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From "H" Release - May 1944 - 20 Records - Numbers 181 thru 200

  V-Disc 181 A - Recorded March 2, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - Jordan Hall, Boston
  1. General Kell's March  2. Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
  Boston Port Of Embarkation Band
  1. Whistling by the Band  2. Vocal by the Band

  V-Disc 181 B - Recorded March 2, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - Jordan Hall, Boston
  1. K-K-K-Katie  2. Rack Up Another Beer, Boys
  Boston Port Of Embarkation Band
  Vocals by the Band

  V-Disc 182 A - Recorded Mid-January 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  Suddenly It's Spring
  Charlie Spivak and his Orchestra
  Vocal by Irene Daye

  V-Disc 182 B - Recorded Mid-January 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  1. I'll Get By  2. Arkansas
  Charlie Spivak and his Orchestra
  2. Vocal by Irene Daye

  V-Disc 191 A - Recorded 1. November 11, 1941  2. May 9, 1940
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recordings - 1. Bluebird B-8938  2. Bluebird B-8524
  1. Watch Out Mama  2. What Have I Done?
  1. Doctor Clayton  2. Lil Green


  V-Disc 191 B - Recorded March 8, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - Location Unknown
  Uncle Sam Blues
  Eddie Condon's Jazz Band
  Vocal and Trumpet by Hot Lips Page

From "I" Release - June 1944 - 20 Records - Numbers 201 thru 220

  V-Disc 203 A - Recorded Early March 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  1. Harmonica Boogie Woogie  2. Dark Eyes and El Choclo
  Curtis Bay Coast Guard Philharmonicas


  V-Disc 203 B - Recorded Early March 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  1. Czardas  2. Carioca
  Curtis Bay Coast Guard Philharmonicas


  V-Disc 212 A - Recorded 1. July 28, 1942 2. February 15, 1941
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recordings - 1. Victor 27380 2. Victor 20-1528
  1. Take The "A" Train  2. Sentimental Lady
  Duke Ellington and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 212 B - Recorded September 28, 1940
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recording - Victor 27326
  Flamingo
  Vocal by Herb Jeffries
  Duke Ellington and his Orchestra

From "J" Release - July 1944 - 20 Records - Numbers 221 thru 240

  V-Disc 222 A - Recorded April 17, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Program Broadcast - Carnegie Hall, New York
  Wagon Wheels
  Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 222 B - Recorded April 17, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Program Broadcast - Carnegie Hall, New York
  T. D. Chant
  Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra
  Hawaiian War Chant in disguise. My personal favorite V-Disc. Go Krupa!

  V-Disc 229 A - Recorded March 10, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  The Major And The Minor
  Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 229 B - Recorded March 10, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  I Wonder Boogie
  Lionel Hampton and his Orchestra
  Chants by the Band

From "K" Release - August 1944 - 20 Records - Numbers 241 thru 260

  V-Disc 242 A - Recorded May 20, 1944
  Source: I Sustain The Wings Broadcast - Vanderbilt Theatre, New York
  1. Fellow On A Furlough  2. Guns In The Sky
  Captain Glenn Miller and the AAFTC Orchestra, led by Sergeant Jerry Gray
  Vocal by 1. Johnny Desmond  2. Johnny Desmond and The Crew Chiefs

  V-Disc 242 B - Recorded May 20, 1944
  Source: I Sustain The Wings Broadcast - Vanderbilt Theatre, New York
  Poinciana
  Captain Glenn Miller and the AAFTC Orchestra, led by Sergeant Jerry Gray
  Vocal by Johnny Desmond and The Crew Chiefs

  Posted December 18, 2016
  V-Disc 246 B - Recorded February 24, 1942
  Source: Columbia Commercial Recording - Columbia 36545
  Crazy Rhythm
  Harry James and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 252 A - Recorded May 26, 1944
  Source: Mutual Radio Broadcast - Hurricane Club, New York
  The Mood To Be Wooed
  Duke Ellington and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 252 B - Recorded May 26, 1944
  Source: Mutual Radio Broadcast - Hurricane Club, New York
  My Little Brown Book
  Duke Ellington and his Orchestra
  Vocal by Al Hibbler

From "L" Release - September 1944 - 20 Records - Numbers 261 thru 280

  V-Disc 263 A - Recorded May 26, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - NBC Studios, Hollywood
  Piano Concerto In B Flat
  Freddie Martin and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 263 B - Recorded Early March 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  Available Jones
  Coast Guard Training Station Band, Curtis Bay, Md.


  V-Disc 269 A - Recorded June 18, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "All Time Hit parade" - NBC Studios, Hollywood
  Small Fry
  Bing Crosby with Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 269 B - Recorded 1944 (?)
  Source: Unknown Broadcast
  Forget-Me-Nots In Your Eyes
  Perry Como with Lud Gluskin and his Orchestra


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