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Unfortunately, I don't know of anything that meets that specific description. The closest I know of are:

  1. North Texas vowel database: Native speakers of American English producing the vowels of American English in a /h_d/ context.
  2. Consonant Vowel Tokens: Isolated CVs like /ba, bi, bu, da, di, du/. The links there are now broken, but if you contact the director of the the hosting lab (the Speech Processing and Auditory Perception Laboratory at the University of California, Los Angeles), perhaps you can inform them of the broken links and have them restored.

Unfortunately, I don't know of anything that meets that specific description. The closest I know of are:

  1. North Texas vowel database: Native speakers of American English producing the vowels of American English in a /h_d/ context.
  2. Consonant Vowel Tokens: Isolated CVs like /ba, bi, bu, da, di, du/. The links there are now broken, but if you contact the director of the the hosting lab (the Speech Processing and Auditory Perception Laboratory at the University of California, Los Angeles), perhaps you can inform them of the broken links and have them restored.

It's not perfectly desirable, but you could also try to extract /a_a/ tokens from online IPA charts:

I hope that helps!