The Dorsey Brothers - Big Band Sounds mp3 album
The Dorsey Brothers were an American studio jazz band, led by Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey. They started recording in 1928 for OKeh Records. The Dorsey Brothers recorded songs for the dime store labels (Banner, Cameo, Domino, Jewel, Oriole, Perfect). A handful of sides during their Brunswick period were issued by Vocalion. They signed to Decca in 1934, formed a more traditional band, and performed live until a falling out in May 1935
The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra. Aliases: The Big Aces, The Travelers (5).
Big Band Sounds: Swing Era of 1930-1936. By Heck (Dorsey Brothers Version).
Album · 2003 · 30 Songs. I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (Tommy Dorsey Version). 12. Stompin' at the Savoy (Benny Goodman Version). 13. Topsy (Count Basie Version). 14. Moon Glow (Benny Goodman Version).
4. Savage Rhythm - Mills Blue Rhythm Band. 5. Chant Of The Weed - Don Redman. 6. St. Louis Blues - Dorsey Brothers. 7. Rock And Rye - Earl Hines. 8. Down South Camp Meeting - Fletcher Henderson.
Original Big Band Sounds. and arr. Jeff Hest E-flat Baritone Saxophone/Solo B-flat Clarinet Book Item: 00-TBB9606. This collection of jazz ensemble arrangements is made up of direct transcriptions of big band recordings by Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington. Arranger Jeff Hest has meticulously transcribed these jazz standards (with the original instrumentation of each famous band) and has included transcriptions of the improvised solos. The titles are: Don't Be That Way Don't Get Around Much Anymore Little Brown Jug Moonlight Serenade Pennsylvania 6-5000 Sing, Sing, Sing Pt.
|1||I've Got Rhythm|
|2||I Should Care|
|3||The Nearness Of You|
|4||Moonlight In Vermont|
|6||On The Sunny Side Of The Street|
|7||Fools Rush In|
|10||This Lover Of Mine|
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