Trombonist Russ Morgan led a very successful sweet dance band from the 1930s through the 50s. Morgan's tag line was "Music in the Morgan Manner" and that music appealed to the same audience who thought the output of bands led by the likes of Guy Lombardo and Freddy Martin was just peachy.
Personally, I think a little of this kind of stuff goes a long way and Morgan's take on the standard Wabash Blues is one of the few tracks I find listenable on this 1960 release on the Everest label. Morgan's peak of popularity had long since passed by the time this LP came out, although he continued to play dates in Las Vegas and other similar venues.
In any case you can grab Wabash Blues from the link below. The MP3 is taken from the original LP.
Dance Along with Russ Morgan is available as both a manufactured to order CD-R and as a download, but this is another case of buyer beware. The source for both formats is vinyl and reviews on the web indicate the quality is substandard.
A much earlier version of Wabash Blues by Russ Morgan appeared in a 1936 film short directed by Adolph Zukor. It's the second of the four tunes performed by the orchestra.