The Dorsey Brothers Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, Volume 2: 1929-1930

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CD Details

  • Released: March 18, 1997
  • Label: Jazz Oracle

Tracks:

  • 1.The Spell Of The Blues
  • 2.Let's Do It
  • 3.My Kinda Love
  • 4.Mean To Me
  • 5.Button Up Your Overcoat
  • 6.I'll Never Ask For More
  • 7.Lover, Come Back To Me (Part 1)
  • 8.Lover, Come Back To Me (Part 2)
  • 9.Daddy, Change Your Mind
  • 10.You Can't Cheat A Cheater
  • 11.Beebe
  • 12.Praying The Blues
  • 13.Am I Blue
  • 14.Baby, Oh! Where Can You Be?
  • 15.Breakaway
  • 16.Singin' In The Rain - A
  • 17.Singin' In The Rain - B
  • 18.Your Mother And Mine
  • 19.Maybe - Who Knows?
  • 20.Have A Little Faith In Me - 2
  • 21.Have A Little Faith In Me - 3
  • 22.Congratulations
  • 23.Beside An Open Fireplace
  • 24.Was It A Dream? - D

Product Description:

Personnel: Emil Stark (vocals).
Recording information: New York, NY (07/16/1928-01/13/1928).
Though it concludes with an alternate take of the orchestral arrangement of "Was It a Dream?" recorded July 16, 1928 (the issued take having been on Volume 1), the second volume of Canadian label Jazz Oracle's series of CD reissues of early Dorsey Brothers OKeh and ARC recordings otherwise covers a one-year period from January 1929 to January 1930, beginning with the most successful session in the bunch, a three-song set featuring Bing Crosby. The band's performance of Cole Porter's "Let's Do It," propelled by a lively Crosby vocal, was the brothers' only hit of this period, when they were doing fewer recordings under their own name while spending most of their time working as sidemen. When they did their own recordings, they still leaned to pop music -- most of the songs are Tin Pan Alley or show tunes; 17 of the 24 tracks here have vocals (the other singers including Smith Ballew, Irving Kaufman, and Scrappy Lambert); and the solos are short, given the time restrictions. Still, the Glenn Miller arrangements on six tracks are attractive, and, moreso than Volume 1, the overall style looks forward to the brothers' successful bands of the later 1930s and 1940s. ~ William Ruhlmann

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  • UPC: 620588800528
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