Mae West (vocalist)


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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Victor PBS-79181 10-in. 4/23/1934 My old flame Duke Ellington Orchestra ; Mae West Dubbed recording from film : Female vocal solo, with jazz/dance band  
Decca 87085 11/23/1954 Havana for a night Mae West  
Decca 87086 11/23/1954 I'm in the mood for love Mae West  
Decca 87087 11/23/1954 Pecado Mae West  
Decca 87088 11/23/1954 They call me Sister Honky Tonk Mae West  
Decca 87122 11/26/1954 Criswell predicts Mae West  
Decca 87123 11/26/1954 I want you-I need you Mae West  
Decca 87124 11/26/1954 Love is the greatest thing Mae West  
Decca 87125 11/26/1954 Frankie and Johnny Mae West  
Decca 87126 11/29/1954 If I could be with you Mae West  
Decca 87127 11/29/1954 All of me Mae West  
Decca 87128 11/29/1954 A guy that takes his time Mae West  
Decca 87129 11/29/1954 My Daddy rocks me Mae West  
Decca L 15434 7/1/1970 The sayings of Mae West Mae West  
Decca L 15435 7/1/1970 Mae West uncensored Mae West  
Decca L 15436 7/1/1970 Mae West and friends Mae West  
Decca L 15437 7/1/1970 Around the world with Mae West Mae West  
Decca L 15438 7/1/1970 Mae West has the last word Mae West  
Decca L 15439 7/1/1970 Mae West and W.C. Fields together Mae West  
Decca L 15440 7/1/1970 I want you-I need you Mae West  
Decca L 15441 7/1/1970 Mae West teaches a class Mae West  
Decca L 15442 7/1/1970 A swingin' sermon (Little bar butterfly) Mae West  
Decca L 15443 7/1/1970 Personal appearance Mae West  
Decca L 15444 7/1/1970 Mae West sings: Frankie and Johnny ; Mister deep blue sea ; My old flame Mae West  


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