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Dick Stabile His Saxophone And Hollywood Orchestra - Dancing On The Sunset Strip (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Cooty Selmer & His Relight Orchestra – Sexy Sax; Hot And Sweet For Dancing (Falcon L-ST) Various – Silver Saxophones (Boulevard ) Dick Stabile – Dancing On The Sunset Strip (King ) Sam (The Man) Taylor – Blue Mist (MGM E) Sam (The Man) Taylor – More Blue Mist; In The Mood For Sax (MGM E)
  2. Sep 23,  · The album had previously been issued on King as Dancing on Sunset Strip. The last Bethlehem-related session in Ruppli’s sessionography — The Saloonatics, who recorded their one and only album on April 29, , Crazy World Crazy Tunes, which features country blues weeper, “ I Get the Blues When It Rains ” as the A-side of a
  3. Nov 26,  · This blog contains information, that I gather daily, about the history of Capitol Records, related labels, The Capitol Records Tower, and other pop culture events and anniversaries. Please contact me if you have any corrections, comments and/or facts you'd like to share. To see some great photos of the opening of The Capitol Tower and to get a quick overview of Capitol's early history check.
  4. Al Sears And His Orchestra / Joe Thomas And Band - Grade "A" Dance Music With A Swing Beat ‎ (LP, Album Dick Stabile His Saxophone And Hollywood Orchestra* Dancing On The Sunset Strip ‎ (LP, Album) Audio Lab (3), Audio Lab (3) AL US:
  5. Dick Stabile His Saxophone And Hollywood Orchestra* Dancing On The Sunset Strip (Album) 3 versions King Records (3).
  6. Dean recorded this tune on June 12, with Dick Stabile and Orchestra, featuring Stabile on alto sax. Released only as a single, Dean’s recording reached #12 on the charts on September 6, – but it was still a hit at St. Rocco’s in the 60’s when I was a kid growing up.
  7. Mar 06,  · American singer and guitarist born in Coalinga, Calif., and grew up in Fresno. He and his brother Pat, a singer and bassist, were session musicians who performed together as Pat and Lolly Vegas in the s at Sunset Strip clubs and on the TV variety show "Shindig!". They formed the Native American band Redbone in

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