Previous Vocal Group Record of the Week
(Week of 4/22/06 - 4/28/06)

"My Guy's Come Back"
by Thelma Carpenter
Assisted by The Deep River Boys
on Majestic 1017
released in 1945

Above: Photo of Thelma Carpenter. Click HERE for an article about Thelma Carpenter at All Music Guide.

Above: Clipping from Billboard 9-29-45.

2 Ships That Passed in the Night
[Above clipping provided by Richard Koloda.]
Above: Newspaper clipping from October 29, 1949: TOPS IN HARMONY. -- Crossing paths at the Liverpool Airport in England were the sensational Deep River Boys who have taken the Empire by storm on their personal appearance tour, and the Smith Brothers, singing stars of the British Broadcasting Corporation. The two popular singing groups, compared notes at the airport and then departed on their separate ways to seek new triumph on their current tours.

For a short article about The Deep River Boys by J.C. Marion, please click HERE.

Above: Label image for Majestic 1017 recorded on September 6, 1945. This session produced one other side by this grouping, "Hurry Home" released on Majestic 1023 in early 1946.

Click on an option below to listen to Thelma Carpenter And The Deep River Boys sing "My Guy's Come Back" using Windows Media Player. [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]

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