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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Glenn Miller; Ray Eberle; Jack Lathrop; Marion Hutton; Tex Beneke; Modernaires (Musical group); Glenn Miller Orchestra.
|Notes:||Big band music, in part with vocals.
Contains previously released material.
Biographical notes including listing of personnel on container.
Program notes on container by Alan Dell.
|Performer(s):||Glenn Miller, leader and trombone ; and his orchestra ; vocals by Ray Eberle, Jack Lathrop, Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke, and the Four Modernaires.|
|Event notes:||Recorded between Sept. 3, 1940 and Nov. 14, 1940 in New York City.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Yesterthoughts (Adams, Herbert) --
Falling leaves (David, Carle) --
Shadows on the sand (Adams, Gross) --
Goodbye, little darling (Marvin, Autry) --
Five o'clock whistle (Gannon, Myrow, Irwin) --
Beat me daddy, eight to the bar (Raye, Prince, Sheehy) --
Ring telephone ring (Ram, Tinturin) --
Make believe ballroom time (Block, Green, Stoner) --
You've got me this way (Mercer, McHugh) --
A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square (Maschwitz, Sherwin) --
I'd know you anywhere (Mercer, McHugh) --
Fresh as a daisy (Porter) --
Isn't that just like love (Burke, Van Heusen) --
Along the Santa Fe Trail (Coolidge, Grosz) --
Do you know why (Burke, Van Heusen) --
Somewhere (Latouche, DeRose) --
Yes, my darling daughter (Lawrence).
|Responsibility:||Glenn Miller and his orchestra.|