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Dizzy Gillespie / Johnny Richards And His Orchestra

Million Dollar Baby / What Is There To Say

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Item Location Natick, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, 01760
Secondary Artists Johnny Richards and his Orchestra
Label Discovery
Item Number 143
Recording Date 1950
Physical Grade A :: B VG+
Defects Tag, Tape or Sticker on label
Genre Be-Bop, Jazz, Personality
Format 10" 78
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Description of Product

Discovery 143, 78 RPM.

Dizzy Gillespie with Johnny Richards and his Orchestra performing Million Dollar Baby / What Is There To Say.

Record is in   VG+ condition, plays nicely over mostly light surface noise.  Labels are  good, radio station sticker and tape on each label.

This record was found in an old radio station library in eastern Massachusetts.

1950 issue; recorded in Los Angeles, October 31, 1950.


Dizzy Gillespie (tp,vcl) Henry Coker, Dick Kenney, Harold Smith (tb) Shirley Thompson (bassoon) Henry Hill, Mischa Russell, Felix Slatkin, Jack Shulman, Harry Bluestone, Walter Edelstein, Victor Arno, John Quadri, Sidney Brokow (vln) Cy Bernard, Eleanor Slatkin (cello) Phil Shuken (fl) Haskell Issenuth (b-fl)Harry Steinfeld (oboe) John Graas (fhr) Barbara Whitney (harp) Paul Smith (p) Jack Cascales (b) Charlie Wright (d) Carlos Vidal Bolado (bgo) [ Vidal Bolado (bgo) ] Johnny Richards (arr)

Terrific and Scarce Dizzy Gillespie 78 in Nice VG+ Condition.

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