Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 12/15/01 - 12/21/01)


PART TWO OF TWO-WEEK TRIBUTE TO THE THREE PEPPERS!

"Swing Out Uncle Wilson"/
"Love Grows On The White Oak Tree"
by The Three Peppers
on Decca Y5442 (Australian)
released in 1939

Ad For The Three Peppers
[The above ad provided by George Moonoogian]

Above: Ad for The Three Peppers. (L-R) Walter Williams (bass), Bob Bell (guitar), and Roy Branker (piano). The ad proclaims "Announcing attractions under personal management", "MUSICAL-VOCAL TRIO Terrific Swing", and "on DECCA Records".

Australian Decca Label-The Three Peppers-1939
Above: Australian Decca #Y5442 (released in USA on Decca 2557). It was their second of seven on Decca. They later recorded for the Gotham label resulting in one known release in 1949.

Listen to this week's selections:

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

"Swing Out Uncle Wilson" - The Three Peppers - Decca Y5442 - 1939
"Love Grows On The White Oak Tree" - The Three Peppers - Decca Y5442 - 1939
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence

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

"Swing Out Uncle Wilson" - The Three Peppers - Decca Y5442 - 1939 (file size=401KB)
"Love Grows On The White Oak Tree" - The Three Peppers - Decca Y5442 - 1939 (file size=368KB)

FOR PART ONE OF THIS TRIBUTE, PLEASE CLICK HERE.


Photo Of The Three Peppers
Above: Photo of The Three Peppers. (L-R) Bob Bell, Roy Branker, and Walter Williams.

Movie Still Shot-Bob Bell, Roy Branker, Walter Williams
Above: Still shot from the 1943 movie "A Lady Takes A Chance". (L-R) Roy Branker, Bob Bell, and Walter Williams. To view a short video (39 seconds) from the movie, please click HERE.

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