Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
#649 (Week of 1/23/10 - 1/29/10)

"My Sugar's Sweet To Me"
by The Cats And The Fiddle
on Regis 6000-B
released in 1946

"Romance Without Finance"
by The Cats And The Fiddle
on Manor 1023-B
released in 1946


Above: Regis Records clipping from April 27, 1946. Irving Berman was the owner and president of the Manor and Regis record companies.

Click HERE for an article about The Cats And The Fiddle by Marv Goldberg.
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Above: Manor Records clipping from May 18, 1946.


Above: Manor/Regis catalog from May 4, 1946.


[Above clipping and below Blue Grass Club clipping provided by Richard Koloda.]
Above: Tiny Grimes clipping from 1950. Gleason's was located in Cleveland.


Above: Label image of Regis 6000-B released in February 1946 and Manor 1023-B released in June 1946. For these selections, The Cats And The Fiddle consisted of Pee Wee Brantford, Herbie Miles, Ernest Price, and George Steinbeck. The composer of the latter, Tiny Grimes, had been with the group for some 1941 releases on Bluebird.

Listen to this week's selections by The Cats And The Fiddle from 1946:
[Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
(Above: September 2, 1944 Clipping)
     A. Stream RealAudio...
 
          1. My Sugar's Sweet To Me - Regis 6000-B
          2. Romance Without Finance - Manor 1023-B
 
          BOTH played in sequence

     B. Download RealAudio...
 
          1. My Sugar's Sweet To Me - Regis 6000-B
          2. Romance Without Finance - Manor 1023-B

     C. Stream/Download Media Player...
 
          1. My Sugar's Sweet To Me - Regis 6000-B
          2. Romance Without Finance - Manor 1023-B


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