8 thoughts on “ Doretta Morrow / Felix Knight With Jay Blackton And His Orchestra - Naughty Marrietta (Vinyl) ”

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  2. Performer: Felix Knight; Russ Morgan and his Orchestra Writer: Guy D'Hardelot Vocal With Orchestra. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are mil truncated eliptical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical, mil truncated conical.
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  4. Doretta Morrow, Actress, Dies; Soprano, 40, Starred in 'Kismet'; Also Was Tuptim in 'King and I' -- Seen in 'The Red Mill' and 'Where's Charley?' Special to The New York Times Feb. 29,
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  6. Doretta Morrow Biography by AllMusic + Follow Artist. b. Doretta Marano, 27 January , New York City, New York, USA, d. 28 February , London, England. This silver-voiced singer appeared on Broadway in Where’s Charley? (), and was then cast as Read Full Biography.
  7. Buddy Morrow was born in my hometown, New Haven, CT. on 2/8/ This graduate of Juilliard School of Music played for many years in bands headed by Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, Artie Shaw, Paul Whiteman, Bunny Berigan (and others) before organizing his own dance band. Morrow's recording of "Night Train" was a best-seller for RCA Victor/5(6).
  8. Up next. 92Y’s Concerts @Home Series: Join Knights artistic directors Colin and Eric Jacobsen on Thursday, July 30, at PM for a program featuring Maurice Ravel’s “lean, ruthlessly linear” Debussy tribute Sonata for Violin and Cello; the Jacobsens’ own compositions; and pieces by Grammy Award-winner singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan.

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