Mert Oliver (instrumentalist : string bass)

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CompanyMatrix No.SizeFirst Recording DateTitlePrimary PerformerDescription 
Decca 76449 6/7/1950 Once in a while Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76450 6/7/1950 Star dust Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76451 6/7/1950 I've got a crush on you Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76452 6/7/1950 I'm in the mood for love Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76453 6/7/1950 Laura Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76454 6/7/1950 Deep purple Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76455 6/7/1950 East of the sun Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76456 6/7/1950 I can't get started Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76910 9/28/1950 The beer on top of the bar Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 76911 9/28/1950 The halls of Ivy Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 80416 1/22/1951 Little fraternity pin Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 80417 1/22/1951 It's dark on Observatory Hill Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 80418 1/22/1951 The whiffenpoof song Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 80493 2/5/1951 Moonlight on the campus Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 80494 2/5/1951 Flirtation walk Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 80495 2/5/1951 Down the old ox road Elliot Lawrence Orchestra  
Decca 82345 2/28/1952 Come what may Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82346 2/28/1952 Love, where are you now? Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82347 2/28/1952 Hambone Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82421 3/10/1952 Keel row-1 Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82422 3/10/1952 Cuttin' out blues Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82423 3/10/1952 Your Daddy's got the gleeks Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82424 3/10/1952 Heebie jeebies Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82425 3/10/1952 The blues don't waltz Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82659 3/31/1952 I got big eyes Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82660 3/31/1952 Deep in the blues Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 82661 3/31/1952 Homing pigeon Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca 85073 8/21/1953 Sherif Crane of Jackpot county-1 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85074 8/21/1953 I've got you under my skin-3 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85075 8/21/1953 The song is you-3 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85076 8/21/1953 Light green-4 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85077 8/21/1953 Playground-4 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85078 8/21/1953 One for Kenny-2 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85079 8/21/1953 Flamingo-2 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85080 8/21/1953 Pill box-4 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85081 8/21/1953 Medley-2: ; Something to remember you by ; Takin' a chance on love ; Blue room Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85082 8/21/1953 The tiger-5 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85083 8/21/1953 Moonlight in Vermont-1 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca 85084 8/21/1953 Willis-4 Joe Timber Orchestra  
Decca L 6807 6/11/1952 They didn't believe me-1 Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca L 6808 6/11/1952 Cheek to cheek Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca L 6809 6/11/1952 Nobody knows the trouble I've seen-1 Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca L 6810 6/13/1952 The bells of St. Mary's Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca L 6811 6/13/1952 Two beats on a bat Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca L 6812 6/13/1952 Chasing shadows Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  
Decca L 6816 6/12/1952 I'm getting sentimental over you Tommy Dorsey Orchestra  

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Mert Oliver (instrumentalist : string bass)," accessed August 18, 2019, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/154950/Oliver_Mert_instrumentalist_string_bass.

Mert Oliver (instrumentalist : string bass). (2019). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved August 18, 2019, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/talent/detail/154950/Oliver_Mert_instrumentalist_string_bass.

"Mert Oliver (instrumentalist : string bass)." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2019. Web. 18 August 2019.

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