Recordings made Wednesday, July 17, 1935

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
Victor7998610-in.7/17/1935Adeus saudadeMário ReisMale vocal solo 
Victor7998710-in.7/17/1935Sonho de jardineiroMário ReisMale vocal solo 
VictorBAVE-8690010-in.7/17/1935De mis pagosEdgardo Donato MuchachosInstrumental ensemble 
VictorBAVE-8690110-in.7/17/1935¡Hola!... ¿Qué tal?Edgardo Donato Muchachos ; Horacio LagosInstrumental ensemble, with male vocal solo 
VictorBS-9134710-in.7/17/1935United States Navy bugle callsUnited States Naval Reserve BuglerBugle solo 
VictorBS-9134810-in.7/17/1935United States Navy bugle callsUnited States Naval Reserve BuglerBugle solo 
VictorCS-9272712-in.7/17/1935The Vallée medleyConnecticut Yankees ; Rudy ValléeJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
VictorLBS-9272810-in. long-playing program transcription7/17/1935That's why darkies were bornCecil Mack Choir ; Connecticut Yankees ; Ross MacLeanJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo and vocal ensemble 
VictorCS-9272912-in.7/17/1935The Vallée medleyConnecticut Yankees ; Kieserwetter Four ; Rudy ValléeJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo and vocal quartet 
VictorBS-9273010-in.7/17/1935Page Miss GloryConnecticut Yankees ; Rudy ValléeJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo 
VictorBS-9273110-in.7/17/1935Plain old meConnecticut Yankees ; Stewart Sisters ; Rudy ValléeJazz/dance band, with male vocal solo and female vocal trio 
Decca9016710-in.7/17/1935Whiskey head bluesPeetie Wheatstraw  
Decca9016810-in.7/17/1935Slave man bluesPeetie Wheatstraw  
Decca9016910-in.7/17/1935C and A trainPeetie Wheatstraw  
Decca9017010-in.7/17/1935Good hustler bluesPeetie Wheatstraw  
Decca9017110-in.7/17/1935Lost job bluesBuck McFarland  
Decca9017210-in.7/17/1935All I got is goneBuck McFarland  
Decca9017310-in.7/17/1935Cocktail man bluesPeetie Wheatstraw  
Decca9017410-in.7/17/1935King spider bluesPeetie Wheatstraw  
Decca9017510-in.7/17/1935Married woman bluesSleepy John Estes  
Decca9017610-in.7/17/1935Drop down MamaSleepy John Estes  
Decca9017710-in.7/17/1935S.O.S. blues (Distress blues)Alice Moore  
Decca9017810-in.7/17/1935Daddy calling MamaAlice Moore  
Decca9017910-in.7/17/1935Just sitting here wonderingAlice Moore  
Decca9018010-in.7/17/1935Death Valley bluesAlice Moore  
DeccaDLA 20710-in.7/17/1935My hula ladyRay Kinney  
DeccaDLA 20810-in.7/17/1935It's just an old Hawaiian customRay Kinney  
DeccaDLA 20910-in.7/17/1935Maile lau liiliiRay Kinney  
DeccaDLA 21010-in.7/17/1935PulupeRay Kinney  
DeccaCE 708310-in.7/17/1935Red pepperHarry Roy Orchestra  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Wednesday, July 17, 1935," accessed November 20, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1935-07-17.

Recordings made on Wednesday, July 17, 1935. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved November 20, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1935-07-17.

Recordings made on Wednesday, July 17, 1935." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 20 November 2019.

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