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Glenn Miller – Gold Collection (2001)

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Glenn Miller – Gold Collection (2001)

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CD 1 :
01 In the Mood
02 King Porter Stomp
03 Moonlight Serenade
05 Little Brown Jug
06 Pavanne
07 Over the Rainbow
09 Indian Summer
10 Ciribiribin
11 The Sky Fell Down
12 Stardust							play
13 The Woodpecker
14 Tuxedo Junction
15 Danny Boy
16 Polka Dots and Moonbeams
17 Fools Rush In
18 My Blue Heaven
19 Blueberry Hill
20 Pennsylvania 6-5000

CD 2:
01 Chattanooga Choo Choo
02 Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar
03 Somewhere
04 Frenesi
05 Song of the Volga Boatmen		play
06 Sun Valley Jump
07 A Little Old Church in England
08 Perfidia
09 Don't Cry, Cherie
10 Take the 'A' Train
11 You and I
12 It Happened in Sun Valley
13 The Kiss Polka
14 Delilah
15 Ev'rything I Love
16 A String of Pearls
17 Slumber Song
18 Elmer's Tune
19 White Cliffs of Dover
20 Moonlight Sonata

Glenn Miller/Glenn Miller & His Orchestra: 
Mel Powell (guitar); Peanuts Hucko (bass clarinet); Jimmy Priddy (alto saxophone, trumpet, French horn); Addison Collins Jr. (alto saxophone); Hank Freeman, Freddy Guerra (tenor saxophone); 
Jack Ferrier, Vince Carbone (baritone saxophone); Johnny Halliburton, Jim Harwood , Larry Hall (French horn); Ray McKinley (trombone, background vocals); Whitey Thomas, Zeke Zarchy,
 Bernie Privin, Bobby Nichols, Nack Steele (trombone); Chuck Gentry (piano); Carmen Mastren (bass instrument); Trigger Alpert (drums).


The Glenn Miller Orchestra was originally formed in 1938 by Glenn Miller. It was arranged around a clarinet and tenor saxophone playing melody, while three other saxophones played the harmony. Miller had already formed one band before this in 1936, but dissolved it as he considered it too similar to other bands of the era.

The new band became very popular and recorded a number of chart successes — among these were the ever-popular, "Moonlight Serenade", "In the Mood", "Tuxedo Junction", "Chattanooga Choo Choo" and "(I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo."

After the disappearance (and presumed death) of Miller in 1944, the band was reconstituted under the direction of Tex Beneke, its lead tenor saxophonist, singer, and one of Miller's longtime close friends. A few years later, the Miller estate, having parted ways with Beneke, hired Ray McKinley, principal drummer in Miller's Army Air Force band, to organize a new "ghost band" in 1956.

Hollywood contributed to the band's immortality and that of its founder and original members with the 1953 release of The Glenn Miller Story on the big screen. Its popularity garnered award nominations and box office success, as well as top hit status for its soundtrack album in 1954.

The Glenn Miller Orchestra continued to record and perform under various leaders starting in 1956 and is still touring today. Currently trombonist Gary Tole leads the touring band.


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