"Do I Worry?"
by The Ink Spots
on Decca 3432 A
released in 1940
(Including Video From 1942 Movie)
Above: Sheet music for "Do I Worry?", which was a big hit for The Ink Spots. Top to Bottom (in above photo): Orville "Hoppy" Jones, Deek Watson, Bill Kenny, Charlie Fuqua.
Above: Decca 3432 Label. Recorded 8/8/40, Released 11/40. As with most of the songs since "If I Didn't Care" became a smash hit in 1939, "Do I Worry?" featured the formula of Bill Kenny's excellent tenor lead and Hoppy Jones' bass recitation part.
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Above: Clips from 1942 Movie: "Pardon My Sarong" featuring The Ink Spots, who sing "Do I Worry?". In the movie, they also sing "Shout, Brother, Shout". Two other of their songs cut from the final film were "Java Jive" and "Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat".
Clips are (L-R) 1. Deek Watson/Bill Kenny/Hoppy Jones/Charlie Fuqua, 2. Bill Kenny, 3. Hoppy Jones, 4. Deek Watson.
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