Thomas (Tom) Washington

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1969 - 1970

Roles Represented in DAHR: arranger, leader


Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Decca 121852 7/10/1969 Do it the right way Jackie Wilson arranger  
Decca 121853 7/10/1969 Why don't you do your thing Jackie Wilson arranger  
Decca 121854 7/10/1969 Helpless Jackie Wilson arranger  
Decca 121855 7/10/1969 That's the way I love you Jackie Wilson arranger  
Decca 122015 8/22/1969 It could've been me Erma Franklin arranger, leader  
Decca 122016 I just don't need you at all Erma Franklin arranger  
Decca 122331 1969 Oo wee baby, I love you Fred Hughes arranger  
Decca 122332 1969 People Fred Hughes arranger  
Decca 122333 1969 Georgia on my mind Fred Hughes arranger  
Decca 122334 1969 San Francisco is a lonely town Fred Hughes arranger  
Decca 122335 1969 The son of Hickory Hollow's tramp Fred Hughes arranger  
Decca 122336 Don't let this happens to us-1 Fred Hughes arranger  
Decca 122337 In my time of need-1 Fred Hughes arranger  
Decca 122338 1969 I understand-1 Fred Hughes arranger  
Decca 122360 January 1970 The spinning wheel Barbara Acklin arranger, leader  
Decca 122361 January 1970 More Barbara Acklin arranger, leader  
Decca 122362 January 1970 Quiet nights of quiet stars Barbara Acklin arranger, leader  
Decca 122363 January 1970 More today than yeaterday Barbara Acklin arranger, leader  
Decca 122517 2/23/1970 The sly, the slick and the wicked Lost Generation, The arranger  
Decca 122518 2/23/1970 You're so young but you're so true Lost Generation, The arranger  


Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Washington, Thomas (Tom)," accessed January 27, 2021,

Washington, Thomas (Tom). (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved January 27, 2021, from

"Washington, Thomas (Tom)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2021. Web. 27 January 2021.

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