Ill Remember April - Tommy Dorsey & Artie Shaw - Swingsation

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  • Artie Shaw (born Arthur Jacob Arshawsky in New York City) grew up in New Haven, Connecticut, where his natural introversion was deepened by local antisemitism according to Shaw's autobiography. Shaw began learning the saxophone when he was 13 years old, and by the age of 16, he switched to the clarinet and left home to tour with a band.
  • – Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra* Then I'll Be Happy: A5 – Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra* Polka Dots And Moonbeams Vocals – Frank Sinatra: A6 – Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra* The Lonesome Road: A7 – Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra* Blue Skies Vocals – Frank Sinatra: B1 – Artie Shaw & His Orchestra* The Man I Love: B2 – Artie Shaw & His.
  • Matt is proud to assume the position as the director of the Artie Shaw Orchestra, and after years of being inspired by Dick Johnson's virtuoso clarinet performances, he is honored to be the next to carry on Artie Shaw's legacy. Artie Shaw's Music Career Artie Shaw led several different bands throughout the 's, 40's and 50's, always trying.
  • Tommy Dorsey / Glenn Miller / Benny Goodman / Artie Shaw Tommy Dorsey / Glenn Miller / Benny Goodman / Artie Shaw - Up Swing ‎ (4xShellac, 10", Album, RP) RCA Victor/5(5).
  • Feb 26,  · Artie Shaw - Imagination (Verve Records ) The two best-selling versions were recorded by the orchestras of Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey in This is .

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