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Decca A—1 Vladimir Rosing — Moussorgsky Songs A-1 Vladimir Rosing — Moussorgsky Songs




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Decca A—9  — A-9 —




Decca A-10 Bing Crosby - Music of Hawaii A-10 Bing Crosby, Ted Fio Rito, Harry Owens, Ray Kinney - Music of Hawaii 5 records Shellac, 78 RPM, 10"

A-10-1 Song of The Island
()
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A-10-2 Aloha OE (Farewell to Thee)
()
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A-10-3 Hawaiian Paradise
()
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A-10-4 My isle of golden dreams
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A-10-5 In My Little grass shack in Kealankkekua
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A-10-6 King Kamehameha
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A-10-7 Across The Sea
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A-10-8 Hoonanea
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A-10-9 Old Plantation
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A-10-10 Kings Serenade
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Decca A—14  — A-14 —




Decca A-15 NAME A-15 Frank Luther and Lyn Murray Quartet - Stephen Foster Melodies

2000A-1 Nelly Bly / Hard Times Come Again No Mo'
(Stephen Collin Foster)
64205 - New York, NY - June 16, 1938 -
2000B-2 Massa's In De Cold, Cold Ground
(Stephen Collin Foster)
63952=A - New York, NY - June 13, 1938 -



Decca set A-16 Henry King and His Orchestra A-16* Henry King and His Orchestra -

2068A Henry King and His Orchestra - Siboney
(Ernesto Lecuona)
DLA-1331 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2068B Henry King and His Orchestra - Havana Is Calling
()
DLA-1340 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2069A Henry King and His Orchestra - The Peanut Vendor (El Manisero)
(Moiser Simons - L. Wolfe Gilbert - Marion Sunshine)
DLA-1335 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 - 2: 49
2069B Henry King and His Orchestra - Jungle Drums (Canto Karabali)
(Ernest Lecuona - Carmen Lombardo - Charles O'Flynn)
DLA-1338 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 - 2:56 -
2070A Henry King and His Orchestra - Say Si Si (Para Vigo Me Voy)
(Ernesto Lecuona)
DLA-1336 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2070B Henry King and His Orchestra - Tabu Rumba
(Margarita Lecuona)
DLA-1332 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2071A Henry King and His Orchestra - Mama Inez Rumba
(Ellseo Grenet)
DLA-1334 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2071B Henry King and His Orchestra - Maria La O Rumba
(Ernesto Lecuona)
DLA-1333 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2072A Henry King and His Orchestra - Cachita
(Rafael Hernandez)
DLA-1339 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -
2072B Henry King and His Orchestra - My Shawl
()
DLA-1337 - Los Angeles, CA - July 21, 1938 -



Decca A—17  — A-17 —




Decca A-18 NAME A-18 -

2065A Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64180 - June 22, 1938 -
2065B Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64181 - June 22, 1938 -
2066A Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64182 - June 22, 1938 -
2066B Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64183 - June 22, 1938 -
2067A Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64184 - June 22, 1938 -
2067B Frank Luther - Raggedy Ann's Sunny and Jouful Songs
(Gruelle - Woodin)
64185 - June 22, 1938 -



Decca A—19  — A-19 —




Decca A—20  — A-20 —




Decca A—21  — A-21 —




Decca A-22 NAME A-22 American Legion Band of Hollywood California - Sousa Marches 4 record set
Parts of this album are also on Decca set A-537

A-22-1 Stars And Stripes Forever
()
DLA-1383 - Decca 2132-A; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
A-22-2 Hail To The Spirit Of Liberty March
()
DLA-1387 - Decca 2132-B - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
A-22-3 Washington Post March
()
DLA-1388 - Decca 2133-A; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
A-22-4 Hands Across The Sea March
()
DLA-1386 - Decca 2133-B; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
A-25-5 Semper Fidelis March
()
DLA-1391=B - Decca 2134-A; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
A-25-6 The Thunderer March
()
DLA-1390=A - Decca 2134-B; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
A-22-7 High School Cadets March
()
DLA-1382 - Decca 2135-A; DL 5075 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
A-22-8 Liberty Bell March
()
DLA-1385 - Decca 2135-B - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -



Decca A—23  — A-23 —




Decca A—24  — A-24 —




Decca A-25 NAME A-25 Frank Luther - American Folk Songs

A-25-1 She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain Medley
()
63768 - Also on Decca 2137-A - May 13, 1938 -
A-25-2 Oh Dem Golden Slippers / Rovin' Gambler
()
63769 - Also on Decca 2137-B - May 13, 1938 -
A-25-3 Billy Boy part III
()
63770- Also on Decca 2138-A - May 13, 1938 -
A-25-4 Ida Red part IV
()
63771- Also on Decca 2138-B - May 13, 1938 -
A-25-5 Buffalo Gals part V
()
63772- Also on Decca 2139-A - May 13, 1938 -
A-25-6 Hand Me Down My Walkin' Cane part VI
()
63773 - Also on Decca 2139-B - May 13, 1938 -
A-25-7 Pass Around The Bottle part VII
()
63970=A - Also on Decca 2140-A - June 14, 1938 -
A-25-8 Little Rosewood Casket part VIII
()
63971=A - Also on Decca 2140-B - June 14, 1938 -
A-25-9 Maple On The Hill part IX
()
63972=A - Also on Decca 2141-A - June 14, 1938 -
A-25-10 New River Train part X
()
63973=A - Also on Decca 2141-B - June 14, 1938 -



Decca A—26  — A-26 —




Decca A—27  — A-27 —




Decca A—28  — A-28 —




Decca A-29 NAME A-29 Joseph Green String Quartet -

2172A Cloister Bells - The Rosary
(Ethelbert)
63986 - June 15, 1938 -
2172B The Bells Of St Mary's
(Adams)
63987 - June 15, 1938 -
2173A Cloister Bells - The Blue Bells Of Scotland
()
63988 - June 15, 1938 -
2173B Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
(Ben Johnson)
63989 - June 15, 1938 -
2174A Goin' Home
(Anton Dvorak)
63990 - June 15, 1938 -
2174B Deep River
(Burleigh)
63991 - June 15, 1938 -
2175A Sweet And Low
(Barnby)
64295 - July 11, 1938 -
2175B In The Gloaming
(Orred)
64296 - July 11, 1938 -
2176A Love's Old Sweet Song
(Malloy)
64297 - July 11, 1938 -
2176B Oh Promise Me
(R. Dekoven)
64298 - July 11, 1938 -



Decca A-30 NAME A-30 Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Favorite Viennese Waltzes

2177A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Blue Danube Waltz
(Johann Strauss)
64316 - July 14, 1938 -
2177B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Spring, Beautiful Spring
(Paul Lincke)
64322 - July 14, 1938 -
2178A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Over The Waves
(Juventino Rosas)
64315 - New York, NY - July 14, 1938 -
2178B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - My Hero
(Oskar Straus) from: "Chocolate Soldier"
64313 - New York, NY - July 13, 1938 -
2179A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - A Waltz Dream
(Oskar Strauss)
64318 - July 14, 1938 -
2179B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Lysustrata Waltz
(Paul Linke)
64320 - July 14, 1938 -
2180A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Danube Waves
(J. Ivanovici)
64317 - July 14, 1938 -
2180B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - LunaWaltz
(Paul Lincke) from: "Frau Luna"
64321 - July 14, 1938 -
2181A Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - The Dollar Princess
(Leo Fall)
64319 - July 14, 1938 -
2181B Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Viennia, City Of My Dreams
(Rudolf Sieczynski)
64314 - July 14, 1938 -



Decca A—31  — A-31 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra — the music of George Gershwin 1938




Decca A-32 NAME A-32 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra -

2205A I'm Free (What's New)
()
C-91535 - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 -
2205B Summertime
()
C-91550 - VD-311 - Chicago, IL - October 21, 1938 -
2206A Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Speak To Me Of Love
()
C-91514 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -
2206B Bob Crosby's Bobcats - The Big Bass Viol
(M. T. Bohannen)
C-91515 - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -
2207A Four Of The Bobcats - I Hear You Talking
(Eddie Miller - Ray Bauduc)
C-91516=A - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -
2207B Four Of The Bobcats - Call Me A Taxi
(Bob Haggart - Bob Zurke)
C-91517=A - Chicago, IL - October 14, 1938 -
2208A* Honky Tonk Train Bluespiano: Bob Zurke
(Mead "Lux" Lewis)
C-91536 - Chicago, IL - October 19, 1938 - 2:54



Decca A—32  — A-32 —




Decca A—33  — A-33 —




Decca A—34  — A-34 —




Decca A-35 Deanna Durbin with Charles Previn and His Orchestra - Deanna-Durbin Souvenir Album No. 1< A-35 Deanna Durbin with Charles Previn and His Orchestra - Deanna-Durbin Souvenir Album No. 1 3 records Shellac 78 RPM, 10" - 1939

Someone To Care For Me
()
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Il Bacio (The Kiss)
()
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It's Raining Sunbeams
()
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La Traviata
()
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Les Filles De Cadix (The Maids Of Cadiz)
()
-
My Own
()
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Decca A—36  — A-36 —




Decca A—37  — A-37 —




Decca A—38  — A-38 —




Decca A—39  — A-39 —




Decca A—40  — A-40 —




Decca A—41  — A-41 —




Decca A—42  — A-42 —




Decca A—43  — A-43 —




Decca A—44  — A-44 —




Decca A—45  — A-45 —




Decca A—46  — A-46 —




Need Photo A-47 Frank Luther and Zora Layman with Century Quartet — Songs of Old New York

2429-A New York, Oh What A Charming City / Jim Fiske
(Not Given)
65198 - New York, NY - March 1, 1939 -
2429-B In The Bright Mohawk Valley / Sparkling and Bright
(Not Given)
65199 - New York, NY - March 1, 1939 -


2430-A Part 3: Dutch Company / Dutch Lullaby Medley
(Not Given)
65238 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2430-B Part 4: The Erie / Niagara Falls / Low Bridge
(Not Given)
65239 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2431-A Ballad Of Henry Green / Siege Of Plattsburg
(Not Given)
65240 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2431-B Buffalo Gals / Perry's Victory / By The Lake
(Not Given)
65241 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -


2432-A Woodman Spare That Tree / Benny Havens
(Not Given)
65242 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -
2432-B Michael Roy / A Little More Cider Medley
(Not Given)
65243 - New York, NY - March 21, 1939 -





Decca A—48.jpg A-48* Frank Luther and Zora Layman and The Century Quartet- More Songs of The Gay Nineties




Decca A—49  — A-49 —




Decca A—50  — A-50 —




Decca A—51  — A-51 —




Decca A—52  — A-52 —




Decca A—53  — A-53 —




Decca A—54  — A-54 —




Decca A—55  — A-55 —




Decca A—56  — A-56 —




Decca A—57  — A-57 —




Decca A—57  — A-57 —




Decca A—58  — A-58 —




Decca A—59  — A-59 —




Decca A—60  — A-60 —




Decca A—61  — A-61 —




Decca A—62  — A-62 —




Decca A-63 Eddie Le Baron Orchestra - Ten Favorite Cuban Congas A-63 Eddie Le Baron Orchestra - Ten Favorite Cuban Congas 5 record 78 set - 1939

18000A Alegre Conga
(Miguel Matamoros)
65643 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18000B Los Indos Del Canay
(Pedro Telleria)
65647=A - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18001A Por Corriente Va Una Conga
(Ernesto Lecuona)
65644 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18001B Uno, Dos Y Tres
(Rafael Ortiz)
65641 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18002A La Conga Se Va
(Ernesto Lecuona)
65646 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18002B Rosita La Bonita
(Eliseo Grenet)
65642 - ASCAP: 480054920 - ISWC: T0701273008 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18003A Viene De Conga
(Eliseo Grenet)
65638 - ASCAP: 520013147 - ISWC: T9146374905 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18003B Se Fue La Comparsa
(Ernesto Lecuona)
65639 - BMI: 1302128 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18004A La Conga Del Juraca
(Mendivil - Vasquez)
65640 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -
18004B Ahe, Ahe
(Eliseo Grenet)
65645 - ASCAP: 310016005 - ISWC: T0700004369 - New York, NY - May 25, 1939 -



Decca A—64  — A-64 —

11) Silver On The Sage
ASCAP: 490062607 - ISWC: T0701354826
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: "The Texans"
DLA-1314=A - Decca 2001-A; 25002-B - Also Decca set A-514-6 - Los Angeles, CA - July 11, 1938 - 2:58 -



Decca A—65  — A-65 —




Decca A—66  — A-66 —




Decca A—67  — A-67 Decca Salon Orchestra (Horlick) —

2710A Liebesleid (Love's Sorrow)
ASCAP: 120044835 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Fritz Kreisler)
65476 - April 27, 1939 - //
2710B Liebesfreud (Love's Joy)
ASCAP: 120044826 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(Fritz Kreisler)
65479 - April 27, 1939 - //
2711A Caprice Viennois (Cradle song)
(Fritz Kreisler)
65484 - April 27, 1939 - //
2711B Marche Miniature Viennois
ASCAP: 430504439 - ISWC: T0701182800
(Fritz Kreisler)
65478 - April 27, 1939 - //
2712A The Old Refrain
(Fritz Kreisler (C) - (L) Alice Mattullath)
65481 - April 27, 1939 - //
2712B Polichinelle - Serenade
(Fritz Kreisler)
65482 - April 27, 1939 - //
2713A Tambourln Chinois
ASCAP: 200049796 - ISWC: T9127501488
(Fritz Kreisler)
65483 - April 27, 1939 - //
2713B Syncopation
ASCAP: 490187554 - ISWC: T0701391174
(Fritz Kreisler)
65480 - April 27, 1939 - //
2714A Schon Rosmarin
ASCAP: 190087417 - ISWC: T0714321182
(Fritz Kreisler)
65477 - April 27, 1939 - //
2714B La gitana (Arabo-Spanish Gypsy song)
ASCA: 70004134 - ISWC: T8006397281
(Fritz Kreisler)
65485 - April 27, 1939 -



Decca A—68 Nicolas Matthey, violin and leader, and his Oriental Orchestra — A-68 Nicolas Matthey, violin and leader, and His Oriental Orchestra — Armenian folk songs and dances

2715A Hail To Antranic - 5296 - March 28, 1939 - //
2751B Wedding Dance - 65302 - March 28, 1939 - //
S2716A Sweetheart //
65301 - March 28, 1939 - //
2716B The Morning Tea / The Fruit Vendor
65299 - March 28, 1939 - //
2717A Lullaby //
65300 - March 28, 1939 - //
2717B Rangui / Tashu Tchors //
65297 - March 28, 1939 - //
2718A The Stork //
65294 - March 28, 1939 - //
2718B The Sweet Vendor / Down In The Valley //
65295 - March 28, 1939 - //
2719A Armenian Air / Little House //
65298 - March 28, 1939 - //
2719B Bosporus //
65303 - March 28, 1939 -



Decca A-69 Bing Crosby - Cowboy Songs A-69 Bing Crosby - Cowboy Songs1946




Decca A-70 - A-70 -




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Decca A-72 - A-72 -




Decca A-73 - A-73 -




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Decca A-75 - A-75 -




Decca A-76 - A-76 -




Decca A-77 - A-77 -




Decca A-78 Wilmouth Houdini and His Royal Galypso Orchestra -  A-78 Wilmouth Houdini and His Royal Galypso Orchestra -

18005A Monkey Swing
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
66526=A - ASCAP: 430081842 - ISWC: T0702699997 -
18005B He Had It Coming
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
66528=A -
18006A Welcome Of Their Majesties
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
66523=A -
18006B Hot Dogs Made Their Name
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
66527=A - ASCAP: 380279976 - ISWC: T9028265772 -
18007A Roosevelt Opens World's Fair
(Wilmoth Houdini (Frederick Wilmoth Hendricks))
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18007B Johnny Take My Wife
(Walter Douglas aka Railway Douglas/Chieftain Douglas)
- 3:12 -



Decca A-79 Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra -  A-79 Nano Rodrigo and His Orchestra - Tango

18008A Piedad (Have pity) tango
(Carlos Percuoso)
-
18008B Duello Criollo (Gaucho lament tango)
(Lito Bayardo - Juan Rezzano)
ASCAP: 343450653 - ISWC: T0370010697 -

18009A Jealousy
(Celoso tango)
(Jacob Gade)
66580 - ASCAP: 400305684 - ISWC: T9000088697 - New York, NY - September 13, 1939 -
18009B El Carrerito (Wagon driver) tango
(Caccarezza - Hoyos)
66582 - New York, NY - September 13, 1939 -

18010A Duke Amargura (sweet torment) tango
(Torres - Alpert)
-
18010B Mientras Llora El Tango
(Barabino - Courau)
-

18011A Mananitas De Montmarte (Mornings of Montmarte) tango
(Irusta - Fugazot - Demare)
-
18011B Alma Del Bandoneon (Bandoneon soul tango)
(Discepolo - Amadori - Discepolo)
-

18012A La Muchacha Del Circo (circus girl tango)
(Romero - G. Matos)
-
18012B Malevaje (ingratitude tango)
(Discepolo - Filiberto)
-



Decca A-80 Eddie Baron and His Orchestra -  A-80 Eddie Baron and His Orchestra -

18013A Negra Quirina (Cuban belle rumba) rumba
(Simon)
- August 21, 1939 -
18013B Buche Plumas No Mas (fourflusher) rumba
(Rafael Hernandez)
- August 21, 1939 -

18014A Negra Consentida (my pet brunette) rumba
(Joaquin Pardave)
- August 21, 1939 - 2:42 -
18014B Capullito De Aleli (little flower of my dreams) rumba
(Rafael Hernandez)
- August 21, 1939 - 3:02 -

18015A La Ruiρidera (wanna lots of love) rumba
(Alejandro Rodriguez)
- August 21, 1939 - 2:32 -
18015B Color In Colorao (my red hot mama) rumba
(Rafael Hernandez)
- August 21, 1939 - 2:30 -

18016A La Mulata Rumbera rumba
(Alejandro Rodriguez)
- August 21, 1939 -
18016B Quiereme Mucho (Yours) rumba
(Gonzalo Roig)
- August 21, 1939 -

18017A Amor Sincero rumba
(Grenet)
- August 21, 1939 -
18017B Cubanakan rumba
(Moises Simon)
66160A - August 21, 1939 -



Decca A-81 - A-81 -




Decca A-82 NAME A-82 Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Victor Herbert Waltzes Vol.4 5 record set

2850The Streets of New York
()
-
2850 Ah! Sweet mystery of Life
()
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2851 Sweethearts
()
-
2851 Kiss Me Again
()
-
2852 A Kiss In The Dark
()
-
2852 O'neath The Southern Moon
()
-
2853 Toyland
()
-
2853 Gypsy Love Song
()
-
2854 When You're Away
()
-
2854 I'm Falling In Love With Someone
()
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Decca A-83 - A-83 -




Decca A-84 - A-84 -




Decca A-85 - A-85 -




Decca A-86 - A-86 -




Decca A-87 Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - Decca presents Frances Langford A-87* Frances Langford with Harry Sosnik and His Orchestra - Decca presents Frances Langford




Decca A-88 - A-88 -




Decca A-89 Decca Concert Orchestra - A-89 Decca Concert Orchestra -

18018A Hungarian dance No.5 In F Sharp Monor
()
-
18018B Hungarian dance No.3 In F Major
()
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18019A No.1 In G Monor
()
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18019B No.17 In F Sharp Monor
()
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18020A No.6 In D Flat Major
()
-
18020B No.2 In D Monor
()
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18021A No.7 In A Major
()
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18021B No.4 In F Monor
()
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Decca A-91 - A-91 -




Decca A-92 - A-92 -




Decca A-93 - A-93 -




Decca A-94 - A-94 -




Decca A-95 - A-95 -




Decca A-96 - A-96 -




Decca A-97 - A-97 -




Decca A-98 - A-98* Harry Horlick and His Orchestra - Favorite Melodies by Sigmund Romberg




Decca A-9 - A-99 -




Decca A-100 - A-100 -




Decca A-101 - A-101 Decca Concert Orchestra - Harry Horlick, director -

18031A
La Tosca - Act 2
(Puccini)
-
18031B Louise Act 3: Depuis Le Jour
(Charpentier)
-
18032A Aida: Celeste Aida
(Verdi)
-
18032B Manon: Act 2 - The Dream (la reve)
(Massenet)
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18033A Madame Butterfly: Act II - Un Bel Di Vedremo
(Puccini)
-
18033B Martha Act III: M'appari Tutt' Amor
(Von Flotow)
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18034A Carmen Act I: Habanera
(Bizet)
-
18034B Samson and Delilah: My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice
(Saint Saens)
-
18035A La Boheme: Musetta Waltz
(Puccini)
-
18035B Cavalleria Rusticana - Siciliana - O Lola
(Mascagni)
-



Decca A-102 - A-102 -




Decca A-103 - A-103 Al Glaser's Bucovinaer Kapelle -

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

18024A Doina
()
65856 - June 21, 1939 -
18024B Bessarabian Hora
()
65857 - June 21, 1939 -

18025A Buconivaer Freilach
()
65859 - June 21, 1939 -
18025B Beim Shotzer Reben Auf Shabes
()
65860 - June 21, 1939 -

18026A Kale Besetzen
()
65861 - June 21, 1939 -
18026B Dus Ziegeiern
()
65854 - June 21, 1939 -



Decca A-104 - A-104 Irving Schein -

18027A Hebrew Sinfoneta Chassidic Nigun
()
65944 - July 11, 1939 -
18027B Reb Schmuel's Nigun
()
65951 - July 11, 1939 -

18028A Arabian Nigun And Dance
()
65945 - July 11, 1939 -
18028B Unser Rebenj
()
65950 - July 11, 1939 -

18029A Cradle Songs
()
65946 - July 11, 1939 -
18029B Medley Of Jewish Love Songs
()
65949 - July 11, 1939 -

18030A Dance Of Reb Meyer
()
65948 - July 11, 1939 -
18030B M'lavah Malkoh
()
65947 - July 11, 1939 -



Decca A-105 - A-105 -




Decca A-106 - A-106 -




Decca A-107 - A-107 -




Decca A-108 - A-108 -




Decca A-109 - A-109* Carman Miranda - The South American Way 1940 3 record set




Decca A-110 - A-110 Cliff Edwards with The Victor Young Orchestra and the Kim Darby Singers - Walt Disney "Pinocchio"

3000-A When You Wish Upon A Star
ASCAP: 530063842 - ISWC: T0701993078
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
DLA-1897 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1939 - 3:04
3000-B I've Got No Strings
ASCAP: 370048136 - ISWC: T0700651086
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
DLA-1902 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1939 - 2:20 -

3001-A Turn On The Old Music Box
ASCAP: 500125484 - ISWC: T0701814916
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
DLA-1900 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1939 - 2:59 -
3001-B Julietta Novis with Victor Young Orchestra - Little Wooden Head
ASCAP: 420058299 - ISWC: T0700965430
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
Los Angeles, CA - 2:12 -

3002-A Jiminy Cricket
ASCAP: 400013249 - ISWC: T0700884145
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
DLA-1898 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1939 - 3:04
3002-B Three Cheers For Anything
ASCAP: 500070908 - ISWC: T0701799532
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
DLA-1903 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1939 - 2:12 -

3003-A Give A Little Whistle
ASCAP: 370020423 - ISWC: T0700642336
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
DLA-1899 - Los Angeles, CA - December 13, 1939 - 1:34 -
3003-B Hi Diddle Dee Dee
ASCAP: 380048733 - ISWC: T0700735712
(Leigh Harline - Ned Washington)
DLA-1901 - Los Angeles, CA - December 14, 1939 - 2:04 -



Decca A-111 - A-111 John Seagle and Westminster Sing -

18036A John Seagle and Westminster Sing - Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
(Charles Wesley)
67040 - January 11, 1940 -
18036B John Seagle and Westminster Sing - The Holy City
(Michael Maybrick (Stephen Adams) (C) - (L) Frederic Weatherly)
67051 - January 11, 1940 -
18037A John Seagle - All Hail The Power Of Jesus Name
(Oliver Holden (C) - (L) Edward Perronet)
67041 - January 11, 1940 -
18037B John Seagle and Westminster - Sing Day Of Resurrection / There Is A Green Hill
(Smart)
67053 - January 11, 1940 -
18038A John Seagle - Alleluia - The Strife Is Over
(Giovanni P. da Palestrina)
67043=A - January 11, 1940 -
18038B John Seagle - Hosanna
(Jules Granier - Nathan Haskell Dole)
67052=A - January 11, 1940 -
18039A John Seagle and Westminster - Sing Come Ye Faithful, Raise The Strain
(Arthur S. Sullivan)
67042 - January 11, 1940 -
18039B John Seagle (baritone & organ) - The Palms
(Jean-Baptiste Faure)
67054- January 11, 1940 -



Decca A-112 - A-112 -




Decca A-113 Joseph Marais and His Bushveld Band - Songs of the South African Veld A-113 Joseph Marais and His Bushveld Band - Songs of the South African Veld 1939

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

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

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



Decca A-114 - A-114 -




Decca A-115 - A-115 Marlene Dietrich with Victor Young and His Orchestra - Marlene Dietrich




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Decca A-118 - A-118 -




Decca A-119 - A-119 -




Decca A-10 - A-120 -




Decca A-121 Various - Decca Chicago Jazz A-121 Various - Decca Chicago Jazz 6-78s 18040 - 18045

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

A-121-3 Eddie Condon and His Chicagoans - There'll Be Some Changes Made
(W. Benton Overstreet - Billy Higgins)
66072=A - Also on Decca 18041A - August 11, 1939 - 2:42
A-121-4 Eddie Condon and His Chicagoans - Someday, Sweetheart
(Spikes - Spikes)
66075=A - Also on Decca 18041-B - August 11, 1939 - 3:06

A-121-5 Jimmy McPartland and His Orchestra - China-Boy
(Dick Winfree - Phil Boutelje)
C-91833=A - Also on Decca 18042-A - October 11, 1939 - 2:32
A-121-6 Jimmy McPartland and His Orchestra - Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
C-91832=A - Also on Decca 18042-B - October 11, 1939 - 3:07

A-121-7 Jimmy McPartland and His Orchestra - Sugar
(Pinkard - Mitchell - Alexander)
C-91835=A - Also Decca 18043-A - October 11, 1939 - 3:00
A-121-8 Jimmy McPartland and His Orchestra - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
(Seitz - Lockhart)
C-91834=A - Also Decca 18043-B - October 11, 1939 - 3:06

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

A-121-11 George Wettling's Chicago Rhythm Kings - Darktown Strutter's Ball
(Shelton Brooks)
67062=B - Also on Decca 18045-A - January 16, 1940 -
A-121-12 George Wettling's Chicago Rhythm Kings - I've Found A New Baby
(Palmer - Williams)
67059=A - Also on Decca 18045-B - January 16, 1940 -



Decca A-122 Camen Cavallaro - Dancing In The Dark 122 Camen Cavallaro - Dancing In The Dark 5 - 10" - 78 RPM

1) 3110A Cocktails For Two
(Johnston - Coslow)
66810 - October 31, 1939 -
2) 3110B The Very Thought Of You
(Ray Noble)
66807 - October 31, 1939 -
3) 3111A If I Had You
(Shapiro - Campbell - Connelly)
66814 - October 31, 1939 -
4) 3111B Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
(Otto Harbach - Jerome Kenr)
66815 - October 31, 1939 -
5) 3112A Dancing In The Dark
(Dietz - Schwartz)
66811 - October 31, 1939 -
6) 3112B Lover
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenzo Hart)
66813 - October 31, 1939 -
7) 3113A Body And Soul
(John "Jonny" W. Green - Edward Heyman - Robert B. Sour)
66809 - October 31, 1939 -
8) 3113B You're Mine, You
(Green - Heyman)
66812 - October 31, 1939 -
9) 3114A Alone Together
(Howard Dietz - Arthur Schwartz)
66808A - October 31, 1939 -
10) 3114B Night And Day
(Cole Porter)
66816=A - October 31, 1939 -



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Decca A-134 - A-134 -




Decca A-135 - A-135 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Contrasting Music

10 Flight Of The Bumble Bee
(Rimsky-Korsakov)
Reissue of Decca 1508 - 3333-B - ASCAP: 60007990 - ISWC: T0714237361 - June 23, 1937 - 2:53 -

11 Long John Silver vocal: Bob Eberly
(Ray Krise - Jimmy Dorsey - 1938)
NOTE: ASCAP has Ray Krise as Raymond Owens Knise, no affiliation number given
3334-A - ASCAP 400016700 - ISWC: Not Assigned - New York, NY - April 29, 1938 - 3:14 -
12 Parade Of The Milk Bottles
(Jimmy Dorsey - Pat McCarthy)
Note: ASCAP list Pat McCarthy as Charles J. McCarthy, no affiliation number given)
DLA-423=A - Also Decca 941-A, 3334-B - Los Angeles, CA - July 7, 1936 - 3:05 -



Decca A-136 - A-136 -




Decca A-137 - A-137 -




Decca A-138 - A-138 Chick Webb and His Orchestra - Chick Webb Memorial Album 6 record set

A-138-1 Don't Be That Way
(Edgar Melvin Sampson)
Decca 483-A - 39140 - Also Decca Set A-138 - ASCAP: 340060615 - ISWC: T9016322466 - New York, NY - November 19, 1934 - 2:35 -
September 10, 1934 - 2:38 - Notes A-138-2 It's Over Because We're Through vocal: Taft Jordan
(Willie Bryant)
Decca 483-B - 39138 - Also Decca Set A-138 - New York, NY - November 19, 1934 - 3:13 -

A-138-3 You Showed Me The Way vocal: Ella Fitzgerald (Not Given)
Decca 1220-A - 62067 - March 24, 1937 -
A-138-4 Clap Hands, Here Comes Charley
(Not Given) Decca 1220-B - 62068=A - March 24, 1937 -

A-183-5 A-Tisket, A-Tasket vocal: Ella Fitzgerald (Al Feldman/Ella Fitzgerald)
Decca 1840-A* - 63693=A - May 2, 1938 - 2:30
A-138-6 Liza (All The Clouds'll Roll Away)
(Gershwin)
Decca 1840-B - 63708 - May 3, 1938 - 2:45

A-138-7 On The Sunny Side Of The Street
()
Decca 3318-A - 38594 - September 10, 1934 -
A-138-8 Undecided
()
Decca 3318-B - 65039 - Also Decca Set A-138 - February 17, 1939 -

A-138-9 Sing Me A Swing Song
()
Decca 3319-A - 61124 - Also Decca set A-138 - June 2, 1936 -
A-138-10 A Little Bit Later On
()
Decca 3319-B - 61125 - June 2, 1936 -

A-138-11 The Dipsy Doodle
(Larry Clinton)
Decca 3320-A - 62887 - DE1587 - Also Decca set A-138 - December 17, 1937 -
A-138-12 In A Little Spanish Town
()
Decca 3320-B - 62618 - September 21, 1937 -



Decca A-139 NAME A-139 Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians -

102A Down By The Old Mill Stream
(William "Tell" Taylor)
38290 - 06283 - New York, NY - August 13, 1934 - 3:16 - Notes
102B Love In Bloom vocal: Carmen Lombardo
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: "She Loves Me Not"
38443=A - New York, NY - August 27, 1934 - 3:18 - Notes



Decca A-140 NAME A-140 Bing Crosby and Dick McIntyre and His Harmony Hawaiians -
A-140-1 Hawaiian Paradise
(Harry Owens)
DLA-523=A - Also on Decca 886-A; 19017; 25010; Decca set A-460-3 - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1936 - 2:36
A-140-2 South Sea Island Magic
(Andy Iona Long - Lysle Tomerlin)
DLA-522=A - Also on Decca 886-B 19017; 25010; A-460-3 - Los Angeles, CA - August 4, 1936 -



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Decca A-147 NAME A-147 Guy Lombardo -



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Decca A-149 NAME A-149* Hildegarde - Songs By Vernon Duke




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Decca A-152 NAME A-152* Count Basie - Count Basie at the Panio




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Decca A-156 King's Band - Strike Up The Band A-156 Varied - Strike Up The Band 6 sound discs: analog, 78 rpm; 10 inch: 1940

3373-A Decca Band and American Eight; Harry Sosnik, conductor - Strike Up The Band
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) Ira Gershwin)
67996 - August 20, 1940 -
3373-B Decca Band and American Eight; Harry Sosnik, conductor - The Ranger's Song
(Harry Tierney - Joseph McCarthy) from: musical play "Rio Rita"
67997 - August 20, 1940 -

3374-A Decca Band and American Eight; Harry Sosnik, conductor - Your Land And My Land
(Sigmund Romberg - Dorothy Donnelly) from: musical romance "My Maryland"
67995 - August 20, 1940 -
3374-B Decca Band and American Eight; Harry Sosnik, conductor - March Of The Musketeers
(Rudolf Friml - P.G. Wodehouse - Clifford Grey) from: musical comedy "The Three Musketeers"
67998 - August 20, 1940 -

137-A King's Band - Notre Dame Victory March
(Michael J. Shea - John F. Shea)
38572=A - October ??, 1934 -
137-B King's Band - On Wisconsin
(William T. Purdy)
38573 - October ??, 1934 -

139-B King's Band - I Love A Parade
(Ted Koehler - Harold Arlen)
38571 - New York, NY - September ??, 1934 -
139-A King's Band - Valencia
(Josι Padilla Sαnchez - Lucien Boyer - Jacques Charles - Clifford Grey)
38560 - New York, NY - October ??, 1934 -

2027-A American Legion Band of Hollywood California - The Caissons Go Rolling Along
(Edmund L. Gruber)
DLA-1393 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -
2027-B American Legion Band of Hollywood California - National Emblem March
(Edwin Eugene Bagley)
DLA-1392 - Los Angeles, CA - August 8, 1938 -

1858-A American Legion Band of Hollywood California; Joe Colling, conductor - General Pershing March
(Carl D. Vandersloot)
DLA-1237 - DLA-1240 - Los Angeles, CA - April 18, 1938 -
1858-B American Legion Band of Hollywood California; Joe Colling, conductor - Parade Of The Legionaires
(Glenn Halley)
DLA-1238/9 - Los Angeles, CA - April 18, 1938 -



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Decca A-160 NAME A-160 Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - 6 record set

A-160-12 Clyde McCoy and His Orchestra - Tear It Down
(Clyde McCoy)
C-9762=A - ASCAP: 500016860 - ISWC: Not Assigned - Also Decca 381-B - Chicago, IL - January 31, 1935 - 2:43 -



Decca A-161 NAME A-161 Harry Roser -



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Decca A-153 NAME A-163* Richard Tauber - Album Of Favorite Songs 4 record set




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Decca A-177 Carmen Cavallaro - Getting Sentimental Over You A-177* Carmen Cavallaro - Getting Sentimental Over You 1947

4056



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Decca A-182 Assorted - An Anthology of Colored Jazz A-182* Assorted - An Anthology of Colored Jazz 6 records Χ Shellac, 10"

1) 3516A Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Save It, Pretty Mama
(Redmond)
65345 - Also Decca set A-182 - April 5, 1939 -
2) 3516B Duke Ellington and His Orchestra - Ain't Misbehavin'
(Razaf - Waller)
GB6040 - Also Decca set A-182 - August 15, 1933 -

3) 3517A Earl Hines and His Orchestra - Rosetta
()
C9465 - Also Decca set A-182 - September 12, 1934 -
4) 3517B Andy Kirk and CLouds Of Joy - Moten Swing
()
60853 - Also Decca set A-182 - March 2, 1936 -

5) 3518A Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra - Hotter Than 'ell
(Fletcher Henderson)
38725 - Also Decca set A-182 - September 25, 1934 -
6) 3518B Count Basie and His Orchestra - John's Idea
(Count Basie)
62334=A - Also Decca set A-182 - July 7, 1937 -

7) 3519A Johnny Dodds Chicago Boys - Wild Man Blues
(F. Morton - Louis Armstrong)
63189 - Also Decca set A-182 - January 21, 1938 -
8) 3519B Jimmy Noone and His Orchestra - Bump It
(Jimmie Noone)
62832 - Also Decca set A-182 - December 1, 1937 -

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

11) 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 -
12) 3521B Albert Ammons and His Rhythm Kings - Early Morning Blues
(Albert Ammons)
C90573A - Also Decca set A-182 - Chicago, IL - January 14, 1936 -



Decca A-183 Assorted - An Anthology of White Jazz A-183* Assorted - An Anthology of White Jazz 6 records Χ Shellac, 10"

A-183-12-1) 3522A Paul Whiteman's Swing Wing - Aunt Hager's Blues featuring Jack Teagarden and The Modernaires
(W. C. Handy)
64618 - September 9, 1938 -
A-183-12-2) 3522B Jimmy McPartLand's Squirrels - Panama
(Will Tyers)
C90700=A - April 25, 1936 -

A-183-12-3) Bob Crosby's Bobcats - Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
- 67175 - DE3040 - Also Decca 3523-A - February 6, 1940 -
A-183-12-4) New Orleans Rhythm Kings - Tin Roof Blues
(Melrose - Rappolo - Mares)
- 38609 - Also Decca 3523-B - September 12, 1934 -

A-183-12-5) Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Chinatown, My Chinatown
(William Jerome - Jean Schwartz)
38677=A - Also Decca 3524-A* - September 17, 1934 -
A-183-12-6) Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - St Louis Blues
ASCAP: 190103265 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(William Christopher Handy)
38408=B - Also Decca 3524-B - August 23, 1934 -

A-183-12-7) Adrian Rollini and His Orchestra - Somebody Loves Me
(Gershwin - MacDonald - DeSylva)
- 38877=A - Also Decca 3525-A - October 23, 1934 -
A-183-12-8) Bud Freeman Summ Cum Laude Orchestra - Satanic Blues
(Larry Shields - Emile Christian)
66606 - Also Decca 3525-B - New York, NY - September 18, 1939 -

A-183-12-9) Ben Pollack Pick-A-Rib Boys - Alice Blue Gown
(Harry Tierney - Joseph McCarthy)
DLA913=A - Also Decca 3526-A - September 11, 1937 -
A-183-12-10) Delta Four - Swingin' At The Famous Door
()
60270 - Also Decca 3526-B - December 20, 1935 -
A-183-12-11) Joe Venuti and His Blue Four - Tap Room Blues
(Adrian Rollini)
39440=A - Also Decca 3527-A - March 20, 1935 -
A-183-12-12) Red Norvo and His Orchestra - Decca Stomp
()
60315 - Also Decca 3527-B - January 8, 1936 -



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Decca A-188 NAME A-188* Harry Roy and His Orchestra - Piano Madness 4 record set




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Decca A-218 NAME A-218 Count Basie and His Orchestra - One O'Clock Jump




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310A Bing Crosby with George Stoll and His Orchestra - June in January
(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin)
DLA-71=A - Also on Decca set A-221 - ASCAP: 400026959 - ISWC: T0700887826 - Los Angeles, CA - November 9, 1934 - Notes
310B Bing Crosby with George Stoll and His Orchestra - Love Is Just Around The Corner
(Lewis E. Gensler (C) - (L) Loe Robin)
DLA-72=A - Also on Decca set A-221 - ASCAP: 420085250 - ISWC: T0700973223 - Los Angeles, CA - November 9, 1934 - 2:59 - Notes
392A Bing Crosby with George Stoll and His Orchestra - Down By The River
(Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart)
DLA-94 - C-221 - Also Decca set A-221 - ASCAP: 340068117 - ISWC: T0700399263 - Los Angeles, CA - February 21, 1935 - 2:49
392B Bing Crosby with George Stoll and His Orchestra - Soon
(Richard Rodgers - Lerenzo Hart) from: "Mississippi"
DLA-93 - C-221 - Also Decca set A-221 - Brunswick E01994 - ASCAP: 490115452 - ISWC: T0701370275 - Los Angeles, CA - February 21, 1935 - 543A Bing Crosby - I Wished On The Moon
(Not Given)
39857 - Also Decca set A-221 - August 14, 1935 -
543B Bing Crosby and The Dorsey Brothers - Two For Tonight
(Harry Revel (C) - (L) Mack Gordon) from: "Two For Tonight"
39855 - Also Decca set A-221 - August 14, 1935 - 2:55 -



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Decca A-230 NAME A-230 Carmen Cavallaro - All The Things You Are . . . 5 records Χ Shellac, 10"

All The Things You Are
Lovely To Look At

You're The Cream In My Coffee
You're A Sweetheart

You Are Too Beautiful
The Most Beautiful Girl In The World

You Are My Lucky Star
You're A Sweet Little Headache

You're Just A Flower From On Old Bouquet
You're My Everything



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Decca A-238 NAME A-238* Caney - Rumba Rhapsody 1942

21260 Rumba Rhapsody (Rafael Audinot at the piano)
Pare Cochero (Negre singing)

21261 El Mondonguero (Machito singing)
Un Brujo De Guanabacoa (Negre singing)

21262 Paran Pan Pin (Panchito singing)
Oye El Carbonero (Polito singing)

21263 Mis Cinco Hijos Se Casaron (Machito singing)
Con Un Solo Pie (Polito singing)



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Decca A-253 Dorsey Brothers - A-253 Dorsey Brothers -

I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over Youvocal: Bob Crosby
(George Bassman (C) - (L) Ned Washington)
38304=A - Also Decca set A-254 - 115-A - New York, NY - August 15, 1934 - 2:38



Decca A-254 NAME A-282 Sterling Holloway - Uncle Remus Stories 3 record set recorded in Los Angeles, CA - July 15, 1941

A-282-1 4013A The Wonderful Tar Baby part I
(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
DLA-2550 - Also Decca 23806 - Los Angeles, CA - July 15, 1941 -
A-282-2 4013B The Wonderful Tar Baby part II
(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
DLA-2551 - Also Decca 23806 - Los Angeles, CA - July 15, 1941 -

A-282-3 4014A Br'er Rabbit Is A Fisherman part I
(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
DLA-2546 - Also Decca 23807 - Los Angeles, CA - July 15, 1941 -
A-282-4 4014B Br'er Rabbit Is A Fisherman Part II
(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
DLA-2547 - Also Decca 23807 - Los Angeles, CA - July 15, 1941 -

A-282-5 4015A Br'er Rabbit Raises A Dust part I
(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
DLA-2548 - Also Decca 23808 - Los Angeles, CA - July 15, 1941 -
A-282-6 4015B Br'er Rabbit Raises A Dust part II
(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
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2345A Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Easter Parade vocal: Carmen Lombardo
ASCAP: 350004023 - ISWC: T0700490727
(Irving Berlin) from: "As Thousands Cheer"
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2345B Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - My Best Girl vocal: Carmen Lombardo; Larry Owen; Fred Higman
ASCAP: 430109303 - ISWC: T0701106457
(Walter Donaldson)
65212=AA - Also Decca set A-255-10 - New York, NY - March 7, 1939 -



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Decca A-305 NAME A-305* Jean Sablon - Songs of Paris




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Decca A-316 NAME A-316 Libby Holman - Blues Till Dawn 3 record set 1942
with guitar accompaniment by Josh White - rec. New York City, March 23, 1942

A-316-1 Fare Thee Well
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A-316-2 Baby, Baby
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A-316-3 Good Morning Blues
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Decca 18305 A-316-4 When The Sun Goes Down
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A-316-5 House Of The Risin' Sun
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Decca 18306 A-316-6 Hansome Winsome Johnny
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Decca A-339 Carmen Cavallaro - Strauss Waltzes A-339* Carmen Cavallaro - Strauss Waltzes

18536-A Carmen Cavlallaro (piano and acc) - Blue Danube Waltz
(Strauss)
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18536-B Carmen Cavlallaro (piano and acc) - Tales From The Vienna Woods
(Strauss)
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18537-A Carmen Cavlallaro (piano and acc) - Vienna Life
(Strauss)
71177 - Also on Decca Set A-339 - July 24, 1942 -
18537-B Carmen Cavlallaro (piano and acc) - Artist's Life Waltz
(Strauss)
71178 - Also on Decca Set A-339 - July 24, 1942 -

18538-A Carmen Cavlallaro (piano and acc) - Emperor Waltz
(Strauss)
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18538-B Carmen Cavlallaro (piano and acc) - Souhern Roses Waltz
(Strauss)
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18539-A Carmen Cavlallaro (piano and acc) - Voices Of Spring Waltz
(Strauss)
71181 - Also on Decca Set A-339 - July 24, 1942 -
18539-B Carmen Cavlallaro (piano and acc) - You And You (Die Fledermaus waltz)
(Strauss)
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Decca A-353 Gems of Jazz Volume 5 A-353 Ted Lewis and His Orchestra - Ted Lewis and His Orchestra 4 disc 1947

A When My Baby Smiles at Me
B (I Got a Woman, Crazy for Me) She's Funny That Way

C The Old St Louis Blues
(William Christopher Handy)
DLA-1346=A - 2013-A - 23917-A - Los Angeles, CA - July 25, 1938 - 3:06
D I'm The Medicine Man For The Blues
(Harry Akst - Grant Clarke) from: "Is Everybody Happy?" 1929
DLA-1344 - Also on 2033-B - Los Angeles, CA - July 25, 1938 - 3:03

E Wear a Hat With a Silver Lining
F Just Around The Corner

G Good Night
H The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi



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Decca 359-23M Original New York Production  - Oklahoma 359-23M Original New York Production - Oklahoma!

23287B Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts with The Jay Blackton Orchestra - People Will Say We're In Love
(Richard Rodgers (C) - (L) Oscar Hammerstein II) from: Musical Production "Oklahoma! (1943)"
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Decca 362-23M Judy Garland Mickey Rooney - Girl Crazy 362-23M* Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney with George Stoll and His Orchestra - Girl Crazy 1944 3-10" 78 record set

23308 Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland - Could You Use Me?
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) Ira Gershwin) from: MGM Musical picture "Girl Crazy"
L3254 - ASCAP: 330099755 - ISWC: T0700260963 - November 4, 1943 -
23308 Judy Garland - Embraceable You
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) Ira Gershwin) from: MGM Musical picture "Girl Crazy"
L3253 - ASCAP: 350014343 - ISWC: T0700493555 - November 4, 1943 -

23309 Judy Garland - But Not For Me
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) Ira Gershwin) from: MGM Musical picture "Girl Crazy"
L3250 - ASCAP: 320104338 - ISWC: T0700128864 - October 27, 1943 -
23309 Mickey Rooney - Treat Me Rough
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) Ira Gershwin) from: MGM Musical picture "Girl Crazy"
L3251 - ASCAP: 500111640 - ISWC: T0701811586 - November 4, 1943 -

23310 Judy Garland - Bidin' My Time
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) Ira Gershwin) from: MGM Musical picture "Girl Crazy"
L3255 - ASCAP: 320044680 - ISWC: T0700111541 - November 4, 1943 -
23310 Judy Garland - I Got Rhythm
(George Gershwin (C) - (L) Ira Gershwin) from: MGM Musical picture "Girl Crazy"
L3252 - ASCAP: 390020627 - ISWC: T0108602603 - November 4, 1943 -



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Decca A-370 NAME A-370 Kitty Carlisle and Wilbur Evans with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - Decca present selections from "The Desert Song" 1944 5 record set

23331A Wilbur Evans with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - Opening Chorus And Riff Song
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
71859=DD - March 13, 1944 -
23331B Kitty Carlisle and Wilbur Evans with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - Finale (French Military Marching Song; One ALone)
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
72105=A -

23332A with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove -
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
- March 14, 1944 -
23332B* Kitty Carlisle with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - The Sabre Song
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
71866 - March 14, 1944 -

23333A Kitty Carlisle with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - Romance
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
71862DD - Also Decca Set DA-370-3 -
23333B* Wilbur Evans with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - One ALone
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
71864DD - March 14, 1944 -

23334A Kitty Carlisle and Wilbur Evans with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - Then You Will Know
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
72106DD - Also Decca Set DA-370-4 - May 11, 1944 -
23334B Wilbur Evans with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - One Alone
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
71864DD - March 14, 1944 -

23335A* Kitty Carlisle and Wilbur Evans with Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - The Desert Song
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
72107- Also Decca Set DA-370-1 - May 11, 1944 - 23335B Wilbur Evanswith Chorus and Orchestra under the Direction of Isaac Van Grove - Desert Song Finale Of Act 1
(Sigmund Romberg - Otto Harbach - Oscar Hammerstein II) from: musical play "The Desert Song"
71860 - March 13, 1944 -



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Decca A-381 NAME DA-381* Original Broadway Cast - Bloomer Girl 1944




Decca A-382 Cast - Song of Norway A-382* Cast - Song of Norway




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Decca DA-389 The Selfish Giant DA-389 Fredric March and Supporting cast - The Selfish Giant(Oscar Wilde) - 2 records * 78 RPM (B288) - 72188, 72189, 72 190, 72 191 - 90047A/B
Score and Conducted by Lehman Engel, Directed by Arthur Kurlan

23418A Fredric March/Lehaman Engel - The Selfish Giant(Oscar Wilde) - 72188 - May 27, 1944 - 3:08
23418B Fredric March/Lehaman Engel - The Selfish Giant(Oscar Wilde) - 72 191 - May 27, 1944 - 3:05

23419A Fredric March/Lehaman Engel - The Selfish Giant(Oscar Wilde) - 72 190 - May 27, 1944 - 3:08
23419B Fredric March/Lehaman Engel - The Selfish Giant(Oscar Wilde) - 72189 - May 27, 1944 - 2:40



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Decca 396-23M Decca Records Presents Sophie Tucker A-396-23M Sophie Tucker - Decca Records Presents Sophie Tucker 3-10" 78 record set




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Decca A-399 NAME DA-399* Loretta Young with Orchestra directed by Victor Young and the Ken Darby Singer - the Little Angel 3 record set

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Decca A-403 NAME A-403* Bing Crosby with the Andrews Sisters - Merry Christmas 1945

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Decca A-407 NAME A-407 Burl Ives -

23504-A Old Dan Tucker
ASCAP: 10070809 - ISWC: Not Assigned
(obscure - credited to Daniel Decatur "Dan" Emmett - 1830)
73091 - Decca DL-5080 (Lp-1949); Decca 9-38 (3-45rpm) - October 23, 1945 - 1:15 -
23504-B Dublin City
(obscure)
73093 - Decca DL-5080 (Lp-1949); Decca 9-38 (3-45rpm) - October 23, 1945 - 1:50 -
23505-A The Eddystone Light - The Hullabaloo-Belay
(Not Given)
73096 - Decca DL-5080 (Lp-1949); Decca 9-38 (3-45rpm) - October 23, 1945 -
23505-B Venezuela
(Not Given)
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23506-A The Fox
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73094 - Decca DL-5080 (Lp-1949); Decca 9-38 (3-45rpm) - October 23, 1945 -
23506-B Lolly-Too-Dum
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23507-A Aunt Rhody - Saturday Night
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23507-B Wake Nicodemus (1864 ?)
ASCAP: 230000683 - ISWC: T0714331222 - number list Burl Ives as writer
(Henry Clay Work)
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Decca A-411 The Red Mill - Victor Herbert A-411 Victor Herbert - The Red Mill 3 record set

Decca 23477-A Moonbeams - Eileen Farrell (1) 23477-A Eileen Farrell - Moonbeams (Victor Herbert - Henry Blossom) from: Stone - Stromberg, Jr production "The Red Mill"
73153 -
Decca 23477-B When You're Pretty And The World Is Fair - Decca Chorus and Orchestra (2) 23477-B Decca Chorus and Orchestra under Direction of Jay Blackton - When You're Pretty And The World Is Fair
(Victor Herbert - Henry Blossom) from: Stone - Stromberg, Jr production "The Red Mill"
73139 -

Decca 23478-A Every Day Is Ladies' Day With Me - Wilbur Evans with Male Chorus and Orchestra (3) 23478-A Wilbur Evans with Male Chorus and Orchestra - Every Day Is Ladies' Day With Me
(Victor Herbert - Henry Blossom) from: Stone - Stromberg, Jr production "The Red Mill"
73141 - November 16, 1945 - 3:13 -
Decca 23478-B The Streets Of New York - Eileen Farrell Wilbur Evans with Male Chorus and Orchestra - The Streets Of New York
(Victor Herbert - Henry Blossom) from: Stone - Stromberg, Jr production "The Red Mill"
73140 - November 16, 1945 - 3:08 -

Decca 23479-A Because You're You - Eileen Farrell and Felix Knight (5) 23479-A Eileen Farrell and Felix Knight - Because You're You
(Victor Herbert - Henry Blossom) from: Stone - Stromberg, Jr production "The Red Mill"
73154 -
Decca 23479-B In The Isle Of Our Dreams - Eileen Farrell and Felix Knight (6) 23479-B Eileen Farrell and Felix Knight - In The Isle Of Our Dreams
(Victor Herbert - Henry Blossom) from: Stone - Stromberg, Jr production "The Red Mill"

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Decca A-421 A-421 Phil Baker - Phil Baker Accordion Solos with Rhythm Accompaniment

23500A Phil Baker - Strange Interlude
(Phil Baker(C) - (L) Ben Bernie, Walter Hirsch)
ASCAP: 490148506 - ISWC: T9145879329
71712=AA - New York, NY - January 27, 1944 -
23500B Phil Baker - Star Dust
(Hoagy Carmichael (C) - (L) Mitchell Parish)
ASCAP: 490135412 - ISWC: T0710704510
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23501A Phil Baker - Easy To Love
(Cole Porter)
ASCAP: 350005433 - ISWC: T0700491106
L-3407=A - Los Angeles, CA - May 2, 1944 -
23501B Phil Baker - What Is This Thing Called Love
(Cole Porter)
ASCAP: 530040956 - ISWC: T0701985661
71771 - New York, NY - February 14, 1944 -
23502A Phil Baker - My Melancholy Baby
(Ernie Burnett - George A. Norton - Maybelle E. Watson)
ASCAP: 130064198 - ISWC: Not Assigned
71711 - New York, NY - January 27, 1944 -
23502B Phil Baker - They Didn't Believe Me
(Jerome Kern - Herbert Reynolds)
ASCAP: 200088057 - ISWC: T9102482495
71713 - New York, NY - January 27, 1944 -
23503A Phil Baker - Did You Mean It?
(Phil Baker (C) - (L) Sid Silvers - Abe Lyman)
ASCAP: 340034779 - ISWC: T0700389805
71772 - New York, NY - February 14, 1944 -
23503B Phil Baker - The Very Thought Of You
(Ray Noble)
ASCAP: 520010613 - ISWC: T0100128980
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Decca A-431 A-431 Burl Ives - Ballads and Folk Songs Volume II 4 record set




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Decca A-441 Carmen Cavallaro - Dancing in the Dark A-441 Carmen Cavallaro - Dancing in the Dark 5 records Vinyl 78 RPM set

18822 - You're mine, you
body and soul

18820 - if I had you
smoke gets in your eyes

18823 - night and day
alone together




Decca A-442 Jimmy Durante-The One And Only A-442 Jimmy Durante - The One And Only Jimmy Durante 1946 - 4 - 10" 78 record set

Inka Dinka Doo
Umbriago

Start Off Each Day With A Song
Durante - The Patron Of The Arts

Who Will Be With You When I'm Far Away
So I Ups To Him

Jimmy The Well Dressed Man
Joe Goes Up - I Come Down



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6 Blue Hawaii

7 Dancing Under The Stars
8 Palace In Paradise



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Decca A-476 The Mills Borthers - Famous Barber Shop Ballards A-476 The Mills Borthers - Famous Barber Shop Ballards 5 - 10" record set - 1946

You Tell Me Your Dream
Sweet Adeline

My Gal Sal
Just A Dream Of You Dear

Meet Me Tonight In Dreamland
Can You Hear Me Callin' Caroline

Moonlight Bay
On The Banks Of The Wabash

Way Down Home
When You Were Sweet Sixteen



Decca A-477 Ink Spots - Ink Spots A-477 Ink Spots - Ink Spots 1946 4 record set

23632-A If I Didn't Care
(Jack Lawrence)
64891=A - Also Decca 2286-A - New York, NY - January 12, 1939 - 3:02



Decca A-478 NAME A-478 Les Paul and His Trio - Hawaiian Paradise 4 records Χ Vinyl, 78 RPM - 1949

Hawaiian Paradise
My Isle Of Golden Dreams

Song Of The Islands (NA-Lei O Hawaii)
Sweet Leilani

King's Serenade (Imi Au La Oe)
To You, Sweetheart, Aloha

Aloha Oe (Farewell To Thee)
Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight



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Decca A-508 Phil Regan - My Wild Irish Rose A-508* Phil Regan - My Wild Irish Rose 3 record set




Decca A-509 NAME A-509 Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians - Waltzes Played By Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians 4 record set (23761/23764)

Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi vocal: Jimmy Brown
(F. Dudleigh Vernor - Byron D. Stokes)
72366 - W72366T12A - Decca 23761-A - September 8, 1944 - 2:17 -
Carolina Moon vocal: Jimmy Brown
(Joe Burke - Benny Davis)
71852 - Decca 23761-B - March 10, 1944 - 2:52 -

Merry Widow
(Franz Lιhar)
72145 - Decca 23762-A - May 19, 1944 - 2:58 -
Russian Lullaby vocal: Jimmy Brown
(Irving Berlin)
72365 - Decca 23762-B - September 8, 1944 - 2:37 -

When I Grow Too Old To Dreamvocal: Tony Craig (Romberg - Hammerstein II) - 7 2043 - Decca 23763-A - April 28, 1944 -
Charmaine vocal: Jimmy Brown
(Rapee - Pollack)
71855 - Decca 23763-B - March 10, 1944 -
Shadow Waltz vocal: Tony Craig
(Harry Warren - Al Dubin)
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Beautiful Love
(VictorYoung - Wayne King - Van Alstyne - H. Gillespie)
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Decca A-512 Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Twin Piano A-512* Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians - Twin Piano

Tales from The Vienna Woods
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Just One Of Those Things
(Cole Porter)
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Who?
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Irish Washerwoman
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Swanee River
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Barcarolle
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(Ralph Rainger (C) - (L) Leo Robin) from: "The Texans"
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Decca A-521 NAME A-521 Sterling Holloway - Uncle Remus Stories 3 record set - 1947 - Reissue of A-282 (1941)

A-521-1 23806-A The Wonderful Tar Baby part I
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(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
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A-521-3 23807-A Br'er Rabbit Is A Fisherman part I
(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
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(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
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(Joel Chandler Harris - adapted by Edith and Tom McKnight)
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Decca A-536 A-536* Assorted - Our Common Heritage Great Poems Celebrating Milestones in the History of America 1947

Read by Bing Crosby, Brian Donlevy, Walter Huston, Fredric March, Agnes Moorehead, and Pat O'Brien
Columbus
Landing of the Pilgrams
Paul Revere's Ride
Warren's Address to the American Soldiers
Concord Hymn
America
The American Flag
Hail Columbia Old Ironsides
The Star-Spangled Banner
Barbara Frietchie
Sheridan's Ride
Nancy Hanks Lincoln
The Man of the People
O Captain! My Captain!
Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight



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A-537-1 Stars And Stripes Forever
(John Philip Sousa)
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Fairest of The Fair
Jack Tar

Sabre and Spurs
U. S. Field Artillery

Invincible Eagle
Nobles of The Mystis Shrine

Picador
Free Lance



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Decca A-558 Decca Military Band - The Wizard of Oz A-558* Judy Garland with Victor Young and His Orchestra and The Kim Darby Singers - The Wizard of Oz1947




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1) Georgia Cake Walk
Liberty In Drag - Art Hodes

2) Get Happy
Indiana - Art Hodes

3) The Blues Jumped a Rabbit
He's The Different Type of Guy - Jimmie Noone

4) 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans
Sweet Georgia Brown - Jimmie Noone

5) Origiunal Dixieland One Step
I'm All Round Bound With The Mason Dixon Line - Jimmy McPartland

6) Eccentric
Panama - Jimmy McPartland



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Decca A-594 The Ink Spots, Vol 2 A-594 Ink Spots - Ink Spots, Vol 2 4 record set - 1947

We'll Meet Again
My Greatest Mistake
I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)
(Fred E. Ahlert - Roy Turk)
71610=A - 18579-A - 25238 - December 22, 1943 - 2:53 //
Just For A Thrill
I'd Climb The Highest Mountain (If I Knew I'd Find You)
I'm Getting Sentimential Over You
Coquette
When The Swallow Come Back To Capistrano



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DeccaA-596 596 Andres Segovia - Classical Guitar Solos/i> 1947

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Tumbling Tumbleweeds
The Singing Hills

Empty Saddles
A Roundup Lullaby

Twilight on the Trail
We'll Rest at the End of the Trail

Clementine
The Old Oaken Bucket



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Decca A-724 Gregory Peck - <b><i>Lullaby Of Christmas A-724* Gregory Peck - Lullaby Of Christmas 1949 3 record set

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Decca A-1928 Basil Fomeen and His Orchestra - Songs of Our Times: Songs hits of 1928 A-1928 Basil Fomeen and His Orchestra - Songs of Our Times: Songs hits of 19284 record set

A-1928-1 1.Sonny Boy(Jolson - DeSylva - Henderson - Brown)
2.Angela Mia(Rapee - Pollack)
3.Where The Shy Little Violets Grow(Kaln - Warren) - 70827 - Decca 24044A - June 5, 1942 -
A-1928-2 1.Carlina Moon(Davis - Burke)
2.Jeannine(Shilkret - Gilbert)
3.Chiquita(Wayne/Gilbert) - 70823 - Decca 24044B - June 5, 1942 -

A-1928-3 1.Let's Do It(Cole Porter)
2.Sweethearts On Parade(Lombardo - Newman)
3.You Too Advantage Of Me(Rodgers/Hart) - 70963 - Decca 24045A - June 30, 1942 -
A-1928-4 1.Lover Come Back To Me(Romberg - Hammerstein II)
2.Button Up Your Overcoat(DeSylva - Brown - Henderson)
3.You’re The Cream In My Coffee(DeSylva - Henderson - Brown) - 70962 - Decca 24045B - June 30, 1942 -

A-1928-5 1.Laugh! Clown! Laugh!(Rito - Lewis - Young)
2.I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby(McHugh - Fields)
3.I Ain't Got Nobody(Williams - Graham) - 70965 - Decca 24046A - June 30, 1942 -
A-1928-6 1.Diga Diga Doo(McHugh - Fields)
2.Nagasaki(Dixon - Harry Warren)
3.I Faw Down An’ Go Boom(Brockman - Stevens - B.B.B.) - 70966 - Decca 24046B - June 30, 1942 -

A-1928-7 1.Honey (Will Harris - Victor Young)
2. Sweet Sue, Just You(Simons - Gillespie - Whiting)
3.That's My Weakness Now(Green - Stept) - 70961 - Decca 24047A - June 30, 1942 -
A-1928-8 1.Back In Your Own Back Yard(Al Jolson - Rose - Dreyer)
2.I’ll Get By(Ahlert - Turk)
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Decca A-1931 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - Songs of Our Times: Songs hits of 1931 A-1931* Ray Benson and His Orchestra - Songs of Our Times: Songs hits of 1931 4 record set

A-1931-1 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - By The River Sainte Marie
(Harry Warren - Edgar Leslie)
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A-1931-2 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - The Peanut Vendor
(Marion Sunshine - L. Wolfe Gilbert - Rodriguez Moises Simons)
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A-1931-3 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - Dancing In The Dark
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A-1931-4 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - Where The Blue Of The Night
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A-1931-5 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - My Silent Love
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A-1931-6 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - You're My Everthing
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A-1931-7 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - The Night Was Made For Love
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A-1931-8 Ray Benson and His Orchestra - Life Is Just A Bowl Of Cherries
(Lew Brown - Ray Henderson)
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24082A Remember Me; Serenade In The Night; Sweet Leilani
(1) Harry Warren - Al Dubin; 2) C. A. Bixio - B. Cherubini - J. Kennedy ; 3) Harry Owens)
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24083A A Sailboat In The Moonlight; I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm; Vieni, Vieni
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Decca DA-357 John Nesbitt - The Story of the Juggler of Our Lady DA-357 John Nesbitt - The Story of the Juggler of Our Lady




Decca DA-379 Charles Laughton - Mr. Pickwick's Christmas DA-379 Charles Laughton - Mr. Pickwick's Christmas




Decca DA-386 Herbert Marshall - The Snow Goose DA-386 Herbert Marshall - The Snow Goose




Decca DA-401 Charles Laughton - Moby Dick DA-401 Charles Laughton - Moby Dick




Decca DA-402 Ronald Colman - Lost Horizon DA-402 Ronald Colman - Lost Horizon ©1946 Music by Victor Young




Decca DA-420 Bing Crosby and Orson Welles - The Happy Prince DA-432 Bing Crosby and Orson Welles - The Happy Prince ©1946 Musical score by Bernard Herrmann




Decca DA-432 Walter Huston - Rip Van Winkle DA-432 Walter Huston - Rip Van Winkle Music by Wilbur Hatch




Decca DA-450 Ingrid Bergman - The Pied Piper of Hamelin DA-450 Ingrid Bergman - The Pied Piper of Hamelin Music by Victor Young




Decca DA-475 Ronald Colman - Lost Horizon DA-475 Ronald Colman - Tales of the Olympian Gods




Decca DA-479 Sydney Greenstreet - The Cask of Amontillado DA-479 Sydney Greenstreet - The Cask of Amontillado Music by Victor Young




Decca CU-111 Robert Dwan - Why Do I Have to Go to Sleep? CU-111 Robert Dwan - Why Do I Have to Go to Sleep? ©1948 Music by George Duning







Decca CU-112 Robinson MacLean - What Are Stars? CU-112 Robinson MacLean - What Are Stars? Music by George Duning




Decca CU-111 Robert Dwan - Why Do I Have to Go to Sleep? CU-111 Robert Dwan - Why Do I Have to Go to Sleep? ©1948 Music by George Duning










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Joe's private collection
Noted contributor - Like You




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