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Orrin Tucker - Oh Johnny: The Golden Years 1938-49
Oh Johnny: The Golden Years 1938-49
Artist: Orrin Tucker
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 12/09/2022
UPC: 824046345129

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1. Cathedral in the Pines
2. Especially for You
3. Wishing Will Make It So
4. Midnight
5. Billy
6. For Tonight
7. Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh
8. Stop! It's Wonderful
9. If I Knew Then
10. Pinch Me
11. Would Ja Mind
12. Drifting and Dreaming
13. At the Balalaika
14. You'd Be Surprised
15. If I Could Be the Dummy on Your Knee
16. Apple Blossoms and Chapel Bells
17. Irene
18. Where Do I Go from You?
19. My Resistance Is Low
20. If You Love Me
21. Go Way, Can't You See I'm Dreaming
22. Them There Eyes
23. Your Flag and Mine
24. Whispering Grass (Don't Tell the Trees)
25. I Love Ya, I Betcha
26. You've Got What It Takes
27. Li'l Abner
28. Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made of
29. You're the One for Me
30. You Didn't Steal That Kiss
31. Aren't You Gonna' Kiss Me Goodnight
32. Georgia on My Mind
33. Two Hearts That Pass in the Night
34. You Can Depend on Me
35. Do I Worry?
36. A Stone's Throw from Heaven
37. You Betcha My Life
38. Hi, Neighbor!
39. As We Walk Into the Sunset
40. She Don't Wanna
41. Dear Mom
42. Tangerine
43. Full Moon
44. There Are Rivers to Cross (Before We Meet Again)
45. (Darling, Darling) Just Make Love to Me
46. Love on a Greyhound Bus
47. Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love
48. The Moon Is Always Bigger on Saturday
49. Everybody Loves My Baby
50. Medley - Powder Your Face with Sunshine, Lavender Blue

More Info:

Orrin Tucker was a saxophonist, singer and bandleader who had his heyday during the late 1930s and into the '40s, and whose orchestra played in the popular "sweet" style of the era, broadly favouring a relaxed style of swing, using featured vocalists to present popular standards and new compositions of the day.