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Bunny Berigan is present on the following titles:

  • Someone Stole Gabrielīs Horn (a)*
  • Mood Hollywood (c)
  • Sing (Itīs Good For You) (b)
  • My Dog Loves Your Dog (e)
  • She Reminds Me Of You (e)
  • Shim Sham Shimmy (c)
  • She's Funny That Way (d)
  • The Blue Room (d)
  • But I Can't Make A Man (d)
  • Judy (f)
  • Dr Heckle And Mr Jibe (d)
  • Nasty Man (e)
  • Annie's Cousin Fanny (g)
  • Iīm Getting Sentimental Over You (a)
  • * The CD album wrongly asserts that this tune was recorded on September 14, 1932.

    Personnel:

    (a) The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra: Bunny Berigan (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Jimmy Dorsey (cl,as), Larry Binyon (ts), Fulton McGrath (p), Dick McDonough (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Stan King (dr), Jean Bowes (vocal). Rec. NYC, September 24, 1932.
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    (b) Same as (a). Rec NYC, September 27, 1932.

    (c) Same as (a). Rec NYC, March 14, 1933.

    (d) Mannie Klein, Frank Guarente, Charlie Margulies, Bunny Berigan (tp), Tommy Dorsey, Chuck Campell, Lloyd Turner (tb), Jimmy Dorsey (cl,as), Lyle Bowen (as), Jim Crossan, Larry Binyon (ts), Joe Venuti (viol on She's Funny That Way), Harry Bluestone, Serge Kostelarsky (viol on The Blue Room), Harry Waller (viola on The Blue Room), Fulton McGrath (p), Dick McDonough (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Stan King (dr), Mildred Bailey (vocal on But I Can't Make A Man), Johnny Mercer (vocal on Dr Heckle...). Rec NYC, October 17, 1933.

    (e) Mannie Klein, Bunny Berigan (tp), Tommy Dorsey, Lloyd Turner (tb), Jimmy Dorsey (cl,as), Lyle Bowen (as), Jim Crossan, Larry Binyon (ts), Fulton McGrath (p), Dick McDonough (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Stan King (dr), Kay Weber (vocal). Rec NYC, March 14, 1934.

    (f) Same as (e), but Glenn Miller (tb) replaces Turner. Rec NYC, April 23, 1934.

    (g) Same as (f), vocals by Kay Weber and Glenn Miller. Rec NYC, June 4, 1934.


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