Carmen Mastren

Carmen Mastren (born Carmine Nicholas Mastrandrea, October 6, 1913 – March 31, 1981) was an American jazz guitarist, banjoist, and violinist who was a member of the Tommy Dorsey orchestra from 1936 to 1941.

Birth and Death Data: Born October 6, 1913 (New York, New York), Died March 31, 1981 (Long Island)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1935 - 1954

Roles Represented in DAHR: guitar, arranger

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Recordings (Results 201-225 of 256 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Decca 68856 10-in. 3/21/1941 I know that you know Joe Marsala Orchestra instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 68857 10-in. 3/21/1941 Slow down Joe Marsala Orchestra instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69077 10-in. 4/29/1941 I dreamt I dwelt in Harlem Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69078 10-in. 4/29/1941 Because of you Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69079 10-in. 4/29/1941 Jelly, jelly Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69080 10-in. 4/29/1941 You might have belonged to another Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69561 10-in. 7/24/1941 You done lost your good thing now Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69562 10-in. 7/24/1941 Cheatin' on me Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69563 10-in. 7/24/1941 Foo-gee Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69564 10-in. 7/24/1941 You should live so long Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69859 10-in. 10/23/1941 Honey dear Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69860 10-in. 10/23/1941 I was a fool to let you go Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69861 10-in. 10/23/1941 Mama long and tall Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 69862 10-in. 10/23/1941 If money grew on trees Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 70156 10-in. 1/13/1942 The devil sat down and cried Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 70157 10-in. 1/13/1942 Crazy blues Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 70158 10-in. 1/13/1942 Lovin' man Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 70159 10-in. 1/13/1942 Boogie de concerto (Instrumental) Erskine Butterfield and his Blue Boys instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 70310 10-in. 2/12/1942 Sometimes Mildred Bailey instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 70311 10-in. 2/12/1942 Wherever you are Mildred Bailey instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 70312 10-in. 2/12/1942 I think of you Mildred Bailey instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 70313 10-in. 2/12/1942 More than you know Mildred Bailey instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 71001 10-in. 7/6/1942 Chimes blues Joe Marsala and his Chosen Seven instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 71002 10-in. 7/6/1942 Sweet Mama Joe Marsala and his Chosen Seven instrumentalist, guitar  
Decca 71003 10-in. 7/6/1942 Walkin' the dog Joe Marsala and his Chosen Seven instrumentalist, guitar  
(Results 201-225 of 256 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Mastren, Carmen," accessed April 25, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/107177.

Mastren, Carmen. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved April 25, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/107177.

"Mastren, Carmen." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 25 April 2024.

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URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/107177

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