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  2. Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: Take Her To Jamaica (Where The Rum Comes From) B: Down Yonder: RCA Victor USA: Sep 7" 1: Artie Shaw And His Orchestra Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: I Would If I Could B: Heaven Dropped Her Curtain Down: RCA Victor USA: Dec 7" 0: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: A.
  3. Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: Wilhelmina (Wabash Avenue) B: (Put Another Nickle In) Music! Music! Music! RCA Victor Canada: 7" 0: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: Sam's Song B: Mambo Jambo: RCA Victor Canada: 7" 0: Freddy Martin And His Orchestra A: Down Yonder B: Take Her To Jamaica (Where The Rum Comes.
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  5. Freddy Martin - The Hits of Freddy Martin and his Orchestra - fundsimpbasranocaguarepapecwicon.coinfo Music Skip to main content The Hits of Freddy Martin and his Orchestra Freddy Martin Format: #, in CDs & Vinyl (See Top in CDs & Vinyl) # in Classic Big Band.
  6. "White Christmas" is an Irving Berlin song reminiscing about an old-fashioned Christmas setting, released in The version sung by Bing Crosby is the world's best-selling single with estimated sales in excess of 50 million copies worldwide. When the figures for other versions of the song are added to Crosby's, sales of the song exceed million.
  7. Swing-era bandleader Freddy Martin was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on December 6, ; a onetime drummer and C-melody saxophonist, his primary instrument was the tenor sax, and he formed his first band while attending high school. According to the Big Bands Database, after graduation Martin accepted a job with a musical instrument company, and when the Guy Lombardo Orchestra played .
  8. Freddy Martin covered I Wanna Go Back to West Virginia, Mama's Gone, Good Bye, Goody Goody, You Was and other songs. Freddy Martin originally did Then I'll Be Tired of You, I Saw Stars, Lights Out, Goody Goody and other songs. Freddy Martin wrote Tonight We Love.
  9. Martin's tenor sax is wonderful on "Shangri-La" and there is some fun piano work on boogie tunes. Freddy Martin charted an amazing 85 hits over a three decade career. Some of his biggest hits are found here including "Piano Concerto in B Flat", a Tchaikovsky composition. This recording topped American music charts for 8 weeks in /5(9).

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