Woody Herman & His Orchestra - V-Disc 660

Couldn't find the personnel for this one so I thought I would present what was found regarding where it appears to have been sent after pressing.

From wikipedia...

USS Little Rock (CL-92/CLG-4/CG-4) was one of 27 United States Navy Cleveland-class light cruisers completed during or shortly after World War II, and one of six to be converted to guided missile cruisers. She was the first US Navy ship to be named for Little Rock, Arkansas. Commissioned in mid-1945, she was completed too late to see combat duty during World War II. After an initial South American cruise, she spent the next few years serving off the east coast of the U.S., in the Caribbean, and in the Mediterranean. Like all but one of her sister ships, she was retired in the post-war defense cutbacks, becoming part of the Atlantic Reserve Fleet in 1949.

In the late 1950s she was converted to a Galveston-class guided missile cruiser, which involved removing all her aft guns and rebuilding her aft superstructure to accommodate the Talos missile system. Like most of the Cleveland ships converted to missile ships, she was also extensively modified forward to become a flagship. This involved removal of most of her forward armament to allow for a greatly enlarged superstructure. She was recommissioned in 1960 as CLG-4 (and in 1975 redesignated CG-4).

In her new career she served extensively in the Mediterranean, often as the Sixth Fleet flagship. She decommissioned for the last time in 1976, and is now a museum ship in Buffalo, New York.

Little Rock is the sole surviving member of the Cleveland class.

Jack Teagarden & Band / Benny Carter & Orchestra / Charlie Barnet & Band - V-Disc 823 (1948)

Took one of the boys to the flea market last weekend to find some old Sega cartridges after "finding" my old Genesis console in the garage and came away with five V-Discs...a pleasant surprise indeed.

Here's the first to be posted.

I Swung The Election (Glenn Miller)

Jack Teagarden tb, v, dir / Clair Jones, Bob McLaughlin, Val Salata, Vernon 'Tex' Williams t / Fred Keller, Ray Olsen, Wally Wells tb / Vic Rosi cl, as / Dale Stoddard as / Howard 'Gish' Gilbertson, Ken Harpster ts / Clark Crandall bar / Don Seidel p / Jimmy Lynch sb / Frank Harrington d.

Recorded in Los Angeles on August 24, 1944.

Hobson Street Blues

Ray Borden, Jerry Rosen, Tex Williamson, another t / Jack Teagarden, Palmer Combatelli, Jack Lantz, Wally Wells tb / Vic Rosi cl, as / Bob Derry, Dale Jolley, Bert Noah, Merton Smith as, ts / Norma Teagarden p / Charlie Gilruth g / Lloyd Springer sb / Frank Horrington d.

Recorded in Los Angeles c. March 1945.

Benny Carter as, dir / Paul Cohen, Ira Pettiford, Walter Williams t / Al Grey, Candy Ross tb / Willard Brown as, bar / Sonny White p / James Cannady g / Thomas Moultrie sb / Percy Brice d.

Recorded in Los Angeles 1946. 

Charlie Barnet (Still looking for discographical information)