Pictured: Kelly MCreary as Tyra in “Emily Owens” on The CW Photo: Kharen Hill/The CW ©2012 The CW Network, LLC. " data-medium-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/kelly-mccreary-greys-anatomy.jpg? w=300" data-large-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/kelly-mccreary-greys-anatomy.jpg? w=300" class="alignright size-full wp-image-507639" src=" Time: am – pm The objectives of this course is to look at and understand the elements of a Management Agreement, learn about developing policies and procedures for your company, discuss how to handle conflicts and understanding the owner/broker risk.Primarily, I have indexed three types of albums: LPs, EPs, and 78-rpm albums.CDs have been indexed in a separate page, and the same is true of singles (45-rpm discs, 78-rpm discs, et cetera).(By "counterpart," I mean an album that contains the exact same tracks and the same basic artwork as the American original.) I have prepared separate pages for such counterparts; consult this discography's Miscellanea section, here and here.Similarly, compilations featuring various artists are not part of this index, save for the few that include previously unissued Peggy Lee numbers, and a few more that came out at an early date and strike me as worthy of attention.Issues for which I have no release date are relegated to the bottom of the page.
Non-American albums have been excluded when they have a USA counterpart.By all indications, New American Jazz was a popular album. I believe that it also sold well, although I have no factual confirmation on the matter.(Because I have come across album copies with the words "second printing November 1944," I am under the impression that Capitol ran out of its first 'printing' within the first year of release.) The four 78-rpm discs found in New American Jazz are: 10009: "Clambake In B-Flat" (instrumental) / "I'm Sorry I Made You Cry" (vocal by Jack Teagarden)10010: "Casanova's Lament" (vocal by Jack Teagarden) / "In My Solitude" (instrumental)10111: "Sugar" (instrumental) / "Ain't Goin' No Place" ("blues vocal" by Peggy Lee)10112 "Someday, Sweetheart" (instrumental) / "That Old Feeling" (vocal by Peggy Lee)All eight sides are credited to The Capitol Jazzmen.DRG would thus be an ideal candidate to issue the Kern and De Sylva albums, too.Title: [Various Artists] Somebody Loves Me: The Beloved Songs Of Buddy De Sylva (Criterion Series)Artist: Capitol's roster Format: 78-rpm album Label: CAPITOL Cat. Year: 1947 Volumes: 4 Peggy Lee (ldr), Lee Gillette (pdr), Henry J.Featured articles are considered to be the best articles Wikipedia has to offer, as determined by Wikipedia's editors.