Decca DEA 7-1 (33-1/3-rpm 10-in. double-faced)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca DLA 110 A 2/28/1935 Lullaby of Broadway / Winifred Shaw
Decca DLA 285 C 11/27/1935 Love me forever / Grace Moore
Decca DLA 445 A 7/18/1936 A star fell out of heaven / Tony Martin
Decca DLA 446 A 7/18/1936 When did you leave heaven? / Tony Martin
Decca DLA 463 A 7/24/1936 Pennies from heaven / Bing Crosby
Decca DLA 634 A 11/2/1936 Rainbow on the river / Bobby Breen
Decca DLA 635 A 11/11/1936 With plenty of money and you / Dick Powell
Decca DLA 964 A 9/23/1937 It's raining sunbeams / Deanna Durbin
Decca DLA 1273 A 4/22/1938 Love walked in / Kenny Baker
Decca DLA 1583 A 11/23/1938 Thanks for the memory / Bob Hope ; Shirley Ross
Decca DLA 1799 A 7/1/1939 I'm in the mood for love / Frances Langford
Decca DLA 1840 A 7/28/1939 Over the rainbow / Judy Garland
Decca DLA 2278 A 12/17/1940 The object of my affection / Pinky Tomlin
Decca DLA 2279 A 12/17/1940 I did it and I'm glad / Pinky Tomlin
Decca L 3480 A 7/26/1944 Inka dinka doo / Jimmy Durante
Decca L 10432 [A] 8/8/1957 Tip-toe through the tulips with me / Nick Lucas
Decca 62137 A 4/20/1937 September in the rain / James Melton
Decca 62138 [A] 4/20/1937 Melody for two / James Melton
Decca 64907 A 1/18/1939 Jeepers creepers / Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra
Decca 87128 [A] 11/29/1954 A guy that takes his time / Mae West

Primary Performers:

Bing Crosby (vocalist : baritone vocal)
Bob Hope (vocalist)
Bobby Breen (vocalist : boy soprano)
Deanna Durbin (vocalist)
Dick Powell (vocalist)
Frances Langford (vocalist)
Grace Moore (vocalist : soprano vocal)
James Melton (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Jimmy Durante (vocalist)
Judy Garland (vocalist)
Kenny Baker (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra (Musical group)
Mae West (vocalist)
Nick Lucas (vocalist)
Pinky Tomlin (vocalist)
Shirley Ross (vocalist)
Tony Martin (vocalist)
Winifred Shaw (vocalist)


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