Jo Stafford Discography

1951


SINGLES


If / It Is No Secret
It Is No Secret: with Quartet
Columbia 39082 - Issued January 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39082
Also issued on 7’ 33 rpm as Columbia 3-39082
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Teardrops From My Eyes / My Heart Cries For You

with Gene Autry and orchestra conducted by Carl Cotner
Columbia 39086 - Issued January 1951 (or December 1950; see Details)
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39086
Also issued on 7’ 33 rpm as Columbia 3-39086
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Tennessee Waltz / Good Night Pillow
Columbia 39129 - Issued January 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39129
Also issued on 7’ rpm as Columbia 3-39129
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Handsome Stranger (The) / If You’ve Got The Money, I’ve Got The Time
Columbia 39130 - Issued January 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39130
Also issued on 7’ 33 rpm as Columbia 3-39130
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Lovely Is The Evening / San Antonio Rose

Lovely Is The Evening: with the Norman Luboff Choir
San Antonio Rose: with vocal quartette
Columbia 39206 - Issued March 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39206
Also issued on 7’ 33 rpm as Columbia 3-39206
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With These Hands / Till We Meet Again
with Nelson Eddy
Columbia 1-G  - Issued April 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-1-G
Also issued on 7’ 33 rpm as Columbia 3-1-G
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Along The Colorado Trail / Make The Man Love Me
with the Norman Luboff Choir
Columbia 39301 - Issued April 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39301
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Pretty-Eyed Baby / That’s The One For Me
with Frankie Laine and Carl Fischer (piano)
Columbia 39388 - Issued June 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39388
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Allentown Jail / Somebody
Somebody: with Norman Luboff Choir
Columbia 39389 - Issued June 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39389
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When It’s Springtime In The Rockies / Neopolitan Nights (Nights Of Splendor)
with Gordon MacRae and the Bill Loose Orchestra
Capitol 1523 – Issued June 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Capitol F1523
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Conversation While Dancing
with Johnny Mercer
(Re-issue)
Capitol 1603 - Issued June 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Capitol  F1603
(coupled with: Johnny Mercer & The Pied Pipers - On The Atchison, Topeka And Sante Fe)
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Candy / Blues in the Night
with Johnny Mercer & Pied Pipers
Capitol 1608 – Issued June 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Capitol  F1608
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Temptation (Tim-Tay-Shun)
(Jo Stafford as) Cinderella G. Stump
with Red Ingle and the Natural Seven
Capitol 1639 - Issued June 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Capitol  F1639
(Coupled with:  Red Ingle and the Natural Seven - Cigareets, Whuskey And Wild, Wild Women)
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Whispering Hope / I'll String Along With You
with Gordon MacRae
Capitol 1642 – Issued June 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Capitol  F1642
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On The Sunny Side Of The Street / Tumbling Tumbleweeds
with The Pied Pipers (featuring June Hutton)
Capitol 1651 – Issued June 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Capitol  F1651
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In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening / That’s Good! That’s Bad!

with Frankie Laine and Carl Fischer (piano)
Columbia 39466 - Issued July 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39466
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Star Of Hope / He Bought My Soul At Calvary
with the Lee Brothers
Columbia 39448 - Issued August 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39448
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Kissin’ Bug Boogie / Hawaiian War Chant
Hawaiian War Chant: with Ziggy Elman (trumpet)
Columbia 39529 - Issued September 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39529
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Gambella (The Gamblin’ Lady) / Hey, Good Lookin’
Gambella: with Frankie Laine and the Norman Luboff Choir - Carl Fischer at the piano
Hey, Good Lookin’: with Frankie Laine and Carl Fischer (piano)
Columbia 39570 – Issued October 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39570
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Shrimp Boats (A Comin’ - There’s Dancin’ Tonight) / Love, Mystery And Adventure
Shrimp Boats: with the Norman Luboff Choir
Columbia 39581 - Issued October 1951
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-39581
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I Love You Truly / When I Grow Too Old To Dream
with Nelson Eddy
Columbia 5-G - Date of issue unknown
Also issued on 45 rpm as Columbia 4-5-G
Also issued on 7’ 33 rpm as Columbia 3-5-G
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