Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 10/1/05 - 10/7/05)


"A Hundred Years From To-Day"/
"(Oooh! Look-A There) Ain't She Pretty"
by The Jones Brothers
on Majestic 1038 B/A
released in 1946


Above: The Jones Brothers consisting of (L-R) Max (tenor), Herb (baritone) and Clyde (2nd baritone). The real-life brothers all sang and played instruments, Max the drums, Herb the piano and vibraphone, and Clyde the piano, trombone and trumpet.


Above Left: The Jones Brothers consisting of (Top-Bottom) Max, Clyde and Herb Jones.

Above Right: Majestic 1038 B. On this record, besides vocals by the three brothers, Max is playing the drums, Herbert the piano, and Cedric Wallace the bass (the guitar player is unknown). "The Jones Brothers" had one other release on Majestic (1946) and one release on the Gold Medal label (1949).

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

A) Click on an option below to listen to "The Jones Brothers" using Streaming RealAudio.

A Hundred Years From To-Day - Majestic 1038 B - 1946
Ain't She Pretty - Majestic 1038 A - 1946
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

B) Click on an option below to listen to "The Jones Brothers" using Downloading RealAudio.

A Hundred Years From To-Day - Majestic 1038 B - 1946 (file size=557KB)
Ain't She Pretty - Majestic 1038 A - 1946 (file size=449KB)


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