Vocalion VL7-3766 (12-in. 33-1/3-rpm long-playing (stereo))
The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:
|Company||Matrix No.||Take Number||Date||Title/Artist|
|Decca||NA 2334||[A]||3/7/1951||If crying would make you / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||NA 2466||[A]||8/13/1951||You know I'm still in love with you / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||NA 2467||[A]||8/13/1951||I'm gonna see my baby tonight / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||NA 2656||[A]||2/29/1952||That heart belongs to me / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||NA 2659||[A]||2/29/1952||I haven't got the heart / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||NA 2703||[A]||4/21/1952||The last waltz / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||NA 3268||[A]||4/2/1954||Bugle call from heaven / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||NA 3404||[A]||12/3/1954||Sneakin' all around / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||NA 11358||[A]||12/6/1960||So used to loving you / Webb Pierce|
|Decca||73047||[A]||9/20/1945||The travels of Babar, part 1: Bahar theme ; Celeste and me ; God has saved us ; Igglety pigglety ; Good afternoon dear Mrs. Whale ; It's nice to sail / Frank Luther|
|Decca||73048||[A]||9/20/1945||The travels of Babar, part 2: It's King Babar ; Sliding song ; Winking, blinking ; we are brave rhinoceroces ; Long live king Babar ; Babar theme / Frank Luther|
|Decca||73049||[A]||9/20/1945||Babar the King, part 1: Babar theme ; The dear old lady is going to stay ; Dromederies' song ; Monkeys eat vanilla cream ; We'll have many more days ; Each morning off we go / Frank Luther|
|Decca||73050||[A]||9/20/1945||Babar the King, part 2: Tennis and marbles ; The gardener's garden ; The merry-go-round ; Everyone's ready for fun ; Fire, fire, fire ; Let's do our best ; Babar theme / Frank Luther|
|Decca||73051||[A]||9/20/1945||The story of Babar, part 1: Babar theme ; Elephant lullaby ; Thank you, thank you ; A shirt and a collar ; Look at the birdie ; I'd like a little celery ; One, two, three, four / Frank Luther|
|Decca||73052||[A]||9/20/1945||The story of Babar, part 2: In the tub ; Two and two are four ; I'll always love my mother ; Hurray huree ; Goodbye, dear little old lady ; Long live King Babar ; Babar theme / Frank Luther|
|Frank Luther (vocalist : tenor vocal)|
|Webb Pierce (vocalist)|
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