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  1. This Is The Beginning Of The End - (Mack Gordon) Victor 78 RCA CD — The Song Is You () Neiani - (Axel Stordahl, Sy Oliver) Victor 78 RCA CD — The Song Is You The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (ldr), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford (v) a. a Manhattan Serenade -
    The Dorsey/Sinatra Radio Years: 1940-1942
  2. In , Sinatra hired arranger Axel Stordahl away from Tommy Dorsey before he began his first radio program that year, keeping Stordahl with him for all of his radio work. By the end of , he was named the "Most Popular Male Vocalist on Radio" in a DownBeat poll.
    Frank Sinatra
  3. A coletânea "The Song Is You" da gravadora RCA traz o trombonista e band leader Tommy Dorsey e o cantor Frank Sinatra, que na época era um dos crooners da orquestra de Dorsey, juntamente com a cantora Connie Haines e o grupo The Pied Pipers. Segundo alguns biógrafos de Sinatra, esse trabalho teve grande influência em sua carreira.
    Frank Sinatra & The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra:This Is The Beginning Of The End Lyrics
  4. Frank Sinatra & the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra General information Artist Frank Sinatra Arranger Release date(s) September 29, Recorded February 26, – July 2, Record Label RCA Records Producer Product code Track information Discs 3 .
    Don’t shoot the trombonist – how Sinatra got even with Dorsey
  5. Jul 10,  · Dorsey demanded that Sinatra pay him one-third of his earnings for life and an additional 10 percent to his agent. In other words, Sinatra was getting screwed without the courtesy of a reach around! However, in , Sinatra’s representatives tried to get him out of the contract by offering Dorsey $60, to toss it out.
    Tommy Dorsey / Frank Sinatra - All Time Greatest Hits Vol. 1~4 (1988)
  6. Dec 22,  · Sinatra was still making hits with James when he got his next big break in with the “Sentimental Gentleman of Swing”, trombonist and bandleader Tommy Dorsey. Formerly of the Dorsey Brothers, the temperamental perfectionist had sacked brother Jimmy and renamed his band the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.
    Tommy Dorsey All Time Hits
  7. Frank Sinatra used the bands as a step towards his solo career. It was an era of big bands and a singer could not simply be popular. (There are always exceptions, like Bing Crosby) Frank Sinatra.
    Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey
  8. This was the first studio album Sinatra had recorded with Jones since 's It Might as Well Be Swing. The sessions were filmed, with a small audience, and released as Frank Sinatra: Portrait of an Album. The documentary shows Sinatra meeting Michael Jackson for the first time, with Jones affectionately calling Jackson "Smelly".
    The Tommy Dorsey / Frank Sinatra Sessions : vol. 1 (February 1, 1940-July 17, 1940.)

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