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Anchors Aweight - Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - Glenn Miller Concert Vol. 2 (Vinyl)

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  1. Find The Glenn Miller Orchestra credit information on AllMusic. The Rarely Heard Live Recordings of Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Vol. 2: Fresh as a Daisy: The Glenn Miller Orchestra: The Carnegie Hall Concert: Glenn Miller: Performer, Primary Artist: The Flapper Box.

  2. Dec 01,  · Glenn Miller and His Orchestra: Limited Edition Volume 2, a Compilation of songs by Glenn Miller. Released in on RCA Victor (catalog no. EPOT ; Vinyl 7")/5(3).

  3. Jun 05,  · How Vinyl Records Are Made - Duration: Anna Fitzgerald Recommended for you. Anchors Aweigh Glenn MIller and his Orchestra - Duration: Lesley Charles 3, views.

  4. Here is the Glenn Miller Orchestra’s take on the US Navy song “Anchors Aweigh”. It’s up-tempo and bouncy, with a driving rhythmic feel. Alto 1 doubles Clarinet (and takes the Clarinet solo). Trumpet 2 has an ad-lib solo too and the chart finishes up with a rousing shout chorus.

  5. Alton Glenn Miller was born in Clarinda, Iowa on March 1, He started his musical career when his father brought home a mandolin. As soon as possible, he traded the instrument for an old horn, which he practiced diligently. During the late s and early s, Miller managed to earn a living working as a freelance trombonist in several.

  6. Anchors Aweigh Written By at Glenn Miller's order for his own private use, during the winter of , when the Miller band was at the height of its virtuosity." H. from the musical production "The Merry Widow" Glenn Miller And His Orchestra: Glenn Miller Concert.

  7. Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - Glenn Miller Concert Vol. 1 - RCA Victor - USA () Previous by Artist Pete Johnson And Albert Ammons - 8 To The Bar - Two Piano Boogie Woogie For Dancing - RCA Victor - USA ().

  8. Feb 05,  · Paul Tanner, one of the last surviving members of the Glenn Miller Orchestra, died February 5 at an assisted-living facility in California, his stepson said.

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