Decca matrix 70811. Sorghum switch (Cole slaw Cor. 60063, 9-60063, CRL-56008) / Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra

  • Master Size: 10-in.
Notes
Ruppli session personnel note: Paul McCoy, Nate Kazebier, Bill Oblak, Shorty Solomon (trumpet), Al Jorden, Sonny Lee, Andy Russo, Phil Washburn (trombone), Jirnmy Dorsey (clarinet, alto saxophone), Milt Yaner, Frank Langone (alto saxophone), Babe Russin (tenor saxophone), Charles Frazier (tenor saxophone, flute), Chuck Gentry (baritone saxophone), Johnny Guarnieri (piano), Allan Reuss (guitar), Jack Ryan (bass), Buddy Schutz (drums), Helen O'Connell, Bob Eberly (vocals).
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
6/2/1942 New York, New York A Master Decca 18372 10-in.
6/2/1942 New York, New York A Master Coral 60063 10-in.
6/2/1942 New York, New York A Master Brunswick (U.K.) 03403 10-in.
6/2/1942 New York, New York A Master Coral 9-60063 45-rpm
6/2/1942 New York, New York A Master Coral CRL-56008 LP
6/2/1942 New York, New York A Master MCA-GRP 1626-2 Compact disc

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Decca matrix 70811. Sorghum switch (Cole slaw Cor. 60063, 9-60063, CRL-56008) / Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra," accessed November 30, 2021, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000298924/70811-Sorghum_switch_Cole_slaw_Cor._60063_9-60063_CRL-56008.

Decca matrix 70811. Sorghum switch (Cole slaw Cor. 60063, 9-60063, CRL-56008) / Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra. (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved November 30, 2021, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/matrix/detail/2000298924/70811-Sorghum_switch_Cole_slaw_Cor._60063_9-60063_CRL-56008.

"Decca matrix 70811. Sorghum switch (Cole slaw Cor. 60063, 9-60063, CRL-56008) / Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2021. Web. 30 November 2021.

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