Glenn Miller And His Orchestra ‎– Glenn Miller

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RCA ‎– RPX 1339
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, EP, Mono
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A1 Elmer's Tune
Bass – Doc GoldbergDrums – Maurice PurtillGuitar – Bobby HackettPiano – J. C. MacGregor*Saxophone – Ernie Caceres, Hal McIntyre, Tex Beneke, Wilbur SchwartzTrombone – Frank D'Annolfo, Glenn Miller, Jim Priddy*, Paul TannerTrumpet – Alec Fila, Billy May, R. D. McMickle*, John BestVocals – Ray Eberle & The ModernairesWritten-By – Dick Jurgens, Elmer Albrecht, Sammy Gallop
A2 Moonlight Cocktail
Bass – Doc GoldbergDrums – Maurice PurtillGuitar – Bobby HackettPiano – J. C. MacGregor*Saxophone – Al Klink, Ernie Caceres, Lloyd Martin, Tex Beneke, Wilbur SchwartzTrombone – Frank D'Annolfo, Glenn Miller, Jim Priddy*, Paul TannerTrumpet – Billy May, R. D. McMickle*, John Best, Zeke Zarchey*Vocals – Ray Eberle & The ModernairesWritten-By – Kim Gannon, Charles Luckeyth Roberts*
B1 Johnson Rag
Bass – Rowland Bundock*Drums – Maurice PurtillGuitar – Richard FisherPiano – J. C. MacGregor*Saxophone – Al Klink, Hal McIntyre, Jimmy Abato, Tex Beneke, Wilbur SchwartzTrombone – Al Mastren, Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Tommy Mack (2)Trumpet – Clyde Hurley, R. D. McMickle*, John Best, Lee Knowles*Written-By – Guy Hall, Henry Kleinkauf
B2 Missouri Waltz
Bass – Rowland Bundock*Drums – Maurice PurtillGuitar – Richard FisherPiano – J. C. MacGregor*Saxophone – Al Klink, Hal McIntyre, Jimmy Abato, Tex Beneke, Wilbur SchwartzTrombone – Al Mastren, Frank D'Annolfo, Glenn Miller, Paul TannerTrumpet – Clyde Hurley, R. D. McMickle*, John Best, Lee Knowles*Written-By – F. K. Logan*, J. R. Shannon*

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© by Radio Corporation of America, 1957.
A1 New York August 1. 1941
A2 New York December 8, 1941
B1 New York November 5, 1939
B2 New York January 15, 1940
EP Belong To The RCA, RCA Victor Gold Standard Series

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