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Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band - I Sustain The Wings Volume III Album

Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band - I Sustain The Wings Volume III Album
Title:
I Sustain The Wings Volume III
Performer:
Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band
Style:
Swing, Big Band
Released:
1996
Catalog:
DAWE78
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1288 mb
FLAC album size:
2832 mb
Genre:
Label:
Magic

Tracklist


1I Sustain the Wings Theme
Written-By – Norman Leyden, Glenn Miller, J. MacGregor, S. Meyer
2Part Medley(3:28)
3Long, Long Ago
Written-By – Thomas Haynes Bayley
4Caprice Viennois
Written-By – Fritz Kreisler
5Caribbean Clipper
Written-By – Jerry Gray
2:42
6Medley(8:38)
7Rhapsody In Blue
Written-By – George Gershwin
3:02
8In The Mood
Written-By – Andy Razaf, Joe Garland
3:40
9Summertime
Written-By – George Gershwin
10You'll Never Know
Vocals – Artie MalvinWritten-By – Mack Gordon, Harry Warren
11Moonlight Serenade
Written-By – Glenn Miller
12It's Always You Johnny Burke / Feat:
Vocals – The Crew Chiefs, Tony Martin Written-By – Jimmy Van Heusen And Johnny Burke
3:55
13Blue Skies
Written-By – Irving Berlin
14All Things You Are
Vocals – Tony Martin Written-By – Jerome Kern And Oscar Hammerstein II
15 Begin The Beguine
Vocals – Tony Martin Written-By – Cole Porter
3:34
16Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes
Written-By – Ben Johnson
17The Army Air Corps
Vocals – The Glee Club , Tony Martin Written-By – Robert Crawford
2:15
18Closing And I Sustain The Wings Theme
Written-By – J.C. MacGrego, Glenn Miller, Norman Leyden
1:07
19A String Of Pearls
Written-By – Jerry Gray
3:32
20Medley:(7:17)
21Paper Doll
Vocals – The Glee Club Written-By – John Stewart Black
22´Goin' Home
Written-By – Antonín Dvořák
23Introduction(1:17)
24Introduction(1:23)
25American Patrol
Written-By – Earl Haubrich, F. W. Meacham
3:50
26My Blue Heaven
Written-By – Walter Donaldson, George Whiting
27Blues In My Heart
Written-By – Unknown Artist
28I Sustain The Wings Theme
Written-By – Norman Leyden, J. MacGregor, Glenn Miller, S. Meyer
29Bums Away (Enlisted Mens Mess)
Written-By – Jerry Gray
3:08
30Dramatic Sketch "Johnny"
Featuring – Glenn Miller
6:20
31I Want To Be Happy
Vocals – The Crew ChiefsWritten-By – Irving Caesar, Vincent Youmans
2:14
32Sunday, Monday Or Always
Written-By – Jimmy Van Heusen And Johnny Burke
33I Heard You Cry Last Night (And So Did I)
Vocals – Tony Martin Written-By – Ted Grouya, Jerry Krueger
34Medley(7:24)
35The Army Air Corps Fanfare
Written-By – Robert Crawford


Credits


  • Compiled By, Liner NotesRichard C. March
  • CoordinatorFrank Greene
  • Graphics, Typography [Typeset]John R. Bennett


Notes


Recording Dates:
Tracks 1 to 5: 4th September 1943 2-05 PM from the C:B.S. Playhouse No. 4, New York City,
Tracks 6 to 9: 11th September 1943 2-05 PM from the C:B.S. Playhouse No. 4, New York City,
Tracks 10 to 14: 18th September 1943 6-00 PM from the N.B.C. Vanderbilt Theatre, New York City,
Tracks 15 to 18: 25th September 1943 6-00 PM from the N.B.C. Vanderbilt Theatre, New York City,


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5019317007829


Companies


  • Marketed By – Submarine
  • Recorded At – CBS Playhouse No. 4
  • Recorded At – Vanderbilt Theatre


Album


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