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1941-1942 - Harry James & His Orchestra
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  1. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen]
  2. Rancho Pillow
  3. You've Changed
  4. My Melancholy Baby
  5. The Man With the Lollipop Song
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  1. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen]
  2. Rancho Pillow
  3. You've Changed
  4. My Melancholy Baby
  5. The Man With the Lollipop Song
  6. The Devil Sat Down and Cried
  7. He's 1-A in the Army and He's A-1 in My Heart
  8. Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie
  9. You Don't Know What Love Is
  10. Make Love to Me
  11. Day Dreaming
  12. J.P. Dooley III
  13. I Don't Want to Walk Without You
  14. B-19
  15. All My Love
  16. The Mole
  17. Blues in the Night
  18. Strictly Instrumental
  19. But Not for Me
  20. I Remember You
  21. Last Night I Said a Prayer
  22. Skylark
  23. The Clipper
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On the seventh Classics CD reissuing all of Harry James' early recordings, the trumpeter and his orchestra are heard just before and two months after Pearl Harbor. James' ensemble was rapidly rising to the top of its field. During this period of time, Helen Forrest became James' female vocalist and on her second session with the band she recorded a big hit in "I Don't Want to Walk Without You." Forrest is also in excellent form on "But Not for Me," "I Remember You," and "Skylark." Dick Haymes also has a few spots; best is ...

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