Category: Big band

Jill Corey With Glenn Osser And His Orchestra - I Found A New Baby / My Reverie (Vinyl)

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  1. After that the hits were hard to come by (see a list of her releases in the Comments below), but in late Dec Jan - and right at the start of the R&R Era - her cover of the Fred Waring & His Pennsylvanians' hit, I Love My Baby (My Baby Loves Me) got to # 22 as Columbia b/w Egghead, both billed as Jill Corey with Jimmy Carroll/5(12).
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  4. Jill Corey with Glenn Osser And His Orchestra: Jill Corey with Glenn Osser And His Orchestra - Sometimes I'm Happy, Sometimes I'm Blue ‎ (LP, Album, Mono) Columbia: CL .
  5. Suddenly Jill Corey seemed to be everywhere at once - always being associated with the best talent in the business. After Garroway, there was the Robert Q. Lewis Show, Ed Sullivan appearances and nine months (for as long as the show lasted) as a regular on Johnny Carson's California-based show.
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  7. By Jill Corey. • 18 songs. Play on Spotify. 1. I Found a New Baby (with Glenn Osser & His Orchestra) My Reverie (with Glenn Osser & His Orchestra) - Glenn Osser & His Orchestra. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? Have You Ever Been Lonely (Have You Ever Been Blue).
  8. Jill Corey CD discography Full Title - Sometimes I'm Happy Sometimes I'm Blue. Popular singer Jill Corey got her musical start by singing with a polka band in Pennsylvania in the early s. A local Pennsylvania radio station manager sent a tape of Jill Corey to Mitch Miller which prompted a contract at Columbia Records.