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Lullaby of Broadway

Title
Lullaby of Broadway / Dubin-Warren. Is you is or is you ain't ma' baby / Austin-Jordan. Some of these days / Brooks. How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm / Young-Lewis-Donaldson.
Publication
[New York] ; [Hollywood, Calif.] : Vdisc, 1944.

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Description
1 audio disc : analog, mono, 78 rpm; 12 in.
Series Statement
  • AFRS All Time Hit Parade ; 43
  • AFRS All Time Hit Parade ; 50
Uniform Title
  • For the record (Radio program)
  • AFRS All Time Hit Parade ; 43.
  • AFRS All Time Hit Parade ; 50.
Alternative Title
  • Is you is or is you ain't ma' baby.
  • Is you is or is you ain't my baby.
  • Some of these days.
  • How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm.
  • How you going to keep them down on the farm.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Popular music radio programs.
  • Jazz radio programs.
Note
  • Title from disc label.
  • Vdisc: 358 (Army Release P) ; matrix nos.: VP 940, VP 936 (on label) ; VP-940-D4-TC-442-1A, VP-936-D4-TC-438-1A (on run-out).
  • Duration: [5:02] (side A) ; [3:14] (side B)
Indexed In (note)
  • Sears, Richard S. V-discs: a history and discography,
Call Number
*LR 11814
OCLC
851511610
Title
Lullaby of Broadway / Dubin-Warren. Is you is or is you ain't ma' baby / Austin-Jordan. Some of these days / Brooks. How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm / Young-Lewis-Donaldson.
Publisher
[New York] ; [Hollywood, Calif.] : Vdisc, 1944.
Playing Time
000226 000236 000158 000116
Type of Content
performed music
Type of Medium
audio
Type of Carrier
audio disc
Series
AFRS All Time Hit Parade ; 43
AFRS All Time Hit Parade ; 50
AFRS All Time Hit Parade ; 43.
AFRS All Time Hit Parade ; 50.
Performer
1st-2nd works: The Andrews Sisters, vocals ; Mitchell Ayres and his orchestra. 3rd work: Sophie Tucker, vocals ; [Tommy Dorsey, trombone]. 4th work: Eddie Cantor, vocals. 3rd-4th works: Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra.
Event
NBC broadcast "For the record" [show no.] 9 (The V-disc "First anniversary show"), NBC studios, New York, N. Y. 1944 September 25 (1st-2nd works) ; NBC Broadcast "All Time Hit Parade" [AFRS All Time Hit Parade 43 (3rd work) and AFRS All Time Hit Parade 50 (4th work)], NBC studios, Hollywood, Calif. 1944 August 6 (3rd work) 1994 September 24 (4th work).
Indexed In:
Sears, Richard S. V-discs: a history and discography, p. 309 (1st-2nd works) ; p. 230 (3rd work) ; p. 233 (4th work).
Added Author
Ayres, Mitchell, 1910-1969, conductor.
Dorsey, Tommy, 1905-1956, conductor.
Dubin, Al, lyricist.
Young, Joe, 1889-1939, lyricist.
Lewis, Sam M., 1885-1959, lyricist.
Austin, Billy, 1896-1964, joint composer.
Tucker, Sophie, 1884-1966, performer.
Dorsey, Tommy, 1905-1956, performer.
Cantor, Eddie, 1892-1964, performer.
Container of (work): Warren, Harry, 1893-1981. Gold diggers of 1935. Lullaby of Broadway.
Container of (work): Jordan, Louis, 1908-1975. Is you is or is you ain't my baby.
Container of (work): Brooks, Shelton. Some of these days.
Container of (work): Donaldson, Walter, 1893-1947. How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm.
Andrews Sisters, performer.
Mitchell Ayres Orchestra, performer.
Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, performer.
Added Title
For the record (Radio program)
Is you is or is you ain't ma' baby.
Is you is or is you ain't my baby.
Some of these days.
How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm.
How you going to keep them down on the farm.
Publisher No.
358 Vdisc
Army Release P Vdisc
VP 940 Vdisc
VP 936 Vdisc
VP-940-D4-TC-442-1A Vdisc
VP-936-D4-TC-438-1A Vdisc
Research Call Number
*LR 11814
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