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ILL BE THERE - Tommy Dorsey - One Night Stand With Tommy Dorsey Vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The mono-only Special Collectors Edition RCA VICTOR Tommy Dorsey album SATISFYING RHYTHMS (PRM) has a dark gray label with silver print and outline of "His Master's Voice." Liner notes incorrectly identify "On Treasure Island" as being from Dorsey and his new Jimmy-less band's very first VICTOR recording session, which occurred on 9/26//5(7).
  2. Tommy Dorsey - (51 years old) Tommy Dorsey was an American bandleader who played trumpet and trombone. The renowned musician of the Big Band era remained active for 30 years till his death in His best hits include Song of India and You.
  3. Comment: VG+, close to M-, small tear on cover; TOMMY DORSEY: one night stand LP, SANDY HOOK
  4. Aug 17,  · Tommy Dorsey’s sumptuous cantabile on the trombone is one of the most recognizable sounds of the swing era. He was white, by the way. Thomas A. Dorsey () is considered the father of (black) gospel music. He started his musical career as a blues and jazz band leader, much like Tommy Dorsey did.
  5. Sep 25,  · Performer: Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra; Stuart Foster and The Town Criers Writer: Eddie Howard; Sammy Stept Vocal refrain. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for , Vol. 2 - Tommy Dorsey on AllMusic -
  7. Feb 09,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Tommy Dorsey: OPUS ONE YouTube Moonlight Serenade: The Best Of Glenn Miller & His Orchestra (Past Perfect) #BigBands #s #Swing - Duration: Past Perfect Vintage Music , views.
  8. “See the singer guy? One day I’ll be sitting where he’s sitting.” That is what Frank Sinatra told his wife Nancy, when they went to see Tommy Dorsey’s band in In my post about Frank Sinatra and Harry James I had mentioned that in Chicago, Frank Sinatra was offered to be the vocal of Tommy Dorsey’s band, and left the band of Harry James in January

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