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- The Pied Pipers All The Things You Are - Clark Dennis In its original (1947) configuration, Jerome Kern's Music was a 78-rpm album that contained four discs.The 78-rpm discs in the album were numbered 10072, 10073, 10074, and 10075.
Readers who do not know an album's release year but who do know the album's title will hopefully be aware of the existence of a handy "Find/Search" engine in their computers' browsers (generally located at the top left of the screen, under the "Edit" menu).The songs on discs #10009 and #10010 come from a November 16, 1943 date in which Peggy Lee did participate. Jack Teagarden fulfilled the vocal role in that date.) The songs on discs #1011 and #10112 come from the January 7, 1944 session in which Lee was the featured vocalist.General Comments About This Index All albums are listed chronologically by year of release.By all indications, New American Jazz was a popular album. I believe that it also sold well, although I have no factual confirmation on the matter.
(Because I have come across album copies with the words "second printing November 1944," I am under the impression that Capitol ran out of its first 'printing' within the first year of release.) The four 78-rpm discs found in New American Jazz are: 10009: "Clambake In B-Flat" (instrumental) / "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry" (vocal by Jack Teagarden)10010: "Casanova's Lament" (vocal by Jack Teagarden) / "In My Solitude" (instrumental)10111: "Sugar" (instrumental) / "Ain't Goin' No Place" ("blues vocal" by Peggy Lee)10112 "Someday, Sweetheart" (instrumental) / "That Old Feeling" (vocal by Peggy Lee)All eight sides are credited to The Capitol Jazzmen.
DRG would thus be an ideal candidate to issue the Kern and De Sylva albums, too.