Recordings made Wednesday, July 15, 1942

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
Decca7106410-in.7/15/1942By the river Sainte Marie ; Out of nowhere ; River stay 'way from my doorRay Benson Orchestra  
Decca7106510-in.7/15/1942Dancing in the dark ; Goodnight, sweetheart ; All of meRay Benson Orchestra  
Decca7106610-in.7/15/1942You're my everything ; I love Louisa ; I love a paradeRay Benson Orchestra  
Decca7106710-in.7/15/1942My silent love ; I found a million dollar baby ; When the moon comes over the mountainRay Benson Orchestra  
Decca7106810-in.7/15/1942The night was made for love ; Sweet and lovely ; She didn't say yesRay Benson Orchestra  
Decca7106910-in.7/15/1942Life is just a bowl of cherries ; My song ; That's why darkies were bornRay Benson Orchestra  
Decca7107010-in.7/15/1942Where the blue of the night meets the gold of the day ; Cuban love song ; Someday I'll find youRay Benson Orchestra  
Decca7107110-in.7/15/1942The peanut vendor ; Mama Inez ; When Yuba plays the rumba on the tubaRay Benson Orchestra  
Decca710727/15/1942No loores masAlberto Rosario Conjunto  
Decca7107310-in.7/15/1942Me las pagaresAlberto Rosario Conjunto  
Decca710747/15/1942Por que me enganasteAlberto Rosario Conjunto  
Decca7107510-in.7/15/1942TangalatinAlberto Rosario Conjunto  
Decca7107610-in.7/15/1942The first Nowell ; O little town of Bethlehem ; Carol of the bellsFred Waring and the Pennsylvanians  
Decca7107710-in.7/15/1942Cantique de Noel (O Holy night)Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians  
Decca7107810-in.7/15/1942Oh, gathering cloudsFred Waring and the Pennsylvanians  
Decca7108510-in.7/15/1942Can't get out of this moodJohnny Long Orchestra  
Decca7108610-in.7/15/1942ConstantlyJohnny Long Orchestra  
Decca7108710-in.7/15/1942Moonlight becomes youJohnny Long Orchestra  
Decca7109210-in.7/15/1942Soft heartedJohnny Long Orchestra  
DeccaL 684410-in.7/15/1942Love himBenny Fields  
DeccaL 684610-in.7/15/1942Dixie dreamsBenny Fields  
VictorBS-07474210-in.7/15/1942Juke box Saturday nightTex Beneke ; Glenn Miller Orchestra ; Marion Hutton ; ModernairesFemale-male vocal duet with male vocal quartet and jazz/dance band 
ColumbiaH84310-in.7/15/1942You're from TexasBob Wills and his Texas PlayboysString band, with male vocal solo 
ColumbiaH84410-in.7/15/1942Goodbye, Liza JaneBob Wills and his Texas PlayboysString band, with male vocal trio 
ColumbiaH84110-in.7/15/1942Honeymoon trailBob Wills and his Texas PlayboysString band, with male vocal trio 


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