Please forward this error screen to 91. Please forward this error screen to sharedip-1071804170. Please forward this error screen to sharedip-10718050169. I’m Getting Sentimental Over You” is i’m Getting Sentimental Over You – The Gerry Mulligan Quartet* – The Gerry Mulligan Quartet song recorded by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.
The words were written by Ned Washington and the music was written by George Bassman. It was first performed in 1932. Dorsey was the featured trombone soloist when his orchestra played it. It was first recorded in September 1935. A second recording on October 18, 1935 is the exact arrangement that Tommy would henceforth feature. Frank Sinatra sang this song in the Dorsey Orchestra and also featured it in an album, I Remember Tommy, after Tommy Dorsey’s death in 1956.
This song was featured in an episode of The Twilight Zone called “Static”, in the movie “Carnal Knowledge” and in the movie Bart Got a Room. The tempo is considered a fox trot or swing. Spike Jones and the City Slickers performed the piece in City Slicker style with Tommy Dorsey on a “Music America Loves Best” broadcast of June 1945. This version appears on Spike Jones’ Thank You Music Lovers album. Earl Bostic as the B-side of 1951 single “Flamingo”. Patti Page on her 1956 album Music for Two in Love. The Tijuana Brass covered the song on their 1965 album Going Places.
Their rendition begins with a single horn, playing slowly, in the Big Band style, before breaking into a jazzy rendition by the full Brass. Ella Fitzgerald – Sings Songs From Let No Man Write My Epitaph, Verve Records, 1960. TJB arrangement and quotes from the original Glenn Miller band’s upbeat hits. 12 on Billboard’s “Easy Listening” survey in 1966.
The band They Might Be Giants covered this song in the mid-1980s and released it on their 1997 compilation, Then: The Earlier Years. Maynard Ferguson on his live double album M. Urbie Green on The Persuasive Trombone. John Abercrombie and Don Thompson on 1991 album Witchcraft. Les Deux Love Orchestra on the 2009 album Ecstasy. Cabaret artist Maude Maggart covered the song on her 2005 album With Sweet Despair. Jazz saxophonist Sonny Stitt recorded a version of the song on his 1963 album Now!