|Performer:||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra|
|Title:||Tuxedo Junction / American Patrol|
|Other format:||MP1 DTS AAC VQF AC3 WAV MP2|
American Patrol" is a popular march written by Frank White (. It incorporates both original musical themes by Meacham and melodies from American patriotic songs of the era such as "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean" and "Dixie. Composed for piano, it was then arranged for wind band and published by Carl Fischer in 1891. RCA Victor 78 reissue, 20-1564-A, by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, as part of the 1945 78 album Glenn Miller. Glenn Miller recorded the song on April 2, 1942 while the band was in Hollywood filming the 20th Century-Fox musical film Orchestra Wives in a big band arrangement by Jerry Gray, where the theme "The Girl I Left Behind" can be also heard as an overlay. The arrangement was published by the Mutual Music Society in New York.
Tuxedo Junction" is a popular song written by Erskine Hawkins, Bill Johnson, Julian Dash with lyrics by Buddy Feyne. The song was introduced by Erskine Hawkins & His Orchestra, a college dance band previously known as the Bama State Collegians. RCA released it in 1939 and it climbed to on the American pop charts. The song was a No. 1 hit for Glenn Miller & His Orchestra in 1940.
This 13-CD set (which is enclosed in an attractive and compact black box) completely reissues the contents of the nine double-LP series of the same name, all 277 studio recordings (including 20 alternate takes placed on the 13th disc) that were made by Glenn Miller's extremely popular orchestra. Julian Dash, Buddy Feyne, Erskine Hawkins, William Johnson.
|PB 9031, VPM 6019||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||Tuxedo Junction / American Patrol (7", Promo)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||PB 9031, VPM 6019||UK||Unknown|