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V-Disc ("V" for Victory) NO.700 - 799, November 1946 - September 1947
Victory(勝利)から一文字取って命名されたアメリカ軍慰問のためのレコード(12インチのSP盤)

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Release - November 1946 - September 1947


NO.01_1946-11-700A1_Bing Crosby, Eddy Duchin and J. S. Trotter Orch. - There's A Small Hotel
NO.02_1946-11-700B1_Frank Sinatra, with Axel Stordahl Orch. - Come Rain Or Come Shine
NO.03_1946-11-700B2_Frank Sinatra, with Axel Stordahl Orch. -You Go To My Head
NO.04_1946-11-701B1_Benny Carter Orch. - Melodrama In A V-Disc Record Room
NO.05_1946-11-701B2_Jimmy Mundy Orch. - Airmail Special
NO.06_1946-11-702A1_Sammy Kaye Orch. - I'm A Big Girl Now
NO.07_1946-11-702A2_Sammy Kaye Orch., vocal by Billy Williams - Atlanta, GA
NO.08_1946-11-702B1_Michael Loring, baritone with Orch. cond by Morty Palitz - Oh You Gypsy
NO.09_1946-11-702B2_Michael Loring, baritone with Orch. cond by Morty Palitz - Wanderin'
NO.10_1946-11-703A1_Andre Previn - What Is This Thing Called Love?
NO.11_1946-11-703B1_Will Bradley Orch. - Boogie Woogie Nocturne & Jimtown Nocturne
NO.12_1946-11-704A1_Cootie Williams Orch. - West End Blues
NO.13_1946-11-704A2_Fletcher Henderson Orch. - Peanuts From Heaven
NO.14_1946-11-704B1_Slim Gaillard - Chicken Rhythm
NO.15_1946-11-705A1_Lee Wiley with Orch. - You Do Something To Me
NO.16_1946-11-705A2_Lee Wiley with Orch. - You'd Be So Easy To Love
NO.17_1946-11-705B1_Buddy Rich Orch. - A Little Handicap
NO.18_1946-11-705B2_King Cole Trio - Route 66
NO.19_1946-12-706A1_NBC Symphony Cond by Efrem Kurtz - Suite No. 2 Ballet Gayne Pt1 (Khachaturian)
NO.20_1946-12-707A2_NBC Symphony Cond by Efrem Kurtz - Suite No. 2 Ballet Gayne Pt2 (Khachaturian)
NO.21_1946-12-706B1_NBC Symphony Cond by Efrem Kurtz - Suite No. 2 Ballet Gayne Pt3 (Khachaturian)
NO.22_1946-12-707A1_Los Angeles Symphony Cond By Alfred Wallenstein - Castalon Overture (Le-Cid)
NO.23_1946-12-707B1_Los Angeles Symphony Cond By Alfred Wallenstein - Espana
NO.24_1946-12-708AB_Toscanini Conducting Symphony - Prelude A L'Apres-Midi D'Un Faune (Debussy)
NO.25_1946-12-710A1_Elastic Four Barber Shop Quartet - Sidewalks Of New York, Sweet Rosie O'Grady
NO.26_1946-12-710B1_Elastic Four Barber Shop Quartet - Heart Of My Heart
NO.27_1946-12-710B2_Elastic Four Barber Shop Quartet - Lazy River
NO.28_1946-12-712AB_Bing Crosby, with J. S. Trotter Orch. - Cowboy Medley
NO.29_1946-12-713A1_Roy Eldridge Orch. - I've Found A New Baby
NO.30_1946-12-713B1_Jimmy Mundy Orch. - Hello, Goodbye, Forget It


NO.01_1946-12-714A1_Eddie Heywood, with Rhythm Accompaniment - The Man I Love
NO.02_1946-12-714B1_The Benny Goodman Sextet - As Long As I Live
NO.03_1946-12-714B2_The Benny Goodman Sextet - Benny's Bugle
NO.04_1946-12-715A1_Mildred Bailey, with Paul Baron Orch. - Honeysuckle Rose
NO.05_1946-12-715A2_Mildred Bailey, with Paul Baron Orch. - Wish You Were Waitin' For Me
NO.06_1946-12-715B1_Benny Carter Orch. - I Can't Get Started
NO.07_1946-12-715B2_Harry James Orch., vocal by Buddy DeVito - And Then It's Heaven
NO.08_1947-01-716A1_Boston Symphony, cond by Serge Koussevitsky - Shostakovich Ninth Symphony Pt1
NO.09_1947-01-717A1_Boston Symphony, cond by Serge Koussevitsky - Shostakovich Ninth Symphony Pt2
NO.10_1947-01-716B1_Boston Symphony, cond by Serge Koussevitsky - Shostakovich Ninth Symphony Pt3
NO.11_1947-01-717B1_Boston Symphony, cond by Serge Koussevitsky - Shostakovich Ninth Symphony Pt4
NO.12_1947-01-718A1_Boston Symphony, cond by Serge Koussevitsky - Shostakovich Ninth Symphony Pt5
NO.13_1947-01-718B1_Henri Rene Orch., Piano Solo by Vladimir Sokoloff - Lydia
NO.14_1947-01-719A1_Benny Goodman Orch., - Put That Kiss Back Where You Found It
NO.15_1947-01-719A2_Stan Kenton Orch. - Intermission Riff
NO.16_1947-01-719B1_Raymond Scott Orch. - Boy Scout In Switzerland
NO.17_1947-01-719B2_Raymond Scott Orch. - Just A Gigolo
NO.18_1947-01-720A1_Dick Style Orch., vocal Kay Penton - Yesterdays
NO.19_1947-01-720B1_Martha Tilton, Dave Barbour Orch. - Honeyfoglin' Time
NO.20_1947-01-720B2_Peggy Lee, Dave Barbour Orch. - It's All Over Now
NO.21_1947-01-721A1_Paul Nero Orch. - Pitzi Cats
NO.22_1947-01-721A2_Paul Nero Orch. - The Hot Canary
NO.23_1947-01-721B1_Claude Thornhill Orch. - Twilight On The Trail
NO.24_1947-01-722A1_Bea Wain, Ray Block Orch. - You Made Me Love You
NO.25_1947-01-722B1_Frank Sinatra, Axel Stordahl Orch. - Begin The Beguine
NO.26_1947-01-722B2_Frank Sinatra, Axel Stordahl Orch. - That Old Black Magic
NO.27_1947-01-723A1_Duke Ellington Orch. - I'm Checkin' Out, Goom-Bye
NO.28_1947-01-723A2_Duke Ellington Orch. - Tootin' Through The Roof
NO.29_1947-01-723B1_Kid Ory and his Band - High Society
NO.30_1947-01-724A1_Fletcher Henderson and his Band - Pixie From Dixie


NO.01_1947-01-724A2_Jack Jenney and his Band - City Nights
NO.02_1947-01-724B1_Jack Teagarden Orch. - Wolverine Blues
NO.03_1947-01-724B2_Jack Teagarden Orch., vocal by Jack Teagarden - On Revival Day
NO.04_1947-01-725A1_Sammy Kaye Orch., vocal by Mary Marlowe - The Gypsy
NO.05_1947-01-725A2_Sammy Kaye Orch., vocal by Nancy Norman - Doon N'Dee
NO.06_1947-01-725B1_Wayne King Orch. - All Alone
NO.07_1947-01-725B2_Wayne King Orch. - What'll I Do
NO.08_1947-02-726A1_NBC Symphony Conducted by Efrem Kurtz - Sunday In Brooklyn Pt1 (Siegmeister)
NO.09_1947-02-727A1_NBC Symphony Conducted by Efrem Kurtz - Sunday In Brooklyn Pt2 (Siegmeister)
NO.10_1947-02-726B1_NBC Symphony Conducted by Efrem Kurtz - Sunday In Brooklyn Pt3 (Siegmeister)
NO.11_1947-02-727B1_Michel Piastro and Orch. - Waltzes by Brahms
NO.12_1947-02-728A1_Andre Kostelanetz Orch. - Souvenirs
NO.13_1947-02-728B1_Elliot Lawrence Orch. - Rhapsody In Blue
NO.14_1947-02-729A1_Bing Crosby and the Charioteers, J. S. Trotter Orch. - Medly From The-Fleets-In
NO.15_1947-02-729B1_Hoagy Carmichael Sings and Plays Piano - Old Spinning Wheel & Huggin' And Chalkin'
NO.16_1947-02-730A1_Ella Fitzgerald and her V-Disc Boys - I'll See You In My Dreams
NO.17_1947-02-730B1_Muggsy Spanier and his Band - Royal Garden Blues
NO.18_1947-02-731A1_Artie Shaw Orch. - Summertime (From Porgy-And-Bess)
NO.19_1947-02-731B1_Benny Goodman Orch. - Bolero
NO.20_1947-02-731B2_Benny Goodman Orch. - Homeward Bound
NO.21_1947-02-732A1_Dick Style Orch., vocal by Jerry Vannie - Save Me A Dream
NO.22_1947-02-732A2_Gladys Goodding at the Hammond Organ - Mood Music
NO.23_1947-02-732B1_Dick Style Orch. - Short Story
NO.24_1947-02-732B2_Jan August, His Piano and Trio - Miserlou
NO.25_1947-02-733A1_Raymond Scott Orch. - Get Happy
NO.26_1947-02-733A2_Raymond Scott Orch. - The Peanut Vendor
NO.27_1947-02-734A1_Gordon Jenkins Orch. - Deep Night & Tick-Tally Roo & I Want To Be Happy
NO.28_1947-02-734B1_Paul Nero Orch. - Ellington Medley
NO.29_1947-02-735A1_Lennie Tristano and his Trio - I Can't Get Started
NO.30_1947-02-735A2_Lennie Tristano and his Trio - Night In Tunisia


NO.01_1947-02-735B1_Errol Garner At the Piano - Laura
NO.02_1947-02-735B2_Errol Garner At the Piano - Yesterdays
NO.03_1947-03-736A1_Efrem Kurtz Conducting NBC Symphony - Adagio Cantabile Pt1 (Tschaikowsky)
NO.04_1947-03-736B1_Efrem Kurtz Conducting NBC Symphony - Adagio Cantabile Pt2 (Tschaikowsky)
NO.05_1947-03-737A1_Vladimir Golschmann Cond - Fourth Movement Of Symphony No.5 Pt1 (Shostakovich)
NO.06_1947-03-737B1_Vladimir Golschmann Cond - Fourth Movement Of Symphony No.5 Pt2 (Shostakovich)
NO.07_1947-03-738A1_NBC Symphony Conducted by Efrem Kurtz - Excerpts From Petrouchka (Stravinsky)
NO.08_1947-03-738B1_Henri Rene Orch. - Rainbow's Ends (Beethoven's Adagio From Sonata Pathetique)
NO.09_1947-03-739A1_Bobby Sherwood Orch. - Sherwood's Forest
NO.10_1947-03-739A2_Matt Dennis, Paul Weston Orch. - Just Squeeze Me
NO.11_1947-03-739B1_Billy Butterfield Orch., vocal by Pat O'Connor - Sonner Or Later
NO.12_1947-03-739B2_Jack Jenny, his Trombone and Orch. - The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise
NO.13_1947-03-740A1_Dave Matthews and his V-Disc Jammers - Five O'Clock Drag
NO.14_1947-03-740A2_Dave Matthews and his V-Disc Jammers - Snarehead
NO.15_1947-03-740B1_Bud Freeman and the Boys - Coquette
NO.16_1947-03-741A1_Bud Abbott and Lou Costello - Baseball Routine
NO.17_1947-03-741B1_Gladys Goodding, Ebbets Field - Baseball Medley
NO.18_1947-03-742A1_Duke Ellington Orch., Lawrence Brown on Trombone - The Golden Cress
NO.19_1947-03-742B1_Duke Ellington Orch. featuring Johnny Hodges on Alto Sax - Sultry Sunset
NO.20_1947-03-743A1_Fats Waller at the Organ - Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
NO.21_1947-03-743B1_Buddy Weed and his Trio - I Hate Myself
NO.22_1947-03-743B2_Buddy Weed and his Trio - Whoops A Doodle
NO.23_1947-03-744A1_Count Basie Orch. - B Flat Blues
NO.24_1947-03-744A2_Count Basie Orch. - San Jose
NO.25_1947-03-744B1_Gene Krupa and his Trio - Stompin' At The Savoy
NO.26_1947-03-745A1_Elliot Lawrence Orch., vocal by Rosalind Patton - Willie
NO.27_1947-03-745B1_Former Musician 1/c Sam Donahue - Bugle Call Rag
NO.28_1947-04-746A1_Anahid Ajemian (Vn) Eleanor Gough (P) - Sonata No.3 for Violin And Piano (Debussy)
NO.29_1947-04-746B1_Anahid Ajemian (Vn) Eleanor Gough (P) - Sonata No.3 for Violin And Piano (Debussy)
NO.30_1947-04-747AB_Al Goodman Orch. - Duel In The Sun (Tiomkin)


NO.01_1947-04-748A1_Elliot Lawrence Orch. - Clair De Lune (Debussy)
NO.02_1947-04-748B1_Alec Wilder Octet - Dance Man Buys A Farm
NO.03_1947-04-748B2_Alec Wilder Octet - Kindergarten Flower Pageant
NO.04_1947-04-749AB_Frank Sinatra, with Alec Wilder Orch. - Soliloquy (From Carousel)
NO.05_1947-04-750AB_Duke Ellington Orch. - Deep South Suite
NO.06_1947-04-751A1_Artie Shaw, vocal by Mel Torme and the Meltones - What Is This Thing Called Love
NO.07_1947-04-751A2_Ray Noble Orch., vocals by Buddy Clark and Anita Gordon - Linda
NO.08_1947-04-751B1_Les Paul and his Trio - It's The Talk Of The Town
NO.09_1947-04-751B2_Les Paul and his Trio - I've Found A New Baby
NO.10_1947-04-752A1_Buddy Weed Trio - Ready To Go Steady
NO.11_1947-04-752A2_Buddy Weed Trio - What's Good Enough For My Baby
NO.12_1947-04-752B1_Woody Herman Stars - John Hardy's Wife
NO.13_1947-04-753A1_Sidney Bechet and his V-Discers - Bechet Parades The Blues
NO.14_1947-04-753B1_Muggsy Spanier and the V-Disc Dixielanders - You Took Advantage Of Me
NO.15_1947-04-754A1_Buddy Clark, with Mitchell Ayres Orch. - How Are Things In Glocca Morra
NO.16_1947-04-754A2_Claude Thornhill Orch., vocal by Buddy Hughes - I Knew You When
NO.17_1947-04-754B1_1946 Metronome Winners, Frank Sinatra vocalist - Sweet Lorraine
NO.18_1947-04-754B2_1946 Metronome Winners, featuring June Christy and King Cole - Nat Meets June
NO.19_1947-04-755A1_Perry Como, with Russ Case Orch. - Garden In The Rain
NO.20_1947-04-755A2_Perry Como, with Russ Case Orch. - Girl Of My Dreams
NO.21_1947-04-755B1_Jo Stafford and her V-Disc Boys - Lonesome Road
NO.22_1947-05-756A1_Fritz Reiner Cond NBC Symphony - Symphony From Mathis Der Maler Pt1 (Hindemith)
NO.23_1947-05-757A1_Fritz Reiner Cond NBC Symphony - Symphony From Mathis Der Maler Pt2 (Hindemith)
NO.24_1947-05-756B1_Fritz Reiner Cond NBC Symphony - Symphony From Mathis Der Maler Pt3 (Hindemith)
NO.25_1947-05-757B1_Fritz Reiner Cond NBC Symphony - Symphony From Mathis Der Maler Pt4 (Hindemith)
NO.26_1947-05-758A1_Fritz Reiner Cond NBC Symphony - Symphony From Mathis Der Maler Pt5 (Hindemith)
NO.27_1947-05-758B1_Ferruccio Tagliavini - Che Gelida Manina (From La-Boheme Puccini)
NO.28_1947-05-759AB_Duke Ellington Orch. - Deep South Suite Pt3&4
NO.29_1947-05-760A1_Louis Armstrong Orch. B. Holiday - Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
NO.30_1947-05-760B1_Benny Goodman Orch., vocal by Liza Morrow - Who's Sorry Now


NO.01_1947-05-761A1_Catalina Sextette - Skrontch
NO.02_1947-05-761A2_Catalina Sextette - The Sphinx
NO.03_1947-05-761B1_Woody Herman Orch. - Jones Beachhead
NO.04_1947-05-762A1_Connie Boswell, V-Disc Men, Featuring the Paulette Sisters - Bell Bottom Trousers
NO.05_1947-05-762B1_Sam Donahue and his (Navy) Band - You Was Right Baby
NO.06_1947-05-763A1_Frank Sinatra, with Axel Stordahl Orch. - I Want To Thank Your Folks
NO.07_1947-05-763A2_Frank Sinatra, with Axel Stordahl Orch. - You Can Take My Word For It Baby
NO.08_1947-05-763B1_Al Jolson, with Skitch Henderson Orch. - Swanee
NO.09_1947-05-763B2_Bing Crosby and Al Jolson - The One I Love Belongs To Somebody Else
NO.10_1947-05-764A1_Jan August, His Piano and Rhythm - Babalu
NO.11_1947-05-764A2_Lester Young and his Tenor Sax - Lester Leaps In
NO.12_1947-05-764A3_The King Sisters - When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano
NO.13_1947-05-764B1_Nat Jaffee and the V-Disc Jumpers, Nat Jaffee at the Piano - The Jeep's Jumpin'
NO.14_1947-05-765B1_Carmen Cavallaro and his Rhythm - I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me
NO.15_1947-05-765B2_Carmen Cavallaro and his Rhythm - I Can't Give You Anything But Love Baby
NO.16_1947-06-766AB_Maro Ajemian at the Piano, Alan Hevhaness conducting - Lousadzak Pt1&2
NO.17_1947-06-767AB_Maro Ajemian at the Piano, Alan Hevhaness conducting - Lousadzak Pt3&4
NO.18_1947-06-768A1_Ferruccio Tagllanini - E Lucivan Le Stelle (From La-Tosca Puccini)
NO.19_1947-06-768B1_James Smith, Trumpet Soloist Alan Hovhaness conducting - Prayer For St. Gregory
NO.20_1947-06-769A1_The Three Suns - Beatrice
NO.21_1947-06-769A2_The Three Suns - If I Had My Life To Live Over
NO.22_1947-06-769B1_Chuck Foster Orch. - Managua Nicaragua
NO.23_1947-06-769B2_Ted Weems Orch., whistling by Elmo Tanner - Heartaches
NO.24_1947-06-770A1_Joe Mooney Quartet - Tea For Two
NO.25_1947-06-770B1_Eddie Heywood and his Group - Just You, Just Me
NO.26_1947-06-770B2_Eddie Heywood and his Group - Save Your Sorrow For Tomorrow
NO.27_1947-06-771A1_Louis Armstrong, with Edmund Hall and his Cafe Society Band - Black and Blue
NO.28_1947-06-771B1_Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong Orch. - Don't Explain
NO.29_1947-06-772A1_Jack Teagarden and his Trombone - Body And Soul
NO.30_1947-06-772B1_Margaret Bailey, with Ellis Larkins' Trio - I'll Close My Eyes & That Ain't Right


NO.01_1947-06-773A1_Al Jolson with Orch. - Mammy
NO.02_1947-06-773A2_Bing Crosby, Dick Haymes, Dennis Day, Phil Harris Orch. - Bing Crosby Fluff
NO.03_1947-06-773B1_Jimmy Brown, with Bob Haggart and Band - Mam'selle
NO.04_1947-06-774A1_Bobby Hackett on Cornet, Bobby Hackett Orch. - Singin' The Blues
NO.05_1947-06-774A2_Ray Noble Orch., Trumpet Chorus by the Late Lt. Harry Johnson - A Handful Of Stars
NO.06_1947-06-774B1_Red Nichols on Trumpet, Glen Gray Orch. - Dancing On The Ceiling
NO.07_1947-06-775A1_Ella Fitzgerald and Buddy RIch Orch. - Budella (Blue Skies)
NO.08_1947-06-775B1_Buddy RIch Orch. - Daily Double
NO.09_1947-07-776AB_Norwalk Symphony, - V-Disc Pops Concert Pt 1
NO.10_1947-07-777AB_Norwalk Symphony, - V-Disc Pops Concert Pt 2
NO.11_1947-07-778AB_Fritz Reiner conducting CBS Symphony - A Night On Bald Mountain (Moussorgsky)
NO.12_1947-07-779A1_Benny Goodman and his Band - Rachel's Dream
NO.13_1947-07-779A2_Benny Goodman and his Band - Ten Days With Baby
NO.14_1947-07-779B1_Buddy Rich Orch. - What Is This Thing Called Love
NO.15_1947-07-780A1_Al Jolson - Lazy
NO.16_1947-07-780A2_Bing Crosby - Country Style
NO.17_1947-07-780A3_Irving Berlin, with J. S. Trotter Orch. - Oh, How I Hate To Get Up In The Morning
NO.18_1947-07-780B1_Ray Eberle Orch., vocals by Ray Eberle - It's the Same Old Dream
NO.19_1947-07-780B2_Ray Eberle Orch., vocals by Ray Eberle - Stella By Starlight
NO.20_1947-07-781A1_New York Stars - Jammin' On A V-Disc
NO.21_1947-07-781B1_Bob Haggart and his Boys - Stand Still Stanley
NO.22_1947-07-782A1_Larry Carr with Buddy Weed Trio - If I Had You
NO.23_1947-07-782A2_Larry Carr with Buddy Weed Trio - Old Devil Moon
NO.24_1947-07-782B1_Lena Horne, Charlie Spivak Orch. - Deed I Do
NO.25_1947-07-782B2_Lena Horne, Charlie Spivak Orch. - I Can't GIve You Anything But Love
NO.26_1947-07-783A1_Buddy Weed Trio - Weedin' The Rhapsody
NO.27_1947-07-783B1_Clark Terry and his Section Eights - Phalanges
NO.28_1947-07-783B2_Clark Terry and his Section Eights - Sleep
NO.29_1947-07-784A1_Louis Armstrong and Art Ford - Reminiscin' With Louis
NO.30_1947-07-784B1_Louis Armstrong, Jack Teagarden, Sidney Catlett - Ain't Misbehavin'


NO.01_1947-07-785A1_The Three Suns - Good-Bye Girls I'm Through
NO.02_1947-07-785B1_Dick Haymes - I'll Forget You
NO.03_1947-07-785B2_Dick Haymes - Mother Machree
NO.04_1947-08-786A1_Andre Kostelanetz Orch. - Andante (Overture to Romeo and Juliet) Tschaikowsky
NO.05_1947-08-786B1_Al Goodman Orch. - Undercurrent (Themes on Brahms 3rd Symphony)
NO.06_1947-08-787A1_Bill Gale and his Polka Cats - Krakowiak Polka
NO.07_1947-08-787A2_Bill Gale and his Polka Cats - Three Ring Polka
NO.08_1947-08-787B1_Roy Rogers - Cajon Stomp
NO.09_1947-08-787B2_Roy Rogers - Tumbling Tumbleweeds
NO.10_1947-08-788A1_Ferruccio Tagliavini with Donald Voorhees Orch - Le Reve (Manon-Massenet)
NO.11_1947-08-788A2_Ferruccio Tagliavini with Donald Voorhees Orch. - O Paridiso (Lafricana-Meyerbeer)
NO.12_1947-08-788B1_Mona Paulee with Andre Kostelanetz Orch. - Romany Lee
NO.13_1947-08-789A1_Maurice Chevalier with Henri Rene Orch. - Ma Pomme
NO.14_1947-08-789A2_Maurice Chevalier with Henri Rene Orch. - Vingt Ans
NO.15_1947-08-789B1_Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl Orchesra - I Fall In Love With You Every Day
NO.16_1947-08-789B2_Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl Orch. - Where Is My Bess
NO.17_1947-08-790A1_Claude Thornhill and Orch. - Troubador
NO.18_1947-08-790B1_Buddy Rich and the Band - Nellie's Nightmare
NO.19_1947-08-791A1_Dick Farney - Somebody Loves Me
NO.20_1947-08-791A2_Slam Stewart on Bass, Dick Farney at Piano - These Foolish Things
NO.21_1947-08-792A1_Red Norvo and his Overseas Group - Purple Feathers
NO.22_1947-08-792B1_Peanuts Hucko, his clarinet and his V-Disc Men - Someday Sweetheart
NO.23_1947-08-792B2_Peanuts Hucko, his clarinet and his V-Disc Men - Stolen Peanuts
NO.24_1947-08-793A1_Eddie Heywood (Piano), Roy Ross (Organ) - Jitterbug Waltz (Memory Fats Waller)
NO.25_1947-08-793B1_Les Paul Trio - 4 Songs
NO.26_1947-08-794A1_Kay Penton, with Tad Dameron and Group - Don't Mention Love To Me
NO.27_1947-08-794A2_Kay Penton, with Tad Dameron and Group - I Think I'll Go Away
NO.28_1947-08-794B1_Catalina Sextette - Now Hear This
NO.29_1947-08-794B2_Catalina Sextette - Undecided
NO.30_1947-08-795A1_Duke Ellington and his Men - On The Sunny Side Of The Street


NO.01_1947-08-795A2_Duke Ellington and his Men - Sophisticated Lady
NO.02_1947-08-795B1_Duke Ellington and his Men - I Can't Give You Anything But Love
NO.03_1947-09-796A1_Bing Crosby, Skitch Henderson Orch. - Adeste Fidelis
NO.04_1947-09-796B1_Bing Crosby, Skitch Henderson Orch - The Christmas Song and Jingle Bells
NO.05_1947-09-797A1_Bing Crosby - Silent Night
NO.06_1947-09-797A2_Bing Crosby - White Christmas
NO.07_1947-09-797B1_Dick Haymes - Let It Snow
NO.08_1947-09-797B2_Helen Forrest - I'm Glad I Waited For You
NO.09_1947-09-798A1_Ferruccio Tagliavini, with Donald Voorhees Orch. - Una Furtiva Lagrima (Donizetti)
NO.10_1947-09-798B1_Maurice Chevalier, with Henri Rene Orch. - Place Pigalle
NO.11_1947-09-798B2_Maurice Chevalier, with Henri Rene Orch. - Quai de Bercy
NO.12_1947-09-799A1_Peanuts Hucko and his V-Disc Men - I Must Have That Man
NO.13_1947-09-799A2_Slam Stewart on Bass, Dick Farney at Piano - Worth Duckin'


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