Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra ‎– Forever

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RCA ‎– NL89859(2)
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Reissue
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A1 Keepin' Out Of Mischief Now
Written-By – Andy Razaf, Thomas Waller*
2:45
A2 Dedicated To You
Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Zaret*, Cahn*, Chaplin*
3:10
A3 Satan Takes A Holiday
Written-By – Larry Clinton
3:16
A4 Turn Off The Moon
Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Sam Coslow
2:45
A5 What'll I Do
Written-By – Irving Berlin
3:18
A6 I Hadn't Anyone 'Till You
Vocals – Jack LeonardWritten-By – Ray Noble
2:58
A7 Sweet Sue – Just You
Vocals – Jack Leonard & Chorus*Written-By – Victor Young, Will J. Harris*
2:50
A8 Night In Sudan
Arranged By – Paul Weston (2)Written-By – Tommy Dorsey
3:15
B1 March Of The Toys
Written-By – Victor Herbert
3:19
B2 Too Romantic
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – James V. Monaco, Johnny Burke
3:10
B3 Say It
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh
3:23
B4 This Is The Beginning Of The End
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Mack Gordon
3:14
B5 Imagination
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Jimmy Van Heusen / Johnny Burke*
3:11
B6 Devil May Care
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Harry Warren (2), Johnny Burke
3:07
B7 Do You Know Why
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Johnny Burke / Jimmy Van Heusen*
3:07
B8 Swanee River
Arranged By – Sy OliverWritten-By – Stephen Foster
3:12
C1 Everything Happens To Me
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Matt Dennis, Tom Adair
3:08
C2 Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Arranged By – Deane KincaideWritten-By – Trad.*
4:00
C3 Yes Indeed
Vocals – Jo Stafford, Sy OliverWritten-By – Sy Oliver
3:30
C4 Will You Still Be Mine
Vocals – Conny Haines*Written-By – Matt Dennis, Tom Adair
3:19
C5 I Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest
Vocals – Frank Sinatra, The Pied PipersWritten-By – Harold Green, Mickey Stoner
3:30
C6 Violets For Your Furs
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Matt Dennis, Tom Adair
3:05
C7 Who Can I Turn To?
Vocals – Jo StaffordWritten-By – Alex Wilder*, Bill Engvick*
3:05
C8 A Sinner Kissed An Angel
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Mack David, Ray Joseph
2:57
D1 Embraceable You
Vocals – Jo Stafford, The Pied PipersWritten-By – Ira & George Gershwin*
2:54
D2 Snooty Little Cutie
Vocals – Connie Haines, Frank Sinatra, The Pied PipersWritten-By – Bobby Troup
3:19
D3 Just As Though You Were Here
Vocals – Frank Sinatra, The Pied PipersWritten-By – Edgar De Lange*, John Benson Brooks
3:12
D4 Be Careful, It's My Heart
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – Irving Berlin
2:52
D5 Sleepy Lagoon
Trombone [Solo] – Tommy DorseyWritten-By – Eric Coates, Jack Lawrence (2)
2:52
D6 In The Blue Of Evening
Vocals – Frank SinatraWritten-By – D'Artega*, Tom Adair
2:57
D7 Come Rain Or Come Shine
Vocals – Sy OliverWritten-By – Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
3:17
D8 Summertime
Written-By – Ira & George Gershwin*
3:00

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Notes

While the cover suggests a 1982 release, the runout groove etchings show, that the discs were actually pressed in 1986.

The cover of the reissue version states "32 Great Tracks".
The cover of the original issue reads "32 Evergreens and the story of Tommy Dorsey".

© 1982 RCA/Ariola
Distribution in Europe by RCA/Ariola - Ariola/RCA · Distribué en Europ [sic] par RCA/Ariola - Ariola/RCA · Vertrieb in Europa durch Ariola RCA - RCA Ariola · Printed in Germany. Imprimé en Allemangne.

A1 recorded in November 1936
A2 recorded on January 29, 1937
A3 recorded in March 1937
A4 recorded on March 17, 1937
A5 recorded on March 10, 1938
A6 recorded in April 1938
A7 recorded on October 31, 1938
A8 recorded on June 15, 1939
B1 recorded in August 1939
B2 recorded on February 1, 1940
B3 recorded on March 4, 1940
B4 recorded on March 12, 1940
B5 recorded on March 25, 1940
B6 recorded on March 29, 1940
B7 recorded on October 16, 1940
B8 recorded on October 16, 1940
C1 recorded in January 1941
C2 recorded on February 17, 1941
C3 recorded on February 17, 1941
C4 recorded on February 17, 1941
C5 recorded on June 27, 1941
C6 recorded in August 1941
C7 recorded on September 18, 1941
C8 recorded on September 18, 1941
D1 recorded on September 26, 1941
D2 recorded on February 19, 1942
D3 recorded on May 18, 1942
D4 recorded on June 9, 1942
D5 recorded on June 17, 1942
D6 recorded on June 17, 1942
D7 recorded in January 1946
D8 recorded on April 7, 1949.

B3 from the Paramount Picture "Buck Benny Rides Again"
B4 from the 20th Centry-Fox film "Johnny Apollo"
D4 from the Paramount film "Holiday Inn"
D7 from the production "St. Louis Woman"
D8 from the musical production "Porgy and Bess"

A1 published by Conrad Music
A2 published by Crawford Music Co.
A3 published by Lincoln Music
A4 published by Paramount Music Corp.
A5 published by Irving Berlin, Inc.
A6 published by ABC Music
A7 published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc.
A8 published by Larry Spier, Inc.
B1 published by Witmark & Sons
B2 published by Paramount Music Corp.
B3 published by Famous Music Corp.
B4 published by Robbins Music Corp.
B5 published by Bourne Co.
B6 published by M. Witmark & Sons
B7 published by Famous Music Corp.
B8 published by T. Dorsey
C1 published by Embassy
C2 published by P.D.
C3 published by Embassy Music Corp.
C4 published by Dorsey Bros. Music Inc.
C5 published by T.V. Music Co.
C6 published by Dorsey Bros. Music Inc.
C7 published by Regent Music Corp.
C8 published by Famous Music Corp.
D1 published by New World Music
D2 published by Embassy Music Corp.
D3 published by Dorsey Bros. Music Inc.
D4 published by Irving Berlin, Inc.
D5 published by Chappell & Co. Ltd.
D6 published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co.
D7 published by Crawford Music
D8 published by Gershwin Pub. Corp.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 035628 985910
  • Label Code: LC 0316
  • Rights Society: BIEM GEMA
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): DM E-1393 A-1/5-86 PU
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): DM E-1393 B-1/5-86 PU II
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side C): DM E-1394 C-1/5-86 PU
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side D): DM E-1394 D-1/5-86 PU

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