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Three great voices joined for an opening medley of blues and swing on the Dinah Shore Show on December 11, 1960. It turned into a live master performance from three very different world-class singers as they joined voices.
Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra played Tommy’s theme song, “I’m Getting Sentimental Over You.” This is perhaps the only visual recording of him playing that complete song.
On December 9, 1962 the Dinah Shore Show, on December 9, 1962, made a small choice to include among its celebration of American Music, a performance by a gifted American singer in a genre that would challenge America’s taste and tolerance.