Decca DL-4009 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca L 7986 [A] 11/15/1954 Theme from The Medic-1 / Victor Young and his Singing Strings
Decca NA 10471 [A] 11/7/1958 My heart is an open book / Carl Dobkins, Jr.
Decca 76528 A 6/26/1950 La vie en rose / Louis Armstrong
Decca 80104 [A] 10/27/1950 It is no secret / Bill Kenny ; The Song Spinners
Decca 80605 [A] 2/26/1951 The hot canary / Florian Zabach
Decca 84553 [A] 5/19/1953 The most beautiful girl in the world / Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
Decca 88334 [A] 7/7/1955 Love is a many splendored thing / Four Aces
Decca 88571 [A] 8/30/1955 It's almost tomorrow / The Dream Weavers
Decca 89577 [A] 3/21/1956 I could have danced all night / Sylvia Syms
Decca 89682 [A] 3/30/1956 To love again / Carmen Cavallaro
Decca 100723 3/6/2018 10/8/1956 Rock-a-bye your baby with a Dixie melody / Jerry Lewis
Decca 104558 [A] 3/14/1958 Padre / Toni Arden

Primary Performers:

Victor Young and his Singing Strings (Musical group)
Louis Armstrong (vocalist)
Bill Kenny (vocalist)
The Song Spinners (Vocal group)
Florian Zabach (instrumentalist : violin)
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (Musical group)
Four Aces [1950s-1960s vocal quartet] (Vocal group)
The Dream Weavers (Vocal group)
Sylvia Syms (vocalist)
Carmen Cavallaro (instrumentalist : piano)
Jerry Lewis (vocalist)
Carl Dobkins, Jr. (vocalist)
Toni Arden (vocalist)


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