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Tommy Dorsey - Tommy Dorsey (1937 - 1941) mp3 album
Jazz
Performer: Tommy Dorsey
Title: Tommy Dorsey (1937 - 1941)
Style: Big Band, Swing
Year 1976
Country France
Genre: Jazz
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Tommy Dorsey - Tommy Dorsey (1937 - 1941) mp3 album

Tommy Dorsey (1937–1941) is an album released in Germany by Amiga featuring works by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra. Arranger - Sy Oliver. Bass - Gene Traxler, Sid Weiss. Clarinet - Johnny Mince.

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Tommy Dorsey is an album released in Germany by Amiga featuring works by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra.

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A1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Stop, Look And Listen
Composed By – G. Van Eps*, J. Van Eps*
5:15
A2 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Boogie Woogie
Arranged By – Deane KincaideComposed By – P. Smith*
3:08
A3 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Well, All Right
Composed By – Faye*, Howell*, Raye*Vocals – Edythe Wright
3:15
A4 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Tea For Two
Composed By – Caesar*, V. Youmans*
3:09
A5 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra East Of The Sun
Arranged By – Sy OliverComposed By – Bowman*Vocals – Frank Sinatra
3:09
A6 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Swanee River
Arranged By – Sy OliverComposed By – S. Foster*
3:12
A7 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Swing High
Composed By, Arranged By – Sy Oliver
2:45
A8 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra For You
Arranged By – Sy OliverComposed By – Burke*Vocals – Jo StaffordWritten-By – Dubin*
4:36
B1 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Stomp It Off
Arranged By – Sy OliverComposed By – Jimmy Lunceford*, Sy Oliver
3:50
B2 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Stop, It's Wonderful
Arranged By – Sy OliverComposed By – Reichner*, Boland*Vocals – Edythe Wright
2:46
B3 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Easy Does It
Arranged By – Sy OliverComposed By – Oliver Young*
3:32
B4 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Deep River
Arranged By – Sy OliverComposed By – Hammerstein II*
3:58
B5 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Yes, Indeed!
Composed By, Arranged By – Sy OliverVocals – Jo Stafford, Sy Oliver
3:29
B6 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Arranged By – Deane KincaideComposed By – Traditional
3:59
B7 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Swingin' On Nothin'
Composed By, Arranged By – Sy OliverVocals – Jo Stafford, Sy Oliver
3:15
B8 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Loose Lid Special
Composed By, Arranged By – Sy Oliver
2:46

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone – Hymie Schertzer (tracks: A2, A6, A7, B1 to B3)
  • Bass – Gene Traxler (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B3), Sid Weiss (tracks: A5 to A8, B4 to B8)
  • Clarinet – Johnny Mince (tracks: A1, A5)
  • Design [Gestaltung] – Christoph Ehbets
  • Drums – Buddy Rich (tracks: A5 to A8, B4 to B8), Cliff Leeman (tracks: B1 to B3), Dave Tough (tracks: A1, A4), Maurice Purtill (tracks: A2)
  • Guitar – Carmen Mastren (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B3), Clark Yocum (tracks: A5 to A8, B4 to B8)
  • Liner Notes [1976] – Karlheinz Drechsel
  • Piano – Howard Smith (tracks: A1 to A4, B1 to B3), Joe Bushkin (tracks: A5 to A8, B4 to B8)
  • Saxophone – Babe Russin (tracks: A3, A4, B1 to B3), Bruce Snyder (tracks: B7, B8), Bud Freeman (tracks: A1), Deane Kincaide (tracks: A2 to A4, B3), Don Lodice (tracks: A6 to A8, B4 to B8), Fred Stulce (tracks: all), Heinie Beau (tracks: A6 to A8, B4 to B8), Johnny Mince (tracks: A2 to A4, A6 to A8, B1 to B6), Mannie Gershman (tracks: B7, B8), Mike Doty (tracks: A1), Paul Mason (tracks: A8, B4 to B6), Skeets Herfurt (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B2)
  • Trombone – Dave Jacobs (tracks: B3, B7, B8), Elmer Smithers (tracks: A3, A4, B1 to B3), George Arus (tracks: A6 to A8, B4 to B8), Les Jenkins (tracks: A1, A2, A4, A6 to A8, B4 to B6), Lowell Martin (tracks: A6 to A8, B4 to B6), Moe Zudekoff (tracks: A2), Red Bone (tracks: A1), Tommy Dorsey (tracks: all, except A5), Ward Silloway (tracks: A3, A4, B1 to B3)
  • Trumpet – Al Steams (tracks: B7, B8), Andy Ferretti (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1 to B3), Bunny Berigan (tracks: A5), Charlie Spivak (tracks: A2), Charles Peterson* (tracks: A6 to A8, B4 to B6), Chuck Peterson (tracks: B7, B8), Clyde Hurley (tracks: A6, A7), Jimmy Blake (tracks: A8, B3 to B8), Joe Bauer (tracks: A1), Lee Castaldo (tracks: A2), Mickey Bloom (tracks: B1, B2), Pee Wee Erwin (tracks: A1, A3, A4), Ray Linn (tracks: A6 to A8, B4 to B6), Tommy Dorsey (tracks: A5), Yank Lawson (tracks: A2 to A4, B1 to B3), Ziggy Elman (tracks: A6 to A8, B4 to B8)

Notes

Released within the AMIGA JAZZ Series

A1 rec. April 15th, 1937, New York
A2 rec. September 16th, 1937, New York
A3 rec. May 22nd, 1939, New York
A4 rec. March 15th, 1939, New York
A5 rec. April 23rd, 1940, New York
A6 rec. October 16th, 1940, Hollywood
A7 rec. October 16th, 1940, Hollywood
A8 rec. January 20th, 1941, New York
B1 rec. July 20th, 1939, New York
B2 rec. July 20th, 1939, New York
B3 rec. October 25th, 1939, Chicago
B4 rec. February 17th, 1941, New York
B5 rec. January 20th, 1941, New York
B6 rec. January 20th, 1941, New York
B7 rec. July 15th, 1941, New York
B8 rec. July 15th, 1941, New York

Produced from Original Recordings of RCA Records.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
731129 Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra The Best Of Dorsey Volume 1 (1937-1941) ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) RCA Victor 731129 France 1972
731129 Tommy Dorsey The Best Of Dorsey Volume 1 (1937-1941) ‎(LP, Comp, Mono, RE) RCA Victor 731129 France Unknown
8 50 448 Tommy Dorsey Tommy Dorsey (1937 - 1941) ‎(LP, Comp) AMIGA 8 50 448 German Democratic Republic (GDR) 1975