The Dorsey Brothers Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Volume 3: 1930-1933
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by The Dorsey Brothers ~ Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Volume 1: 1928 $15.39
- Released: March 10, 1998
- Originally Released: 1999
- Label: Jazz Oracle
- 1.Can This Be Love?
- 2.Fine And Dandy
- 3.I Can Make Most Anything But I Can't Make A Man
- 4.You Said It
- 5.Sweet And Hot
- 6.I've Got A Sweet Somebody To Love Me
- 7.Dream A Little Dream Of Me
- 8.I Can't Get Mississippi Off My Mind
- 9.I Apologize
- 10.Begging For Love
- 11.Parkin' In The Moonlight
- 13.By The Sycamore Tree
- 14.(You Knew You'd Hurt Somebody) Why Did It Have To Be Me?
- 15.Ooh That Kiss
- 16.Beebe - A
- 17.Beebe - B
- 18.Three Moods - A
- 19.Oodles Of Noodles - A
- 20.Oodles Of Noodles - B
- 21.Three Moods - A
- 22.Three Moods - B
- 23.Maybe - A
- 24.Maybe - B
Personnel: Tony Sacco (vocals, guitar, banjo); Elmer Feldkamp, Harold "Scrappy" Lambert, Weston Vaughan (vocals); Dick McDonough, Eddie Lang, Carl Kress (guitar); Jimmy Dorsey (clarinet, alto saxophone); Arnold Brillhardt (alto saxophone); Larry Binyon, Foster Morehouse, Bud Freeman (tenor saxophone); Manny Klein, Louis Garcia, Bill Moore , Charlie Margulis, Bunny Berigan (trumpet); Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey (trombone); Fulton McGrath, Arthur Schutt (piano); Stan King (drums).
Audio Remasterer: John R.T. Davies.
Liner Note Author: Jeff Healey.
Recording information: New York, NY (11/07/1930-04/08/1933).
Unknown Contributor Role: Artie Bernstein.
Arranger: Glenn Miller.
This third volume in the story shines the spotlight on the roots of two of jazz's brightest stars and how they eventually became individual icons in their own right. Collecting up old 78s, this features Tommy and Jimmy in the Travelers, their own band, and solo sides from both of them. Counted up in the various lineups are appearances by Glenn Miller, Mannie Klein, Bud Freeman, Eddie Lang, Bunny Berigan, Artie Bernstein, and Stan King. A missing chunk of early jazz history come to light and well done, with great notes and much session information. ~ Cub Koda
Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Volume 2: 1929-1930 (CD)
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