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MUSICAL RECORDING
Author Miller, Glenn, 1904-1944.
Title The best of The lost recordings ; and, the secret broadcasts.
Imprint New York : BMG Entertainment, 1998.

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 BLUFFTON CD  CD1150    AVAILABLE  
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 BLUFFTON CD  CD1150    AVAILABLE  
Author Miller, Glenn, 1904-1944.
Subject Big band music.
Popular music -- 1941-1950.
Alt Name American Band of the Allied Expeditionary Forces.
BMG Entertainment (Firm)
Add Title Lost recordings
Secret broadcasts
Description 1 audio disc (69 min.) : digital, monophonic ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in.
Note Title from container.
Compact disc.
Recording information and program notes by Geoffrey Butcher in booklet (14 p. : ill.).
Performer The Army Air Forces Training Command Band and the American Band of the Allied Expeditionary Force under the direction of Captain Glenn Miller.
Credits Compiled by Hugh Palmer ; executive producer, Alan Dell.
Note Recorded March 10-Nov. 27, 1944.
Contents In the mood -- The Army Air Corps song (linking passage) -- The music stopped (Johnny Desmond, vocals) -- Snafu jump -- Summertime -- The victory polka (The Glee Club, vocals) -- Moonlight serenade -- Mission to Moscow -- Oh, what a beautiful mornin' (Johnny Desmond and the Crew Chiefs, vocals) -- Little brown jug -- Caribbean clipper -- Jeanie with the light brown hair -- Beat me daddy, eight to the bar (Ray McKinley, vocals) -- A string of pearls -- Anvil chorus -- Speak low (Johnny Desmond, vocals) -- Tuxedo Junction -- Stealin' apples -- Ilse Weinberger and Major Glenn Miller introduce: Jeep jockey jump -- Poinciana (Johnny Desmond and the Crew Chiefs, vocals) ; Song of the Volga boatmen -- American Patrol.
Publisher # 75605-52290-2 BMG Entertainment
OCLC # 56782686


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