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75 Glenn Miller Masterpieces (Original Radio Broadcasts) album for sale by Glenn Miller Orchestra / Glenn Miller was released Mar 08, 2011 on the Sepia label. .75 track collection of original radio broadcasts from Glenn & his orchestra. Audio Remasterer: Robin Cherry. 75 Glenn Miller Masterpieces (Original Radio Broadcasts) songs Liner Note Author: Christopher Popa. Recording information: 01/03/1940; 01/07/1941; 01/09/1941; 01/10/1940; 01/16/1940; 01/23/1940; 01/24/1940; 01/30/1940; 01/30/1941; 01/31/1940; 02/07/1940; 02/14/1940; 02/21/1940; 02/28/1940; 03/13/1940; 03/25/1941; 04/09/1941; 04/10/1941; 04/17/1941; 05/07/1941; 05/07/1942; 05/08/1941; 05/28/1940; 05/30/1940; 06/03/1941; 06/04/1940; 06/11/1940; 06/13/1940; 06/18/1941; 07/10/1940; 07/15/1942; 08/28/1940; 09/03/1941; 09/15/1942; 11/26/1941; 12/11/1941; 12/17/1940; 12/18/1941; 12/19/1940; 12/24/1940; 12/30/1941. 75 Glenn Miller Masterpieces (Original Radio Broadcasts) CD music is a 2-disc set with 42 songs.
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Glenn Miller Orchestra / Glenn Miller - 75 Glenn Miller Masterpieces (Original Radio Broadcasts) Album Track Listing
|2||It must be jelly ('cause jam don't shake like that)|
|3||Blues In The Night|
|4||Medley: My Gal Sal/You're A Lucky Guy/When Summer Is Gone/Wabash Blues|
|5||Sweet and Low|
|6||Medley: I Never Knew/Let's All Sing Together/Thinking of You/Alice Blue Gown|
|7||Hallelujah! See All 2|
|10||Medley: Whispering/Ooh! What You Said/The Dipsy Doodle/The Birth of the Blues|
|11||Rockin' Chair See All 2|
|12||Medley: Sweet Leilani/Yesterthoughts/Smoke Rings|
|13||T'Ain't No Use at All|
|14||Medley: Goodnight, Sweetheart/I'm Stepping Out with a Memory Tonight/When My Baby Smiles at Me/A Blues Serenade|
|15||Silver threads among the gold|
|16||Love Song Hasn't Been Sung|
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|17||Medley: Some of These Days/Memphis Blues|
|18||Moonlight Serenade/Medley: My Melancholy Baby/Moon Love/Stompin' at the Savoy/Blue Moon|
|19||Chattanooga Choo Choo See All 3 |
|20||Fresh As A Daisy |
|21||Oh So Good|
|1||Introduction to a Waltz|
|2||Georgia on My Mind See All 3|
|4||Walking By The River|
|5||Medley: When Irish Eyes Are Smiling/Confucius Say/Rose Room/The Wang Wang Blues|
|6||One Dozen Roses|
|7||Swing Low, Sweet Chariot|
|9||Medley: If I Had My Way/All the Things You Are/Oh, Johnny! Oh, Johnny! Oh!/Blue (and Brokenhearted)|
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75 Glenn Miller Masterpieces (Original Radio Broadcasts) songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||8432090|
|Release Date||Mar 08, 2011|
|Recording Time||133 minutes|
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