Music: Popular, Apr. 20, 1942

Moanin' Low (Lena Home; Victor; 8 sides). Old favorites, such as Stormy Weather, The Man I Love, sung sensationally by the soulful Negro torchsinger, lately of Manhattan's Café Society, now in Hollywood.

Waller on the Ivories (Thomas "Fats" Waller; Victor; 8 sides). First album anthology of Waller's piano recordings, from Handful of Keys (1929) to Hoagy Carmichael's Rockin' Chair (1941). No clowning, no singing, not quite the carefree honky-tonk mood, but high-powered, sure-fingered work.

Folk Songs of the U.S.S.R. (Red Army Chorus. Pyatnitzky Chorus, soloists; Keynote; 8 sides). Some of the deep feeling,...

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