Recordings made Saturday, July 1, 1944

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CompanyMatrix NumberSizeFirst Take DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription
Decca7233310-in.7/1/1944Please think of me ; Pistol packin' Mama ; There's a star spangled banner waving somewhereBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7233410-in.7/1/1944Sleepy lagoon ; I don't want to walk without you ; Always in my heartBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7233510-in.7/1/1944Who wouldn't love you ; The white cliffs of Dover ; One dozen rosesBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7233610-in.7/1/1944Blues in the night ; This is worth fighting for ; Moonlight cocktailBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7233710-in.7/1/1944Brazil ; Comin' in on a wing and a prayer ; Pennsylvania polkaBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7233810-in.7/1/1944My devotion ; You made me love you ; Mister Five by fiveBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7233910-in.7/1/1944I left my heart at the stage door canteen ; Somebody else is taking my place ; Praise the Lord and pass the ammunitionBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7234010-in.7/1/1944You'd be so nice to come home to ; Paper doll ; People will say we're in loveBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7234110-in.7/1/1944Why don't you do right ; For me and my gal ; Don't get around much anymoreBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7234210-in.7/1/1944Sunday, Monday or always As time goes by ; Why don't you fall in love with meBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7234310-in.7/1/1944In my arms ; That old black magicBob Grant Orchestra  
Decca7234410-in.7/1/1944I heard you cried last night ; There are such things I had the craziest dreamBob Grant Orchestra  


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