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63 Sessions displayed for album: Tommy Dorsey And Frank Sinatra: The Song Is You [clear results]
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DateLocationType
1940 New YorkRadio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

USRC140-00546
Who? (3:10)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Recording date unknown.
Selected Releases

USRC140-00547
I Hear A Rhapsody (2:10)  -  Jack Baker. George Fragos, Dick Gasparre
Recording date unknown.
Selected Releases

01 Feb 1940 Chicago: RCA Studio "A"Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Zeke Zarchy (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Lee Castle (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), Ward Silloway (trombone), Elmer Smithers (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Tony Zimmers (tenor saxophone), Dean Kincaide (tenor saxophone), Howard Smith (piano), Carmen Mastren (guitar), Gene Traxler (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS044680-1
The Sky Fell Down (3:10)  -  Louis Alter, Edward Heyman
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 The Sky Fell Down - 78-10" Single
Movie Soundtracks

BS044680-2
The Sky Fell Down (unreleased)  -  Louis Alter, Edward Heyman
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl

BS044682-1
Too Romantic (3:08)  -  Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Too Romantic - 78-10" Single

BS044682-2
Too Romantic (3:08)  -  Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases

26 Feb 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Zeke Zarchy (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Ward Silloway (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Les Robinson (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Babe Russin (tenor saxophone), Bob Kitsis (piano), Gene Traxler (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS047706-1
Shake Down The Stars (3:28)  -  Eddie DeLange, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Shake Down The Stars - 78-10" Single

BS047706-2
Shake Down The Stars (3:26)  -  Eddie DeLange, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases

BS047707-1
Moments In The Moonlight (3:13)  -  Irving Gordon, Richard Himber, Al Kaufman
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Shake Down The Stars - 78-10" Single

BS047708-1
I'll Be Seeing You (3:03)  -  Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1954 Fabulous Frankie - 33-10" Album
1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

04 Mar 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Zeke Zarchy (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), George Arus (trombone), Dave Jacobs (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Babe Russin (tenor saxophone), Bob Kitsis (piano), Al Avola (guitar), Ray Leatherford (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS047746-1
Say It (3:24)  -  Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

BS047746-1
Say It (Begin) (8-track edit)  -  Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

BS047746-1
Say It (Concl.) (8-track edit)  -  Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

BS047747-1
Polka Dots And Moonbeams (3:18)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

12 Mar 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bob Cusumano (trumpet), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Les Jenkins (trombone), Dave Jacobs (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Bob Kitsis (piano), Al Avola (guitar), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS048129-1
The Fable Of The Rose (2:50)  -  Josef Myrow, Bickley Reichner
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

BS048130-1
This Is The Beginning Of The End (3:12)  -  Mack Gordon
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1954 Fabulous Frankie - 33-10" Album
1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

BS048130-1
This Is The Beginning Of The End (Begin) (8-track edit)  -  Mack Gordon
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

BS048130-1
This Is The Beginning Of The End (Concl.) (8-track edit)  -  Mack Gordon
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

BS048130-2
This Is The Beginning Of The End (unreleased)  -  Mack Gordon
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston

29 Mar 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bob Cusumano (trumpet), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Dave Jacobs (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Bob Kitsis (piano), Ben Heller (guitar), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS048479-1
Hear My Song, Violetta (2:59)  -  Othmar Klose, Rudolf Lukersch, Othmar Klose & Ermenegildo Carosio (German words), Buddy Bernier & Bob Emmerich (English words)
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Movie Soundtracks

BS048479-2
Hear My Song, Violetta (2:55)  -  Othmar Klose, Rudolf Lukersch, Othmar Klose & Ermenegildo Carosio (German words), Buddy Bernier & Bob Emmerich (English words)
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases

BS048480-1
Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread) (3:10)  -  Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1954 Fabulous Frankie - 33-10" Album
1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

BS048480-1
Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread) (0:30 excerpt)  -  Rube Bloom, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Voice over with FS interview
Selected Releases

BS048481-1
Devil May Care (3:06)  -  Johnny Burke, Harry Warren
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Devil May Care - 78-10" Single
Key Release 1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

10 Apr 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2 (1st session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), John Dillard (trumpet), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS048758-1
April Played The Fiddle (3:04)  -  Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases

10 Apr 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2 (2nd session)Victor Studio Session
Musicians: Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Johnny Mince (clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS048762-1
I Haven't Time To Be A Millionaire (3:03)  -  Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases

BS048430-3
Imagination (3:11)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Takes 1 & 2: See session for March 25, 1940.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Imagination - 78-10" Single

BS048431-3
Yours Is My Heart Alone (2:52)  -  Franz Lehar, Ludwig Herzer & Fritz Lohner (German words), Harry Bache Smith (English words)
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Takes 1 & 2: See session for March 25, 1940.
Selected Releases

23 Apr 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2 (1st session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), John Dillard (trumpet), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS048938-1
You're Lonely And I'm Lonely (3:07)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

BS048938-2
You're Lonely And I'm Lonely (unreleased)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl

BS048938-3
You're Lonely And I'm Lonely (3:05)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

23 Apr 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2 (2nd session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Johnny Mince (clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS048939-1
East Of The Sun (And West Of The Moon) (3:18)  -  Brooks Bowman
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1954 Fabulous Frankie - 33-10" Album
Movie Soundtracks

BS048940-1
Head On My Pillow (2:50)  -  Pierre Norman Connor, Bissell Palmer
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

23 Apr 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2 (3rd session, 1st personnel lineup)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), John Dillard (trumpet), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS048941-1
It's A Lovely Day Tomorrow (2:27)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

23 May 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2 (1st personnel lineup)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Masson (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (celeste), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Billy Wilson, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS048942-4
I'll Never Smile Again (3:09)  -  Ruth Lowe
Arrangement: Fred Stulce
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Take 1, 2 & 3: See session for April 23, 1940.
Selected Releases

23 May 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2 (2nd personnel lineup)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Leon Debrow (trumpet), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS050852-1
All This And Heaven Too (3:33)  -  Eddie DeLange, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

BS050853-1
Where Do You Keep Your Heart? (2:47)  -  Fred E. Ahlert, Al Stillman
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

12 Jun 1940 New York: Astor Hotel for "Carnaval De Broadway" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Billy Wilson, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC140-00548
I'll Never Smile Again (3:06)  -  Ruth Lowe
Arrangement: Fred Stulce
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
NBC broadcast for Latin America.
Selected Releases

I'll Never Smile Again (3:29 medley)  -  Ruth Lowe
As part of:
a. Ruth Lowe Interview (10/17/40)
b. I'll Never Smile Again + Show Closing with Fred B. Cole (6/12/40)

Marie (4:02)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
NBC broadcast for Latin America.
Selected Releases

The Nearness Of You (1:27 medley)  -  Hoagy Carmichael, Ned Washington
Medley (4:23):
a. Nobody's Baby (Connie Haines)
b. The Nearness Of You (Frank Sinatra)
c. I Can't Love You Anymore (Connie Haines)
NBC broadcast for Latin America.
Selected Releases

Say It (3:16)  -  Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
NBC broadcast for Latin America.
Selected Releases

Say It / Carnaval De Broadway Show Closing: I'm Getting Sentimental Over You (5:00)  -  Frank Loesser, Jimmy McHugh / George Bassman, Ned Washington
Alfredo Barrett (announcer).
Selected Releases

13 Jun 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Musicians: Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Johnny Mince (clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Billy Wilson, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS051279-1
Whispering (2:58)  -  Richard Coburn, Vincent Rose, John Schonberger
Arrangement: Fred Stulce
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Whispering - 78-10" Single
Key Release 1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

27 Jun 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ray Linn (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Bunny Berigan (trumpet), Clyde Hurley (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Billy Wilson, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS051579-1
Trade Winds (2:57)  -  Cliff Friend, Charles Tobias
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Trade Winds - 78-10" Single

BS051579-2
Trade Winds (3:05 unreleased)  -  Cliff Friend, Charles Tobias
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston

BS051581-1
The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (3:30)  -  Isham Jones, Gus Kahn
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

BS051581-2
The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (unreleased)  -  Isham Jones, Gus Kahn
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.

17 Jul 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ray Linn (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Clyde Hurley (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS051874-1
The Call Of The Canyon (3:05)  -  Billy Hill
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

BS051875-1
Love Lies (3:21)  -  Ralph Freed, Joseph Meyer, Carl Sigman
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Love Lies - 78-10" Single

BS051876-1
I Could Make You Care (3:08)  -  Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

BS051877-1
The World Is In My Arms (3:08)  -  E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

20 Jul 1940 New York: Astor HotelRadio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Jo Stafford (vocalist)

HalfWay Down The Street (3:16)  -  Kim Gannon, Guy Wood
Selected Releases

The World Is In My Arms (3:05)  -  E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
Selected Releases

Learn To Croon (1:00 medley)  -  Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston
Medley:
a. Learn To Croon (Frank Sinatra)
b. More Than You Know (Tommy Dorsey solo)
c. How Come You Do Me Like You Do? (Jo Stafford)
Selected Releases

Some Your Sweetness (2:51)  -  G. Clayborn, J. Clayborn
Selected Releases

27 Jul 1940 New York: Astor HotelRadio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Chuck Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

The One I Love (Belongs To Somebody Else) (3:32)  -  Gus Kahn, Isham Jones
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

Once In A While (3:03)  -  Michael Edwards, Bud Green
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

USRC140-00551
Once In A While (3:14 alternate)  -  Michael Edwards, Bud Green
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Includes 11-second intro by FS.
Selected Releases

03 Aug 1940 New York: Astor HotelRadio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

USRC140-00552
(At Least A) Little In Love (1:30)  -  Charles O'Neil, Joseph Peluso
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

USRC140-00553
It Came To Me (1:35)  -  Louis DePyro
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

29 Aug 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Clyde Hurley (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS055543-1
Our Love Affair (2:58)  -  Roger Edens, Arthur Freed
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Our Love Affair - 78-10" Single
Key Release 1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

BS055543-2
Our Love Affair (2:58 alternate)  -  Roger Edens, Arthur Freed
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

BS055563-1
Looking For Yesterday (3:08)  -  Eddie DeLange, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

BS055564-1
Tell Me At Midnight (2:52)  -  Clay Boland, Bickley Reichner
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases
1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

BS055565-1
We Three (My Echo, My Shadow And Me) (3:01)  -  Nelson Cogane, Dick Robertson, Sammy Mysels
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

09 Sep 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Clyde Hurley (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS055960-1
When You Awake (3:09)  -  Henry Nemo
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 When You Awake - 78-10" Single

BS055960-2
When You Awake (3:09)  -  Henry Nemo
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases

BS055961-1
Anything (3:01)  -  Eddie DeLange, Phil Napoleon, Frank Signorelli
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Anything - 78-10" Single
Key Release 1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

17 Sep 1940 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS056131-1
Shadows On The Sand (2:54)  -  Stanley Adams, Will Grosz
Arrangement: Fred Stulce
Selected Releases

BS056133-1
You're Breaking My Heart All Over Again (3:08)  -  Arthur Altman, James Cavanaugh, John Redmond
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases

BS056133-2
You're Breaking My Heart All Over Again (3:00)  -  Arthur Altman, James Cavanaugh, John Redmond
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases

BS056135-1
I'd Know You Anywhere (2:51)  -  Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases

16 Oct 1940 Hollywood: RCA Hollywood StudioVictor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS0555110-1
Do You Know Why? (3:08)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Do You Know Why? - 78-10" Single

17 Oct 1940 Hollywood Palladium: "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

I'm Getting Sentimental Over You / Marie (3:41)  -  George Bassman, Ned Washington / Irving Berlin
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
"Fame And Fortune" Show Opening.
Selected Releases

USRC140-00554
Only Forever (1:25)  -  Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases

USRC140-00554
Only Forever (1:41)  -  Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Includes 16-second intro by Tommy Dorsey.
Selected Releases

USRC140-00555
Marie (2:16)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Selected Releases

Ruth Lowe Interview (1:48 medley)  -  
Tommy Dorsey, Horace Heidt and Ruth Lowe.
As part of:
a. Ruth Lowe Interview (10/17/40)
b. I'll Never Smile Again + Show Closing with Fred B. Cole (6/12/40)
Selected Releases

07 Nov 1940 Hollywood: "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

Our Love Affair (3:03)  -  Roger Edens, Arthur Freed
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

G2PB-3076
Yearning (3:09)  -  Joe Burke, Benny Davis
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Selected Releases

G2PB4519
Yearning (3:20)  -  Joe Burke, Benny Davis
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Includes intro by announcer.
Selected Releases

Sunrise Over Taxco (2:43)  -  George Elliott, Ted Pardue
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

11 Nov 1940 Hollywood: RCA Hollywood StudioVictor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Lowell Martin (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Les Jenkins (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

PBS055157-1
Not So Long Ago (3:00)  -  Clay Boland, Bickley Reichner
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases

PBS055157-2
Not So Long Ago (3:00)  -  Clay Boland, Bickley Reichner
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Not So Long Ago - 78-10" Single

PBS055158-1
Star Dust [aka "Stardust"] (3:10)  -  Hoagy Carmichael, Mitchell Parish
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1940 Stardust - 78-10" Single
1950 Stardust - 45-7" Single

28 Nov 1940 Hollywood: "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

How Am I To Know (3:02)  -  Jack King, Dorothy Parker
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Selected Releases

How Am I To Know (3:10)  -  Jack King, Dorothy Parker
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Includes intro by announcer.
Selected Releases

Is There A Chance For Me? (3:16)  -  William Granzow
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

02 Jan 1941 New York: "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC141-00558
You're Part Of My Heart (3:35)  -  Virginia Sloane
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers
Selected Releases

I Tried (3:11)  -  Clark Dennis, Paul Hand, Carl Nutter
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

06 Jan 1941 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Bob Alexy (trumpet), Lee Castle (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Les Jenkins (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Dave Jacobs (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bill Shine (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS058760-1
Oh! Look At Me Now (3:13)  -  Joe Bushkin, John DeVries
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Oh! Look At Me Now - 78-10" Single
1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

BS058761-1
You Might Have Belonged To Another (2:46)  -  Lucille Harmon, Pat West
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Oh! Look At Me Now - 78-10" Single

09 Jan 1941 Cedar Grove, NJ: Meadowbrook Ballroom for "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC141-00560
You're Stepping On My Toes (3:07)  -  Robert Terry
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

There I Go (2:32)  -  Irving Weiser, Hy Zarett
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

15 Jan 1941 New York: RCA Studio 1Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Les Jenkins (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS058877-1
You Lucky People, You (2:35)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases

BS058879-1
It's Always You (3:11)  -  Johnny Burke, James Van Heusen
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 It’s Always You - 78-10" Single

16 Jan 1941 Cedar Grove, NJ: Meadowbrook Ballroom for "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Les Jenkins (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC141-00561
You've Got The Best Of Me (2:40)  -  Joy Font
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

20 Jan 1941 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Les Jenkins (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS060346-1
I Tried (3:13)  -  Clark Dennis, Paul Hand, Carl Nutter
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Dolores - 78-10" Single

BS060347-1
Dolores (2:52)  -  Louis Alter, Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Dolores - 78-10" Single

BS060349-1
Without A Song (4:20 unreleased)  -  Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose, Vincent Youmans
Arrangement: Sy Oliver

BS060349-2
Without A Song (4:26)  -  Edward Eliscu, Billy Rose, Vincent Youmans
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Without A Song - 78-12" Single
Key Release 1943 Without A Song - Army V-Disc

30 Jan 1941 Cedar Grove, NJ: Meadowbrook Ballroom for "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Les Jenkins (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC141-00562
That's How It Goes (2:26)  -  Michael Gentile, Larry Martin
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

USRC141-00563
When Daylight Dawns (2:50)  -  Bea Huberdo
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

Feb 1941 New York: "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC140-00547
I Hear A Rhapsody (2:10)  -  Jack Baker. George Fragos, Dick Gasparre
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

07 Feb 1941 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Les Jenkins (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS060626-1
Do I Worry? (3:10)  -  Stanley Cowan, Bobby Worth
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
"Do I Worry?" was mastered for V-Disc, but not released.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Do I Worry? - 78-10" Single
1969 Swing Hits - 33-12" Album

BS060628-1
Everything Happens To Me (3:13)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
1954 Fabulous Frankie - 33-10" Album

17 Feb 1941 New York: RCA Studio 1 (two sessions)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Ray Linn (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Les Jenkins (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Heinie Beau (alto saxophone), Johnny Mince (alto saxophone/clarinet), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), Jo Stafford (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS060902-1
Let's Get Away From It All [Part I] (2:48)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Jo Stafford and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

BS060903-1
Let's Get Away From It All [Part II] (2:19)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

BS060902/3-1
Let's Get Away From It All (4:58)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1962 Ten Great Bands - 33-12" Album

27 Feb 1941 Cedar Grove, NJ: Meadowbrook Ballroom for "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC141-00564
When Sleepy Stars Begin To Fall (2:48)  -  Sibyl Allen
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

20 Mar 1941 Cedar Grove, NJ: Meadowbrook Ballroom for "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC141-00565
Goodbye Lover, Goodbye (3:22)  -  Roy Ringwald
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

When Love Comes Again (3:02)  -  Jerry Deane, Lou Halmy
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

27 Mar 1941 Cedar Grove, NJ: Meadowbrook Ballroom for "Fame And Fortune" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), Jo Stafford (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

The Moon Won't Talk (3:16)  -  Helen Bliss, Charlie Hathaway
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Voice over by FS and Tommy Dorsey.
Selected Releases

USRC141-00566
One Red Rose (3:12)  -  Willard Moyle
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

28 May 1941 New York: RCA Studio 1Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Walter Mercurio (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Hymie Shertzer (alto saxophone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Paul Mason (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Jack Kelleher (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS065913-1
I'll Never Let A Day Pass By (3:14)  -  Frank Loesser, Victor Schertzinger
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

BS065915-1
Love Me As I Am (3:07)  -  Louis Alter, Frank Loesser
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Love Me As I Am - 78-10" Single

BS065916-1
Free For All (2:21 unreleased)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Take 2: See session for June 27, 1941.

BS065917-1
This Love Of Mine (3:40)  -  Sol Parker, Hank Sanicola, Frank Sinatra
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 This Love Of Mine - 78-10" Single

BS065917-1
This Love Of Mine (Beginning) (8-track edit)  -  Sol Parker, Hank Sanicola, Frank Sinatra
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

BS065917-1
This Love Of Mine (Conclusion) (8-track edit)  -  Sol Parker, Hank Sanicola, Frank Sinatra
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

12 Jun 1941 New York: Astor HotelRadio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

Do I Worry? (3:10)  -  Stanley Cowan, Bobby Worth
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

Let's Get Away From It All (4:19)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

USRC141-00567
The Things I Love (3:43)  -  Harold Barlow, Lew Harris
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

27 Jun 1941 New York: RCA Studio 1 (1st session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Shorty Sherock (trumpet), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Dave Jacobs (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (tenor saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Jack Kelleher (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS066430-1
I Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest (3:29)  -  Martin Block, Harold Green, Mickey Stoner
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

BS065916-2
Free For All (2:19)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Take 1: See session for May 28, 1941.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 You And I - 78-10" Single

BS066431-1
You And I (2:43)  -  Meredith Willson
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 You And I - 78-10" Single
Movie Soundtracks

27 Jun 1941 New York: RCA Studio 1 (2nd session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (tenor saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS066432-1
Neiani (3:17)  -  Sy Oliver, Axel Stordahl
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Neiani - 78-10" Single

15 Jul 1941 New York: RCA Studio 1Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Al Stearns (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Lowell Martin (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS066923-1
Blue Skies (3:16)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Blue Skies - 78-10" Single
Key Release 1943 Blue Skies - Army V-Disc
Key Release 1954 It's D'Lovely [UK] - 33-10" Album

BS066923-1
Blue Skies (1:00 excerpt)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
Selected Releases

19 Aug 1941 New York: RCA Studio 1 (two sessions)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Al Stearns (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Walter Mercurio (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS067651-1
Two In Love (2:53)  -  Meredith Willson
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 Two In Love - 78-10" Single

BS067652-1
Violets For Your Furs (3:10 unreleased)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Heinie Beau

BS067652-2
Violets For Your Furs (3:12)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Heinie Beau
Take 3: See session for September 26, 1941.
Selected Releases

BS067653-1
The Sunshine Of Your Smile (2:35)  -  Leonard Cooke, Lillian Ray
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Take 2: See session for September 26, 1941.
Selected Releases

BS067654-1
Pale Moon (An Indian Love Song) (2:56)  -  Jesse Glick, Frederick Logan
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

18 Sep 1941 New York: RCA Studio 2 (1st session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Al Stearns (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS067913-1
I Think Of You (2:53)  -  Jack Elliott, Don Marcotte
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1941 I Think Of You - 78-10" Single

BS067913-2
I Think Of You (unreleased)  -  Jack Elliott, Don Marcotte
Arrangement: Paul Weston

18 Sep 1941 New York: RCA Studio 2 (2nd session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Al Stearns (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS067914-1
How Do You Do Without Me? (3:09)  -  Joe Bushkin, John DeVries
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

BS067915-1
A Sinner Kissed An Angel (3:00)  -  Mack David, Ray Joseph
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

26 Sep 1941 New York: RCA Studio 2 (1st session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Al Stearns (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Sid Weiss (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS067652-3
Violets For Your Furs (3:05)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Heinie Beau
Takes 1 & 2: See session for August 19, 1941.
Selected Releases

BS067653-2
The Sunshine Of Your Smile (2:30)  -  Leonard Cooke, Lillian Ray
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Take 1: See session for August 19, 1941.
Selected Releases

22 Dec 1941 Hollywood: RCA Hollywood StudioVictor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Al Stearns (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), George Boehm (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

PBS061991-1
How About You? (2:52)  -  Ralph Freed, Burton Lane
Arrangement: Paul Weston
Selected Releases
Key Release 1942 How About You? - 78-10" Single
Key Release 1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

19 Jan 1942 Hollywood: RCA Hollywood StudioVictor Studio Session
Conductor: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Mannie Gershman (reeds), Fred Stulce (reeds), Don Lodice (reeds), Heinie Beau (reeds), Charles Strickfaden (oboe), Harry Bluestone (violin), Mischa Russell (violin), Nicholas Pisani (violin), Sam Freed Jr. (violin), Cy Bernard (violoncello), Ann Mason Stockton (harp), Skitch Henderson (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar), Henry Stern (string bass)

PBS072042-1
The Night We Called It A Day (3:20)  -  Tom Adair, Matt Dennis
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

PBS072043-1
The Lamplighter's Serenade (2:54)  -  Hoagy Carmichael, Paul Francis Webster
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1954 Fabulous Frankie - 33-10" Album
1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

PBS072044-1
The Song Is You (3:20)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1043 The Song Is You - Army V-Disc
Key Release 1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

PBS072045-1
Night And Day (3:00)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1943 Night And Day - Army V-Disc
Key Release 1954 Fabulous Frankie - 33-10" Album
1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

PBS072045-1
Night And Day (0:38 excerpt)  -  Cole Porter
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

19 Feb 1942 Hollywood: RCA Hollywood StudioVictor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Al Stearns (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Joe Bushkin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), George Boehm (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), Connie Haines (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists), Tommy Dorsey (vocalist)

PBS072107-1
Snootie Little Cutie (3:19)  -  Bobby Troup
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

PBS072108-1
Poor You (2:44)  -  E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

PBS072109-1
I'll Take Tallulah (3:13)  -  E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey, Connie Haines and The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1942 I’ll Take Tallulah - 78-10" Single

PBS072110-1
The Last Call For Love (2:30)  -  Margery Cummings, E.Y. Harburg, Burton Lane
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

09 Mar 1942 Hollywood: RCA Hollywood StudioVictor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Mannie Klein (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Mannie Gershman (alto saxophone/clarinet), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Milt Raskin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Phil Stephens (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

PBS072171-1
Somewhere A Voice Is Calling (3:06)  -  Eileen Newton, Arthur Tate
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Selected Releases

18 May 1942 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Harry Schuchman (alto saxophone/baritone saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Leonard Atkins (violin), Irving Raymond (violin), Bernard Tinterow (violin), Leonard Posner (violin), Sam Ross (violin), William Ehrenkrantz (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Harold Bemko (violoncello), Ruth Hill Berman (harp), Milt Raskin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Phil Stephens (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS075204-1
Just As Though You Were Here (3:11)  -  John Benson Brooks, Eddie De Lange
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

BS075205
Street Of Dreams (2:40)  -  Sam M. Lewis, Victor Young
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1942 Street Of Dreams - 78-10" Single
Key Release 1954 Fabulous Frankie - 33-10" Album

09 Jun 1942 New York: RCA Studio 2Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Harry Schuchman (alto saxophone/baritone saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Seymour Miroff (violin), Raoul Poliakin (violin), Bernard Tinterow (violin), Leonard Posner (violin), William Ehrenkrantz (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Sam Ross (viola), Leonard Atkins (viola), Harold Bemko (violoncello), Ruth Hill Berman (harp), Milt Raskin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Phil Stephens (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS075264-1
Take Me (2:58)  -  Rube Bloom, Mack David
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1942 Take Me - 78-10" Single

BS075265-1
Be Careful, It's My Heart (2:46)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

BS075265-1
Be Careful, It's My Heart (Part I) (8-track edit)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

BS075265-1
Be Careful, It's My Heart (Conclusion) (8-track edit)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

17 Jun 1942 New York: RCA Studio 2 (1st session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Harry Schuchman (alto saxophone/baritone saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Seymour Miroff (violin), Raoul Poliakin (violin), Bernard Tinterow (violin), Leonard Posner (violin), Sam Ross (violin), William Ehrenkrantz (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Sam Ross (viola), Leonard Atkins (viola), Harold Bemko (violoncello), Ruth Hill Berman (harp), Milt Raskin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Phil Stephens (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist)

BS075282-1
In The Blue Of Evening (2:55)  -  Tom Adair, Alfred D'Artega
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

17 Jun 1942 New York: RCA Studio 2 (2nd session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Harry Schuchman (alto saxophone/baritone saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Milt Raskin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Phil Stephens (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS075285-1
Dig Down Deep (2:08)  -  Walter Hirsch, Sano Marco, Gerald Marks
Arrangement: Sy Oliver
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
Key Release 1943 You Took My Love - 78-10" Single
Key Release 1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

01 Jul 1942 New York: RCA Studio 2 (1st session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Harry Schuchman (alto saxophone/baritone saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Seymour Miroff (violin), Raoul Poliakin (violin), Bernard Tinterow (violin), Leonard Posner (violin), William Ehrenkrantz (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Sam Ross (viola), Leonard Atkins (viola), Harold Bemko (violoncello), Ruth Hill Berman (harp), Milt Raskin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Phil Stephens (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS075400-1
There Are Such Things (2:40)  -  Stanley Adams, Abel Baer. George Meyer
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
1957 Frankie and Tommy - 33-12" Album

01 Jul 1942 New York: RCA Studio 2 (2nd session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Harry Schuchman (alto saxophone/baritone saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Seymour Miroff (violin), Raoul Poliakin (violin), Bernard Tinterow (violin), Leonard Posner (violin), William Ehrenkrantz (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Sam Ross (viola), Leonard Atkins (viola), Harold Bemko (violoncello), Ruth Hill Berman (harp), Milt Raskin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Phil Stephens (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

BS075402-1
Daybreak (3:10)  -  Harold Adamson, Ferde Grofé
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases
Key Release 1942 Daybreak - 78-10" Single

BS075403-1
It Started All Over Again (2:55)  -  Bill Carey, Carl Fischer
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases
1958 We 3 [We Three] - 33-12" Album

02 Jul 1942 New York: RCA Studio 2 (2nd session)Victor Studio Session
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (trombone), Ziggy Elman (trumpet), Jimmy Zito (trumpet), Chuck Peterson (trumpet), Jimmy Blake (trumpet), Dave Jacobs (trombone), George Arus (trombone), Jimmy Skiles (trombone), Harry Schuchman (alto saxophone/baritone saxophone), Fred Stulce (alto saxophone), Bruce Snyder (tenor saxophone), Heinie Beau (tenor saxophone), Don Lodice (tenor saxophone), Seymour Miroff (violin), Raoul Poliakin (violin), Bernard Tinterow (violin), Leonard Posner (violin), William Ehrenkrantz (violin), Alex Beller (violin), Sam Ross (viola), Leonard Atkins (viola), Harold Bemko (violoncello), Ruth Hill Berman (harp), Milt Raskin (piano), Clark Yocum (guitar/vocalist), Phil Stephens (string bass), Buddy Rich (drums), Frank Sinatra (vocalist) ... Note: FS did not sing on any of the songs in the first session.

BS075407-1
Light A Candle In The Chapel (3:02)  -  Robert Duke Leonard, Ed G. Nelson, Harry Pease
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

06 Aug 1942 Philadelphia, PA: "Treasury War Bond Show" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC142-00568
In The Blue Of Evening (2:43)  -  Tom Adair, Alfred D'Artega
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Selected Releases

USRC142-00569
Just As Though You Were Here (3:30)  -  John Benson Brooks, Eddie De Lange
Arrangement: House Arrangers: Tommy Dorsey, Sy Oliver, Fred Stulce, Paul Weston
Frank Sinatra with The Pied Pipers.
Selected Releases

A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody (1:20 medley)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Medley:
a. A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody - Frank Sinatra
b. Temptation - Orchestra
c. I Don't Know Why - Jo Stafford
Selected Releases

03 Sep 1942 Indianapolis, IN: "Treasury War Bond Show" (NBC)Radio Recording
Conductor: Tommy Dorsey
Frank Sinatra (vocalist), The Pied Pipers [Jo Stafford, Clark Yocum, Chuck Lowry, John Huddleston] (vocalists)

USRC142-00570
Frank Sinatra's Farewell To The Band (1:20)  -  
Selected Releases

USRC142-00571
The Song Is You (3:12)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

USRC142-00571
The Song Is You (0:20 excerpt)  -  Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern
Arrangement: Axel Stordahl
Selected Releases

June In January (1:15 medley)  -  Ralph Rainger, Leo Robin
As part of the medley:
a. June In January - Frank Sinatra
b. Clouds - Orchestra
c. You're A Sweetheart - Jo Stafford
Selected Releases

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