(courtesy: "Pico and Sepulveda") / (performer: "Pico and Sepulveda" - as Felix Figueroa and his Orchestra)
What's Buzzin', Cousin?
(arranger: "Second Hungarian Rhapsody" - as Freddie Martin) / (performer: "Mister President", "By Orders of the Interceptor Command", "Three Little Mosquitos (Hitler, Tojo and Benito)", "Where Am I Without You?", "Second Hungarian Rhapsody", "A Boogie Lullaby", "Knocked-Out Nocturne", "Nevada", "Eighteen Seventy-five" ($18.75 War Bond Cost) - as Freddie Martin)
(music: "Tonight We Love" - uncredited)
Freddie Martin | Freddie Martin and His Orchestra
Did You Know?
Born in Ohio and raised largely in an orphanage and with various relatives, saxophonist and band leader Freddy Martin first gained national attention in 1940 and continued on through the 1970s leading one of the most popular "sweet" (non-swing) bands of the Big Band Era. Best known for his hit songs adapted from classical themes, his many hits on RCA Victor and Capitol records included "Cumana," ...
Theme song: "Tonight We Love" (Adapted by Martin and Ray Austin from Tchaikovsky's First Piano Concerto)