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Glenn Miller Plays Selections From the Film "The Glenn Miller Story" is a 1954 compilation album by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. The collection contained songs featured in the 1954 nal film The Glenn Miller Story starring James Stewart and June Allyson. It was the first Glenn Miller album to be certified Gold in the .
The collection contained songs featured in the 1954 nal film The Glenn Miller Story starring James Stewart and June Allyson. The 1954 10" album Glenn Miller Plays Selections from the film "The Glenn Miller Story" was number one for 11 weeks on the Billboard albums chart in 1954, released as RCA Victor LPT 3057, a 33 and a third RPM vinyl LP album Track listing. The contents of the album were: "Moonlight Serenade" - (Glenn Miller).
The Glenn Miller Story. The Jimmy Stewart Museum. 50+ видео Воспроизвести все. Воспроизвести. Микс – The Glenn Miller StoryYouTube.
Glenn Miller's rise to fame and the tragedy that took him from us at the height of his career makes for a wonderfully entertaining film. This film is rich because of the wonderful performances of James Stewart as the band leader and June Allyson, the latter was just made for the picture. She captures the depth of a devoted wife and we all can just cry with her when her happiness was ended so suddenly. Naturally, the supporting cast of musicians and scenes with Frances Langford, Louis Armstrong.
Glenn Miller (Author) Format: Vinyl. The last five tracks on Side Two of this LP are radio band remotes. Trumpet man Billy May and Tex's sax are featured on "Boulder Buff.
Alton Glenn Miller was an American big-band trombonist, arranger, composer, and bandleader in the swing era. He was the best-selling recording artist from 1939 to 1943, leading one of the best-known big bands. The song was released as a 78 single by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra on Brunswick. Doin' the Jive was recorded for Brunswick on November 29, 1937, and released as Brunswick 8063 backed with "Humoresque" and a. elease on Conqueror Records, 1938.
Glenn Miller And The Andrews Sisters: The Chesterfield Broadcasts - Glenn Miller. The Glenn Miller Story Vol. 17-18 - Glenn Miller. Night Club: 100 Hits - Glenn Miller, Tino Cocco.