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Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - The Race To Beat The Recording Ban

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Number of Discs
1
Release Date
04/21/2009
Artist
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
Sounds of Yesteryear

In June 1942, the #1 band in the world was making four studio recordings a month. In mid-July, Miller stepped it up to four a day as the recording-ban date (August 1) approached. Here are the hits American Patrol; Sweet Eloise, and (I've Got a Gal in) Kalamazoo plus Soldier Let Me Read Your Letter; the Sleep Song, and more.

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1) American Patrol
2) Soldier Let Me Read Your Letter
3) The Sleep Song
4) Sweet Eloise
5) (I've Got a Girl in) Kalamazoo
6) Serenade in Blue
7) At Last
8) Lullaby of the Rain
9) Knit One Purl Two
10) That's Sabotage
11) Conchita Marquita Lolita Pepita Rosita Juanita Lopez
12) The Humming Bird
13) Yesterdays Gardenias
14) Dearly Beloved
15) Moonlight Mood
16) Caribbean Clipper
17) Here We Go Again
18) That Old Black Magic
19) Moonlight Becomes You
20) Juke Box Saturday Night
21) It Must Be Jelly
22) I'm Old Fashioned
23) A Pink Cocktail for a Blue Lady
24) Rainbow Rhapsody
25) Sleepy Town Train
26) Rhapsody in Blue

Album
The Race To Beat The Recording Ban
Main Format
CD
Keyword Index
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