Glenn Miller And His Orchestra ‎– Glenn Miller Plays Selections From "The Glenn Miller Story" And Other Hits

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RCA Victor ‎– LPM-1192
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Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Moonlight Serenade
Written-By – Glenn Miller
A2 American Patrol
Written-By – Meacham*, J. Gray*
A3 PEnnsylvania Six-Five Thousand
Written-By – Carl SIgman, Jerry Gray
A4 In The Mood
Saxophone [Tenor, Solo] – Al Klink, Tex BenekeWritten-By – Joe Garland
A5 (I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo
Vocals – Marion Hutton & The ModernairesVocals, Whistling – Tex BenekeWritten-By – Harry Warren (2), Mack Gordon
A6 Boulder Buff
Saxophone [Tenor, Solo] – Beneke*Trumpet [Solo] – Billy MayWritten-By – Novello*, Norman*
B1 Tuxedo Junction
Written-By – Hawkins*, Dash*, Johnson*
B2 St. Louis Blues
Written-By – W. C. Handy
B3 String Of Pearls
Saxophone [Tenor, Solo] – Klink*, Beneke*Trumpet – Bobby HackettWritten-By – De Lange*, Gray*
B4 Little Brown Jug
Written-By – Traditional
B5 Farewell Blues
Written-By – Schoebel*, Roppolo*, Mares*
B6 King Porter Stomp
Saxophone [Tenor, Solo] – Al Klink, Tex BenekeTrumpet [Solo] – Clyde HurleyWritten-By – Morton*

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Dates:
Moonlight Serenade (recorded April 4, 1939)
American Patrol (from broadcast of April 23, 1942)
Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand (recorded April 28, 1940)
In The Mood (recorded Auguest 1, 1939)
(I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo (no date given)
Boulder Buff (recorded May 7, 1941)
Tuxedo Junction (recorded February 5, 1940)
St. Louis Blues (no date given)
String Of Pearls (from broadcast of May 5, 1942)
Little Brown Jug (from broadcast of June 2, 1940)
Farewell Blues (from broadcast of August 28, 1940)
King Porter Stomp (from broadcast of March 12, 1940)

Cat# Front Cover & Spine: LPM-1192
Cat# Record & Back: LPM 1192
Made/printed in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: F2PP-7473 X
  • Matrix / Runout: F2PP-7474 X

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