I’m Getting Sentimental Over You


Dorsey Brothers 2

I’m Getting Sentimental Over You (m. George Bassman, w. Ned Washington)


Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, vocal by Jean Bowes — recorded on 24 September 1932; issued on the 78 rpm single Columbia 36065, c/w “By Heck”


Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, vocal: Bob Crosby –  recorded on 15  August 1934; issued in September 1934 on the 78 rpm single Decca 115, b/w “Long May We Love” (m. Roscoe “Roc” Hillman, w. Ralph Freed)


Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra — recorded on 18 October 1935; issued on Victor 25236, as the B-side “I’ve Got a Note”



Ink Spots (1)

The Ink Spots — recorded on 11 October 1939 and issued in 1940 as the 78 rpm single Decca 3077, b/w “Coquette”; one of ten top forty hits by the Ink Spots in 1940, it peaked at #26


Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra — 1947?


1957 Vinnie Burke All-Stars (LP)-hx49

From the 1956 ABC-Paramount LP “The Vinnie Burke All-Stars” (ABC 139)

  • Urbie Green (trombone)
  • Al Cohn (tenor sax)
  • Eddie Costa (piano)
  • Jimmy Raney (guitar)
  • Vinnie Burke (bass)
  • Joe Morello (drums)



Thelonius Monk — solo piano, from the 1957 LP Thelonious Himself


Mel Torme and Marty Paich-1

Mel Tormé — recorded in  December 1957, arranged and conducted by Marty Paich, and issued on the 1958 LP Prelude to a Kiss


Ella Fitzgerald-profile

Ella Fitzgerald accompanied by Paul Smith on piano — from her 1960 Verve LP “Ella Fitzgerald Sings Songs from the Soundtrack of Let No Man Write My Epitaph


Urbie Green — from the 1961 album “The Persuasive Trombone of Urbie Green”


Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass

From the 1965 LP Going Places


From the 1967 TV special “Singer Presents Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass”


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Chet Baker — from The Best Thing For You, 1977


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