1984
Label: Giants Of Jazz - MCJT 18 • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Dixieland
Stardust - Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra - 16 Hits That Made Him Famous (Cassette)

 · On his famous radio adaptation of H G Wells' War Of The Worlds, Orson Welles had used "Stardust" - as played by "Ramón Raquello and his Orchestra" (actually a bunch of studio musicians, including future Frank nemesis Mitch Miller) - for the dramatic "we interrupt this broadcast" opening of the play. But nobody ever interrupted "Stardust.

 · “Stardust” looms large in the Sinatra legend — it was the first song he ever sang with Harry James’ orchestra, and he would record it several times over the course of his storied career.

 · V-Disc Records () Victory Music Corporal George Simon took a deep breath, as the brothers approached the microphone. For the first time in over fifteen years, Tommy Dorsey's orchestra would share the same recording studio with his brother Jimmy Dorsey's band, a special performance in New York's Liederkranz Hall on Ma.

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