It Feels Like Dorothy Fields Lyrics – Performed By The Original Artists – *ReMastered Tracks

Tracks: 25, total time: 76:30, year: 1951, genre: Popular Jazz (**Soundtrack)

Compilation & ReMastering: Submarine Records: 2020

Track info from CD track notes and https://secondhandsongs.com/artist/6816/all Sept 2021

The date against this CD entry, and the track date for each track on the disk, is the datethat The Song or Instrumental Music became known through live performance or recording, The date of the recording on the disc is listed with the track title and other imformation about the ttrack

S/N Time Song Title
1. 2:47 Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra with Bonny Lou Williams (vocal) / I Can’t Give You Anything But Love (Rehersal outtake)* (from the reviews “”Harry Delmare’s Revels” 1927 and “Blackbirds Of 1928” – this version 1944): First live performance by Adelaide Hall (1927)
2. 2:56 Teddy Wilson & his Orchestra: Vocalist – Billie Holiday / I Must Have That Man* (from the review “Blackbirds Of 1928”: This Version 1937)
3. 2:54 Tex Beneke Orchestra / Diga Diga Doo* (from the review “Blackbirds Of 1928”: This Version 1951
4. 3:18 Benny Goodman Trio – Vocal Refrain by Lionel Hampton / Exactly Like You* (from “Lew Leslie’s International Review” 1930: This Version 1936)
5. 3:15 Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra: Vocalis – The Sentimentalists / On The Sunny Side Of The Street* (from “Lew Leslie’s International Review” 1930: This Version 1949)
6. 2:00 Glenn Miller’s Army Air Force Band / Blue Again* (from the review “Clowns In Clover” 1932: This Version from the NBC “I Sustain The Wings” Broadcast: 1943)
7. 3:12 Leslie Hutchinson (Hutch) / Don’t Blame Me* (from the review “Clowns In Clover” 1932 and the film “Every Night At Eight” 1935: This Version 1933)
8. 3:03 Frances Langford with Mahlon Merrick & his Music / I Feel A Song Coming On* (from the film “Every Night At Eight” 1935)
9. 3:19 Mary Mayo & Tex Beneke with The Glenn Miller Orchestra / I’m In The Mood For Love* (from the film “Every Night At Eight” 1935): [This version from the American Forces Radio Show “One Night Stand”: May 1949]
10. 4:33 Andre Kostenanetz & His Orchestra / I Dream Too Much*/ The Jocky On The Carousel* (from the film “I Dream Too Much” 1935: This Version 1946)
11. 2:54 Tex Beneke Orchestra: vocalist: Bill Raymond / Lovely To Look At* (from the film “Roberta” 1935: This version 1953): [First recording by Irene Dunne, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers (March 8, 1935)}
12. 3:02 Eddy Duchin Orchestra: vocalist: Lee Sherwood / I Wont Dance* (from the film “Swing Time” 1936): [Fred Astaire with Johnny Green and His Orchestra: 1936]
13. 2:59 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green & His Orchestra / Pick Yourself Up* (from the film “Swing Time” 1936)
14. 2:39 Dixie Lee Crosby and Bing Crosby with Victor Young and His Orchestra / The Way You Look Tonight* “from the film “Swing Time” 1936: This Version 1936): [Original Performance and Recording – Fred Astaire 1936)
15. 3:10 Frank Sinatra & Dorothy Kirsten with Ziggy Elman Orchestra / A Fine Romance* (from the film “Swing Time” 1936: This version from radio programme “Frank Sinatra’s Light Up Time” 1949): [First recording Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians – Vocal Refrain by Carmen Lombardo & Trio]
Media critic John Crosby called the teaming of Sinatra and opera singer Dorothy Kirsten “what seems at first, or even second, blush to be the most unlikely combinations of singers on the air…..”

Wikipedia Sept 2021: https://infogalactic.com/info/The_Frank_Sinatra_Show_(radio_program)#Light-Up_Time_.281949-50.29

16. 3:05 Fred Astaire – Vocal and Tap Dancing with Johnny Green & His Orchestra / Bojangles Of Harlem* (from the film “Swing Time” 1936)
17. 3:13 Fred Astaire with Johnny Green & His Orchestra / Never Gonna Dance* (from the film “Swing Time” 1936)
18. 2:54 Andre Kostenanetz & His Orchestra / Stars In My Eyes* (from the film “The King Steps Out” (1936; This Version 1945)
19. 2:39 Al Bowlly / Lew Stone & His Band and Chorus / You Couldn’t Be Cuter* (from the film “The Joy Of Living” 1938): [First recording Freddy Martin and His Orchestra – Vocal Refrain by Elmer Feldkamp: 1938]
20. 3:18 Al Bowlly / Lew Stone & His Band / Just Let Me Look At You* (from the film “The Joy Of Living” 1938): [First live performance Irene Dunne: 1938)
21. 3:11 Julie London with Orchestra / Remind Me* (from the film “One Night In The Tropics” 1940: This Version 1962): [First theatrical release Peggy Moran: 1940}
22. 2:12 Deanna Durbin and Dick Haymes with Johnny Green & his Orchestra and Chorus / Carousel In The Park* (from the film “Up In Central Park” 1948)
23. 2:21 Dick Haymes with Johnny Green Orchestra / When She Walks In The Room* (from the film “Up In Central Park” 1948)
24. 5:02 Deanna Durbin and Dick Haymes with Johnny Green & his Orchestra / Close As Pages In A Book* (from the film “Up In Central Park” 1948)
25. 2:43 Tex Beneke Orchestra vocals: Tex Beneke and The Crew Chiefs / My Love And My Mule* (from the film “Mr Imperium” 1951