SPOTLIGHT ON THE BROWN DOTS - PART TWO OF THREE
"Just In Case You Change Your Mind"
"Is It Right"
Above: November 24, 1945 clipping for Manor Records. Savannah Churchill, The Brown Dots, and The Four Tunes were the star performers for Irving Berman's label.
Click HERE for an article about The Brown Dots/Four Tunes by Marv Goldberg.
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Above: Still shots of Deek Watson And His Brown Dots from the 1947 movie "Sepia Cinderella." (L-R) Jimmy Gordon, Pat Best, Jimmie Nabbie, and Deek Watson. They are singing "Is It Right," a Pat Best composition. They performed "Just In Case You Change Your Mind" in another 1947 movie "Boy! What A Girl." Click on title to view in RealVideo (separate window) or HERE to listen in RealAudio.
Above: Label images of Manor 1015 A released in November 1945 and Manor 1017-B released in February 1946. Based on the matrix numbers, the two songs were recorded at the same session.
Listen to this week's selections by Deek Watson And His Brown Dots from 1945:
[Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
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A. Stream RealAudio...
1. Just In Case You Change Your Mind - Manor 1015 A
2. Is It Right - Manor 1017-B
BOTH played in sequence
Click HERE for SPOTLIGHT ON THE BROWN DOTS - PART ONE.
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