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From "S" Release - April 1945 - 20 Records - Numbers 401 thru 420

  V-Disc 406 A - Recorded December 20, 1944
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recordings - Both from Victor 20-1636
  1. Only Another Boy And Girl  2. Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye
  Charlie Spivak and his Orchestra
  Vocals by 1. Jimmy Saunders  2. Irene Daye

  V-Disc 406 B - Recorded November 22, 1944
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recordings - Both from Victor 20-1614
  1. More And More  2. You're Driving Me Crazy
  Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra
  Vocals by 1. Bonnie Lou Williams  2. The Sentimentalists

  Posted Apr 24, 2016
  V-Disc 409 B - Recorded July 23, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Recording Session - NBC Studios, Hollywood
  Long John Silver
  Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra


From "T" Release - May 1945 - 20 Records - 421 thru 440

The war in Europe was officially over on May 8, 1945 when the
allies formally accepted the unconditional surrender of Germany.
The war against Japan in the Pacific continued.

  V-Disc 421 A - Recorded June 3, 1944
  Source: NBC Broadcast (Late Program) - "I Sustain The Wings" - Vanderbilt Theatre, New York
  Holiday For Strings
  Major Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra


  V-Disc 434 A - Recorded December 8, 1944
  Source: CBS Broadcast - "Music Till Midnight" - CBS Playhouse No. 3, New York
  Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child
  Mildred Bailey with Paul Baron and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 434 B - Recorded 1. January 19, 1942  2. September 26, 1941
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recordings - 1. Bluebird B-11515  2. Victor 27633
  1. (The) Lamplighter's Serenade  2. The Sunshine Of Your Smile
  Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra
  No credit on label for Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra

From "U" Release - June 1945 - 20 Records - 441 thru 460

  V-Disc 443 A&B - ca. February 1945
  Source: CBS Broadcast - "The Prudential Family Hour" - CBS Studios, New York
  "Up In Central Park" Medley
  Al Goodman and his Orchestra (See labels for vocalists)
  Sides A and B spliced to make a continuous performance.

  V-Disc 450 A - Recorded - No dates given in V-Discs Discography
  Source: Capitol Commercial Recordings - Both probably from Capitol 184
  1. I Should Care  2. Stranger In Town
  Martha Tilton with Paul Weston and his Orchestra


  V-Disc 450 B - Recorded 1. Unknown  2. ca. early 1945
  Source: 1. Unknown  2. Capitol Commercial Recording (?)
  1. Negra Consentida  2. Stuff Like That There
  1. Andy Russell  2. Betty Hutton


  V-Disc 452 A - Recorded ca. February 1945
  Source: Blue Network Broadcast - "Eight-To-The-Bar Ranch" - NBC Studios, Hollywood
  1. Three Calalleros  2. Victory Polka
  The Andrews Sisters


  V-Disc 452 B - Recorded March 5, 1945
  Source: V-Disc Session - RCA Victor Studios, New York
  1. You Tell Me Your Dream  2. Cielito Linda
  The Mills Brothers


From "V" Release - July 1945 - 20 Records - 461 thru 480

  V-Disc 462 A - Recorded December 21, 1944
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recordings - 1. RCA Victor 20-1637  2. RCA Victor 20-1649
  1. There I've Said It Again  2. I Walked In
  Vaughn Monroe and his Orchestra
  Vocal by 1. Vaughn Monroe and The Norton Sisters  2. Vaughn Monroe

  V-Disc 462 B - Recorded February 28, 1945
  Source: RCA Victor Commercial Recording - RCA Victor 20-1663
  You Belong To My Heart
  Charlie Spivak and his Orchestra
  Vocal by Jimmy Saunders

  V-Disc 466 A - Recorded 1. June 3, 1944  2. May 13, 1944
  Source: NBC Dress Rehearsals - I Sustain The Wings, Vanderbilt Theatre, New York
  1. Bye Bye Blues  2. Wang Wang Blues
  Major Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra


  V-Disc 466 B - Recorded November 17, 1943
  Source: V-Disc Recording Session - Columbia Records Studios, Hollywood
  Too Marvelous For Words
  Harry James and his Orchestra
  Vocal by Buddy Moreno

  V-Disc 470 B - Recorded July 23, 1944
  Source: V-Disc Recording Session - NBC Studios, Hollywood,
  Jumpin' Jehosephat
  Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra
  This is actually Navy disc 250 B. Part of Navy ''M'' Release. Same as Army 470 B.


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