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Pvt. Cecil Gant

The GI Sing Station

Gilt-Edge Records

Founded in 1944 by Richard A. Nelson

500 N.  Western Ave Los Angeles CA.

(Hollywood, CA, United States)

That Address is now the Korean Sah Buddhist Temple

1944 by Richard A. Nelson

Hollywood, CA, United States

Sometime later moved to Pasadena CA. and became 4 Star Records [1950-?]

Cecil Green

Profile: Keyboardist and occasionally bassist

Profile: American blues pianist and singer (born April 4, 1913 in Nashville, Tennessee, died February 4, 1951 (or 1952) of pneumonia at the age of 38 in the same city).


Cecil Gant recorded his first single in 1944, I Wonder / Cecil Boogie. He went on to release numerous sides on labels such as King, Imperial, Dot and Swing Time/Down Beat

Artist Biography by Bill Dahl   https://www.allmusic.com/artist/cecil-gant-mn0000738919/biography

Pvt. Cecil Gant – Are You Ready / I'm Tired

Label: Gilt-Edge – 506,507,515, 519

Released: 1945

Genre: Blues

Music and words by – Cecil Gant

Cecil Gant – Cecil Knows Better Now / You're Going to Cry

Style: Rhythm & Blues

Pvt. Cecil Gant ‎– Watch That Stuff / Make Believable Girl

Style: Rhythm, Vocal

Pvt. Cecil Gant – Midnight On Central Avenue / How Can I Sleep?

Style: Piano Blues

Gilt-Edge

Profile: American label.

Gilt-Edge records was founded in Los Angeles, U.S., in 1944 and was used for the issue of race records. The majority of these were by the blues singer and pianist Cecil Gant. By March 1946, the label had been discontinued.

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