67139 - February 2, 1940 -


3017A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - The Sky Fell Down
()
67153 - New York, NY - February 5, 1940 -
3017=B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blue Prelude
()
67155 - New York, NY - February 5, 1940 -


3018A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
()
67189 - February 13, 1940 -
3018B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - You, You Darlin'
()
67188 - February 13, 1940 -


3019A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Rose Of The Rio Grande
()
67150 - February 4, 1940 -
3019B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Blues In The Groove
()
67149 - February 4, 1940 -


3020A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Easy Does It vocal: DC
()
67193 - February 14, 1940 -
3020B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - How Can You Pretend?
()
67192 - February 14, 1940 -


3021A Roy Smeck and His Orchestra - Leanin' On The Old Top Rail
()
67169 - February 6, 1940 -
3021B Roy Smeck and His Orchestra - Gaucho Serenade
()
67171 - February 6, 1940 -


3022A Lawrence Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Zelena Polka
()
91804=A - September 25, 1939 -
3022B Lawrence Duchow's Red Raven Orchestra - Red Raven Waltz
()
91811=A - September 25, 1939 -


3023A Decca Salon Orchestra - Eili, Eili
()
66575 - September 13, 1939 -
3023B Decca Salon Orchestra - Hatikvoh
()
66572 - September 13, 1939 -


3024A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Tumbling Tumbleweeds
(Nolan)
DLA-1919 - Los Angeles, CA - February 9, 1940 -
3024B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter Orchestra - If I Knew Then
()
DLA-1920 - Los Angeles, CA - February 9, 1940 -


3025A Merry Macs - Ma! He's Making Eyes At Me
()
67217 - February 20, 1940 -
3025B Merry Macs - Bteezin' Along With The Breeze
()
67216 - February 20, 1940 -


3026A Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - If It Weren't For You
()
67196 - February 15, 1940 -
3026B Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - Sing Song Swing
()
67197 - February 15, 1940 -


3027A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Leanin' On The Ole Top Rail
()
67206 - February 19, 1940 -
3027B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Shank Down The Stars
()
67187 - February 13, 1940 -


3028A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Busy As A Bee
()
67194 - February 14, 1940 -
3028B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Way Back In 1939 A.D
()
67191 - February 14, 1940 -


3029A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Love Song Of Renaldo
()
67214=A - February 20, 1940 -
3029B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Rose Of The World
()
67212 - February 20, 1940 -


3030A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - How High The Moon
(Lewis - Hamilton)
67213 - February 20, 1940 -
3030B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - You Gorgeous Dancing Doll
()
67215 - February 20, 1940 -


3031A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Row, Row, Row
()
67217 - 67218 2/20, 1940 -
3031B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - All Alone
()
66934 - December 5, 1939 -


3032A Milt Herth Trio - Blue Danube Swing
()
C-91831 - October 10, 1939 -
3032B Milt Herth Trio - Hezekiah
()
C-91845 - October 13, 1939 -


3033A Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy - Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone vocal: June Richmond
(Sam H. Stept - Sindy Clare)
66879=A - COR60048 - November 15, 1939 - 2:47
3033B Andy Kirk and His Twelve Clouds of Joy - Why Go On Pretending?
(Mary Lou Williams - Roy Jordan)
67012=A - New York, NY - January 2, 1940 - 2:53


3034A Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - I Get The Blues When It Rains
()
67136 - February 1, 1940 -
3034B Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else
()
67135 - February 1, 1940 -


3035A Roy Smeck and His Orchestra - When You Wish Upon A Star
()
67170 - February 6, 1940 -
3035B Roy Smeck and His Orchestra - On The Isle Of May
()
67168 - February 6, 1940 -


3036A Pat Friday with Harry Sosnik - The Gaucho Serenade
()
DLA-1929 - Los Angeles, CA - February 16, 1940 -
3036B Pat Friday with Harry Sosnik - You, You Darlin'
()
DLA-1927 - Los Angeles, CA - February 16, 1940 -


3037A Pat Friday with Harry Sosnik - I've Got My Eyes On You
()
DLA-1926 - Los Angeles, CA - February 16, 1940 -
3037B Pat Friday with Harry Sosnik - Would'st Could I But Kiss Thy Hand
()
DLA-1928 - Los Angeles, CA - February 16, 1940 -


3038A Whiteman's Moderniares - WHAM!
()
67228 - February 21, 1940 -
3038B Whiteman's Moderniares - Ragtime Cowboy Joe
()
67227 - February 21, 1940 -


3039A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Run Rabbit, Run
()
67205 - COR60028 - February 19, 1940 -
3039B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Up The Chimney Go My Dreams
()
67204 - COR60085 - February 19, 1940 -


3040A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Do You Ever Think Of Me
()
67172 - COR60056 - February 6, 1940 -
3040B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
67175 - February 6, 1940 -


3041A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers
()
67148 - February 4, 1940 -
3041B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Turkey In The Straw
()
67147=A - February 4, 1940 -


3042A Erskine Butterfield and His Blue Boys - Tuxedo Junction vocal: Erskine Butterfield
(Hawkins - Johnson - Dash - Feyne)
67220 - February 21, 1940 - 3:10
3042B Erskine Butterfield and His Blue Boys - Salt Butter
(Erskine Butterfield)
67221 - February 21, 1940 -


3043A Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - Darn That Dream
()
67219 - COR60299 - February 21, 1940 -
3043B Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - Inconvenience
()
67222 - February 21, 1940 -


3044A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Moonlight
()
66727 - October 5, 1939 -
3044B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - There'll Be Some Changes Made
()
66723 - October 4, 1939 -


3045A Whoopee John Wilfahrt's Band - Hello Joe Polka
()
91787 - September 19, 1939 -
3045B Whoopee John Wilfahrt's Band - Lordagsvalsen
()
91795 - September 19, 1939 -


3046A Frances Langford with Dick McIntire - When Hilo Hattie Does The Hilo Hop
(Noble - McDaniel)
DLA-1932 - Los Angeles, CA - February 19, 1940 -
3046B Frances Langford with Dick McIntire - Kuu Ipo
()
DLA-1930 - Los Angeles, CA - February 19, 1940 -


3047A Frances Langford with Dick McIntire - Manuela Boy
()
DLA-1933 - Los Angeles, CA - February 19, 1940 -
3047B Frances Langford with Dick McIntire - Moonlight Over Molokai
()
DLA-1931 - Los Angeles, CA - February 19, 1940 -


3048A Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Lovely Hula Hands
(R. A. Anderson)
DLA-1934A - De 25340, De X 1943(Aus) (A-193-9)- Los Angeles, CA - February 19, 1940 -
3048B Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - May Day Is Lei Day In Hawaii
(Red Hawk)
DLA-1935 - De 25340, De X 1943(Aus) (A-193-10)- Los Angeles, CA - February 19, 1940 -


3049A Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiian Hotel Ochestra - Poi My Boy Will Make A Man Of You
(Harry Owens)
DLA-1924A - Los Angeles, CA - February 14, 1940 -
3049B Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiian Hotel Ochestra - Sand vocal: Kenny Allen + quartet
(Andy Iona Long - Billy Abrams)
DLA-1925A - Los Angeles, CA - February 14, 1940 -


3050A Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik - When You Wish Upon A Star
()
DLA-1950 - Los Angeles, CA - February 24, 1940 -
3050B Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik - With The Wind And The Rain In Your Hair
()


3051A Cass Daley - It's The Last Time I'll Fall In Love
()
67223 - February 21, 1940 -
3051B Cass Daley - Where Were You Last Night?
()
67224 - February 21, 1940 -


3052A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Tiny Old Town
()
67132 - January 31, 1940 -
3052B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Along Miami Shore
()
66755 - October 12, 1939 -


3053A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Yours Is My Heart Alone
()
67235 - February 27, 1940 -
3053B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - A Lover's Lullaby
()
67239 - February 27, 1940 -


3054A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Reminiscing Time
()
67190 - February 13, 1940 -
3054B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Tit Willow
()
67231 - February 27, 1940 -


3055A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - So Far So Good
()
67242 - February 27, 1940 -
3055B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - You Oughta Hang Your Heart In Shame
()
67244 - February 27, 1940 -


3056A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Mama's Gone, Goodbye
()
67241 - COR60056 - February 27, 1940 -
3056B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - A Vous Tout De Vey
()
67243 - February 27, 1940 -


3057A Henry King and His Orchestra - Oh, You Beautiful Doll
()
67254 - March 1, 1940 -
3057B Henry King and His Orchestra - Day Dreams Come True At Night
()
67330=A - March 15, 1940 -


3058A Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - It Happened In Kaloha
(Skinner - Freed)
DLA-1923 - Los Angeles, CA - February 14, 1940 -
3058B Harry Owens and His Hawaiians - Rhythm Of The Islands
()
DLA-1922 - Los Angeles, CA - February 14, 1940 -


3059A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Whispering
()
CE9301 - London, UK - August 31, 1938 -
3059B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Beatin' On The Washboard
()
CE9781 - London, UK - May 9, 1939 -


3060A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Hot Pretzels
()
91802 - September 24, 1939 -
3060B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Lena Schottische
()
91801=A - September 24, 1939 -


3061A Deanna Durbin - Ave Maria
(Schubert) from: "Its A Date"
DLA-1961- Also Decca set A-128 - Los Angeles, CA - February 28, 1940 -
3061B Deanna Durbin and Charles Previn - Alleluja
(Mozart)
DLA-1755- Also Decca set A-128 - Los Angeles, CA - April 5, 1939 -


3062A Deanna Durbin - Musetta's Waltz Song
(Puccini)
DLA-1960 - Also Decca set A-128 - Los Angeles, CA - February 28, 1940 -
3062B Deanna Durbin - Loch Lomond
()
DLA-1963 - Also Decca set A-128 - Los Angeles, CA - February 28, 1940 -


3063A Deanna Durbin - Amapola
(Lacalle) from: "First Love"
DLA-1962 - Also Decca set A-128 - Los Angeles, CA - February 28, 1940 -
3063B Deanna Durbin - Love Is All
(Tomlin - Tobias) from: "It's a Date"
DLA-1964 - Also Decca set A-128 - Los Angeles, CA - February 28, 1940 -


3064A Bing Crosby - The Singing Hills
(Mack David - Dick Sanford - Sammy Mysels)
DLA-1952 - Los Angeles, CA - February 25, 1940 - 2:54
3064B Bing Crosby - Devil May Care
(Harry Warren - Johnny Burke)
DLA-1951 - Los Angeles, CA - February 25, 1940 - 2:48 -


3065A Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra - Woodpecker Song
(C. Bruno - Di Lazzro - Harold Adamson)
67225 - New York, NY - February 21, 1940 - 2:56
3065B Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra - Down By The Ohio
(Alex Olman - Jack Yollen)
67226 - New York, NY - February 21, 1940 - 2:52


3066A Shirley Ross - It Never Entered My Mind
()
67259 - March 2, 1940 -
3066B Shirley Ross - Nothing But You
()
67261 - March 2, 1940 -


3067A Shirley Ross - From Another World
()
67260 - March 2, 1940 -
3067B Shirley Ross - Ev'ry Sunday Afternoon
()
67262 - March 2, 1940 -


3068A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Fable Of The Rose
()
67238 - February 27, 1940 -
3068B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Save Your Sorrow For Tomorrow vocal: Pee Wee Hunt
()
67240 - February 27, 1940 -


3069A Ambrose - Hear My Song Violetta
()
-
3069B Ambrose - Blue Romance
()
-


3070A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Angel In Disguise
()
67266 - March 5, 1940 -
3070B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Moments In The Moonlight
()
67264 - March 5, 1940 -


3071A Count Basie and His Rhythm - Dupree Blues
()
64956 - January 26, 1939 -
3071B Count Basie and His Rhythm - Red Wagon
()
64958 - BR80150 - January 26, 1939 -


3072A Henry King and His Orchestra - I'll Be Seeing You
()
67255 - March 1, 1940 -
3072B Henry King and His Orchestra - Palms Of Paradise vocal: Bob Carroll
()
67257=A - March 1, 1940 -


3073A Henry Wells and His Orchestra - Back In Your Own Backyard
()
67245 - February 27, 1940 -
3073B Henry Wells and His Orchestra - Among My Souvenirs
()
67247 - February 27, 1940 -


3074A Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - You're The One vocal: Bennett Sisters
()
67086 - January 22, 1940 -
3074B Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - I Found You, Loved You, Lost You vocal: WG
()
67081 - January 22, 1940 -


3075A Lawrence Duchow's Orchestra - Old Comrades Polka
()
91805=A - September 25, 1939 -
3075B Lawrence Duchow's Orchestra - Clarinet Joy Laendler
()
91810=A - September 25, 1939 -


3076A Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Say It (Over Again)
(Jimmy McHugh - Frank Loesser ASCAP #18339583) from: "Buck Rides Again"
DLA-1948A - Los Angeles, CA - February 24, 1940 -
3076B Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Palms Of Paradise
(Frederick Hollander - Frank Loesser ASCAP #18339583) from: "Typhoon"
DLA-1949A - Los Angeles, CA - February 24, 1940 -


3077A Ink Spots - I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You
()
66752=B - New York, NY - October 11, 1939 -
3077B Ink Spots - Coquette
()
66121 - New York, NY - August 17, 1939 -


3078A Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - Sugar Blues
()
67120 - January 26, 1940 -
3078B Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - Imagination
()
67198 - February 15, 1940 -


3079A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - My! My!
()
67263 - March 5, 1940 -
3079B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Say It
()
67265 - March 4, 1940 -


3080A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Tech Triumph
(Mattie Boggs - W. P. Maddux)
67286=A - March 11, 1940 -
3080B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - V.M.I Spirit vocal: Virginia Military Inst.
(B. Bowering)
67287=A - March 11, 1940 -


3081A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blue Ink
()
67163 - New York, NY - February 5, 1940 -
3081B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Can This Be Love?
()
66532 - September 11, 1939 -


3082A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - You've Got Me Out On A Limb
()
67236 - February 27, 1940 -
3082B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Castle Of Dreams vocal: Kenny Sargent
()
67237 - February 27, 1940 -


3083A Henry King and His Orchestra - Irene
()
67327 - March 15, 1940 -
3083B Henry King and His Orchestra - Let There Be Love vocal: Tony Russell
()
67328=A - March 15, 1940 -


3084A Henry King and His Orchestra - Baby FACE vocal: Siggy Lane
()
67256=A - March 1, 1940 -
3084B Henry King and His Orchestra - I Fell All Over Myself vocal: B. Carroll
()
67258=A - March 1, 1940 -


3085A Rufe Davis - Mama Don't Allow It
(Davenport)
DLA-1956 - Los Angeles, CA - February 26, 1940 -
3085B Rufe Davis - I'm The Sound Effects Man
()
DLA-1955 - Los Angeles, CA - February 26, 1940 -


3086A Whoopee John Wilfahrt's Band - Large Polka
()
91788=A - September 19, 1939 -
3086B Whoopee John Wilfahrt's Band - Ring Dance - Mazurka
()
91794=A - September 19, 1939 -


3087A Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - Love Song Of Renaldo
()
67351 - March 20, 1940 -
3087B Tony Martin - A Young Man Sings
()
67352 - March 20, 1940 -


3088A Merry Macs - Ho! Sa Bonnie
()
67277 - March 8, 1940 -
3088B Merry Macs - Johnson Rag
()
67276 - March 8, 1940 -


3089A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - No Name Jive pt1
(Larry Wagner)
67344A - March 18, 1940 -
3089B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - No Name Jive Part 2
(Larry Wagner)
67345A - March 18, 1940 -


3090A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Cecilia
(Dave Dreyer - Herman Ruby)
67338=A - March 18, 1940 -
3090B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - They Ought To Write A Book About You
(Jimmy Van Heusen - Johnny Burke)
67207=A - February 19, 1940 -


3091A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - From Another World
()
67336 - March 18, 1940 -
3091B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Over The Waves
()
67337 - March 18, 1940 -


3092A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - You've Got Me Voodoo
(Louis Armstrong - L. Russell - N. Lawrence)
67322 - New York, NY - March 14, 1940 -
3092B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - HARLEM Stomp
()
67323=A - March 14, 1940 -


3093A Henry King and His Orchestra - Hear My Song, Violetta
()
67326 - March 15, 1940 -
3093B Henry King and His Orchestra - I Hear Bluebirds
()
67329=A - March 15, 1940 -


3094A Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - Am I Blue?
()
67137 - February 1, 1940 -
3094B Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - Ridin' The Subways
()
67138-A - Br(E) 3155- New York, NY - February 1, 1940 -


3095A Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Ka-Lu-A
(Jerome Kern - Anne Caldwell)
66646 - September 22, 1939 -
3095B Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Hawaiian Love Waltz
()
66950 - December 8, 1939 -


3096A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Le Secret Schottische
()
91800=A - September 24, 1939 -
3096B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Oh Dem Golden Slippers
()
91803 - September 24, 1939 -


3097A Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen Orchestra - Tuxedo Junction
(Hawkins - Johnson - Dash - Feyne)
67384A - New York, NY - March 23, 1940 -
3097B Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen Orchestra - Rhumboogie
(Don Raye - Hugh Prince)
67383A - New York, NY - March 23, 1940 -


3098A Bing Crosby - I Dream Of Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair
(Stephen Collins Foster)
DLA-1968 - Los Angeles, CA - March 22, 1940 -
3098B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter - Girl With The Pigtails In Her Hair
()
DLA-1921 - Los Angeles, CA - February 9, 1940 -


3099A Tony Martin - Hear My Song, Violetta
()
67354 - March 20, 1940 -
3099B Tony Martin - Creaking Old Mill On The Creek
()
67353 - March 20, 1940 -







Decca (USA) 3100 - 3199 Popular Series



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3100A Connie Boswell - Charming Little Fakir
()
67370 - March 21, 1940 -
3100B Connie Boswell - Lummir Alla Zingen
()
67368 - March 21, 1940 -


3101A Connie Boswell - My! My!
()
67371 - March 21, 1940 -
3101B Connie Boswell - Never Took A Lesson In My Life
()
67369 - March 21, 1940 -


3102A Gene Austin & Sam Koki - Paradise Isle
(Sam Koki)
DLA-1129=A - December 21, 1937 -
3102B Gene Austin and Sam Koki - Down Where The Trade Winds Blow
(Harry Owens)
DLA-1128 - December 21, 1937 -


3103A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - This Is The Beginning Of The End
()
67400 - March 26, 1940 -
3103B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Believing
()
67399 - March 26, 1940 -


3104A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - It's All Over Now
()
67284 - March 11, 1940 -
3104B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Adios Americanos
()
67285 - March 11, 1940 -


3105A Louis Armstrong & J.Dorsey Swing That Music
()
DLA-543=A - August 7, 1936 -
3105B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Wolverine Blues
(Morton)
67324 - March 14, 1940 -


3106A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Ev'ry Sunday Afternoon
()
67388 - March 25, 1940 -
3106B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Nothing But You
()
67389 - March 25, 1940 -


3107A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Charming Little Faker
()
67387 - March 25, 1940 -
3107B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - My Wonderful One, Let's Dance
()
67390=A - March 25, 1940 -


3108A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Barnyard Cakewalk
()
66973 - December 14, 1939 -
3108B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - How Many Times?
()
66972 - December 14, 1939 -


3109A Lani McIntyre and His Orchestra - My Little Red Rose
()
67364 - March 21, 1940 -
3109B Ann Tell & Lani McIntyre - My Heaven Is A Shack In Old Kalua
()
67362 - March 21, 1940 -


3110A Carmen Cavallaro - Cocktails For Two
(Johnston - Coslow)
66810 - Also Decca set A-122 - October 31, 1939 -
3110B Carmen Cavallaro - The Very Thought Of You
(Ray Noble)
66807 - Also Decca set A-122 - October 31, 1939 -


3111A Carmen Cavallaro - If I Had You
(Shapiro - Campbell - Connelly)
66814 - Also Decca set A-122 - October 31, 1939 -
3111B Carmen Cavallaro - Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
(Otto Harbach - Jerome Kenr)
66815 - Also Decca set A-122 - October 31, 1939 -

3112A Carmen Cavallaro - Dancing In The Dark
(Dietz - Schwartz)
66811 - Also Decca set A-122 - October 31, 1939 -
3112B Carmen Cavallaro - Lover
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenzo Hart)
66813 - Also Decca set A-122 - October 31, 1939 -


3113A Carmen Cavallaro - Body And Soul
(John "Jonny" W. Green - Edward Heyman - Robert B. Sour)
66809 - Also Decca set A-122 - October 31, 1939 -
3113B Carmen Cavallaro - You're Mine, You
(Green - Heyman)
66812 - Also Decca set A-122 - October 31, 1939 -


3114A Carmen Cavallaro (piano & acc) Alone Together
(Howard Dietz - Arthur Schwartz)
66808A - Also Decca set A-122-10)
October 31, 1939 -
3114B Carmen Cavallaro (piano & acc) Night And Day
(Cole Porter)
66816=A - Also Decca set A-122-9)
October 31, 1939 -


3115A Lawrence Duchow and His Orchestra - Lonesome Musicians Polka
()
91806 - September 25, 1939 -
3115B Lawrence Duchow and His Orchestra - Faded Rose Waltz
()
91808 - September 25, 1939 -


3116A Gloria Jean with Charles Previn - Penguin Song
()
DLA-1904 - Also Decca set A-125 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1939 -
3116B Gloria Jean with Charles Previn - Annie Laurie
(Scott)
DLA-1885 - Also Decca set A-125 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -


3117A Gloria Jean with Charles Previn - Life's Old Sweet Song
(Molloy)
DLA-1886 - Also Decca set A-125 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -
3117B Gloria Jean with Charles Previn - Villanelle
(Dell Acqua)
DLA-1887 - Also Decca set A-125 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1939 -


3118A Bing Crosby - Yours Is My Heart Alone
()
DLA-1969 - Los Angeles, CA - March 22, 1940 -
3118B Bing Crosby - Beautiful Dreamer
(Stephens Collins Foster)
DLA-1967 - Los Angeles, CA - March 22, 1940 -


3119A Tony Martin - Tonight
(Perfidia)
67438=A - March 31, 1940 -
3119B Tony Martin - Fools Rush In
()
67440=A - March 31, 1940 -


3120A Tony Martin - The Sky Fell Down
()
67439 - March 31, 1940 -
3120B Tony Martin - Havana For A Night
(Vereda)
67437 - March 31, 1940 -


3121A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Charming Little Faker
()
67460 - April 3, 1940 -
3121B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Polka Dots And Moonbeams
()
67461 - April 3, 1940 -


3122A Glen Gray Casa Loma Orchestra - Sierra Sue vocal: Kenny Sargent
(Joseph Carey)
67459 - April 3, 1940 -
3122B Glen Gray Casa Loma Orchestra - Soft Winds
(Benny Goodman)
67462 - April 3, 1940 -


3123A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Slow Freight vocal: DC
()
67458 - 64758 - April 2, 1940 -
3123B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - If I Could Be The Dummy On Your Knee
()
67457 - 64757 - April 2, 1940 -


3124A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Little Girl
()
67419 - March 28, 1940 -
3124B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Ain't You Ashamed!
()
67418=A - March 28, 1940 -


3125A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Wreck Of The Old 97
()
67275 - March 8, 1940 -
3125B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I Wish I Had Died In My Cradle
()
67422 - March 28, 1940 -


3126A Ambrose and His Orchestra - War Dance For Wooden Indians
()
DR-3658 - June 13, 1939 -
3126B Ambrose and His Orchestra - Man About Town
()
-


3127A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - I Can't Love You Any More
(A. Wrubel - Herb Magidson)
67376=A - March 22, 1940 -
3127B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Pretty Baby vocal: TS
(T. Jackson - Van Alstyne - Gus Kahn)
67379=A - March 22, 1940 -


3128A Rufe Davis - Sadie Hawkins Day
()
DLA-1957 - Los Angeles, CA - February 26, 1940 -
3128B Rufe Davis - Sawing A Woman In Half
()
DLA-1954 - Los Angeles, CA - February 26, 1940 -


3129A Florence George with The Victor Young Orchestra - Alice Blue Gown
(Harry Tierney - Joseph McCarthy)
DLA-1860 - Los Angeles, CA - August 9, 1939 -
3129B Florence George with The Victor Young Orchestra - Indian Love Call
()
DLA-1861 - Los Angeles, CA - August 9, 1939 -


3130A Happy Harry Harden (David Stoljarovic) and His Orchestra - The Woodpecker Song Polka
()
67414 - March 28, 1940 -
3130B Happy Harry Harden (David Stoljarovic) and His Orchestra - Tavern Waltz
()
67415 - March 28, 1940 -


3131A Happy Harry Harden (David Stoljarovic) and His Orchestra - Put Your Little Foot Right Out
()
67416 - March 28, 1940 -
3131B Happy Harry Harden (David Stoljarovic) and His Orchestra - Pizzicato Polka
(Strauss)
67417 - March 28, 1940 -


3132A Mills Brothers - Old Black Joe
()
67356 - March 19, 1940 -
3132B Mills Brothers - Swanee River
(Stephen Collins Foster)
67357 - March 19, 1940 -


3133A Bing Crosby - Sierra Sue
()
DLA-1970 - Los Angeles, CA - March 22, 1940 -
3133B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter - Marcheta
()
DLA-1918 - Los Angeles, CA - February 9, 1940 -


3134A Henry Wells and His Orchestra - A Garden In The Rain
()
67248=A - February 27, 1940 -
3134B Henry Wells and His Orchestra - Home
()
67246 - February 27, 1940 -


3135A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Runnin' Wild
()
66721 - October 4, 1939 -
3135B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - The Merry-Go-ROUNDUP
()
66724=A - October 4, 1939 -


3136A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Ain't We Got Fun?
()
67378=A - March 22, 1940 -
3136B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - I Need Lovin'
()
67374=A - March 22, 1940 -


3137A Whiteman's Swing Wing - Rain
()
67229 - February 21, 1940 -
3137B Whiteman's Swing Wing - At The Story Book Ball
()
67230 - February 21, 1940 -


3138A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - For Dancers Only
()
66793 - October 23, 1939 -
3138B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Where The Blue Of The Night
()
67234 - February 27, 1940 -


3139A Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Falling In Love With Love
()
67386 - March 25, 1940 -
3139B Ruby Newman and His Orchestra - Jalousie
()
67385 - March 25, 1940 -


3140A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Cousin To Chris
()
67156 - New York, NY - February 5, 1940 -
3140B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Fine And Dandy
()
66530 - September 11, 1939 -


3141A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I Want A Girl Just Like The Girl That Married Dad
()
67421 - March 28, 1940 -
3141B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
()
67420 - March 28, 1940 -


3142A Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - If You Don't Know, Stop And Ask Somebody
()
67434 - March 29, 1940 -
3142B Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Frenzy
()
67433 - March 29, 1940 -


3143A John Wilfahrt's Band - Clarinet Polka
()
91792 - September 19, 1939 -
3143B John Wilfahrt's Band - kalle Pe Polka
()
91793 - September 19, 1939 -


3144A Frank Luther - Aesop's Fables In Song
()
66759 - Also on Decca set K-21 - October 13, 1939 -
3144B Frank Luther - Aesop's Fables In Song
()
66758 - Also on Decca set K-21 - October 13, 1939 -


3145A Frank Luther - Aesop's Fables In Song
()
66760 - Also on Decca set K-21 - October 13, 1939 -
3145B Frank Luther - Aesop's Fables In Song
()
66761 - Also on Decca set K-21 - October 13, 1939 -


3146A Frank Luther - Aesop's Fables In Song
()
66762 - Also on Decca set K-21 - October 13, 1939 -
3146B Frank Luther - Aesop's Fables In Song
()
66763 - Also on Decca set K-21 - October 13, 1939 -


3147A Frank Luther - A Children's Garden Of Verses
()
66695 - Also on Decca K-22 - October 2, 1939 -
3147B Frank Luther - A Children's Garden Of Verses
()
66696 - Also on Decca K-22 - October 2, 1939 -


3148A Frank Luther A Children's Garden Of Verses
()
66697 - Also on Decca K-22 - October 2, 1939 -
3148B Frank Luther A Children's Garden Of Verses
()
66698 - Also on Decca K-22 - October 2, 1939 -


3149 Frank Luther A Children's Garden Of Verses
()
66699 - October 2, 1939 -
3149 Frank Luther A CHILD's Garden Of Verses - Part 6
()
66700 - October 2, 1939 -


3150A* Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Little Curly Hair In A High Chair
vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Nat Simson - Charles Tobias) from: "Farty Little Mothers"
67583 - New York, NY - April 18, 1940 - 3:10
3150B* Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - The Breeze And I vocal: Bob Eberly
(Al Stillman - Toots Camarata) based on Ernesto Letuona's Andatucia"
67584 - New York, NY - April 18, 1940 - 2:55


3151 Louis Armstrong & Mills Brothers - Marie
(Irving Berlin)
()
67531 - April 11, 1940 -
3151 Louis Armstrong & Mills Brothers - W.P.A
(Jesse Stone)
()
67519 - April 10, 1940 -


3152A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Boog It vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Cab Calloway - Jack Palmer - Buck Ram)
67509A - New York, NY - April 9, 1940 -
3152B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Charles Newman - James V. Monaco)
67508A - New York, NY - April 9, 1940 -


3153A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Secrets In The Moonlight
()
67536 - April 12, 1940 -
3153B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Where Was I?
vocal: George "Bon Bon" Trunell
()
67538 - April 12, 1940 - 3:09


3154A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Fools Rush In
()
67335 - March 18, 1940 -
3154B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Sympathy
()
67475 - April 3, 1940 -


3155A Les Brown and His Band of Reknown - Commanche War Dance
()
67512 - New York, NY - April 9, 1940 -
3155B Les Brown and His Band of Reknown - A Mellow Bit Of Rhythm
()
67513 - New York, NY - April 9, 1940 -


3156A Jack Smith - Cecilia
()
67557 - New York, NY - April 16, 1940 -
3156B Jack Smith - I'm Knee Deep In Daisies
()
67558=A - New York, NY - April 16, 1940 -


3157A Nano Rodrigo and His Orhestra - Perdido Bolero
()
67445 - April 2, 1940 -
3157B Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Vereda Tropical Bolero
()
67446 - April 2, 1940 -


3158A Milt Herth Trio - Honky Tonk Train Blues
()
67541 - April 15, 1940 -
3158B Milt Herth Trio - The Girl With The Light Blue Hair
()
67543 - April 15, 1940 -


3159A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - The Sky Fell Down
()
67526 - April 11, 1940 -
3159B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Yours Is My Heart Alone
()
67527 - April 11, 1940 -


3160A Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Hear My Song, Violetta
()
67528 - April 11, 1940 -
3160B Roy Smeck's Serenaders - Angel In Disguise
()
67525 - April 11, 1940 -


3161A Bing Crosby - I Haven't Time To Be A Millonaire
()
DLA-1983 - Los Angeles, CA - April 12, 1940 -
3161B Bing Crosby - April Played The Fiddle
()
DLA-1982 - Los Angeles, CA - April 12, 1940 -


3162A Bing Crosby - The Pessimistic Character
()
D LA-1984 - Los Angeles, CA - April 12, 1940 -
3162B Bing Crosby - Meet The Sun Half Way
()
DLA-1981 - Los Angeles, CA - April 12, 1940 -


3163A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - I Haven't Time To Be A Millonaire
()
67516 - April 10, 1940 -
3163B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - April Played The Fiddle
()
67517 - April 10, 1940 -


3164A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - The Pessimistic Character
()
67515 - April 10, 1940 -
3164B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Meet The Sun Half Way
()
67518 - April 10, 1940 -


3165A Judy Garland and Johnny Mercer - Friendship
(Cole Porter)
DLA-1987=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 15, 1940 -
3165B Judy Garland with Bobby Sherwood - Wearing Of The Green
()
DLA-1974 - Los Angeles, CA - April 10, 1940 -


3166A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Let There Be Love
()
67586 - New York, NY - April 18, 1940 -
3166B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Poor Ballerina
()
67585 - New York, NY - April 18, 1940 -


3167A Les Brown and His Band of Reknown - Love (Your Magic Spell Is Everywhere)
(Edmund Goulding - Elsie Janis)
67511 - New York, NY - April 9, 1940 -
3167B Les Brown and His Band of Reknown - Walkin' And SwingIn'
()
67514 - New York, NY - April 9, 1940 -


3168A Glenn Carr and His Orchestra - The Sailor With The Navy Blue Eyes
()
67579 - April 19, 1940 -
3168B Glenn Carr and His Orchestra - You Little Heart Breaker, You
()
67580 - April 19, 1940 -


3169A Glenn Carr and His Orchestra - That Red Head Gal
()
67582 - April 19, 1940 -
3169B Glenn Carr and His Orchestra - Saturday's Children
()
67581 - April 19, 1940 -


3170A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Deed I Do vocal: Dorothy Claire
()
67456 - 64756 - April 2, 1940 -
3170B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Thinking Of You
()
67455=A - 64755 - April 2, 1940 -


3171A Milt Herth Trio - Epe Ipe - Wanna Pice Of Pie
()
67606 - April 22, 1940 -
3171B Milt Herth Trio - Slow Freight
()
67603 - April 19, 1940 -


3172A Nano Rodrigo Orchestra - Adios, Mariquita Linda
()
67447 - April 2, 1940 -
3172B Nano Rodrigo Orchestra - Amapola - Pretty Little Poppy
(Jose Lacalle)
67448 - April 2, 1940 -


3173A Ceelle Burke's Orchestra - When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
()
-
3173B Ceelle Burke's Orchestra - The Lady And The Melody
()
-


3174A Judy Garland with Bobby Sherwood - Buds Won't Bud
()
DLA-1973 - Los Angeles, CA - April 10, 1940 -
3174B Judy Garland with Bobby Sherwood - I'm Nobody's Baby
()
DLA-1972 - Los Angeles, CA - April 10, 1940 -


3175A Tony Martin with The Victor Young Orchestra - You're Lonely And I'm Lonely
()
DLA-1989 - Los Angeles, CA - April 16, 1940 -
3175B Tony Martin with The Victor Young Orchestra - Fools Fall In Love
()
DLA-1990=A - Los Angeles, CA - April 16, 1940 -


3176A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Fools Fall In Love
()
67639 - New York, NY - April 30, 1940 -
3176B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Latins Know How
()
67638 - New York, NY - April 30, 1940 -


3177A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - You're Lonely And I'm Lonely
()
67601=A - April 18, 1940 -
3177B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - The Lord Done Fixed Up My Soul
()
67633=A - April 29, 1940 -


3178A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - You Can't Brush Me Off
()
67602=A - April 18, 1940 -
3178B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow
()
67631=A - April 29, 1940 -


3179A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - I'm Nobody's Baby
()
67474 - April 3, 1940 -
3179B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Speak Easy
()
67476 - April 3, 1940 -


3180A Louis Armstrong and Mills Brothers - Boog It
()
67520 - April 10, 1940 -
3180B Louis Armstrong and Mills Brothers - Cherry
()
67530 - April 11, 1940 -


3181A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - On The Accordion Polka
()
67550 - April 16, 1940 -
3181B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland
()
67555 - April 16, 1940 -


3182A Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer - On Behalf Of The Visiting Fireman
()
DLA-1986 - Los Angeles, CA - April 15, 1940 -
3182B Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer - Mister Meadowlark
()
DLA-1985 - Los Angeles, CA - April 15, 1940 -


3183A Tony Martin with The Victor Young Orchestra - Donkey Serenade
()
DLA-1988 - Also Decca set A-272 - Los Angeles, CA - April 16, 1940 -
3183B Tony Martin with The Victor Young Orchestra - Help Me
()
DLA-1991 - Also Decca set A-272 - Los Angeles, CA - April 16, 1940 -


3184A Flanagan and Allen - Run, Rabbit, Run
()
-
3184B Flanagan and Allen - On The Outside Looking In
()
-


3185 Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - W.P.A
()
67630=B - April 29, 1940 -
3185 Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - It's Time To Jump And Shout
()
67151=A - February 4, 1940 -


3186A Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - Baby Won't You Please Come Home
()
67195 - February 15, 1940 -
3186B Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - Linda Hopper's Delight
()
C-91840 - Chicago, Il - October 12, 1939 -


3187A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Get You Boots Laced, Papa
()
67589 - New York, NY - April 18, 1940 -
3187B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Get You Boots Laced, Papa
()
67590 - New York, NY - April 18, 1940 -


3188A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Make-Believe Island
()
67537=A - April 12, 1940 -
3188B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Ask Your Heart
()
67539=A - April 12, 1940 -


3189A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - The Gang That Sang 'Heart Of My Heart'
(Ben Ryan)
67560 (De-1A) - April 16, 1940 -
3189B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - The Guy Needs A Gal
(Art Kassel)
67559 - April 16, 1940 -


3190A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - I Love Me
(Edwin J. Weber - Will Mahoney - Jack Hains)
67373=A - March 22, 1940 -
3190B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - My Extraordinary Gal
(Terry Shand)
67377=A - March 22, 1940 -


3191A Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians - Purple Hills Of Hawaii
()
DLA-1867 - Los Angeles, CA - October 3, 1939 -
3191B Harry Owens Royal Hawaiians - Ka-Lu-A
(Jerome Kern - Anne Caldwell)
DLA-1865 - Los Angeles, CA - October 3, 1939 -


3192A Lawrence Duchow and His Orchestra - Graceful Polka
()
91807=A - September 25, 1939 -
3192B Lawrence Duchow and His Orchestra - Medley Of Old Time Waltzes
()
91809=A - September 25, 1939 -


3193A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Rcok Island Flag Stop
()
67561 - April 17, 1940 -
3193B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Under A Blanket Of Blue vocal: Kenny Sargent
(Livingston - Symes - Neiburg)
66686 - September 28, 1939


3194A Nilo Menendez and His Orchestra - Ahi Viena La Conga
()
63250 - February 7, 1938 -
3194B Nilo Menendez and His Orchestra - Arolla
()
63245 - February 7, 1938 -


3195A Ink Spots - When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
()
67718 - New York, NY - May 13, 1940 -
3195B Ink Spots - What Can I Do?
()
66739 - New York, NY - October 6, 1939 -


3196A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Her Name Was Rosita
(Jimmy Kennedy - Michael Carr)
67629 - April 29, 1940 -
3196B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - I'm Stepping Out With A Memory Tonight
(Allie Wrubel - Herb Magidson)
67632=A - April 29, 1940 -





3197A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - How Can I Ever Be Alone? vocal: Bob Eberly
()
67708 - New York, NY - May 10, 1940 -
3197B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Tennessee Fish Fry vocal: Helen O'Connor
()
67710 - New York, NY - May 10, 1940 -


3198A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Contrasts
(Jimmy Dorsey)
67642 - New York, NY - April 30, 1940 - 2:55
3198B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Tonight - Perfidia
()
67711 - New York, NY - May 10, 1940 -


3199A Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - Shank Down The Stars
()
67700 - May 9, 1940 - 2:43
3199B Ella Fitzgerald and her Orchestra - I Fell In Love With A Dream
()
67706 - May 9, 1940 - 3:11





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3200A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Where Do I Go From You?
()
67733 - New York, NY - May 14, 1940 -
3200B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - I'll Pray For You
()
67736 - New York, NY - May 14, 1940 -


3201A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - I Dream Of Jeannine With The Light Brown Hair
(Stephen Collins Foster)
67680 - New York, NY - May 7, 1940 -
3201B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Beautiful Dreams vocal: Kenny Sargent
()
67683 - New York, NY - May 7, 1940 -


3202A Teddy Grace - Let There Be Love
()
67847 - 67712 - May 28, 1940 -
3202B Teddy Grace - Left All Alone With The Blues
()
67705 - 67714 - May 9, 1940 -


3203A Teddy Grace - Thunder In My Heart
()
67704 - 67713 - May 9, 1940 -
3203B Teddy Grace - I Love You Much Too Much
()
67702 - 67703 - May 9, 1940 -


3204A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - You Run Your Mouth, I'll Run My Business
()
67649 - May 1, 1940 -
3204B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Cain And Abel
()
67651 - May 1, 1940 -


3205A Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Misirlou Turkish Dance
()
66096 - Also Decca A-105 - August 15, 1939 -
3205B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Chanakali Turkish Song
()
66101 - Also Decca A-105 - August 15, 1939 -


3206A Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Skutari Turkish Dance
()
66097 - Also Decca A-105 - August 15, 1939 -
3206B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Smyrna Turkish Dance
()
66103 - Also Decca A-105 - August 15, 1939 -


3207A Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Zeylek Turkish Dance
()
66098 - Also Decca A-105 - August 15, 1939 -
3207B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Constantinople Turkish Dance
()
66102 - Also Decca A-105 - August 15, 1939 -


3208A Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Allah Turkish Prayer
()
66541 - Also Decca A-105 - September 12, 1939 -
3208B Nicolas Matthey Oriental Orchestra - Taxim Turkish Harem Dance
()
66099 - Also Decca A-105 - August 15, 1939 -


3209A Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - Your Feet's Too Big
()
67822 - May 27, 1940 -
3209B Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - What's Cooking?
()
67824 - May 27, 1940 -


3210A Frank Luther and Zora Layman - Take Me Out To The Ball Game Medley
()
67427 - Also on Decca A-120 - March 29, 1940 -
3210B Frank Luther and Zora Layman - Baseball Game / Home Run Bill
()
67430 - Also on Decca A-120 - March 29, 1940 -


3211A Frank Luther and Zora Layman - Take Your Girl To The Ball Game - Medley
()
67431 - Also on Decca A-120 - March 29, 1940 -
3211B Frank Luther and Zora Layman - I Can't Miss That Ball Game / Oh Didn't It Rain
()
67432 - Also on Decca A-120 - March 29, 1940 -


3212A Frank Luther and Zora Layman - That Baseball Glide / He's A Fan, Fan, Fan
()
67428 - Also on Decca A-120 - March 29, 1940 -
3212B Frank Luther and Zora Layman - I Want To Go To The Ball Game
()
67429 - Also on Decca A-120 - March 29, 1940 -


3213A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
()
67775 - May 20, 1940 -
3213B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Where Do I Go From You?
()
67774 - May 20, 1940 -


3214A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Blue Lovebird
()
67773 - May 20, 1940 -
3214B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - The Nearness Of You
()
67776 - May 20, 1940 -


3215A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - I Can't Resist You
()
67707 - New York, NY - May 10, 1940 -
3215B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - I Love To Watch The Moonlight
()
67709 - New York, NY - May 10, 1940 -


3216A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Clear Out Of This World vocal: Kenny Sargent
(Jimmy McHugh - Al Dubin) from: "Keep Off The Grass"
67745A - New York, NY - May 16, 1940 -
3216B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - A Latin Tune, A Manhattan Moon And You vocal: Pee Wee Hunt
(Jimmy McHugh - Al Dubin) from: "Keep Off The Grass"
67748 - New York, NY - May 16, 1940 -


3217A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - You Think Of Everthing
()
67732 - New York, NY - May 14, 1940 -
3217B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Mister Meadowlark
()
67735 - New York, NY - May 14, 1940 -


3218A Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - Please Take A Letter, Miss Brown
()
67777A - New York, NY - May 20, 1940 -
3218B Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - Outside Of That, I Love You
()
67779A - New York, NY - May 20, 1940 -


3219A Glenn Carr and His Orchestra - Sh! Baby's Asleep
()
67770 - May 17, 1940 -
3219B Glenn Carr and His Orchestra - It's The Last Time I'll Fall In Love
()
67772 - May 17, 1940 -


3220A Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Mraval Jamier Caucasian Drinking Song
()
66210 - Also on Decca A-106 - August 28, 1939 -
3220B Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Kasbek Caucasian Folk Song
()
66211 - Also on Decca A-106 - August 28, 1939 -


3221A Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Trugi I Kintauri Georgian Karaban Dance
()
66212 - Also on Decca A-106 - August 28, 1939 -
3221B Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Allah Verdi Georgian Song
()
66213 - Also on Decca A-106 - August 28, 1939 -


3222A Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - The Prayer Of Shamil
()
66214 - Also on Decca A-106 - August 28, 1939 -
3222B Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Haitarma Caucasian Glass Dance
()
66215 - Also on Decca A-106 - August 28, 1939 -


3223A Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Tcherkes Dance
()
66216 - Also on Decca A-106 - August 28, 1939 -
Rubinstein "The DEMON" 3223B Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Notchinka Caucasian Song
(Rubinstein) from: "Demon"
66217 - Also on Decca A-106 - DE3223B - August 28, 1939 -


3224A Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Kunak Caucasian song
()
66218 - Also on Decca A-106 -DE3224A - August 28, 1939 -
3224B Nicolas Matthey's Oriental Orchestra - Georgashwili
()
66219 - Also on Decca A-106 -DE3224B - August 28, 1939 -


3225A Mills Brothers - Just A Dream Of You, Dear
()
67380 - March 22, 1940 -
3225B Mills Brothers - My Gal Sal
(Paul Dresser)
67341 - March 18, 1940 -


3226A Ambrose Orchestra - Her Name Was Rosita
()
-
3226B Ambrose Orchestra - Ridin' Home
() - -


3227A Vic Schoen and His Orchestra - Hit The Road vocal: Don Raye
()
67615 - April 23, 1940 -
3227B Vic Schoen and His Orchestra - Ababian Nights
()
67618 - April 23, 1940 -


3228A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Three O'Clock In The Morning vocal: Floyd Sherman
(Robledo - Terris)
67684 - May 8, 1940 -
3228B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Masquerade Waltz
(Loeb - Webster)
67689 - May 8, 1940 -


3229A Lani McIntyre and His Hawaiians - Heaven In Hawaii vocal: Lani McIntyre
(Joe White - Lani McIntyre)
67365 - March 21, 1940 -
3229B Ann Tell and Lani McIntyre Hawn - Evening In The Islands
(Beth Austin - Don Mcdiarmid)
67363 - March 21, 1940 -


3230A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Let's Say Goodnight To The Ladies Polka
()
67551 - April 16, 1940 -
3230B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Golden Gate Polka
()
67552 - April 16, 1940 -


3231A Judy Garland with Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra - The End Of The Rainbow
(Sammy Cahn - Saul Chaplin)
DLA-1971 - Los Angeles, CA - April 10, 1940 -
3231B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - The End Of The Rainbow
()
67734 - New York, NY - May 14, 1940 -


3232A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Temptation vocal: Kenny Sargent
()
67746 - New York, NY - May 16, 1940 -
3232B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - I Touched A Star
()
67747 - New York, NY - May 16, 1940 -


3233A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Complainin'
(Jess Stacey)
66832 - November 6, 1939 -
3233B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Ja Da
(Bob Carlton)
67401 - March 26, 1940 -


3234A Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - Feather Merchant's Ball
()
67778 - Br (Ger) 87096 - New York, NY - May 20, 1940 -
3234B Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - Teddy Bear Boogie
()
67780=A - BR80123 - De 3383 - New York, NY - May 20, 1940 -


3235A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Sweethearts On Parade
()
67648 - May 1, 1940 -
3235B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Cut Off My Legs And Call Me Shorty
()
67650 - May 1, 1940 -


3236A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Take It From The Top
()
67358 - March 20, 1940 -
3236B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Jubilee Swing
()
67360 - March 20, 1940 -


3237A Vic Schoen and His Orchestra - Of Maestro And Men
()
67617=A - April 23, 1940 -
3237B Vic Schoen and His Orchestra - Serenade To The Stars (Morning Glory)
()
67616=A - April 23, 1940 -


3238A Glenn Carr and His Orchestra - Down By The Ohio
(Olman)
67769 - May 17, 1940 -
3238B Glenn Carr and His Orchestra - Dream Train
()
67771 - May 17, 1940 -


3239A Johnny Long and His Orchestra - Louise
()
67533 - April 11, 1940 -
3239B Johnny Long and His Orchestra - Moonlight On The Ganges
()
67535 - April 11, 1940 -


3240A Nicolas Matthey - Kryst Persian Song
()
66549 - Also on Decca A-107 - September 12, 1939 -
3240B Nicolas Matthey - Omar Khayyaim Persian dance
()
66546 - Also on Decca A-107 - September 12, 1939 -


3241A Nicolas Matthey - Nighara Oriental Song
(Kotchetoff)
66542 - Also on Decca A-107 - September 12, 1939 -
3241B Nicolas Matthey - Kuraoglou Persian Sketch
()
66544 - Also on Decca A-107 - September 12, 1939 -


3242A Nicolas Matthey - Zuleika Persian Dance
(Francis Salabert)
66543 - Also on Decca A-107 - September 12, 1939 -
3242B Nicolas Matthey - Berceuse Persane Persian Air
(Ocki/Albi)
66545 - Also on Decca A-107 - September 12, 1939 -


3243A Nicolas Matthey - Song To The Persian Girls
(Orlanski)
66547 - Also on Decca A-107 - September 12, 1939 -
3243B Nicolas Matthey - Scharaschub Persian Song
()
66548 - Also on Decca A-107 - September 12, 1939 -


3244A Ray Kinney - When My Dream Boat Sails For Honolulu
()
DLA-1980 - Los Angeles, CA - April 11, 1940 -
3244B Ray Kinney - kona Moon
()
DLA-1979 - Los Angeles, CA - April 11, 1940 -


3245A Andrews Sisters - Let's Pack Our Things And Trek
()
67614 - New York, NY - April 23, 1940 -
3245B Andrews Sisters - Cock-Eyed MAyOr Of Kaunakakhai
()
67613 - New York, NY - April 23, 1940 -


3246A Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
()
67844 - May 28, 1940 -
3246B Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - Where Was I?
()
67843 - May 28, 1940 -


3247A Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - I'm Stepping Out With A Memory Tonight
()
67846 - May 28, 1940 -
3247B Tony Martin with Ray Sinatra Orchestra - I'll Never Smile Again
()
67845 - May 28, 1940 -


3248A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - All By Myself
()
67174 - February 6, 1940 -
3248B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Spain
()
67173 - February 6, 1940 -


3249A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Ramona Waltz
()
67686 - May 8, 1940 - 3249B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - In A Little Spanish Town
()
67685 - May 8, 1940 -


3250A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Give Me The Moonlight, Give Me The Girl
()
67375=A - March 22, 1940 - 3250B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Scared
()
67372=A - March 22, 1940 -


3251A Milt Herth Trio - Bummel Petris - Jolly Peter
()
67604 - April 19, 1940 - 3251B Milt Herth Trio - Goofus
()
67542 - April 15, 1940 -


3252A Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - The Down Home Blues
()
67673 - 67821 - May 3, 1940 -
3252A Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - The Down Home Blues
()
67821 - 67673 - May 27, 1940 -
3252B Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - Nothin' To Do
()
67823 - May 27, 1940 -


3253A Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five - Bounce The Ball
()
67 311 - March 13, 1940 - 3253B Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five - Don't Come Cryin' On My Shoulder
()
67636 - April 29, 1940 -


3254A Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Beams or Heaven

(Sister Rosetta Tharpe)
64885=A - January 10, 1939 - 2:39
3254B Sister Rosetta Tharpe - Saviour Don't Pass Me By

(Sister Rosetta Tharpe)
64886=A - January 10, 1939 - 2:40


3255A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Hear My Song, Violetta vocal: Bob Eberly
()
67640 - New York, NY - April 30, 1940 -
3255B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Devil May Care vocal: Bob Eberly
()
67641 - New York, NY - April 30, 1940 -


3256A Victor Sylvester and His Orchestra - Supposing
()
-
3256B Victor Sylvester and His Orchestra - Until Tomorrow Instrumental
()
-


3257A Bing Crosby - I'm Waiting For SHIPS That Never Come In
()
DLA-1953 - Los Angeles, CA - February 25, 1940 -
3257B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter - Cynthia
()
DLA-1795 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1939 -


3258A Ink Spots - Whispering Grass
(Fred Fisher - Doris Fisher)
67862=A - Also on Decca 32632B; Decca Set A-477-2 - New York, NY - June 11, 1940 - 2:44
3258B Ink Spots - Maybe
(Allan Flynn - Frank Madden)
67863 - New York, NY - June 11, 1940 -


3259A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - All This And Heaven Too vocal: Bob Eberly
(Jimmy Van Heusen - Eddie De Lange)
67856=A - New York, NY - June 3, 1940 -
3259B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - If I Forget You vocal: Bob Eberly
(Irving Caesar)
67854A - New York, NY - June 3, 1940 -


3260A Lou Holden and His Disciples of Rhythm - Ferryboat Serenade
(E. DiLazzaro - M. Panzeri - H. Adamson)
C-93038 - June 7, 1940 -
3260B Lou Holden and His Disciples of Rhythm - Maid With The Slight Swiss Accent
(Fabian Andre)
C-93042 - June 7, 1940 -


3261A Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Coral Sea
()
67681 - New York, NY - May 7, 1940 -
3261B Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - When Buddha Smiles
()
67562 - New York, NY - April 17, 1940 -


3262A Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Serenade To A Sarong
()
67784 - May 20, 1940 -
3262B Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Pom Pom
()
67782 - May 20, 1940 -


3263A Harry Horlick's Orchestra - My Wonderful One
()
67688 - May 8, 1940 -
3263B Harry Horlick's Orchestra - Paradise
()
67687 - May 8, 1940 -


3264A Ray Kinney and His Orchestra - Drowsy Waters Wailana Waltz
()
66948 - December 8, 1939 -
3264B Ray Kinney and His Orchestra - Aloha
()
66947 - December 8, 1939 -


3265A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Ferryboat Serenade
()
93026 - June 5, 1940 -
3265B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Lokkoren Valsen
()
93024 - June 5, 1940 -


3266A Dick Powell and Lou Forbes - Don't Give Up The Ship
()
Also Decca set A-142 -
3266B Dick Powell and Lou Forbes - Song Of The Marines
()
DLA-818=A - Also Decca set A-142 - May 31, 1937 -


3267A Dick Powell and Norsemen - On Brave Old Army Team
()
66858 - also Decca set A-142 - November 10, 1939 -
3267B Dick Powell and Norsemen - Semper Paratus
()
66856 - Also Decca set A-142 - November 10, 1939 -


3268A The Jesters - McNamara's Band
()
67866 - June 12, 1940 -
3268B The Jesters - She Lived Next Door To The Firehouse
()
67869 - June 12, 1940 -


3269A The Jesters - It's The Same Old Shillelagh
()
67867 - June 12, 1940 -
3269B The Jesters - Mush - Mush - Mush
()
67868 - June 12, 1940 -


3270A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Where Do You Keep Your Heart? vocal: Bob Eberly
()
67855 - New York, NY - June 3, 1940 -
3270B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Shades Of Twilight vocal: Bob Eberly
()
67857 - New York, NY - June 3, 1940 -


3271A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Shortnin' Bread
()
67403=B - VD 311 - March 26, 1940 -
3271B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Embraceable You
()
67473 - April 3, 1940 -


3272A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Herman At The Sherman Byfield Stomp
()
67523=A - New York, NY - April 10, 1940 -
3272B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Jukin'
()
67588 - New York, NY - April 18, 1940 -


3273A Lew Stone's Band - An Amazon Goes A-Wooing
()
-
3273B Lew Stone's Band - Dinner And Dance
()
-


3274A Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Wishing And Crying For You
()
67435 - March 29, 1940 -
3274B Al Cooper and His Savoy Sultans - Sophisticated Jump
()
67436 - March 29, 1940 -


3275A Albert Kerry (violin solo)
Where Was I?
()
67865 - June 11, 1940 -
3275B Albert Kerry (violin solo)
Intermezzo
()
67864 - June 11, 1940 -


3276A Jolly Jack Robel and His Ochestra - Mountain Belle Schottische
()
67553A - April 16, 1940 -
3276B Jolly Jack Robel and His Ochestra - Wilkes-Barre Polka
()
67549A - April 16, 1940 -


3277A Connie Boswell - Blue Lovebird
()
67889 - June 24, 1940 -
3277B Connie Boswell - Orchids For Remembrance
()
67890 - June 24, 1940 -


3278A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
()
67886 - June 24, 1940 -
3278B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Stop Pretending
()
67888 - June 24, 1940 -


3279A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Orchids For Remembrance vocal: J.Palmer
()
67887 - June 24, 1940 -
3279B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Can't Get IndianA Off My Mind vocal: DC
()
67885 - June 24, 1940 -


3280A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - I Bought A Wooden Whistle
()
67506 - New York, NY - April 9, 1940 -
3280B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Blue vocal: Helen O'Connell/Be
()
67643 - New York, NY - April 30, 1940 -


3281A Lou Holden Disciples O Rhythm - The Lion And The Mouse
()
C-93040 - June 7, 1940 -
3281B Lou Holden Disciples O Rhythm - Windy Day On The Outer Drive
()
C-93041 - June 7, 1940 -


3282A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Fine And Mellow vocal: June Richmond
(Billie Holiday)
67893 - New York, NY - June 25, 1940 -
3282B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Fifteen Minute Intermission
(Sonny Skler - Bette Cannon)
67895 - New York, NY - June 25, 1940 -


3283A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Hep Cat's Ball
()
67321 - March 14, 1940 -
3283B Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Lazy 'Sippi Steamer
()
67325 - March 14, 1940 -


3284A Milt Herth Trio - Down South
()
67605=B - April 19, 1940 -
3284B Milt Herth Trio - Dardanella
()
67544 - April 15, 1940 -


3285A Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - Mickey Mouse's Brithday Party
()
C-90882 - September 24, 1936 -
3285B Victor Young and His Orchestra - Donald Duck
()
61202=A - Also Decca Set A-146 - June 26, 1936 -


3286A Louis Katzmanand His Orchestra - Parade Of The Wooden Soldiers
()
38560 - September 7, 1934 -
3286B Louis Katzmanand His Orchestra - There's Something About A Soldier
(Byron Gay)
38559=C - October 4, 1934 -


3287A Connie Boswell - I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby
(Dorothy Fields - Jimmy McHugh)
67892 - June 24, 1940 -
3287B Connie Boswell - When It's Sleepy Time Down South
()
67891 - June 24, 1940 -


3288A Ink Spots - Stop Pretending
()
67898 - New York, NY - June 24, 1940 -
3288B Ink Spots - You're Breaking My Heart All Over Again
()
67900 - New York, NY - June 26, 1940 -


3289A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - I'll Never Smile Again
(Ruth Lowe)
67910 - July 3, 1940 -
3289A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - I'll Never Smile Again
()
68010 - August 27, 1940 -(remake)
3289B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Get The Moon Out Of Your Eyes
(Dave Franklin)
67909=A - July 3, 1940 -


3290A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Blueberry Hill
()
67911 - July 3, 1940 -
3290B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - I'm Home Again
()
67912 - July 3, 1940 -


3291A Louis Armstrong and Mills Brothers - Marie
()
67531 - April 11, 1940 -
3291B Mills Brothers - Sleepy Time Gal
()
67339 - March 18, 1940 -


3292A Ambrose and His Orchestra - So Deep Is The Night
()
-
3292B Ambrose and His Orchestra - Nursie, Nursie
()
-


3293A Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Scratching In The Gravel
()
67894 - June 25, 1940 -
3293B Andy Kirk and His Clouds of Joy - Take Those Blues Away
()
67896 - 67986 - June 25, 1940 -


3294A Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Night Hop
()
67781 - May 20, 1940 -
3294B Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Okay For Baby
()
67783 - May 20, 1940 -


3295A Freddie Fisher - My Black Hen
()
93050=A - June 9, 1940 -
3295B Freddie Fisher - My Little Girl
()
93045=A - June 9, 1940 -


3296A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Emilia Polka
()
93025 - June 5, 1940 -
3296B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas)
Pokey Polka
()
93019 - June 5, 1940 -


3297A Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers - Ballad For Americans part I
()
DLA-2035 - Also on Decca A-134 - Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 1940 -
3297B Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers - Ballad For Americans part II
()
DLA-2036 - Also on Decca A-134 - Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 1940 -


3298A Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers - Ballad For Americanspart III
()
DLA-2037 - Also on Decca A-134 - Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 1940 -
3298B Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers - Ballad For AmericansIV
()
DLA-2038=A (A-134)- Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 1940 -


3299A Bing Crosby and Dick McIntyre - A Song Of Old Hawaii
()
DLA-2014 - Los Angeles, CA - July 1, 1940 -
3299B Bing Crosby and Dick McIntyre - Trade Winds
()
DLA-2013 - Los Angeles, CA - July 1, 1940 -




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3300A Bing Crosby - Only Forever
()
DLA-2033=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 3, 1940 -
3300B Bing Crosby - When The Moon Comes Over Madison Square
()
DLA-2031=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 3, 1940 -

3301A Moylan Sisters - A Lazy Lack-A-Daisy Melody
()
67914 - July 3, 1940 -
3301B Moylan Sisters - Little Sweetheart Of The Valley
()
67913 - July 3, 1940 -


3302A Jack Fulton - When Day Is Done
()
67915 - July 3, 1940 -
3302B Jack Fulton - My Moonlight Madonna
()
67916 - July 3, 1940 -


3300A Bing Crosby - Only Forever
()
DLA-2033=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 3, 1940 -
3300B Bing Crosby When The Moon Comes Over Madison Square

()
DLA-2031=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 3, 1940 -


3301A Moylan Sisters - A Lazy Lack-A-Daisy MeLody
()
67914 - July 3, 1940 -
3301B Moylan Sisters Little Sweetheart Of The Valley
()
67913 - July 3, 1940 -


3302A Jack Fulton - When Day Is DOne
()
67915 - July 3, 1940 -
3302B Jack Fulton - My Moonlight Madonna
()
67916 - July 3, 1940 -


3303A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Jimtown Blues
(Rose - Davis)
67342 - March 18, 1940 -
3303B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Big Bad Bill
()
67343 - March 18, 1940 -


3304A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I'll Never Smile Again
(Ruth LoWe)
67926 (De-1B)
July 9, 1940 -
3304B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Goodbye, Little Darlin', Goodbye
()
67922 - July 9, 1940 -


3305A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Ferryboat Serenade
()
67921 - July 9, 1940 -
3305B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - On A Simmery Summery Day
()
67925 - July 9, 1940 -


3306A Andy Kirk and His CLouds Of Joy - Now I Lay Me Down To Dream
(Ted Fiorito - Eddy Howard)
67917 - July 8, 1940 -
3306B Andy Kirk and His CLouds Of Joy - What's Your Story, Morning GLory
(M. Williams - J. Lawton - P. Webster)
64699=A - October 25, 1938 -


3307A The Sophisticats - Louisiana Purchase
()
C93084 - June 19, 1940 -
3307B The Sophisticats - The Kitten With The Big Green Eyes
()
C93085 - June 19, 1940 -


3308A Happy Harry Harden (David Stoljarovic) and His Orchestra - Bartender Polka
()
67923 - July 9, 1940 -
3308B Happy Harry Harden (David Stoljarovic) and His Orchestra - Emilia Polka
()
67924 - July 9, 1940 -


3309A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra - That's For Me
(James V. Monaco - Johnny Burke) "Rhythm On the River"
DLA-2043=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 10, 1940 -
3309B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra - Rhythm On The River
(James V. Monaco - Johnny Burke) "Rhythm On the River"
DLA-2042=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 10, 1940 -


3310A Andrew Sisters with the Vic Schoen Orchestra - I Want My Mama
()
DLA-2041 - Los Angeles, CA - July 7, 1940 -
3310B Andrew Sisters with the Vic Schoen Orchestra - Oh' He Loves Me
()
DLA-2039=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 7, 1940 -


3311A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - And So Do I vocal: Bob Erberle
()
67933 - New York, NY - July 17, 1940 -
3311B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Let Me Dream
()
67510 - New York, NY - April 9, 1940 -


3312A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Dolimite
()
67935 - New York, NY - July 17, 1940 -
3312B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Hep Tee Hootie (Jook Box Jive) vocal: Helen O'Connell
()
67934 - New York, NY - July 17, 1940 -


3313A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - That's For Me
()
67937 - July 19, 1940 -
3313B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Only Forever vocal: Jimmy Palmer
()
67938 - July 19, 1940 -


3314A Ceelle Burke - Trade Winds
()
DLA-2050=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1940 -
3314B Ceelle Burke - They Tell Me Hawaii Is Heaven
()
DLA-2052 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1940 -


3315A Ceelle Burke - A Moment In Sorrento
()
DLA-2053=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1940 -
3315B Ceelle Burke South Of Pago Pago
()
DLA-2051 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1940 -


3316A Henry King and His Orchestra - Broadway Conga
()
DLA-2046 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1940 -
3316B Henry King and His Orchestra - Cui, Cui
()
DLA-2049 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1940 -


3317A Peter Uryga Motor City Orchestra - Rhumba Polka
()
93053 - June 17, 1940 -
3317B Peter Uryga Motor City Orchestra - On The Banks Of The Mississippi
()
93059 - June 17, 1940 -


3318A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - On The Sunny Side Of The Street
()
38594 - September 10, 1934 - 3318B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Undecided
()
65039 - Also Decca set A-138 - February 17, 1939 -


3319A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Sing Me A Swing Song
()
61124 - Also Decca set A-138 - June 2, 1936 - 3319B Chick Webb and His Orchestra - A Little Bit Later On
()
61125 - June 2, 1936 -


3320A Chick Webb and His Orchestra - The Dipsy Doodle
(Larry Clinton)
62887 - DE1587 - Also Decca set A-138 - December 17, 1937 -
3320B Chick Webb and His Little Chicks - In A Little Spanish Town
()
62618 - September 21, 1937 -


3321A Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra - Can't Get Indiana Off My Mind
(Hoagy Carmichael - Robert De Leon)
DLA-2045A - Los Angeles, CA - July 10, 1940 - 3321B Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra - I Found A Million Dolllar Baby
(Harry Warren - Billy Rose - Mort Dixon)
DLA-2044A - Los Angeles, CA - July 10, 1940 -


3322A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Once In A Lovetime vocal: Bob Eberly
()
67932 - New York, NY - July 17, 1940 -
3322B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - While The Music Plays On vocal: Helen O'Connell
()
67936 - New York, NY - July 17, 1940 -


3323A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I Am An American
()
67945=A - July 25, 1940 -
3323B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - You're A Grand Old Flag
()
67944=A - July 25, 1940 -


3324A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Gulf Coast Blues
()
67701 - May 9, 1940 -
3324B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Deedle De Dum
()
67699 - May 9, 1940 -


3325A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Trade Winds
()
6 7940 - July 19, 1940 -
3325B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Love Lies
()
67939 - July 19, 1940 -


3326A Henry King and His Orchestra - Viene La Conga
()
DLA-2048 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1940 -
3326B Henry King and His Orchestra - Adios Panama
()
DLA-2047 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1940 -


3327A Freddie Fisher and His Orchestra - Bluebird
()
93044=A - June 9, 1940 -
3327B Freddie Fisher and His Orchestra - Wienerwurst Polka
()
93046=A - June 9, 1940 -


3328A Andrew Sisters - Ferryboat Serenade
()
DLA-2055 - Los Angeles, CA - July 15, 1940 -
3328B Andrew Sisters - Hit The Road
()
DLA-2056=B - Los Angeles, CA - July 15, 1940 -


3329A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - The Call Of The Canyon
()
67954 - July 31, 1940 -
3329B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - The Funny Old Phonograph
()
-


3330A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Now I Lay Me Down To Dream
()
67950 - July 29, 1940 -
3330B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Crosstown
()
-


3331A Mills Brothers - Moonlight Bay
(Percy Wenrich)
67340 - March 18, 1940 -
3331B Mills Brothers - On The Banks Of The Wabash
()
67367=B - March 21, 1940 -


3332A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Deep Night
(Charlie Henderson - Rudy Valee)
67521A - New York, NY - April 10, 1940 -
3332B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Whistle Stop
(Zilner Randolph - Woody Herman)
67522A - New York, NY - April 10, 1940 -


3333A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Dusk In Upper Sandusky
()
Also Decca set A-135 -
3333B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Flight Of The Bumble Bee
()
-


3334A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Long John Silver
()
63689=A - Also Decca set A-135 - New York, NY - April 29, 1938 -
3334B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Parade Of The Milk Bottles
()
-


3335A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - The DixieLand Band
(Hanighen - Mercer)
39563 - Also Decca set A-134 - June 1, 1935 -
3335B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
()
61592 - Also Decca set A-132 - February 8, 1937 -


3336A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Come Back, Sweet Papa
()
61163 - Also Decca set A-134 - June 12, 1936 -
3336B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Smokey Mary
()
64929 - Also Decca set A-134 - January 23, 1939 -


3337A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Sugar Foot Strut
Sugar Foot Strut
(Pierce - Meyers - Schwab)
61164=A - Also Decca set A-134; 1094-A - June 12, 1936 - 3:13
3337B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - At The Jazz Band Ball
(D. LaRocca - Larry Shields)
63388 - Also Decca set A-134 - March 10, 1938 -


3338A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Muskrat Ramble
(Edward Ory)
61036 - COR60020 - Also Decca set A-134 - April 13, 1936 -
3338B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Dixieland Shuffle
()
61037 COR60226 - Also Decca set A-134 - April 13, 1936 -


3339A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Royal Garden Blues
(Spencer Williams)
61217 - Also Decca set A-134 - August 19, 1936 -
3339B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Squeeze Me
()
DLA1020=A - Also Decca set A-134 - November 5, 1937 -


3340A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Wolverine Blues
(Ferd Morton - Ben and John Spikes)
63272=A - Also Decca set A-134 - February 10, 1938 -
3340B Bob Crosby and His Bobcats - Panama
(William Tyers)
DLA1094=A - COR60098 - Also Decca set A-134 - November 16, 1937 -


3341A Johnny Long and His Orchestra - Looking At The World Thur Rose CoLored Glasses
()
67534 - April 11, 1940 -
3341B Johnny Long and His Orchestra - When I Take My Sugar To Tea
()
67532 - April 11, 1940 -


3342A Three Peppers - Hot Dogs
()
67667 - May 2, 1940 -
3342B Three Peppers - Tom Tom Serenade
()
67666 - May 2, 1940 -


3343A Paradise Isle Trio - Memories
()
DLA-2062 - Los Angeles, CA - July 20, 1940 -
3343B Paradise Isle Trio - Ramona
()
DLA-2063 - Los Angeles, CA - July 20, 1940 -


3344A Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Point Breeze Polka
()
67554 - April 16, 1940 -
3344B Jolly Jack Robel and His Band - Nanticoke Watlz
()
67556 - April 16, 1940 -


3345A Frances Langford with the Victor Young Orchestra - Love Lies
()
DLA-2078=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 30, 1940 -
3345B Frances Langford with the Victor Young Orchestra - And So Do I
()
DLA-2081=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 30, 1940 -


3346A Ink Spots - I'll Never Smile Again
()
67968 - New York, NY - August 8, 1940 -
3346B Ink Spots - I Could Make You Care
()
67969 - New York, NY - August 20, 1940 -


3347A Merry Macs - I Get The Blues When It Rains
(Harry Stoddard - Marcy Klauber)
DLA-2076=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 27, 1940 -
3347B Merry Macs - The Way You Look Tonight
(Jerome Kern - Dorothy Fields)
DLA-2077=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 27, 1940 -


3348A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Come And Get It
()
66685 - September 28, 1939 -
3348B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Mirage
()
67682 - New York, NY - May 7, 1940 -


3349A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Breaking My Heart To Keep Away From You
()
67947 - July 25, 1940 -
3349B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - When I Get You ALone Tonight
()
67946 - July 25, 1940 -


3350A Andy Kirk and His CLouds of Joy - No Greater Love
()
67918 - July 8, 1940 -
3350B Andy Kirk and His CLouds of Joy - Midnight Stroll
()
67919 - July 8, 1940 -


3351A The Sophisticats - Harold Hawkins Hobble
() - C93087 - June 19, 1940 -
3351B The Sophisticats - I'll Say
() - C93086 - June 19, 1940 -


3352A Don Arres Orchestra - Americonga
() - 67956 - August 2, 1940 -
3352B Don Arres Orchestra - That Happy Conga
() - 67957 - August 2, 1940 -


3353 Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Dalback Polka
() - 93022=A - June 5, 1940 -
3353B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Saturday Watlz
() - 93020=A - June 5, 1940 -


3354A Bing Crosby with the Paradise Isle Trio - Where The Blue Of The Night
() - DLA-2058 - Los Angeles, CA - July 20, 1940 -
3354B Bing Crosby with Paradise Isle Trio - The Watlz You Saved For Me
() - DLA-2057=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 20, 1940 -


3355A The Jesters - Ain't It A Shame About Mame
() - 67979 - August 14, 1940 -
3355B The Jesters - Charlie Was A SaiLor
() - 67978 - August 14, 1940 -


3356A Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - Boogie Woogie St Louis Blues
(W. C. Handy) - 67974A - August 9, 1940 - 3356B Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - Chocolate
(Erskine Butterfield) - 67972AA COR60026 - August 9, 1940 -


3357A Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - Pushin' The Conversation ALong
() - 67973 - August 9, 1940 -
3357B Erskine Butterfield Blue Boys - Don't Leave Me Now
() - 67971 - August 9, 1940 -


3358A Coleman Hawkins - Honeysuckle Rose
(Thomas "Fats" Waller (C) - (L) Andy Razaf)
- CE6742 - November 18, 1934 -
3358B Coleman Hawkins - Jamaica Shout
() - W265144 - September 29, 1933-


3359A Fisher - Twelfth Street Rag
() - 93051=A - June 9, 1940 -
3359B Fisher - Ah Ha!
() - 93048=A - June 9, 1940 -


3360A Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five - Waitin' For The Robert E Lee
() - 67637=A - April 29, 1940 -
3360B Louis Jordan and His Tympani Five - Oh Boy, I'm In The Groove
() - 67634 - April 29, 1940 -


3361A Al Perry's Hawaiians - Ukulele Lady vocal: Clara Inter
(Richard Whitting - Gus Kahn)
- DLA-2022 - Los Angeles, CA - July 1, 1940 - 3361B Clara Inter with Al Keahola Perry - Pidgin English Hula vocal: Clara Inter
(Charles King)
- DLA-2020=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 1, 1940 -


3362A Peter Uryga and His Orchestra - Two Clarinets Polka
()
- 93054 - June 17, 1940 -
3362B Peter Uryga and His Orchestra - Golden Dreams Watlz
()
- 93055 - June 17, 1940 -


3363A Jimmy McPartLand's Squirrels - Panama
(Will Tyers)
- C90700=A - April 25, 1936 -
3363B Jimmy McPartLand's Squirrels - Eccentric
()
- C90697 - April 24, 1936 -


3364A Mike Riley and Eddie Farley - The Music Goes Round And Round
(Mike Riley and Eddie Farley)
- 60110 - October 24, 1935 -
3364B Mike Riley and Eddie Farley - I'm Gonna Clap My Hands
(Mike Riley -Eddie Farley)
- 60358 - Also Decca set A-158 - January 17, 1936 -


3365A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Hello, Mister Kringle
()
- 66806=A - Also Decca set A-161 - October 27, 1939 -
3365B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I Want You For Christmas
()
- 62697=B - New York, NY - October 19, 1937 -


3366A Connie Boswell - Blueberry Hill
()
- 68000 - August 22, 1940 -
3366B Connie Boswell - The Nearness Of You
()
- 68001 - August 22, 1940 -


3367A Decca Band and American Eight - God Bless America
()
- 67993 - Also Decca set A-156 - August 20, 1940 -
3367B Decca Band and American Eight - My Own United States
()
- 67994 - Also Decca set A-156 - August 20, 1940 -


3368A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Notre Dame Medley
()
- 67948 - July 29, 1940 -
3368B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Notre Dame Medley
()
- 67949 - July 29, 1940 -


3369A Don Arres Orchestra - One And Two And Three Conga
()
- 67959 - August 2, 1940 -
3369B Don Arres Orchestra - Agua - Agua - Rumba
()
- 67958 - August 2, 1940 -


3370A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Crashin' Through
()
- CE9782 - London, UK - May 9, 1939 -
3370B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - War Dance For Wooden Indians
()
- CE10300 - London, UK - February 1, 1940 -


3371A Ray Kinney - On A Honolulu Holiday
()
- DLA1977 - Los Angeles, CA - April 11, 1940 -
3371B Ray Kinney - Hookipa Paka
()
- DLA1976 - Los Angeles, CA - April 11, 1940 -


3372A Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Barbara Polka
()
- 93021 - June 5, 1940 -
3372B Plehal Brothers (harmonicas) - Swing Me Round Polka
()
- 93023 - June 5, 1940 -


3373A Decca Band and American Eight with Harry Sosnick Orchestra - Strike Up The Band
()
- 67996 - Also Decca set A-156 - August 20, 1940 -
3373B Decca Band and American Eight - The Ranger's Song
()
- 67997 - Also Decca set A-156 - August 20, 1940 -


3374A Decca Band and American Eight - Your Land And My Land
()
- 67995 - Also Decca set A-156 - August 20, 1940 -
3374B Harry Sosnick Orchestra - March Of The Musketeers
()
- 67998 - Also Decca set A-156 - August 20, 1940 -


3375A Andrews Sisters - Pennsylvania
()
- 65000 68019 - New York, NY - August 28, 1940 -
3375B Andrews Sisters - Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar
(D. Raye - H. Prince - E. Sherhy)
- 68020 - New York, NY - August 28, 1940 -


3376A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - After Dark
()
- 68009=A - August 27, 1940 -
3376B Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - Bye-Lo-Bye LullaBy
()
- 68011 - August 27, 1940 -


3377A Sacasas Royal Havana Orchestra - The Breeze And I Rumba
()
- 67986 - August 19, 1940 -
3377B Sacasas Royal Havana Orchestra - Elube Chango Rumba
()
- 67988 - August 19, 1940 -


3378A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - My Greatest Mistake
()
- 68015=A - August 27, 1940 -
3378B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Darling, How Can You Forget So Soon?
()
- 68013=A - August 27, 1940 -


3379A Ink Spots - My Greatest Mistake
()
- 67990 - New York, NY - August 20, 1940 -
3379B Ink Spots - We Three
()
- 67928 - New York, NY - July 16, 1940 -


3380A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Bessie's Blues
()
- 67524 - New York, NY - April 10, 1940 -
3380B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Music By The Moon
()
- 67587 - New York, NY - April 18, 1940 -


3381A Louis Armstrong and Mills Brothers - Once Upon A Dream
()
- 67529 - April 11, 1940 -
3381B Mills Brothers - When You Were Sweet Sixteen
()
- 67382 - March 22, 1940 -


3382A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Gin Mill Blues
(Joe Sullivan)
- 61590 - VD119 - Also Decca A-137 - February 8, 1937 -
3382B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Boogie Woogie Maxixe
(Gil Rodin)
- 66220 - Also Decca A-137 - August 29, 1939 -


3383A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Indian Boogie Woogie piano: Tommy Linehan
(Woody Herman)
- 64832 - Also Decca A-137 - December 22, 1938 -
3383B Teddy Powell and His Orchestra - Teddy Bear Boogie
(Teddy Powell)
- 67780=A - Also Decca A-137 - De 3383; Br 80123 - New York, NY - May 20, 1940 -


3384A Pete Johnson - Blues On The Down Beat
(Pete Johnson)
- 68004=A - Also Decca set A-137-5 - August 23, 1940 -
3384B Pete Johnson Kaycee - On My Mind
(Pete Johnson - Dave Dexter)
- 68005=A - Also Decca set A-137-6 - August 23, 1940 -


3385A Mary Lou Williams - Overhand (New Froggy Bottom)
(Mary Lou Williams)
- 60878A - also Decca set A-137-7 - March 7, 1936 -
3385B Andy Kirk and His CLouds Of Joy feat. Mary Lou Williams 0 Little Joe From Chicago
(Mary Lou Williams - Henry Wells)
- 63259A - Also Decca set A-137-8 - February 8, 1938 -


3386A Cleo Brown - Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
(Pinetop Smith)
- 39399 - Also Decca A-137 - March 12, 1935 -
3386B Albert Ammons Rhythm Kings - Boogie Woogie Stomp
(Albert Ammons)
- C90568 - Also Decca A-137 - Chicago, IL - January 14, 1936 -


3387A Honey Hill - Boogie Woogie
(Pinetop Smith)
- 64225 - Also Decca A-137 - June 24, 1938 -
3387B Meade Lux Lewis = Yancey Special
(Meade Lux Lewis)
- C90561 - Also Decca A-137 - January 11, 1936 -


3388A Bing Crosby - Legend Of Old California
()
- DLA-2072 - Los Angeles, CA - July 27, 1940 -
3388B Bing Crosby - Prairieland LullaBy
()
- DLA-2075=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 27, 1940 -


3389A Dick Powell and Foursome - Tumble Down Ranch In Arizona
()
- DLA-2089 - Los Angeles, CA - August 26, 1940 -
3389B Dick Powell and Foursome - Old Shep
()
- DLA-2088=A - Los Angeles, CA - August 26, 1940 -


3390A Merry Macs - Red Wing
()
- DLA-2065 - Los Angeles, CA - July 23, 1940 -
3390B Merry Macs - Dry Bones
()
- DLA-2064 - Los Angeles, CA - July 23, 1940 -


3391A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Whispering Grass vocal: Bob Eberly
(Fred Fisher - Doris Fisher)
- 68029=A - New York, NY - September 3, 1940 -
3391B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Talkin' To My Heart vocal: Bob Eberly
(Jimmy Dorsey - Paul Sander - Mel Ball)
- 68030=A - New York, NY - September 3, 1940 -


3392A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Maybe vocal: Jimmy Palmer
()
- 67941 - July 19, 1940 -
3392B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - One Look At You
()
- 68036 - September 4, 1940 -


3393A Milt Herth Trio - Creole Love Call
()
- 67607 - April 22, 1940 -
3393B Milt Herth Trio - Black And Tan Fantasy
()
- 67608 - April 22, 1940 -


3394A Dick McIntire And His Harmony Hawaiians - Kailua
(Dick McIntire - Roland Ball)
- DLA-2016=A - De 25170; De X 1974(Aus) - (La) - July 1, 1940 -
3394B Andy Iona and His Islanders - South Sea Lullabies
(Andy Iona - Lysle Tomerlin)
- DLA663=A - December 15, 1936 -


3395A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Yesterthoughts
()
- 68027 - New York, NY - September 3, 1940 -
3395B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - On The Trail
()
- 68028 - New York, NY - September 3, 1940 -


3396A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Rhumboogie
()
- 68055 - New York, NY - September 9, 1940 -
3396B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - A Million Dreams Ago
()
- 68056 - New York, NY - September 9, 1940 -


3397A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Looking For Yesterday
()
- 68054 - New York, NY - September 9, 1940 -
3397B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - I Wouldn't Take A Million
()
- 68053 - New York, NY - September 9, 1940 -


3398A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - The Right Time
()
- 68040 - September 4, 1940 -
3398B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Take Care vocal: DC
()
- 68038 - September 4, 1940 -


3399A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Practice Makes Perfect
()
- 68059 - September 10, 1940 -
3399B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Willie, Willie, Willie
()
- 68060=A - September 10, 1940 -


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3400A Frances Langford with the Victor Young Orchestra - You're Nearer
()
- DLA-2080=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 30, 1940 -
3400B Frances Langford with the Victor Young Orchestra - Dreaming Out Loud
()
- DLA-2079 - Los Angeles, CA - July 30, 1940 -


3401A Jesters - You Are My Sunshine
()
- 67977 - August 14, 1940 -
3401B Jesters - It's All Over Now
()
- 67980 - August 14, 1940 -


3402A Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Pagan Love Song
(N.H.Brown - A.Freed)
- 66645 -
3402B Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight
(F.H. Klickman - H.G. Frost)
- 66951 - December 8, 1939 -


3403A Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - Call Of The Canyon
()
- DLA-2146 - Los Angeles, CA - September 10, 1940 -
3403B Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - My Next Romance
()
- DLA-2131 - Los Angeles, CA - September 6, 1940 -


3404A Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Two Dreams Met
()
- LA2106 - Los Angeles, CA - September 3, 1940 -
3404B Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Down Argentine Way
()
- LA2109 - Los Angeles, CA - September 4, 1940 -


3405A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wai
()
-
3405B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Who?
(Jerome Kern)
- 67955 - July 31, 1940 -


3406A Russ Morgan and His Orchesta - - The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
()
- 68006 - August 27, 1940 -
3406B Russ Morgan and His Orchesta - It's Eight O'Clock
()
- 68012=A - August 27, 1940 -


3407A Henry Busse - It Serves Me Right
()
- DLA-2120 - September 4, 1940 -
3407B Henry Busse - Nothing But
()
- DLA-2122 - September 4, 1940 -


3408A Lou Holden Disciples O Rhythm - Yankee Doodle Polka
()
- 68050 - September 6, 1940 -
3408B Lou Holden Disciples O Rhythm - Swiss Bellringer
()
- 68049 - September 6, 1940 -


3409A Johnny Long and His Orchesta - In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town
()
- 68083 - September 12, 1940 -
3409B Johnny Long and His Orchesta - Swing Me Bach
()
- 68086 - September 12, 1940 -


3410A Dick Robertson and His Orchesta - Hello! Little Girl Of My Dreams
()
- 68014A - August 27, 1940 -
3410B Dick Robertson and His Orchesta - It's A Mighty Pretty Night For Love
()
- 68016A - August 27, 1940 -


3411A Al Kealoha Perry - Pua Hau O Maleka
()
- DLA1995 - Los Angeles, CA - June 28, 1940 -
3411B Al Kealoha Perry - Nani Wale E Ka Mahina
()
- DLA1996 - Los Angeles, CA - June 28, 1940 -


3412A Al Kealoha Perry - Pokii
(Frank Judd)
- DLA1999=A - Los Angeles, CA - June 28, 1940 -
3412B Al Kealoha Singing Surfriders - Hula Oni Oni E
(Cliff Bernal - Joaquin Cambria)
- DLA-2000 - Los Angeles, CA - June 28, 1940 -


3413A Frank Luther - Twas The Night Before Christmas part I
()
- 68122 - Also Decca set A-161 - September 17, 1940 -
3413B Frank Luther - Twas The Night Before Christmas part II
()
- 68123 - Also Decca set A-161 - September 17, 1940 -


3414A Deanna Durbin - When April Sings
()
- DLA-2095 - Los Angeles, CA - August 29, 1940 -
3414B Deanna Durbin - Waltzing In The CLouds
()
- DLA-2093 - Los Angeles, CA - August 29, 1940 -


3415A Tony Martin and Frances Langford - Our Love Affair
()
- DLA-2129 - September 6, 1940 -
3415B Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - Two Dreams Met
()
- DLA-2128 - September 6, 1940 -


3416A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Our Love Affair
()
- 68125 - New York, NY - September 18, 1940 -
3416B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - We Three
()
- 68124 - New York, NY - September 18, 1940 -


3417A Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - You Forgot About Me vocal: Bob Crosby with Bob-O-Links
(Dick Robertson - Sammy Mysels - James Hanley) from: "Let's Make Music"
- LA2127A - September 6, 1940 -
3417B Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Gone But Not Forgotten vocal: Bonnie King
(Robert Haggart - Jack Lawrence)
- LA2137A - September 10, 1940 -


3418A Sacasas Royal Havana Orchestra - Cosquillas Rumba
()
- 67987 - August 19, 1940 -
3418B Sacasas Royal Havana Orchestra - Fiestecita Rumba
()
- 67989 - August 19, 1940 -


3419A Russ Morgan and His Orchesta - I Hear Music
()
-
3419B Russ Morgan and His Orchesta - Dancing On A Dime
()
-


3420A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - So Long
()
- 68147 - September 25, 1940 -
3420B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Five O'Clock Whistle
()
- 68146 - September 25, 1940 -


3421A Terry Shand and His Orchesta - Lil'l Boy Love
()
- 68062 - September 10, 1940 -
3421B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - My PIGGY BANK Is JING-A-LING Again
()
- 68064=A - September 10, 1940 -


3422A Bartlesville Barflies - Love Me And The World Is Mine / Medley
() from: "Just A Dream Of You Dear"
-
3422B Bartlesville Barflies - Wait Till The Sun Shines, Nellie / Medley
() from: "By The Watermelon Vine"
-


3423A Bing Crosby and Merry Macs - Do You Ever Think Of Me?
()
- DLA-2066=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 23, 1940 -
3423B Bing Crosby and Merry Macs - You Made Me Love You
(Monaco - McCarthy)
- DLA-2067=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 23, 1940 -


3424A Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - Yesterthoughts
(Victor Herbert)
- DLA-2130 - September 6, 1940 -
3424B Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - A Handful Of Stars
()
- DLA-2145 - September 6, 1940 -


3425A Connie Boswell - Nobody's Sweetheart
()
- 68002 - August 22, 1940 -
3425B Connie Boswell - Dinah
(Akst - Lewis - Young)
- 68003 - August 22, 1940 -


3426A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Moon Over Burma
()
- 68145 - New York, NY - September 25, 1940 -
3426B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - When You Awake
()
- 68126 - New York, NY - September 18, 1940 -


3427A Woody Herman and His Orchesta - Frenesi
(Alberto Dominguez)
- 68157 - New York, NY - September 27, 1940 -
3427B Woody Herman and His Orchesta - Song Of Old Hawaii
()
- 68158 - New York, NY - September 27, 1940 -


3428A Teddy Grace - See What The Boys In The Back Room Will Have
()
- 68155 - September 26, 1940 -
3428B Teddy Grace - I'm The Lonesomest Gal In Town
()
- 68156 - September 26, 1940 -


3429A Will Hudson and His Orchesta - The World Without You vocal: Kay Kenny
()
- 68129 - September 19, 1940 -
3429B Will Hudson and His Orchesta - Peekin' At The Deacon
()
- 68130=A - September 19, 1940 -


3430A Al Perry's Hawaiians - King Kamehameha vocal: Clara Inter
(Johnny Noble - Ted Fio Rito)
- DLA-2029=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 2, 1940 -
3430B Clara Inter / Al Keahola Perry - Whenhilo Hattie Does The Hilo Hop
(Johnny Noble - Don McDiarmid)
- DLA-2017=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 1, 1940 -


3431A Bob Crosby's Bob Cats - Don't Call Me A Boy vocal: Nappy Lamare
(Max Bennett)
- LA2136A - September 10, 1940 -
3431B Bob Crosby's Bob Cats - You're Bound To Look Like A Monkey (When You Grow Old) vocal: Nappy Lamare
(Clarence Williams - Alex Hill)
- LA2142B - September 10, 1940 -


3432A Ink Spots - Do I Worry?
()
- 67970 - New York, NY - August 8, 1940 -
3432B Ink Spots - Java Jive
()
- 67931 - New York, NY - July 16, 1940 -


3433A Frances Langford - Who Am I?
()
- DLA-2143 - September 10, 1940 -
3433B Frances Langford - In The Cool Of The Evening
()
- DLA-2144 - September 10, 1940 -


3434A Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - I'd Know You Anywhere
()
- LA2124 - September 6, 1940 -
3434B Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - I've Got A One Track Mind
()
- LA2126 - September 6, 1940 -


3435A* Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchesta - You've Got Me This Way vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Jimmy McHugh - Johnny Mercer) from: R.K.O. Radio Pictures "You'll Find Out"
- 68173=A - New York, NY - October 1, 1940 -
3435B* Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchesta - The Bad Humor Man vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Jimmy McHugh - Johnny Mercer) from: R.K.O. Radio Pictures "You'll Find Out"
- 68176=A - New York, NY - October 1, 1940 -


3436A Woody Herman and His Orchesta - Five O'Clock Whistle
()
- 68160 - New York, NY - September 27, 1940 -
3436B Woody Herman and His Orchesta - The Golden Wedding
()
- 68328 - VD458 - New York, NY - November 9, 1940 -


3437A Jack Smith - I Wish You Were Jealous Of Me
()
- 68095 - New York, NY - September 13, 1940 -
3437B Jack Smith - A Faded Photograph
()
- 68096=A - New York, NY - September 13, 1940 -


3438A Johnny Long and His Orchesta - You've Got Your Mother's Big Blue Eyes
()
- 68084 - September 12, 1940 -
3438B Johnny Long and His Orchesta - Stars Over The Campus
()
- 68085 - September 12, 1940 -


3439A A.K.Perry's Singing Surfriders - Pele
()
- DLA1997=A - Los Angeles, CA - June 28, 1940 -
3439B Al Kealoha Perry - Kalanianaole
()
- DLA1998=A - Los Angeles, CA - June 28, 1940 -


3440 Andrews Sisters - Sweet Molly Malone
()
- 68047 - DLA-2054 - September 5, 1940 -
3440A Andrews Sisters - Mean To Me
(Roy Turk - Fred Ahlert)
- 68046 - New York, NY - September 5, 1940 -
3440B Andrew Sisters - Sweet Molly Malone
(Hughie Prince)
- DLA-2054 - 68047 - July 15, 1940 -


3441A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Louisville K.Y.
()
- 64148 - September 25, 1940 -
3441B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Tea Dance
()
- 67359 - March 20, 1940 -


3442A Bobby Byrne and His Orchesta - Maria Elena vocal: JP
()
- 68039 - September 4, 1940 -
3442B Bobby Byrne and His Orchesta - Danny Boy
(Weatherly)
- 68037 - September 4, 1940 -


3443A Henry Busse - Haunting Blues
()
- DLA-2121 - September 4, 1940 -
3443B Henry Busse - Be Yourself
()
- DLA-2123 - September 4, 1940 -


3444A Lou Holden Disciples Of Rhythm - It's The End Of My World
()
- 68052=A - New York, NY - September 9, 1940 -
3444B Lou Holden Disciples Of Rhythm - Red Wagon
()
- 68051 - New York, NY - September 9, 1940 -


3445A Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Do You Know Why
()
- LA2138 - September 10, 1940 -
3445B Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Isn't That Just Like Love
()
- LA2139 - September 10, 1940 -


3446A* Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchesta - Falling Leaves vocal: Bob Eberly
(Frankie Carle - Mack David)
- 68175=A - New York, NY - October 1, 1940 -
3446B* Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchesta - A Handful Of Stars vocal: Bob Eberly
(Jack Lawrence - Ted Shapiro) from: M-G-M Pictures "Hullabaloo"
- 68174=A - New York, NY - October 1, 1940 -


3447A Ray Kinney - Ululani
(Alvin Kaloolani)
- DLA1975 - Los Angeles, CA - April 11, 1940 -
3447B Ray Kinney - Hawaii's Charm
()
- DLA1978 - Los Angeles, CA - April 11, 1940 -


3448A Barber Shop Quartet - When You Were Sweet Sixteen
()
- 67976 - August 14, 1940 -
3448B New York Police Dept Quartet - A Little Close Harmony
()
- 67975 - August 14, 1940 -


3449A Gloria Jean - A Little Bit Of Heaven
(Ball)
- DLA-2164 - October 1, 1940 - 3449B Gloria Jean / Charles Previn - After Every Rainstorm
()
- DLA-2163 - October 1, 1940 -


3450A Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Please
(Ralph Rainger - Leo Robin)
- DLA-2073A - Los Angeles, CA - July 27, 1940 -
3450B Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra - You Are The One
(John Scott Trotter - Carroll Carroll)
- DLA-2074=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 27, 1940 -


3451A Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Drummer Boy
()
- LA2107 - September 4, 1940 -
3451B Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Ain't Goin' Nowhere
()
- 67985 - 67232 (67232 - February 27, 1940 - dub=67985) - August 27, 1940 -


3452A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Old, Old Castle In Scotland
()
- 68250 - October 15, 1940 -
3452B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Goodnight, Mother
()
- 68255 - October 15, 1940 -


3453A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
(Eric Maschwitz - Manning Sherwin)
- 68251 - October 15, 1940 -
3453B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Did Anyone Call?
(A. Neiburg - D. Fleischer - B. Bunch)
- 68252 - October 15, 1940 -


3454A Woody Herman and His Orchesta - There I Go
()
- 68230 - New York, NY - October 10, 1940 -
3454B Woody Herman and His Orchesta - Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar
()
- 68227 - New York, NY - October 10, 1940 -


3455A Mills Brothers - Can't Yo' Heah Me Callin' Caroline?
()
- 67366 - March 21, 1940 -
3455B Mills Brothers - Love's Old Sweet Song
()
- 67381 - March 22, 1940 -


3456A Fred Fisher - When You Wore A Tulip And I Wore A Big Red Rose
()
- 93043 - June 9, 1940 -
3456B Fred Fisher - I Wish I Was Back In Milwaukee
()
- 93047=A - June 9, 1940 -


3457A Al Keahola Perry - Hawaiian Cowboy
()
- DLA-2027=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 2, 1940 -
3457B Al Keahola Perry - Polynesian Love Song
()
- DLA-2028 - Los Angeles, CA - July 2, 1940 -


3458A Dick Powell with the Victor Young Orchestra - He's My Uncle
()
- DLA-2201 - October 9, 1940 -
3458B Dick Powell with the Victor Young Orchestra - America, I Love You
()
- DLA-2202 - October 9, 1940 -


3459A Johnny Long and His Orchesta - The Same Old Story vocal: Jack Edmondson
(Michael Field - Newt Oliphant)
- 68271 - October 18, 1940 -
3459B Johnny Long and His Orchesta - I Give You My Word vocal: Helen Young
(Al Kavelin - Merrel Lyn)
- 68273 - October 18, 1940 -


3460A Johnny Long and His Orchesta - I Want To Live (as Long as you Love me)
()
- 68270 - October 18, 1940 -
3460B Johnny Long and His Orchesta - Don't Let It Get You Down
()
- 68272 - October 18, 1940 -


3461A Woody Herman and His Orchesta - Dream Valley
()
- 68228 - New York, NY - October 10, 1940 -
3461B Woody Herman and His Orchesta - Whatever Happened To You?
()
- 68229 - New York, NY - October 10, 1940 -


3462A Dick Robertson and His Orchesta - Mickey
()
- 68017 - August 27, 1940 -
3462B Dick Robertson and His Orchesta - Connie's Got Connections In Connecticut
()
- 68018 - August 27, 1940 -


3463A Miss Teddy Grace / Bud Freeman - Gee, But I Hate To Go Home ALone
()
- 68153 - September 26, 1940 -
3463B Miss Teddy Grace / Bud Freeman - Sing, It's Good For Ya
()
- 68154 - September 26, 1940 -


3464A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - ALong The Santa Fe Trail
()
- 68254 - October 15, 1940 -
3464B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Down In Toyland Village
()
- 68283 - October 22, 1940 -


3465A Phil Regan - Nellie Kelly, I Love You
()
- 68259 - October 16, 1940 -
3465B Phil Regan - You Remind Me Of My Mother
()
- 68258 - October 16, 1940 -


3466A Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Yaaka Hula Hichey Dula
(R. Goetz - J. Young - P. Wendling)
- 66949=A -
3466B Ray Kinney and His Hawaiians - Honolulu
(Harry Warren- Gus Kahn)
- 66649=A -


3467A Peter Uryga - Silver Slipper Polka
()
- 93056=A - June 17, 1940 -
3467B Peter Uryga - Moonlight On The Erie Waltz
()
- 93058=A - June 17, 1940 -


3468A Ink Spots - Puttin' And Takin'
()
- 67930 - New York, NY - July 16, 1940 -
3468B Ink Spots - I'm Only Human
()
- 67899 - New York, NY - June 24, 1940 -


3469A Ambrose - A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
()
-
3469B Ambrose - If I Should Fall In Love Again
()
-


3470A Ambrose - I Love You Much Too Much
()
-
3470B Ambrose - When I Dream Of Home
()
-


3471A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Head On My Pillow
()
- 68195 - New York, NY - October 2, 1940 -
3471B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Cottonwood Corners
()
- 68196 - New York, NY - October 2, 1940 -


3472A Terry Shand and His Orchesta - Missouri Scrambler
()
- 68063 - September 10, 1940 -
3472B Terry Shand and His Orchesta - Southern Fried
()
- 68061=A - September 10, 1940 -


3473A Will Hudson and His Orchesta - Hi Ya, Mr Chips
(Will Hudson)
- 68131 - September 19, 1940 -
3473B Will Hudson and His Orchesta - On The Verge
(Will Hudson)
- 68128 - September 19, 1940 -


3474A Pancho and His Orchesta - Down Argentina Way Rumba
()
- 68249 - October 14, 1940 -
3474B Pancho and His Orchesta - Alla En Rancho Grande
(J. Moral - E. Uranga)
- 68247 - October 14, 1940 -


3475A Clara Inter / Al Keahola Perry - Cockeyed Mayor Of Kunekaki
()
- DLA-2018=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 1, 1940 -
3475B Clara Inter / Al Keahola Perry - Manuela Boy
()
- DLA-2019 - Los Angeles, CA - July 1, 1940 -


3476A John Metcalf - Face To Face
()
-
3476B John Metcalf (acc organ) - No Night There
()
-


3477A Bing Crosby Paradise Isle Trio - When I Lost You
()
- DLA-2060 - Los Angeles, CA - July 20, 1940 -
3477B Bing Crosby Paradise Isle Trio - When You're A Long, Long Way From Home
()
- DLA-2059=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 20, 1940 -


3478A Connie Boswell - Let's Be Buddies
()
- 68305 - October 29, 1940 -
3478B Connie Boswell - Remember Me
()
- 68301 - October 29, 1940 -


3479A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - There'll Alway Be An England
()
- 68282 - October 22, 1940 -
3479B Rose Marie Lombardo - Little Shepherd Of My Dreams
()
-


3480A Pancho and His Orchesta - Rhumboogie Rumba
()
- 68245 - October 14, 1940 -
3480B Pancho and His Orchesta - Dark Eyes Rhumba
()
- 68246 - October 14, 1940 -


3481A Connie Boswell - The Moon Fell In The River
()
- 68302 - October 29, 1940 -
3481B Connie Boswell - Somewhere
()
- 68304 - October 29, 1940 -


3482A Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Manhattan Maroomba
()
- CE10302 - London, UK - February 1, 1940 -
3482B Joe Daniels and His Hot Shots - Busking Around
()
- CE10303 - London, UK - February 1, 1940 -


3483A Merry Macs - Do You Know Why?
()
- 68306 - October 30, 1940 -
3483B Merry Macs - Isn't That Just Like Love?
()
- 68305 - October 30, 1940 -


3484A Al Keahola Perry - Under A Spreading Coconut Tree
()
- DLA-2026=A - Los Angeles, CA - July 2, 1940 -
3484B Al Keahola Perry - Twilight In Hawaii
()
- DLA-2023 - Los Angeles, CA - July 2, 1940 -


3485A Peter Uryga Motor City Orchestra - Tiger Polka
()
- 93057 - June 17, 1940 -
3485B Peter Uryga Motor City Orchestra - Anthony - Mazurka
()
- 93060 - June 17, 1940 -


3486A Mills Brothers - A Bird In The Hand
()
- 68289 - October 24, 1940 -
3486B Mills Brothers - When You Said Goodbye
()
- 68288 - October 24, 1940 -


3487A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - The Moon Fell In The River
()
- 68313 - November 6, 1940 -
3487B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Somewhere
()
- 68253 - October 15, 1940 -


3488A Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Cow Cow Blues
(Charles Davenport)
- LA2108 - September 4, 1940 - 3:00 -
3488B Bob Crosby and His Orchesta - Dry Bones vocal: Nappy Lamar
(Dick Rogers - Will Osborne)
- LA2125 - September 6, 1940 - 2:46 -


3489A Ruby Newman and His Orchesta - Let's Be Buddies
()
- 68309 - November 4, 1940 -
3489B Ruby Newman and His Orchesta - My Mother Would Love You
()
- 68310 - November 4, 1940 -


3490A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Cabin In The Sky
()
- 68330 DE25125 - November 8, 1940 -
3490B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Taking A Chance On Love
()
- 68329 - November 8, 1940 -


3491A Andy Kirk and His CLouds Of Joy - (Ev'rything Happened) When I Saw You vocal: Henry Wells
(Lloyd Johnson - Jack Allan)
- 68319=A - November 7, 1940 -
3491B Andy Kirk and His CLouds Of Joy - Little Miss
(Goerge Washington - Roger Segure)
- 67920=A - July 8, 1940 -


3492A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - You And Your Kiss
()
- 68315=A - November 6, 1940 -
3492B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Your Dream
()
- 68316=A - November 6, 1940 -


3493A Freddie Fischer Orchestra - I Ain't Nobody's Darling
()
- 93052=A - June 9, 1940 -
3493B Freddie Fischer Orchestra - New Kind Of Girl With A New Kind Of Love
()
- 93049=A - June 9, 1940 -


3494A John Metcalf - Rock Of Ages
()
-
3494B Revelers - Male Quartet - Blessed Assurance
()
-


3495A Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Hour For Thee And Me / My Brudder Gum
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67695 - Also Decca set A-168 - May 9, 1940 -
3495B Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Laura Lee / Angelina Baker
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67697 - Also Decca set A-168 - May 9, 1940 -


3496A Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Mother Thou'rt Faithful To Me
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67698 - Also Decca set A-168 - May 9, 1940 -
3496B Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Glendy Burk / Under The Willow / Way Down In Cairo
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67694 - Also Decca set A-168 - May 9, 1940 -


3497A Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Open Thy LATTICE, Love
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67720 - Also Decca set A-168 - May 9, 1940 -
3497B Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Comrades, Fill No Glass For Me
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67721 (A-168)
- May 9, 1940 -


3498A Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Gentle Annie / Dolly Day
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67723 - Also Decca set A-168 - May 9, 1940 -
3498B Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Our Bright Summer Days Are Gone Medley
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67722 - Also Decca set A-168 - May 9, 1940 -


3499A Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Ah, May The Red Rose Live Alway
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- Also Decca set A-168 -
3499B Frank Luther and Century Quatet - Sweetly She Sleeps, My Alice Fair
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- 67696 - Also Decca set A-168 - May 9, 1940 -


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3500A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Caliope Blues
()
- Alson Decca set A-153 -
3500B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Dupree Blues()
- 62150=A - Also Decca set A-153 - April 26, 1937 -


3501A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blues On Parade
()
- 66960 - Also Decca set A-153 - New York, NY - December 13, 1939 -
3501B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Peach Tree Street
()
- 671 54 - Also Decca set A-153 - New York, NY - February 5, 1940 -


3502A Connie Boswell - Str-Va-N-Da
()
- DLA1786=A - Also Decca set A-171 - DE25283 - June 22, 1939 -
3502B Connie Boswell - Serenade In The Night
()
- DLA691=A - Also Decca set A-171 - February 15, 1937 -


3503A Ambrose Orchestra - Cuban Pete
()
- Also Deeca set A-178 - 3503B Ambrose Orchestra - She's A Latin From Manhattan
(Harry Warren - Al Dubin)
- Also Decca set A-178 -


3504A Carmen Cavallaro - Stormy Weather
(Arlen - Koehler)
- 68204 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -
3504B Carmen Cavallaro - Tme On My Hands
(Youmans - Adamson - Gordon)
- 68209 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -


3505A Carmen Cavallaro - I'm Getting Sentimental Over You
(Bassman - Washington)
- 68207 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -
3505B Carmen Cavallaro - My Silent Love
(Suesse - Heyman)
- 68205 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -


3506A Carmen Cavallaro - I Can't Get Started
(Duke - Gershwin)
- 68206 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -
3506B Carmen Cavallaro - Temptation
(Brown - Freed)
- 68208 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -


3507A Carmen Cavallaro - If I Could Be With You
(Creamer - Johnson)
- 68212 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -
3507B Carmen Cavallaro - Can't We Talk IT Over
(Young - Washington)
- 68210 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -


3508A Carmen Cavallaro - I Can't Give You Anything But Love
(Dorothy Fields - Jimmy McHugh)
- 68203 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -
3508B Carmen Cavallaro - Can't We Be Friends ?
(Swift - James)
- 68211 - Also Decca set A-177 - October 7, 1940 -


3509A Ted Steele and His Novatones - Mood Indigo
(Ellington)
- 68260 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -
3509B Ted Steele and His Novatones - Lost In Meditation
(Ellington)
- 68262 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -


3510A Ted Steele and His Novatones - Solitude
(Ellington)
- 68261 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -
3510B Ted Steele and His Novatones - Prelude To A Kiss
(Ellington)
- 68263 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -


3511A Ted Steele and His Novatones - Sophisticated Lady
(Ellington)
- 68264 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -
3511B Ted Steele and His Novatones - Awful Sad
(Ellington)
- 68269 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -


3512A Ted Steele and His Novatones - I Let A Song Go Out Of My Heart
(Ellington)
- 68266 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -
3512B Ted Steele and His Novatones - Love In My Heart
()
- 68268 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -


3513A Ted Steele and His Novatones - In A Sentimental Mood
(Ellington)
- 68267 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -
3513B Ted Steele and His Novatones - Azure
(Ellington)
- 68265 - Also Decca set A-179 - October 16, 1940 -


3514A Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra - Posin'
()
- 62344 - Also Decca set A-184 - New York, NY - July 8, 1937 -
3514B Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra - Charmaine
()
- 60015=A - New York, NY - September 30, 1935 -


3515A Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra - Four Or Five Times
()
- 39556 - May 29, 1935 -
3515B Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra - Hell's Bells
()
- 62262 - Also Decca set A-184 - New York, NY - June 15, 1937 -


3516A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Save It, Pretty Mama
(Redmond)
- 65345 - Also Decca set A-182 - April 5, 1939 -
3516B Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Ain't Misbehavin'
(Razaf - Waller)
- GB6040 - Also Decca set A-182 - August 15, 1933 -


3517A Earl Hines and His Orchestra - Rosetta
()
- C9465 - Also Decca set A-182 - September 12, 1934 -
3517B Andy Kirk and CLouds Of Joy - Moten Swing
()
- 60853 - Also Decca set A-182 - March 2, 1936 -


3518A Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra - Hotter Than 'ell
(Fletcher Henderson)
- 38725 - Also Decca set A-182 - September 25, 1934 -
3518B Count Basie and His Orchestra - John's Idea
(Count Basie)
- 62334=A - Also Decca set A-182 - July 7, 1937 -


3519A Johnny Dodds Chicago Boys - Wild Man Blues
(F. Morton - Louis Armstrong)
- 63189 - Also Decca set A-182 - January 21, 1938 -
3519B Jimmy Noone and His Orchestra - Bump It
(Jimmie Noone)
- 62832 - Also Decca set A-182 - December 1, 1937 -


3520A Coleman Hawkins and his Orchestra - Meditation
(Bulterman)
- AM178-ii - Also Decca set A-182-9 - August 26, 1935 -
3520B Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra - My Blue Heaven
(Donaldson - Whiting)
- 60274B - Also Decca set A-182-10 - New York, NY - December 23, 1935 -


3521A Sidney "Pops" Bechet with Noble Sissle's Swingsters - Viper Mad vocal: O'Neil Spencer
(Bechet - Williams)
- 63263B - Also Decca set A-182-11 - February 10, 1938 -
3521B Albert Ammons and His Rhythm Kings - Early Morning Blues
(Albert Ammons)
- C90573A - Also Decca set A-182 - Chicago, IL - January 14, 1936 -


3522A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Aunt Hager's Blues
()
- 64618 - Also Decca set A-183 - September 9, 1938 -
3522B Jimmy McPartLand's Squirrels - Panama
(Will Tyers)
- C90700=A - Also Decca set A-183 - April 25, 1936 -


3523A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
- 67175 - DE3040 - February 6, 1940 -
3523B New Orleans Rhythm Kings - Tin Roof Blues
(Melrose - Rappolo - Mares)
- 38609 - Also Decca set A-183 - September 12, 1934 -


3524A* Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Chinatown, My Chinatown
(William Jerome - Jean Schwartz)
- 38677=A - Also Decca set A-183-12-5 - September 17, 1934 -
3524B Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - St Louis Blues
(William C. Handy)
- 38408=B - Also Decca set A-183-12-6 - August 23, 1934 -


3525A Adrian Rollini and His Orchestra - Somebody Loves Me
(Gershwin - MacDonald - DeSylva)
- 38877=A - Also Decca set A-183 - October 23, 1934 -
3525B Bud Freeman Summ Cum Laude Orchestra - Satanic Blues
(Larry Shields - Emile Christian)
- 66606 - Also Decca set A-183 - New York, NY - September 18, 1939 -


3526A Ben Pollack Pick-A-Rib Boys - Alice Blue Gown
(Harry Tierney - Joseph McCarthy)
- DLA913=A - Also Decca set A-183 - September 11, 1937 -
3526B Delta Four - Swingin' At The Famous Door
()
- 60270 - Also Decca set A-183 - December 20, 1935 -


3527A Joe Venuti and His Blue Four - Tap Room Blues
(Adrian Rollini)
- 39440=A - Also Decca set A-183 - March 20, 1935 -
3527B Red Norvo and His Orchestra - Decca Stomp
()
- 60315 - Also Decca set A-183 - January 8, 1936 -


3528A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - You're The One
()
- 68324 - New York, NY - November 9, 1940 -
3528B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Love Of My Life
()
- 68325 - New York, NY - November 9, 1940 -


3529A Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Canadian Capers
()
- Also Decca set A-188 -
3529B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Dill Pickles Rag
(Charles Johnson)
- CE7614 - Also Decca set A-188 - London, UK - May 5, 1936 -


3530A Harry Roy's Ragamuffins - Red Pepper Rag
(Henry Lodge)
- CE7083=1 - Also Decca set A-188 -- July 11, 1935 -
3530B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Limehouse Blues / Chinatown
(Furber - Braham / Jerome - Schwartz)
- CE6107=1 - Also Decca set A-188 - June ?, 1933 -


3531A Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Temptation Rag
(Harry Lodge)
- CE6778=2 - Also Decca set A-188 - January 4, 1935 -
3531B Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Robert E Lee / I Want To Be Happy
(I. Muir - Youmans)
- CE6817 - Also Decca set A-188 - February ?, 1935 -


3532A Ambrose Orchestra - The Night Ride
(Philips)
- TB2266 - Also Decca set A-189 - June 29, 1936 -
3532B Ambrose Orchestra - Wood And Ivory
(Philips)
- TB2349 - Also Decca set A-189 - August 12, 1936 -


3533A Ambrose Orchestra - Embassy Stomp
()
- GB6846 - Also Decca set A-189 - January 3, 1933-
3533B Ambrose Orchestra - Limehouse Blues
()
- TB1868 - Also Decca set A-189 - March 20, 1935 -


Furber-Braham 3534A Al Keahola Perry - Just A Happy Kealoha
()
- DLA-2024 - Also Decca set A-190 - Los Angeles, CA - July 2, 1940 -
3534B Al Keahola Perry - The Day You Said Goodbye
()
- DLA-2025=A - Also Decca set A-190 - Los Angeles, CA - July 2, 1940 -


3535A Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - One, Two, Three, Four
()
- Also Decca set A-191 -
3535B Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Yaaka Hula Hickey Doola
()
- Also Decca set A-191 -


3536A Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Blue Pacific Moonlight
(Jack Payne - Wallace Herbert)
- 66648 - Also Decca set A-191 -
3536B Ray Kinney's Hawaiians - Honolulu
(Harry Warren - Gus Kahn)
- 66649=A - Also Decca set A-191 -


3537A Al Keahola Perry - Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wa
()
- LA2007=A - Also Decca set A-192 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1940 -
3537B Al Keahola Perry - Kalakaua
()
- LA2008 - Also Decca set A-192 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1940 -


3538A Al Keahola Perry - Lanakila
()
- DLA-2009=A - Also Decca set A-192 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1940 -
3538B Al Keahola Perry - Liliu E
()
- LA2010 - Also Decca set A-192 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1940 -


3539A Al Perry's Orchestra - Kapuolo - Blue Lei
()
- DLA-2012 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1940 -
3539B Al Keahola Perry - Honolulu Bundle
()
- DLA-2011 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1940 -


3540A Bing Crosby with the J. S. Trotter Orchestra - Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
()
- DLA1290 - Also Decca set A-181 - Los Angeles, CA - May 23, 1938 -
3540B Bing Crosby and Paul Taylor Choir - Darling Nellie Gray
()
- DLA1289 - Also Decca set A-181 - Los Angeles, CA - April 25, 1938 -


3541A Bing Crosby - The One Rose
(L. McIntyre - Lyon)
- DLA741 - Also Decca set A-181 - Los Angeles, CA - March 5, 1937 -
3541B Bing Crosby with the J. S. Trotter Orchestra - The Lonesome Road
()
- DLA1635 - Also Decca set A-181 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -


3542A Bing Crosby with the J. S. Trotter Orchestra - I Cried For You (Now Itís Your Turn To Cry For Me)
(A. Freed - A. Lyman - G. Arnheim)
- DLA1634 - Also Decca set A-181 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -
3542B Bing Crosby with the J. S. Trotter Orchestra - My Melancholy Baby
(George Norton - Ernie Burnett)
- DLA1633 - Also Decca set A-181 - Los Angeles, CA - December 12, 1938 -


3543A Bing Crosby with Matty Malneck Orchestra - A Blues Serenade
(Mitchell Parish - Frank Signorelli)
- DLA1311A (A-181-11 - Los Angeles, CA - July 8, 1938 -
3543B Bing Crosby assisted by the Music Maids (dir. John Scott Trotter) - S'Posin'
(Paul Denniker - Andy Razaf)
- DLA1754A - Also Decca set A-181-12 - Los Angeles, CA - April 5, 1939 -


3544A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - I Should Have Known Years Ago
()
- 68327 - New York, NY - November 9, 1940 -
3544B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - The Stars Remain
()
- 68326 - New York, NY - November 9, 1940 -


3545A Mills Brothers and Benny Carter - By The Watermelon Vine, Lindy Lou
()
- 68284=A - October 23, 1940 -
3545B Benny Carter and His Orchestra - I've Been In Love Before
()
- 68287 - October 23, 1940 -


3546A Jesters - It's A Great Day For The Irish
()
- 68343 - November 13, 1940 -
3546B Jesters - Who Threw The Overalls In Mrs Murphy's Chowder
()
- 68341 - November 13, 1940 -


3547A Frank Luther - Babar And His Children
()
- 68295 - Also Decca set K-23 - October 28, 1940 -
3547B Frank Luther - Babar And His Children
()
- 68296 - Also Decca set K-23 - October 28, 1940 -


3548A Frank Luther - Zephir's Holiday
()
- 68297 - Also Decca set K-23 - October 28, 1940 -
3548B Frank Luther - Zephir's Holiday
()
- 68298 - Also Decca set K-23 - October 28, 1940 -


3549A Frank Luther - Babar And Father Christmas
()
- 68300 - Also Decca set K-23 - October 28, 1940 -
3549B Frank Luther - Babar And Father Christmas
()
- 68299 - Also Decca set K-23 - October 28, 1940 -


3550A Frank Luther - Minnie The Tired Trolley Car part I
()
- 68274 - Also Decca set K-24 - October 21, 1940 -
3550B Frank Luther - Minnie The Tired Trolley Car part II
()
- 68275 - Also Decca set K-24 - October 21, 1940 -


3551A Frank Luther - Minnie, The Tired Trolley Car part III
(Beth Brown)
- 68276 - Also Decca set K-24-3 - October 21, 1940 -
3551B Frank Luther - Busybody Brothers part I
(Beth Brown)
- 68277 - Also Decca set K-24-4 - October 21, 1940 -


3552A Frank Luther - The Busybody Brothers
()
- 68278 - Also Decca set K-24 - October 21, 1940 -
3552B Frank Luther - The Busybody Brothers
()
- 68279 - Also Decca set K-24 - October 21, 1940 -


3553A Andrews Sisters - Scrub Me Mama With A Boogie Beat
(Don Raye)
- 68352 - New York, NY - November 14, 1940 - 3553B Andrews Sisters - Johnny Peddler
()
- 67960 - New York, NY - August 3, 1940 -


3554A Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers - Ballad For Americans part I
()
- DLA-2035 - Also Decca set DA-134 - Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 1940 - 3554B Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers - Ballad For Americans part II
()
- DLA-2036 - Also Decca set DA-134 - Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 1940 -


3555A Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers - Ballad For Americans part III
()
- DLA-2037 - Also Decca set DA-134 - Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 1940 - 3555B Bing Crosby and Ken Darby Singers - Ballad For Americans part IV
()
- DLA-2038=A - Also Decca set DA-134 - Los Angeles, CA - July 6, 1940 -


3556A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Moonlight And Tears
()
- 68371 - November 19, 1940 -
3556B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Who Am I?
()
- 68372 - November 19, 1940 -


3557A Carol Bruce - A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
()
- 68421 - November 29, 1940 -
3557B Carol Bruce - Wish Me Luck AS You Wave Me Goodbye
()
- 68424 - November 29, 1940 -


3558A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Oh! How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning
(Irving Berlin)
- 68408A - November 28, 1940 -
3558B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Oh, They're Making Me All Over In The Army
(Ira Schuster - Paul Cunningham - Leonard Whitcup)
- 68411A - November 28, 1940 -


3559A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - San Antonio Rose
(Bob Wills)
- 68409 - November 28, 1940 -
3559B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - I Used To Love You
()
- 68412 - November 28, 1940 -


3560A Johnny Long and His Orchestra - Yes My Darling Daughter
()
- 68413 - November 29, 1940 -
3560B Johnny Long and His Orchestra - Johnny Peddler
()
- 68416 - November 29, 1940 -


3561A Milt Herth Trio - Huckleberry Duck
()
- 68367 - November 19, 1940 -
3561B Milt Herth Trio - Worried Mind
()
- 68368 - November 19, 1940 -


3562A Joan Edwards with the Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Isola Bella
()
- 68393 - New York, NY - November 26, 1940 -
3562B Joan Edwards with the Harry Sosnik Orchestra - There Shall Be No Night
()
- 68392 - New York, NY - November 26, 1940 -


3563A Decca Salon Orchestra (H. Horlick) - I'll See You Again
()
- 68360 - November 18, 1940 -
3563B Decca Salon Orchestra - Ziguener
(Coward)
- 68357 - November 18, 1940 -


3564A Happy Harden's (David Stoljarovic) Musette Orchestra - Karlstad Ball
()
- 68380 - November 20, 1940 -
3564B Happy Harry Harden (David Stoljarovic) and His Orchestra - Mate's Watlz
()
- 68381 - November 20, 1940 -


3565A Bing Crosby - Along The Santa Fe Trail
()
- DLA-2251- Los Angeles, CA - December 3, 1940 -
3565B Bing Crosby with the J. S. Trotter - I'd Know You Anywhere
()
- DLA-2254- Los Angeles, CA -December 3, 1940 -


3566A Carol Bruce - I Should Have Known Years Ago
()
- 68422 - November 29, 1940 -
3566B Carol Bruce - If I Feel This Way Tomorrow
()
- 68423 - November 29, 1940 -


3567A Mills Brothers - How Did She Look?
(Abner Silver - Gladys Shelley)
- 68406A - November 27, 1940 -
3567B Mills Brothers - Did Anyone Call?
(Al Neiburg - Dave Fleisher - Boyd Bunch)
- 68407B - November 27, 1940 -


3568A Romo Vincent - Half Of Me
()
- 68378 - November 20, 1940 - 3568B Romo Vincent - I Got A Letter From My Ma In Oklahoma
()
- 68379 - November 20, 1940 -


3569A Jesters - There Must Be An Easier Way To Make A Living
()
- 68342 - November 13, 1940 -
3569B Jesters - When Paddy McGinty Plays The Harp
()
- 68340 - November 13, 1940 -


3570A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - The Mem'ry Of A Rose vocal: Bob Eberle
()
- 68471 - New York, NY - December 9, 1940 -
3570B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - I Hear A Rhapsody vocal: Bob Eberle
()
- 68461 - New York, NY - December 9, 1940 -


3571A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - In Chi-Chi Castenago
()
- 68280 - October 22, 1940 -
3571B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Jungle Drums
()
- 68281 - October 22, 1940 -


3572A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - I Do, Do You? vocal: Kenny Sargent
(Lew Quadling)
- 68440 - New York, NY - December 4, 1940 -
3572B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - You Say The Sweetest Things vocal" Pee Wee Hunt
(Harry Warren - Mack Gordon)
- 68437 - New York, NY - December 4, 1940 -


3573A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Magic Mountain
()
- 68439 - New York, NY - December 4, 1940 -
3573B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Not So Long Ago
()
- 68438 - New York, NY - December 4, 1940 -


3574A Johnny Long and His Orchestra - Shadows On The Sand
()
- 68415 - November 29, 1940 -
3574B Johnny Long and His Orchestra - When I Grow Too Old To Dream
(Romberg - Hammerstein)
- 68414 - November 29, 1940 -


3575A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Taking A Chance On Love
()
- 68511 - December 17, 1940 -
3575B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - We'll Meet Again
()
- 68513 - December 17, 1940 -


3576A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - I'll Come Back To You
()
- LA2141- Los Angeles, CA -September 10, 1940 -
3576B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Take Me Back Again
()
- LA2140- Los Angeles, CA -September 10, 1940 -


3577A Woody Herman's Four Chips - Chips' Boogie Woogie
(Woody Herman)
- 68057A - New York, NY - September 9, 1940 -
3577B Woody Herman's Four Chips - Chips' Blues
(Woody Herman)
- 68058AA - New York, NY - September 9, 1940 -


3578A Richard Himber and His Orchestra - Whose Theme Song? part I
()
- 68451=A - New York, NY - December 5, 1940 -
3578B Richard Himber and His Orchestra - Whose Theme Song? part II
()
- 68450=A - New York, NY - December 5, 1940 -


3579A Will Hudson and His Orchestra - Three At A Table For Two vocal: Kay Kenny
()
- 68446=A - December 5, 1940 -
3579B Will Hudson and His Orchestra - Start Jumpin'
()
- 68447 - December 5, 1940 -


3580A Joan Edwards with the Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Lamplight
()
- 68390 - New York, NY - November 26, 1940 -
3580B Joan Edwards with the Harry Sosnik Orchestra - Some Of Your Sweetness
()
- 68391 - New York, NY - November 26, 1940 -


3581A Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Love Can Do The Darndest Things
()
- 68430 - December 3, 1940 -
3581B Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Bugles In The Sky
()
- 68429 - December 3, 1940 -


3582A Andy Kirk and Clouds Of Joy - If I Feel This Way Tomorrow
()
- 68363 - November 18, 1940 -
3582B Andy Kirk and Clouds Of Joy - Or Have I?
()
- 68364 - November 18, 1940 -


3583A Commuters Barbershop Quartet - Sweet Adeline
()
- 68344 - November 14, 1940 -
3583B Commuters Barbershop Quartet - You Tell Me Your Dream, I'll Tell You Mine
()
- 68345 - November 14, 1940 -


3584A Bing Crosby - A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
()
- DLA-2287 - Los Angeles, CA - December 20, 1940 -
3584B Bing Crosby with the J. S. Trotter Orchestra - Lone Star Trail
()
- DLA-2252 - Los Angeles, CA - December 3, 1940 -


3585A* Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - I Understand vocal: Bob Eberle
(Kim Gannon - Mabel Wayne)
- 68462A - New York, NY - December 9, 1940 -
3585B* Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - High On A Windy Hill vocal: Bob Eberle
(Alex Kramer - Joan Whitney)
- 68464A - New York, NY - December 9, 1940 -


3586A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
()
- 68512 - December 17, 1940 -
3586B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Tea For Two
()
- 68510 - December 17, 1940 -


3587A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Let's Do It
()
- 68506=A - December 16, 1940 -
3587B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Slap-Happy Lassie
()
- 68507 - December 16, 1940 -


3588A Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Boogie Woogie Sugar Blues
(Clarence Williams - Lucy Flethcer)
- 68286A - October 23, 1940 -
3588B Benny Carter and His Orchestra - The Last Kiss You Gave Me vocal: Roy Felton
(Harry Ruby)
- 68285A - October 23, 1940 -


3589A Pancho and His Orchestra - Frenesi Rhumba
(Alberto Domingues)
- 68519 - December 18, 1940 -
3589B Pancho and His Orchestra - Dardanella Rumba
(F. Fisher - J. Black - Felix Bernard)
- 68521 - December 18, 1940 -


3590A Bing Crosby and Bob Crosby - San Antonio Rose
(Bob Wills)
- DLA-2274 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1940 -
3590B Bing Crosby and Bob Crosby - It Makes No Difference Now
()
- DLA-2275 - Los Angeles, CA - December 16, 1940 -


3591A Tony Martin and Victor Young - The Last Tme I Saw Paris
()
- DLA-2296 - Los Angeles, CA - December 24, 1940 -
3591B Tony Martin and Victor Young - Till The Lights Of London Shine Again
()
- DLA-2297 - Los Angeles, CA - December 24, 1940 -


3592A Tony Martin and Victor Young - Dream Valley
()
- DLA-2295 - Los Angeles, CA - December 24, 1940 -
3592B Tony Martin and Victor Young - Now I Lay Me Down To Dream
()
- DLA-2294 - Los Angeles, CA - December 24, 1940 -


3593A Judy Garland and David Rose Orchestra - Our Love Affair
()
- DLA-2283 - Los Angeles, CA - December 18, 1940 -
3593B Judy Garland and David Rose Orchestra - I'm Always Chasing Rainbows
()
- DLA-2282 - Los Angeles, CA - December 18, 1940 -


3594A Phil Ragan with the Victor Young Orchestra - That Old Irish Mother Of Mine
(Von Tilzer - Jerome)
- DLA-2320 - Also Decca set A-204 - Los Angeles, CA - December 31, 1940 -
3594B Phil Ragan with the Victor Young Orchestra - Daughter Of Peggy O'Neil
(Kisco - Pease - Tobias)
- DLA-2329 - Also Decca set A-204 - Los Angeles, CA - January 3, 1941


3595A Phil Ragan with the Victor Young Orchestra - That Tumble Down Shack In Athlone
(Carlo - Sanders - Pascoe)
- DLA-2321 - Also Decca set A-204 - Los Angeles, CA - December 31, 1940 -
3595B Phil Ragan with the Victor Young Orchestra - Daughter Of Rosie O'Grady
(Donaldson - Brice)
- DLA-2323 - Also Decca set A-204 - Los Angeles, CA - December 31, 1940 -


3596A Phil Ragan with the Victor Young Orchestra - Ireland Must Be Heaven
(McCarthy - Johnson - Fisher)
- DLA-2327 - Also Decca set A-204 - Los Angeles, CA - January 3, 1941 -
3596B Phil Ragan with the Victor Young Orchestra - Sweet Rosie O'Grady
(Maude Nugent)
- DLA-2328 - Also Decca set A-204 - Los Angeles, CA - January 3, 1941 -


3597A Phil Ragan with the Victor Young Orchestra - Peg O' My Heart
(Fischer - Bryan)
- DLA-2322 - Also Decca set A-204 - Los Angeles, CA - December 31, 1940 -
3597B Phil Ragan with the Victor Young Orchestra - Harrigan
(George M. Cohan)
- DLA-2330 - Also Decca set A-204 - Los Angeles, CA - January 3, 1941 -


3598A Andrews Sisters - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
()
- DLA-2326 - Los Angeles, CA - January 2, 1941 -
3598B Andrews Sisters - Bounce Me Brother With A Solid Four
()
- DLA-2325 - Los Angeles, CA - January 2, 1941 -


3599A Andrews Sisters - Yes, My Darling Daughter
()
-
3599B Andrews Sisters - You're A Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith
()
- DLA-2324 - Los Angeles, CA - January 2, 1941 -


3600A Bing Crosby and Johnny Mercer - Small Fry
()
- DLA1297=A - Also Decca set A-202 - Los Angeles, CA - July 1, 1938 -
3600B Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra - That Sly Old Gentleman
()
- DLA1720 - Also Decca set A-202 - Los Angeles, CA - March 10, 1939 -


3601A Bing Crosby and Jimmy Dorsey - Shoe Shine Boy
()
- DLA521 - Also Decca set A-202 - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1936 -
3601B Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Just A Kid Named Joe
()
- DLA1690 - Also Decca set A-202 - Los Angeles, CA - December 19, 1938 -


3602A Bing Crosby and Connie Boswell - An Apple For The Teacher
(James V. Monaco - Johnny Burke)
- DLA1782A - Also Decca set A-202 - Los Angeles, CA - June 22, 1939 -
3602B Bing Crosby (with the Music Maids and John Scott Trotter Orchestra - 1. School Days 2. Sunbonnet Sue 3. Jimmy Valentine 4. If I Was A Millonaire
(Gus Edwards)
- DLA1796 - Also Decca set A-202 - Los Angeles, CA - June 30, 1939 -


3603A Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter Orchestra - Girl With The Pigtails In Her Hair
()
- DLA1921 - Also Decca set A-202 - Los Angeles, CA - February 9, 1940 -
3603B Bing Crosby and Eddie Dunstedter - Little Lady Make Believe
()
- DLA1287 - Also Decca set A-202 - Los Angeles, CA - April 25, 1938 -


3604A Judy Garland and the David Rose Orchestra - It's A Great Day For The Irish
()
- DLA-2285 - Los Angeles, CA - December 18, 1940 -
3604B Judy Garland and the David Rose Orchestra - A Pretty Girl Milking Her Cow
()
- DLA-2284 - Los Angeles, CA - December 18, 1940 -


3605A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Blue Echoes
()
- LA2309 - Los Angeles, CA - December 30, 1940 -
3605B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Chick-ee Chick
()
- LA2308 - Los Angeles, CA - December 30, 1940 -


3606A Russ Morgan and His Orchestra - The Last Tme I Saw Paris
(Jerome Kern - Oscar Hammerstein)
- DLA-2350 - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -
3606B Russ Morgan's Music - Dolores
(Louis Alter - Frank Loesser ASCAP #18339583)
- DLA-2351 - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -


3607A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - So You're The One
()
- 68563 - January 9, 1941 -
3607B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Go Home, Little Girl, Go Home
()
- 68565 - January 9, 1941 -


3608A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - The One I Love
()
- 68561 - DE25123 - Los Angeles, CA - January 8, 1941 -
3608B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Three Little Words
()
- 68558 - January 8, 1941 -


3609A Bing Crosby and King's Men - Did Your Mother Come From Ireland?
()
- DLA-2260 - Los Angeles, CA - December 9, 1940 -
3609B Bing Crosby and King's Men - Where The River Shannon Flows
()
- DLA-2262 - Los Angeles, CA - December 9, 1940 -


3610A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Blow The Smoke Away
()
- 68197 - New York, NY - October 2, 1940 -
3610B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - I'd Rather Dream
()
- 68198 - New York, NY - October 2, 1940 -


3611A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Big Noise From Winnetka
(Bob Haggart - Ray Bauduc - Gil Rodin - Bob Crosby)
- LA2292 - Los Angeles, CA - December 23, 1940 -
3611B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Sunset At Sea
(Al Frazzini - Arnold Roberts - Wright Briggs)
- DLA-2347=A - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -


3612A Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Wishful Thinking
()
- 68560 - January 8, 1941 -
3612B Ella Fitzgerald and Her Orchestra - Hello Ma, I Done It Again
()
- 68559 - January 8, 1941 -


3613A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - You Walk By
()
- 68593 - January 20, 1941 -
3613B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Chapel In The Valley
()
- 68594 - January 20, 1941 -


3614A Bing Crosby and Victor Young - Chapel In The Valley
()
- DLA-2312 - Los Angeles, CA - December 30, 1940 -
3614B Bing Crosby and Victor Young - When Day Is Done
()
- DLA-2314 - Los Angeles, CA - December 30, 1940 -


3615A Connie Boswell with the Victor Young Orchestra - I Hear A Rhapsody
(George Fragos - Jack Baker)
- DLA-2366A - Los Angeles, CA - January 16, 1941 -
3615B Connie Boswell with the Victor Young Orchestra - Kerry Dance
(J. L. Moody - arr. Connie Boswell)
- DLA-2365A - Los Angeles, CA - January 16, 1941 -


3616A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Corn Silk
()
- 68518 - December 17, 1940 -
3616B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - Anitra's Dance
(Edvard Grieg)
- 68373 - November 19, 1940 -


3617A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy vocal: Woody Herman
(Don Raye - Hughie Prince) from: "Buck Privates"
- 68610A - New York, NY - January 22, 1941 -
3617B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Bounce Me Brother, With A Solid Four vocal: Muriel Lane
(Don Raye - Hughie Prince) from: "Buck Privates"
- 68616A - New York, NY - January 22, 1941 -


3618A Richard Himber and His Orchestra - Falling In Love With You
()
- 68449 - New York, NY - December 5, 1940 -
3618B Richard Himber and His Orchestra - Blue Moon
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenzo Hart)
- 68452=A - New York, NY - December 5, 1940 -


3619A Andy Kirk and the Clouds Of Joy - Is It A Sin?
()
- 68548 - January 3, 1941 -
3619B Andy Kirk and the Clouds Of Joy - A Dream Dropped In
()
- 68547 - January 3, 1941 -


3620A Pancho and His Orchestra - Tiger Rag Conga
(Harry De Costa - D. J. La Rocca)
- 68522=A - December 18, 1940 -
3620B Pancho and His Orchestra - Hindustan Conga
(Oliver G. Wallace - Harold Weeks)
- 68520A - December 18, 1940 -


3621A Happy Harry Harden (David Stoljarovic) Musette - The Zoompa
()
- 68557 - January 7, 1941 -
3621B Harry Harden's (David Stoljarovic) Orchestra - Bring Out The Little Brown Jug
()
- 68554 - January 7, 1941 -


3622A Andrew Sisters - I Yi Yi Yi Yi
()
- DLA-2356=A - Los Angeles, CA - January 7, 1941 -
3622B Andrews Sisters - I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time
()
- 68351 - New York, NY - November 14, 1940 -


3623A Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - I Yi Yi Yi Yi
()
- LA2348 - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -
3623B Bob Crosby and His Orchestra - Chica Chica Boom Chic
()
- LA2349 - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -


3624A Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - Boa Noite
()
- DLA-2362 - Los Angeles, CA - January 15, 1941 -
3624B Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - They Met In Rio
()
- DLA-2361 - Los Angeles, CA - January 15, 1941 -


3625A Russ Morgan's Music - Boa Noite
()
- DLA-2355 - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -
3625B Russ Morgan's Music - They Met In Rio
()
- DLA-2354 - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -


3626A The Ink Spots - Please Take A Letter, Miss Brown
()
- TNY911 - New York, NY - January 23, 1941 -
3626B The Ink Spots - Ring, Telephone, Ring
()
- 68533 - New York, NY - December 23, 1940 -


3627A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - It All Comes Back To Me Now
()
- 68632=A - January 28, 1941 -
3627B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - May I Never Love Again
()
- 68627=A - January 27, 1941 -


3628A Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Salud, Dinero Y Amor
()
- 68634 - January 28, 1941 -
3628B Ted Weems and His Orchestra - Rose Of The Rockies
()
- 68631=A - January 28, 1941 -


3629A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Amapola vocal: Helen O'Connell and Bob Eberle
(Joseph M. Lacalle - Albert Gamse)
- 68652A - New York, NY - February 3, 1941 -
3629B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Donna Maria vocal: Bob Eberle
(Allie Wrubel)
- 68650A - New York, NY - February 3, 1941 -


3630A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Sorrento
()
- 68609 - VD293 - New York, NY - January 22, 1941 -
3630B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Oh! Look At Me Now
()
- 68611 - New York, NY - January 22, 1941 -


3631A Connie Boswell with the Victor Young Orchestra - Amapola
(Jose Lacalle)
- DLA-2368 - Los Angeles, CA - January 16, 1941 -
3631B Connie Boswell with the Victor Young Orchestra - You Forgot About Me
()
- DLA-2367 - Los Angeles, CA - January 16, 1941 -


3632A Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - Many Happy Returns Of The Day
(Joe Burke - Al Dubin)
- 68566=A - January 9, 1941 -
3632B Dick Robertson and His Orchestra - My Greenwich Village Sue
(Arthur Swanstrom - Carey Morgan)
- 68564=A - January 9, 1941 -


3633A Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Surrender To The Blues
()
- 68432 - December 3, 1940 -
3633B Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Tell Me You'll Forgive Me vocal: Quartet
()
- 68431 - December 3, 1940 -


3634A Sacasas Royal Havana Orchestra - Dinah Conga
()
- 68583 - January 14, 1941 -
3634B Sacasas Royal Havana Orchestra - Goin' Conga
()
- 68585 - January 14, 1941 -


3635A Eddie Dunstedter (organ) - Flapperette
()
- DLA-2307 - Los Angeles, CA - December 27, 1940 -
3635B Eddie Dunstedter - Doll Dance
()
- DLA1251 - Los Angeles, CA - April 19, 1938 -


3636A Bing Crosby - It's Always You
()
- DLA-2253 - Los Angeles, CA - December 3, 1940 -
3636B Bing Crosby - You Lucky People You
()
- DLA-2288 - Los Angeles, CA - December 20, 1940 -


3637A Bing Crosby with the John Scott Trotter - You're Dangerous
()
- DLA-2286 - Los Angeles, CA - December 20, 1940 -
3637B Bing Crosby - Birds Of A Father
()
- DLA-2289 - Los Angeles, CA - December 20, 1940 -


3638A Russ Morgan's Music - It's Always You
()
- DLA-2353 - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -
3638B Russ Morgan's Music - You're Dangerous
()
- DLA-2352 - Los Angeles, CA - January 6, 1941 -


3639A Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Margie
()
- 68142 - New York, NY - September 25, 1940 -
3639B Glen Gray and Casa Loma Orchestra - Bye Bye Blues
()
- 68144 - New York, NY - September 25, 1940 -


3640A Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice
(Saint - Saens)
- 68544=A - January 3, 1941 -
3640B Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - The Young Prince And The Young Princess
(Rimsky-Korsakoff)
- 68530=A - January 1, 1941 -


3641A Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Talkin' Out Of Turn
()
- 68508=A - December 16, 1940 -
3641B Terry Shand and His Orchestra - Pierre Of Sasketchewan
()
- 68509 - December 16, 1940 -


3642A Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra - Prelude In C Sharp Minor
(Rackmaninoff)
- 68637=A - January 31, 1941 -
3642B Jack Teagarden and His Orchestra - Blues To The Lonely
()
- 68639=A - also Brunswick 80112 - January 31, 1941 -


3643A Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Blue Flame
()
- 68697 - VD297 - New York, NY - February 13, 1941 -
3643B Woody Herman and His Orchestra - Fur Trapper's Ball
()
- 68698 - New York, NY - February 13, 1941 -


3644A Bing Crosby with The Merry Macs and Bob Crosby's Bob Cats - Dolores
(Louis Alter - Frank Loesser ASCAP #18339583) from: "Las Vegas Nights"
- DLA-2290=B - Los Angeles, CA - December 23, 1940 - 3644B Bing Crosby with The King's Men and the Victor Young Orchestra - De Camptown Races
(Stephen Collins Foster)
- DLA-2259=A - Los Angeles, CA - December 9, 1940 - Notes


3645A Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - You Stepped Out Of A Dream
()
- DLA-2363 - Los Angeles, CA - January 15, 1941 -
3645B Tony Martin with the Victor Young Orchestra - Too Beautiful To Last
()
- DLA-2364 - Los Angeles, CA - January 15, 1941 -


3646A Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - A Little Old Church In England
()
- 68692 - February 12, 1941 -
3646B Guy Lambardo and His Royal Canadians - An Old Country Garden
()
- 68690 - February 12, 1941 -


3647A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Turn Left
()
- 68463 - New York, NY - December 9, 1940 -
3647B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Turn Right
()
- 68654 - New York, NY - February 3, 1941 -


3648A Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Brazilian Nuts
()
- 68595 - January 20, 1941 -
3648B Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra - Bobby's Trombone Blues
()
- 68596 - January 20, 1941 -


3649A Pinky Tomlin - The Object Of My Affection
(P. Tomlin - Coy Poe - J. Grier)
- DLA-2278 - Los Angeles, CA - December 17, 1940 -
3649B Pinky Tomlin - I Did It And I'm Glad
(P. Tomlin - H. Tobias - Harry Pease)
- DLA-2279 - Los Angeles, CA - December 17, 1940 -


3650A Harry Harden's (David Stoljarovic) Musette Orchestra - Titina's Tavern Polka
()
- 68556 - January 7, 1941 -
3650B Happy Harry Harden(David Stoljarovic) Musette - All Pals Together Polka March
()
- 68555 - January 7, 1941 -


3651A Beacon Four (Barbershop Qt) - Honey That I Love So Well
()
-
3651B Beacon Four (Barbershop Qt) - Mandy Lee / Somebody Stole My Gal
()
-


3652A Ambrose - Waltz Of The Flowers
()
-
3652B Ambrose - Serenade
(Schubert)
-


3653A Deanna Durbin - Beneath The Lights Of Home
() from: "Nice Girl"
- DLA-2370 - Also Decca set A-209 - Los Angeles, CA - January 22, 1941 - 3653B Deanna Durbin - It's Foolish But It's Fun
() from: "Spring Parade"
- DLA-2094 - Also Decca set A-209 - Los Angeles, CA - August 29, 1940 -


3654A Deanna Durbin - Love At Last
() from: "Nice Girl"
- DLA-2374 - Also Decca set A-209 - Los Angeles, CA - January 22, 1941 -
3654B Deanna Durbin - Perhaps
() from: "Nice Girl"
- DLA-2373 - Also Decca set A-209 - Los Angeles, CA - January 22, 1941 -


3655A Deanna Durbin - Thank You, America
() from: "Nice Girl"
- DLA-2371 - Also Decca set A-209 - Los Angeles, CA - January 22, 1941 - 3655B Deanna Durbin - Old Folks At Home
() from: "Nice Girl"
- DLA-2372 - Also Decca set A-209 - Los Angeles, CA - January 22, 1941 -


3656A The Ink Spots - You're Looking For Romance
()
- 68534 - New York, NY - December 23, 1940 -
3656B The Ink Spots - We'll Meet Again
()
- 68656 - New York, NY - February 4, 1941 -


3657A Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - When The Sun Comes Out vocal: Helen O'Connell
(Harold Arlen - Ted Koehler)
- 68651A - New York, NY - February 3, 1941 -
3657B Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Yours / Lolita vocal: Bob Eberle - Helen O'Connell
(GonzaLo Roig - Jack Sherr)
- 68653A - New York, NY - February 3, 1941 -










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