Decca DL7-4522 (12-in. long-playing (stereo)). (Album DXSB7-182)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca TNY 911 [A] 1/23/1941 Please take a letter, Miss Brown / Ink Spots
Decca 67718 A 5/13/1940 When the swallows come back to Capistrano / Ink Spots
Decca 67863 A 6/11/1940 Maybe / Ink Spots
Decca 67931 A 7/16/1940 Java jive / Ink Spots
Decca 67968 A 8/8/1940 I'll never smile again / Ink Spots
Decca 68656 A 2/4/1941 We'll meet again / Ink Spots
Decca 69566 B 7/25/1941 Until the real thing comes along / Ink Spots
Decca 73387 [A] 2/19/1946 The gypsy / Ink Spots
Decca 73453 [A] 3/18/1946 I cover the waterfront / Ink Spots
Decca 74697 [A] 1/19/1949 No orchids for my lady / Ink Spots
Decca 76908 [A] 9/27/1950 Time out for tears / Ink Spots
Decca 80104 [A] 10/27/1950 It is no secret / Bill Kenny ; The Song Spinners

Primary Performers:

Bill Kenny (vocalist)
Ink Spots (Musical group)
The Song Spinners (Vocal group)


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