Ace Label (England) CH-162 (LP)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca L 5385 [A] 2/10/1950 Papa tree top blues / Little Miss Cornshucks
Decca ATL 7005 [A] 8/27/1951 Six-hundred block / Waymon Brown
Decca ATL 7011 [A] 8/28/1951 Royal peacock boogie (Instrumental) / Clay Braddy ; Roy Mays' Orchestra
Decca ATL 7013 [A] 8/30/1951 People don't understand me / Willie Brown
Decca ATL 7014 [A] 8/30/1951 Easter Bunny boogie / Willie Brown
Decca ATL 7015 [A] 8/30/1951 Korea blues / Willie Brown
Decca 75113 [A] 8/1/1949 Chitlin's / James Von Streeter
Decca 75115 [A] 8/1/1949 Landslide / James Von Streeter
Decca 82009 [A] 12/14/1951 Try a little tenderness / Mildred Cummings
Decca 82041 1A 12/9/1951 Let's party / Jesse Allen
Decca 82349 [A] 2/28/1952 Coffee Daddy blues / Danny Taylor
Decca 82352 [A] 2/28/1952 Blues got me rockin' / Danny Taylor
Decca 82655 [A] 3/28/1952 Triple eight / The Blues Caravan
Decca 83296 [A] 8/23/1952 Night shift blues / The Blues Caravan ; Zilla Mays
Decca 84964 [A] 8/4/1953 Mr. Freddie's boogie / Freddie Mitchell Orchestra

Primary Performers:

Little Miss Cornshucks (vocalist)
James Von Streeter (instrumentalist : tenor saxophone)
Mildred Cummings (vocalist)
Danny Taylor (vocalist)
Freddie Mitchell Orchestra (Musical group)
Jesse Allen (vocalist)
The Blues Caravan (Musical group)
Zilla Mays (vocalist)
Waymon Brown (vocalist)
Clay Braddy (vocalist)
Roy Mays' Orchestra (Musical group)
Willie Brown (vocalist)


Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Ace Label (England) CH-162 (LP)," accessed May 29, 2022,

Ace Label (England) CH-162 (LP). (2022). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved May 29, 2022, from

"Ace Label (England) CH-162 (LP)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2022. Web. 29 May 2022.


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