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  1. Tommy Dorsey. Thomas Francis "Tommy" Dorsey, Jr. (November 19, - November 26, ) was an American jazz trombonist, trumpeter, composer, and bandleader of the Big Band era. He was known as "The Sentimental Gentleman of Swing", due to his smooth-toned trombone playing.
  2. 78_on-the-sunny-side-of-the-street_tommy-dorsey-and-his-orchestra-pinetop-smith_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.
  3. PERFORMER "Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra" TITLE " {Chronological Classics, }" FILE " It's Right Here For hardchitabwicehadulinksosarecan.coinfo" WAVE TRACK 01 AUDIO TITLE "It's Right Here For You" PERFORMER "Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra" PREGAP INDEX 01 TRACK 02 AUDIO TITLE "Tiger Rag" PERFORMER "Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra" INDEX
  4. Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra made their debut October 1, at the French Casino in New York. Much of the Haymes band remained intact including arranger and Dartmouth graduate Paul Weston (who went by his birth-name of Wetstein during this period). Wetstein, like George Gershwin and Glenn Miller, was a student of music.
  5. Find Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra credit information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra: Primary Artist, Performer: It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing, Vol Performer, Primary Artist.
  6. Tommy Dorsey permanently left the orchestra in to take over the Joe Haymes band, turning it into Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, with the nucleus of the Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra carrying on under Jimmy's leadership. Tommy's chair was filled by the year-old Bobby Byrne.
  7. Frank Sinatra achieved his first success as a vocalist in the Tommy Dorsey band and claimed he learned breath control from watching Dorsey play trombone. Today's orchestra features vocalists in the same great tradition. And the band plays on. Terry Myers picks up the baton of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra following the legendary Buddy Morrow.
  8. In , Frank wanted to leave the band again but still the same obstacle, the contract Sinatra later named as “a ratty piece of paper.” In the contract, it was stated that if Frank Sinatra left the band, he would pay %43 of all the money he would earn throughout his career, to Tommy Dorsey and his agent.

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