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What a Diffrence A Day Made - The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - Bring Back The Good Times 1934-1935 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey formed The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra in Tommy, the more temperamental one, is usually blamed for igniting the longstanding feud that broke them up in Apparently an argument erupted over the tempo of .
  2. The Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra discography and songs: Music profile for The Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra, formed Genres: Traditional Pop, Vocal Jazz, Jazz. Albums include Pop Music: The Early Years , Lullaby of Broadway / The Words Are in My Heart, and There'll Be Some Changes Made / Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea.
  3. The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - Bring Back The Good Times ‎ (2xLP, Comp The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - - Decca Sessions ‎ (LP, Comp) MCA Records: MCA US: Sell This Version: Cole Porter.
  4. DORSEY, BROTHERS Vinyl Records and CDs The battlin' Dorsey brothers were key in transitioning Traditional Jazz to Swing during the late s and early '30s. These famed hotheads were a good match: Tommy's creamy trombone suited dreamy ballads, while Jimmy's harder-edged saxophone made them a hot rhythm outfit.
  5. Find The Dorsey Brothers credit information on AllMusic. Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey first teamed up together on records as the Dorsey Brothers in but the groups they led through were strictly studio affairs, featuring classic jazz and hot dance music.
  6. 10” Dec DL , Dorsey Bros Orch Vol 1: Dixieland J – , Jun 10" Festival (Aus) CFR, The fabulous Dorsey Brothers, 10” .
  7. Acrimony between the brothers led to Tommy Dorsey walking out to form his own band in as the orchestra was having a hit with "Every Little Moment". Dorsey's orchestra was known primarily for its renderings of ballads at dance tempos, frequently with singers such as Jack Leonard and Frank Sinatra.
  8. Fine collection. Both discs start out with a few gems from the late 's/early 's, when the Dorsey Brothers led a band together, with guest vocalists like the young Bing Crosby and Mildred Bailey. Disc one has some of Jimmy's finest recordings, and most of Disc two contains essentials from Tommy's monumental bandleading career/5(6).
  9. History. 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 , formed a touring band, with Tommy as front man, and a rather unusual line up of one trumpet, three trombones, three saxes and four datibliopyrecubatemitdodileg.coinfo: Jazz.

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