United Transcriptions
(United Transcribed System-2105 / MacGregor CT-5023)

After Nick Lucas left Brunswick in late 1932 he recorded for several labels and also recorded for some transcription companies including MacGregor,(around 1936) and The United Transcription System about ten years later.

The United Transcription service was a Canadian company that made recordings to service to radio stations in Canada and the United States. Hence the recordings would have never been released commercially as records. The exact dates and locations of the recordings Nick Lucas did for the United Transcription service company is unknown. Best knowledge is 1947 in Los Angeles.

Some of the titles are available on CD,
This has been confused in the past with the 1957 Decca album by a similar title, Painting The Clouds With Sunshine (Decca 8653) recorded ten years later.

Here is a list of the United Transcriptions Nick Lucas did around 1947 and there must be others as I've never been able to track down a catalog for the company from that period.


Nick Lucas - Vocals and Guitar

Acoustic Bass - Unknown

(United Transcription System-2105 / MacGregor CT-5023)

Among My Souvenirs

Broken Hearted

Charley My Boy

Just Like A Melody Out Of The Sky

Everything I Love

Painting The Clouds With Sunshine


It Looks Like Rain In Cherry Blossom Lane

Mexicali Rose

The Song Is Ended


I'll Get By

Oh How I Miss You Tonight

Three Little Words

In A Little Spanish Town

I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover

Sleepy Time Gal

Minnie The Mermaid

Gay Ranchero

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