Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and His Orchestra: best 2 tracks. Dean Martin - Bambo italiano Bella Italia, vol. 2, 2010 02:19. Dean Martin - The Man Who Plays the Mandolin Revolver 1957, Vol. 5, 1957 02:47. Artist: Dean Martin Frank Sinatra and His Orchestra.
Freddy Martin was born in Cleveland, Ohio. Raised largely in an orphanage and by various relatives, Martin started out playing drums, then switched to C-melody saxophone and subsequently tenor saxophone, the latter the one with which he would be identified. Early on, he had intended to become a journalist. He had hoped that he would earn enough money from his musical work to enter Ohio State University, but instead, he wound up becoming an accomplished musician. After a couple of years, his skill began attracting other musicians. One such musician was Guy Lombardo, who would remain friends with Martin throughout his life. After graduation from high school, Martin accepted a job at the . White musical instrument company. When Lombardo was playing in Cleveland, Martin tried giving Lombardo some saxophones, which proved unsuccessful.
Like a Ship At Sea. 2008. Complete Jazz Series 1948-1949. Lionel Hampton And His Orchestra.
Freddy Martin and His Orchestra-I’ll Get By Vocal by Johnny Cochran Glen Gray-Summer Night Trombone Solo by Murray McEachern.
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