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(By "counterpart," I mean an album that contains the exact same tracks and the same basic artwork as the American original.) I have prepared separate pages for such counterparts; consult this discography's Miscellanea section, here and here.
Similarly, compilations featuring various artists are not part of this index, save for the few that include previously unissued Peggy Lee numbers, and a few more that came out at an early date and strike me as worthy of attention.
By all indications, New American Jazz was a popular album. I believe that it also sold well, although I have no factual confirmation on the matter.
(Because I have come across album copies with the words "second printing November 1944," I am under the impression that Capitol ran out of its first 'printing' within the first year of release.) The four 78-rpm discs found in New American Jazz are: 10009: "Clambake In B-Flat" (instrumental) / "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry" (vocal by Jack Teagarden)10010: "Casanova's Lament" (vocal by Jack Teagarden) / "In My Solitude" (instrumental)10111: "Sugar" (instrumental) / "Ain't Goin' No Place" ("blues vocal" by Peggy Lee)10112 "Someday, Sweetheart" (instrumental) / "That Old Feeling" (vocal by Peggy Lee)All eight sides are credited to The Capitol Jazzmen.
(The latter is also listed in this page, year 1949.) Benny Goodman (ldr), Morty Palitz (pdr), (arr), Mel Powell (arr, p), The Benny Goodman Orchestra, The Benny Goodman Sextet (acc), Benny Goodman (cl), Clint Neagley, Herman "Hymie" Sche[r]tzer, Jules "Julie" Schwartz (as), George Berg, Vido Musso, Leonard Sims, Jon Walton (ts), Chuck Gentry, Robert "Bob" Poland (bar), Benny Baker, Billy Butterfield, Al Davis, Tony Faso (aka Joseph Fasulo), James "Jimmy" Maxwell, Lawrence Stearns, aka Alfred Sculco (t), Charlie Castaldo, Cutty Cutshall, Lou Mc Garity (tb), Dave Barbour, Tom "Tommy" Morgan (g), Cliff Hill, Sid Weiss (b), Ralph Collier, Howard "Hud" Davies (d), Peggy Lee (v)NOTES: Originally slated for commercial issue in USA land in 1947, Benny's Best was ultimately cancelled.
Readers who do not know an album's release year but who do know the album's title will hopefully be aware of the existence of a handy "Find/Search" engine in their computers' browsers (generally located at the top left of the screen, under the "Edit" menu).
"Heinie" Beau (arr), Dave Barbour And His Orchestra (acc), Unknown (sax, t, tb), Dave Barbour (g), Phil Stephens (b), Edwin "Buddy" Cole (p), Tommy Romersa (d), Peggy Lee (v)NOTES: The songs and acts featured in this album are: If I Had A Talking Picture Of You - Johnny Mercer and Martha Tilton Just A Memory - Andy Russell You're The Cream In My Coffee - The Nat King Cole Trio Somebody Loves Me - Peggy Lee Avalon - The Pied Pipers April Showers - Margaret Whiting When Day Is Done - Hal Derwin Together - Clark Dennis The album consists of four 78-rpm discs.
Peggy Lee's "Somebody Loves Me" can be found on disc #10085, whose flip side has the Andy Russell performance.
Primarily, I have indexed three types of albums: LPs, EPs, and 78-rpm albums.
CDs have been indexed in a separate page, and the same is true of singles (45-rpm discs, 78-rpm discs, et cetera).