Update On Links

March 18, 2013 - I'm now using various file sites with varying success. With over 200 albums listed here, obviously I cannot upload everything at once. So if you're dying to hear something, please post a comment on that particular post and I will move it up in the priority queue. Enjoy!

Any posts taken down as a result of the sniveling coward will be re-upped. Check the link below for where to find them in the event that this site is unable to repost them. Don't forget to bookmark http://whereismrvolstead.blogspot.com/ in the event that the internet terrorists shut this page down.

16 September 2011

Snootie Little Cutie

And now the third disc from the complete Tommy Dorsey & Frank Sinatra recordings, with more fantastic music. Connie Haines duets on Let's Get Away From It All as well as the post title. I also like Blue Skies, Dolores and Everything Happens To Me. Coming up soon, the fourth and fifth discs. Enjoy. +

01. Dolores
02. Without a Song
03. Do I Worry [1994 Remastered]
04. Everything Happens To Me
05. Let's Get Away From It All
06. I'll Never Let a Day Pass By (From 'Kiss The Boys Goodbye') [1994 Remastered]
07. Love Me As I Am (From 'Caught in the Draft') [1994 Remastered]
08. This Love Of Mine
09. I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest [1994 Remastered]
10. You and I
11. Neiani [1994 Remastered]
12. Free For All
13. Blue Skies
14. Two in Love
15. Pale Moon (An Indian Love Song) [1994 Remastered]
16. I Think of You [1994 Remastered]
17. How Do You Do Without Me
18. A Sinner Kissed An Angel
19. Violets for Your Furs [1994 Remastered]
20. The Sunshine of Your Smile [1994 Remastered]
21. How About You (From 'Babes on Broadway) [1994 Remastered]
22. Snootie Little Cutie


luthier said...

Hi Chester. The link goes to a news item in the Common Dreams...

Chester Proudfoot said...

Thanks for the heads up, Luthier. Sorry about that, the link is corrected now. Btw, one of my students here in Brasil is a luthier.

luthier said...

Hi Chester. Thanks for the link. This is a great post.

Anton said...

Hi Chester,

This boxset, containing all the studio cuts made by Frank Sinatra with the Tommy Dorsey orchestra (plus some live radio airchecks), is one of the most prized possessions in my record collection. In fact, I was introduced to Sinatra by listening to these tracks, and I still consider them to be among Sinatra's best work, which isn't surprising if we bear in mind the amount of jazz greats that were members of the Dorsey outfit...

A few months back, I published an article on these recordings in my blog, The Vintage Bandstand, which you can find at: