Decca 24633 (10-in. double-faced)

The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca 73884 1A 4/23/1947 Every man to his own profession / Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five
Decca 74834 [A] 4/12/1949 Cole slaw / Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five

Primary Performers:

Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five (Musical group)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Decca 24633 (10-in. double-faced)," accessed October 21, 2021, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/319740/Decca_24633.

Decca 24633 (10-in. double-faced). (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 21, 2021, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/319740/Decca_24633.

"Decca 24633 (10-in. double-faced)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2021. Web. 21 October 2021.

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Coupling 1

007  s ǂb d ǂd d ǂe m ǂf s ǂg d ǂh n ǂi n ǂj m ǂk s ǂl l ǂm n ǂn a
0280024633 ǂb Decca
0281073884 ǂb Decca
0281074834 ǂb Decca
24500Every man to his own profession ; ǂb Cole slaw / ǂc [composer not identified].
264 1[United States] : ǂb Decca, ǂc [1949]
300  1 audio disc : ǂb analog, 78 rpm ; ǂc 10 in.

337  audio ǂ2 rdamedia
338  audio disc ǂ2 rdacarrier
340  shellac ǂ2 rda
344  analog ǂc 78 rpm ǂd coarse groove ǂg mono ǂ2 rda
500  Decca: 24633 (73884 (matrix), 74834 (matrix)).
500  Data derived from the Discography of American Historical Recordings.
5103 Discography of American Historical Recordings ǂu http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/objects/detail/319740
500  Title from disc label.
5110 Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five.
7001 Bartley, Dallas, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Calypso (Rhythm) Boys, The, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Columbus, Chris, ǂd 1902-2002, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Davis, Wild Bill, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Doggett, Bill, ǂd 1916-1996, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Hadnott, Billy, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Hogan, Carl, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Izenhall, Aaron, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Jackson, Ham, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Jackson, Josh, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Johnson, Eddie, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Jordan, Louis, ǂd 1908-1975, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Jordan, Louis, ǂd 1908-1975, ǂe singer.
7001 Mitchell, Bob, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Mitchell, Harold "Hal", ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Morris, Joe, ǂe instrumentalist.
7102 Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, ǂe instrumentalist.
74002Cole slaw.

Reverse coupling

007  s ǂb d ǂd d ǂe m ǂf s ǂg d ǂh n ǂi n ǂj m ǂk s ǂl l ǂm n ǂn a
0280024633 ǂb Decca
0281074834 ǂb Decca
0281073884 ǂb Decca
24500Cole slaw ; ǂb Every man to his own profession / ǂc [composer not identified].
264 1[United States] : ǂb Decca, ǂc [1949]
300  1 audio disc : ǂb analog, 78 rpm ; ǂc 10 in.

337  audio ǂ2 rdamedia
338  audio disc ǂ2 rdacarrier
340  shellac ǂ2 rda
344  analog ǂc 78 rpm ǂd coarse groove ǂg mono ǂ2 rda
500  Decca: 24633 (74834 (matrix), 73884 (matrix)).
500  Data derived from the Discography of American Historical Recordings.
5103 Discography of American Historical Recordings ǂu http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/objects/detail/319740
500  Title from disc label.
5110 Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five.
7001 Bartley, Dallas, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Calypso (Rhythm) Boys, The, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Columbus, Chris, ǂd 1902-2002, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Davis, Wild Bill, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Doggett, Bill, ǂd 1916-1996, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Hadnott, Billy, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Hogan, Carl, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Izenhall, Aaron, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Jackson, Ham, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Jackson, Josh, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Johnson, Eddie, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Jordan, Louis, ǂd 1908-1975, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Jordan, Louis, ǂd 1908-1975, ǂe singer.
7001 Mitchell, Bob, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Mitchell, Harold "Hal", ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Morris, Joe, ǂe instrumentalist.
7102 Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five, ǂe instrumentalist.
74002Every man to his own profession.