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My Gal Sal - Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - For The Very First Time Vol. 1 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The bulk of the items on this set were first released commercially in as a 3-LP set titled "For The Very First Time." Other tracks come from the earlier "Glenn Miller Limited Edition Vols 1 (issued in and a mixture of studio recordings and broadcasts) and Vol 2 (issued in and all 5 LPs were previously-unissued broadcasts)/5(24).
  2. In April , Glenn Miller recorded, for the first time, under his own name. Using six horns, a rhythm section and a string quartet, he recorded “Moonlight on the Ganges” and “A Blues Serenade” for Columbia. But selling only a few hundred records, he continued his position with the Noble Orchestra.
  3. 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.
  4. "For the very first time 50 never before released original performances by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra" is full title on front cover. "For The Very First Time" shows on spine and labels. LPs are housed in padded plasticized fabric cover with spiral bound booklet and LP sleeves. Labels credit "The Original Glenn Miller Orch.".
  5. Issued by RCA VICTOR in , FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME (LPM) is one of the most gorgeous three record sets of all time. Its padded photo album style outer cover has a linen texture and matte finish. Front art work is a color oil painting repro of Glenn Miller and trombone with a few members of his orchestra behind.5/5(2).
  6. Anxious to break out on his own, Miller formed his first orchestra in and made his first recordings as the Glenn Miller Orchestra for Brunswick, Vocalion and Decca. By the band was unsuccessful and starving to death and disbanded. He revamped his style and arranging and credited the second and massively popular Glenn Miller Orchestra.
  7. The Very Best of Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Hallmark The first thing I must say is that the tiny printing on the CD cover/liner makes the detail unreadable. Sadly, I find the same problem with the titles printed on the back of the liner booklet. The main problem for me is using yellow print on a green background and the font used/5(22).
  8. "Boom Shot" was included on the double LP released by Twentieth Century Fox entitled Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, TCF , which included music from the Orchestra Wives and Sun Valley Serenade movies.

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