[Newark]: Manor Records, [1946.
Manor 1038. C-1431, C-1343. Very Good overall with some wear and scratching to B side. In generic sleeve. An uncommon shellac 78 of the noteworthy African American singing group The Cats and the Fiddle backing up singer June Davis on two sultry tunes penned by her. The A side song, "Gin Misery Blues," is somewhat reminiscent of Ma Rainey's 1925 hit "See See Rider." The "J.D." referred to in the B side appears to be the singer's initials, not the better-known, slightly later abbreviation for "juvenile delinquent." Item #140939306