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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions   1-3-17

Kay Starr ‎– If You Love Me (Really Love Me) / The Man Upstairs

A Game of Broken Hearts / Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone

Oh Babe / Everybody's Somebody's Fool

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If You Love Me (Really Love Me) / The Man Upstairs

Capitol Records ‎– 2769

Released: 1954

Genre: Jazz, Pop

Style: Vocal

A: If You Love Me (Really Love Me)

Composers – G. Parsons, M. Monnot

B: The Man Upstairs

Composers – Stanley, Manners , Morgan

Conductor – Harold Mooney

Vocals – Kay Starr

A Game of Broken Hearts / Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone

Catalogue: 792

Date: Jan 1950

A1 A Game of Broken Hearts

Composers Larkin, Clark, McMullen

B1 Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone

Composers Henry Nemo, Kay Starr, Dudley Brooks

Oh Babe / Everybody's Somebody's Fool

Purple Label: Capitol Records ‎– 1278

Released: 1950

Genre: Jazz, Pop

Style: Swing

A: Oh Babe

Written-By – Louis Prima, Milton Kabak

B:  Everybody's Somebody's Fool

Written By – A. Adams, G. Hampton, R. Adams

Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.

Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Scranton

Published By – Alamo Music, Inc. 

Conductor [Orchestra Conducted By] – Frank DeVol

Vocal with Orchestra

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