Ignore the first track (though it's gratifying to see that Jimmy got some well-deserved recognition as late as the s before his surprisingly early death) and overlook the inferior audio (as a supposedly "authorized" Dorsey recording and the most popular J. D. album on Amazon, it's a sorry commentary on the custodians of American culture that these tracks were most likely struck from /5(25).
Bring Crosby's Immortal is a very good album. The quality of the first track, "Pennies From Heaven," establishes the strength of the collection. It features Frances Langford, Louis Armstrong, and Bing Crosby accompanied by Jimmy Dorsey and his orchestra.
Directed by Lloyd French. With Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra, Bob Eberly, Evelyn Oaks, Jimmy Dorsey. In a nightclub setting, Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra, with two of his vocalists, perform four of the group's best known songs. For the complete list of songs, check the soundtrack listing.
This is a 78 rpm recording: Bing Crosby, and Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra; LABEL: Decca Records, record # ; Date: ; Side A: The Things We Did Last Summer (Jule Styne - Sammy Cahn), Vocal with Orchestra (L ) -- Side B: Sweet Lorraine (Cliff Burwell - Mitchell Parish), Vocal with Orchestra (L ).
Sep 16, · Jimmy's second to last Top 40 hit and his first chart single since "Rag Mop" hit #15 in The last Top 40 hit was "June Night" which charted at #21 in August Jimmy passed away in June of "So Rare" is widely considered as the last major Big Band hit and it was quite a surprise coming in the midst of the wave of rock and roll.