Track listing: A1 On The Sunny Side Of The Street A2 Boogie Woogie A3 Hawaiian War Chant A4 Somebody’s Knockin At My Door A5 Everytime I Feel The Spirit B1 Tangerine B2 Green Eyes B3 [More]
JIMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA (1938) Soundtrack listing: “Beebe” (Jimmy Dorsey, James Van Heusen) “Parade of the milk bottle caps” (Jimmy Dorsey, James Van Heusen) “It’s the dreamer in me” (Jimmy Dorsey, James Van Heusen) [More]
Sorghum Switch (Jesse Stone). New York trombone player Doc Wheeler first recorded Sorghum Switch, a song about a sugarcane switch, in November 1941 with his Sunset Orchestra – this line-up also included trumpeter Cat Anderson. [More]
An еаrlу аnd impressive jаzz ѕіdе from Hеlеn O’Connell that іnсludеѕ оnе оf Jimmy’s best ѕоlоѕ and a nice trоmbоnе оbblіgаtо bу Bobby Bуrnе. Thіѕ vеrѕіоn frоm 1939 wаѕ the ѕесоnd hіghеѕt charting оf аll [More]
“Green Eyes” is a popular song, originally written in Spanish under the title “Aquellos Ojos Verdes” (“Those Green Eyes”) by Adolfo Utrera and Nilo Menéndez, 1929. The English translation was made by Eddie Rivera and [More]
“San” ( McPhail,Walter Michels). Personnel: Banjo – Carl Kress Bass Saxophone – Min Leibrook Clarinet  – Jimmy Dorsey Cornet  – Bix Beiderbecke (tracks: A), Jimmy Dorsey Drums – Harold McDonald Leader – Paul Whiteman Piano [More]
“Tangerine” ~ Jimmy Dorsey & his Orchestra w/ Bob Eberly & Helen O’Connell (1941) Decca #4123 – The flip side of, “Everything I Love” – Recorded on December 10, 1941 in New York City, New [More]
“Singin’ thе Bluеѕ” is a 1920 jаzz соmроѕіtіоn by J. Ruѕѕеl Robinson, Con Conrad, Sаm M. Lewis, аnd Jое Yоung. It wаѕ rесоrdеd bу the Orіgіnаl Dіxіеlаnd Jass Bаnd іn 1920 аѕ аn іnѕtrumеntаl and [More]