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08 Dec 1947 New York (1st session; 2nd personnel lineup)Columbia II Studio Session
Conductor: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Red Solomon (trumpet), Chris Griffin (trumpet), Yank Lawson (trumpet), William Pritchard (trombone), Anthony Russo (trombone), Roland Dupont (trombone), Tony Miranda (frenchhorn), Johnny Mince (saxophone/woodwinds), Bernie Kaufman (saxophone/woodwinds), Wolffe Taninbaum (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Feldman (saxophone/woodwinds), Ernie Caceres (saxophone/woodwinds), Harry Azen (violin), Buddy Sheppard (violin), Julius Held (violin), Sylvan Kirsner (violin), Harry Urbont (violin), Raoul Poliakin (violin), Felix Orlewitz (violin), Maurice Hershaft (violin), Sid Harris (violin), Helene Shomer (violin), Merle Pitt (violin), Mac Ceppos (violin), Solomon Deutsch (viola), Ralph Hersh (viola), Leon Frengut (viola), George Ricci (violoncello), Armand Kaproff (violoncello), Harvey Shapiro (violoncello), Elaine Vito Ricci (harp), Joe Biviano (accordion), Bob Kitsis (piano), Matty Golizio (guitar), Trigger Alpert (string bass), Johnny Blowers (drums)

CO38498-1
Ever Homeward (3:24)  -  Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne (based on a melody by Kasimierz Lubomirski)
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
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Key Release 1948 Ever Homeward - Army V-Disc

CO38498-PB
Ever Homeward (3:12 playback/alt.)  -  Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne (based on a melody by Kasimierz Lubomirski)
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
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