Beat Me Daddy (Eight To the Bar)

Beat Me Daddy (Eight To the Bar)

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Will Bradley and his Orchestra featuring Ray McKinley. side 1: Beat Me Daddy (Eight To the Bar) [part 1]; side 2: Beat Me Daddy (Eight To the Bar) [part 2] (Columbia 36956), from the album, Boogie Woogie (Columbia C-123).
78 rpm. Both tracks were originally recorded in 1940 and released on Columbia 35530. The album was released in 1947.

The album art and design was created by George Howard Maas (1910-1998), an American commercial artist, graphic artist and designer, and art director. Originally from Kansas City, Maas studied at the University of Kansas at Lawrence. In 1939, he was employed as a painter in the WPA (Works Project Administration). By the early 1940s, Maas had moved to New York City where he continued his career with much success creating cover art for albums, book design and illustrations, and poster art.

Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
sound recording
recording date
1940
release date
1947
recording artist
McKinley, Ray
Will Bradley and his Orchestra
manufacturer
Columbia
place made
United States
Physical Description
shellac (overall material)
paper (overall material)
ink (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 10 in; 25.4 cm
ID Number
1981.0566.186
maker number
C-123
36956
accession number
1981.0566
catalog number
1981.0566.186
Credit Line
Gift of Robert J. Walter
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