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In Canada, it was given the catalogue number A-52 (discs 6322-6325).However, the Canadian track listing seems to be partially different from that of the version intended for American consumption: its only Peggy Lee track is "Why Don't You Do Right? The slated USA version of the album would have consisted of the following 78-rpm discs: #37243 ("Let's Dance" / "Why Don't You Do Right?The two previous album releases had been Songs By Johnny Mercer (A-1, featuring Mercer with The Pied Pipers as well as Jo Stafford) and Christmas Carols, (A-2, by the St.Luke's Choristers.) Belonging to the 78-rpm era, all three albums consisted of shellac discs at that speed.
The Columbia family of labels did release Benny's Best abroad, though.This Buddy De Sylva songbook has never been issued on compact disc.If paired with the similarly oriented Jerome Kern's Music (see session dated September 23, 1946), it could make for a fine CD twofer.Page generated on Nov 26, 2017 Title: [Various Artists] New American Jazz (Criterion Series)Artist: Special Ensemble, created for the occasion Format: 78-rpm album Label: CAPITOL Cat. (pdr), (arr), Barney Bigard (cl), Les Robinson (as), Eddie Miller (ts), Clarence "Shorty" Sherock (t), Nappy Lamare (g), Hank Wayland (b), Pete Johnson (p), Stanley Wrightsman (cel), Nick Fatool (d), Peggy Lee (v)NOTES: Comments About This Issue New American Jazz (Set A-3) was only the third album ever released by Capitol Records. Year: 1944 Volumes: 4 The Capitol Jazzmen (ldr), Dave Dexter, Jr.