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:

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


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