The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - Dr. Heckle And Mr. Jibe / Annie's Cousin Fanny (Is A Sweetie Of Mine) album FLAC
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Annie's Cousin Fannie, which is sometimes listed as "Annie's Cousin Fanny", is a 1934 song composed by Glenn Miller and recorded by The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra for Brunswick and Decca Records. The Dorsey Brothers released two versions of the song in 1934 and 1935. Annie's Cousin Fannie, also released as "Annie's Cousin Fannie is a Sweetie of Mine", was written for the Dorsey Brothers Band in 1934 by Glenn Miller, who was an arranger and trombonist in the band.
Artist: The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra. Album: Big Band Legends. The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - It Don't Mean a Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing The Early Years, 2011 03:25. Artist: The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra.
Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, 1934. Bottom (L-R): George "Gus" Throw, Roc Hillman, Don Matteson, Skeets Herfurt, Ray McKinley. Standing (L-R): Bobby Van Epps, Delmar Kaplan, Tommy Dorsey, Kay Weber, Jimmy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Jack Stacey Johnny Mercer sang the lead vocals on the recording of "Dr. Heckle And Mr. Jibe", which was written by guitarist Dick McDonough.
The Song Is You, 1994. Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey And His Orchestra, Tommy Dorsey, Frank Sinatra;Tommy Dorsey;The Sentimentalists, The Sentimentalists - Yearning 03:13. Tommy Dorsey - Swing Mr. Charlie 02:37 60 Swing Tunes from the Dorsey Brothers. The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - Dr Heckle and Mr Jibe 03:14 Big Band Legends. Dorsey Brothers - Dr. Jibe 03:11 Mood Hollywood. Dorsey Brothers Orchestra - Dr. Jibe 03:12 Bring Back The Good Times. Bob Dorsey - Mr. Big Horn 02:57 American Jazz Masters. Ya Boy Black Ice - Insomnia (feat.
The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra. Aliases: The Big Aces, The Travelers (5).
Annie's Cousin Fannie – Annies Cousin Fannie, which is sometimes listed as Annies Cousin Fanny, is a 1934 song composed by Glenn Miller and recorded by The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra for Brunswick and Decca Records. Annies Cousin Fannie, also released as Annies Cousin Fannie is a Sweetie of Mine, was written for the Dorsey Brothers Band in 1934 by Glenn Miller, the composition featured double entendre lyrics
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|A||Dr. Heckle And Mr. Jibe
Songwriter – McDonough*Vocals – Johnny Mercer
|B||Annie's Cousin Fanny (Is A Sweetie Of Mine)
Songwriter – Miller*Vocals [Uncredited] – Glenn Miller, Kay Weber
- Record Company – Brunswick Ltd.
- Bass [Uncredited] – Artie Bernstein
- Clarinet [Uncredited], Alto Saxophone [Uncredited] – Jimmy Dorsey
- Drums [Uncredited] – Stan King
- Guitar [Uncredited] – Dick McDonough
- Piano [Uncredited] – Fulton McGrath
- Tenor Saxophone [Uncredited] – Larry Binyon
- Trombone [Uncredited] – Chuck Campbell, Glenn Miller (tracks: B), Lloyd Turner, Tommy Dorsey
- Trumpet [Uncredited] – Bunny Berigan, Charlie Margulis, Frank Guarente, Manny Klein
- Violin [Uncredited] – Joe Venuti
NotesSide A recorded in New York, October 17, 1933. Side B recorded in New York, May 21, 1934.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): B.14158
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): B.15249