MCA-Coral (Germany) 6.30109 (LP)

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca 61068 A 4/24/1936 Sissy man blues / Connie McLean's Rhythm Boys
Decca 63868 A 5/26/1938 My Daddy rocks me / Trixie Smith
Decca 63871 A 5/26/1938 Jack I'm mellow / Trixie Smith
Decca 63873 5/26/1938 Uncle Joe / Grant and Wilson
Decca 63876 A 5/26/1938 Blue Monday on Sugar Hill / Grant and Wilson
Decca 64328 A 7/20/1938 Mailman blues / Tiny Mayberry
Decca 64330 B 7/20/1938 Evil hearted woman / Tiny Mayberry
Decca 64433 A 8/11/1938 New Orleans blues / Blue Lu Barker
Decca 64658 A 9/13/1938 Try and get it / Bea Foote
Decca 64661 A 9/13/1938 I want a long time Daddy / Bea Foote
Decca 64936 A 1/24/1939 Money is honey / The Bandanna Girls
Decca 64937 A 1/24/1939 Part time Papa / The Bandanna Girls
Decca 64971 A 2/1/1939 Stop it Joe / Rosetta Crawford
Decca 64972 A 2/1/1939 My man jumped salty on me / Rosetta Crawford
Decca 65088 A 3/1/1939 I've lost my head over you / Babe Hines ; Skeets Tolbert and his Gentlemen of Swing
Decca 65496 A 4/28/1939 Do that thing / Jimmie Gordon
Decca 65497 A 4/28/1939 The Mojo blues / Jimmie Gordon
Decca 65657 A 5/26/1939 Brownskin gal is the best gal after all / Fat Hayden
Decca 65658 A 5/26/1939 Voodoo blues / Fat Hayden
Decca 65756 A 6/8/1939 Come easy, go easy / Rosetta Howard
Decca 65757 A 6/8/1939 My blues is like whiskey / Rosetta Howard
Decca 66107 A 8/15/1939 Fine and mellow / Alberta Hunter
Decca 66109 A 8/15/1939 Someday sweetheart / Alberta Hunter
Decca 66764 A 10/13/1939 Cheatin' on me / Helen Proctor
Decca 66767 A 10/13/1939 Blues at midnight / Helen Proctor
Decca 66959 A 12/13/1939 Lu's blues / Blue Lu Barker
Decca 67055 A 1/12/1940 Put me back in the alley / Wingy Carpenter
Decca 67058 A 1/12/1940 Team up / Wingy Carpenter
Decca 67497 [A] 4/4/1940 Mississippi town (Jackson blues) / George Guesnon
Decca 67500 A 4/4/1940 Goodbye, good luck to you / George Guesnon
Decca 67563 A 4/18/1940 Jazzin' babies blues / Georgia White
Decca 67564 A 4/18/1940 Papa pleaser / Georgia White
Decca 67565 A 4/17/1940 Let me ride your train / Frankie Half Pint Jaxon
Decca 67570 A 4/17/1940 You can't tell / Frankie Half Pint Jaxon
Decca 67571 A 4/17/1940 My little girl / Lee Brown
Decca 67572 A 4/17/1940 Lucille blues / Lee Brown
Decca 67593 A 4/19/1940 Flash crawling blues / George Davis
Decca 67594 A 4/19/1940 I don't want you / George Davis
Decca 68137 A 9/23/1940 My pony / Johnnie Temple
Decca 68138 A 9/23/1940 Jive me, baby / Johnnie Temple
Decca 68150 A 9/26/1940 Oh Red / Sam Price and his Texas Bluesicians
Decca 68152 A 9/26/1940 The dirty dozens / Sam Price and his Texas Bluesicians
Decca 68194 A 10/2/1940 I'll make it worth your while / Skeets Tolbert and his Gentlemen of Swing
Decca 68394 A 11/26/1940 Doggin' the dog / Joe Turner
Decca 69358 A 6/13/1941 Corrine, Corrina / Art Tatum and his Band
Decca 69789 A 10/8/1941 The low down lonely blues / Georgia Brown
Decca 69791 A 10/8/1941 Black cat bone / Georgia Brown
Decca 70187 A 1/20/1942 Me and my chauffeur / Mabel Robinson ; Sam Price and his Texas Bluesicians
Decca 70188 A 1/20/1942 I've got too many blues / Mabel Robinson ; Sam Price and his Texas Bluesicians
Decca 70261 [A] 1/29/1942 Because I love my Daddy so / Nora Lee King
Decca 70299 A 2/9/1942 Mound bayou / Pete Brown and his Band
Decca 70300 A 2/9/1942 Unlucky woman (Unlucky blues) / Pete Brown and his Band
Decca 70301 A 2/9/1942 Gonna buy me a telephone / Pete Brown and his Band
Decca 70302 A 2/9/1942 Cannon ball-1 / Pete Brown and his Band
Decca 70545 A 3/19/1942 Uncle Sam come and get him / Wee Bea Booze
Decca 70570 A 3/26/1942 See see rider blues / Wee Bea Booze
Decca 70570 B 3/26/1942 See see rider blues / Wee Bea Booze
Decca 90784 A 7/7/1936 Sweet Pease / Victoria Spivey
Decca 90786 A 7/7/1936 Grievin' me / Dot Scott's Rhythm Dukes ; Addie "Sweet Pease" Spivey
Decca 90788 A 7/7/1936 You weren't true (but you're still in my heart) / Dot Scott's Rhythm Dukes ; Addie "Sweet Pease" Spivey
Decca 90790 A 7/7/1936 T.B.'s got me blues / Victoria Spivey
Decca 91347 A 11/8/1937 She walks like a kangaroo / Ollie Shepard
Decca 91348 A 11/8/1937 Honey bee / Ollie Shepard

Primary Performers:

Wee Bea Booze (vocalist)
Victoria Spivey (vocalist)
Addie "Sweet Pease" Spivey (vocalist)
Dot Scott's Rhythm Dukes (Musical group)
Ollie Shepard (vocalist)
Connie McLean's Rhythm Boys (Musical group)
Trixie Smith (vocalist)
Tiny Mayberry (vocalist)
Blue Lu Barker (vocalist)
Bea Foote (vocalist)
The Bandanna Girls (Vocal group)
Rosetta Crawford (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Babe Hines (vocalist)
Grant and Wilson (Vocal group)
Skeets Tolbert and his Gentlemen of Swing (Musical group)
Jimmie Gordon (vocalist)
Fat Hayden (vocalist)
Rosetta Howard (vocalist)
Alberta Hunter (vocalist : soprano vocal)
Helen Proctor (vocalist)
Wingy Carpenter (instrumentalist : trumpet)
George Guesnon (vocalist)
Georgia White (vocalist)
Frankie Half Pint Jaxon (vocalist)
Lee Brown (vocalist)
George Davis (vocalist)
Johnnie Temple (vocalist)
Sam Price and his Texas Bluesicians (Musical group)
Joe Turner (vocalist)
Art Tatum and his Band (Musical group)
Georgia Brown (vocalist)
Mabel Robinson (vocalist)
Nora Lee King (vocalist)
Pete Brown and his Band (Musical group)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "MCA-Coral (Germany) 6.30109 (LP)," accessed September 20, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/368663/MCA-Coral_Germany_6.30109_LP.

MCA-Coral (Germany) 6.30109 (LP). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved September 20, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/368663/MCA-Coral_Germany_6.30109_LP.

"MCA-Coral (Germany) 6.30109 (LP)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 20 September 2019.

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