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Tommy Dorsey and my Grandma Hahn Part 2

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Forgotten Music on 78 RPM records

Grandma Hahn Part 2

Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– A Friend of Yours

There’s No You

Boogie Woogie

Weary Blues

It Started all over Again (v. Frank Sinatra and Pied Pipers)

Mandy, Make up your Mind

Then I’ll be happy

The song is you

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All Victor records by Tommy Dorsey on 10” Shellac 78 RPM

A Friend of Yours

20-1657 –A 3/8/45 written Johnny Burke Jimmy Van Heusen

United Artists “The Great John L”

Vocal by Stuart Foster

Tommy Dorsey & his orchestra, There’s No You

20-1657 B 2/7/45 written by Tom Adair – Hal Hooper

Vocal Billy Usher

 Boogie Woogie / Weary Blues Swing Classic

20654-A 1938

Genre: Jazz

Year: 1938

A: Boogie Woogie

Written by Pinetop Smith

B: Weary Blues

Written by Artie Matthews

It Started all over Again (v. Frank Sinatra and Pied Pipers)

20-1522A, 75403 written by Bill Carey - Carl Fischer 7-2-42

Mandy, Make up your Mind

20-1522-B, 75404 written by Clarke - Turk - Meyer – Johnston 7-2-42

Then I’ll be happy

I Wanna go where you go

20-1938 A D6VB1410 4/8/46

Written by Brown-Clare-Friend

The song is you

20-1938-B D6VB1411 4/8/1946

Oscar Hammerstein II -Jerome Kern

1932 Music in the Air is a musical written by Oscar Hammerstein II (lyrics and book) and Jerome Kern (music).

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