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  1. Jul 13,  · disco.aralrajassargasmoogujin.infoinfo: The Fabulous Dorseys: Sara Allgood, William Bakewell, Janet Blair, Ann Carter, Edward Clark, Hal K. Dawson, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, Bob Eberly, James /5(85).
  2. Ascolta 'Besame Mucho' di Jimmy Dorsey. Bésame, bésame mucho / Each time I cling to your kiss, I hear music divine / Bésame mucho / Hold me my darling and say that you'll always be mine /.
  3. I'LL NEVER SMILE AGAIN ~ Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra () by MrRJDB Only Forever - Bing Crosby by Daiane Jances. "SONG OF THE VOLGA BOATMEN" BY GLENN MILLER by musicvideospartseven. [Deleted video] Top 40 Hits Of 9 Jimmy Dorsey Green Eyes by musicvideospartseven. Top 40 Hits Of 12 Jimmy Dorsey Blue.
  4. He voice was as charming as ever and he proved that he could do some acting, especially in scenes with Ethel Griffies, who spent 37 years in the family of 8 years before in the memorable Oscar winning "How Green Was My Valley." A routine but enjoyable movie. Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra really liven things up as well.
  5. Overview. Jimmy Dorsey was born in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, United States, the son of a coal miner turned music teacher, and older brother of Tommy Dorsey who also became a prominent musician. He played trumpet in his youth, appearing on stage with J. Carson McGee's King Trumpeters in He switched to alto saxophone in , and then learned to double on clarinet.
  6. In , the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra had two No. 1 recordings on Decca, including "Lullaby of Broadway" with Bob Crosby on vocals, topping the charts for two weeks and No. 1 for three weeks. Tommy Dorsey left the orchestra in , ending the group Genres: Jazz.
  7. (These and all other Dorsey hits unless otherwise noted featured Bob Eberly on vocals.) By the end of the year, however, with Tommy Dorsey having launched his own band, Jimmy Dorsey changed his group's billing to Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra, scoring his first chart entry under that name with "You Let Me Down" in December.
  8. Les Brown also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Salute To Glenn Miller: Moonlight Serenade / Elmer's Tune / Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree .

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