Sweet And Lowdown

  • 1944
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical

Cardwell plays a young trombone player who gets a chance to play with the Benny Goodman Orchestra, but the success immediately goes to his head. Pushed by Darnell, he tries to start up his band, but with disastrous results. He goes back to his old factory job, only to get another chance with good ole' Benny. Acting and plot are bad but the music is quite...read more

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Cardwell plays a young trombone player who gets a chance to play with the Benny Goodman Orchestra, but the success immediately goes to his head. Pushed by Darnell, he tries to start up his band, but with disastrous results. He goes back to his old factory job, only to get another chance

with good ole' Benny. Acting and plot are bad but the music is quite hot. Musical numbers include the Oscar-nominated "I'm Making Believe," (Mack Gordon, James V. Monaco), as well as "Chug-Chug-Choo-Choo-Chug," "Hey Bub, Let's Have a Ball," "Ten Days with a Baby" (Gordon, Monaco), "I Found a New

Baby" (Jack Palmer, Spencer Williams), "Jersey Bounce" (Robert B. Wright, Bobby Plater, Tiny Bradshaw, Edward Johnson), "Let's Dance" (Fanny Baldridge, Gregory Stone, Joseph Bonine), "The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise" (Gene Lockhart, Ernest Seitz), "Mozart's Clarinet Quintet" (performed by

Goodman and strings), "No Love, No Nothing" (Leo Robin, Harry Warren), "Rachel's Dream" (Benny Goodman), and "I Yi Yi Yi Yi, I Like You Very Much" (Gordon, Warren).

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