Mercury Records Catalog: 45 rpm 1200/1300 series

Mercury 1200 series (7 inch 45 rpm)

Mer. 1205x45   Frankie Laine - I May Be Wrong / On The Sunny Side Of The Street

Babe Russin, tenor sax; Carl Fischer, piano; Perry Botkin, guitar; Artie Bernstein, bass; Lou Singer, drums, vibes; and others.
Universal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 18, 1946
602-2On The Sunny Side Of The Street
** reissue of Mercury 1205.

Mer. 1206x45   Frankie Laine, Tony Fontaine - I'm Gonna Live Till I Die / The Love Of A Gypsy

no details.
** reissue of Mercury 1206.

Mer. 1207x45   Billy Daniels - I Get A Kick Out Of You / Too Marvelous For Words

no details.
** reissue of Mercury 1207.

Mer. 1247x45   Basin Street Six - That's A Plenty / Muskrat Ramble

George Girard, trumpet; Joe Rotis, trombone; Pete Fountain, clarinet; Roy Zimmerman, piano; Bunny Franks, bass; Charlie Duke, drums.
Chicago, IL, September 19, 1951
4211That's A Plenty
4213Muskrat Ramble
** part of Mercury A 104x45.

Mer. 1248x45   Basin Street Six - Farewell Blues / When It's Sleepy Time Down South

George Girard, trumpet; Joe Rotis, trombone; Pete Fountain, clarinet; Roy Zimmerman, piano; Bunny Franks, bass; Charlie Duke, drums.: same session.
Chicago, IL, September 19, 1951
4214Farewell Blues
4215When It's Sleepy Time Down South
** part of Mercury A 104x45.

Mer. 1249x45   Basin Street Six - Lazy River / Basin Street Jump

George Girard, trumpet; Joe Rotis, trombone; Pete Fountain, clarinet; Roy Zimmerman, piano; Bunny Franks, bass; Charlie Duke, drums.: same session.
Chicago, IL, September 19, 1951
4216Lazy River
4217Basin Street Stomp
** part of Mercury A 104x45.

Mer. 1276x45   Frankie Laine - Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams / That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day)

Babe Russin, tenor sax; Carl Fischer, piano; Perry Botkin, guitar; Artie Bernstein, bass; Lou Singer, drums, vibes; and others.
Universal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, October 18, 1946
601-3Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
Carl Fischer, piano; Frankie Laine, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller, conductor.
Los Angeles, CA?, June 14, 1949
2855That Lucky Old Sun (Just Rolls Around Heaven All Day)
** part of Mercury A 113x45.

Mer. 1277x45   Frankie Laine - God Bless The Child / Mule Train

Carl Fischer, piano; Frankie Laine, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller, conductor.: same session.
Los Angeles, CA?, June 14, 1949
2854God Bless The Child
** part of Mercury A 113x45.

Mercury 1300 series (7 inch 45 rpm)

Mer. 1305x45   Frankie Laine - Kiss Me Again / When You're Smiling

no details.
** part of Mercury A 123x45.

Mer. 1306x45   Frankie Laine - September In The Rain / Satan Wears A Satin Gown

Mannie Klein, trumpet; Si Zentner, trombone; Don Bonnee, clarinet; Babe Russin, tenor sax; Carl Fischer, piano; George Van Eps, guitar; and others.
Universal Studios, Los Angeles, CA, August 27, 1946
480September In The Rain
Carl Fischer, piano; Frankie Laine, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller, conductor.
Los Angeles, CA?, June 14, 1949
2856Satan Wears A Satin Gown
** part of Mercury A 123x45.

Mer. 1307x45   Frankie Laine - Carry Me Back To Old Virginny / Swamp Girl

Carl Fischer, piano; Frankie Laine, vocals; unidentified orchestra, Harry Geller, conductor.: same personnel.
Los Angeles, CA?, June 7, 1949
2847Carry Me Back To Old Virginny
** part of Mercury A 123x45.

Mer. 1341x45   Dinah Washington - Embraceable You / What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry

Willie Cook, Harry "Pee Wee" Jackson, trumpet; Gus Chappell, trombone; possibly Dave Young, tenor sax; possibly Rudy Martin, piano; possibly Bill Settles, bass; Oliver Coleman, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals.
Chicago, IL, January 14, 1946
201Embraceable You
Rudy Martin, piano; possibly Hurley Ramey, guitar; Bill Settles, bass; Dinah Washington, vocals.
Chicago, IL, November 13, 1947
1227What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry
** part of Mercury A 135x45.

Mer. 1342x45   Dinah Washington - How Deep Is The Ocean / Harbor Lights

George Hudson, trumpet; Rupert Cole, Ernie Wilkins, alto sax; Cecil Payne, baritone sax; James Forman, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Ray Brown, bass; Teddy Stewart, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals.
NYC, March 4, 1949
2825How Deep Is The Ocean
Dinah Washington, vocals; unidentified orchestra, including strings, Jimmy Carroll, conductor.
NYC, September 1, 1950
3691-2Harbor Lights
** part of Mercury A 135x45.

Mer. 1343x45   Dinah Washington - Time Out For Tears / If I Loved You

Teddy Stewart, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals; unidentified orchestra.
NYC, February 27, 1950
3184-2If I Loved You
Dinah Washington, vocals; unidentified orchestra, including strings, Jimmy Carroll, conductor.
NYC, September 1, 1950
3693-1Time Out For Tears
** part of Mercury A 135x45.

Mer. 1384x45   Dinah Washington - Mixed Emotions / Cold Cold Heart

Paul Quinichette, tenor sax; Wynton Kelly, piano; Freddie Green, guitar; Keter Betts, bass; Jimmy Cobb or Gus Johnson, drums; Dinah Washington, vocals; unidentified brass, Nook Shrier, conductor.
NYC, September 24, 1951
4220-3Mixed Emotions
4221-1Cold Cold Heart