Music: Popular, Mar. 17, 1941

How Did He Look (Joan Merrill; Bluebird). The torch record that is putting nickels into the nation's juke boxes. As a result, choke-making Songstress Merrill is looking toward Hollywood.

Linger Awhile (Rex Stewart; Bluebird). Most clarified hot-of-the-month, with many good solos, including Colorado-Claro Stewart's strong trumpet.

Lady in the Dark Album (Decca). Sibilant Hildegarde sings the Gertrude Lawrence part of the Hart-Gershwin-Weill musical. In the main, German Composer Kurt Weill has a baboo approach to U. S. musical idiom, e.g., Saga of Jenny, My Ship, This Is New. Good enough for anyone's piano is One Life To Live.

Amapola (Jimmy Dorsey; Decca). Every company...

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