MCA MCA2-4096 (33-1/3-rpm 12-in. long-playing (2 discs))

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca L 10367 [A] 7/15/1957 Fever / Earl Grant
Decca L 11189 [A] 10/8/1958 Jamaica farewell / Earl Grant
Decca L 11324 [A] 1/9/1959 The lonesome road / Earl Grant
Decca L 11432 [A] 3/13/1959 Gee bay, ain't I good to you? / Earl Grant
Decca L 11483 [A] 4/20/1959 One for my baby / Earl Grant
Decca L 11496 [A] 4/27/1959 After the lights go down low / Earl Grant
Decca L 11497 [A] 4/27/1959 St. Louis blues / Earl Grant
Decca L 13086 [A] 12/27/1962 The breeze and I / Earl Grant
Decca L 13087 [A] 12/27/1962 Flamingo / Earl Grant
Decca L 13231 [A] 7/8/1963 I miss you so / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 13305 [A] 12/9/1963 Li'l darlin' / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 13309 [A] 12/10/1963 Tuxedo junction / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 13321 [A] 12/11/1963 Satin doll / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 13325 [A] 12/11/1963 April in Paris / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 13484 [A] 8/10/1964 I wish I didn't love you so / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 13492 [A] 8/11/1964 Ruby / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 13499 [A] 8/14/1964 People / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 13593 [A] 12/14/1964 How high the moon / Earl Grant ; Earl Grant
Decca L 14076 [A] 5/19/1966 What's new my love( (Et maintenant ?) / Earl Grant
Decca L 14077 [A] 5/19/1966 I'll close my eyes / Earl Grant

Primary Performers:

Earl Grant (vocalist)
Earl Grant (instrumentalist : organ)
Earl Grant (instrumentalist : piano)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "MCA MCA2-4096 (33-1/3-rpm 12-in. long-playing (2 discs))," accessed June 22, 2021, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/360643/MCA_MCA2-4096_LP.

MCA MCA2-4096 (33-1/3-rpm 12-in. long-playing (2 discs)). (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved June 22, 2021, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/360643/MCA_MCA2-4096_LP.

"MCA MCA2-4096 (33-1/3-rpm 12-in. long-playing (2 discs))." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2021. Web. 22 June 2021.

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