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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).
Shadows on the sand.
Goodbye, little darlin', goodbye.
Goodbye, little darling, goodbye.
Five o'clock whistle.
Beat me daddy, eight to the bar.
Ring telephone ring.
Make believe ballroom time.
You've got me this way.
Nightingale sang in Berkeley Square.
I'd know you anywhere.
Fresh as a daisy.
Isn't that just like love.
Along the Santa Fe Trail.
Do you know why.
Yes, my darling daughter.
|Responsibility:||Glenn Miller and his orchestra.|