Dance Band Days: 1993-02-08

Alan Dell spotlights the great dance band venues of the 1930s. Number 4: The Dorchester

  1. Make Those People Sway – Jack Jackson & His Dorchester Hotel Orchestra, voc. Jack Jackson
  2. When I Take My Sugar to Tea – The Blue Lyres, voc. Sam Browne
  3. I’m Getting Sentimental Over You – Jack Jackson & His Dorchester Hotel Orchestra, voc. Denny Dennis – August 1933
  4. Faint Harmony – Jack Jackson & His Dorchester Hotel Orchestra, voc. Sam Costa
  5. I’m on a See-Saw – Jack Jackson & His Dorchester Hotel Orchestra, voc. Fred Latham
  6. I Gotta Get Up and Go to Work– Jack Jackson & His Orchestra, voc. Jack Jackson
  7. Miss Otis Regrets – Jack Jackson & His Orchestra, voc. Alberta Hunter
  8. Everything’s in Rhythm with My Heart – Jack Jackson & His Orchestra, voc. Jack Jackson
  9. The New Swing Alphabet – Jack Jackson & His Orchestra, voc. Jack Cooper
  10. Limehouse Blues – Jack Jackson & His Orchestra
  11. Dixie Lee – Jack Jackson & His Orchestra

DR Collection

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