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  • 00:09

    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Dry Bones / Summertime

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    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Dry Bones / Summertime


     


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    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Dry Bones / Summertime


    Label: RCA Victor ‎– 20-3523


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single 


    Released: 6 Aug 1949


    Genre: Pop, Classical, Stage & Screen


    Style: Musical


     


    A: Dry Bones


    Saxophone – Boomie Richman


    Trombone – Tommy Dorsey


    B: Summertime


    Composed By – George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin


    Side B: (from the musical Production "Porgy and Bess")


     


    Words and Music That Transcend Time


    George and Ira Gershwin will always be remembered as the songwriting team whose voice was synonymous with the sounds and style of the Jazz Age. Their now-classic folk opera, PORGY AND BESS (co-written with DuBose Heyward), is constantly revived in opera houses and theatres throughout the world.


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  • 00:24

    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Whispering / Two in Love , Marie / Who?

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    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Whispering / Two in Love



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    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Whispering / Two in Love


    Label: Victor ‎– 20-1597


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Released:  1941


     


    Genre: Jazz, Pop


    Style: Vocal


    A: Whispering


    Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers on vocals


    20 Th century fox “Greenwich Village”


    Composers Malvin and John Schonberger


     


    B: Two in Love


    Composer Meredith Wilson, Vocal refrain Frank Sinatra


    8/19/41


    Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra ‎– Marie / Who?


    Label: victor ‎– 27519 27000 series 1941-1942


    My label is RCA Victor 


    Format: shellac, 10", 78 rpm 


    Country: Canada


    Released: 1937


    Genre: Jazz


    A: Marie (vocals Jack Leonard)


    P80-3 Mx # 04534=1 1/29/1937


    Composer Irving Berlin


    B: WHO? ('Sunny') (Vocals Jack Leonard)


    P80-4 Mx # 14683=1 10/14/1937


    Composers Harbach-Hammerstein-Kern


    1930 First National Film “Sunny” 


     

  • 00:37

    Glenn Miller, Tex Beneke, & Tommy Dorsey a little bit of that

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    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records


    Glenn Miller, Tex Beneke, & Tommy Dorsey


    Glenn Miller ‎American Patrol


    Song of the Volga Boatmen


    ‎Tuxedo Junction
    in The Mood


    Tex Beneke & the Miller Orchestra ‎– Give Me Five Minutes More


    Texas Tex


    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Nevada


    That's It


     


     All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Victor Records


    Glenn Miller ‎– An Album of Outstanding Arrangements


    Year: 1946


    American Patrol


    20-1564-A side 1 (p148)


    Composer F.W. Meacham Arranger jerry Gray


    Song of the Volga Boatmen


    Russian Folk Song


    20-1564-B Side 2 (p148)


    Tuxedo Junction


    Composers Johnson-Dash-Hawkins


    Side 3 20-1565-A (P148)


    In The Mood


    Composer Joe Garland


    20-1565-B Side 4


    Tex Beneke & the Miller Orchestra ‎– Give Me Five Minutes More / Texas Tex


    RCA Victor 20-1922_aA 1946


    A: Give Me Five Minutes More


    Composers Sammy Cahn – Jule Styne


    Vocal Refrain by Tex Beneke


    B: Texas Tex


    20-1922-B


    Composer William Finegan


    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Nevada / That's It


    Label: Victor ‎– 20-1710


    Released: 1945


    A: Nevada


    Vocals the Sentimentalists, Stuart Foster


    Composers Mort Green, Walt Donaldson


    B: That's It


    Composers Fred Norman, Tommy Dorsey

  • 00:34

    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).

  • 00:36

    Tommy Dorsey & Grandma Hahn Part 1

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    Forgotten Music on 78 Rpm records


    Tommy Dorsey & Grandma Hahn Part 1


    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– I Dream Of You (More than You Dream I Do)


    Opus No. 1


    Please don't say no


    I should Care     


    Midnight on the Trail


    Hawaiian War Chant


    You're driving me crazy


    More and more


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    All records are 10” Shellac Victor records & done By Tommy Dorsey


     I Dream Of You (More than You Dream I Do) / Opus No. 1


    # 20-1608 Canada 1945


    A: "I Dream of You More Than You Dream I Do" (with Marjorie Goetschius) (1944)


    Edna Osser 


    Vocal by Freddie Stewhart


    B: Opus No. 1


    Written by Cy Oliver


    Please don't say no


    # 20-1625 Los Angeles 11-20-44


    Both songs MGM Film “Thrill of a Romance”


    Written by Ralph Fre , Sammy Fain


    Vocal by Freddie Stewhart


    I should care Los Angeles 11-20-44


    Written by Cahn-Stordahl-Weston


    Vocal Bonnie Lou Williams & the Sentimentalists


    A: Midnight on the Trail


    # 26126A 30324 11/29/1938


    Written by Bickley Reichner - Clay Boland


    B: Hawaiian War Chant


    30323 VD195 11/29/1938


    Johnny Noble – Leleiohaku


    You're driving me crazy


    20-1614 –B, Los Angeles 11-22-1944


    Vocal Bonnie Lou Williams & the Sentimentalists


    Written by Walter Donaldson


    MORE AND MORE 


    Vocal Bonnie Lou Williams, Los Angeles 11-22-1944


    Universal Pictures “Can’t help Singing"

  • 02:52

    The Tommy & Joy Show Pt 1!

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  • 01:30

    Star Trek Horizon and beyond with TOMMY KRAFT

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    Please join us as we welcome TOMMY KRAFT back to Trek Talking. Last time we had him on the show he had some of his friends from Star Trek Horizon. You can check out that by finding the link on the BlogTalkRadio page. Tommy will not be bringing any friends along tis time, but, he will discuss Star Trek Horizon and some exciting new Star Trek news.

  • 03:09

    The Relationship Show - Tommy Explores His Failures In Love & Yours

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  • 00:45

    Cheryl Dorsey Discusses the Disturbing Minds behind LAPD and the Police Unions

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    Chris interviews retired LAPD Sgt and author of "Black & Blue (The Creation of a Manifesto): The True Story of an African-American Woman on the LAPD and the Powerful Secrets She Uncovered (Volume 1);" Cheryl Ford Dorsey. This book was written and published around the time of the tragic events of former LAPD Officer Christopher Dorner.  While Dorsey makes it clear she doesn't condone Dorner's actions, she does understands what he went through because LAPD has made it a habit of targeting black officers who simply do what they pledged to do from the time they graduate from the academy.


    This show may not be an easy swallow for some listeners because it deals much with the side of the police department much of American society is either in deniel or unaware of, the racist, narcissist, sociopathic police agency that seemingly puts more energy towards fighting blacks and black officers than fighting crime.


    Feel free to call Cheryl with your questions or comments, or just drop a comment by scrolling down on this page.

  • 02:58

    Tommy Sotomayor Apologizes To Black Women & Acknowledges That She Is GOD!

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