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Street Of Dreams - Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra - This Is Tommy Dorsey (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tommy Dorsey's Greatest Band on Discogs. Label: 20th Fox - TCF • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • .
  2. The two LP Set was called, "That Sentimental Gentleman--Tommy Dorsey", which was subsequently released in CD form, and is highly recommended for any big band fan, and particularly, any Tommy Dorsey /5(20).
  3. Tommy Dorsey disbanded his own orchestra at the end of Dorsey might have broken up his own band permanently following World War II, as many big bands did due to the shift in music economics following the war, but Tommy Dorsey's album for RCA Victor, "All Time Hits" placed in the top ten records in February
  4. This Is Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra, Vol. 1 is the first of two volumes originally released in a series by RCA Victor, which was created in response to a resurgence in big band recreations during the late '60s and early '70s, and is a reissue of 20 famous recordings by Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra.
  5. Orchestra under the leading of Tommy Dorsey, formed in and disbanded in Dorsey's orchestra was known primarily for its renderings of ballads at dance tempos, frequently with singers such as Jack Leonard and Frank Sinatra.
  6. 78_ill-see-you-in-my-dreams_tommy-dorsey-and-his-sentimentalists-brooks-bowman-frank_gbia Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned David Skovron User_metadataentered Perry Longo User_transferred Perry Longo.
  7. Arranger: Weston. The first of two volumes (both double LPs) in a series from RCA Victor, This Is Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra, Vol. 1 provided a response to the many big-band recreations making the rounds during the late '60s and early '70s.5/5(3).

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