Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 10/30/04 - 11/5/04)


"WHAM"/"Doctor Sausage's Blues"
by Doctor Sausage And His Five Pork Chops
on Decca 7736 A/B
released in 1940


Above: Newspaper clipping from October 2, 1937: Doctor Sausage And His Five Pork Chops. Sausage's real name was Lucius Tyson.


Above: Label for Decca 7736 A recorded on 3/18/40 and released in 1940. Both sides are "Novelty Dances" with the band backing Doctor Sausage vocally and featuring a kazoo. This group had one more release on Decca later in 1940. "Doc Sausage" reappears in 1949/1950 for a few releases on Regal with "His Mad Lads".

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

A) Click on an option below to listen to Doctor Sausage And His Five Pork Chops using Streaming RealAudio.

"WHAM" - Decca 7736 A - 1940
"Doctor Sausage's Blues" - Decca 7736 B - 1940
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

B) Click on an option below to listen to Doctor Sausage And His Five Pork Chops using Downloading RealAudio.

"WHAM" - Decca 7736 A - 1940 (file size=465KB)
"Doctor Sausage's Blues" - Decca 7736 B - 1940 (file size=476KB)


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