"I Don't Worry Anymore"
"I Just Found Out"
Above: The Billboard magazine ad from January 25, 1947. The St. Louis Four became The Caldwells by the summer of 1947. Note the songs listed as "their original compostions." The Caldwells, who consisted of Alex Caldwell (lead baritone), Helen Stewart (lead), Oleatha Grangel (tenor), and John Dennis (bass/baritone), were a self-contained singing/instrumental group. Their first release was on Philadelphia's Algene label in mid-1947.
Above: RCA Victor 20-2613-A label image of "I Don't Worry Anymore" released in December 1947 and Rainbow 10094 label image of "I Just Found Out" released in January 1949. Note that Helen Stewart received top billing on Rainbow. Helen sings lead and Oleatha Grangel does the talking part on both of these sides.
The Caldwells had one release on Algene (1947), three on RCA Victor (1947-1948), and three on Rainbow (1949).
Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
A) Click on an option below to listen to The Caldwells using Streaming RealAudio.
"I Don't Worry Anymore" - RCA Victor 20-2613-A - 1947
"I Just Found Out" - Rainbow 10094 - 1949
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence
B) Click on an option below to listen to Downloading RealAudio.
"I Don't Worry Anymore" - RCA Victor 20-2613-A - 1947 (file size=449KB)
"I Just Found Out" - Rainbow 10094 - 1949 (file size=411KB)
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