Decca matrix L 7666. That's you, that's me, that's love / The Modernaires
|Documentation of Decca Records derives from Michel Ruppli's "The Decca labels: a discography" (Greenwood Press, 1996). Data has not been systematically reviewed or edited by ADP staff, except as indicated.|
|Ruppli session personnel note: Vocal group with Tex Beneke Orchestra: Conrad Gozzo, Shorty Sherock, Charlie Teagarden (trumpet), Lloyd Ulyate, Si Zentner (trombone), Wilbur Schwartz, John Rotella (clarinet, alto saxophone), Babe Russin, Eddie Miller (tenor saxophone), Tex Beneke (tenor saxophone, vocals), Arnold Ross (piano), Al Hendrickson (guitar), Morty Corb (bass), Jack Sperling (drums), George Cates (arranger, conductor).|
|Take Date and Place||Take||Status||Label Name/Number||Format||Note Hide Additional Titles|
|5/7/1954 Los Angeles, California||A||Master||Coral 9-61199||45-rpm|
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