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From "M" Release - October 1944 - 20 Records - Numbers 281 thru 300

  V-Disc 281 A - Recorded June 3, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcasts - "I Sustain The Wings" 1. 11:30 PM Show 2. 6:00 PM Show
  1. Sun Valley Jump  2. Chattanooga Choo Choo
  Capt. Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra
  2. Vocal by Sgt. Ray McKinley and The Crew Chiefs

  V-Disc 281 B - Recorded 1. March 20, 1941 2. September 3, 1940
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recordings - RCA Victor Studios 1. New York 2. Hollywood
  1. It Had To Be You  2. Special Delivery Stomp
  Artie Shaw and his 1. Orchestra 2. Gramercy Five


  V-Disc 292 A - Recorded July 1944 (?)
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  1. Where The Mountains Meet The Sky  2. I'm Headin' East
  Billy Williams with Instrumental Trio


  V-Disc 292 B - Recorded Early July 1944
  Source: CBS Broadcast - "The Prudential Family Hour" - CBS Studios, New York
  1. First Class Private Mary Brown  2. Salt Water Cowboy
  Barry Wood with Al Goodman and his Orchestra


From "N" Release - November 1944 - 20 Records - Numbers 301 thru 320

  V-Disc 301 A - Recorded 1. July 13, 1944 2. June 29, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcasts- "Kraft Music Hall" - NBC Studios, Hollywood
  1. Let Me Call You Sweetheart  2. Going My Way
  Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 301 B - Recorded June 22, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "Kraft Music Hall" - NBC Studios, Hollywood
  1. Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Rah - That's An Irish Lullaby  2. Swingin' On A Star
  Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and his Orchestra
  2. Accompanied byThe Charioteers

  V-Disc 303 A - Recorded May 14, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  1. Janie  2. There Is No Greater Love
  Sammy Kaye and his Orchestra
  1. Vocal by Billy Williams

  V-Disc 303 B - Recorded October 30, 1941
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recording - Victor 27806
  Just Kiddin' Around
  Artie Shaw and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 304 A - Recorded July 17, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "Bell Telephone Hour" - NBC Studios, New York
  Caprice Viennois
  Fritz Kreisler, violin, with Donald Voorhees and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 304 B - Recorded June 19, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "Bell Telephone Hour" - NBC Studios, New York
  Long Long Ago
  Bidu Sayao, soprano, with Donald Voorhees and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 306 A - Recorded Early July 1944
  Source: CBS Broadcast - "The Prudential Family Hour" - CBS Studios, New York
  I'm Gonna Hang My Hat On A Tree That Grows In Brooklyn
  Patsy Kelly and Barry Wood with Al Goodman and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 306 B - Recorded July 23, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "All Time Hit Parade" - NBC Studios, Hollywood
  1. April Showers  2. Ma Blushin' Rose
  Al Jolson with Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 311 A - Recorded 1. February 13, 1941 2. December 30, 1941
  Source: Columbia Commercial Recordings - 1. Columbia 36004 2. Columbia 36579
  1. Flight Of The Bumblebee  2. Strictly Instrumental
  Harry James and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 311 B - Recorded 1. October 21, 1938 2. March 2, 1938
  Source: 1. Decca Commercial Recording - Decca 2205 2. World Transcription Session, New York
  1. Summertime  2. Shortenin' Bread
  Bob Crosby and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 312 A - Recorded July 31, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "For The Record" - NBC Studios, New York
  Goodbye Sue
  Perry Como with Benny Goodman and his V-Disc All-Star Band


  V-Disc 312 B - Recorded Late June 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast Dress Rehearsal - "Johnny Mercer's Music Shop" - NBC Studios, Hollywood
  1. How Many Hearts Have You Broken  2. You've Got Me Where You Want Me
  Johnny Mercer with Paul Weston and his Orchestra


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