Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 3/1/03 - 3/7/03)


"My Dreams Are Getting Better All The Time"
by The Phil Moore Four
on Victor 20-1641-A
released in 1945

[The above photo provided by Paul Ressler.]

Above: Photo of Phil Moore. On photo... Dear Conchita: So nice of you to keep coming again and again to see us. I hope we deserve. Always be sweet! Or I should say "Continue to be sweet!" (Good Luck) Phil Moore.


Above: Photo of The Phil Moore Four. (L-R) John Levy (bass fiddle), John Letman (trumpet), Walter Bishop (drums), and Phil Moore (piano).


[The above photo provided by George Moonoogian.]
Above: Photo of Phil Moore Four from Billboard Yearbook for 1945-46. (L-R) Unknown (guitar), Doles Dickens (bass), Walter Bishop (drums), and Phil Moore (piano).


[The above clipping provided by George Moonoogian.]
Above: Musicraft clipping from Billboard 1946.


Above: Label image for Victor 20-1641-A recorded 2/7/45 and released in 1945. This was a hit record for them reaching #3 on the charts (Doris Day had the #1 version). In addition to Victor, The Phil Moore Four recorded for Musicraft (1946) and Black & White (1946-47). They also backed Frank Sinatra on Columbia (1949).

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Photo Of Billy Daniels

At left is photo of Billy Daniels.

Of "That Old Black Magic" fame, Daniels sang with The Phil Moore Four on some Victor and Musicraft releases, including this week's selection.








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