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  1. Yozshuzuru Reply
    Time Was - The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Bob Eberly, Helen O'Connell; Embraceable You; It Happened in Hawaii - The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Bob Eberly, Helen O'Connell; I Threw a Kiss in the Ocean; If You Build a Better Mousetrap - The Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra, Bob Eberly, Helen O'Connell; Someday, Sweetheart; He Didn't Ask.
  2. Juzshura Reply
    78_love-you-didnt-do-right-by-me_tommy-dorsey-jimmy-dorsey-bill-raymond-irving-berlin_gbiab Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Dane Bard User_metadataentered Perry Longo User_transferred Perry Longo.
  3. Goramar Reply
    He and his brother Jimmy Dorsey formed The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra in Tommy, the more temperamental one, is usually blamed for igniting the long-standing feud that broke them up in Apparently an argument erupted over the tempo of one of their songs, which led to Tommy's exit.
  4. Kazrazshura Reply
    In the spring of , the Dorsey brothers were reunited with the formation of a band dubbed 'The Dorsey Brothers Band' making their debut at the Sands Point Beach Club on Long Island. The duo soon parted company. Tommy when on to form his own band. Jimmy stayed with the group becoming its leader and assuming the name, 'Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra'.
  5. Mejora Reply
    Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra closed at the Terrace Room of the Hotel New Yorker. At midnight, the band played “Auld Lang Syne” and segued to “Sandman,” the Dorsey Brothers’ theme. Jimmy Dorsey was replacing Tommy Dorsey at the New Yorker. Jimmy made an entrance and introduced his band with his new theme “Contrasts.”1.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tommy, Jimmy & Eddie, on Discogs.
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    Dorsey’s Plug Song Rated ‘Facetious’ By Network Censors “Los Angeles – CBS officials here have refused to clear a new song, “No Stuff In Your Cuff,” written by Sy Oliver and being plugged by Tommy Dorsey, on the grounds that it makes light of the food shortage facing the country. One line goes, “There’s gonna be no.
  8. Minris Reply
    Tommy Dorsey, American musician who, independently and with his brother Jimmy, led several of the most popular big bands of the swing era. His theme song was ‘I’m Getting Sentimental over You.’ He was also a highly respected and influential trombonist. Learn more about Dorsey’s life and career.

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