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|A1||Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar||3:02|
|A2||Six Jerks In A Jeep
Written-By – S. Robin*
|A3||You're Just A Flower From An Old Bouquet||2:50|
|A4||Long Time No See
Featuring [With] – Woody Herman And His OrchestraWritten-By – A. Altman*, J. Cavanaugh*
|A5||I Love You Much Too Much
Written-By – A. Olshanetsky*, C. Towber*, D. Raye*
|B1||Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy||2:38|
|B2||A Jitterbug's Lullaby
Written-By – S. Cahn*, S. Chaplin*
|B3||Six Times A Week And Twice On Sunday
Written-By – C. Porter*, T. Mitchell*
|B4||Hit The Road||2:30|
|B5||Don't Fence Me In
Featuring [With] – Bing CrosbyWritten-By – C. Porter*
© 1980 MCA Records, Inc.
MFD. by MCA Records, Inc. Calif.
Special thanks to Laird Forsmark, Wally Weshler and especially to Patty Andrews.
Photos from the collection of Patty Andrews and Laird Forsmark.
All title ASCAP except A4, not listed.
A1 - Previously unissued in U.S.A./Matrix #67961-C 8/3/40
A2 - Previously unreleased/Matrix #DLA-2980-A 4/23/42
A3 - Previously unreleased/Matrix #DLA-3002-A 5/28/42
A4 - Previously unreleased/Matrix #64943-A 1/24/39
A5 - (American lyric to "Ich Hob Dich Tzufil Leib"), Previously unreleased/Matrix #67182-B 2/7/40
B1 - Alt. Take/Matrix #DLA-2326-B 1/2/41
B2 - Previously unreleased/Matrix #64425-A 8/6/38
B3 - Previously unreleased/Matrix #L-5169 10/26/49
B4 - Previously unreleased/Matrix #DLA-2040-A 7/7/40
B5 - Alt. Take/Matrix #L-50618 7/25/44
Other notes of interest printed on back of sleeve:
"Six Jerks In A Jeep" from the motion picture "Private Bukaroo".
"Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy", Alt. Take features an entirely different trumpet solo as well as a few other subtle changes.
"Don't Fence Me In" is a prime example of a Decca Studio outtake, complete with breakup. We hear Bing suddenly go into his own original lyrics and melody in the midst of our arrangement of the classic Cole Porter composition.
"I Love You Much Too Much", was the first time Patty Andrews did an entire solo, although she had always sang the lead with the trio, this was her very first complete solo.
Additional notes of interest not available on release:
"You're Just A Flower From An Old Bouquet", ballad from the film "Give Out, Sisters".
"Long Time No See", early version of a song that they recut for release later in 1939.
"Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" has different arrangements for the horn and trombone sections.
"A Jitterbug's Lullaby", is actually the first section of a two-part song, a reject from an August 1938 session.
"Hit The Road", a song playing on slang, from the movie "Argentine Nights".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 76732-0908-1
- Other (Side 1): MCA4116
- Other (Side 2): MCA4117
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|MCAD-22012||The Andrews Sisters||Rarities (CD, Album, Comp)||MCA Records||MCAD-22012||US||1990||Sell This Version|
|MCAC-908||The Andrews Sisters||Rarities (Cass, Comp)||MCA Records (Canada)||MCAC-908||Canada||1984||Sell This Version|
|CMCAD 31036||The Andrews Sisters||Rarities (CD, Comp)||MCA Records||CMCAD 31036||UK||1984||Sell This Version|
|MCA-908||The Andrews Sisters||Rarities (LP, Comp)||MCA Records||MCA-908||Canada||1980||Sell This Version|
|MCD 31036||The Andrews Sisters||Rarities (CD, Album, Comp)||MCA Records||MCD 31036||Germany||1984||Sell This Version|