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1936 - Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra
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  1. Stardust
  2. Royal Garden Blues
  3. At the Codfish Ball
  4. Ja-Da
  5. Where Is My Heart?
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  1. Stardust
  2. Royal Garden Blues
  3. At the Codfish Ball
  4. Ja-Da
  5. Where Is My Heart?
  6. Long Ago and Far Away
  7. Mary Had a Little Lamb
  8. Did I Remember?
  9. You've Gotta Eat Your Spinach, Baby
  10. On the Beach at Bali-Bali
  11. No Regrets
  12. San Francisco
  13. That's a Plenty
  14. After You've Gone
  15. For Sentimental Reasons
  16. Head Over Heels in Love
  17. A High Hat, a Piccolo and a Cane
  18. Close to Me
  19. May I Have the Next Romance with You?
  20. Sleep
  21. Another Perfect Night Is Ending
  22. Maple Leaf Rag
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Fans of legendary Chicago drummer Dave Tough will want to listen in on this third installment in the complete recordings of Tommy Dorsey presented in chronological order by Classics. Occurring between sentimental and novelty vocals by sugary Jack Leonard or snappy Edythe Wright, the Dorsey instrumentals of 1936 positively glow with a traditional jazz infusion worthy of Eddie Condon. Indeed, with Dave Tough, trumpeter Max Kaminsky, and tenor sax troubadour Bud Freeman in both the big band and the Clambake Seven, Dorsey was ...

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