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Benny Goodman and his Orchestra

Kind'a Lonesome / I Must See Annie Tonight

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Item Location Natick, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, 01760
Label Victor
Item Number 26110
Recording Date 1938
Physical Grade A :: B E/E-
Defects Tag, Tape or Sticker on label
Genre Big Band & Swing, Dance Band, Jazz
Format 10" 78
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Victor 26110, 78 RPM.

Benny Goodman and his Orchestra performing Kind'a Lonesome (vocal refrain by Martha Tilton) / I Must See Annie Tonight (vocal refrain by Martha Tilton).

Record is in EXCELLENT E/E- condition, plays beautifully.  Labels are  good, sticker, nice original sleeve. 

1938 issue; recorded in New York, November 23, 1938.


Harry James, Ziggy Elman, Chris Griffin (tp) Red Ballard, Vernon Brown (tb) Benny Goodman (cl) Dave Matthews, Noni Bernardi, Arthur Rollini, Jerry Jerome (saxes) Jess Stacy (p) Ben Heller (g) Harry Goodman (b) Buddy Schutz (d) Martha Tilton (vcl)

Terrific and Scarce Swing Jazz 78 in EXCELLENT E/E- Condition with nice original sleeve.

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