Ray Leatherwood (instrumentalist : string bass)

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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Decca 85530 12/1/1953 Moonlight serenade Universal International Orchestra  
Decca 85531 12/1/1953 Tuxedo junction Universal International Orchestra  
Decca 85532 12/1/1953 Little brown jug Universal International Orchestra  
Decca 85533 12/1/1953 St. Louis blues march Universal International Orchestra  
Decca 85534 12/1/1953 In the mood Universal International Orchestra  
Decca 85535 12/1/1953 Chattanooga choo choo Universal International Orchestra  
Decca 85536 12/1/1953 Pennsylvania 6-5000 Universal International Orchestra  
Decca 85537 12/1/1953 American patrol Universal International Orchestra  
Decca 85566 12/1/1953 A string of pearls Universal International Orchestra  
Decca L 6085 2/16/1951 I'll be around Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6086 2/16/1951 If I loved you-1 Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6087 2/16/1951 Red sails in the sunset-1 Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6091 2/19/1951 Leap frog (theme)-1 Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6092 2/19/1951 Blue moon-1 Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6093 2/19/1951 With you, where you are Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6131 3/8/1951 Deep purple Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6132 3/8/1951 Azure Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6133 3/8/1951 That old black magic Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6179 3/24/1951 Very good advice Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6180 3/24/1951 T'was brillig Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6222 4/9/1951 Over the rainbow Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6223 4/9/1951 The moon was yellow Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6224 4/9/1951 Red wing Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6225 4/9/1951 Green eyes Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 6226 4/9/1951 The day isn't long enough Les Brown and his Band of Renown  
Decca L 9073 3/28/1956 Tishomingo blues Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9074 3/28/1956 Search-light rag Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9075 3/28/1956 Way down yonder in New Orleans Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9076 3/28/1956 I would do anything for you Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9077 3/28/1956 Cajun lament Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9078 3/30/1956 Do you know what it means to ; miss New Orleans Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9079 3/30/1956 Blue turning grey over you Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9080 3/30/1956 Basin Street blues Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9081 3/30/1956 Bayou lullaby Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9082 4/4/1956 Du à  Ferdinand Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9083 4/4/1956 New Orleans Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  
Decca L 9084 4/4/1956 Black and blue Marvin Ash and his Dixie Blue Blowers  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Ray Leatherwood (instrumentalist : string bass)," accessed June 26, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/150022/Leatherwood_Ray_instrumentalist_string_bass.

Ray Leatherwood (instrumentalist : string bass). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved June 26, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/150022/Leatherwood_Ray_instrumentalist_string_bass.

"Ray Leatherwood (instrumentalist : string bass)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 26 June 2019.

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