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Clarence Sherman’s Dance Orchestra What'll I Do/ Don’t mind the Rain

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Forgotten Music on 78 rpm Records   S3productions 1-22-17


Clarence Sherman’s Dance Orchestra Whatt’ll I Do/ Don’t mind the Rain


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Domino Records 325(10051)

A: Whatt’ll I Do

10069 (5459? 3/??/24

Composer Irving Berlin

B: Sherman's Dance Orchestra, Don’t mind the Rain

Composers Ned Miller- Chester Cohn

MX# 5456?  3/??/24


Domino Records was the name of several United States record labels which are now defunct:

Domino Records (1917)

Domino Records (1924–1933)

Domino Records (1950s–1960s)

The second, better known, Domino Records, a United States based label, was in business from 1924 to 1931, producing standard 10-inch lateral cut 78s. The label was a subsidiary of Plaza Music Company, headquartered in New York City. Artists Plaza recorded included Ben Pollack and Cab Calloway, who also appeared on other Plaza labels such as Perfect and Banner.