Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians with Al Pierson | 2000 Concert and Dance

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2000 Concert and Dance

by Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians with Al Pierson

Guy Lombardo's Orchestra plays the music that has made this band famous for over 70 years.
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. South Rampart Street Parade
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2. Sentimental Journey Medley
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3. Johnson Rag
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4. Begin the Beguine
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5. Blue Moon
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6. That's a Plenty
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7. Patricia
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8. Apple Blossom Time
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9. Frankie & Johnnie
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10. Little Girl
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11. I Found a Million Dollar Baby
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12. Hello Dolly
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13. Enjoy Yourself
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14. Powder Your Face With Sunshine
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15. Seems Like Old Times
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16. Boo Hoo
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17. Auld Lang Syne
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Founded in 1919, the Lombardo Orchestra is the longest running act in show business history, with over 500 hit songs to its credit - more than any other musical organization. Since its first televised New Year's Eve Party in 1954, the orchestra has played for more than 1 1/2 billion viewers, making a New Year's tradition out of the Scottish ballad "Auld Lang Syne."

After the 1977 death of Guy Lombardo, his world-renowned orchestra fell silent for more than a decade. In 1989 the legend was revived as Al Pierson of Big Band USA was given the opportunity to rejuvenate the styles and musical library of the dormant Lombardo Orchestra.


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