Decca DL-4474 (12-in. long-playing (monaural)). (Album DXB-180)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca TNYS 877 [A] 7/25/1940 Wait 'till the sun shines, Nellie ; By the watermelon vine, Lindy Lou ; By the light of the silvery moon / Bartlesville Barflies
Decca 115081 [A] 7/28/1964 Bright was the night / The Oakie Four
Decca 115082 [A] 7/28/1964 Annie Laurie / The Flat Foot Four
Decca 115083 [A] 7/28/1964 Bye bye blues / The Chord Busters
Decca 115084 [A] 7/28/1964 Indiana (Back home again in Indiana) / The Elastic Four
Decca 115085 [A] 7/28/1964 Dust off that old Pianna! / The Four Harmonizers
Decca 115086 [A] 7/28/1964 You don't seem like the girl I used to know / The Harmony Halls
Decca 115087 [A] 7/28/1964 My little grass shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii / The Misfits
Decca 115088 [A] 7/28/1964 The gang that sang Heart of my heart / The Garden State Quartet
Decca 115089 [A] 7/28/1964 No one knows / The Doctors of Harmony
Decca 115090 [A] 7/28/1964 Give me a night in June / The Pittsburghers
Decca 115091 [A] 7/28/1964 Fingerprints / The Mid State Four
Decca 115092 [A] 7/28/1964 Goodbye, Old Dixie, goodbye / The Buffalo Bills

Primary Performers:

The Misfits (Vocal group)
The Garden State Quartet (Vocal group)
The Doctors of Harmony (Vocal group)
The Pittsburghers (Vocal group)
The Mid State Four (Vocal group)
The Buffalo Bills (Vocal group)
Bartlesville Barflies (Vocal group)
The Oakie Four (Vocal group)
The Flat Foot Four (Vocal group)
The Chord Busters (Vocal group)
The Elastic Four (Vocal group)
The Four Harmonizers (Vocal group)
The Harmony Halls (Vocal group)


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