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16012: Swing Brother Swing c/w Minoring For Gold / Med Flory

Label Type : blue EmArcy 78rpm
Matrix Number : SIDE-A YBF 10503 1    M    A
SIDE-B YBF 10517 1    M    A



Comments

Equivalent release: EmArcy 16012x45 (45rpm).

Both sides are originally available only on this 45/78rpm.




Track Listing

SIDE-A
10503 Swing Brother Swing (Sash) 2:51
SIDE-B
10517 Minoring For Gold (Sash) 2:22

Personnel


Personnel/recorded date/master numbers confirmed with the Ruppli's discography.
(“The Mercury Labels - A Discography” by Ruppli and Novitsky, Greenwood Press, 1993)

Ruppli's book didn't mention about instruments - below info decided upon actual listening to this copy.

UPDATE (Jun. 22, 2004) : Tony Benade-san kindly sent me an e-mail, saying “I believe his wife was the bass player on these 2 selections. His wife was Lee Morgan and later went with the name Lee Sash.”. Thanks for the info!

UPDATE (Nov. 20, 2004) : Tony Benade-san let me know another information he has - he says the unknown chorus group backing Leon Sash is The Meadowlarks (which consisted of Marie and Maury Reynaldo and Elaine Rogers and husband). Also, the drummer was probably Harry Hawthorne, local Chicago drummer, he says. He also pointed out that there was a remote possibility that the drummer could have been Max Mariash (Art Van Damme's drummer).
Many many thanks again for the info, Mr. Tony Benade, who was a student of Leon Sash and a tenor saxophone player in the Leon Sash band from 1962 thru 1969!

UPDATE (Feb. 23, 2005) :
Finally I obtained the Polygram special product LP entitled “Leon Sash - The Master” (Mercury PSPS 1#101). The LP's liner-notes have very detailed personnel info. the revised info below was taken from the liner-notes.

Leon Sash (accordion) with:
Rudy Karpays (p), Sully Picerno (b), Max Mariash (ds),
Lee Morgan (aka Lee Sash) (chorus), Ed Vana (chorus),
The Meadowlarks (chorus group, consisting of Elaine Rodgers, Marie Renaldo, Maury Jackson, and Bob Bleznick).
Recorded at Universal Studios, Chicago, IL in 1954.




Labels

Side A Side B
[16012 A] [16012 B]



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