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|A1||I'll Take Romance
Lyrics By – Hammerstein*Music By – Oakland*
|A2||What Is There To Say|
Composed By – Rose*
|A4||I'll Be Seeing You|
Adapted By – David RoseComposed By – Brahms*
|A6||I'll Get By|
|B1||How High The Moon|
|B2||I'll Never Smile Again
Composed By – R. Lowe*
|B3||I Wish I Knew
Composed By – W. Gross*
|B5||In Love In Vain|
Litho in U.S.A.
True High Fidelity on front cover
The Ultimate In High Fidelity on labels
Disc plays in true stereo though cover and labels make no mention of the fact!
Surprise Track A6, I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You) is not mentioned either on the label or the cover.
It was published in 1928 and popular versions in 1929 were by Ruth Etting, Nick Lucas and by Aileen Stanley.
The song was revived to even greater success in 1944, when the 1940 recording by Harry James (Dick Haymes vocal) was re-released (during the 1942–44 musicians' strike, which prevented recording of new material) (Billboard #1). The Ink Spots' version featuring lead tenor Bill Kenny was also popular in 1944, reaching the retail top ten. A version by the King Sisters also charted in 1944 with a peak position of No. 12. The song was included in Variety's "10 Best Sellers on Coin-Machines" for the week of June 21, 1944. The song was also included on The Lucky Strike Parade's Top Ten for 1944. A 1944 Billboard poll found that "I'll Get By" was the third most sold sheet music among GIs stationed in training camps and in Europe. (Taken form Wikipedia) Thought I'd add it as an interesting note.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 33-1863
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 33-1864
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side A Runout): ST 9000A 8 812
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B Runout): ST 33 9000B 8 13
Other Versions (5 of 9) View All
|MS-1||David Rose And His Orchestra*||In A Mellow Mood (LP)||Masterseal||MS-1||US||1957||Sell This Version|
|33-1863, 33-1864||David Rose||In A Mellow Mood (LP, Album)||Masterseal Records, Masterseal Records||33-1863, 33-1864||US||1957||Sell This Version|
|R-199-232||David Rose & His Orchestra||In A Mellow Mood (LP)||Remington||R-199-232||US||1957||Sell This Version|
|PST-614||David Rose And His Orchestra*||Memories Rose And His Orchestra (LP)||Palace (2)||PST-614||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|1863||David Rose||In A Mellow Mood (LP, Album)||Masterseal Records||1863||US||1957||Sell This Version|