Eddy Duchin

EDDY DUCHIN was a popular American pianist and bandleader of the 1930s and 1940s, famous for his engaging onstage personality, his elegant piano style. He was originally a pharmacist before turning full-time to music and beginning his new career with Leo Reisman's orchestra at the Central Park Casino in New York, an elegant nightclub where he became hugely popular in his own right and eventually became the Reisman orchestra's leader by 1932. He became widely popular thanks to regular radio broadcasts that boosted his record sales, and he was one of the earliest pianists to lead a commercially successful large band.


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1. Nocturne in E Flat; 2. Time on My Hands / April...
A Needle in a Haystack
A Star Fell Out of Heaven
A Star Fell Out of Heaven
All in Fun
Anything Can Happen
Anything Your Little Heart Desires
Are You My Lucky Star
Cheek to Cheek
Close Your Eyes
Did You Ever See a Dream Walking
Duchin Plays Cole Porter
Eddy Duchin
From Me to You
From Now On
I Can't Escape From You
I Never Had a Chance
I'll Stand By
I'm Talking Through My Heart
Ill Wind
Isn't it a Pity?
Isn't Love the Strangest Thing
It's De-Lovely
It's Great to Be in Love Again
Je Vous Aime
Let's Dance; My Twilight Dream
Lights Out
London Bridge is Falling Down
Love is Like a Cigarette
Love Walked In
May I?
Moonlight and Shadows
My Heart Belongs to Daddy
Ol' Man Mose
Ol' Man Mose
One Night of Love
Out of Sight, Out of Mind
Riptide; I've Had My Moments
S Wonderful
So You're the One
South Sea Island Magic
Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin' All the Time)
Summer Holiday
Sweet Hawaiian Moonlight
The Camera Doesn't Lie (Neither Do I)
The Shortest Day of the Year
To Mary, With Love
Too Marvelous For Words
Try to See it My Way
Wake Up and Sing
Well All Right! (Tonight's the Night)
Words Without Music
You Are the Song