Gus Arnheim And His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra* - One More Time / Thanks To You (Shellac)
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The early Vitaphone short featuring Gus Arnheim and His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra () is a straightforward concert movie showing the band entertaining patrons in a nightclub. The program starts with two Irving Berlin numbers, "Always" and "I Can't Do Without You," before taking on a Latin beat with "La Rosita" and concluding with "(If You.
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Singer, Actor. Born in Los Angeles to Mexican immigrant parents, he began his career singing with Gus Arnheim's orchestra at the Cocoanut Grove and on the radio show "Your Hit Parade" in the s. Possessed with a romantic baritone voice, he sang songs in English and Spanish, with his biggest hit being "Besame Mucho" ().
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Gus Arnheim Cocoanut Grove Orchestra ; Samuel Pedraza: Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo: Musical group: Victor: PBVE in. 3/2/ Thanks to you: Cocoanut Grove Orchestra ; Bing Crosby: Jazz/dance band, with male vocal solo: Musical group: Victor: PBVE in. 3/2/ One more time: Cocoanut Grove Orchestra ; Bing Crosby.
Actor Fred McMurray even got his start with Arnheim, although back then the likeable thespian was still a saxophone player trying to kick off a musical career. In the the late 20's and early 30's, Arnheim had the most popular band on the West coast, based out of the trendy Cocoanut Grove nightclub in .
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Once upon a time, Gus Arnheim () led a hugely popular society dance band based at the club Cocoanut Grove within the swank Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. Founded in cahoots with Abe Lyman in , the band soon billed as Gus Arnheim's Cocoanut Grove Orchestra toured every corner of the continental United States as well as Britain and /5(5).