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Moonlight Serenade 4 CDs, Glenn Miller
Moonlight Serenade 4 CDs, Glenn Miller


914 425    Glenn Miller


Moonlight Serenade 4 CDs


Runnin' wild, sunrise, Little brown jug, In the mood, Pennsylvania 5-6000, St. Louis, Take the 'A' train u.v.a.


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CD 1

1. Theme-Introduction (Miller)
2. Runnin’ Wild (Wood – Gibbs – Grey)
3. Sunrise Serenade (Carle – Lawrence)
4. Little Brown Jug (J. E. Winner)
5. Stairway To The Stars (Malneck - Parish - Signorelli) Ray Eberle (vcl)
6. To You (Miller) Ray Eberle (vcl)
7. One O'Clock Jump (Basie)
8. Londonderry Air [Danny Boy] (Trad. arr. Miller)
9. The Jumpin' Jive (Calloway – Froeba – Palmer) Marion Hutton (vcl)
10. F.D.R. Jones (Rome) Marion Hutton (vcl)
11. Hold Tight (Bechet – Ware – Robinson – Spotswood – Smith) Marion Hutton (vcl)
12. In The Mood (J. Garland)
13. Bugle Call Rag (Pettis – Meyers – Schoebel) / Moonlight Serenade
(G. Miller – M. Parish) (Theme)
14. Give a Little Whistle (Harline – Washington)
15. Beautiful Ohio (Earl – McDonald)
16. Say "Si Si" (Para Vigo Me Voy) (Lecuona - Lubin - Stillman)
17. Star Dust (Carmichael – Parish)
18. My Melancholy Baby (Burnett – Norton)
19. Let’s All Sing Together (Keesman – DeRocca – Audino)
20. Sweet Potato Piper (Burke – Monaco)
21. The Woodpecker Song (Lazzaro – Adamson)


CD 2

1. Moonlight Serenade (Miller – Parish)
2. Sunrise Serenade (Carle – Lawrence)
3. Little Brown Jug (J. E. Winner)
4. Hallelujah (Youmans – Robin – Grey)
5. The Jumpin' Jive (Calloway – Froeba – Palmer)
6. In The Mood (Razaf – Garland)
7. Farewell Blues (Schoebel – Mares – Rappolo)
8. Johnson Rag (Kleinkauf – Hall)
9. My Melancholy Baby (Burnett – Norton)
10. Tuxedo Junction (Johnson – Dash – Hawkins)
11. Pennsylvania 5-6000 (Sigman – Gray)
12. Anvil Chorus (Verdi – arr. Gray)
13. Under A Blanket Of Blue (Miller – Parish)
14. Song Of The Volga Boatmen (Trad. arr. Finnegan)
15. Sun Valley Jump (Gray)
16. Perfidia (Leeds – Dominguez)
17. Chattanooga Choo Choo (Gordon – Warren)
18. A String Of Pearls (Gray)
19. American Patrol (Meacham)
20. I’ve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo (Gordon – Warren)
21. Serenade In Blue (Warren – Gordon)
22. St. Louis Blues (Handy)


CD 3

1. Make Believe Ballroom Time (M. Block – H. Green – M. Stoner)
2. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (E. Maschwitz – M. Sherwin)
3. Frenesi (R. Charles - S. K. Russell – A. Dominguez)
4. Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider (E. Leonard)
5. Song Of The Volga Boatmen
6. It’s Always You (J. Burke – J. Van Heusen)
7. Below The Equator (C. Tobias – C. Friend)
8. Boulder Buff (E. Novello – F. Norman)
9. I Know Why (M. Gordon – H. Warren)
10. The Booglie Wooglie Piggy (R. Jacobs)
11. I Guess I’ll Have To Dream The Rest (M. Stoner – M. Block – H. Green)
12. Sweeter Than The Sweetest (N. Lawrence – W. Smith)
13. Peekaboo To You (J. Mercer – C. Sigman – J. Meyer)
14. Adios (E. Woods – E. Madriguera)
15. It Happened In Sun Valley (M. Gordon – H. Warren)
16. Delilah (J. Shirl – H. Manners)
17. Elmer’s Tune (E. Albrecht – S. Gallop – D. Jurgens)
18. Happy In Love (J. Yellen – S. E. Fain)
19. Moonlight Cocktail (K. Gannon – L. Roberts)
20. Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree (L. Brown – C. Tobias – S. Stept)
21. The Lamplighter’s Serenade (F. Webster – H. Carmichael)
22. When Johnny Comes Marching Home (P. Gilmore)
23. Sweet Eloise (H. Tobias – D. Reid)
24. Juke Box Saturday Night (A. Stillman – P. McGrane)
25. Rainbow Rhapsody (B. Carter)
26. Sleepy Town Train (A. Roberts – B. Fontaine)


CD 4
1. King Porter Stomp (Morton)
2. Runnin’ Wild (Wood – Gibbs – Grey)
3. Sold America (G. Miller – C. McGregor)
4. Pagan Love Song (A. Freed – H. Brown)
5. Glen Island Special (E. Durham)
6. Wham (Re-Bop-Boom-Bam)(E. Durham – T. Miller)
7. I Want To Be Happy (Youmans – Caesar)
8. My Isle Of Golden Dreams (W. Blaufuss – G. Kahn)
9. Johnson Rag (G. Hall – H. Kleinkauf)
10. Rug Cutter’s Swing (Henderson – Finnegan)
11. Hallelujah (Youmans – Robin – Grey)
12. Slow Freight (B. Ram - L. Fien – I. Mills)
13. Bugle Call Rag (Pettis – Meyers – Schoebel)
14. My Blue Heaven (Donaldson – Mercer)
15. What’s Your Story Morning Glory (M. Williams – L. Webster)
16. I Dreamt I Dwelt In Harlem (R. Wright – B. Smith – L. Ware)
17. Sun Valley Jump (J. Gray)
18. When That Man Is Dead And Gone (I. Berlin)
19. The Spirit Is Willing (J. Gray)
20. Take The “A” Train (Strayhorn)
21. Swing Low Sweet Chariot (Trad.)
22. Long Tall Mama (A. May)
23. Keep ‘Em Flying (J. Gray)
24. Chip Off The Old Block (A. Young)
25. Blues In The Night (A. Arlen – J. Mercer)
26. Here We Go Again (J. Gray)

CD 1

Theme-Introduction
Runnin’ Wild
Sunrise Serenade
Little Brown Jug
Stairway To The Stars
To You
One O'Clock Jump
Londonderry Air [Danny Boy]
The Jumpin' Jive
F.D.R. Jones
Hold Tight
In The Mood
Bugle Call Rag / Moonlight Serenade
Concert "Carnegie Hall", New York, October 6, 1939
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller (tb)(arr), Paul Tanner, Al Mastren, Tommy Mack (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as)(arr), Jimmy Abato (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts)(vcl), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton (vcl), Joe Lippman, Charlie Dixon, E.G. Eberhard (arr)

Give a Little Whistle
Beautiful Ohio
New York, January 15, 1940
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller (tb)(arr), Paul Tanner, Al Mastren, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as)(arr), Jimmy Abato (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Marion Hutton (vcl)

Say "Si Si" (Para Vigo Me Voy)
New York, January 26, 1940
Same.

Star Dust
My Melancholy Baby
Let’s All Sing Together
New York, January 29, 1940
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller (tb)(arr), Paul Tanner, Howard Gibeling, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as)(arr), Jimmy Abato (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts)(vcl), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Bill Finegan (arr)

Sweet Potato Piper
New York, February 5, 1940
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Frank D'Annolfo, Tommy Mack (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Jimmy Abato (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Marion Hutton (vcl), Bill Finegan (arr)

The Woodpecker Song
New York, January 29, 1940
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra:
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Howard Gibeling, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Jimmy Abato (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Marion Hutton (vcl)


CD 2

Moonlight Serenade
New York, April 4, 1939
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Leigh Knowles, Bob Price, Dale "Mickey" McMickle (tp), Glenn Miller (tb)(arr), Paul Tanner, Al Mastren (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Stanley Aronson (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Allen Reuss (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Frank Carlson (d)

Sunrise Serenade
Little Brown Jug
April 10, 1939
Murtice Purtill (d) replaces Frank Carlson. Rest same.

Hallelujah
New Rochelle, NY, May 29, 1939
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Al Mastren (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as) Gabe Gelinas (as)(bar,) Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p), Arthur Ens (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d)

The Jumpin' Jive
New Rochelle, NY, July 20, 1939
Harold Tennyson (as) (bar) and Richard Fisher (g) replace Gabriel Gelinas and Arthur Ens. Rest Same.

In The Mood
Farewell Blues
August 1, 1939
Same.

Johnson Rag
New York, November 5, 1939
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Al Mastren (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Jimmy Abato (as)(bar), Tex Beneke, Al Klink (ts) Chummy MacGregor (p), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d)

My Melancholy Baby
New York, January 29, 1940
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller (tb)(arr), Paul Tanner, Howard Gibeling, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Jimmy Abato (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts)(vcl), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Bill Finegan (arr)

Tuxedo Junction
February 5, 1940
Tommy Mack (tb) replaces Howard Gibeling. Rest same.

Pennsylvania 5-6000
New York, April 27, 1940
Zeke Zarchey (tp), Jimmy Priddy (tb), Ernie Caceres (as) (bar) and Jack Lathrop (g) replace Dale McMickle, Tommy Mack, Jimmy Abato and Richard Fisher. Rest same.

Anvil Chorus
New York, December 13, 1940
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d)

Under A Blanket Of Blue
December 19, 1940
Charles Frankhauser (tp) replaces Billy May. Rest same.

Song Of The Volga Boatmen
Sun Valley Jump
January 17, 1940
Billy May (tp) replaces Charles Frankhauser. Rest same.

Perfidia
New York, February 19, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Dorothy Clare and The Modernaires (vcl)

Chattanooga Choo Choo
New York, May 7, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Tex Beneke and The Modernaires (vcl)

A String Of Pearls
New York, November 3, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Alec Fila, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp), Bobby Hackett (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Tex Beneke (as), Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (cl)(as)(bar), Babe Russin, Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Doc Goldberg (b) Maurice Purtill (d), (vcl) Jerry Gray (arr)

American Patrol
Hollywood, April 2, 1942
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra:
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Steve Lipkins, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Skippy Martin (as), Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (cl)(as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Bill Conway (g), Doc Goldberg (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Jerry Gray (arr)

I’ve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo
Marion Hutton and The Modernaires (vcl) added. Rest same.

Serenade In Blue
May 20, 1942
Ray Eberle (vcl). Rest Same.

St. Louis Blues
July 1944
Glenn Miller and The Army Air Force Band: Zeke Zarchey, Whitey Thomas, Jack Steele, Bobby Nichols, Bernie Privin (tp), Jimmy Priddy, James Harwood, John Halliburton, Larry Hall (tb), Hank Freeman, Peanuts Hucko (as)(cl), Jack Ferrier, Vinnie Carbone (ts) Freddie Guerra (bar)(as), Chuck Gentry (cl)(bar), Allison Collins (frh), Mel Powell (p), Carmen Mastren (g) Trigger Alpert (b) Ray McKinley (d)


CD 3

Make Believe Ballroom Time
New York, October 11, 1940
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra:
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Charles Frankhauser, Zeke Zarchey, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p)(arr), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d), The Modernaires (vcl) : Chuck Goldstein, Bill Conway, Spooky Dickinson, Ralph Brewster

A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
New York, October 11, 1940
Bill Finnegan (arr), Ray Eberle (vcl). Rest same.

Frenesi
Glenn Miller & Frenesi
New York, December 13, 1940
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp)(arr), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d)

Ida! Sweet As Apple Cider
New York, January 17, 1941
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp)(arr), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts)(vcl), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d)

Song Of The Volga Boatmen
New York, January 17, 1941
Bill Finnegan (arr). Rest same.

It’s Always You
New York, February 20, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Ray Eberle (vcl)

Below The Equator
New York, February 20, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp)(arr), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Ray Eberle, The Modernaires (vcl)

Boulder Buff
Hollywood, May 7, 1941
Fred Norman (arr). Rest same.

I Know Why
Hollywood, May 7, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best, Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Paula Kelly, The Modernaires (vcl) Bill Finegan, Jerry Gray (arr)

The Booglie Wooglie Piggy
Hollywood, May 7, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best, Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Paula Kelly, The Modernaires (vcl), Jerry Gray (arr)

I Guess I’ll Have To Dream The Rest
Hollywood, May 28, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best, Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Bill Conway (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Ray Eberle, The Modernaires (vcl)

Sweeter Than The Sweetest
Hollywood, May 20, 1941
Paula Kelly (vcl) replaces Ray Eberle, Billy May (arr). Rest same.

Peekaboo To You
Hollywood, May 28, 1941
Jerry Gray (arr). Rest same.

Adios
Chicago, June 25, 1941
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra:
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best, Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Warren Smith (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Bill Conway (g), Doc Goldberg (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Jerry Gray (arr)

It Happened In Sun Valley
New York, August 11, 1941
Paul Kelly, Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires (vcl). Rest same.

Delilah
New York, August 11, 1941
Billy May (arr), Tex Beneke and The Modernaires (vcl). Rest same.

Elmer’s Tune
New York, August 11, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Alec Fila, John Best, Billy May (tp), Bobby Hackett (tp)(g), Glenn Miller (tb), Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Bill Conway (g), Doc Goldberg (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Ray Eberle, The Modernaires (vcl), Jerry Gray (arr)

Happy In Love
New York, December 8, 1941
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best, Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Skippy Martin (as), Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (cl)(as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Bobby Hackett (g)(tp), Bill Conway (g), Doc Goldberg (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Marion Hutton (vcl), Jerry Gray (arr)

Moonlight Cocktail
New York, December 8, 1941
Ray Eberle, The Modernaires (vcl)
Rest same.

Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree
New York, February 18, 1942
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Steve Lipkins, John Best, Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Skippy Martin (as), Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (cl)(as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts)(vcl), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Bobby Hackett (g)(tp), Bill Conway (g), Doc Goldberg (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Marion Hutton, The Modernaires (vcl), Jerry Gray (arr)

The Lamplighter’s Serenade
New York, February 18, 1942
Ray Eberle, The Modernaires (vcl)
Rest same.

When Johnny Comes Marching Home
New York, February 18, 1942
Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton, The Modernaires (vcl), Bill Finnegan (arr)
Rest same.

Sweet Eloise
New York, April 30, 1942
Ray Eberle, The Modernaires (vcl), Jerry Gray (arr)
Rest same.

Juke Box Saturday Night
Chicago, July 15, 1942
Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke, The Modernaires (vcl), Jerry Gray (arr)
Rest same.

Rainbow Rhapsody
Sleepy Town Train
Chicago, July 16, 1942
Benny Carter (arr), rest same.


CD 4

King Porter Stomp
New York, September 27, 1938
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Johnny Austin, Bob Price, Louis Mucci (tp), Glenn Miller (tb)(arr), Paul Tanner, Al Mastren (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Stanley Aronson (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Bill Stegmeyer (ts)(as), Chummy MacGregor (p), Rollie Bundock (b), Bob Spangler (d)

Runnin’ Wild
New York, April 18, 1939
Leigh Knowles, Bob Price, Dale "Mickey" McMickle (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Al Mastren (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Stanley Aronson (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Rollie Bundock (b), Moe Purtill (d), Bill Finegan (arr)

Sliphorn Jive
New York, June 2, 1939
Leigh Knowles, Bob Price, Dale "Mickey" McMickle (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Al Mastren (tb), Hal McIntyre (as), Gabe Gelinas (as)(bar), Stanley Aronson (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Richard Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Moe Purtill (d), Bill Finegan (arr)

Sold America
Pagan Love Song
New York, June 27, 1939
Hal Tennyson (as) (bar) replaces Gelinas, rest same.

Glen Island Special
New York, July 27, 1939
Same.

Wham (Re-Bop-Boom-Bam)
New York, August 1, 1939
Marion Hutton (vcl), rest same.

I Want To Be Happy
New York, August 1, 1939
Omit Marion Hutton (vcl), rest same.

My Isle Of Golden Dreams
New York, July 26, 1939
Same.

Johnson Rag
New York, November 5, 1939
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Al Mastren (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Jimmy Abato (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d)

Rug Cutter’s Swing
Hallelujah
New York, January 1, 1940
Howard Gibeling, Frank D’Annolfo (tb) replace Mack and Mastren, rest same.

Slow Freight
New York, March 31, 1940
Leigh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Dick Fisher (g), Rollie Bundock (b), Maurice Purtill (d)

Bugle Call Rag
My Blue Heaven
New York, April 4, 1940
Yeke Zarchey (tp) and Jack Lathrop (g) replace McMickle and Fisher. Rest same.

What’s Your Story Morning Glory
New York, August 8, 1940
Charles Frankhauser, Dale McMickle (tp) replace Knowley and Hurley, Tex Beneke (voc). Rest same.

I Dreamt I Dwelt In Harlem
Sun Valley Jump
New York, January 17, 1941
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Ray Anthony, John Best, Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Jack Lathrop (g), Trigger Alpert (b), Maurice Purtill (d)

When That Man Is Dead And Gone
The Spirit Is Willing
New York, February 2, 1941
Tex Beneke and The Modernaires (vcl), rest same.

Take The “A” Train
Hollywood, May 28, 1941
Bill Conway (g) replaces Lathrop, rest same.

Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Chicago, June 18, 1941

Long Tall Mama
New York, November 3, 1941
Dale "Mickey" McMickle, Alec Fila, John Best (tp), Billy May (tp)(arr), Bobby Hackett (tp)(g), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Tex Beneke (as), Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as), Ernie Caceres (cl)(as)(bar), Babe Russin, Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Doc Goldberg (b), Maurice Purtill

Keep ‘Em Flying
Chip Off The Old Block
New York, December 8, 1941
Glenn Miller and his Orchestra: Dale "Mickey" McMickle, John Best, Billy May (tp), Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D'Annolfo (tb), Skippy Martin (as), Wilbur Schwartz (cl)(as) Ernie Caceres (cl)(as)(bar), Tex Beneke (ts), Al Klink (ts), Chummy MacGregor (p), Bobby Hackett (g)(tp), Bill Conway (g), Doc Goldberg (b), Maurice Purtill (d), Jerry Gray, (arr)

Blues In The Night
New York, December 18, 1941
Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires (vcl), rest same.

Here We Go Again
Chicago, July 14, 1942
Same.



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