Bunny Berigan is probably playing on the following melodies:
Love Is The Thing(a)
Harlem On My Mind(b)
Come Up And See Me Sometime(c)
You´ve Seen Harlem At Its Best(c)
Personnel according to the CD-booklet:
(a) Sterling Bose, Bunny Berigan (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Jimmy Dorsey (cl,as), Larry Binyon (cl,ts), Joe Venuti, Harry Hoffman, Walter Edelstein, Lou Kosloff (viol), Fulton McGrath (p), Dick McDonough (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Stan King or Chauncey Morehouse (dr) - New York, May 3, 1933.
Critcal note: Bozy White informs that Bunny Berigan wasn't in New York City on May 3, 1933. The second trumpeter must therefore be another musician.
(b) Bunny Berigan, unknown (tp), Benny Goodman (cl,ts), two unknown (viol), unknown (viola), unknown (p) - New York, October 10, 1933.
Critical note: According to Bozy White is the trumpeter Mannie Klein, not Berigan.
(c) Victor Young (dir), Sterling Bose, Bunny Berigan (?) (tp), Tommy Dorsey (tb), Jimmy Dorsey (cl,as), unknown (as), unknown (ts), Joe Venuti and/or Harry Hoffman (viol), Fulton McGrath or Joe Meresco (p), Dick McDonough (g), Artie Bernstein (b), Stan King (dr) - New York, March 30, 1934.