Decca matrix 84802. I'll be seeing you / Artie Shaw Orchestra
|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: Billy Butterfield, Andy Ferretti, Dale McMickle, Bart Wallace (trumpet), Bob Alexander, Will Bradley, Jack Satterfield, Kai Winding (trombone), John Barrows, James Buffington (French horn), Artie Shaw (clarinet), Hymie Schertzer, Milt Yaner (alto saxophone), Al Klink, Romeo Penque (tenor saxophone), Manny Thaler (baritone saxophone), Bernie Leighton (piano), Barry Galbraith (guitar), Trigger Alpert (bass), Don Lamond (drums), Sylvan Shulman, Jack Zayde, Tosha Samaroff, Manny Green, Sam Rand, Max Hollander, Harry Melnikoff, Harry Urbont, Felix Orlewitz, Stan Kraft, Bernie Robbins (violin), Harold Coletta, Julie Brand, Harold Furmansky, Sid Brecker (viola), Lucien Schmidt, Alan Shulman (cello).|
|Ruppli session note: All titles also issued on Decca DL-5524, DL-8309. All titles, except 84800, also issued on Coral CB-20035.|
|Take Date and Place||Take||Status||Label Name/Number||Format||Note Hide Additional Titles|
|7/2/1953 New York, New York||A||Master||Decca ED-2380||45-rpm|
|7/2/1953 New York, New York||A||Master||Decca [9-]91040||45-rpm|
|7/2/1953 New York, New York||A||Master||Decca DL-5524||LP|
|7/2/1953 New York, New York||A||Master||Decca DL-8309||LP|
|7/2/1953 New York, New York||A||Master||Coral CB-20035||LP|
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