Decca DL-5427 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca 82931 [A] 6/10/1952 Part 1: Our director (Harvard) ; Down the field (Yale) ; As the backs go tearing by (Dartmouth) ; Cannon song (Princeton) / Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band
Decca 82932 [A] 6/10/1952 Part 2: Washington and Lee swing ; Rambling wreck from Georgia Tech ; On, brave old Army team (West Point) ; Anchors aweigh (Annapolis) / Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band
Decca 82933 [A] 6/11/1952 Part 3: On, Wisconsin ; Go U Northwestern ; Notre Dame Victory march ; The Victors (Michigan) / Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band
Decca 82934 [A] 6/11/1952 Part 4: Illinois loyalty song (Univ. of Illinois) ; Iowa corn song (Univ. of Iowa) ; Hail Purdue ; Minnesota rouser (Univ. of Minnesota) / Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band
Decca 82935 [A] 6/11/1952 Part 7: Fight song ; (Michigan State) ; Indiana, our Indiana (Indiana University) ; Across the field (Ohio State) ; Fight for California (Univ. of California) / Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band
Decca 82982 [A] 6/23/1952 Part 5: Fight for L.S.U.! (Louisiana State Univ.) ; Yea Alabama! (Univ. of Alabama) ; Men of State (Mississippi State College) ; Roll on, Tulane / Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band
Decca 82983 [A] 6/23/1952 Part 6: Peruna (Southern Methodist Univ.) ; Aggie war hymn (Texas A & M) ; Horned frogs we are all for you (Texas Christian) ; The eyes of Texas are upon you (Univ. of Texas) / Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band
Decca 82984 [A] 6/23/1952 Part 8: Fight on (Univ. of (Southern California) ; De.28327, 9-28327 ; By the Old Pacific (UCLA) ; Come join the band (Leland Stanford) / Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band

Primary Performers:

Lawson-Haggart Jazz Band (Musical group)


Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Decca DL-5427 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))," accessed January 19, 2022,

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