Recordings made Wednesday, April 17, 1940

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
Decca6756110-in.4/17/1940Rock Island flag stopGlen Gray Orchestra  
Decca6756210-in.4/17/1940When Buddha smilesGlen Gray Orchestra  
Decca6756510-in.4/17/1940Let me ride your trainFrankie Half Pint Jaxon  
Decca6756610-in.4/17/1940Be your natural selfFrankie Half Pint Jaxon  
Decca6756710-in.4/17/1940Turn overFrankie Half Pint Jaxon  
Decca6756810-in.4/17/1940Take off them hipsFrankie Half Pint Jaxon  
Decca6756910-in.4/17/1940Gimme a pig's foot and a bottle of beerFrankie Half Pint Jaxon  
Decca6757010-in.4/17/1940You can't tellFrankie Half Pint Jaxon  
Decca6757110-in.4/17/1940My little girlLee Brown  
Decca6757210-in.4/17/1940Lucille bluesLee Brown  
Decca6757310-in.4/17/1940Mississippi water bluesLee Brown  
Decca6757410-in.4/17/1940Little leg womanLee Brown  
VictorMBS-04518210-in.before 4/17/1940La tartamudaOrquesta Antonio Escobar ; Margarita RomeroFemale vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble 
VictorBS-04879310-in.4/17/1940It's a lovely day tomorrowWalter Gross ; Bea WainFemale vocal solo, with jazz/dance band 
VictorBS-04879510-in.4/17/1940I'm nobody's babyWalter Gross ; Bea WainFemale vocal solo, with jazz/dance band 
VictorBS-04879610-in.4/17/1940Buds won't budWalter Gross ; Bea WainFemale vocal solo, with jazz/dance band 
VictorBS-04879410-in.4/17/1940It's somebody else (That you love)Walter Gross ; Bea WainFemale vocal solo, with orchestra 
VictorBS-05010410-in.4/17/1940'Way down in Texas (Where the blue bonnets grew)Texas Jim RobertsonMale vocal solo, with violin and guitar 
VictorBS-05010510-in.4/17/1940Windy BenTexas Jim RobertsonMale vocal solo, with violin and guitar 
VictorBS-05010610-in.4/17/1940Purple night on the prairieTexas Jim RobertsonMale vocal solo, with violin and guitar 
VictorBS-05010710-in.4/17/1940My pony's hair turned grey (When my darling ran away)Texas Jim RobertsonMale vocal solo, with violin and guitar 

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Recordings made on Wednesday, April 17, 1940," accessed August 8, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1940-04-17.

Recordings made on Wednesday, April 17, 1940. (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved August 8, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/date/browse?date=1940-04-17.

Recordings made on Wednesday, April 17, 1940." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 8 August 2020.

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