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1945


Date: January 22, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa & the Band That Swings With Strings
Murray Williams (cl, as), Francis Antonelli (as), Andy Pino, Charlie Ventura (ts), Stuart Olsen (bar), Bill Conrad, Don Fagerquist, Tony Russo, Joe Triscari (t), Leon Cox, Bill Cully, Pullman ‘Tommy’ Pederson (tb), Ed Yance (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Clyde Newcombe (b), Gene Krupa, Louis Zito (d), Ray Biondi, Teddy Blume, Victor Pariante, Jerome Reisler, Jacob Shulman (vn), George Grosman, Paul Powell (vl), Julius Ehrenworth (vc), Jerry Duane, Dave Lambert, Lillian Lane, Buddy Stewart (v)

HCO-1231-1 Leave Us Leap
(Finckel)
Columbia 78 10″: 36802 — Leave Us Leap/Dark Eyes
Joker LP 12″: SM-3616 — Gene Krupa
Columbia LP 12″: CL-753 — Gene Krupa (1955)
Harmony LP 12″: HL-7252 — The Gene Krupa Story In Music (1960)
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man(1963)
Columbia LP 12″: JCL-753 — Gene Krupa (1973)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
Columbia EP 7″: B-138 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1947)
Columbia 78 10″: C-138 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1947)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2543 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1957)
Columbia LP 10″: CL-6017 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1948)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-203 — In Disco Order Volume 16
Columbia 78 10″: 37531 — Drum Boogie/Leave Us Leap
Sony Music Special Products LP 12″: ST-BB12 — Big Bands – Gene Krupa (1984)
Sony Music Special Products CD: A-17587/R960-13 — Big Bands – Gene Krupa (1993)
HCO-1232-1 I Should Care – vJD, DL, LL, BS
(Stordahl, Weston, Cahn)
Columbia 78 10″: 36784 — I Should Care/Cry And You Cry Alone
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-203 — In Disco Order Volume 16
HCO-1233-1 Cry And You Cry Alone – vJD, LL
(Cahn, Styne)
Columbia 78 10″: 36784 — I Should Care/Cry And You Cry Alone
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-203 — In Disco Order Volume 16
HCO-1234-1 What’s This? – vDL, BS
(Lambert)
Columbia 78 10″: 36819 — That Drummer’s Band/What’s This?
Columbia 78 10″: 37870 — What’s This?/No Name Jive
Columbia EP 7″: B-2001 — Gene Krupa’s Sidekicks Vol. 3 (1955)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Joker LP 12″: SM-3616 — Gene Krupa
Columbia LP 12″: CL-641 — Gene Krupa’s Sidekicks (1955)
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man (1963)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)

Date: March 8, 1945
Location: Hollywood, CA
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa Jazz Trio
Charlie Ventura (ts), Teddy Napoleon (p), Gene Krupa (d)

HCO-1292-1 Dark Eyes
(Traditional)
Columbia 78 10″: 36802 — Leave Us Leap/Dark Eyes
Columbia 78 10″: 38147 — After You’ve Gone/Dark Eyes (1948)
Columbia EP 7″: B-1616 — Spotlite (1952)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2001 — Gene Krupa’s Sidekicks Vol. 3 (1955)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Joker LP 12″: SM-3616 — Gene Krupa
Columbia LP 12″: CL-641 — Gene Krupa’s Sidekicks (1955)
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man (1963)
Columbia LP 12″: CJ-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1998)
Columbia CD: CK-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1988)
Columbia 45 7″: 13-33283 — Dark Eyes/After You’ve Gone (1975)
Columbia 78 10″: 50025 — After You’ve Gone/Dark Eyes
Columbia 45 7″: 4-50025 — After You’ve Gone/Dark Eyes (1954)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2519 — Gene Krupa Jazz Trio (1957)
Columbia LP 12″: CB-4 — Jazz At Columbia – Swing
HCO-1293-1A Body And Soul
(Green, Heyman, Sour, Eyton)
Columbia 78 10″: 38214 — Stompin’ At The Savoy/Body And Soul (1948)
Columbia 45 7″: 4-38214 — Stompin’ At The Savoy/Body And Soul (1950)
Columbia LP 10″: CL-6066 — Gene Krupa Dance Parade (1949)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Joker LP 12″: SM-3616 — Gene Krupa
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man (1963)
Columbia Musical Treasuries LP 12″: P2M-5267 — The Great Bands (1968)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2519 — Gene Krupa Jazz Trio (1957)
Disc 78 12″: 2500 — Stompin’ At The Savoy/Body And Soul
HCO-1293-2
[alternate]
Body And Soul
(Green, Heyman, Sour, Eyton)
Columbia LP 12″: CJ-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1998)
Columbia CD: CK-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1988)

Date: June 1, 1945
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa Jazz Trio
Charlie Ventura (ts), George Walters (p), Gene Krupa (d)

CO-34921-1 Stompin’ At The Savoy
(Sampson, Webb, Goodman, Razaf)
Columbia 78 10″: 38214 — Stompin’ At The Savoy/Body And Soul (1948)
Columbia 45 7″: 4-38214 — Stompin’ At The Savoy/Body And Soul (1950)
Columbia LP 10″: CL-6066 — Gene Krupa Dance Parade (1949)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2519 — Gene Krupa Jazz Trio (1957)
CO-34921-4
[alternate]
Stompin’ At The Savoy
(Sampson, Webb, Goodman, Razaf)
Columbia LP 12″: CJ-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1998)
Columbia CD: CK-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1988)

Date: June 9, 1945
Location: Town Hall, New York City, NY
Label: Commodore

Gene Krupa-Charlie Ventura Trio
Charlie Ventura (ts), George Walters (p), Gene Krupa (d)

A-4973/D-845
[live]
Stompin’ At The Savoy
(Sampson, Webb, Goodman, Razaf)
Jazztone LP 12″: J-1219 — Jazz Concert (1956)
Mainstream LP 12″: 5-6004 — Town Hall Concert (1964)
Disc 78 12″: 2500 — Stompin’ At The Savoy/Body And Soul
A-4974/D-847-1
[live]
Body And Soul
(Green, Heyman, Sour, Eyton)
Jazztone LP 12″: J-1219 — Jazz Concert (1956)
Mainstream LP 12″: 5-6018 — Town Hall Concert – Volume 2 (1964)
Holiday 78 10″: 4001 — Body And Soul Pt. 1/Body And Soul Pt. 2
A-4975
[live]
Limehouse Blues
(Braham, Furber)
Mainstream LP 12″: 5-6018 — Town Hall Concert – Volume 2 (1964)

All titles also on:
Commodore LP 12″: CCL-7006 — Town Hall Concert 1945
Atlantic LP 12″: SD2-310 — The Commodore Years: Town Hall Jazz Concert 1945 (1973)
Commodore CD: CCD-7006 — Town Hall Concert 1945 (1988)


Date: June 11, 1945
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa Jazz Trio
Charlie Ventura (ts), George Walters (p), Gene Krupa (d)

CO-34935-1 Three Men On Third
(Krupa, Ventura, Walters)
Columbia LP 12″: CJ-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1998)
Columbia CD: CK-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1988)
CO-34936-5
[alternate]
Limehouse Blues
(Braham, Furber)
Columbia LP 12″: CJ-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1998)
Columbia CD: CK-44222 — The 1940’s – The Small Groups: New Directions (1988)
CO-34936-6 Limehouse Blues
(Braham, Furber)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)

Date: June 14, 1945
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Murray Williams (cl, as), Johnny Bothwell (as), Steve Benoric, Charlie Ventura (ts), Stuart Olson (bar), Don Fagerquist, Vince Hughes, Tony Russo, Joe Triscari (t), Leon Cox, Bill Cully, Pullman ‘Tommy’ Pederson (tb), Ed Yance (g), George Walters (p), Harry Babasin (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Buddy Stewart (v)

CO-34970-1B A Tender Word Will Mend It All – vBS
(Fisher, Roberts)
Columbia 78 10″: 36846 — Along The Navajo Trail/A Tender Word Will Mend It All
CO-34971-2B Along The Navajo Trail – vBS
(Markes, Charles, DeLange)
Columbia 78 10″: 36846 — Along The Navajo Trail/A Tender Word Will Mend It All
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-34972-1B It’s Up To You
(Finckel)
Columbia 78 10″: 38296 — It’s Up To You/It’s Whatcha Do With Whatcha Got (1948)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)

All titles also on:
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17


Date: June 19, 1945
Location: NBC Studios, New York City, NY
Label: V-Disc

Gene Krupa Jazz Trio
Charlie Ventura (ts), George Walters (p), Gene Krupa (d)

VP-1400 Dark Eyes
(Traditional)
V-Disc 78 12″: 507-B — Dark Eyes/Wire Brush Stomp (1945)
Giants Of Jazz LP 12″: GOJ-10069 — Ace Drummer Man (1978)
VP-1400 Wire Brush Stomp
(Krupa, Biondi)
V-Disc 78 12″: 507-B — Dark Eyes/Wire Brush Stomp (1945)
Giants Of Jazz LP 12″: GOJ-10069 — Ace Drummer Man (1978)
JDB-298 Stompin’ At The Savoy
(Sampson, Webb, Goodman, Razaf)
V-Disc 78 12″: 744-B — Stompin’ At The Savoy (1947)
JDB-299 The Man I Love
(Gershwin, Gershwin)
Classics CD: 1143 [FR] — The Chronogical Classics: Gene Krupa And His Orchestra – 1945 (2000)
JDB-299 #10 Richie Drive
(Krupa)
Classics CD: 1143 [FR] — The Chronogical Classics: Gene Krupa And His Orchestra – 1945 (2000)
I Got Rhythm
(Gershwin, Gershwin)
unissued

Date: August 15, 1945
Location: Hotel Astor roof, New York City, NY
Label: V-Disc

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Johnny Bothwell, Adrian Tei (as), Charlie Kennedy, Charlie Ventura (ts), Stuart Olson (bar), Don Fagerquist, Vince Hughes, Tony Russo, Joe Triscari (t), Leon Cox, Bill Cully, Pullman ‘Tommy’ Pederson (tb), Ed Yance (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Anita O’Day (v)

VP-1515 Jose Gonzales – vAO
(Evans)
V-Disc 78 12″: 543-B — Jose Gonzales/Oh, Hot Dawg (1945)
Giants Of Jazz LP 12″: GOJ-10069 — Ace Drummer Man (1978)
VP-1515 Oh, Hot Dawg – vAO
(Krupa, Biondi)
Time/Life LP 12″: R139-37/OP-4537 — V-DISC: The Songs That Went To War (1992)
V-Disc 78 12″: 543-B — Jose Gonzales/Oh, Hot Dawg (1945)
Giants Of Jazz LP 12″: GOJ-10069 — Ace Drummer Man (1978)
VP-1618 Just A Little Fond Affection
(Box, Cox, Ilda)
V-Disc 78 12″: 585-B — Just A Little Fond Affection (1946)
This Is It
(Schwartz, Fields)
unissued
It’s Up To You
(Finckel)
unissued
Tuxedo Junction
(Feyne, Hawkins, Johnson, Dash)
unissued

Date: August 21, 1945
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Johnny Bothwell, Adrian Tei (as), Charlie Kennedy, Charlie Ventura (ts), Stuart Olson (bar), Don Fagerquist, Vince Hughes, Tony Russo, Joe Triscari (t), Leon Cox, Bill Cully, Pullman ‘Tommy’ Pederson (tb), Ed Yance (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Anita O’Day, Buddy Stewart (v)

CO-35109-1 I Don’t Want To Be Loved (By Anyone Else But You) – vBS
(Symes, Livingston)
Columbia 78 10″: 36862 — (Did You Ever Get) That Feeling In The Moonlight/I Don’t Want To Be Loved (By Anyone Else But You)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-35110-1 Opus No. 1 – vAO
(Oliver, Garris)
Columbia 78 10″: 37224 — Opus No. 1/Valse Triste
Columbia 45 7″: 4-37224 — Opus No. 1/Valse Triste
Columbia LP 10″: CL-6066 — Gene Krupa Dance Parade (1949)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Columbia LP 12″: GB-4 — Winner’s Circle
Joker LP 12″: SM-3616 — Gene Krupa
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man (1963)
Columbia LP 12″: KG-32663 — Gene Krupa, His Orchestra And Anita O’Day Featuring Roy Eldridge (1974)
Columbia LP 12″: JC-36580 — Let’s Dance (1980)
Columbia CD: CK-65625 — Let Me Off Uptown! (1999)
V-Disc 78 12″: 555-A — Opus 1 (1945)
Columbia 78 10″: 50052 — Disc Jockey Jump/Opus No.1
Columbia 45 7″: 4-50052 — Disc Jockey Jump/Opus No. 1 (1954)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2520 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra Featuring Anita O’Day (1957)
Columbia 45 7″: 13-33294 — Disc Jockey Jump/Opus One (1975)
CO-35111-1 (Did You Ever Get) That Feeling In The Moonlight – vAO, BS
(Cavanaugh, Stock, Schuster)
Columbia 78 10″: 36862 — (Did You Ever Get) That Feeling In The Moonlight/I Don’t Want To Be Loved (By Anyone Else But You)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Columbia LP 12″: KG-32663 — Gene Krupa, His Orchestra And Anita O’Day Featuring Roy Eldridge (1974)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-35112-1 Just A Little Fond Affection – vBS
(Box, Cox, Ilda)
Columbia 78 10″: 36877 — Just A Little Fond Affection/Chickery Chick
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
CO-35113-1 Boogie Blues – vAO
(Krupa, Biondi)
Columbia 78 10″: 36986 — Boogie Blues/Lover
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Joker LP 12″: SM-3616 — Gene Krupa
Columbia Musical Treasuries LP 12″: P7S-5122 — Big Bands Revisited
Columbia LP 12″: CL-753 — Gene Krupa (1955)
Harmony LP 12″: HL-7252 — The Gene Krupa Story In Music (1960)
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man (1963)
Columbia LP 12″: JCL-753 — Gene Krupa (1973)
Columbia LP 12″: KG-32663 — Gene Krupa, His Orchestra And Anita O’Day Featuring Roy Eldridge (1974)
Columbia LP 12″: JC-36742 — Dance The Night Away (1980)
Murray Hill/CSP LP 12″: M-61358 — Boogie Woogie (1983)
Columbia CD: CK-65625 — Let Me Off Uptown! (1999)
Columbia Musical Treasuries LP 12″: P2M-5193 — The Best of The Big Bands (1968)
Columbia EP 7″: B-138 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1947)
Columbia 78 10″: C-138 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1947)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2520 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra Featuring Anita O’Day (1957)
Columbia LP 10″: CL-6017 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1948)
Columbia 78 10″: 37530 — Tuxedo Junction/Boogie Blues
CO-35113-2
[alternate]
Boogie Blues – vAO
(Krupa, Biondi)
Sony Music Special Products LP 12″: ST-BB12 — Big Bands – Gene Krupa (1984)
Sony Music Special Products CD: A-17587/R960-13 — Big Bands – Gene Krupa (1993)

Date: September 26, 1945
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Bill Hitz, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Kennedy, Charlie Ventura (ts), Sid Brown (bar), Don Fagerquist, Vince Hughes, Tony Russo, Pincus “Pinky” Savitt (t), Leon Cox, Andy Parker, Dick Taylor (tb), Frank Worrell (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Anita O’Day, Buddy Stewart (v)

CO-35239-1 Chickery Chick – vAO
(Lippman, Dee)
Columbia 78 10″: 36877 — Just A Little Fond Affection/Chickery Chick
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Columbia LP 12″: KG-32663 — Gene Krupa, His Orchestra And Anita O’Day Featuring Roy Eldridge (1974)
Columbia Musical Treasuries LP 12″: P2M-5193 — The Best of The Big Bands (1968)
CO-35240-1 In The Middle Of May – vAO, BS
(Stillman, Ahlert)
Columbia LP 12″: KG-32663 — Gene Krupa, His Orchestra And Anita O’Day Featuring Roy Eldridge (1974)
CO-35241-1 Change Your Mind – vBS
(Canning, Willis)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-35242-1 Lover
(Rodgers, Hart)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-211 — In Disco Order Volume 17
Joker LP 12″: SM-3616 — Gene Krupa
Harmony LP 12″: HL-7252 — The Gene Krupa Story In Music (1960)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2543 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1957)
CO-35243-1 Are These Really Mine? – vBS
(Sunny Skylar)
Columbia 78 10″: 36890 — Harriet (A Western Novelty Song)/Are These Really Mine?
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)

Date: October 23, 1945
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Don Fagerquist, Vince Hughes, Tony Russo, Pincus “Pinky” Savitt (t), Leon Cox, Nick Gaglio, Dick Taylor (tb), Frank Worrell (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Anita O’Day, Buddy Stewart (v)

CO-35335-1 Tea For Two – vAO
(Youmans, Caesar)
Columbia LP 12″: KG-32663 — Gene Krupa, His Orchestra And Anita O’Day Featuring Roy Eldridge (1974)
Columbia CD: CK-65625 — Let Me Off Uptown! (1999)
Columbia 78 10″: 38345 — How High The Moon/Tea For Two (1948)
CO-35336-1A Harriet (A Western Novelty Song – vAO, BS
(Baer, Cunningham)
Columbia 78 10″: 36890 — Harriet (A Western Novelty Song)/Are These Really Mine?
Columbia LP 12″: KG-32663 — Gene Krupa, His Orchestra And Anita O’Day Featuring Roy Eldridge (1974)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie,Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-35337-2 Yesterdays
(Kern, Harbach)
Columbia Special Products LP 12″: CSS-1506 — The Great Big Bands
Columbia Musical Treasuries LP 12″: P7S-5122 — Big Bands Revisited
Sony Music Special Products CD: A-10263 — The Great Big Bands (1992)
Columbia EP 7″: B-2543 — Gene Krupa And His Orchestra (1957)
Columbia 78 10″: 36931 — Hop, Skip And Jump (Honey, Hurry, Hurry To Me)/Yesterdays

All titles also on:
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18


Date: October 24, 1945
Location: New York City, NY
Label: Columbia

Gene Krupa and his Orchestra
Charlie Kennedy, Harry Terrill (as), Charlie Ventura, Buddy Wise (ts), Joe Koch (bar), Don Fagerquist, Vince Hughes, Tony Russo, Pincus “Pinky” Savitt (t), Leon Cox, Nick Gaglio, Dick Taylor (tb), Frank Worrell (g), Teddy Napoleon (p), Irv Lang (b), Joe Dale, Gene Krupa (d), Anita O’Day (v)

CO-35242-1
[alternate]
Lover
(Rodgers, Hart)
Collectables CD: COL-CD-7490 — Boogie, Ballads, And Be-Bop: The Best Of The Columbia Years 1945-1949 (2002)
CO-35242-3A Lover
(Rodgers, Hart)
Columbia 78 10″: 36986 — Boogie Blues/Lover
Columbia 78 10″: 38212 — Lover/Green Eyes (1948)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
Columbia LP 12″: C2L-29 — Drummin’ Man (1963)
Columbia Special Products LP 12″: P6-14954 — Big Band Bash (1979)
Columbia EP 7″: ZTEP-26663 — Swing With: (1957)
Columbia Special Products LP 12″: CSP-107 — The Hot Ones
CO-35342-1 Hop, Skip And Jump (Honey, Hurry, Hurry To Me) – vAO
(Keller, Livingston, Hoffman, Drake)
Ajaz LP 12″: AJAZ-219 — In Disco Order Volume 18
Columbia 78 10″: 36931 — Hop, Skip And Jump (Honey, Hurry, Hurry To Me)/Yesterdays

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