(Biweekly 4/17/04 - 4/30/04)
"California Blues"/"Your Footsteps Round My Door"
by Jimmy Grissom
on M-G-M 10337
released in 1949
Above: Photo of Jimmy Grissom.
Above: Label image of M-G-M 10337-A released in January 1949. Jimmy Grissom first recorded for the Miltone label in 1947. He then moved to Recorded In Hollywood, where he had a hit with the original version of "Once There Lived A Fool" in 1951. Soon after, Grissom joined the Duke Ellington Orchestra resulting in several releases on Columbia and Capitol.
Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
A) Click on an option below to listen to Jimmy Grissom using Streaming RealAudio.
"California Blues" - M-G-M 10337-A - 1949
"Your Footsteps Round My Door" - M-G-M 10337-B - 1949
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence
B) Click on an option below to listen to Downloading RealAudio.
"California Blues" - M-G-M 10337-A - 1949 (file size=427KB)
"Your Footsteps Round My Door" - M-G-M 10337-B - 1949 (file size=417KB)
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