There is a better-known and similar group with this same name that was based away of Chicago, as well as for awhile expanded towards the Five Blazes. The Western Coast version in fact beat the additional one in to the documenting studio by many years, nonetheless it was the name of a melody that resulted in a lot of the mistaken identification between your two vocal configurations. When the LA version from the Four Blazes broadcast and documented a melody entitled “Chicago Blues,” it obviously spelled trouble forward for the musical research workers who take a lot stock from town names in melody lyrics and game titles. Particularly when there has already been a group using the same name from the town involved. This innocent small city blues provides caused untold dilemma on both anthology produces and released discographies. Other edges with the California 4 Blazes consist of “Boogie Woogie Billy” and “Guy, That’s Groovy!,” afterwards reissued on the British isles anthology entitled Man That’s Groovy — Early Vocal Groupings 1935-1944. JAPAN P-Vine reissue identifies this group as the Four Blazes (Hollywood), hence establishing a feasible approach to distinguishing between the ashes of the competing groupings. But on the next volume within this series, the same label transforms around and misidentifies among the monitors, leading a afterwards reissue on Record to help make the same mistake, list the LA group as the Five Blazes and providing the personnel from the Chicago group. True fanatics from the Western world Coast edition can look for the Viper’s Nest compilation Roads of Paris, where broadcaster Corky Corcoran contains an announcement which the Four Blazes will be there to execute the following evening. It’s the LA version, obviously.