Columbia matrix W151359. Take it from me / Louisiana Collegians [Ford Britten and his Blue Comets]

TitleSource
Take it from me (Primary title)Disc label (RDI)
Authors and ComposersNotes
Fred Hall (songwriter)
Arthur Fields (songwriter)
Composer information source: Disc label.
PersonnelNotes Hide Additional Titles
Louisiana Collegians [Ford Britten and his Blue Comets] (Musical group)Pseudonym on Velvet Tone 2332-V and Cl 5266-C for Ford Britten and his Blue Comets.
Ford Britten and his Blue Comets (Musical group)
Ford Britten (vocalist)
  • Description: Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo
  • Category: Instrumental with vocal refrain
  • Language: English
  • Master Size: 10-in.
Notes
Personnel shown for this master derive from Brooks/Rust. Johnson and Shirley note that while Fred Hall organized the session at which this master was recorded, "it is quite possible that there was such a musician as Ford Britten." Johnson and Shirley list the vocalist as Arthur Fields, performing under the pseudonym Ford Britten.
Source(s): Johnson and Shirley (issues); Rigler-Deutsch Index.
Take Date and PlaceTakeStatusLabel Name/NumberFormatNote Hide Additional Titles
2/27/1931 New York, New York 1 Master Velvet Tone 2332-V 10-in.
2/27/1931 New York, New York 1 Master Clarion 5266-C 10-in.
2/27/1931 New York, New York 2 Unknown

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Columbia matrix W151359. Take it from me / Louisiana Collegians [Ford Britten and his Blue Comets]," accessed November 19, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000040904/W151359-Take_it_from_me.

Columbia matrix W151359. Take it from me / Louisiana Collegians [Ford Britten and his Blue Comets]. (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved November 19, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000040904/W151359-Take_it_from_me.

"Columbia matrix W151359. Take it from me / Louisiana Collegians [Ford Britten and his Blue Comets]." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 19 November 2019.

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