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Frank Dailey & His Meadowbrook Orchestra-You Went Away Too Far

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Although I posted superb version by Jane Green (http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8kqjy_jane-green-you-went-away-too-far-an_music#.UQl1qKVkjVA), the atmosphere of this version is so different I decided to post it too. Frank Dailey was most well-known because he owned the famous Meadowbrook from 1931-1956. He was born in 1901 in Bloomfield, NJ. His career lasted from the 1920s -1950s. Frank Dailey played the violin and led several orchestras like the Stop-and-Go Orchestra. The first nationwide telecast of dance music was held at the club in Cedar Grove. Dailey appeared on television’s "Music at the Meadowbrook" from 1953 - 1956. It was an hour long program featuring big band music. He died in 1956 in Montclair, NJ. This very fine 1935 recording features vocalist Howard Du Lany.Frank Dailey was most well-known because he owned the famous Meadowbrook from 1931-1956. He was born in 1901 in Bloomfield, NJ. His career lasted from the 1920s -1950s. Frank Dailey played the violin and led several orchestras like the Stop-and-Go Orchestra. The first nationwide telecast of dance music was held at the club in Cedar Grove. Dailey appeared on television’s "Music at the Meadowbrook" from 1953 - 1956. It was an hour long program featuring big band music. He died in 1956 in Montclair, NJ. This brilliant 1927 recording features vocalist Irving Kaufman.