Charly (England) CRB1128 (LP)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca 75610 [A] 12/19/1949 125th Street New York / Al Sears ; The Sparrows
Decca 75612 [A] 12/19/1949 Tan skin lad / Al Sears ; The Sparrows
Decca 76756 [A] 8/25/1950 I need my baby / Harold Burrage
Decca 76757 [A] 8/25/1950 Hi yo silver / Harold Burrage
Decca 76758 [A] 8/25/1950 I ain't mad at no one / Harold Burrage
Decca 81001 [A] 5/10/1951 Tra-la-la / Dave Bartholomew Orchestra
Decca 81099 [A] 5/29/1951 Tra-la-la / Tommy Ridgley
Decca 81100 [A] 5/29/1951 Anything but love / Tommy Ridgley
Decca 81102 [A] 5/29/1951 Come home baby / Tommy Ridgley
Decca 81739 [A] 10/20/1951 Buttermilk and beans / Hal Singer Orchestra ; The X-Rays
Decca 81971 [A] 11/18/1951 Big Bob's boogie / Big Bob Dougherty Orchestra
Decca 81972 [A] 11/18/1951 Ridin' the riff / Big Bob Dougherty Orchestra
Decca 82673 [A] 4/9/1952 Please Dr. Jive / Hal Singer Orchestra

Primary Performers:

Al Sears (instrumentalist : tenor saxophone)
Big Bob Dougherty Orchestra (Musical group)
Dave Bartholomew Orchestra (Musical group)
Hal Singer Orchestra (Musical group)
Harold Burrage (vocalist)
The Sparrows (Musical group)
The X-Rays (Vocal group)
Tommy Ridgley (vocalist)


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