Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra – The Breeze And I. Найти. Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra – Flight of the Jitterbug. Jimmy Dorsey – Tangerine. Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra feat. Bob Eberly – The Breeze and I. 3:13. Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra – John Silver. Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra – When the Sun Comes Out. 3:12. Jimmy Dorsey v/Bob Ebery & Helen O Connell – Tangerine.
Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra feat. Jimmy Dorsey (Dorsey Brothers Orchestra) –My Friend The Ghost. Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey –Rumba Montevideo. Jimmy Dorsey v/Bob Eberly –The Breeze And I. 3:14. Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey –Yesterdays.
Complete your Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra collection. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 65739A. Matrix, Runout (Side B): 67584A.
Bob Eberly - The Breeze and . Bob Eberly, Kitty Kallen Besame Mucho. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Vocal Ray Eberle Moon Love. Bob Eberly The Breeze and I. 3:01.
The Breeze and I. Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra. This Is Worth Fighting for. Don't Look Now. James "Jimmy" Dorsey (February 29, 1904 – June 12, 1957) was a prominent American jazz clarinetist, saxophonist, trumpeter, composer, and big band leader. He was known as "JD". He composed the jazz and pop standards "I'm Glad There Is You (In This World of Ordinary People)" and "It's The Dreamer In Me". During his early days as a musician, Jimmy Dorsey performed with various other ensembles and artists including the Scranton Sirens, The California Ramblers, Red Nichols, Jean Goldkette, Ben Pollack, and Paul Whiteman.
Jimmy Dorsey had eleven number one hits with his orchestra in the 1930s and the 1940s: "Is It True What They Say About Dixie?", "Change Partners", "The Breeze and I", "Amapola", "My Sister and I", "Maria Elena", "Green Eyes", "Blue Champagne", "Tangerine", "Besame Mucho", and "Pennies from Heaven" with Bing Crosby. In 1935, he had two more number ones as part of the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra: "Lullaby of Broadway" and "Chasing Shadows"