LADIES OF R&B... PART SEVEN
SAVANNAH CHURCHILL (PART 3 OF 3)
"Don't Cry, Darling"
"The Best Of Friends"
Above: Photo of Savannah Churchill.
Click HERE for Savannah Churchill Newspaper Clippings 1943-1953.
Click HERE for an article about Savannah Churchill by J.C. Marion.
Above Left: Label image for Arco 1236-A released in February 1950. Arco (American Record Company) was the new name for Manor starting in late 1949. Other versions of "Don't Cry Darling" were released by The Mystery Quartette (1950), The Masterkeys (1950) and The Four Tunes (1954).
Above Right: Label image for Columbia 30146 released in November 1948. This is a master that Columbia obtained from Manor.
Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
A) Click on an option below to listen to Savannah Churchill And The Four Tunes using Streaming RealAudio.
Don't Cry, Darling - Arco 1236-A - 1950
The Best Of Friends - Columbia 30146 - 1948
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence
B) Click on an option below to listen to Savannah Churchill And The Four Tunes using Downloading RealAudio.
Don't Cry, Darling - Arco 1236-A - 1950 (file size=481KB)
The Best Of Friends - Columbia 30146 - 1948 (file size=384KB)
SAVANNAH CHURCHILL - PARTS 1 & 2 (will open in a separate window):
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