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The Travelers (Dorsey Brothers Orchestra)
The Travelers was a pseudonym for the The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra.

discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Am I Blue?
(Harry Akst / Grant Clarke)
4-3-1929 New York, New York Okeh
41259
Baby, Oh! Where Can You Be?
(Ted Koehler/ Frank Magine)
4-3-1929 New York, New York Okeh
41260
Begging For Love
(Irving Berlin)
7-30-1931 New York, New York Melotone
12227
Breakaway
(Gottler / Mitchell / Con Conrad)
4-3-1929 New York, New York Okeh
41260
Can This Be Love?
(Swift / James)
11-7-1930 New York, New York Harmony
1242-H
Dream A Little Dream Of Me
(Kahn / Schwandt / Andree)
2-26-1931 New York, New York Melotone
12148
Fine And Dandy
(Swift / James)
11-7-1930 New York, New York Okeh
41471
I Apologize
(Hoffman / Goodhart / Nelson)
7-30-1931 New York, New York Melotone
12227
I Can Make Most Anything, But I Can’t Make A Man
(Bloom / Young)
11-7-1930 New York, New York Okeh
41471
I Can’t Get Mississippi Off My Mind
(Joe Young / Harry Akst)
7-30-1931 New York, New York Melotone
12230
I’ve Got A Sweet Somebody
(Ryan / Handman)
2-26-1931 New York, New York Melotone
12148
Parkin’ In The Moonlight
(Tobias / O’Flynn / DeRose)
7-30-1931 New York, New York Brunswick
6164
Sweet And Hot
(Jack Yellen / Harold Arlen)
2-26-1931 New York, New York Melotone
12148
You Said It
(Jack Yellen / Harold Arlen)
2-26-1931 New York, New York Melotone
12113

The Travelers (Dorsey Brothers Orchestra)

Artist Instrument
Bunny Berigan Trumpet
Arnold Brilhart Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Tony Colucci Banjo
Jimmy Dorsey Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Tommy Dorsey Trombone
Alfie Evans Alto Saxophone
Bud Freeman Tenor Saxophone
Louis Garcia Trumpet
Irving Kaufman Vocals
Stan King Drums
Scrappy Lambert Vocals
Eddie Lang Guitar
Charlie Margulis Trumpet
Glenn Miller Trombone
Paul Mason Tenor Saxophone
Leo McConville Trumpet
Bill Moore Trumpet
Arthur Schutt Piano
Hank Stern Tuba
Wes Vaughan Vocals

 

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