Tommy Dorsey – In Concert (Full Album)

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Track listing:

Disc 1
A1 Margie 0:00
A2 Hawaiian War Chant 2:42
A3 Blues No More 6:05
A4 My Melancholy Baby 8:59
A5 Time On My Hands 10:26
A6 I Can’t Give You Anything But Love 11:40
A7 Zonky 13:01
A8 You Can Depend On Me 17:45
B1 Yearning 19:48
B2 I’ll Take Talullah 23:12
B3 The Eyes And Ears Of The World 26:32
B4 Hallelujah 29:05
B5 I Never Knew 32:10
B6 Old Black Joe 34:45

Disc 2
C1 Song Of India 37:10
C2 Marie 39:49
C3 Exactly Like You 42:13
C4 And The Angels Sing 47:06
C5 How Am I To Know 49:15
C6 Heat Wave 52:26
C7 Quiet Please 54:34
D1 The Song Is You 56:53
D2 Daybreak 1:01:18
D3 Mandy 1:04:11
D4 Perfidia 1:06:48
D5 Well, Git It! 1:09:22
D6 Swanee River 1:12:09
D7 Blue Blazes 1:15:18

Personnel:

New York, June 1, 1940
Bunny Berigan, Ry Linn, Jimmy Blake, Leon Debrow (tp); Tommy Dorsey, Les Jenkins, George Arus, Lowell Martin (tb); Johnny Mince (cl, as); Fred Stulce, Hymie Schertzer (as); Don Lodice, Paul mason (ts); Joe Bushkin (p); Clark Yocum (g); Sid Weiss (b); Buddy Rich (ds).

B4 Halleluja – New York, August 3, 1940
As above, but Clyde Hurley (tp) replaces Debrow; Berigan omitted.

B3 The Eyes And Ears Of The World – Hollywood, October 17, 1940
Ziggy Elman, Ray Linn, Charlie Peterson (tp); Tommy Dorsey, Les Jenkins, George Arus, Lowell Martin (tb); Johnny Mince (cl, as); Fred Stulce, Hymie Schertzer (as); Don Lodice, Heinie Beau (ts); Joe Bushkinn (p); Clark Yocum (g); Sid Weiss (b); Buddy Rich (ds).

B6; C1 – Hollywood, October 24, 1940
A1 – Hollywood, November 7, 1940
B1; C3 – Hollywood, November 28, 1940
As above.

C4 – Hollywood, February 20, 1941
Ziggy Elman, Charlie Peterson, Ray Linn, Jimmy Blake (tp); Tommy Dorsey, George Arus, Les Jenkins, Lowell martin (tb); Johnny Mince (cl, as); Fred Stulce, Manny Gershman (as); Heinie Beau, Don Lodice, Bruce Snyder (ts); Joe Bushkin (p); Clark Yokum (g); George Boehm (b); Buddy Rich (ds).

D4 – Hollywood, February 1, 1942
Ziggy Elman, Charlie Peterson, Al Stearns, Jimmy Blake (tp); Tommy Dorsey, George Arus, Dave Jacobs, Jimmy Skiles (tb); Fred Stulce, Manny Gershman (as); Heinie Beau, Don Lodice, Bruce Snyder (ts); Joe Bushkin (p); Clark Yocum (g); George Boehm (b); Buddy Rich (ds).

C6 – New York, May 3, 1942
Ziggy Elman, Charlie Peterson, Jimmy Blake, Jimmy Zito (tp); Tommy Dorsey, George Arus, Jimmy Skiles, Dave Jacobs (tb); Fred Stulce, Harry Schuchman (as); Bruce Snyder, Heinie Beau, Don Lodice (ts); Milt Raskin (p); Clark Yocum (g); Phil Stevens (b); Buddy Rich (ds) plus string section.

A4 – New York, May 17, 1942
A2 – New York, July 26, 1942
D7 – New York, July 30, 1942
B2 – New York, August 17, 1942
D5 – New York, September 3, 1942
D1 – New York, September 17, 1942
A5; A6 – New York, October 2, 1942
A3 – New York, October 9, 1942
Probably much the same as above.

B5; C2; D2: – New York, April 16, 1943
Sonny Bergman, Pete Candoli, Mickey Mangano, Sol La Perche (tp); Tommy Dorsey, walt Benson, Tommy Pederson, Tex Battlewhite (tb); Heinie Beau (cl, as); Sid Cooper (as); Gale Curtis, Al Klink (ts); Ernie Caceres (bs); Dodo Marmarosa (p); Dennis Sandole (g); Phil Stephens (b); Buddy Rich (ds) plus string section.

D3; C5 – New York, August 13, 1944
Roger Ellick, Mickey Mangano, Dale Pearce, George Seaberg (tp); Tommy Dorsey, Walt Benson, Nelson Riddle, Tex Battlewhite (tb); Sid Cooper (as); Buddy De Franco (cl, as); Gale Curtis, Al Klink (ts); Bruce Benson (bs); Joe Park (tuba); Milt Golden (p); Bob Bain (g); Sid Bloch (b); Buddy Rich (ds) plus string section.

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Label: RCA ‎– NL89780
Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Mono
Country: Germany
Released: 1986

 

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