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Columbia Records (USA)

 

#1-99

 78rpm (10”) album sets (C prefix)

&

 45rpm (7”) Extended Play records

 (prefixes A, B, H, J)

(1940-1944)

Catalog #

Artist (s)

Headline Title (if known); Songs

Notes:

[issue date]

LP catalog #

C.1

(342/47M)

Ramon LITTEE & Tipica orchestra; GERALDO;

ROSARIO & orchestra

MANTOVANI’s Tipica Orchestra; QUENTIN  & orchestra; CHICICHIMO & orchestra

“Tango Album #1”

 

C.2

(373/78M)

ORLANDO orchestra; MANTOVANI orchestra; GERALDO orchestra;

ROSARIO Orchestra: Orchestra TIPICA MAFFIA

“Tango Album #2”

 

C.3

(351/56M)

LECUONA CUBAN BOYS

& Antobal

“Rumba & Conga album”

 

C.4

(50382/85D

S.69356D

(4 discs)

Archibald MacLEISH

“Air Raid” – A Radio Drama

 

C.5

(69353/56D)

Archibald MacLEISH

“Air Raid” – A Radio Drama

 

C.6

(ME1-12)

(12 discs)

Orson WELLES

& members of the Mercury Theater

“The Merchant of Venice”

(William Shakespeare)

 

C.7

(ME13-22)

(10 discs)

Orson WELLES

& members of the Mercury Theater

 

“Twelfth Night”

(William Shakespeare)

 

C.8

(3171D/-3176D)

(6 discs)

Bessie SMITH

St Louis Blues; Reckless Blues; Weeping Willow Blues; Careless Love Blues; Alexander’s Ragtime Band; There’ll Be A Hot Ime In The Old Town Tonight; Muddy water (A Mississippi Moan); Money Blues; Yellow Dog Blues; Trombone Cholly; Backwater Blues; Nobody Know You When You’re Down And Out

 

C.9

(310-315M)

George Scott Wood & Six Swingers; Joe Loss; Mantovani

& others

“European Dance Album”

 

MC.10

(ME24-34)

(11 discs)

Orson WELLES

With members of the Mercury Theater

“Julius Caesar”

(William Shakespeare)

 

C.11

(357379/82)

Richard RODGERS

“Rodgers & Hart Musical Comedy Hits”

My Heart Stood Still-Thou Swell; You Took Advantage Of Me-Do I Hear You Saying “I Love You”; Where Or When-Johnny One Note; The Girl Friend-Blue Room; This Can’t Be Love-Sing For Your Supper; With A Song In My Heart-Yours Sincerely; Falling In Lov With Love-Lover; There’s A Small Hotel-It’s Gotta Be Love

[2/1940]

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C.12

(35400/03)

Desi ARNAZ

& his La Conga orchestra

“La Conga”

Ah! Viene La Conga; Vereda Tropical; Union Triste; Vira Y Vira; Congo Conga; Africa Canta; Echa Un Pie; Per Amora Comprendo

[3/1940]

B.13

(4-35416/19)

C.13

(35416/19)

Al GOODMAN

& his orchestra

“Strauss Waltzes In Dance Tempo”

Blue Danube Waltz; Wiener Blut; Southern Roses Waltz; Wine, Women and Song; Tales From The Vienna Woods; Waltzes In Spring; Emperor Waltz; Artist’s Life

[4/1940]

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C.14

(35457/60)

Beatrice KAY

& the Elm City Four

“The Naughty Nineties”

Strike Up The Band (Here Comes A Sailor); Oceana Roll; Don’t Go In The Lion’s Cage Tonight; The Nightingale; Smarty; I Don’t Care; Mother Was A Lady; Waiting At The Church

[5/1940]

C.15

(35478/81)

Ramon LITTEE, his Bandoneon & his Orquesta Tipica

“Tango”

La Cumparsita (The Masked One); Caminito ( Little Lane); Em Choclo; Y Como La Va?; A Media Luz (When Lights Are Low); Inspiration; Por Que? (Why); Amanecierndo

[6/1940]

C.16

(35493/96)

Morton DOWNEY

“Erin Go Bragh”

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling; My Wild Irish Rose; The Rose Of Tralee; Where The Rive Shannon Flows; Kevin Barry; Molly Branigan; It’s The Same Old Shillelagh; That’s How I Spell I-R-E-L-A-N-D

[6/1940]

C.17

(35503/06)

Al GOODMAN

& his orchestra

“Waltz Time In Vienna”

Merry Widow; Sari; The Skaters; Estuiantine Waltz; Waltz Dream; Carmen Sylva; Count Of Luxembourg; You And You

[6/1940]

C.18

(35513/16)

Larry ADLER

“Harmonica Virtuoso”

Rhapsody in Blues (Part I & II); Caprice Viennois; Ritual Fire Dance; I’ve Got You Under Ly Skin; Bolero; Smoke Gets IIn Your Eyes; The Continental

[6/1940]

C.19

(35523(26)

Lani McINTIRE’s Hawaiians;

Andy IONA & his Islanders; MIULAN; Sol HOOPI & his Novelty Quartet/Five

“Musical Hawaii”

Sing me A Song Of Hawaii; You’re The One Rose (That’s Left In My Heart); Hawaiian War Song (Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wa-I); Hawaiian Drinking Song (O-Ke-Le-Ma-Lu-Na); Maid Of Honolulu; Do Not Forget Me; Lilani; To You, Sweetheart, Aloha

[6/1940]

C.20

(35539/42)

Arthur MURRAY

Dance Instructions

“Learn To Dance By Arthur Murray”

Waltz Lesson #1; Waltz Lesson #2; Fox Trot Lesson #1; Waltz Lesson #3; Fox Trot Lesson #2; Fox Trot Lesson #3; Rhumba Lesson #1; Rhumba Lesson #2

[7/1940]

C.21

(35549/52)

Wladimir SELINSKY & his String Ensemble

“Dinner Music”

Sleeping Beauty; Neapolitan Nights; Play Gypsies – Dance Gypsies; Tango Du Reve (Dream Tango); Speak To Me Of Love (Parlez-Moi D’Amour); Frasquita Serenade; To A Wild Rose; La Rosita

[7/1940]

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C.22

(35559/62)

Joshua WHITE

& his Carolinians

“Chain Gang”

Chain Gang Boun’; Nine Foot Shovel; Trouble; Goin’ Home, Boys; Cryin’ Who? Cryin’ You (Parts I & II); Told My Cap’n; Jerry (Lord, Dis Timber Got To Roll)

[7/1940]

B.23

(4-35770/73)

C.23

(35770/73)

Frankie CARLE

“At The Piano...”

A Lovers Lullaby; Sunrise Serenade; Hindustan; Estelle; Stumbling; Twelfth Street Rag; Sweet Lorraine; Barcarolle; Prelude In C-Sharp Minor

[7/1940]

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C.24

(35580/83)

Jane PICKENS

“Jane Pickens Sings”

Summertime; Negro Spirituals; Lover; The Man I Love; I’m Nobody’s Baby; Lindy Lou; When A Gypsy Makes His Violin Cry; When I Grow Too Old To Dream

[8/1940]

C.25

(35590/93)

Bert WILLIAMS

“Famous Songs of Bert Williams”

O Death, Where Is Thy Sting?; The Moon Shines On The Moonshine; Everybody Wants A Key To My Cellar; Bring Back Those Wonderful Days; Brother Low Down; Unlucky blues; It’s Getting So You Can’t Trust Nobody; It’s Nobody’s Business But My Own

{8/1940]

C.26

(35617/20)

Al GOODMAN

& his orchestra

“Popular American Waltzes”

Missouri Waltz; Beautiful Ohio; Let Me Call You Sweetheart; Te Waltz You Saved For Me; Three O’Clock In The Morning; That Naughty Waltz; Till We Meet Again; Memories

[8/1940]

C.27

(35633/36)

Eddie SOUTH

“Eddie South...”

A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody;

Pardon, Madame!; Zigeuner; Melodie in A; Para Vigo Me Voy (Say Si Si); La Cumparsita (The Masked One); Hejre Kati; Praeledium And Allegro

[8/1940]

C.28

(35660/63)

Louis ARMSTRONG

“Louis Armstrong (King Louis) – Hot Jazz Classics”

Heebie Jeebies; Potato Head Blues; .SO.L. Blues; Squeeze Me; No One Else But You; Save It Pretty Mama; Twelth Street Rag; Knockin’ A Jug

[10/1940]

C.29

(35664/67)

Bix BEIDERBECKE

“Bix Beiderbecke – Hot Jazz Classics”

Royal garden Blues; Good Pimples; Thous Swell; Louisiana; Ol’ Man River; Wa-Da-Da (Everybody’s Doin’ It Now); Sweet Sue – Just You; For No Reason At All In C

[10/1940]

C.30

(35668/71)

Fletcher HENDERSON

& his orchestra

“Fletcher Henderson – Hot Jazz Classics”

Sugar Foot Stomp; What-Cha-Call-‘Em Blues; Money Blues (Daddy I Need Money); Stampede; Snag It; Hop Off; Can You Take It?; New King Porter Stomp

[10/1940]

C.31

(35672/75)

Bessie SMITH

“Bessie Smith – Hot Jazz Classics”

Cold In Hand Blues; You’ve Been A Good Ole Wagon; Young Woman’s Blues; Cake Walkin’ Babies (from home); Lost Your Head Blues; Baby Doll; Empty Bed Blues (Parts I & II)

 

[10/1940]

C.32

(35703/06)

Eddy DUCHIN

“Eddy Duchin”

Nocturne in E Flat-Time On My Hands; April In Paris; I Guess I’ll have To Change My Pla,n; Lovely To Look At; Why Do I Love You; Easter Parade; The Way You Look Tonight; Lover Come Back To Me

[9/1940]

C.33

(MC33-1/18)

Orson WELLES, Fay BAINTER

& Members of the Mercury Acting Company

“Macbeth”

(William Shakespeare)

 

C.34

(35757/60)

Al GOODMAN

& his orchestra

“Show Tunes of Jerome Kern”

Why Do I Love You; Ol’ Man River; Make Believe; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; All The Things You Are; Who; They Didn’t Believe Me; Look For The Silver Lining

[11/1940]

C.35

(35795/98)

The FLAT FOOT FOUR

“Barber Shop Melodies”

Annie Laurie; Old Aunt Dinah; My Mother’s Rosary; Maggie Blues; Ride Tenderfoot Ride; oh Joe; Shine; Harbor Lights Yodel

[11/1940]

C.36

(35806/09)

Beatrice KAY

“Naughty Nineties #2”

Heaven Will Protect The Working Girl; Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey; A Bird In A Gilded Cage; What You Gonna Do When The Rent Comes Round (Rufus Rastas Johnson Brown); Italian Street Song; Teasing (I Was Only, Only Teasing You); Waiting For The Robert E Lee; Honey Boy

[11/1940]

C.37

(35816/19)

Wladimir SELINSKY

& his String Ensemble

“Serenades”

Serenade (Schubert); Serenade (Arensky); Serenade (from The Student Prince); Serenade (Toselli); Serenade ( Drigo); Serenade (Dtdla); Serenade (Moszkowski); Serenade Espagnole

[11/1940]

C.38

(35834/37)

Duke ELLINGTON

& his Famous orchestra

“The Duke - Hot Jazz Classics”

Lazy Rhapsody; Blue Ramble; Baby When You Ain’t There; Lightnin’; Best Wishes; Bundle Of Blue (Dragon Blues); Merry-Go-Round; Drop Me Off At Harlem

[11/1940]

C.39

(35843/46)

Andy IONA

& his orchestra

“Aloha Hawaii”

In An Old Hawaiian Village; Beautiful Kahana; Island Serenade; Sweet Garden Lei; Hoi Lai (Come Back Home); Lovely Hawaiian Madonna; How’d Ya Do; Whispering Lullaby

[12/1940]

C.40

[35853/86)

Bud FREEMAN

& his Famous Chicagoans

“Comes Jazz”

AT the Jazz Band Ball; Prince of Wails; Jack Hits The Road; That Da-Da Strain; Forty-Seventh And State; Muskat Ramble; Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble; After Awhile

[12/1940]

C.41

(35875/78)

Earl HINES

“Earl HINES”

I Ain’t Got Nobody; 57 Varieties; Caution Blues (Blues in Thirds); A Monday Date; Love Me Tonight; Down Among The Sheltering Palms; Deep Forest; Rosetta

(1/1941]

C.42

(35928/31)

Hal KEMP

& his orchestra

“Hal Kemp Memorial Album”

Got A Date With An Angel; Dinner For One Please, James; You’re The Top; Lullaby Of Broadway; The Gentleman Obviously Doesn’t Believe; I’ve Got You Under My Skin; There’s A Small Hotel; Where Or When

[1/1941]

C.43

(35950/53)

Eddie CONDON’s Quartet [a];

McKENZIE & CONDON’s Chicagoans [b]

Miff MOLE & his Little Molers [c]

“Frank Teschemacher”

Oh, Baby! [a]; Indiana [a]; Sugar [b]; China Boy [b]; Nobody’s Sweetheart [b]; Liza [b]; One Step To Heaven [c]; Shim-Me-Sha-Wabble [c]

[2/1941)

C.44

(35958/62)

 

Harry JAMES

& the Boogie Woogie Trio [a];

Count BASIE’s Blue Five [b];

Joe TURNER & Pete JOHNSON [c];

Meade Lux LEWIS, Pete Johnson, Albert AMMONS [d]

Meade Lux LEWIS [e]

Albert AMMONS [f]

“Boogie Woogie”

 

Boo-Woo [a]; Woo-Woo [b]; Boogie Woogie [b]; Roll ‘Em Pete [c]; Boogie Woogie Prayer (Parts I & II) [d]; Bear Cat Crawl [e]

Shout For Joy [f]

(2/1941)

C.45

(35998/001)

John KIRBY

& his orchestra

“John Kirby”

Bounce Of The Sugar Plum Fairy; Double Talk (A Fugue); (I Wanna Go Where You Go – Do What You Do) Then I’ll Be Happy; Coquette; Rose Room (In Sunny Roseland); 20th Century Closet; Sweet Georgia Brown; Serenade

(3/1941)

C.46

(36008/11

 

The CHOCOLATE DANDIES (featuring Jimmy Harrison) [a]

Eddie CONDON & his orchestra featuring Floyd O’Brien [b]

Jack TEAGARDEN & The Whoopee Makers [c]

Miff MOLE & his

Little Molers [d]

Benny MORTON & his orchestra [e]

J.C. HIGGINBOTHAM

& his Six Hicks [f]

“Hot Trombones”

Bugle Call Rag [a]; Dee Blues [a]; Got Another Sweetie Now [a]

Tennessee Twilight [b]; Makin’ Friends [c]; Original Dixieland One Step [d]; The Gold Diggers’ Song

(We’re In The Money) [e];

Higginbotham Blues [f]

(3/1941)

C.47

(36018/20)

B.48

(4-36018/20)

Carson ROBISON

& his Old Timers

“Square Dances”

The First Two Ladies Cross Over; Darling Nellie Gray; Buffalo Boy Go ‘Round The Outside; Oh Susanna; Dive For The Oyster (Parts I & II); Little Brown Jug; ‘Possum In The ‘Simmon Tree

(3/1941)

(4/1953)

C.48

(36037/8,

35884, 35907)

The GOLDMAN Band

“Marches”

The Thunderer; El Capitan; On Parade; Semper Fidelis; On The Alert; On The Mall; Stars And Stripes Forever; National Emblem

(4/1941)

C.49

(36035/36)

John Baumgartner

& WESTMINSTER CHOIR

“Ballad For Americans”

Ballad For Americans (Parts I-IV)

(Earl Robinson; John LaTouche)

(4/1941)

C.50

(36045/48)

Kate SMITH

“Kate Smith – U.S.A.”

When Day Is Done; When The Moon Comes Over The Mountain; Macushla; Your Eyes Have Told Me So; Thine Alone; The Sunshine Of Your Smile; The Rosary; Kiss Me Again

(4/1941)

C.51

(36063/66)

Jimmy DORSEY, clarinet solo*, Alto Sax solo**;

ORIGINAL MEMPHIS FIVE***

DORSEY BROTHERS

****

“Dorsey Brothers”

Prayin’ The Blues*; Oodles of Noodles**; Jazz Me Blues***; Anything***; I’m Getting Sentimental Over You****; By Heck****; Mood Hollywood****; Shim Sam Shimmy****

(4/1941)

C.52

(36076/76)

Eddy DUCHIN

“Eddy Duchin plays The Music of George Gershwin”

The Man I Love; Someone To Watch Over Me; Embraceable You; Love Walked In; ‘S Wonderful; Somebody Loves Me; They Can’t Take That Away From Me; Summertime

(4/1941)

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C.53

(36086/88,

35974)

Charles MAGNANTE

“Accordiana”

Merry Widow; Blue Danube Waltz; Estrellita; Accordiana; Dizzy Fingers; Nola; Black Eyes; Two Guitars

(5/1941)

C.54

(36095/98)

B.54

(4-36095/8)

Xavier CUGAT

& his Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra

“Rhumba with Cugat”

Cachita; Duerme (Time Was); Yo Ta Mamora; Anna Boroco Tinde; Acertate Mas (It Must Be  A Dream); Land Of Memory (Incertidumbre); Negra Leono; La Cumparsa (Carnival Procession)

(5/1941)

(5/1951)

CL.6005

C.55

(55004/7)

Paul Robeson; Helen Morgan; James Melton; Countess Albanai; Frank Munn,

soloists; Louis Alter, piano; Victor Young and his orchestra; with "Show Boat" Chorus

“(Here Comes The) Showboat”

Overture; Ol’ Man River; Bill; Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man; You Are Love; Make-Believe; Why Do I Love You; Finale

(5/1941)

C.56

(36142/45)

Bill GALE & his Music Makers

“Let’s Polka”

Clarinet Polka; The Bartered Bride Polka; Bell Polka; Laugh Polka; Helena Polka; Goofy Gob; Beaar Barrel Polka (Roll Out The Barrel); Gypsy Polka

(5/1941)

C.57

(36152/55)

Louis ARMSTRONG

& his Hot Five

“Louis Armstrong & his Hot Five”

Gut Bucket Blues; Yes! I’m In The Barrel; Muskat Ramble; Skit-Dat-De-Dat; Cornet Chop Suey; My Heart; Oriental Strut; You’re Next

(5/1941)

C.58

(36166/69)

B.58

4-36166/69)

RINGLING BROS . and BARNUM  BAILEY’S BAND;

“Circus”

Ringling Bros. Grand Entry ; Symphonia/The Big Cage ; Barnum & Bailey’s Favorite ; High Riding/Jungle Queen/Roses Of Memory/Stop It !; Olympia Hippodrome/Go; Old King Cole Medley March; Fosterettes March/Spring Beautiful Spring/Broadway One Step; Royal Decree

(6/1941)

(6/1951)

CL.6246

C.59

(36176/79)

F.4-31

(4-6661/3X)

La Nina de Los Peines

“Cante Flamenco”

Seguidillas ; Peteneras ; Solea ; Soleares ; Saetas ; Alegrias ; Seguiriyas ; Tango Flamenco

(6/41941)

(9/1951)

C.60

(36186/89)

Alec WILDER Octet

“Alec Wilder Octet”

Her Old Man Was Suspicious; His First Long Pants; Pieces Of Eight; Bull Fiddles Of China Shop; Please Do Not Disturb; The House Detective Registers; Kindergarten Flower Pageant; Dance Man Buys A Farm

(6/1941)

C.61

(36205/08)

 

Teddy WILSON

& his orchestra featuring

Billie HOLIDAY

“Teddy WILSON – Billie HOLIDAY”

I Wished On The Moon; Miss Brown To You; What A Little Moonlight Can Do; If You Were Mine; I Must Have That Man; Foolin’ Myself; Easy Living; When You’re Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)

(6/1941)

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C.62

(36215/18)

Al GOODMAN

& his orchestra

“Memories”

When Day Is Done; Moonlight And Roses (Bring Memories of You); I’m Always Chasing Rainbows; The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise; A Perfect Day; Avalon; Roses Of Picardy; Little Grey Home In The West

(7/1941)

C.63

(36224/27)

 

Benny GOODMAN

Eddy DUCHIN

Kay KYSER

Will BRADLEY

Harry JAMES

Raymond SCOTT

Horace HEIDT

Orrin TUCKER

& their orchestras

“Theme Songs”

Let’s Dance

Twilight Dream

Thinking Of You

Think Of Me

Ciribiribin

Pretty Little Petticoat

I’ll Love You In My Dreams

Drifting And Dreaming

(7/1941)

C.64

(36240/43)

GYPSY ENSEMBLE

“Gypsy Music”

Bright Shines The Moon; Two Guitars; Tuica; Sarba Calului; Oh Those Dark Eyes; Black Eyes; A Hanjal Mar Nem Simogat; Asszony Lesz A Lanybol

(7/1941)

C.65

(36249/52)

LECUONA CUBAN BOYS

Except (*Orquesta Antobal)

“Congas”

Cubanakan; Dime Adios; Rumba Tambah; La Guajira; El Maraquero*; La Conga*; Ay Si, Ay No; Panama

(7/1941)

C.66

(36280/83)

 

Miff MOLE

& his Little Molers

[a]; Frankie TRUMBAUER

& his orchestra [b]; Bessie SMITH

& her Blue Boys [c]; Red McKENZIE

& the Mound City Boys [d]; Louis ARMSTRONG [e];

Henry ALLEN & his orchestra [f];

Duke ELLINGTON & his orchestra [g];Teddy WILSON & his orchestra [h]

“Hot Trumpets”

Alexander’s Ragtime Band (featuring Red Nichols) [a];

I’m Comin’ Virginia (featuring Bix Beiderbecke) [b]

On And Two Blues (featuring Joe Smith) [c]; Darktown Strutters’ Ball (featuring Muggsy Spanier) [d];

Dear Old Southland [e];

Body And Soul [f]; Echoes Of Harlem (featuring Cootie Williams) [g]

Why Was I Born? (featuring Buck Clayton) [h]

(8/1941)

C.67

(36290/93)

Oscar STRAUS

Conducting the Columbia Concert Orchestra

“Oscar Straus conducts “The Chocolate Soldier & other operetta favorites”

Entr’act Und Brief-Intermezzo (Entr’acte And Letter Intermezzo); My Hero; Menuet A La Cour; Soldantenliebe (Soldier’s Love); Est Gibt Dinge, Die Muss Man Vergessen (There Are Things One Must Forget); Ich Weiss Schon Was Ich Mőcht! (I Know What I Want); Waltzertraüme (Waltz Dreams); The Last Waltz

(8/1941)

C.68

(36265/67)

 

Choir of the RED ARMY of the

U.S.S.R.

“Songs of the Red Army”

Song Of The Plains; The White Whirlwind; Le Marsellaise (Rouget de l’Isle); Le Chant Du Depart (The Song of Departing);

Song Of The Village Mayor; The Boatmen Of The Volga (Bourlake de Volga)

(8/1941)

C.69

(36299/02)

Ted LEWIS

& his orchestra

(*with Sophie TUCKER)

“Is Everybody Happy?”

Blues (My Naughtie Sweetie Gives To Me); Good Night; Some Of These Days*; On The Sunny Side Of The Street; Tiger Rag; Somebody Stole My Gal; The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise; Have You Ever Been Lonely? (Have You Ever Been Blue)

(8/1941)

C.70

(36331/34)

Horace Heidt presents

Frankie CARLE

“Frankie Carle Encores”

Somebody Loves You; I Know That You Know; Swingin’ Down The Lane; The Love Nest; I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me; After You’ve Gone; Sweet And Lovely; The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else

(8/1941)

C.71

(36354/57)

HURTADO BROTHERS

& their Royal Marimba Orchestra

“Marimba Music”

Rival; Cielo De Espana; Por Una Cabeza; Cielo De Guatemala; Despues De Un Beso; Angelina; Melodia De Arrabal; Silencio

(9/1941)

C.72

(36366/69)

B.72

(4-36366/69)

The Hour of Charm All Girl Orchestra

“Hymns”

In The Garden*; Holy, Holy, Holy**; Now The Day Is Over***; The Old Rugged Cross****; Lead, Kindly Light**; Abide With Me****; Day Is Dying In The West**; Rock Of Ages*****

*featuring Evelyn & her Magic Violin

** featuring Vivien

*** featuring Evelyn & Vivien

**** featuring duet by Vivien & Maxine

***** featuring Evelyn & her Magic Violin, vocal solo by Maxine

(9/1941)

(11/1951)

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C.73

(36375/78)

Louis ARMSTRONG & his Hot Five featuring Earl HINES

“Louis and Earl”

A Monday Date; Weather Bird; Chicago Breakdown; Don’t Jive Me; West End Blues; Muggles; Heah Me Talkin’ To Ya?; Tight Like This

(9/1941)

C.74

(36385/88)

Xavier CUGAT

& his

Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra

“Conga with Cugat”

Spring Song; Farandole; Kee-Kee-Kee-Kee-Kee (Cock-a-doodle-doo); El Mondonguero; Son Los Dandis; Tumbao; Gypsy Conga

(9/1941)

cl.6036

C.75

(36395/98)

Sonny KENDIS

& his Stork Club orchestra

“A Night At The Stork Club”

Stardust; If I Had You; Diga Diga Do; A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody; Stumbling; My Blue Heaven; You’re The Cream In My Coffee; My Buddy

(10/1941)

C.76

(36437/40)

Fred FEIBEL

“Novachord Solos”

Tea For Two; My Heart Stood Still; I Want To Happy; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Night And Day; Rose Room; One Alone; I’m Getting’  Sentimental Over You

(11/1941)

C.77

(36425/28)

Meyer DAVIS

& his orchestra

“The Music of Vincent Youmans”

Tea For Two; Hallelujah!; Time On My Hands; Carioca; I Know That You Know; I Want To Be Happy; Without A Song; Great Day

(11/1941)

C.78

(36449/52)

Al GOODMAN

& his orchestra

“The Music of Irving Berlin”

Lady Of The Evening; Alexander’s Ragtime Band; Say It With Music; Remember; Blue Skies; Say It Isn’t So; All Alone; Always

(12/1941)

cl.6041

C.79

(36461/64)

YALE GLEE CLUB

“Yale Glee Club”

‘Neath The Elms/Wake Freshman Wake; The Whiffenpoof Song/A Roving; Away To Rio/My Johnny Was A Shoemaker; Shenandoah; Po’ Ol’ Lazarus; Carless Love/Cindy; Battle Of Jericho/Animals A-Comin’; Couldn’t Hear Nobody Play

(12/1941)

C.80

(36473/76)

Wladimir SELINSKY

& his Salon Orchestra

“Salon Music”

Fleurette; Mignonette; Vienna, City Of My Dreams; Caprice Viennoise; Ay, Ay, Ay; Jalousie; My Heart Stood Still; Just A Cotta Small (By A Waterfall)

(1/1942)

cl.6068

C.81

(36491/94)

B.81

(4-36491/94)

Marek WEBER & his orchestra

“Marek Weber presents In Old Vienna”
Johann Strauss Waltz Medley: (Vienna Life; My Darling; Blue Danube); Waltz Medley (Vienna Carnival Life; Over The Waves; You Live In My Heart); Franz Lehar Waltz Medley (Merry Widow; Gold And Silver; Villa); Waltz Medley (Chimes Of Normandy; Old Waltz; Waltz Of The Danube); Josef Strauss Waltz Medley (Music of the Sphere; Dynamic; Water Colors); Waltz Medley (Serenade; My Treasure; Come To The Sea); Waldteufel Waltz Medley (Skaters; Dolores; Estudiantina); Zigeuner Waltz Medley (Vienna Citizens; Vienna Beauty; In A Beautiful Night)

(1/1942)

(4/1951)

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C.82

(36520/23)

The BOSWELL Sisters

“The Boswell Sisters”

Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Don’t Love Nobody But Me); Hand Me Down My Walkin’ Cane; There’ll Be Some Changes Made; Mood Indigo; Down Among The Sheltering Palms; Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia; Rock And Roll; The Object Of  My Affection

(2/1942)

C.83

(36503/06)

 

 

Grupo Do Rae Alufa

Regionale Orchestra

Guarda Vilha Orchestra

Ernesto Dos Santos

Jararaca e Ratinho

“Native Brazilian Music – Volume I”

Macumba de Ochoche; Macumba De Inhancan

Samba Cancao ; Caboclo Do Matto ; Ke Ke Re Ke Ke

 

Seu Mane E Luiz

 

Bambo Du Bambu

 

Sapo No Saco

(2/1942)

C.84

(36507/10)

 

 

Alfredo Viana E Calazans

Luis Americano

Regionale Orchestra

 

Mangueira Chorus

Brazilian Indian Singers

Grupo Do Rae Alufa

“Native Brazilian Music – Volume II”

 

Ze Barbino

Tocanda Pra Voce

 

Pelo Telefone ; Passarinho Bazeu Aza

 

Ques Em Ve Sorrir

 

Teiru/Nozani-Na; Canide Ioune

 

Cantiga De Festa

(2/1942)

C.85

(55010/113)

 

Sir Winston CHURCHILL

“Winston Churchill Speaks to the Nation and Congress on December 26 1941”

 

C.86

(36529/32)

B.86

(4-36529/32)

The GOLDMAN Band

“Forward March”

The Star Spangled Banner/America (My Country ‘Tis Of Thee); Alouette; U.S. Field Artillery (introducing “The Caissons Go Rolling Along”); Parade March No. 1; The Leathernecks March (introducing “The Marines Hymn, From The Hall Of Montezuma”); Colonel Bogey March; Anchors Aweigh (The Song of the Navy); On The Hudson

(3/1942)

(3/1951)

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C.87

(36541/44)

B.87

(4-36541/44)

Eddy DUCHIN

“Duchin Plays Cole Porter”

Night And Day; Just One Of Those Things; I’ve Got You Under My Skin; Easy To Love; What Is This Thing Called Love?; Rosalie; I Get A Kick Out Of You; Love For Sale

(3/1942)

(11/1951)

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C.88

(36553/55)

Al GOODMAN

& his orchestra

“Show Tunes of Sigmund Romberg”

When Hearts Are Young; Will You Remember; One Kiss; Lover Come Back To Me; The Desert Song; One Alone; Deep In My Heart, Dear; When I Grow Too Old To Dream

(4/1942)

C.89

(36561/64)

Mordy BAUMAN

“Songs of George M. Cohan”

You’re A Grand Old Flag; Over There; Give My Regards To Broadway; Yankee Doddle Boy; You Remind Me Of My Mother; Little Nellie Kelly; Mary’s A Grand Old Name; Harrigan

(5/1942)

C.90

(36570/73)

B.90

(4-36570/73)

Marek WEBER

& his orchestra

“Continental Tangos”

La Cumparsita; Tango Du Reve (Dream Tango); Jalousie (Jealousy); A Media Luz; Caminito ; Chitarra Romana (Roman Guitar) ; La Paloma (The Dove) ; Tango Of Roses

(5/1942)

(6/1951)

C.91

(36582/85)

Danny KAYE

“Danny Kaye”

Minnie The Moocher; Let’s Not Talk About Love; Farming; Anatole Of Paris; The Fairy Pipers; The Babbitt And The Bromide; Dinah; Eileen

(6/1942)

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C.92

(36624/27)

B.92

(4-36624/27)

Don BAKER

Played on the New York Paramount Organ

“Don Baker – Organ Music”

The Continental (You Kiss While You’re Dancing)/My Darling; Dancing Tambourine; Lover Come Back To Me/Play Gypsies, Dance Gypsies; When Yuba Plays The Tuba/One Alone; Charmaine/Diane; Deep Purple; Softly As IN A Morning Sunrise/Night And Day; Sleepy Time Gal/Chloe (Song Of The Swamp)

(9/1942)

(3/1951)

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C.93

(36631/34)

Teddy WILSON

“Teddy Wilson and his Piano”

(When Your Heart’s On Fire) Smoke Gets In Your Eyes; Them There Eyes; Rosetta; These Foolish Things; I Know That You Know; I Can’t Get Started; China Boy; Body And Soul

(8/1942)

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C.94

(36653/56)

B.94

(4-36653/56)

The Lyn MURRAY

Singers

“Christmas Carols”

Adeste Fideles (O Come All Ye Faithful); The First Nowell; Silent Night, Holy Night; Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; Joy To The World; It Came Upon The Midnight Clear; O, Little Town Of Bethlehem

(10/1942)

(9/1951)

C.95

(11/1942)

Juan ARVIZU

& the C.B.S. Tipica orchestra

“Juan Arvizu, Troubador Of The Americas”

Rance Alegre; Duerme (Time Was); Noche De Amor; Viva Sevilla!; Mi Sarape; Que Paso?; El Bigote De Tomas; De Donde ?

(11/1942)

C.96

(55030/32)

Morton GOULD & his orchestra

“Morton Gould Concert”

Pavanne; The Donkey Serenade; Ay, Ay, Ay; Espana Cani; Dark Eyes; Where Or When

(1944)

C.97

(36689/92)

B.97

(4-36689/92)

Frankie CARLE

with rhythm section

“Frankie Carle And His Girl Friends”

Ida (Sweet As Apple Cider); Liza (All The Clouds’ll Roll Away); Charmaine; Diane; Margie; Rose Marie; Louise; Josephine

(3/1944)

(5/1951)

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C.98

(36694/97)

Xavier CUGAT

& his Waldorf-Astoria orchestra

“Xavier Cugat’s Mexico”

Las Mananitas; Guadalajara; Chiapanecas; Marimba; Ojos Tapatios; Jesusita; Coconito (Little Turkey); Jarabe Tapatio (Mexican Hat Dance)

(4/1944)

C.99

(36709/12)

 

Buddy CLARK

“Remember”

Dear Old Pal Of Mine; Smiles; There’s A Long, Long Trail; Keep The Home Fires Burning (‘Till The Boys Come Home); That Old Gang Of Mine; Just A Baby’s Prayer At Twilight

(6/1944)

 



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