|A||–Benny Goodman And His Orchestra||Let's Do It|
|B||–Benny Goodman And His Sextet*||Where Or When|
In 1972 Benny Goodman's All Star Sextet was recorded live in Copenhagen; this material was released shortly thereafter on a Decca double LP. After languishing for years in record company vaults, cutout bins, and used record stores, the music was reissued on CD in 2006 by Universal, then by Dutton Vocalion in 2007.
His father, David Goodman (1873–1926), came to America in 1892 from Warsaw in partitioned Poland and became a tailor. His mother, Dora Grisinsky, (1873–1964), came from Kovno. They met in Baltimore, Maryland, and moved to Chicago before Goodman's birth . He and his band remained on Let's Dance until May of that year when a strike by employees of the series' sponsor, Nabisco, forced the cancellation of the radio show
Benny Goodman And His Orchestra With Peggy Lee. Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love). Benny Goodman And His Sextet With Peggy Lee. Where Or When. On Sunny Side Of The Street. Benny Goodman Sextet With Peggy Lee. The Way You Look Tonight. Benny Goodman And His Orchestra With Peggy Lee. Winter Weather.
This album has an average beat per minute of 140 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 136/144 BPM). Tracklist Benny Goodman and His Orchestra and Sextet; Vocals by Peggy Lee. 1. My Little Cousin. 144 BPM. 2. Let's Do It. 2'16.
Benny Goodman, His Orchestra Life Goes to a Party. Benny Goodman & His Orchestra Sing, Sing, Sing (With A Swing). Benny Goodman, His Orchestra Ooooo-Oh Boom! (play). Benny Goodman, His Orchestra It's the Dreamer In Me. (play). Benny Goodman, His Orchestra Make Believe. Benny Goodman and His Orchestra Bugle Call Rag. Peggy Lee with Benny Goodman & His Orchestra Why Don't You Do Right. Benny Goodman & His Orchestra Let's Dance.