Decca matrix 65578. The shoemaker's holiday / Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra

The shoemaker's holiday (Primary title)Ruppli Decca
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Paul Whiteman Concert Orchestra (Musical group)
Sal Franzella (instrumentalist : clarinet)
Paul Whiteman (leader)
Harry Waller (instrumentalist : viola)
Jack Teagarden (instrumentalist : trombone)
Charlie Teagarden (instrumentalist : trumpet)
Harry Struble (instrumentalist : violin)
Frank Signorelli (instrumentalist : piano)
Art Ryerson (instrumentalist : guitar)
Tom Richley (instrumentalist : drums)
Mike Pingitore (instrumentalist : banjo)
Maximilian Pilzer (instrumentalist : violin)
Art Miller (instrumentalist : string bass)
Norman McPherson (instrumentalist : tuba)
Hal Matthews (instrumentalist : trombone)
Rollo Laylan (instrumentalist : drums)
Walter Hegner (instrumentalist : reeds)
Jose Guttierez (instrumentalist : trombone)
Emanuel (Manny) Green (instrumentalist : violin)
Harry Goldfield (instrumentalist : trumpet)
Frank Gallodoro (instrumentalist : reeds)
Al Gallodoro (instrumentalist : alto saxophone)
Sal Franzella (instrumentalist : alto saxophone)
The Four Modernaires (Vocal group)
George Ford (instrumentalist : flute)
Harold (Harry/Hal) Feldman (instrumentalist : reeds)
Al Duffy (instrumentalist : violin)
Art Drelinger (instrumentalist : tenor saxophone)
Kurt Dieterle (instrumentalist : violin)
Spooky Dickinson (vocalist)
Bob Cusumano (instrumentalist : trumpet)
Bill Conway (vocalist)
Murray Cohan (instrumentalist : organ)
Vincent Capone (instrumentalist : flute)
Herb Borodkin (instrumentalist : viola)
Abe Borokin (instrumentalist : cello)
Jack Bell (instrumentalist : flute)
Maurice Archer (instrumentalist : violin)
Jules Schachter (instrumentalist : violin)
  • Master Size: 10-in.
Ruppli session personnel note: Bob Cusumano, Charlie Teagarden, Harry Goldfield (trumpet), Jack Teagarden, Jose Guttierez, Hal Matthews (trombone), Sal Franzella (clarinet, alto saxophone), Al Gallodoro (alto saxophone), Art Drellinger (tenor saxophone), Frank Gallodoro, Walter Hegner, Harold Feldman (reeds), George Ford, Vincent Capone, Jack Bell (flute), Murray Cohan (organ), Frank Signorelli (piano), Mike Pingitore (banjo), Art Ryerson (guitar), Norman McPherson (tuba), Art Miller (bass), Rollo Laylan, Tom Richley (drums), Kurt Dieterle, Al Duffy, Jules Schachter, Maurice Archer, Emanuel Green, Max Pilzer, Harry Struble (violin), Harry Waller, Herb Borodkin (viola), Abe Borodkin (cello), Clark Dennis, The Four Modernaires (Chuck Goldstein, Spook Dickinson, Bill Conway, Ralph Brewster) (vocals), Paul Whiteman (director).
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.
Take Date and PlaceTakeStatusLabel Name/NumberFormatNote Hide Additional Titles
5/15/1939 New York, New York A Master Decca 2505 10-in.


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