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Although Glenn Miller & His Orchestra get first billing on this two-CD set, 25 of the 35 selections are features for the Andrews Sisters. The music is taken from the earliest Glenn Miller Chesterfield Broadcasts, shows that had the always-cheerful Andrews Sisters as the regular guests. After March 1940, it was decided that Miller (whose band had become the most popular in the country) was too much of a big name to have to share his show with anyone. But before that happened, Miller's band often accompanied the Andrews Sisters, who are heard in prime form on such numbers as "Begin the Beguine," "Bei Mir Bust Du Schon," "Beer Barrel Polka," "Say 'Si Si,'" and "South of the Border." Of the ten Miller songs, four have vocals by Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke, and/or Marion Hutton, with the only instrumentals being "In the Mood," "Tuxedo Junction," "One O'Clock Jump," "Little Brown Jug," "Runnin' Wild," and "Farewell Blues." Clyde Hurley has some hot trumpet solos along the way, but this set is primarily recommended to fans of the Andrews Sisters.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
Introduction/Theme ("Moonlight Serenade)
Ed Herlihy & Glenn Miller
00:00:58

Ed Herlihy, Speaker - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Mitchell Parrish, Composer - John Snyder, Producer - Glenn Miller, Arranger - Glenn Miller, Composer

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

2
Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!
The Andrews Sisters
00:02:48

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Edward Rose, Composer - Thomas Mack, Trombone - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Abe Olman, Composer - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - Jerry Gray, Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

3
I've Got No Strings
The Andrews Sisters
00:02:47

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Leigh Harline, Composer - Ned Washington, Composer - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - James R. Priddy, Trombone - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

4
Begin the Beguine
The Andrews Sisters
00:02:56

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Cole Porter, Composer - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Thomas Mack, Trombone - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - Jerry Gray, Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

5
Indian Summer
Glenn Miller
00:03:01

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Ray Eberle, Vocal - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Victor Herbert, Composer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Al Dubin, Composer - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Jerry Gray, Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Alex Mastandrea, Trombone - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

6
Chico's Love Song (Ma-La-Ja Fah-La Pas-Ka Lah-Tah) (Cuban Double Talk)
The Andrews Sisters
00:03:04

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Dan Shapiro, Composer - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Lester Lee, Composer - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Alex Mastandrea, Trombone - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone - Jerry Seelan, Composer

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

7
Bei Mir Bist Du Schön (Means that You're Grand)
The Andrews Sisters
00:03:02

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Jacob Jacobs, Composer - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Sammy Cahn, Composer - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - Sholom Secunda, Composer - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Alex Mastandrea, Trombone - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone - Saul Chaplin, Composer

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

8
Beer Barrel Polka Roll Out the Barrel
The Andrews Sisters
00:02:58

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - W.A. Timm, Composer - Jaromir Vejvoda, Composer - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Lew Brown, Composer - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Alex Mastandrea, Trombone - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

9
In the Mood
Glenn Miller
00:03:16

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Arranger - Andy Razaf, Composer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Joe Garland, Composer - Joe Garland, Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Chummy MacGregor, Arranger - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Alex Mastandrea, Trombone - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

10
I Love You Much Too Much
Patti Andrews
00:03:09

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Don Raye, Composer - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Alex Olshey, Composer - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - Howard Gibeling, Trombone - Chaim Towber, Composer - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Patti Andrews, Vocal - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

11
The Donkey Serenade
The Andrews Sisters
00:03:11

Herbert Stothart, Composer - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Dailey Paskman, Composer - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Sigmund Spaeth, Composer - Irving Caesar, Composer - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Ernesto Caceres, Saxophone - James R. Priddy, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - Chet Forrest, Composer - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Rudolf Friml, Composer - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone - Robert Wright, Composer

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

12
Tuxedo Junction
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
00:04:28

Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Buddy Feyne, Composer - William Johnson, Composer - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Ernesto Caceres, Saxophone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - James R. Priddy, Trombone - Jerry Gray, Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Erskine Hawkins, Composer - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone - Julian Dash, Composer

(P) Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

13
Say "Si Si" In Spain They Say "Si SI" (Para Vigo Me Voy)
The Andrews Sisters
00:02:51

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Francis Luban, Composer - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Ernesto Lecuona, Composer - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Alex Mastandrea, Trombone - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone - Al Stillman, Composer

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

14
The Rumba Jumps!
Glenn Miller
00:02:49

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Tex Beneke, Vocal - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Marion Hutton, Vocal - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - Johnny Mercer, Composer - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Alex Mastandrea, Trombone - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

15
Hold Tight - Hold Tight Want Some Sea Food Mama
The Andrews Sisters
00:02:55

Leonard Kent, Composer - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Leonard Ware, Composer - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Arranger - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Ernesto Caceres, Saxophone - James R. Priddy, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Edward Robinson, Composer - Jerry Brandow, Composer - Willie Spottswood, Composer - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

16
Yodelin' Jive
The Andrews Sisters
00:02:40

Vincent J. Abato, Clarinet - Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Hughie Prince, Composer - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Don Raye, Composer - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Vic Schoen, Vocal Arranger - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - The Andrews Sisters, Vocal - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Alex Mastandrea, Trombone - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

17
One O'Clock Jump
Glenn Miller
00:03:26

Albert A. Klink, Saxophone - Leigh F. Knowles, Jr., Trumpet - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Buck Clayton, Arranger - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Lee Gaines, Composer - Rowland E. Bundock, Bass - Harold W. McIntyre, Clarinet - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Glenn Miller, Performer - Paul O. W. Tanner, Trombone - Ernesto Caceres, Saxophone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - James R. Priddy, Trombone - John Chalmers "Chummy" MacGregor, Piano - Reginald D. McMickle, Trumpet - John McClanian Best, Jr., Trumpet - Count Basie, Composer - Wilbur Schwartz, Clarinet - Gordon L. Beneke, Saxophone

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

18
Closing Announcements
Paul Douglas
00:00:47

Paul Douglas, Speaker - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Mitchell Parrish, Composer - John Snyder, Producer - Glenn Miller, Composer - Glenn Miller, Arranger - Glenn Miller, Speaker

(P)Recorded prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music

DISC 2

1
Intro
Ed Herlihy
00:00:59

Mitchell Parish, Composer - Mitchell Parish, Lyricist - Ed Herlihy, Performer - Glenn Miller, Composer - Glenn Miller, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

2
The Little Red Fox (N'ya N'ya Ya Can't Catch Me)
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:03

Johnny Lange, Composer - Johnny Lange, Lyricist - James V. Kern, Composer - James V. Kern, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Hy Heath, Composer - Hy Heath, Lyricist - Lew Potter, Composer - Lew Potter, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

3
Ciribiribin
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:01

Chester Wallace, Composer - Chester Wallace, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Alberto Pestalozza, Composer - Alberto Pestalozza, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by BMG Music

4
South of the Border (Down Mexico Way)
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:02:52

The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Jimmy Kennedy, Composer - Jimmy Kennedy, Lyricist - Michael Carr, Composer - Michael Carr, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

5
It's a Blue World
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
00:01:54

Robert Craig Wright, Composer - Robert Craig Wright, Lyricist - Chet Forrest, Composer - Chet Forrest, Lyricist - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

6
The Woodpecker Song (Reginella Campagnola)
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:17

Eldo Di Lazzaro, Composer - Eldo Di Lazzaro, Lyricist - Harold Adamson, Composer - Harold Adamson, Lyricist - Bruno Cherubini, Composer - Bruno Cherubini, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

7
Well, Alright! (Tonight's The Night)
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:02:56

Frances Faye, Lyricist - Frances Faye, Composer - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - David Kapp, Composer - David Kapp, Lyricist - Don Raye, Composer - Don Raye, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

8
South American Way
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:02:30

Jimmy McHugh, Composer - Jimmy McHugh, Lyricist - Al Dubin, Composer - Al Dubin, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

9
Little Brown Jug
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
00:03:11

R.A. Eastburn, Composer - R.A. Eastburn, Lyricist - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer

Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by BMG Music

10
Little Sally Waters
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:15

Al Cooper, Composer - Al Cooper, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Don Raye, Composer - Don Raye, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

11
I Want My Mamma (Mama Yo Quiero)
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:16

George Negrette, Composer - George Negrette, Lyricist - Vicente Paiva, Composer - Vicente Paiva, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Al Stillman, Composer - Al Stillman, Lyricist - Jararaca Paiva, Composer - Jararaca Paiva, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

12
Three O'Clock in the Morning
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:07

Dorothy Terris, Composer - Dorothy Terris, Lyricist - Julian Robledo, Composer - Julian Robledo, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

13
Sweet Potato Piper
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
00:02:54

John Burke, Composer - John Burke, Lyricist - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - James V. Monaco, Composer - James V. Monaco, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

14
(Down By The) O-hi-o (O My O!)
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:12

Abe Olman, Composer - Abe Olman, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Jack Yellen, Composer - Jack Yellen, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

15
Let's Have Another One (Before We Say Goodnight)
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:10

Hughie Prince, Composer - Hughie Prince, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Don Raye, Composer - Don Raye, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

16
Joseph! Jospeph!
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:03:01

Samuel Steinberg, Composer - Samuel Steinberg, Lyricist - Sammy Cahn, Composer - Sammy Cahn, Lyricist - Saul Chaplin, Composer - Saul Chaplin, Lyricist - The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Nellie Casman, Composer - Nellie Casman, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

17
Runnin' Wild (An Ebony Jazz Tune)
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
00:02:46

Arthur Harrington Gibbs, Composer - Arthur Harrington Gibbs, Lyricist - Joseph Grey, Composer - Joseph Grey, Lyricist - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Leo Wood, Composer - Leo Wood, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

18
Run, Rabbit, Run
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:02:59

The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Ralph Butler, Composer - Ralph Butler, Lyricist - Noel Gay, Composer - Noel Gay, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

19
Do I Love You
The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra
00:02:43

The Andrews Sisters With The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Performer - Cole Porter, Composer - Cole Porter, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

20
Farewell Blues
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
00:02:30

Elmer Schoebel, Composer - Elmer Schoebel, Lyricist - Joseph Leon Rappolo, Composer - Joseph Leon Rappolo, Lyricist - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Sam Ehrlich, Composer - Sam Ehrlich, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

21
Outro
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra
00:00:50

Mitchell Parish, Composer - Mitchell Parish, Lyricist - Paul Douglas, Speaker - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Glenn Miller, Composer - Glenn Miller, Lyricist

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by BMG Music

Album Description

Although Glenn Miller & His Orchestra get first billing on this two-CD set, 25 of the 35 selections are features for the Andrews Sisters. The music is taken from the earliest Glenn Miller Chesterfield Broadcasts, shows that had the always-cheerful Andrews Sisters as the regular guests. After March 1940, it was decided that Miller (whose band had become the most popular in the country) was too much of a big name to have to share his show with anyone. But before that happened, Miller's band often accompanied the Andrews Sisters, who are heard in prime form on such numbers as "Begin the Beguine," "Bei Mir Bust Du Schon," "Beer Barrel Polka," "Say 'Si Si,'" and "South of the Border." Of the ten Miller songs, four have vocals by Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke, and/or Marion Hutton, with the only instrumentals being "In the Mood," "Tuxedo Junction," "One O'Clock Jump," "Little Brown Jug," "Runnin' Wild," and "Farewell Blues." Clyde Hurley has some hot trumpet solos along the way, but this set is primarily recommended to fans of the Andrews Sisters.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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