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  • Performer: Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band
  • Title: Glenn Miller
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Formats: MMF AU TTA ADX FLAC APE WAV
  • Released: 1983
  • MP3 album: 1109 mb
  • FLAC album: 1739 mb
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Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band - Glenn Miller mp3 album

Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band – Speak Low. 3:09. Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band – . Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band – Along the Santa Fe Trail. Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band – Stardust. Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band – Tuxedo Junction. Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band – Holiday For Strings. Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band – As Time Goes By. 2:04. Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band – Over There. Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band – Londonderry Air (Danny Boy)/Shoo-Sho. :15.

2 Glenn Miller 33rpm LP Record Album Sets. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra "50 Never Before Released Original Performances". Glenn Miller "Army Air Force Band". Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band 15 7" 45 rpm EP Records 1955 EPOT-6702.

Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band - Tuxedo Junction 03:41. Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band - Blue Rain 01:55. Glenn Miller;Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band - A String of Pearls 03:38. Glenn Miller;Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band - Pearls on Velvet 04:31. Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band - . Glenn Miller;Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band - The Army Air Corps 02:23. Glenn Miller;Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band - In the Mood 03:46.

Between 1938 and 1944, Glenn Miller and His Orchestra released 266 singles on the monaural ten-inch shellac 78 rpm format. Their studio output comprised a variety of musical styles inside of the Swing genre, including ballads, band chants, dance instrumentals, novelty tracks, songs adapted from motion pictures, and, as the Second World War approached, patriotic music.

In 1942, Glenn Miller joined the United States Army Air Forces and was commissioned as a captain as well as being appointed as the branch's band director. Miller jettisoned most of his civilian band's musical library. ven the famous Miller sound exemplified in 'Moonlight Serenade' was only heard occasionally from the AEF Band. He initially formed a large marching band that was to be the core of a network of service orchestras, but his attempts at modernizing military music were met with some resistance from tradition-minded career officers.

During the two years of its existence, the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band (the greatest orchestra he ever led) performed and recorded frequently, although most of the band's sessions have been difficult to find ever since, as their work was confined to V-Discs and other armed services-related venues. The group was filled with talented jazz soloists (including trumpeters Bobby Nichols and Bernie Privin, clarinetist Peanuts Hucko, and pianist Mel Powell), had fine singers in Ray McKinley, Johnny Desmond, and the Crew Chiefs, and even featured an occasional 21-piece string section

Vocals – Artie Malvin (tracks: B2, C3, F1, G7,H6a, H6b), Bob Carroll (tracks: F4), Carmen Mastren (tracks: H7), Gene Steck, Army Air Force Band (tracks: A1, F6), Johnny Desmond (tracks: A2, A4a to A4c, A7, B1a, B1b, B2, B4, B7, C6a, C6b, D2, D6, E2, E4a, E4b, F2, F5, F7, G1, G2a, G5, H5), Lynn Allison, Murray Kane, Ray McKinley (tracks: A6, B4, C2, H7), Steve Steck, The Crew Chiefs (tracks: A2, A4a to.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Over There
Written-By – Cohan*
A2 A Lovely Way To Spend An Evening
Written-By – Adamson*, McHugh*
A3 The G.I. Jive
Written-By – Mercer*
Medley
A4a Flow Gently
Written-By – Spilman*, Burns*
A4b Sweet Afron
Written-By – Spilman*, Burns*
A4c Moondreams
Written-By – MacGregor*, Mercer*
A4d Don't Be That Way
Written-By – Goodman*, Sampson*
A4e Blue Champagne
Written-By – Ryerson*, Watts*
A5 Holiday For Strings
Written-By – Rose*
A6 Peggy, The Pin-Up Girl
Written-By – Loeb*, Evans*
A7 Going My Way
Written-By – Burke-Van Heusen*
Medley
B1a I Dream Of Jeanie
Written-By – Foster*
B1b I Couldn't Sleep A Wink Last Night
Written-By – Adamson*, McHugh*
B1c Alexander's Ragtime Band
Written-By – Berlin*
B1d Blue Rain
Written-By – Van Heusen*, Mercer*
B2 I've Got A Heart Filled With Love
Written-By – Jacobs*, Meyer*
B3 Anvil Chorus
Written-By – Gray*
B4 There Are Yanks
Written-By – Dietz*, Duke*
B5 Stardust
Written-By – Carmichael*, Parish*
B6 Song Of The Volga Boatmen
Arranged By – Gray*Written By – Traditional
B7 How Sweet You Are
Written-By – Arthur Schwartz, Frank Loesser
C1 Pearls On Velvet
Written-By – Powell*
C2 There'll Be A Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin
Written-By – Bushkin*, De Vries*
C3 What Do You Do In The Infantry?
Written-By – Loesser*
C4 Farewell Blues
Written-By – Schoebel*, Rappolo*, Mares*
C5 Sun Valley Jump
Written-By – Gray*
Medley
C6a In The Gloaming
Written-By – Hill*, Waller*
C6b For The First Time
Written-By – Tobias*, Kapp*
C6c Stompin' At The Savoy
Written-By – Razaf*, Goodman*, Webb*, Sampson*
C6d Deep Purple
Written-By – Parish*, De Rose*
C7 Stormy Weather
Written-By – Arlen*, Koehler*
D1 Mission To Moscow
Written-By – Powell*
D2 My Ideal
Written-By – Robin*, Chase*, Whiting*
D3 Tuxedo Junction
Written-By – Feyne*, Hawkins*, Dash*, Johnson*
D4 In An 18th Century Drawing Room
Written-By – Lawrence*, Scott*
D5 I Hear You Screamin'
Written-By – Williams*
D6 I'll Be Around
Written-By – Wilder*
D7 Poinciana
Written-By – Bernier*, Simon*
E1 Flyin' Home
Written-By – Goodman*, Hampton*, Robin*
E2 Long Ago (And Far Away)
Written-By – Gershwin*, Kern*
E3 It Must Be Jelly
Written-By – McGregor*, Williams*
Medley
E4a Goin' Home
Written-By – Dvořák*, Fisher*
E4b Goodnight, Wherever You Are
Written-By – Hoffman*, Robertson*, Weldon*
E4c I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Written-By – Fields*, McHugh*
E4d Wang Wang Blues
Written-By – Johnson*, Mueller*, Busse*, Wood*
E5 Here We Go Again
Written-By – Gray*
E6 Jeep Jockey Jump
Written-By – Gray*
E7 Blues In My Heart
Written-By – Carter*, Mills*
F1 Juke Box Saturday Night
Written-By – Stillman*, McGrane*
F2 People Will Say We're In Love
Written-By – Hammerstein II*, Rodgers*
F3 St. Louis Blues March
Written-By – Handy*
F4 Time Alone Will Tell
Written-By – Monaco*, Gordon*
F5 Vict'ry Polka
Written-By – Styne*, Cahn*
F6 Air Corps Song
Written-By – Crawford*
F7 Suddenly It's Spring
Written-By – Burke-Van Heusen*
G1 I Love You
Written-By – Porter*
Medley
G2a Long, Long Ago
Written-By – Traditional
G2a The Music Stopped
Written-By – Adamson*, McHugh*
G2b The Dipsey Doodle
Written-By – Clinton*
G2c Wabash Blues
Written-By – Ringle*, Meinken*
G3 Everybody Loves My Baby
Written-By – Palmer*, Williams*
G4 Enlisted Men's Mess
Written-By – Gray*
G5 Absent Minded
Written-By – Roberts*, Fisher*
G6 My Blue Heaven
Written-By – Whiting*, Donaldson*
G7 I Got Sixpence
Written-By – Cox*, Box*, Hall*
G8 Begin The Beguine
Written-By – Porter*
H1 Blue Is The Night
Written-By – Fisher*
H2 In The Mood
Written-By – Razaf*, Garland*
H3 Oh, What A Beautiful Mornin'
Written-By – Hammerstein II*, Rodgers*
H4 Tail-End Charlie
Written-By – Finnegan*
H5 Speak Low
Written-By – Gershwin*, Weill*, Nash*
Medley
H6a Londonderry Air
Written By – Traditional
H6b Shoo-Shoo Baby
Written-By – Moore*
H6c The Way You Look Tonight
Written-By – Fields*, Kern*
H6d Blue Danube
Written-By – Strauss*
H7 Pistol Packin' Mama
Written-By – Dexter*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – RCA Special Products
  • Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone [Lead] – Hank Freeman (tracks: A4e, A5, B6, D5, E3, E5 to E7, F3, F4, G6, H1)
  • Baritone Saxophone [Lead] – Chuck Gentry (tracks: H3)
  • Bass – Joe Shulman, Trigger Alpert
  • Clarinet – Hank Freeman, Peanuts Hucko
  • Clarinet [Lead] – Hank Freeman (tracks: B5, E4d, H6c), Peanuts Hucko (tracks: B1c, C2, C4, C6c, D1, D6, E1, E4c, G2c, G7)
  • Cover – Robin Shipper
  • Design – Christos Peterson
  • Drums – Frank Ippolito, Ray McKinley (tracks: B3, E5, F3, G3)
  • French Horn – Addison Collins
  • French Horn [Lead] – Addison Collins (tracks: B5, B7, C6d, H1, H6c)
  • Guitar – Carmen Mastren
  • Liner Notes – George T. Simon
  • Liner Notes [introduction] – Amy Duncan
  • Photography – Greg Sclight
  • Piano – Jack Rusin*, Louis Stein* (tracks: E1), Mel Powell (tracks: A1, B3, C1, D1, D4, E3, E4d, G2b, G3, G4, H3)
  • Saxophone – Chuck Gentry, Freddy Guerra*, Hank Freeman, Jack Ferrier, Manny Thaler, Peanuts Hucko, Vince Carbone
  • Strings – Bob Ripley, Carl Swanson , Dave Herman, Dave Sackson*, Dave Schwartz*, Dick Motolinsky, Earl Cornwell, Ernie Kardos, Freddy Ostrowski, Gene Bergen, Harry Katzman, Henry Brynan, Joseph Kowelewski, Manny Wishnow, Morris Bialkin*, Milton Edelson, Nathan Kaproff, Phil Cogliano*, Stan Harris
  • Tenor Saxophone [Lead] – Jack Ferrier (tracks: H2), Peanuts Hucko (tracks: H2), Vince Carbone (tracks: A4e, B1d, B4, C4, C6d, C7, D5, D6, E3, E5 to E7, F3, F4, G6, H3, H6d)
  • Trombone – Jim Priddy*, John Halliburton, Larry Hall , Nat Peck
  • Trumpet – Bernie Privin, Bobby Nichols, Jack Steele, Whitey Thomas, Zeke Zarchy
  • Trumpet [Lead] – Bernie Privin (tracks: B3, B5, D3, E3, E4c, B3, H3), Bobby Nichols (tracks: A4d, C4, D5, E1, E5, F1, F3, F5), Zeke Zarchy (tracks: A4e, C7, H2, H6d)
  • Trumpet [Muted] – Bernie Privin (tracks: E5), Bobby Nichols (tracks: E3, H3), Zeke Zarchy (tracks: D3)
  • Violin – George Ockner
  • Violin [Lead] – George Ockner (tracks: A4e, A5, E7,G8, H6d)
  • Vocals – Artie Malvin (tracks: B2, C3, F1, G7,H6a, H6b), Bob Carroll (tracks: F4), Carmen Mastren (tracks: H7), Gene Steck, Army Air Force Band* (tracks: A1, F6), Johnny Desmond (tracks: A2, A4a to A4c, A7, B1a, B1b, B2, B4, B7, C6a, C6b, D2, D6, E2, E4a, E4b, F2, F5, F7, G1, G2a, G5, H5), Lynn Allison, Murray Kane, Ray McKinley (tracks: A6, B4, C2, H7), Steve Steck, The Crew Chiefs (tracks: A2, A4a to A4c, A6, B1a, B1b, B2, B4, C2, C3, D6, E4a, E4b, F1, F5, H6a, H6b, H7)
  • Vocals [Ink Spots Imitations] – Lynn Allison, Murray Kane

Notes

Copyright 1955 Radio Corporation Of America

The music of this album is taken, with a couple of exceptions, from the recordings of the NBC 'I Sustain The Wings' radio series.

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