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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Jazz; Popular music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Glenn Miller; Ray Eberle; Tex Beneke; Dorothy Claire; Paula Kelly; Modernaires (Musical group)
|Performer(s):||Popular music; Glenn Miller and his orchestra ; vocals by Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke, the Modernaires, Dorothy Claire, and Paula Kelly.|
|Event notes:||All selections recorded in New York 5/7/41, 5/20/41, 5/28/41.|
|Description:||2 audio discs (98 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||You are the one --
Anvil chrous --
The mem'ry of a rose --
I do, do you? (Do you believe in love) --
Chapel in the valley --
Praireland lullaby --
Ida sweet as apple cider --
Song of the Volga boatmen --
The one I love (belongs to somebodyelse) --
You stepped out of a dream --
I dreamt I dwelt in Harlem --
Sun valley jump --
When that man is dead and gone --
The spirit is willing --
A little old church in England --
It's always you --
Spring will be so sad (when she comes this year) --
The airminded executive --
Below the equator --
Boulder buff --
The booglie wooglie piggy --Chattanooga choo choo --
I know why --
Don't cry Cherie --
The cradle song --Sweeter than the sweetest --
I guess I'll have to dream the rest --
Take the "A" Train --
Peekaboo to you.
|Other Titles:||You are the one.
Mem'ry of a rose.
I do, do you? (Do you believe in love)
Chapel in the valley.
Ida sweet as apple cider.
Song of the Volga boatmen.
One I love (belongs to somebodyelse)
You stepped out of a dream.
I dreamt I dwelt in Harlem.
Sun valley jump.
When that man is dead and gone.
Spirit is willing.
Little old church in England.
It's always you.
Spring will be so sad (when she comes this year)
Below the equator.
Booglie wooglie piggy.
Chattanooga choo choo.
I know why.