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Harry James

Harry James
Aliases
Harry James and Band
Harry James & His Big Band Plus The Dixieland Five
Harry James and His Musicmakers
Harry James and His New Jazz Band
Harry James and His Orchestra
Harry James and His Septet
Harry James & The Rhythm Section
Harry James with Rhythm
Real name
Henry Haag James
Born
March 15, 1916
Died
July 5, 1983
Country
United States
IPI
00015070918 7 works
Comments
Trumpeter and big-band leader
Family
Betty Grable Wife (1943-1965)
Louise Tobin Wife
Related
Marion Morgan Singer (1946-1949)
Frank Sinatra Singer
Dick Haymes Singer
Kitty Kallen Singer (1943-1945)
Buddy Rich Drummer

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
December 1945 Helen Forrest with Les Paul and His Trio
i 1992 Count Basie and His Orchestra
i July 9, 1945 (2 artists)
1939 (183 artists)
i 1941 (9 artists)
February 22, 1952 (2 artists)
Forever Amber Harry James and His Orchestra 1948 Unverified
July 10, 1942 (28 artists)
i August 2, 1954 (21 artists)
October 10, 1942 (103 artists)
June 25, 1943 (11 artists)
December 1944 (323 artists)
i 1991 (159 artists)
November 11, 1946 (2 artists)
Lone Star Moon Harry James and His Orchestra 1948 Unverified
July 28, 1947 (7 artists)
i March 13, 1950 (2 artists)
i 1947 (5 artists)
November 1939 (23 artists)
i May 8, 1942 (4 artists)
April 9, 1945 (317 artists)
March 1946 (2 artists)
i March 27, 1942 (6 artists)
i Trumpet Rhapsody Harry James and His Orchestra February 13, 1941 Unverified
October 24, 1941 (349 artists)

Covers by Harry James

Title Performer Release date Originally by
August 2, 1954 Lou Gold & His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Murray Amster
March 26, 1945 Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
August 2, 1940 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberly
All or Nothing at All Harry James Unverified
i 1966 (unknown)
1939 Ziggy Elman & His Orchestra, Benny Goodman and His Orchestra
April 21, 1947 Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
i December 1964 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
i May 3, 1954 Yves Montand
i September 17, 1945 Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra
i December 14, 1939 Emilio De Marchi
i 1955 Juanita Hall
i May 3, 1954 Anne Wiggins Brown & Todd Duncan
March 8, 1948 Roland Gerbeau - Orchestre Pierre Guillermin, (unknown)
February 22, 1952 Mickey Katz and His Orchestra, Ella Mae Morse with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle
1939 Mildred Bailey and Her Orchestra
i August 1966 Delmore Brothers
1940 Gene Krupa and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Irene Daye
May 22, 1942 Ginger Rogers and Willie Howard
i August 2, 1954 Fred Hamm and His Orchestra
i 1940 (unknown)
August 1951 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra, Sy Oliver and His Orchestra
i December 1964 Ray Noble and His Orchestra
i August 1966 Jimmy Wakely and His Rough Riders
i 1939 (unknown)
December 14, 1939 (unknown), (unknown)
August 9, 1954 Rosemary Clooney with Stan Freeman, Mundell Lowe, Jimmy Crawford & Frank Carroll
i August 1963 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
i 1959 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i 2001 Julie London
i 1966 Ray Bryant Trio
August 1951 (unknown)
i 1950 Paul Whiteman and His Concert Orchestra
January 3, 1950 Illinois Jacquet and His Orchestra
Covered by (33 artists)
i October 19, 1951 Chick Webb and His Orchestra
March 21, 1949 The King Cole Trio
1941 Mildred Bailey
i 1940 Harry Richman
i August 1966 Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
i 1979 Joe Cook and Alice Boulden
i 1940 Mikhail Ippolitov-Ivanov
i December 1964 Benny Goodman Sextet
1940 Bob Crosby and His Orchestra
1941 Don Barreto and His Cuban Orchestra
Covered by (3 artists)
i December 1964 Lupita Palomera con la Orq. Hnos Dominguez
May 1967 Billy Walker
i March 13, 1950 Ruth Etting
i 1984 Louis Jourdan
i 1966 Neal Hefti and His Orchestra
i 1966 Little Anthony and The Imperials
October 1950 Stubby Kaye & Johnny Silver
i December 1964 Ray Noble and His Orchestra featuring Jack Dumont, Alto Sax
i August 1966 Billy Brown
i January 10, 1955 Carol Haney and John Raitt
1941 (unknown)
Hits Medley: I Had The Craziest Dream - You Made Me Love You - I Cried For You - It's Been A Long Long Time - I Don't Want To Walk With You - I've Heard That Song Before Featuring - Two O'Clock Jump Harry James 1981 Unverified
i 1959 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra with Vocal Refrain by Jack Fulton
i 1966 Tamara
October 22, 1945 Bing Crosby with Camen Cavallaro at the Piano
March 31, 1947 The Two Tones - Bennie and George with Quartet
i August 1966 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
August 1942 The Collegians [US1]
April 29, 1946 Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Vocal Refrain by Billy Williams
Swing and Sway with Sammy Kaye - Vocal Refrain by Billy Williams
January 2, 1942 Kate Smith - Orchestra under Direction of Jack Miller
i December 1964 Eva Taylor, accomp. by Clarence Williams Blue Five
October 25, 1994 The Ink Spots
I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal by Dick Haymes 1941 Unverified
Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Helen Forrest
June 30, 1945 Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes
March 1944 Nick Lucas "The Crooning Troubadour"
October 1950 Robert Alda & Isabel Bigley
i August 1966 Leon Payne
December 1945 (unknown), Harry Fox
March 13, 1950 Trixie Friganza and Jimmie Savo
i August 1963 Ethel Waters and Her Singing Orch. arranged and directed by Will Marion Cook
i February 1945 Fats Waller and His Buddies - Vocal Refrain by Orlando Roberson
March 1946 (unknown)
i 1950 Bix Beiderbecke
i November 1954 Joni James
i May 3, 1954 Henry Burr and John Meyer
1952 Dean Martin with Orchestra conducted by Dick Stabile
i December 1964 Barbecue Joe and His Hot Dogs (Wingy Manone), Mills Blue Rhythm Band, Edgar Hayes and His Orchestra
March 1942 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberly
1952 Dick Haymes with Victor Young and His Orchestra
September 17, 1945 Bing Crosby with Les Paul and His Trio
September 8, 1939 Ink Spots
1938 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Bob Eberle
i May 1967 The Kingston Trio
January 1948 Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
November 1942 Martha O'Driscoll [dubbed by Margaret Whiting]
July 15, 1946 Sammy Kaye
April 9, 1945 Dick Haymes with Orchestra under Direction of Victor Young
i January 13, 1947 Jacob Gade
i 1960 Earl Hines and His Orchestra
January 1938 Larry Clinton and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Bea Wain
i May 3, 1954 Hoagy Carmichael and His Orchestra
i 1991 Ruth Mayon & Mary Lawlor
i 1939 Ferd (Jelly Roll) Morton
i 1992 (unknown)
1941 (unknown)
i May 16, 1941 Sebastián Yradier
April 1950 Marianne Michel
Covered by (60 artists)
i 1960 Count Basie Kansas City Seven
i March 13, 1950 Gertrude Lawrence and Jack Buchanan
i January 10, 1955 Kitty Kallen - Orchestra directed by Jack Pleis
1939 (unknown)
i 1938 Benny Goodman
January 29, 1951 Dick Powell with Jimmie Grier and His Orchestra
i May 3, 1954 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
December 1941 Anita Boyer
i August 1966 Ray Price
September 18, 1942 Victor Salon Orchestra, (unknown)
Maybe Harry James and His Orchestra and Dick Haymes 1998 Unverified
August 1939 Kenny Baker [US1]
i May 18, 1944 Victor Military Band
i August 1966 International Novelty Orchestra
i August 2, 1954 Lionel Hampton & His Orchestra
i September 26, 1941 (unknown)
October 1942 Freddie Slack and His Orchestra - Vocal by Ella Mae Morse
i August 2, 1954 Libby Holman and Clifton Webb
April 1950 David Leonard, Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra
i September 4, 1950 Valaida & Dee Lloyd McKaye
i August 2, 1954 American Quartet with Orchestra
November 1942 Bobby Sherwood and His Orchestra
i May 19, 1947 Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra
i November 1954 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
March 6, 1950 Ray Anthony and His Orchestra - Vocal by Dick Noel
1939 Henry Burr
i 1941 William Frawley
i August 1963 (unknown)
1941 Adrian Schubert & His Orch.
i October 24, 1941 The Tuskegee Institute Singers
November 11, 1946 Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
i December 1953 Erna Lenser
i May 1967 Louis Jourdan
April 1942 Art Kassel and His Kassels-in-the-Air
i 1955 Lena Horne with Orchestra conducted by Horace Henderson
i 1938 Count Basie and His Orchestra
i 1977 Count Basie and His Orchestra
i 1977 Isham Jones Orchestra
1952 Bing Crosby with Six Hits and a Miss and John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra
i November 1954 Shirley Gunter and The Queens
i 1938 Bing Crosby
1952 Judy Garland
i March 1948 Copley Plaza Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Frank Munn
i 1991 Alfred Drake & Joan Roberts
i 1960 The Harlem Footwarmers
i 1974 Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
1955 The King Cole Trio
i April 20, 1953 Richard Hayman Orchestra
i August 1966 Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
i 1960 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
i December 1964 Les Brown and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Doris Day
i January 10, 1955 Boston Pops Orchestra
i December 1953 Boston Pops Orchestra
i 1979 Benny Goodman Sextet
i 1992 Aida Overton Walker
i 1959 Count Basie and His Orchestra
September 4, 1950 Peggy Lee with Dave Barbour and His Orchestra
March 6, 1942 Gene Krupa & His Orchestra
i March 27, 1942 Eric Coates and Symphony Orchestra
May 18, 1944 Carlyle Stevenson's El Patio Orchestra
i November 1954 Orchestra conducted by Alfred Newman
1938 Douglas Richardson
i December 1964 Duke Ellington and His Orchestra
i 1950 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra
i August 1963 The Halfway House Dance Orchestra
i 1955 Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra
i 1944 Sylvester Weaver, Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
i April 21, 1947 Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra - Ray Turner at the Piano
i 1991 Dinah Shore with the Four Hits - Orchestra under the Direction of Sonny Burke
March 8, 1954 Danny Overbea with King Kolax and His Orchestra
i 1955 Chick Webb's Savoy Orchestra
i August 1966 (unknown), (unknown)
i August 2, 1954 King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band, Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra feat. Louis Armstrong
1984 Abbie Mitchell
i May 1967 Zero Mostel, Maria Karnilova and Chorus
i 1939 Ben Bernie and His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra
1952 Ted Fio Rito and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by The Debutantes and Muzzy Marcellino
1939 Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra
i 1960 Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra
1952 Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Erik Rhodes and Lillian Miles
i 1966 Dobie Gray
October 25, 1994 Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra, Kay Kyser and His Orchestra
December 1944 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra
i March 13, 1950 Adele Astaire
i January 13, 1947 Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra
i May 3, 1954 (unknown performer)
1944 Kay Kyser and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Georgia Carroll
i 1950 Dorothy Dickson
i 1940 Joseph Knecht's Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra
March 13, 1950 Al Bowlly
i 1991 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra
July 15, 1946 Bobby Byrne and His Orchestra
i January 10, 1955 Frank Sinatra with Orchestra conducted by Nelson Riddle
i 1959 Sammy Davis, Jr.
March 13, 1950 Glen Gray and The Casa Loma Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Kenny Sargent
May 1967 Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
i August 1966 Sons of the Pioneers
i July 25, 1949 Erskine Hawkins & His Orchestra
i August 1963 Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
i 1939 Count Basie and His Orchestra
Covered by (14 artists)
i 1979 Count Basie and His Orchestra, Harry James and His Orchestra
i 1960 John Kirby and His Onyx Club Boys
i August 1966 Anita O'Day - Orchestra conducted by Larry Russell
i March 1948 Jay McShann
September 8, 1939 Slim and Slam
October 22, 1945 Peggy Lee with Orchestra
i 1959 Miles Davis All Star Sextet
1977 Marc Michel [dubbed by Georges Blaness], The Royalettes
i August 1963 King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band
1991 Tony Martin with Earle Hagan and His Orchestra
1972 Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra
October 25, 1994 Ceelle Burke and Rhythmettes
May 8, 1942 (unknown)
i February 1945 Gene Austin
1952 Cliff Edwards with Victor Young and His Orchestra and The Ken Darby Singers
April 29, 1946 Bob Thompson [US1]
November 1939 John Payne
i 1939 Ted Fiorito & His Orchestra
March 13, 1950 John Hundley & Lillian Taiz
i 1973 Kay Kyser and His Orchestra
January 29, 1951 Jerry Gray and His Orchestra
1977 Alice Faye
1952 Alice Faye
i 1941 Al Jolson
March 6, 1950 Tommy Dorsey & His Clambake Seven - Vocal Refrain by Edythe Wright

Web Covers by Harry James

Title Performer Upload date Originally by
Moon Love Frank Sinatra & Harry James April 8, 2015 Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Ray Eberle
Rivers of Babylon Harry James & His Orch. March 4, 2019 The Melodians

Songs written by Harry James

Original songs

Adapted songs

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
1948 Broadcasts - Selections They Never Recorded Harry James and His Orchestra 1991 Jazz Hour
All the Way Harry James and His Orchestra 1974 Big Band Archives
All Time Favorites Harry James 1947 Columbia
Bandstand Memories 1938 to 1948 Harry James and His Orchestra October 25, 1994 Hindsight
Comin' from a Good Place Harry James 1977 Sheffield Lab
Dancing in Person with Harry James at the Hollywood Palladium Harry James August 2, 1954 Columbia
Double Dixie Harry James & His Big Band Plus The Dixieland Five August 1963 MGM
Harry James and His Musicmakers Live From Clearwater Florida Volume 1 Harry James and His Musicmakers 1984 First Heard
Harry James and His New Swinging Band Harry James and His Orchestra 1959 MGM
Harry James and His Orchestra 1940-1941 Harry James and His Orchestra 1973 Sunbeam [US2]
Harry James & His Western Friends Harry James August 1966 Dot Records
Hollywood's Best [12"] Rosemary Clooney and Harry James August 9, 1954 Columbia
Hollywood's Best - Eight Acadamy Award-Winning Songs Rosemary Clooney and Harry James 1952 Columbia
Jazz Session Harry James and His Orchestra 1955 Columbia
Juke Box Jamboree Harry James January 10, 1955 Columbia
June 6 - 1944 - The D-Day Remotes Harry James and His Orchestra 1977 Fanfare Records [US]
Mr. Trumpet Harry James and His Orchestra 1972 Longines Symphonette
New Versions of Down Beat Favorites Harry James December 1964 MGM
One Night Stand with Buddy Rich and Harry James Buddy Rich and Harry James 1979 Joyce [US2]
Our Leader! Harry James May 1967 Dot Records
Spotlight on Jerry Wald, Jan Savitt and Harry James Jerry Wald and His Orchestra - Jan Savitt and His Orchestra - Harry James and His Orchestra 1977 Joyce [US2]
Stompin' at The Savoy Harry James and His Orchestra 1992 LaserLight Digital
The Ballads and the Beat! Harry James and His Orchestra 1966 Dot Records
"Today" Plays the Big Band Favorites Harry James 1960 MGM
Trumpet After Midnight Harry James and His Orchestra May 3, 1954 Columbia
Volume Two Harry James and His New Jazz Band 2001 Mr. Music [US]
Young Man with a Horn Doris Day and Harry James March 13, 1950 Columbia
Your Dance Date with Harry James Harry James and His Orchestra 1950 Columbia

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
11:60 P.M. Harry James and His Orchestra July 9, 1945 Columbia
All of My Life Harry James and His Orchestra March 26, 1945 Columbia
All or Nothing at All Harry James and His Orchestra August 2, 1940 Columbia
And the Angels Sing Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Brunswick
As Long as I'm Dreaming Harry James and His Orchestra April 21, 1947 Columbia
Beyond the Sea Harry James and His Orchestra March 8, 1948 Columbia
Blacksmith Blues Toni Harper - Harry James February 22, 1952 Columbia
Blame It on My Last Affair Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Brunswick
Boog-It Harry James and His Orchestra 1940 Varsity
Braggin' Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Dick Haymes 1941 Columbia
But Not for Me Harry James and His Orchestra May 22, 1942 Columbia
Castle Rock Frank Sinatra & Harry James August 1951 Columbia
Ciribiribin Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Brunswick
Ciribiribin (They're So in Love) Harry James and His Orchestra December 14, 1939 Columbia
Comes Love Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Brunswick
Don't Be That Way Harry James and His Orchestra October 19, 1951 Columbia
Don't Cry, Cherie Harry James and His Orchestra May 16, 1941 Columbia
Duke's Mixture Harry James and His Orchestra 1941 Columbia
East Coast Blues Harry James and His Orchestra January 1948 Columbia
Flight of the Bumble Bee Harry James and His Orchestra 1940 Varsity
Fools Rush In Harry James and His Orchestra 1940 Varsity
From the Bottom of My Heart Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Frank Sinatra August 1939 Brunswick
Guys and Dolls Harry James and His Orchestra October 1950 Columbia
He's 1-A in the Army and He's A-1 in My Heart Harry James and His Orchestra 1941 Columbia
He's My Guy Harry James and His Orchestra July 10, 1942 Columbia
Hurry Hurry Hurry Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by The Skylarks March 21, 1949 Columbia
I Can't Begin to Tell You Harry James and His Orchestra October 22, 1945 Columbia
I Can't Get Up the Nerve to Kiss You Harry James and His Orchestra March 31, 1947 Columbia
I Cried for You (Now It's Your Turn to Cry over Me) Harry James and His Orchestra August 1942 Columbia
I Didn't Mean A Word I Said Harry James and His Orchestra April 29, 1946 Columbia
I Don't Want to Walk Without You Harry James and His Orchestra January 2, 1942 Columbia
I Had the Craziest Dream Harry James and His Orchestra October 10, 1942 Columbia
I'll Buy That Dream Harry James and His Orchestra June 30, 1945 Columbia
I'll Get By (As Long as I Have You) Harry James and His Orchestra March 1944 Columbia
I'm Always Chasing Rainbows Harry James and His Orchestra December 1945 Columbia
I'm Beginning to See the Light Harry James and His Orchestra December 1944 Columbia
I Remember You Harry James and His Orchestra March 1942 Columbia
It's Been a Long, Long Time Harry James and His Orchestra September 17, 1945 Columbia
James Session Harry James and His Orchestra June 25, 1943 Columbia
Jubilee Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus Helen Humes January 1938 Brunswick
King Porter Stomp Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Brunswick
Lament to Love Harry James and His Orchestra 1941 Columbia
La vie en rose Harry James and His Orchestra April 1950 Columbia
Love and the Weather Harry James and His Orchestra July 28, 1947 Columbia
Lullaby of Broadway Doris Day with Harry James and His Orchestra January 29, 1951 Columbia
Manhattan Serenade Harry James and His Orchestra September 18, 1942 Columbia
Memphis Blues Harry James and His Orchestra May 18, 1944 Columbia
Minka Harry James and His Orchestra September 26, 1941 Columbia
Mister Five by Five Harry James and His Orchestra October 1942 Columbia
Moonlight Becomes You Harry James and His Orchestra November 1942 Columbia
Moten Swing Harry James and His Orchestra May 19, 1947 Columbia
My Buddy Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Columbia
My Melancholy Baby Harry James and His Orchestra 1941 Columbia
Oh, But I Do Harry James and His Orchestra November 11, 1946 Columbia
O, mein Papa Harry James & Paul Weston with Orchestra and Chorus December 1953 Columbia
On a Little Street in Singapore Harry James and His Orchestra - Vocal Chorus by Frank Sinatra November 1939 Columbia
One Dozen Roses Harry James and His Orchestra April 1942 Columbia
One O'clock Jump Harry James and His Orchestra 1938 Brunswick
Out of Nowhere Harry James and His Orchestra 1938 Brunswick
Palladium Party Harry James and His Orchestra April 20, 1953 Columbia
Show Me the Way to Get Out of This World (Cause That's Where Everything Is) Harry James and His Orchestra September 4, 1950 Columbia
Skylark Harry James and His Orchestra March 6, 1942 Columbia
Sleepy Lagoon Harry James and His Orchestra March 27, 1942 Columbia
Stomp and Whistle Harry James & His Orch. March 8, 1954 Columbia
Stompin' at the Savoy Harry James and His Orchestra 1955 Philips
Strictly Instrumental Harry James and His Orchestra May 8, 1942 Columbia
Tempo De Luxe Harry James and His Orchestra 1940 Varsity
Texas Chatter Harry James and His Orchestra 1938 Brunswick
The Continental (You Kiss When You're Dancing) Harry James - Rosemary Clooney November 28, 1952 Columbia
The Man with the Horn Harry James and His Orchestra January 13, 1947 Columbia
The More I See You Harry James and His Orchestra April 9, 1945 Columbia
The Wonder of You Harry James and His Orchestra March 1946 Columbia
This Is Always Harry James and His Orchestra July 15, 1946 Columbia
Truly Harry James and His Orchestra January 3, 1950 Columbia
Tuxedo Junction Harry James and His Septet July 25, 1949 Columbia
Two O'Clock Jump Harry James and His Orchestra 1939 Brunswick
Vol Vistu Gaily Star Harry James and His Orchestra September 8, 1939 Columbia
When Your Lover Has Gone Harry James and His Orchestra February 1945 Columbia
You Don't Know What Love Is Harry James and His Orchestra December 1941 Columbia
You Do - One for My Baby - Vine Street Boogie- Pagan Love Song Dick Farney - Frank Sinatra - Harry James March 1948 V Disc
You Made Me Love You Harry James 1944 V Disc
You Made Me Love You (I Didn't Want to Do It) Harry James and His Orchestra 1941 Columbia
You're a Sweetheart Harry James and His Orchestra March 6, 1950 Columbia
You've Changed Harry James and His Orchestra October 24, 1941 Columbia

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#37342 Filip 2008-08-13 08:48:35 UTC processed 2011-06-18 19:43:30 UTC by baggish
#111080 Jeff Chamberlain 2019-07-05 02:39:07 UTC processed 2019-07-05 09:31:39 UTC by Bastien