Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 8/27/05 - 9/2/05)


"(I Would Do) Anything For You"/
"That Doggone Dog Of Mine"
by The Three Keys
on Brunswick 6522
released in 1933


Above: Photo of The Three Keys. (L-R) George "Bon Bon" Tunnell, Bob Pease (seated in front), and Slim Furness (who was also a member of The Keys and The Four Keys).


Above: Label for Brunswick 6522 released in March 1933. "Anything..." was recorded on 10/12/32 and the flip "Doggone Dog..." on 1/9/33.

The Three Keys had their first release on Columbia (1932), then five releases on Brunswick (1932-33), and two on Vocalion (1933), who also reissued all five Brunswick records (1934).

Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]

A) Click on an option below to listen to The Three Keys using Streaming RealAudio.

(I Would Do) Anything For You - Brunswick 6522 - 1933
That Doggone Dog Of Mine - Brunswick 6522 - 1933
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

B) Click on an option below to listen to The Three Keys using Downloading RealAudio.

(I Would Do) Anything For You - Brunswick 6522 - 1933 (file size=481KB)
That Doggone Dog Of Mine - Brunswick 6522 - 1933 (file size=444KB)


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