Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 4/23/05 - 4/29/05)


"Just In Case You Change Your Mind"/
"Don't Be Ashamed To Say I Love You"
by The Four Knights
on Decca 48026 A/B
released in 1947


[The above photo provided by Bill Proctor.]

Above: Photo of The Red Skelton Show cast taken from a post card with a "Oct13'48" postmark. The Four Knights were regulars on Red's radio show from 1948 to 1950.


Above: Label for Decca 48026 recorded on 3/8/46 and released in May 1947. The original issue Decca 11003, released in April 1946, was The Four Knights' first record. "Just In Case..." had been released by Deek Watson And His Brown Dots in 1945. Note the misspelling ("Dee") of Deek's name in the writer's credits on the label.

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

A) Click on an option below to listen to The Four Knights using Streaming RealAudio.

Just In Case You Change Your Mind - Decca 48026 A - 1947
Don't Be Ashamed To Say I Love You - Decca 48026 B - 1947
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

B) Click on an option below to listen to The Four Knights using Downloading RealAudio.

Just In Case You Change Your Mind - Decca 48026 A - 1947 (file size=508KB)
Don't Be Ashamed To Say I Love You - Decca 48026 B - 1947 (file size=508KB)


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