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Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band - Major Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, 1943-44

Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band - Major Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, 1943-44
Performer: Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band
Title: Major Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, 1943-44
Country: US
Genre: Jazz
Style:Big Band, Swing
Released: 1987
Catalog number: 6360-2-RB
Label: RCA
MP3 album szie: 1910 mb
FLAC album size: 1115 mb

Tracklist

1Tail-End Charlie3:12
2There Are Yanks3:22
3Anvil Chorus3:55
4Pearls On Velvet3:35
5Speak Low3:56
6Peggy, The Pin-Up Girl3:42
7Jeep Jockey Jump3:00
8I'll Be Around3:30
9Enlisted Men's Mess2:26
10Poinciana5:06
11People Will Say We're In Love3:10
12There'll Be A Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin2:40
13Oh, What A Beautiful Morning4:16
14Vict'ry Polka2:40
15Everybody Loves My Baby (But My Baby Loves Nobody But Me)2:56
16It Must Be Jelly2:56
17St. Louis Blues March4:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6360-1-RBGlenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band Major Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, 1943-44 ‎(LP, RM)RCA6360-1-RBUS1987
R32J-1074Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band Major Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, 1943-44 ‎(CD, Album, Mono, Promo)RCAR32J-1074Japan1987
ND86360Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band Major Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, 1943-44 ‎(CD, Album, Comp)RCA, BMG MusicND86360Europe1987

Credits

  • Arranged ByDanny Gool, Jerry Gray, Jimmy Jackson , Mel Powell, Norman Leydon, Perry Burgett, Ralph Wilkinson
  • Arranged By, Trombone, ConductorGlenn Miller
  • BassJoe Schulman, Trigger Alpert
  • ClarinetPeanuts Hucko
  • DrumsFrank Ippolito, Ray McKinley
  • GuitarAl Milton, Carmen Mastren
  • PianoJack Russin, Lou Stein, Mel Powell
  • ProducerMichael Brooks
  • ReedsFred Guerra, Hank Freeman, Jack Ferrier, Jack Saunderson, Mannie Thaeler, Vince Carbone
  • Tenor SaxophonePeanuts Hucko
  • TromboneDick Halliburton, Jim Harwood, Jimmy Priddy, Larry Hall , Nat Peck
  • TrumpetBernie Privin, Bobby Nichols, Jack Steele, Steve Steck, Walter Holland , Whitey Thomas, Zeke Zarchy
  • VocalsArthur Malvin, Eugene Steck, Lynn Allison, Murray Kane, Steve Steck

Notes

Originally copied from glass-based 16-inch NBC radio broadcast transcription discs.
The personnel list covers the period from their first broadcast on 17 July 1943, to 22 June 1944. In addition to the listed instruments were a French horn and a 21-piece string section.
Recording dates:
Track 8 - Autumn 1943.
Track 15 - 14 October 1943.
Track 1 - 29 October 1943.
Track 12 - ? December 1943.
Track 17 - 11 December 1943.
Track 6 - 18 December 1943.
Track 10 - 25 December 1943.
Track 9 - 22 January 1944.
Track 4 - 5 February 1944.
Tracks 3, 16 - 12 February 1944.
Tracks 7, 13 - 19 February 1944.
Track 5 - 18 March 1944.
Track 2 - 25 March 1944.
Track 14 - 8 April 1944.
Track 11 - 22 April 1944.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 7863-56360-2
  • Barcode: 07863563602

Short intro

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