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Album: 1930's Decca Hillbilly Records - Additional Album. Format: flac, wma, mp3 archive. Label: MCA Records ‎– MCX-16 Series: From The Southeast To The Southwest: The 1930's Decca Hillbilly Records – Type: Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country: Japan Date of released: 1976 Category: Folk, World, & Country Style: Country. Various - 1930's Decca Hillbilly Records - Additional Album MP3 version. 2713 downloads at 28 mb/s. Various - 1930's Decca Hillbilly Records - Additional Album FLAC version

Decca Records, Inc. was started in 1934 by The Decca Record Company Limited as the US branch for its Decca record label. This US branch was sold during 1943, when the US government insisted that UK companies sell their US subsidiaries. From that moment, Decca Records, Inc. operated independent from its UK mother company.

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In 1940, American Decca released the first album of songs from the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz. However, it was not a soundtrack album but a cover version featuring only Judy Garland from the film, with other roles taken by the Ken Darby Singers. In 1942, American Decca released the first recording of " White Christmas " by Bing Crosby. He recorded another version of the song in 1947 for Decca; to this day, Crosby's recording of "White Christmas" for Decca remains the best-selling single worldwide of all time. Decca throughout the 1930s and early to mid-1940s was a leading label of blues and jump music with such best selling artists as Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Louis Jordan (who was the best selling R&B artist of the 1940s). In 1954, American Decca released " Rock Around the Clock " by Bill Haley & His Comets.

Through its Decca 5000 series of the 1930s and 1940s, the American Decca recording company became the most influential record label in the burgeoning hillbilly music category, the forerunner of today's country and western music. This unique discography provides for the first time in print a systematic numerical listing and cross-referencing of all released recordings in th Through its Decca 5000 series of the 1930s and 1940s, the American Decca recording company became the most influential record label in the burgeoning hillbilly music category, the forerunner of today's country and.

The Decca Hillbilly Discography, 1927-1945. Through its Decca 5000 series of the 1930s and 1940s, the American Decca recording company became the most influential record label in the burgeoning hillbilly music category, the forerunner of today's country and western music.

Tracklist

A1 Goebel Reeves Yodelin' Teacher
A2 Tex Ritter Sam Hall
A3 Tex Ritter Lady Killin' Cowboy
A4 Sally Foster Don't Take The Sweet Out Of Sweetheart
A5 Gene Autry Blue Days
A6 Gene Autry T. B. Blues
A7 Gene Autry Pistol Packin' Papa
B1 Bill Carlisle's Kentucky Boys Are You Goin' To Leave Me, Lil
B2 Roy Rogers Nobody's Fault But My Own
B3 Jimmy Wakely And The Rough Riders* Cimarron
B4 Red Foley It Makes No Never Mind
B5 Patsy Montana Shy Anne From Old Cheyenne
B6 The Callahan Brothers They're At Rest Together
B7 Pete Cassell Freight Train Blues

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Toru Mitsui

Notes

Includes two-page insert with notes in Japanese