MCA MCA-2031 (33-1/3-rpm 12-in. long-playing)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca 73592 [A] 5/26/1946 I'm so lonesome I could cry / Ethel Merman
Decca 73593 [A] 5/26/1946 I got lost in his arms / Ethel Merman
Decca 73594 [A] 5/26/1946 I got the sun in the morning / Ethel Merman
Decca 73595 [A] 5/26/1946 There's no business like show business / Kathleen Carnes
Decca 73596 [A] 5/26/1946 My defenses are down / Ray Middleton
Decca 73597 [A] 5/26/1946 Doin' what comes natur'lly / Ethel Merman
Decca 73598 [A] 5/26/1946 Who do you love I hope / Kathleen Carnes ; Robert (Bob) Lenn
Decca 73599 [A] 5/26/1946 They say it's wonderful / Ethel Merman ; Ray Middleton
Decca 73600 [A] 5/28/1946 Moonshine lullaby-1 / Ethel Merman
Decca 73601 [A] 5/28/1946 You can't get a man with a gun / Orchestra (unidentified; Decca Records) ; Vocal chorus (unidentified; Decca Records)
Decca 73602 [A] 5/28/1946 The girl that I marry / Ray Middleton
Decca 73603 [A] 5/28/1946 Anything you can do / Ethel Merman ; Ray Middleton

Primary Performers:

Ethel Merman (vocalist)
Kathleen Carnes (vocalist)
Orchestra (unidentified; Decca Records) (Musical group)
Ray Middleton (vocalist)
Robert (Bob) Lenn (vocalist)
Vocal chorus (unidentified; Decca Records) (Vocal group)


Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "MCA MCA-2031 (33-1/3-rpm 12-in. long-playing)," accessed October 1, 2020,

MCA MCA-2031 (33-1/3-rpm 12-in. long-playing). (2020). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 1, 2020, from

"MCA MCA-2031 (33-1/3-rpm 12-in. long-playing)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2020. Web. 1 October 2020.


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