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Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - April 3, 1940 Chesterfield Broadcast - November 4,1940 Remote Broadcast album mp3

Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - April 3, 1940 Chesterfield Broadcast - November 4,1940 Remote Broadcast album mp3

Performer: Glenn Miller And His Orchestra
Title: April 3, 1940 Chesterfield Broadcast - November 4,1940 Remote Broadcast
Style: Swing, Big Band
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 188
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Glenn Miller And His Orchestra ‎– April 3, 1940 Chesterfield Broadcast - November 4,1940 Remote Broadcast. Label: Soundcraft Radio Recording ‎– LP 1010.

A1. The Woodpecker Song Solo Vocal – Marion Hutton. A3. Sierra Blue Solo Vocal –. Ray. Eberle. A4 The Very Though Of You. A5 Blue Evening.

Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Moonlight SerenadePerfidia 04:06. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Sun Valley Jump 02:54. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Rhapsody in Blue 02:56. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Always in My Heart 03:04. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Lamplighter Serenade 02:50. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Devil May Care 03:01. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Bugle Call Rag 02:22. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Chatanooga Choo Choo 03:04. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - American Patrol 03:41. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Glenn Island Special 02:54. Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - Chattanooga Choo Choo 03:30. Glenn Miller - In the Mood 03:34. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Rainbow Rapsody 02:34.

Glenn Miller and His Orchestra was an American swing dance band formed by Glenn Miller in 1938. Arranged around a clarinet and tenor saxophone playing melody, and three other saxophones playing harmony, the band became the most popular and commercially successful dance orchestra of the Swing era and one of the greatest singles charting acts of the 20th century.

Glenn Miller and His Orchestra Vinyl 12" (New).

The Glenn Miller band, fresh off of its triumphs at the Glen Island Casino and Meadowbrook ballrooms-dance meccas and live-broadcasting plums for any up-and-coming bandleader in the late 30s-was picked in the Fall of 1939 to replace Paul Whiteman's orchestra as Liggett & Myers choice to headline their Chesterfield radio serial. As before, the safety tapes made by RCA in the early 60s of all the Miller estate's broadcast material are the source for the tunes presented. Quality varies, depending on the condition of the original 78 rpm recording disc, many of which were of the fragile glass-cored/ acetate-covered variety.

This 13-CD set (which is enclosed in an attractive and compact black box) completely reissues the contents of the nine double-LP series of the same name, all 277 studio recordings (including 20 alternate takes placed on the 13th disc) that were made by Glenn Miller's extremely popular orchestra

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A1 The Woodpecker Song
Solo Vocal – Marion Hutton
A2 Sweet And Lovely
A3 Sierra Blue
Solo Vocal – Ray Eberle
A4 The Very Though Of You
A5 Blue Evening
A6 Tiger Rag
B1 Midnight Of The Nile
B2 Shadows On The Sand
Solo Vocal – Ray Eberle
B3 Fresh As A Daisy
Saxophone – Tex BenekeVocals – Jack Lathrop, Marion Hutton, The Modernaires
B4 Yesterthoughts
Solo Vocal – Ray Eberle
B5 Solid As A Stonewall Jackson
B6 Isn't That Just Like Love
Solo Vocal – Jack Lathrop
B7 I Dreamt I Dwelt In Harlem
B8 Slumber Song
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