Coral CRL-57224 (12-in. 33-1/3-rpm long-playing)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca BOB-2 [A] 5/26/1944 On the sunny side of the street / Eddie Heywood Jazz Trio
Decca T-19001 [A] 12/18/1943 Blues changes / Coleman Hawkins Quartet
Decca 38604 A 9/12/1934 Wrappin' it up-2, 3 / Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra
Decca 39241 A 1/11/1935 Dinah / Dorsey Brothers Orchestra
Decca 39440 A 3/20/1935 Tap room blues / Joe Venuti's Blue Four
Decca 60270 A 12/20/1935 Swingin' on the Famous Door / Delta Four
Decca 60277 A 12/23/1935 The melody man-1 / Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra
Decca 63286 A 2/16/1938 Sent for you yesterday (and here you come today) / Count Basie Orchestra
Decca 64618 A 9/9/1938 Aunt Hagar's blues / Paul Whiteman and his Swing Wing
Decca 64711 A 10/28/1938 Undecided / John Kirby and his Onyx Club Boys
Decca 68397 A 11/26/1940 Rainy day blues / Joe Turner
Decca 68820 A 3/14/1941 Rockin' chair / Mildred Bailey ; Delta Rhythm Boys
Decca 75148 A 8/17/1949 Baby get lost / Billie Holiday
Decca 83157 [A] 7/11/1952 Flying home / Terry Gibbs Orchestra

Primary Performers:

Billie Holiday (vocalist)
Coleman Hawkins Quartet (Musical group)
Count Basie Orchestra (Musical group)
Delta Four (Musical group)
Delta Rhythm Boys (Vocal group)
Dorsey Brothers Orchestra (Musical group)
Eddie Heywood Jazz Trio (Musical group)
Fletcher Henderson's Orchestra (Musical group)
Jimmie Lunceford Orchestra (Musical group)
Joe Turner (vocalist)
Joe Venuti's Blue Four (Musical group)
John Kirby and his Onyx Club Boys (Musical group)
Mildred Bailey (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Paul Whiteman and his Swing Wing (Musical group)
Terry Gibbs Orchestra (Musical group)


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