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During the two years of its existence, the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band (the greatest orchestra he ever led) performed and recorded frequently, although most of the band's sessions have been difficult to find ever since, as their work was confined to V-Discs and other armed services-related venues.
Glenn Miller and the Army Air Force Band - Sun Valley Jump 02:19. Glenn Miller with the . Army Air Force Band - . Army Air Force Band - Over There 02:04. Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band - A Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin 02:36. Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band - Blues In The Night 02:00. Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band - The .
Welcome to the fan page for Major Glenn Miller and the Army Ai. .The United States Air Force Band. The Maryland Military Band. 29th Infantry Division Archives. The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra. From 1940-42 the Glenn Miller Orchestra played dance frequently on the bottom floor, at the Café Rouge.
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Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Glenn Miller and The Army Air Force Band. In 1942 Glenn received an officer's commission in the U S Army Air Corps and organized a service band, performed at military camps, and hosted a weekly radio series. In 1944, Glenn took his band to Great Britain, performed for the troops and did radio broadcasts. On December 15th, 1944, Glenn Miller boarded a transport plane to Paris, never to be seen again.
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|1||Sun Valley Jump||2:19|
|2||I Got Rythm||3:37|
|3||Rhapsody In Blue||3:00|
|4||My Blue Heaven||1:33|
|5||Long Ago And Far Away
Vocals [Solo] – Johnny Desmond
|6||Oh, What A Wonderful Morning||4:11|
|7||A Tisket A Tasket||1:57|
|8||What Do You Do In The Infantry
Vocals – Arthur Malvin*
|10||I'll Be Around||1:59|
|11||Here We Go Again||3:36|
|12||Jeep Jockey Jump||2:14|
|14||Peggy, The Pin Up Girl
Vocals – Ray McKinley
|15||There'll Be A Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin
Vocals – Ray McKinley
|16a||In The Gloaming|
|16b||For The First Time|
|16c||Stompin' At The Savoy|
- Bass – Trigger Alpert
- Clarinet, Saxophone – Chuck Gentry, Fred Guerra, Hank Freeman, Jack Ferrier, Mannie Thaeler*, Peanuts Hucko, Vince Carbone
- Drums – Ray McKinley
- Flugelhorn – Addison Collins
- Guitar – Carmen Mastren
- Piano – Mel Powell
- Trombone – Glenn Miller, Jimmy Priddy, John Halliburton, Larry Hall , Nat Peck
- Trumpet – Bernie Privin, Bobby Nichols, Jack Steele, Whitey Thomas, Zeke Zarchey*
- Vocals – Johnny Desmond (tracks: 6, 10, 16b), Crew Chiefs* (tracks: 6, 8, 10, 14, 15)
NotesUnknown female vocals on song 7.
Song 13 credits 'The Band' (presumably The Army Air Force Band) with vocals.
|15 712||Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band||Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band (CD, Comp)||LaserLight Digital||15 712||Germany||1990|