This sixth volume of recordings by Paul Whiteman begins in September 1938, when he signed with Decca Records after his Victor contract had expired. Three of the sessions were recorded with a smaller group which he called his Swing Wing, and all but one of the titles is included. Vocals were by the Four Modernaires, who were Chuck Goldstein, Spook Dickinson, Bill Conway & Ralph Brewster. There are two tracks by his Swinging Strings, which comprised Kurt Dieterle, Al Duffy, Jules Schachter & Maurice Archer on violin, Roy Bargy on piano, Tony Gattuso & Art Ryerson on guitar, Artie Miller on bass, and Rollo Laylan on drums. The remainder are by his full orchestra. This period of Whiteman's recording career tends to be overlooked by collectors, but if you don't have these already there is plenty here to enjoy, not least Jack Teagarden's playing and singing.