Larry Clinton & His Orchestra - All The Hits And More 1937-48 | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. The Big Dipper
2. True Confession
3. ABBA Dabba (One of the Arabian Knights)
4. The One Rose (That's Left in My Heart)
5. I Double Dare You
6. Two Dreams Got Together
7. Love Is Here to Stay
8. Always and Always
9. Martha
10. You're An Education
11. Romance in the Dark
12. Cry, Baby, Cry
13. Stolen Heaven
14. I Married An Angel
15. If It Rains, Who Cares?
16. You Go to My Head
17. Put Your Heart in a Song
18. My Reverie
19. Change Partners
20. At Long Last Love
21. My Heart at Thy Sweet Voice
22. Summer Souvenirs
23. Heart and Soul
24. Old Folks
25. Who Blew Out the Flame
26. Design for Dancing
27. My Heart Belongs to Daddy
28. Jeepers Creepers
29. The Devil with the Devil
30. For Men Only
31. Deep Purple
32. I Get Along Without You Very Well (Except Sometimes)
33. (I'm Afraid) the Masquerade Is Over
34. I Want My Share of Love
35. Over the Rainbow
36. Comes Love
37. In a Persian Market
38. I'll Remember
39. The Little Man Who Wasn't There
40. An Apple for the Teacher
41. Johnson Rag
42. Limehouse Blues
43. The Nearness of You
44. Rockin' Chair
45. Because of You
46. Let Me Off Uptown
47. The Dickey Bird Song
48. On a Slow Boat to China

More Info:

Larry Clinton was a trumpeter, trombonist and clarinettist who, when in his twenties, became a successful arranger for Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, Glen Gay's Casa Loma Orchestra and Bunny Berigan during the mid-1930s before starting his own orchestra in 1937. Playing a mixture of current pop in the "sweet" style, ambitious jazz-styled instrumentals and swing arrangements of classical pieces, he had a string of nearly 40 hits through into the early '40s, and when he picked up the threads after service during WWII. Most of his hits featured the fine voice of his star vocalist Bea Wain, whose contributions were a key element of his success. This excellent-value 48-track 2-CD set comprises all his 38 hits plus other selected releases on the Victor, Bluebird and Decca labels, many featuring Bea Wain, and features the No. 1s "Cry, Baby, Cry", "Heart And Soul", "My Reverie", and "Deep Purple", along with sixteen other Top 10 hits, with many examples of the early commercial recordings of some of the landmark compositions of the Great American Songbook era. Along with Bea Wain, other featured vocalists are Dick Todd, Ford Leary, Mary Dugan, Helen Southern, Peggy Mann and Butch Stone. The collection provides not only a thoroughly entertaining showcase for a top class orchestra about which not much is heard these days, as well as for the vocal talents of Bea Wain, but also an enlightening overview of some of the most popular music of those years.