Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 1/24/04 - 1/30/04)


"I've Been Through The Mill With Bill"/"Always Mine"
by Ann Cornell and The Rhythm Masters
on Bandwagon 517
released in 1948

(Including Video From 1947 Movie)

[The above photo provided by Paul Ressler.]

Above: Photo of Ann Cornell.


[The above label image and corresponding audio provided by Paul Ressler. Audio for the flip side provided by Marv Goldberg.]
Above: Label image of Bandwagon 517 B released in either late 1948 or early 1949. The Rhythm Masters here are probably the same group as The Rhythmasters on Bennett 401 (1949). Both Bandwagon and Bennett were owned by George J. Bennett.

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Above: Still shots from 1947 Movie: "Boy! What A Girl" featuring Ann Cornell singing "I Refuse To Sing The Blues".

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