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From "O" Release - December 1944 - 20 Records - Numbers 321 thru 340

  V-Disc 324 A - Recorded August 14, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "For The Record" - NBC Studios, New York
  1. Which Switch Witch  2. The Bass On The Barroom Floor
  Red Norvo and his Quintet


  V-Disc 324 B - Recorded February 26, 1944
  Source: Commodore Commercial Recording - Commodore 1514
  Begin The Beguine
  Eddie Heywood and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 327 A - Recorded May 1, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "Voice Of Firestone" - NBC Studios, New York
  Una Furtiva Lagrima
  Richard Crooks, tenor, with The Firestone Symphony Orchestra


  V-Disc 327 B - Recorded June 5, 1944 (?)
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "Bell Telephone Hour" - NBC Studios, New York
  Largo
  Ezio Pinza, bass,with Donald Vorhees and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 330 A - Recorded January 30, 1940
  Source: Vocalion Commercial Recordings - Vocalion 5458 and 5399
  1. Among My Souvenirs  2. Sleep
  Benny Carter and his Orchestra
  The vocal in 1 was edited out for this V-Disc.

  V-Disc 330 B - Recorded January 23, 1941
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recording - Victor 27362
  I Cover The Waterfront
  Artie Shaw and his Orchestra


From "Q" Release - February 1945 - 20 Records - Numbers 361 thru 380

  V-Disc 364 A - Recorded September 11, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "For The Record" - NBC Studios, New York
  Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen
  Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra
  Vocal by Kay Starr

  V-Disc 364 B - Recorded May 7, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - NBC Studios, Chicago
  Old Fashioned Love
  Eddy Howard and his Orchestra
  Vocal by Eddy Howard

  V-Disc 375 A - Recorded 1. Fall 1939  2. Spring 1940
  Source: World Transcription Sessions - World Studios, New York
  1. Memories Of You  2. Lazy Bones
  Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra
  Vocal by 2. Pee Wee Hunt

  V-Disc 375 B - Recorded November 24, 1944
  Source: CBS Broadcast - "Music Till Midnight" - CBS Playhouse No. 3, New York
  1. Roll 'Em  2. Gjon Mili Jam Session
  1. Mary Lou Williams with Paul Baron's Orchestra  2. Sextet (See Label)
  (Gjon Mili was a Life Magazine photographer)

From "R" Release - March 1945 - 20 Records - Numbers 381 thru 400

  V-Disc 382 A - Recorded September 5, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Studios, New York
  Red Top
  Woody Herman and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 382 B - Recorded November 25, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - Vanderbilt Theatre, New York
  1. Poor Little Rhode Island  2. Come With Me My Honey
  Guy Lombardo and his Orchestra
  Vocals by 1. Stuart Foster and Trio  2. Jimmy Brown and Trio

  V-Disc 383 A - Recorded November 13, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast - "For The Record" - NBC Studios, New York
  1. Cottoneyed Joe  2. One Meat Ball
  Josh White, Singing with Guitar


  V-Disc 383 B - Recorded 1944
  Source: Film Soundtrack - "To Have And Have Not" - Warner Brothers Studios, Hollywood
  1. Baltimore Oriole 2. Hong Kong Blues
  Hoagy Carmichael


  V-Disc 390 A - Recorded January 7, 1945
  Source: V-Disc Session - NBC Studios, New York
  Easy To Love
  Marie Greene with Van Cleve and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 390 B - Recorded December 6, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios (?), New York
  1. Don't Ever Change  2. Walk A Little, Talk A Little
  Marie Greene with unidentified Orchestra and Vocal Group


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