Artie Shaw and his Orchestra : Rosalie

From the 1937 MGM motion picture ‘Rosalie’.

Side A: Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
Side B: Rosalie


Date Recorded: January 17, 1939

Composer: Cole Porter

Lyricist: Cole Porter

Instrumentation: Clarinet, 4 saxophones, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones, guitar, piano, string bass, and traps


Wikipedia: Rosalie

Oh, Rosalie, my darling
Rosalie, my dream
Since one night when stars danced above
I’m oh, oh, so much in love so
Rosalie, have mercy
Rosalie, don’t decline
Won’t you make my life thrilling
And tell me you’re willing to be mine
Rosalie, mine

Artie Shaw and his Orchestra

  • Artie Shaw (director, clarinet)
  • George Arus (trombone)
  • Georgie Auld (saxophone)
  • Al Avola (guitar)
  • Johnny Best (trumpet)
  • Hank Freeman (saxophone)
  • Les Jenkins (trombone)
  • Bob Kitsis (piano)
  • Tony Pastor (saxophone)
  • Chuck Peterson (trumpet)
  • Bernie Privin (trumpet)
  • Buddy Rich (traps)
  • Les Robinson (saxophone)
  • Harry Rodgers (trombone)
  • Sid Weiss (string bass)


Label: Bluebird B-10126-B

Rosalie - Artie Shaw and his Orchestra - Bluebird label

Artie Shaw - Rosalie

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