Decca DL7-9245 (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 70993 A 7/2/1942 Lonely boy blues / Jay McShann Orchestra
Decca 71452 [A] 10/19/1943 Sweet slumber / Lucky Millinder Orchestra
Decca 72404 A 10/4/1944 Lover man (oh, where can you be?) / Billie Holiday
Decca 72406 [A] 10/4/1944 That's the stuff you gotta watch / Buddy Johnson Orchestra
Decca 72409 A 10/4/1944 Fine brown frame / Buddy Johnson Orchestra
Decca 72709 A 1/19/1945 Buzz me / Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five
Decca 73105 [A] 11/7/1945 Since I fell for you / Buddy Johnson Orchestra
Decca 73820 A 3/19/1947 Oh, lady be good / Ella Fitzgerald
Decca 73885 1A 4/23/1947 Early in the mornin'-1 / Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five
Decca 74154 [A] 11/24/1947 Up above my head I hear music in the air / Mary (Marie) Knight ; Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Decca 75753 [A] 1/25/1950 I wish I knew / Lionel Hampton Orchestra
Decca 76363 [A] 5/17/1950 Besame mucho / The Ray-O-Vacs
Decca 102315 [A] 4/19/1957 The ladder of love / The Flamingos
Decca 121547 [A] 4/28/1969 I can't give you anything but love / Louis Armstrong

Primary Performers:

Jay McShann Orchestra (Musical group)
Lucky Millinder Orchestra (Musical group)
Billie Holiday (vocalist)
Buddy Johnson Orchestra (Musical group)
Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five (Musical group)
Ella Fitzgerald (vocalist)
Sister Rosetta Tharpe (vocalist)
Marie Knight (vocalist)
Lionel Hampton Orchestra (Musical group)
The Ray-O-Vacs (Musical group)
The Flamingos (Vocal group)
Louis Armstrong (vocalist)


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