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Artie Shaw and His Orchestra with Helen Forrest - All the Things You Are (1939)
Charted at #8 in 1940. B-side of "All in Fun". Also #3 for Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra in January 1940 (with vocal by Jack Leonard). Introduced in the ...


Artie Shaw,Helen Forrest - ANY OLD TIME
"ANY OLD TIME" Artie Shaw and his orchestra vocal:Helen Forrest Chuck Peterson, John Best, Bernie Privin,(tp) George Arus, Les Jenkins, Harry Rogers,(tb) ...


The Artie Shaw Orchestra with Helen Forrest -- Deep In a Dream .wmv
Artie's band with helen, a live recording, from 1938, I believe. If I am wrong on the year, please let me know. FCC.


"Comes Love" Artie Shaw and Helen Forrest
"Comes Love" written by Lew Brown, Sammy Stept, and Charles Tobias was recorded by Artie Shaw on June 12, 1939, with the vocal by Helen Forrest.


"I Have Eyes" Artie Shaw and Helen Forrest
This classic big band performance was recorded by Artie Shaw with featured vocalist, Helen Forrest, on Sept. 27, 1938 and released on the Bluebird label.


" What's New?" Artie Shaw & Helen Forrest
"Whats New?", written by Bob Haggart and Johnny Burke, was recorded by Artie Shaw and His Orchestra with the fine vocal by Helen Forrest on March 11, 1939 ...


Artie Shaw & his Orchestra with Helen Forrest - They Say (1938)
Music by Stephen Weis & Paul Mann, lyrics by Edward Heyman.


Helen Forrest - Deep Purple (Artie Shaw Orch.)
Helen Forrest - Deep Purple (Artie Shaw Orchestra) 1938.


Artie Shaw Helen Forrest - Summer Souvenirs 1939
Songs Of Yesteryear Helen Forrest (April 12, 1917 -- July 11, 1999) was one of the most popular female jazz vocalists during America's Big Band era. She was ...


All The Things You Are - Helen Forrest & Artie Shaw, 1939
My Favourite of All Favourites By Far...


Deep Purple - Helen Forrest & Artie Shaw, 1938
I love this song so much I had to be selfish and have it on my own channel, so please forgive the double-ups! :)


Artie Shaw with Helen Forrest -- Deep Purple.wmv
The Artie Shaw Orchestra with Helen Forrest Doing Deep Purple.


1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Deep In A Dream - Artie Shaw (Helen Forrest, vocal)
Deep In A Dream (DeLange-Van Heusen) by Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Helen Forrest This #2 ranked “Hit Parade” song is one of five best-selling Artie ...


They Say - Helen Forrest
Helen Forrest with Artie Shaw and His Orchestra.


Artie Shaw Helen Forrest - You're A Sweet Little Headache 1939
Helen Forrest (April 12, 1917 -- July 11, 1999) was one of the most popular female jazz vocalists during America's Big Band era. She was born Helen Fogel to a ...


1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Comes Love - Artie Shaw (Helen Forrest, vocal)
Comes Love (Brown-Tobias-Stept) by Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Helen Forrest Song from the Broadway musical “Yokel Boy” climbed to #4 on the ...


1939 HITS ARCHIVE: Thanks For Everything - Artie Shaw (Helen Forrest, vocal)
Thanks For Ev'rything (Gordon-Revel) by Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Helen Forrest A #3 ranking “Hit Parade” tune from the 20th Century Fox comedy ...


Artie Shaw & Helen 2 Sleepy People.wmv
The Artie Shaw Orchestra with Helen Forrest, "Two Sleepy People", from a live recording.


Artie Shaw "Day In, Day Out" vocal by Helen Forrest
Artie Shaw and his Orchestra: "Day In, Day Out" on a Bluebird disc. Helen Forrest is the vocalist. Day in - day out That same old voodoo follows me about That ...


Comes Love - Artie Shaw and Helen Forrest


I'll Remember - Helen Forrest
Helen Forrest with Artie Shaw and His Orchestra.


Artie Shaw ft Helen Forrest - Deep In A Dream (1938)
Words & Music by Eddie DeLange & Jimmy Van Heusen Recorded by Artie Shaw, 1938, Helen Forrest Vocals. Arthur Jacob Arshawsky (May 23, 1910 ...


Artie Shaw & His Orchestra with Helen Forrest "All the Things You Are"
Among the compositions of The Great American Songbook is "All the Things You Are" written by Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein II for the 1939 musical ...


Helen Forrest (Artie Shaw & His Orchestra) - This Can't Be Love - Hotel Lincoln NYC
Helen Forrest (Artie Shaw & His Orchestra) This Can't Be Love January 18,1939 Hotel Lincoln NYC.


1940 HITS ARCHIVE: All The Things You Are - Artie Shaw (Helen Forrest, vocal)
All The Things You Are (Hammerstein-Kern) by Artie Shaw & his Orchestra, vocal by Helen Forrest The best-remembered Shaw-Forrest collaboration on ...


Helen Forrest (Artie Shaw & His Orchestra) - Melancholy Lullaby - Cafe Rouge Hotel Pennsylvania
Helen Forrest (Artie Shaw & His Orchestra) Melancholy Lullaby November 3,1939 Cafe Rouge Hotel Pennsylvania.


Helen Forrest (Artie Shaw & His Orchestra) - Any Old Time - Cafe Rouge Hotel Pennsylvania
Helen Forrest (Artie Shaw & His Orchestra) Any Old Time November 3,1939 Cafe Rouge Hotel Pennsylvania.


Easy To Say - Helen Forrest
Helen Forrest with Artie Shaw and His Orchestra.


Helen Forrest & Artie Shaw - I Had the Craziest Dream Last Night (1942)
Helen Forrest & Harry James - I Had the Craziest Dream Last Night (1942) - The Overjazz Channel aims to offer only the best recordings of the begining era of ...


Moonray -Artie Shaw Orchestra.wmv
Moonray -Artie Shaw Orchestra on Bluebird B-10334-B.June 22-1939.Helen Forrest on the vocal.


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