Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 8/17/02 - 8/23/02)


TRIBUTE TO THE MILLS BROTHERS... PART FOUR!
(Special Series Of Selected 1930's Recordings, Presented Intermittently Over Several Months)

"Money In My Pockets"/"Swing It Sister"
by The Mills Brothers
on Columbia DO-1181 (Australia)
released 1934

Honorary Inductees Into The UGHA Hall Of Fame in 1995!

Photo of The Mills Brothers

Above: Photo of The Mills Brothers.


Columbia Label-Mills Brothers-1934
Above: Label image for Columbia DO-1181 (Australia). This side and the flip, "Swing It Sister", were recorded on 2/24/34 and released in the USA on Brunswick 6894 in June 1934. Both sides were from the R.K.O. Radio Film "Strictly Dynamite".

Label states: "Four Boys and a Guitar (No musical instruments or mechanical devices used in this recording other than one guitar)". The "orchestra" is their own voices!

Listen to this week's selections:

A) Click on an option below to listen to Streaming RealAudio.

"Money In My Pockets" - Mills Brothers - Columbia DO-1181 - 1934
"Swing It Sister" - Mills Brothers - Columbia DO-1181 - 1934
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

B) Click on an option below to listen to Downloading RealAudio.

"Money In My Pockets" - Mills Brothers - Columbia DO-1181 - 1934 (file size=471KB)
"Swing It Sister" - Mills Brothers - Columbia DO-1181 - 1934 (file size=395KB)

FOR PREVIOUS PARTS OF THIS TRIBUTE, PLEASE CLICK ON FOLLOWING:

PART ONE ........ TWO ........ THREE

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