Ace of Hearts (England) AH-68 (LP)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca DLA 1023 A 11/5/1937 You can't stop me from dreamin' / Dick Powell
Decca DLA 2364 A 1/15/1941 Too beautiful to last / Tony Martin
Decca DLA 2475 A 6/27/1941 If it's you / Tony Martin
Decca L 3251 [A] 11/2/1943 Treat me rough-1 / Judy Garland ; Mickey Rooney
Decca L 3666 [A] 10/31/1944 September song / Walter Huston
Decca L 3669 [A] 10/31/1944 You'd be surprised / Eddie Cantor
Decca L 3743 [A] 3/2/1945 Love letters / Dick Haymes
Decca L 3990 [A] 11/8/1945 It's a grand night for singing / Helen Forrest ; Dick Haymes
Decca L 4791 [A] 12/30/1947 Rachel / Robert Mitchum
Decca L 4793 [A] 12/30/1947 O-he-o-hi-o-ho / Robert Mitchum
Decca 69144 [A] 5/6/1941 Yes Sir! That's my baby / Eddie Cantor
Decca 74761 [A] 2/15/1949 Once in love with Amy / Ray Bolger

Primary Performers:

Dick Haymes (vocalist)
Dick Powell (vocalist)
Eddie Cantor (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Helen Forrest (vocalist)
Judy Garland (vocalist)
Mickey Rooney (vocalist)
Ray Bolger (vocalist)
Robert Mitchum (vocalist)
Tony Martin (vocalist)
Walter Huston (speaker)


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