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    TOMMY DORSEY: THIS IS TOMMY DORSEY (RCA/Victor) 1971 Vinyl LP

    Compilation double LP vinyl release featuring mono recordings Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra with selected tracks featuring Sinatra

    Catalogue No. VPM 6038



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    Side 1: I'm Gettin' Sentimental Over You, Star Dust, Marie, Song of India, Once in a While

    Side 2: Josephine, The Lady is a Tramp, Who?, Music, Maestro, Please, Boogie Woogie

    Side 3: Hawaiian War Chant, I'll Be Seeing You, East of the Sun (And West of the Moon), I'll Never Smile Again, Whispering

    Side 4: Our Love Affair, Street of Dreams, There Are Such Things, Opus One, On the Sunny Side of the Street

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    TOMMY DORSEY: THIS IS TOMMY DORSEY Volume 2 (RCA/Victor) 1972 Vinyl LP

    Second two record set featuring a compilation of historic 1940s Dorsey recordings

    Catalogue No. VPM-6064



    Record One

    • That's A Plenty
    • After You've Gone
    • Beale Street Blues
    • Night And Day
    • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
    • Milenberg Joys (Parts One And Two)
    • Tea For Two
    • The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else)
    • For You


    Record Two

    • This Love Of Mine
    • Blue Skies
    • Hallelujah
    • What Is This Thing Called Love?
    • We'll Git It!
    • Chicago
    • Chloe (Song Of The Swamp)
    • Why Do I Love You
    • It's Delovely
    • I Get A Kick Out Of You

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    Hi Marty, thanks for the album cover. I really do miss them. They were art. I have a classical musical collection of about 200 albums and on some of them, many have covers that I consider to be works of art, particularly the ones from Deutsche Grammephone (the spelling may be wrong). I have the new large "Concepts" recordings from Frank, but I also bought the smaller version, because the smaller version has the cd's in all the old album covers, just smaller of course.
    Melvin

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