The Essential Frank Sinatra With the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra - Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra

The Essential Frank Sinatra With the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra


Frank Sinatra & Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra

  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 2005-09-16
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 44

  • ℗ 2005 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
I'll Be Seeing You 3:02  
2
Say It 3:23  
3
Polka Dots and Moonbeams 3:19  
4
Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fe 3:11  
5
Imagination 3:13  
6
You're Lonely and I'm Lonely 3:10  
7
East of the Sun (And West of t 3:19  
8
It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow 2:27  
9
I'll Never Smile Again 3:10  
10
All This and Heaven Too 3:36  
11
Trade Winds 2:58  
12
The One I Love (Belongs to Som 3:30  
13
The Call of the Canyon (From " 3:07  
14
Love Lies 3:22  
15
I Could Make You Care 3:09  
16
Our Love Affair 3:01  
17
We Three (My Echo, My Shadow, 3:02  
18
Stardust 3:11  
19
Oh! Look At Me Now 3:15  
20
You Might Have Belonged to Ano 2:45  
21
It's Always You 3:13  
22
I Tried 3:14  
23
Dolores 2:55  
24
Do I Worry? 3:12  
25
Everything Happens to Me 3:11  
26
This Love of Mine 3:42  
27
I Guess I'll Have to Dream the 3:29  
28
You and I 2:41  
29
Blue Skies 3:15  
30
I Think of You 2:53  
31
Violets for Your Furs 3:04  
32
How About You? (From "Babes On 2:53  
33
The Night We Called It a Day 3:20  
34
The Song Is You 3:20  
35
I'll Take Tallulah 3:13  
36
The Last Call for Love 2:29  
37
Just As Though You Were Here 3:12  
38
Street of Dreams 2:40  
39
Take Me 2:59  
40
Be Careful, It's My Heart (Fro 2:47  
41
In the Blue of Evening 2:54  
42
There Are Such Things 2:41  
43
Daybreak 3:11  
44
Light a Candle In the Chapel 3:04  

Reviews

  • Best summary of Dorsey years

    5
    By Razorback9926
    Frank was with Tommy Dorsey only from 1940-42, and if you don't want to spring for the box set "The Song Is You" which has every master take he did with Dorsey, this is the best sampler, with 44 songs from the box which will satisfy all but the completist. This is early Frank, before he had his swagger. He sings the songs straight up, without bending the lyric. Dorsey and his trombone are omnipresent, as well as Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers. I would rank this music as more interesting than his Columbia work with Axel Stordahl in the 1940s, although that ballad-heavy body of work has its own charms too.

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