Song Of India - Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra - Tommy Dorsey - Frank Sinatra (Vinyl, LP)


Download Song Of India - Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra - Tommy Dorsey - Frank Sinatra (Vinyl, LP)
1981
Label: Joker (2) - SM 3878 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Italy • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band, Vocal


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra Featuring Frank Sinatra on Discogs. Label: Coronet Records - CX • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band, Easy Listening, Vocal/5(37).
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  3. Tommy Dorsey ♦ Frank Sinatra - The Song Is You ‎ (5xCD, Album, RM + Box, Comp) RCA, RCA, BMG Music, RCA, BMG Music RCA , ,
  4. Tommy Dorsey ♦ Frank Sinatra ‎– The Song Is You Label: RCA ‎– , Bluebird (3) ‎– , BMG Music ‎–
  5. Jul 10,  · When Sinatra was in his mid 20’s, he signed an indentured servitude contract with bandleader Tommy Dorsey. Dorsey demanded that Sinatra pay him one-third of his earnings for life and an additional 10 percent to his agent. In other words, Sinatra was getting screwed without the courtesy of a reach around!
  6. In , Frank wanted to leave the band again but still the same obstacle, the contract Sinatra later named as “a ratty piece of paper.” In the contract, it was stated that if Frank Sinatra left the band, he would pay %43 of all the money he would earn throughout his career, to Tommy Dorsey and his agent.
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  8. In The Blue Of Evening (Adair-D’Artega) by Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra, vocal by Frank Sinatra One of the more well-received of the Tommy Dorsey-Frank Sinat.

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