THE DORSEY BROTHERS, Volume 3.


Recorded In New York 1930 - 33.
The Complete Recordings.

Bunny Berigan is present on the following titles:

You Said It (a)
Sweet And Hot (a)
I've Got A Sweet Somebody To Love Me (a)
Dream A Little Dream Of Me (a)
I Can't Get Mississippi Of My Mind (b)
I Apologize (b)
Begging For Love (b)
Park' In The Moonlight (b)
Home (c)
By The Sycamore Tree (c)
(You Knew You'd Hurt Somebody) Why Did It Have To Be Me? (c)
Ooh That Kiss (c)
Maybee (Take 1) (d)
Maybee(Take 2) (d)

Personnel:
(a)The Travelers (Under Direction of Jimmy Dorsey). Personnel according to the CD-booklet:
Bunny Berigan, Charlie Margulis, Louis Garcia (?) (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Glenn Miller (tb, arr), Jimmy Dorsey (cl, as), Arnold Brilhart (as), Bud Freeman (?) (ts), Arthur Schutt (p), Eddie Lang (g), Joe Tarto (b), Stan King (dr), Scrappy Lambert (vocal) - Rec New York, February 26, 1931.

Bozy White has given the following personnel: Bunny Berigan, unknown (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Jimmy Dorsey (cl, as), unknown (as), unknown (ts), unknown (p), unknown (g), unknown (b), unknown (dr), Scrappy Lambert (vocal).

(b) Bunny Berigan, Charlie Margulis (?), Louis Garcia (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Glenn Miller (tb, arr), Jimmy Dorsey, Arnold Brilhart (cl, as), Bud Freeman (?) (ts), Arthur Schutt (p), Eddie Lang (g), Joe Tarto (b), Stan King (dr), Elmer Feldkamp (vocal) - Rec New York, July 30, 1931.

Bozy White informs that the personnel is uncertain. The files from the session shows two trumpets and one trombone. Glenn Miller was not at hand.

(c) According to the CD-booklet: Bunny Berigan, Louis Garcia, unknown (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Glenn Miller (tb, arr), Jimmy Dorsey, Arnold Brilhart (?) (cl, as), Foster Morehouse (ts), Arthur Schutt (p), Tony Sacco (bnj, g, vocal), Hank Stern (tuba), Stan King (dr). Bozy White has shown that the personnel is unknown, except Berigan, Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey and Tony Sacco - Rec New York, December 9, 1931.

Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey (tb) acc. by Bunny Berigan (tp), Jimmy Dorsey (cl, as), Fulton McGrath (p), Dick McDonough (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Stan King (dr) - Rec New York, April 8, 1933.

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