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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.
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USRC140-00554
Only Forever (1:25)  -  Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
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USRC140-00554
Only Forever (1:41)  -  Johnny Burke, James V. Monaco
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Includes 16-second intro by Tommy Dorsey.
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USRC140-00555
Marie (2:16)  -  Irving Berlin
Arrangement: Deane Kincaide
Frank Sinatra with choir by the band.
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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)
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