|A2||In The Mood|
|A3||I Know Why|
|A5||Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand|
|B1||Chattanooga Choo Choo|
|B2||A String Of Pearls|
|B5||Little Brown Jug|
|DLP.1024, DLP 1024||Glenn Miller Band*||The Glenn Miller Story (10", Comp)||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||DLP.1024, DLP 1024||UK||1954|
|VDLP. 1024||Glenn Miller Band*||The Glenn Miller Story (10", Comp)||His Master's Voice||VDLP. 1024||Austria||1954|
|WDLP 1024||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||The Glenn Miller Story (10")||His Master's Voice||WDLP 1024||Germany||1954|
|JDLP 1024, JDLP. 1024||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||The Glenn Miller Story (10")||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||JDLP 1024, JDLP. 1024||South Africa||Unknown|
|WDLP 1024||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||The Glenn Miller Story (10", Comp)||His Master's Voice, Electrola||WDLP 1024||Germany||Unknown|
The Glenn Miller Story is a 1954 American biographical film about the eponymous American band-leader, directed by Anthony Mann and starring James Stewart in their first non-western collaboration. nal's first public announcements, early in 1953, employed the soon-discarded title, "Moonlight Serenade.
The Glenn Miller Story. The Jimmy Stewart Museum.
1947 – ‘Glenn Miller Masterpieces, Vol. 2? topped the album charts. 1954 – Miller was the subject of a partly fictionalized film biography, The Glenn Miller Story, starring James Stewart. 2003 – Miller posthumously received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. A band ought to have a sound all of its own. It ought to have a personality. In 1937, Glenn Miller stepped out to form his own band. There were a few recordings - one for Decca and one for Brunswick - a couple of week-long stints in New Orleans and Dallas, and many one-nighters, but it was not to be. Though the group would play one more date several days later in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Glenn gave his men their final notice on New Year’s Eve at the Valencia Ballroom in York, Pennsylvania. Broke, depressed and having no idea what he was going to do, he returned to New York City.
The one and only Glenn Miller Band plays music from nal's "The Glenn Miller Story" A1 recorded April 4th, 1939 A2 recorded August 1st, 1939 A3 recorded May 7th, 1941 A4 recorded February 5th, 1940 A5 recorded April 28th, 1940 B1 recorded May 7th, 1941 B2 recorded November. 3rd, 1941 B3 recorded May 20th, 1942 B4 recorded April 2nd, 1942 B5 recorded April 10th, 1939.
feat: Skip Nelson, The Glenn Miller Orchestra. 5. Three Little Fishies. feat: Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton, The Glenn Miller Orchestra. 7. I'm Old Fashioned. Jerome Kern, Johnny Mercer. feat: Skip Nelson, The Glenn Miller Orchestra.
The 1954 10" album The Glenn Miller Story movie soundtrack LP, Decca Records DL 5519, spent 10 weeks at number one on the Billboard albums chart in 1954. The Glenn Miller Story - Music from the Sound Track of the nal Motion Picture starring James Stewart and June Allyson. Recorded by the nal studio orchestra, conducted by Joseph Gershenson. The collection was a 33 1/3 RPM vinyl LP album featuring James Stewart and June Allyson on the cover as Glenn and Helen Miller respectively. The All Star Band consisted of: Bass – Arvell Shaw, Clarinet – Barney Bigard, Drums – Kenny John, Piano – Billy Kyle, Tenor Saxophone – Bud Freeman, Trombone – "Trummie" Young, and Trumpet – Louis Armstrong
Alton Glenn Miller (March 1, 1904 – missing in action December 15, 1944) was an American big band musician, arranger, composer, and bandleader in the swing era. He was one of the best-selling recording artists from 1939 to 1943, leading one of the best known Big Bands.
This gripping drama features original Miller music performed by the Glenn Miller Orchestra; iconic musicians such as Gene Krupa, Frances Langford and Louis Armstrong; and a supporting cast that includes Henry Morgan, Charles Drake and George Tobias. Oscar® winner James Stewart and June Allyson light up the screen in this tribute to the legendary big-band leader