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Sep 09, · I'll Never Smile Again by Tommy Dorsey, and with featured vocals by Frank Sinatra, is just one song that we've had on repeat at Retro Gazing. Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey have never been better. Follow & Subscribe.
Apr 17, · "I'll Never Smile Again" was paired with another Dorsey balled "This Love Of Mine", and the night I caught the show Steve Lawrence sang the first line and then Frank leapt in, and Steve and Eydie just filled in the doo-doo-doos Pied Pipers-style.
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Tommy Dorsey, whose orchestra was one of the most popular in America, received a copy of the song and recorded it with his young vocalist, Frank Sinatra. Issued as a Tommy Dorsey single, it was the first-ever #1 on Billboard's singles chart, the magazine's precursor to the Hot
"I'll Never Smile Again" is a song written by Ruth Lowe. It has been recorded by many other artists since, becoming a standard. The most successful and best-known version of the song was recorded by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, with vocals provided by Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers. This recording was released as a Victor 78, A, in Genre: Jazz.
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