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TRIBUTE TO THE INK SPOTS... PART TWO!

"Stompin' At The Savoy"
by The Ink Spots
on Columbia FB 1513 (England)
released 1936
[originally released on Decca 1036 (USA) in 1936]

Photo of The Ink Spots
[The above photo is from Don Boudreaux, provided courtesy of Bill Proctor.]

Above: Photo of The Ink Spots. (Top) Hoppy Jones (with bass fiddle), Charlie Fuqua (with guitar); (Bottom) Deek Watson (left), probably Bob Benson (at piano), Bill Kenny (far right). Bob Benson was pianist and arranger for The Ink Spots from November 1938 until May 1940.

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Columbia Label (England)-The Ink Spots-1936
[The above label is from Bill Clark's collection, provided courtesy of Jack Hanna.]
Above: Label image for Columbia FB 1513 (England) recorded on 6/18/36 and released in late 1936 (or possibly 1937).

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FOR PART ONE OF THIS TRIBUTE, "DON'T 'LOW NO SWINGIN' IN HERE", PLEASE CLICK HERE.


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