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Miles Davis Quintet At Peacock Alley - Personnel
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You're My Thrill (Doris Day Album) - Legacy Information
... Bothered Bewildered", was also issued as a single (Columbia catalog number 38698, 7" LP 1-480), reaching #9 on the Billboard chart in 1950 ... Columbia 38698/1-480 combined "Bewitched" with "Imagination," a track recorded in 1947 and previously released on Columbia 38423 ... In 1951, Columbia issued this album as a boxed set of 45 rpm records as B-189 ...
Young Man With A Horn (soundtrack)
... Young Man with a Horn is a 10" LP album, released by Columbia Records as CL-6106 on March 13, 1950, featuring trumpeter Harry James and singer Doris Day ... simultaneously released as a 78 rpm album set, Columbia C-198, and when Columbia finally began to release 45s about a year or so later it appeared as a ...

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