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.
Pure Gold (Glenn Miller album). Pure Gold is a 1975 compilation album of studio recordings by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra released by RCA Records. The album contained ten RCA Victor studio recordings from 1939 to 1942 all originally released as 78 RPM records on the RCA Bluebird and Victor labels. The album was certified Gold by the RIAA. The album was certified Gold in the . by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on July 25, 1984.
Miller thoroughly dominated . record sales from early 1939 until late 1942, at which time he joined the army air force, disbanded his group and, two years later, died when his plane crashed into the English Channel. But what a few years he had. The list of big band classics associated with Miller is astounding. Signed to Bluebird Records, he reeled out one Top Ten hit after the next, many of them reaching number one and becoming indelibly associated with the era.
Managed by CMG Worldwide, authorized representative of the Glenn Miller Estate. com/watch?v se7oa8c6WYA. Glenn Miller - In the Mood (Audio). Music video by Glenn Miller performing In the Mood (audio). It's all in what you define as 'real jazz. It happens that to our ears harmony comes first. A dozen colored bands have a better beat than mine.
Alton Glenn Miller was born in Clarinda, Iowa on March 1, 1904. But it was in North Platte, Nebraska, several years later that Glenn actually got his musical start when, one day, his father brought home a mandolin. Glenn promptly traded it for an old battered horn, which he practiced every chance he got. In fact his mother worried, It got to where Pop and I used to wonder if he’d ever amount to anything. In 1923, Miller entered the University of Colorado, although he spent more time traveling to auditions and playing where and whenever he could
|A3||It Happened In Sun Valley|
|A4||I've Got A Girl In Kalamazoo|
|A5||I Know Why And So Do You|
|A6||Measure For Measure|
|A7||In The Mood|
|A8||People Like You And Me|
|B1||Chattanooga Choo Choo|
|B2||Sun Valley Jump|
|B5||Bugle Call Rag|
|B6||The Spirit Is Willing|
|B8||You Say The Sweetest Things, Baby|
|B9||Serenade In Blue|
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