9 thoughts on “ In The Mood - The One And Only Glenn Miller Band* - The Glenn Miller Story (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. The one and only Glenn Miller Band plays music from Universal-International's "The Glenn Miller Story" A1 recorded April 4th, A2 recorded August 1st, A3 recorded May 7th, A4 recorded February 5th, A5 recorded April 28th, B1 recorded May 7th, B2 recorded November 3rd, B3 recorded May 20th, /5(40).
  2. Glenn Miller - In The Mood Picture is from the movie "The Glenn Miller Story" () starring James Stewart "In the Mood" is a song popularized by the Americ.
  3. Label: RCA Camden - CAS(e) • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Compilation, Stereo Indianapolis Press • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Big Band, Swing, Vocal Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - The One And Only Glenn Miller (, Indianapolis Press, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  4. This is my personal favorite song of Glenn Miller, and it is also one of his Signature songs.
  5. I received a Glenn Miller CD in a box of goods from an estate auction. I have always loved "In the Mood" by Glenn Miller. My folks played a lot of music as a child. Naturally, as it was a 2-CD set, but missing 1 CD, "In the Mood" was also missing. So, I ordered this CD, and I am very happy w/ it/5().
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  7. Early life and career. The son of Mattie Lou (née Cavender) and Lewis Elmer Miller, Glenn Miller was born in Clarinda, Iowa. He attended grade school in North Platte in western Nebraska. In , his family moved to Grant City, disftersterwesuchmo.taibigcutuhodobilwinipurefheo.co this time, he had made enough money from milking cows to buy his first trombone and played in the town orchestra.
  8. (Glenn Miller ) Miller spent the last night before his disappearance at Milton Ernest Hall, near Bedford. On December 15, , Miller was to fly fr.
  9. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra was an American swing dance band formed by Glenn Miller in Arranged around a clarinet and tenor saxophone playing melody, and three other saxophones playing harmony, the band became the most popular and commercially successful dance orchestra of the Swing era and one of the greatest singles charting acts of the 20th century.

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