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TRIBUTE TO THE INK SPOTS... PART ONE!

"Don't 'Low No Swingin' In Here"
by The Ink Spots
on His Master's Voice B.8418 (England)
released in 1936
[originally released on Victor 24876 (USA) in 1935]

Photo of The Four Ink Spots
[The above photo provided by Bill Proctor.]

Above: Photo of The Four Ink Spots from 1934. (L-R) Jerry Daniels (tenor), Deek Watson (tenor), Charlie Fuqua (baritone), Hoppy Jones (bass). These were the original members of The Ink Spots. This line-up was together from mid-1934 to early 1936. The inset photo is Jerry Daniels circa 1990.

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HMV Label-Ink Spots-1936
[The above label is from Bill Clark's collection, provided courtesy of Jack Hanna.]
Above: Label image for His Master's Voice B.8418 (England), recorded on 1/4/35 and released in 1936. This was originally released in the USA on Victor 24876 in March 1935.

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Photo of The Four Ink Spots
[The above photo provided by Bill Proctor.]
Above: Photo of The Four Ink Spots. (L-R) Jerry Daniels, Deek Watson, Hoppy Jones, Charlie Fuqua.

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