[78-L] Dating Information Query.
glongwell at snet.net
Mon Apr 30 10:48:58 PDT 2012
The Blue Note info can be found here:
It was recorded March 4, 1944. Billboard shows the record being released the week of May 4th. I didn't look up either of the other records.
--- On Sat, 4/21/12, OKIN EARL <spats47 at ntlworld.com> wrote:
From: OKIN EARL <spats47 at ntlworld.com>
Subject: [78-L] Dating Information Query.
To: 78-l at klickitat.78online.com
Date: Saturday, April 21, 2012, 10:19 AM
I'm just looking at some records I've recently acquired and I have a
couple that I canoot date.
Maybe some of you experts can!
Any information gratefully accepted. Here are the mystery records.
BLUE NOTE: 32. James P.Johnson's Blue Note Jazzmen.
(I assume this was made in 1946?)
Blue Label US Decca: 8668.Louis Jordan.
You Can't Get That No More.
(My guess is about 1944-5?)
Hit Of The Week. B1-2. Rudy Vallée.
By The Sycamore tree.
(Im guessing around 1931?).
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