All Time Greatest Hits: Volume 1

~ Release by Frank Sinatra & The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (see all versions of this release, 2 available)

Tracklist

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1The Sky Fell Down
double bass:
Gene Traxler (on 1940-02-01)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1940-02-01)
guitar:
Carmen Mastren (on 1940-02-01)
piano:
Howard Smith (swing jazz pianist) (on 1940-02-01)
saxophone:
Babe Zimmers (on 1940-02-01), Deane Kincaide (on 1940-02-01), Johnny Mince (on 1940-02-01), Hymie Shertzer (on 1940-02-01) and Fred Stulce (on 1940-02-01)
trombone:
Dave Jacobs (jazz trombonist) (on 1940-02-01), Ward Silloway (US jazz trombonist) (on 1940-02-01) and Elmer Smithers (on 1940-02-01)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1940-02-01) and Zeke Zarchy (on 1940-02-01)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1940-02-01)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recorded at:
RCA Studios (Chicago, 1935-1969) in Chicago, United States (on 1940-02-01)
recording of:
The Sky Fell Down (on 1940-02-01)
lyricist:
Edward Heyman
composer:
Louis Alter
publisher:
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
3:16
2I'll Be Seeing You
alto saxophone:
Johnny Mintz (on 1940-02-26), Les Robinson (on 1940-02-26) and Fred Stulce (on 1940-02-26)
clarinet:
Johnny Mintz (on 1940-02-26)
double bass:
Gene Traxler (on 1940-02-26)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1940-02-26)
guitar:
Benny Heller (on 1940-02-26)
piano:
Bob Kitsis (on 1940-02-26)
tenor saxophone:
Paul Mason (jazz saxophonist) (on 1940-02-26) and Irving "Babe" Russin (on 1940-02-26)
trombone:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1940-02-26), Lowell Martin (jazz trombonist) (on 1940-02-26) and Ward Silloway (US jazz trombonist) (on 1940-02-26)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1940-02-26), Ray Linn (on 1940-02-26) and Zeke Zarchy (on 1940-02-26)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1940-02-26)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader)
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1940-02-26)
recording of:
I’ll Be Seeing You (on 1940-02-26)
lyricist:
Irving Kahal (in 1938)
composer:
Sammy Fain (in 1938)
publisher:
Fain Music (ASCAP), New Irving Kahal Music, Williamson Music Company, フジパシフィック音楽出版 (until 2014-12-31), ヤマハミュージックパブリッシング (until 2017-03-31), フジパシフィックミュージック (from 2015-01-01 to present) and ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label) (from 2017-04-01 to present)
3:08
3Fools Rush In
recording of:
Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread)
lyricist:
Johnny Mercer
composer:
Rube Bloom (American songwriter, pianist and vocalist)
publisher:
Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., Commander Publications, Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Warner Bros. Music Corp., ヤマハミュージックエンタテインメントホールディングス (holding company - do not use as release label), ワーナー・チャペル音楽出版 Synch事業部, WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (until 2019-05-28) and WC Music Corp. (from 2019-05-28 to present)
3:16
4Imagination
double bass:
Sid Weiss (on 1940-04-10)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1940-04-10)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1940-04-10)
piano:
Joe Bushkin (on 1940-04-10)
saxophone:
Paul Mason (jazz saxophonist) (on 1940-04-10), Johnny Mince (on 1940-04-10), Hymie Shertzer (on 1940-04-10) and Fred Stulce (on 1940-04-10)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1940-04-10), Les Jenkins (on 1940-04-10) and Lowell Martin (jazz trombonist) (on 1940-04-10)
trumpet:
Bunny Berigan (on 1940-04-10), Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1940-04-10), John Dillard (Jazz Musician) (on 1940-04-10) and Ray Linn (on 1940-04-10)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1940-04-10)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1940-04-10)
recording of:
Imagination (on 1940-04-10)
lyricist:
Johnny Burke (American lyricist, 1908-1964)
composer:
Jimmy Van Heusen
publisher:
Bourne Co. (not for release label use, this is a music publisher), Dorsey Brothers Music and Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music)
3:14
5I'll Never Smile Again
double bass:
Sid Weiss (on 1940-05-23)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1940-05-23)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1940-05-23)
piano:
Joe Bushkin (on 1940-05-23)
saxophone:
Don Lodice (on 1940-05-23), Paul Mason (jazz saxophonist) (on 1940-05-23), Johnny Mince (on 1940-05-23), Hymie Shertzer (on 1940-05-23) and Fred Stulce (on 1940-05-23)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1940-05-23), Les Jenkins (on 1940-05-23) and Lowell Martin (jazz trombonist) (on 1940-05-23)
trumpet:
Bunny Berigan (on 1940-05-23), Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1940-05-23), Leon Dubrow (on 1940-05-23) and Ray Linn (on 1940-05-23)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1940-05-23)
orchestra:
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (on 1940-05-23)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1940-05-23)
arranger:
Fred Stulce
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1940-05-23)
recording of:
I’ll Never Smile Again (on 1940-05-23)
lyricist and composer:
Ruth Lowe
publisher:
MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), MCA Music Publishing (renamed since c. 1996 as Universal Music Publishing Group), MCA, Inc. (this was the US media company that became Universal Studios, Inc. in Dec 1996), Pickwick Music (publisher), Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP), Universal‐MCA Music Publishing (US), シンコーミュージック・エンタテイメント and ユニバーサル・ミュージック・パブリッシング Synch事業部
23:11
6Our Love Affair
bass:
Sid Weiss (on 1940-08-29)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1940-08-29)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1940-08-29)
piano:
Joe Bushkin (on 1940-08-29)
saxophone:
Heine Beau (on 1940-08-29), Don Lodice (on 1940-08-29), Johnny Mince (on 1940-08-29), Hymie Shertzer (on 1940-08-29) and Fred Stulce (on 1940-08-29)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1940-08-29), Les Jenkins (on 1940-08-29) and Lowell Martin (jazz trombonist) (on 1940-08-29)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1940-08-29), Ziggy Elman (on 1940-08-29), Clyde Hurley (on 1940-08-29) and Ray Linn (on 1940-08-29)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1940-08-29)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1940-08-29)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1940-08-29)
recording of:
Our Love Affair (on 1940-08-29)
lyricist:
Arthur Freed (in 1939)
composer:
Roger Edens (in 1939)
publisher:
EMI Feist Catalog Inc.
3:03
7Oh! Look at Me Now
bass:
Sid Weiss (on 1941-01-06)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1941-01-06)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1941-01-06)
piano:
Joe Bushkin (on 1941-01-06)
saxophone:
Don Lodice (on 1941-01-06), Paul Mason (jazz saxophonist) (on 1941-01-06), Johnny Mince (on 1941-01-06), Bill Shine (on 1941-01-06) and Fred Stulce (on 1941-01-06)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1941-01-06), Dave Jacobs (jazz trombonist) (on 1941-01-06) and Les Jenkins (on 1941-01-06)
trumpet:
Bob Alexy (American jazz trumpeter) (on 1941-01-06), Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1941-01-06), Lee Castle (on 1941-01-06) and Ziggy Elman (on 1941-01-06)
vocals:
Connie Haines (on 1941-01-06), John Huddleston (vocalist) (on 1941-01-06), Chuck Lowry (on 1941-01-06), The Pied Pipers (American vocal group, active 1930s-50s) (on 1941-01-06), Jo Stafford (on 1941-01-06) and Clark Yocum (on 1941-01-06)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1941-01-06)
arranger:
Sy Oliver
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1941-01-06)
recording of:
Oh! Look at Me Now (on 1941-01-06)
lyricist:
John DeVries (in 1941)
composer:
Joe Bushkin (in 1941)
publisher:
Campbell Connelly, Embassy Music Corporation and Hampshire House Publishing Corp.
3:16
8Without a Song
bass:
Sid Weiss (on 1941-01-20)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1941-01-20)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1941-01-20)
piano:
Joe Bushkin (on 1941-01-20)
saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1941-01-20), Don Lodice (on 1941-01-20), Paul Mason (jazz saxophonist) (on 1941-01-20), Johnny Mince (on 1941-01-20) and Fred Stulce (on 1941-01-20)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1941-01-20), Les Jenkins (on 1941-01-20) and Lowell Martin (jazz trombonist) (on 1941-01-20)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1941-01-20), Ziggy Elman (on 1941-01-20), Ray Linn (on 1941-01-20) and Chuck Peterson (trumpet) (on 1941-01-20)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1941-01-20)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1941-01-20)
arranger:
Sy Oliver
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1941-01-20)
recording of:
Without a Song (on 1941-01-20)
lyricist:
Edward Eliscu and Billy Rose (lyricist and Broadway producer)
composer:
Vincent Youmans
arranger:
Joe Henderson (US jazz tenor saxophonist)
publisher:
Anne-Rachel Music Corp., CBS Miller Catalog, Inc., Chappell & Co., EMI Miller Catalog, Inc., Johnny Mathis Music, Inc., LSQ Music Co., Miller Music Corp., The Songwriters Guild and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
part of:
Great Day!
4:30
9Let's Get Away From It All
bass:
Sid Weiss (on 1941-02-17)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1941-02-17)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1941-02-17)
piano:
Joe Bushkin (on 1941-02-17)
saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1941-02-17), Don Lodice (on 1941-02-17), Paul Mason (jazz saxophonist) (on 1941-02-17), Johnny Mince (on 1941-02-17) and Fred Stulce (on 1941-02-17)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1941-02-17), Les Jenkins (on 1941-02-17) and Lowell Martin (jazz trombonist) (on 1941-02-17)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1941-02-17), Ziggy Elman (on 1941-02-17), Ray Linn (on 1941-02-17) and Chuck Peterson (trumpet) (on 1941-02-17)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1941-02-17)
vocals:
Connie Haines (on 1941-02-17), John Huddleston (vocalist) (on 1941-02-17), Chuck Lowry (on 1941-02-17), The Pied Pipers (American vocal group, active 1930s-50s) (on 1941-02-17), Jo Stafford (on 1941-02-17) and Clark Yocum (on 1941-02-17)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1941-02-17)
arranger:
Sy Oliver
recorded at:
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (on 1941-02-17)
recording of:
Let’s Get Away From It All (on 1941-02-17)
lyricist:
Tom Adair
composer:
Matt Dennis (American singer, pianist, band leader)
publisher:
Dorsey Brothers Music
5:02
10Blue Skies
bass:
Sid Weiss (on 1941-07-15)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1941-07-15)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1941-07-15)
piano:
Joe Bushkin (on 1941-07-15)
saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1941-07-15), Don Lodice (on 1941-07-15), Manny Gershman (on 1941-07-15), Bruce Snyder (on 1941-07-15) and Fred Stulce (on 1941-07-15)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1941-07-15), Dave Jacobs (jazz trombonist) (on 1941-07-15) and Lowell Martin (jazz trombonist) (on 1941-07-15)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1941-07-15), Ziggy Elman (on 1941-07-15), Chuck Peterson (trumpet) (on 1941-07-15) and Al Stearns (on 1941-07-15)
choir vocals:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1941-07-15)
vocals:
Frank Sinatra
orchestra:
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1941-07-15)
arranger:
Sy Oliver
recorded at:
RCA Studios (New York, later noted as RCA Recording Studios) in New York, New York, United States (on 1941-07-15)
recording of:
Blue Skies (on 1941-07-15)
lyricist and composer:
Irving Berlin (in 1926)
publisher:
Francis, Day & Hunter Ltd., Irving Berlin Music Company, Williamson Music Company, シンコーミュージック・エンタテイメント and ユニバーサル・ミュージック・パブリッシング Synch事業部
recording of:
Blue Skies
lyricist and composer:
Irving Berlin (in 1926)
publisher:
Francis, Day & Hunter Ltd., Irving Berlin Music Company, Williamson Music Company, シンコーミュージック・エンタテイメント and ユニバーサル・ミュージック・パブリッシング Synch事業部
3:18
11Street of Dreams
alto saxophone:
Fred Stulce (on 1942-05-18)
bass:
Phil Stevens (country bass player) (on 1942-05-18)
cello:
Harold Bemko (on 1942-05-18)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1942-05-18)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1942-05-18)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1942-05-18)
piano:
Milt Raskin (on 1942-05-18)
saxophone:
Harry Schuchman (on 1942-05-18)
tenor saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1942-05-18), Don Lodice (on 1942-05-18) and Bruce Snyder (on 1942-05-18)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1942-05-18), Dave Jacobs (jazz trombonist) (on 1942-05-18) and Jimmy Skiles (on 1942-05-18)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-05-18), Ziggy Elman (on 1942-05-18), Chuck Peterson (trumpet) (on 1942-05-18) and Jimmy Zito (on 1942-05-18)
viola:
Leonard Atkins (on 1942-05-18) and Sam Ross (on 1942-05-18)
violin:
Alex Beller (on 1942-05-18), William Ehrenkrantz (on 1942-05-18), Leonard Posner (on 1942-05-18), Irving Raymond (on 1942-05-18) and Bernie Tinterow (on 1942-05-18)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1942-05-18)
vocals:
John Huddleston (vocalist) (on 1942-05-18), Chuck Lowry (on 1942-05-18), The Pied Pipers (American vocal group, active 1930s-50s) (on 1942-05-18), Jo Stafford (on 1942-05-18) and Clark Yocum (on 1942-05-18)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1942-05-18)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1942-05-18)
recording of:
Street of Dreams (on 1942-05-18)
lyricist:
Sam M. Lewis (1930s lyricist) (in 1932)
composer:
Victor Young (American composer, arranger, violinist & conductor) (in 1932)
publisher:
EMI Miller Catalog, Inc. and Miller Music Corp.
32:44
12Take Me
alto saxophone:
Fred Stulce (on 1942-06-09)
bass:
Phil Stevens (country bass player) (on 1942-06-09)
cello:
Harold Bemko (on 1942-06-09)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1942-06-09)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1942-06-09)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1942-06-09)
piano:
Milt Raskin (on 1942-06-09)
saxophone:
Harry Schuchman (on 1942-06-09)
tenor saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1942-06-09), Don Lodice (on 1942-06-09) and Bruce Snyder (on 1942-06-09)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1942-06-09), Dave Jacobs (jazz trombonist) (on 1942-06-09) and Jimmy Skiles (on 1942-06-09)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-06-09), Ziggy Elman (on 1942-06-09), Chuck Peterson (trumpet) (on 1942-06-09) and Jimmy Zito (on 1942-06-09)
viola:
Leonard Atkins (on 1942-06-09) and Sam Ross (on 1942-06-09)
violin:
Alex Beller (on 1942-06-09), William Ehrenkrantz (on 1942-06-09), Seymour Miroff (on 1942-06-09), Raoul Polikian (on 1942-06-09), Leonard Posner (on 1942-06-09) and Bernie Tinterow (on 1942-06-09)
orchestra:
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (on 1942-06-09)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1942-06-09)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1942-06-09)
recording of:
Take Me (on 1942-06-09)
writer:
Rube Bloom (American songwriter, pianist and vocalist) and Mack David (American lyricist and songwriter)
publisher:
Bregman, Vocco & Conn, Inc., PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. (renamed Universal PolyGram International Publishing, Inc. circa 1998) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
3:01
13Be Careful, It's My Heart
alto saxophone:
Fred Stulce (on 1942-06-09)
bass:
Phil Stevens (country bass player) (on 1942-06-09)
cello:
Harold Bemko (on 1942-06-09)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1942-06-09)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1942-06-09)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1942-06-09)
piano:
Milt Raskin (on 1942-06-09)
saxophone:
Harry Schuchman (on 1942-06-09)
tenor saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1942-06-09), Don Lodice (on 1942-06-09) and Bruce Snyder (on 1942-06-09)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1942-06-09), Dave Jacobs (jazz trombonist) (on 1942-06-09) and Jimmy Skiles (on 1942-06-09)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-06-09), Ziggy Elman (on 1942-06-09), Chuck Peterson (trumpet) (on 1942-06-09) and Jimmy Zito (on 1942-06-09)
viola:
Leonard Atkins (on 1942-06-09) and Sam Ross (on 1942-06-09)
violin:
Alex Beller (on 1942-06-09), William Ehrenkrantz (on 1942-06-09), Seymour Miroff (on 1942-06-09), Raoul Polikian (on 1942-06-09), Leonard Posner (on 1942-06-09) and Bernie Tinterow (on 1942-06-09)
orchestra:
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (on 1942-06-09)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1942-06-09)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1942-06-09)
recording of:
Be Careful, It’s My Heart (on 1942-06-09)
lyricist and composer:
Irving Berlin
publisher:
Irving Berlin Music Company and Irving Berlin Music Corp.
2:49
14There Are Such Things
recorded in:
New York, New York, United States (on 1942-07-01)
alto saxophone:
Fred Stulce (on 1942-07-01)
bass:
Phil Stevens (tuba) (on 1942-07-01)
cello:
Harold Bemko (on 1942-07-01)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1942-07-01)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1942-07-01)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1942-07-01)
piano:
Milton Raskin (on 1942-07-01)
saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1942-07-01), Don Lodice (on 1942-07-01), Harry Schuchman (on 1942-07-01), Bruce Snyder (on 1942-07-01) and Fred Stulce (on 1942-07-01)
tenor saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1942-07-01), Don Lodice (on 1942-07-01) and Bruce Snyder (on 1942-07-01)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1942-07-01), Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1942-07-01), Dave Jacobs (jazz trombonist) (on 1942-07-01) and Jimmy Skiles (on 1942-07-01)
trumpet:
Ziggy Elman (on 1942-07-01), James Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-07-01), James Zito (on 1942-07-01) and Chuck Peterson (trumpet) (on 1942-07-01)
viola:
Leonard Atkins (on 1942-07-01) and Sam Ross (on 1942-07-01)
violin:
Alex Beller (on 1942-07-01), Bernard Tinterow (on 1942-07-01), William Ehrenkrantz (on 1942-07-01), Seymour Miroff (on 1942-07-01), Raoul Polikian (on 1942-07-01), Leonard Posner (on 1942-07-01) and Irving Raymond (on 1942-07-01)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1942-07-01)
vocals:
John Huddleston (vocalist) (on 1942-07-01), Chuck Lowry (on 1942-07-01), The Pied Pipers (American vocal group, active 1930s-50s) (on 1942-07-01), Frank Sinatra (on 1942-07-01), Jo Stafford (on 1942-07-01) and Clark Yocum (on 1942-07-01)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1942-07-01)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1942-07-01)
recording of:
There Are Such Things (on 1942-07-01)
writer:
Stanley Adams (US lyricist & songwriter) (in 1942), Abel Baer (in 1942) and George W. Meyer (Tin Pan Alley songwriter) (in 1942)
publisher:
Dorsey Brothers Music and Music Sales Corporation (American copyright holder in both popular and classical music)
2:45
15Light a Candle in the Chapel
alto saxophone:
Fred Stulce (on 1942-07-02)
bass:
Phil Stevens (country bass player) (on 1942-07-02)
cello:
Harold Bemko (on 1942-07-02)
drums (drum set):
Buddy Rich (on 1942-07-02)
guitar:
Clark Yocum (on 1942-07-02)
harp:
Ruth Hill (harpist) (on 1942-07-02)
piano:
Milt Raskin (on 1942-07-02)
saxophone:
Harry Schuchman (on 1942-07-02)
tenor saxophone:
Heinie Beau (on 1942-07-02), Don Lodice (on 1942-07-02) and Bruce Snyder (on 1942-07-02)
trombone:
George Arus (on 1942-07-02), Dave Jacobs (jazz trombonist) (on 1942-07-02) and Jimmy Skiles (on 1942-07-02)
trumpet:
Jimmy Blake (jazz trumpeter) (on 1942-07-02), Ziggy Elman (on 1942-07-02), Danny Vanelli (on 1942-07-02) and Jimmy Zito (on 1942-07-02)
viola:
Leonard Atkins (on 1942-07-02) and Sam Ross (on 1942-07-02)
violin:
Alex Beller (on 1942-07-02), William Ehrenkrantz (on 1942-07-02), Seymour Miroff (on 1942-07-02), Raoul Polikian (on 1942-07-02), Leonard Posner (on 1942-07-02) and Bernie Tinterow (on 1942-07-02)
lead vocals:
Frank Sinatra (on 1942-07-02)
orchestra:
Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (on 1942-07-02)
conductor:
Tommy Dorsey (Swing trombone player & band leader) (on 1942-07-02)
arranger:
Axel Stordahl
recorded at:
RCA Studio 2 in New York, New York, United States (on 1942-07-02)
recording of:
Light a Candle in the Chapel (on 1942-07-02)
writer:
Ed G. Nelson (Popular music songwriter and bandleader), Duke Leonard and Harry Pease
publisher:
Fisher Music Corp. and Mills Music, Inc.
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ASIN:US: B000002WC0 [info]