Decca DL7-4485 (12-in. long-playing (stereo))

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca L 6885 [A] 9/17/1952 Clementine / The Weavers
Decca L 9386 [A] 7/6/1956 Talkin' dust blues / Sam Hinton
Decca L 10765 [A] 2/4/1958 Hey Lilee / The Gateway Singers
Decca NA 11076 [A] 4/1/1960 Erie Canal / Tompall Glaser
Decca NA 11807 [A] 11/10/1961 Nine pound hammer / Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys
Decca NA 11897 [A] 2/8/1962 Barbara Allen / The Wilburn Brothers
Decca NA 12614 [A] 8/21/1963 Take this hammer / Osborne Brothers
Decca 73466 A 3/26/1946 Sometime / Josh White
Decca 103508 [A] 10/14/1957 I'm never to marry / Bob Gibson
Decca 111848 [A] 2/21/1962 Raise a ruckus tonight / Oscar Brand
Decca 111887 [A] 3/8/1962 Deep blue sea / Ivy League Trio, The
Decca 114133 [A] 10/25/1963 Pastures of plenty / The Tarriers

Primary Performers:

The Weavers (Vocal group)
Sam Hinton (vocalist)
The Gateway Singers (Vocal group)
Josh White (vocalist)
Tompall Glaser (vocalist)
Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys (Musical group)
The Wilburn Brothers (Musical group)
Osborne Brothers (Vocal group)
Bob (Bobby) Gibson (vocalist)
Oscar Brand (vocalist)
Ivy League Trio, The (Musical group)
The Tarriers (Vocal group)


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