|Statement||by Charles Garrod and Bill Korst.|
|LC Classifications||ML156.7.N44 G3 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||18 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||92195293|
The highlight of this short subject featuring Ozzie Nelson and his orchestra was Ozzie doing a nice novelty number in the end complete with Brooklyn accent, I'm Dancing With The Dames With The Moolah. Of course there are some other good numbers, that old standard Chinatown My Chinatown with chorus doing the vocal/10(6). Ozzie Nelson And His Orchestra / Joe Moss & His Society Dance Orchestra: Ozzie Nelson And His Orchestra / Joe Moss & His Society Dance Orchestra - Jingle Bells / Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Shellac, 10") Brunswick: US: Sell This Version. Ozzie released his autobiography, Ozzie, in In addition, he worked as a director and producer. After suffering a series of malignant tumors in his later years, he passed away in his home in His two sons and wife were by his side on his deathbed. Cancer would be . In the early s, a booking at the Glen Island Casino landed Ozzie Nelson's orchestra national network radio exposure. After three years together with the orchestra, Ozzie and Harriet signed to appear regularly on The Baker's Broadcast (), hosted first by Joe Penner, then by Robert L. Ripley and finally by cartoonist Feg Murray.
Harriet Nelson, whose transition from Ozzie Nelson's band singer to his wife and then mother of their two sons transformed her into the matriarch of one of television's most wholesome and beloved. For 14 years, from to , ''The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet'' was a television staple, an American icon, which may have preceded ''Seinfeld'' as the first show that was really about nothing. This book has been out of print for quite a while, but if you are interested in the early days of television, it's a must read. Obviously, it also covers Ozzie's big band career (during which he met and married singer/actress Harriet Hilliard), and the rise of Ricky Nelson, his youngest son/5. Billy May was a self-taught musician and arranger. In , he received his first big break arranging and playing trumpet; first, for the Charlie Barnet band, and in , the band of Glenn Miller. Settling in Hollywood in , his first of many big breaks in radio was playing in Ozzie Nelson's band for the "Red Skelton Show." Shortly thereafter, May was asked by Nelson to be musical director.
The Ozzie Nelson Orchestra toured for the last time in the summer of That same year, Red Skelton was drafted, and Ozzie, eager to get underway with his own project focusing more on the Nelson family, was encouraged to create his own family situation comedy. By that time, Ozzie Nelson's orchestra had a fully sponsored radio show, and were still among the most popular bands of the era -- the stars, apart from Ozzie Nelson and Harriet Hilliard, included baritone saxophonist Charlie Bubeck, tenorman Bill Stone, trumpet man Bo Ashford. Much earlier than that, Ozzie led an orchestra, “Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra.” Ozzie was determined to have the orchestra succeed. So determined, that once when a newspaper ran a “Most Popular Band” poll, Ozzie collected unsold copies of the newspaper and sent in ballots to tally for his orchestra. Ozzie Nelson and his orchestra Hindsight Records: HSR, HSR, HSR In part with vocals by Ozzie Nelson or Harriet (Hilliard) Nelson. "Previously unreleased material. The original for radio only recordings"--Containers. Contributor: Nelson, Ozzie Date: