Decca DL7-9230 (12-in. 33-1/3-rpm long-playing (stereo))

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca 62645 A 10/5/1937 Rosetta blues / Rosetta Howard
Decca 63867 A 5/26/1938 Trixie blues / Trixie Smith
Decca 63868 A 5/26/1938 My Daddy rocks me / Trixie Smith
Decca 64970 A 2/1/1939 I'm tired of fattenin' frogs for snakes / Rosetta Crawford
Decca 65436 A 4/20/1939 Georgia grind / Blue Lu Barker
Decca 65812 A 6/14/1939 Men are like street cars / Rosetta Howard
Decca 67486 A 4/4/1940 Jaybird blues / Peetie Wheatstraw
Decca 67488 A 4/4/1940 Pocket knife blues / Peetie Wheatstraw
Decca 67491 A 4/4/1940 I'm cuttin' out / Johnnie Temple
Decca 67563 A 4/18/1940 Jazzin' babies blues / Georgia White
Decca 68137 A 9/23/1940 My pony / Johnnie Temple
Decca 68394 A 11/26/1940 Doggin' the dog / Joe Turner
Decca 68607 A 1/21/1941 Last goodbye blues / Art Tatum and his Band
Decca 74009 [A] 7/16/1947 Box car shorty / Cousin Joe
Decca 74145 [A] 11/19/1947 Box car shorty's confession / Cousin Joe

Primary Performers:

Art Tatum and his Band (Musical group)
Cousin Joe (vocalist)
Rosetta Howard (vocalist)
Trixie Smith (vocalist)
Rosetta Crawford (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Blue Lu Barker (vocalist)
Peetie Wheatstraw (vocalist)
Johnnie Temple (vocalist)
Georgia White (vocalist)
Joe Turner (vocalist)


Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Decca DL7-9230 (12-in. 33-1/3-rpm long-playing (stereo))," accessed September 21, 2019,

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"Decca DL7-9230 (12-in. 33-1/3-rpm long-playing (stereo))." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 21 September 2019.


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