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Thats My Mammy - The Dorsey Brothers - The Dorsey Brothers 1928 (Volume One) (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Aug 05,  · The Dorsey brothers were extremely competitive, and though Tommy was more successful, he was jealous of his brother, according to the book “Tommy Dorsey: Livin’ in a Great Big Way: a Biography” by Peter J. Levinson. The brothers formed their band in and split in
  2. This is the first volume of the Dorsey Brothers orchestra recorded from February to November Received wisdom has it that the Brothers outfit was a jazz orchestra but when they split the individual orchestras were of limited jazz interest only. I'm not sure that was correct/5(3).
  3. Hit records followed after the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra signed with Decca in , but blow-ups between the brothers led Tommy to quit the following year. The split led to two bands, both.
  4. He and his brother Jimmy Dorsey formed The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra in Tommy, the more temperamental one, is usually blamed for igniting the long-standing feud that broke them up in Apparently an argument erupted over the tempo of one of their songs, which led to Tommy's exit.
  5. The biographical film of , The Fabulous Dorseys, describes sketchy details of how the brothers got their start from-the-bottom-up into the jazz era of one-nighters, the early days of radio in its infancy stages, and the onward march when both brothers ended up with Paul Whiteman before when The Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra split into two.
  6. Find The Dorsey Brothers movies, filmography, bio, co stars, photos, news and tweets. Get the latest on The Dorsey Brothers on Fandango.
  7. Biography Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey first teamed up together on records as the Dorsey Brothers in but the groups they led through were strictly studio affairs, featuring classic jazz and hot dance music along with some ballads.
  8. Saxophone and clarinet virtuosos Peter and Will Anderson showcase the music and history of another brotherly pair: Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey. Of the Anderson twins’ off-Broadway Dorsey Brothers revue, the Wall Street Journal raved that they “establish [the Dorseys] as gargantuan heroes of a long-departed, almost mythical era, when the ability to play an instrument better than anyone else.
  9. Subtitled "The Complete Recordings," this Canadian disc presents 23 tracks, five of which are alternate takes, tracing the earliest recordings by the Dorsey Brothers and Their Orchestra (as the original records had it) for OKeh Records in /

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