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Selection of Benny Goodman His Orchestra and His Combos released: 1996. Plays Eddie Sauter released: 1996. Masterpieces, Volume 5 released: 1996. My Head Says Yes But My Heart Says No. How Little We Know. I'm Gonna Love That Guy (Like He's Never Been Loved Before). That's All That Matters to Me. Fishin' for the Moon. Don't Be That Way. Alexander's Ragtime Band. I've Found a New Baby.
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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. After signing with Columbia in 1934, he had top ten hits with "Ain't Cha Glad?" and "I Ain't Lazy, I'm Just Dreamin'" sung by Jack Teagarden, "Ol' Pappy" sung by Mildred Bailey, and "Riffin' the Scotch" sung by Billie Holiday. In 1962, the Benny Goodman Orchestra toured the Soviet Union as part of a cultural exchange program between the two nations after the Cuban missile crisis and the end of that phase of the Cold War; both visits were part of efforts to normalize relations between the United States and the USSR. The Bolshoi Ballet came to the United States, and the.