The tracks are unissued, and many of the songs have never appeared in a live setting before! Includes Moonlight Serenade; Little Brown Jug; (Why Couldn’t It Be) Last Night; On a Little Street to Singapore; [More]
Track listing: A1 Anchors Aweigh 0:00 A2 My Buddy 1:58 A3 I Got Rhythm 4:30 A4 I Dream Of Jeanie With The Light Brown Hair 8:08 A5 Sleepy Lagoon 10:07 A6 Moonlight Sonata 12:21 B1 [More]
“”In the Mood” is a popular big band-era No. 1 hit recorded by American bandleader Glenn Miller. It topped the charts for 13 straight weeks in 1940 in the U.S. and one year later was [More]
DeFranco began his professional career just as swing music and big bands — many of which were led by clarinetists like Artie Shaw, Benny Goodman and Woody Herman — were fading in popularity. While most [More]
Track listing: A1 Don’t Be That Way 0:00 A2 I’m Thrilled 3:55 A3 Whistle Stop 7:29 A4 Hallelujah, I Just Love Her So 12:16 A5 Mine 15:26 A6 Anything Goes 18:45 B1 I Almost Lost [More]
2 broadcasts from The Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. 1st is from 21/12/40 and the 2nd is from the following Saturday 28/12/40. “The tіtlе of Chrіѕtmаѕ Tіmе аt Cаfе Rouge, 1940 is ѕоmеthіng [More]
The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert is a live album by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. It documents a live concert recorded in Carnegie Hall in 1939. The album was released by RCA Victor in [More]
Track listing: 1.) Medley 0:00 My Melancholy Baby Moon Love Stompin’ At The Savoy Blue Moon 2.) Medley 4:06 Long, Long Ago The Music Stopped The Dipsey Doodle Wabash Blues 3.) Medley 11:45 I Dream [More]
Glenn Miller was an American bandleader, trombonist, composer and arranger, who left his mark on jazz during the swing era. His band entertained US troops in Europe during the war. The Glenn Miller Orchestra is [More]
Starlit Hour (Mitchell Parish-Peter DeRose) by Glenn Miller & his Orchestra, vocal by Ray Eberle. The final (1940) edition of the “Earl Carroll’s Vanities” musical revue survived only 25 performances on Broadway. Though it boasted [More]