I recently purchased a 4 record album of 78 rpm records with the DUBLIN'S label featuring the jazz trumpeter Doc Evans. Dublin's was a record shop in Chicago in 1947 and issued these records for John Steiner of the defunct S & D records who recorded these songs. John Steiner later released these recordings on a Paramount label LP catalog number 106.

One of the titles was ONE SWEET LETTER. About 1' 44" into the tune, there is a 3 second silence, like the recording engineer accidently flipped a switch off then back on. I found out later that John Steiner later bought the rights to the Paramount label and reissued these titles on a Paramount LP catalog number 106. The version of ONE SWEET LETTER was a different take on the LP, with no silence. All the other titles were the same takes as the 78s.

CAN'T BELIEVE
DOCS' OLOGY
HINDUSTAN
LULU'S BACK IN TOWN
ONE SWEET LETTER
PARKER HOUSE ROLL
SPOSIN'
WALKING MY BABY BACK HOME
Below you can hear each take of ONE SWEET LETTER. Enjoy!

ONE SWEET LETTER
The DUBLIN'S take 5

ONE SWEET LETTER
The PARAMOUNT take 6

You can listen to the same refrain of the trombone solo from each take HERE. The first 14 seconds or so are from take 6, that last from take 5. Sounds like 2 different trombones.