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Capitol Records - History - 1940s
... On May 5, Bobby Sherwood and his orchestra recorded two tracks ... On May 21, Freddie Slack and his orchestra recorded three tracks, one with just the orchestra, one with Ella Mae Morse—"Cow-Cow Boogie', and one with Mercer—"Air–Minded Executive" ... On June 5, Paul Whiteman and his Orchestra recorded four sides for Capitol ...
Opus No. 1 - Recorded Versions
... The song was first recorded (in stereo) for the film Broadway Rhythm in late 1943 but was cut before the film's release and therefore unreleased ... Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra (recorded November 14, 1944, released by RCA Victor Records as catalog number 20-1608, with the flip side "I Dream of You (More than You Dream I Do), re-re ... Album” De LK 4903 LK 4224 and “Swing is King Volume 1” De LK 4911 Gene Krupa and his orchestra (vocal Anita O'Day recorded August 21, 1945, released by Columbia Records ...
Magic In The Streets: Parade Memories - Production
... Clydesdale Orchestra Conducted by David T ... Clydesdale Orchestra Recorded by Chris Dibble at Air Studios, London Orchestra Members of the London Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Orchestra Contractor Dan Savant Disney ... by Tom Vicari at O' Henry Studios, Burbank, CA Orchestra Recorded by Tom Vicari at Martinsound Studios, Los Angeles, CA Vocals Recorded by Tom Vicari at O ...
Poor Butterfly - Recorded Versions - Other Recorded Versions
... Herman Chittison Trio (recorded February 2, 1945, released by Musicraft Records as catalog number 323, with the flip side “These Foolish Things”) Arnett Cobb and his orchestra (recorded June ... George McMurphy and his orchestra (recorded June 18, 1928, released by Columbia Records as catalog number 1498D, with the flip side “Allah's Holiday”) Eddie "Piano ... Smith's Orchestra (recorded January 19, 1917, released by Victor Records as catalog number 18246A, with the flip side “Allah's Holiday”) Willie "The Lion" Smith (recorded December 1950, released ...
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Non-classical Work
... Associated with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, currently managed by Elli Appleby, which is devoted to playing lighter classics ... in succession to the Royal Philharmonic Pops Orchestra ... The orchestra also recorded in 1998 the CD "Material Girl, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra plays the music of Madonna" ...

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