Decca DL-4205 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca L 6637 A 2/13/1952 Flamingo / Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca L 6638 A 2/13/1952 Basin Street blues / Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca L 6761 A 5/9/1952 Too much mustard / Teresa Brewer ; Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca L 6762 A 5/9/1952 Into each life some rain must fall / Teresa Brewer ; Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca L 6798 A 6/2/1952 Few and far between / Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca L 7748 A 6/22/1954 Doodle-doo-doo / Les Brown and his Band of Renown ; Johnny Mercer
Decca L 7875 [A] 9/9/1954 The milkman's matinee / Les Brown and his Band of Renown ; The Modernaires
Decca L 7876 3 9/9/1954 Wake up the place / Les Brown and his Band of Renown ; The Modernaires
Decca L 8171 [A] 2/8/1955 Somebody else is taking my place / Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca L 8172 [A] 2/8/1955 Cherry / Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca L 8173 [A] 2/8/1955 Hong Kong blues / Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca 81210 A 6/25/1951 Sentimental journey / The Ames Brothers ; Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca 83096 A 7/18/1952 No moon at all / The Ames Brothers ; Les Brown and his Band of Renown
Decca 83097 A 7/18/1952 Do nothin' till you hear from me / The Ames Brothers ; Les Brown and his Band of Renown

Primary Performers:

Modernaires (Vocal group)
Johnny Mercer (vocalist)
Les Brown and his Band of Renown (Musical group)
Teresa Brewer (vocalist)
The Ames Brothers (Vocal group)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Decca DL-4205 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))," accessed November 29, 2020, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/351383/Decca_DL-4205_LP.

Decca DL-4205 (12-in. long-playing (monaural)). (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved November 29, 2020, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/351383/Decca_DL-4205_LP.

"Decca DL-4205 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 29 November 2020.

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