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The Very Best Of

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1
In the Mood 2010 Remastered
00:03:34

Andy Razaf, Composer - Andy Razaf, Lyricist - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Joseph Garland, Lyricist - Joseph Garland, Composer - Glenn Miller, Performer

Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

2
Moonlight Serenade 2010 Remastered
00:03:22

Allan Reuss, Guitar - Chummy MacGregor, Piano - Hal McIntyre, Alto Saxophone - Frankie Carlson, Drums - Rolly Bundock, Bass - Wilbur Schwartz, Alto Saxophone - Legh Knowles, Trumpet - Al Klink, Tenor Saxophone - Bob Price, Trumpet - Dale McMickle, Trumpet - Paul Tanner, Trombone - Al Mastren, Trombone - Mitchell Parish, Composer - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Trombone - Glenn Miller, Composer - Glenn Miller, Arranger - Stanley Aronson, Tenor Saxophone - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Tex Beneke, Tenor Saxophone

Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

3
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else but Me) 2010 Remastered
00:03:13

Marion Hutton, Vocal - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Lew Brown, Lyricist - Lew Brown, Composer - Doug Pomeroy, Re-Mastering Engineer - Sam Stept, Composer - Sam Stept, Lyricist - Glenn Miller, Performer - Tex Beneke and The Modernaires, Vocal - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Charlie Tobias, Lyricist - Charlie Tobias, Composer

Originally Recorded 1942. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

4
Tuxedo Junction 2010 Remastered
00:03:28

Erskine Hawkins, Composer - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - William Johnson, Composer - Julian Dash, Composer - Glenn Miller, Performer

(P) Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

5
A String of Pearls 2010 Remastered
00:03:14

Jerry Gray, Composer - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Glenn Miller, Performer

Originally Recorded 1941. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

6
Pennsylvania 6-5000 2010 Remastered
00:03:06

Joe Lopes, Re-Mastering Engineer - Jerry Gray, Composer - Jerry Gray, Lyricist - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Carl Sigman, Lyricist - Carl Sigman, Composer - Jay Newland, Re-Mastering Engineer - Glenn Miller, Performer

Originally recorded 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

7
Chattanooga Choo-Choo (From the 20th Century Fox film "Sun Valley Serenade") 2010 Remastered
00:03:26

The Modernaires, Performer - Jerry Gray, Arranger - Paula Kelly & The Modernaires, Vocal - Mack Gordon, Composer - Mack Gordon, Lyricist - Harry Warren, Lyricist - Harry Warren, Composer - Paul Williams, Re-Issue Producer - Bill Lacey, Re-Mastering Engineer - Jim Crotty, Re-Mastering Engineer - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Tex Beneke, Vocal

Originally Recorded 1941. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

8
American Patrol 2010 Remastered
00:03:18

Ted Kendall, Re-Mastering Engineer - Jerry Gray, Arranger - F.W. Meacham, Lyricist - F.W. Meacham, Composer - The American Band of the AEF, Performer - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Band Leader

Originally recorded 1944. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

9
(I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo 2010 Remastered
00:03:16

Jerry Gray, Arranger - Marion Hutton, Vocal - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Mack Gordon, Lyricist - Mack Gordon, Composer - Harry Warren, Lyricist - Harry Warren, Composer - Doug Pomeroy, Re-Mastering Engineer - Glenn Miller, Performer - Tex Beneke and The Modernaires, Vocal - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer

Originally Recorded 1942. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

10
On a Little Street in Singapore 2010 Remastered
00:02:44

Billy Hill, Composer - Billy Hill, Lyricist - A. Guenther, Arranger - Peter DeRose, Lyricist - Peter DeRose, Composer - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Ray Eberle, Vocal - Glenn Miller, Performer

Recorded Prior to 1972. All Rights Reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

11
The St. Louis Blues March 2010 Remastered
00:04:25

James R. Priddy, Trombone - Artie Malvin, Vocal - Jack Rusin, Piano - Aron Kahn Keene, Trombone - Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, Performer - Bernie Privin, Trumpet - Steve Steck, Vocal - Manny Thaler, Baritone Saxophone - Freddy Guerra, Alto Saxophone - Russ Myers, Trombone - Carl Swanson, Violin - Mel Powell, Piano - Johnny Halliburton, Trombone - Carmen Mastren, Guitar - Frank Castor, Bass - Paul Brizzi, Re-Mastering Engineer - Harry Katzman, Violin - Johnny Carisi, Trumpet - Dave Schwartz, Viola - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Michael O. Drexler, Re-Mastering Engineer - Richard Motylinski, Violin - Vince Carbone, Tenor Saxophone - Dave Sackson, Violin - Ernie Kardos, Violin - Jack Ferrier, Tenor Saxophone - Fredy Ostrovsky, Violin - James Lynn Allison, Vocal - Jack Reid, Trumpet - Hank Freeman, Alto Saxophone - Whitey Thomas, Trumpet - Dave Dennis, Violin - Herman "Trigger" Alpert, Bass - Nathan Kaproff, Violin - Earl Cornwell, Violin - Maurice Bialkin, Acoustic Cello - Murray Wald, Tenor Saxophone - Phil Marino, Violin - Robert Ripley, Acoustic Cello - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Trombone - Jack Steele, Trumpet - Harry Devito, Trombone - Joseph Shulman, Bass - Joseph Shulman, Violin - Chuck Gentry, Baritone Saxophone - Gabe Gelinas, Alto Saxophone - Lynn Allison, Tenor Saxophone - William Christopher Handy, Composer - Nathan Peck, Trombone - Al Milton, Violin - Addison Collins, Jr., French Horn - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Alto Saxophone - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Clarinet - Henry Brynan, Viola - Zeke Zarchy, Trumpet - Alfred Aulwurm, Violin - Stanley Harris, Viola - James E. Harwood, Trombone - George Ockner, Violin - Steve Steck Jr., Trumpet - Gene Steck, Vocal - Bobby Nichols, Trumpet - Larry Hall, Trombone - Murray Kane, Vocal - Ray McKinley, Drums - Gene Bergen, Violin

Originally recorded 1943. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

12
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square 2010 Remastered
00:03:40

Eric Maschwitz, Lyricist - Eric Maschwitz, Composer - Manning Sherwin, Lyricist - Manning Sherwin, Composer - Doug Pomeroy, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Bill Finegan, Arranger - Ray Eberle, Vocal - Glenn Miller, Performer

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

13
Star Dust 2010 Remastered
00:03:22

Joe Lopes, Re-Mastering Engineer - Mitchell Parish, Composer - Mitchell Parish, Lyricist - Hoagy Carmichael, Composer - Hoagy Carmichael, Lyricist - Paul Brizzi, Misc. Prod. - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Jay Newland, Re-Mastering Engineer - Glenn Miller, Performer

Originally recorded 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

14
Little Brown Jug 2010 Remastered
00:02:52

Paul Tanner, Trombone - Al Mastren, Trombone - Al Klink, Tenor Saxophone - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Legh Knowles, Trumpet - Dale McMickle, Trumpet - Hal McIntyre, Alto Saxophone - J.E. Winner, Composer - Tex Beneke, Tenor Saxophone - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Trombone - Stanley Aronson, Tenor Saxophone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Chummy MacGregor, Piano - Bill Finegan, Arranger - Arthur Ens, Guitar - Wilbur Schwartz, Alto Saxophone - Rolly Bundock, Bass - Bob Price, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

15
When You Wish Upon a Star 2010 Remastered
00:02:53

Ray Eberle, Vocal - Paul Tanner, Trombone - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Al Mastren, Trombone - Jay Newland, Engineer - Leigh Harline, Composer - Leigh Harline, Lyricist - Al Klink, Tenor Saxophone - Ned Washington, Composer - Ned Washington, Lyricist - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Clyde Hurley, Trumpet - Johnny Best, Trumpet - Legh Knowles, Trumpet - Joe Lopes, Engineer - Dale McMickle, Trumpet - Hal McIntyre, Alto Saxophone - John Snyder, Producer - Richard Fisher, Guitar - Tex Beneke, Tenor Saxophone - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Trombone - Jimmy Abato, Alto Saxophone - Jimmy Abato, Baritone Saxophone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Chummy MacGregor, Piano - Wilbur Schwartz, Alto Saxophone - Rolly Bundock, Bass

Originally recorded 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

16
The Woodpecker Song 2010 Remastered
00:02:33

Harold Adamson, Lyricist - Harold Adamson, Composer - Marion Hutton, Vocal - Bruno Cherubini, Composer - Bruno Cherubini, Lyricist - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Eldo Di Lazzaro, Composer - Eldo Di Lazzaro, Lyricist - Doug Pomeroy, Re-Mastering Engineer - Glenn Miller, Performer - Tex Beneke, Tenor Saxophone - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer

Originally Recorded 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

17
G.I. Jive 2010 Remastered
00:03:03

James R. Priddy, Trombone - Artie Malvin, Vocal - Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, Performer - Bernie Privin, Trumpet - Freddy Guerra, Alto Saxophone - Carl Swanson, Violin - Mel Powell, Piano - Johnny Halliburton, Trombone - Carmen Mastren, Guitar - Jerry Gray, Arranger - Paul Brizzi, Re-Mastering Engineer - Harry Katzman, Violin - Dave Schwartz, Viola - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Michael O. Drexler, Re-Mastering Engineer - Richard Motylinski, Violin - Vince Carbone, Tenor Saxophone - Ernie Kardos, Violin - Jack Ferrier, Tenor Saxophone - Fredy Ostrovsky, Violin - Hank Freeman, Alto Saxophone - Herman "Trigger" Alpert, Bass - Dave Dennis, Violin - Whitey Thomas, Trumpet - Nathan Kaproff, Violin - Earl Cornwell, Violin - Maurice Bialkin, Acoustic Cello - Joseph Kowalewski, Violin - Phil Marino, Violin - Robert Ripley, Acoustic Cello - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Trombone - Johnny Mercer, Composer - Johnny Mercer, Lyricist - Jack Steele, Trumpet - Chuck Gentry, Baritone Saxophone - Frank Ippolito, Drums - Lynn Allison, Vocal - Al Milton, Violin - Addison Collins, Jr., French Horn - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Alto Saxophone - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Clarinet - Henry Brynan, Viola - Alfred Aulwurm, Violin - Stanley Harris, Viola - James E. Harwood, Trombone - George Ockner, Violin - Steve Steck Jr., Vocal - Gene Steck, Vocal - Larry Hall, Trombone - Bobby Nichols, Trumpet - Murray Kane, Vocal - Ray McKinley, Drums - Ray McKinley, Vocal - Gene Bergen, Violin

Originally recorded 1944. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

18
Fools Rush In 2010 Remastered
00:02:34

Rube Bloom, Composer - Rube Bloom, Lyricist - Marty Paich, Conductor - Steve Sholes, Producer - Paul Williams, Re-Mastering Supervisor - Bill Lacey, Re-Mastering Engineer - Johnny Mercer, Lyricist - Johnny Mercer, Composer - Glenn Miller, Performer - Al Hirt, Performer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer

(P) 2001 Sony Music Entertainment

19
Over There 2010 Remastered
00:02:04

James R. Priddy, Trombone - Artie Malvin, Vocal - Glenn Miller & The Army Air Force Band, Performer - Bernie Privin, Trumpet - Freddy Guerra, Alto Saxophone - Carl Swanson, Violin - Mel Powell, Piano - Johnny Halliburton, Trombone - Carmen Mastren, Guitar - Don Briggs, Speaker - Jerry Gray, Arranger - Paul Brizzi, Re-Mastering Engineer - Harry Katzman, Violin - Dave Schwartz, Viola - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Michael O. Drexler, Re-Mastering Engineer - Richard Motylinski, Violin - Vince Carbone, Tenor Saxophone - Ernie Kardos, Violin - Jack Ferrier, Tenor Saxophone - Fredy Ostrovsky, Violin - Hank Freeman, Alto Saxophone - Herman "Trigger" Alpert, Bass - Dave Dennis, Violin - Whitey Thomas, Trumpet - Nathan Kaproff, Violin - Earl Cornwell, Violin - Maurice Bialkin, Acoustic Cello - Joseph Kowalewski, Violin - Phil Marino, Violin - Robert Ripley, Acoustic Cello - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Trombone - Jack Steele, Trumpet - Chuck Gentry, Baritone Saxophone - Frank Ippolito, Drums - Lynn Allison, Vocal - Al Milton, Violin - Addison Collins, Jr., French Horn - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Alto Saxophone - Michael A. "Peanuts" Hucko, Clarinet - Henry Brynan, Viola - Alfred Aulwurm, Violin - Stanley Harris, Viola - James E. Harwood, Trombone - George Ockner, Violin - Steve Steck Jr., Vocal - Gene Steck, Vocal - George M. Cohan, Composer - George M. Cohan, Lyricist - Larry Hall, Trombone - Bobby Nichols, Trumpet - Murray Kane, Vocal - Ray McKinley, Drums - Gene Bergen, Violin

Originally recorded 1944. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

20
Blueberry Hill 2010 Remastered
00:02:53

Jack Lathrop, Guitar - Ray Eberle, Vocal - Ernie Caceres, Saxophone - Andreas K. Meyer, Re-Mastering Engineer - Vincent Rose, Composer - Vincent Rose, Lyricist - Paul Tanner, Trombone - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Carlos Kase, Re-Issue Producer - Al Klink, Saxophone - Charles Frankhauser, Trumpet - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Johnny Best, Trumpet - Dale McMickle, Trumpet - Hal McIntyre, Saxophone - Tex Beneke, Saxophone - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Conductor - Glenn Miller, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Al Lewis, Composer - Al Lewis, Lyricist - Chummy MacGregor, Piano - Bill Finegan, Arranger - Jimmy Priddy, Trombone - Wilbur Schwartz, Saxophone - Rolly Bundock, Bass - Larry Stock, Composer - Larry Stock, Lyricist - Zeke Zarchy, Trumpet

Originally recorded 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

21
Over the Rainbow 2010 Remastered
00:02:28

Harold Arlen, Composer - Harold Arlen, Lyricist - E.Y. Harburg, Lyricist - E.Y. Harburg, Composer - Doug Pomeroy, Re-Mastering Engineer - Barry Feldman, Re-Issue Producer - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Ray Eberle and The Modernaires, Vocal - Glenn Miller, Performer

Originally Recorded 1939. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

22
Serenade In Blue 2010 Remastered
00:03:27

Harry Warren, Lyricist - Harry Warren, Composer - Mack Gordon, Composer - Mack Gordon, Lyricist - Glenn Miller, Performer

Originally recorded 1942. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

23
When Johnny Comes Marching Home 2010 Remastered
00:03:13

Edward Goldberg, Bass - Ernie Caceres, Baritone Saxophone - Ernie Caceres, Alto Saxophone - Bobby Hackett, Cornet - Bobby Hackett, Guitar - Paul Tanner, Trombone - Frank J. D'Annolfo, Trombone - Al Klink, Tenor Saxophone - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Johnny Best, Trumpet - Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore, Composer - Dale McMickle, Trumpet - Harold Dickinson, Lyricist - Harold Dickinson, Adaptor - Billy May, Trumpet - Bill Conway, Lyricist - Bill Conway, Adaptor - The Modernaires, Vocal - Skippy Martin, Alto Saxophone - Tex Beneke, Tenor Saxophone - Tex Beneke, Vocal - Glenn Miller, Performer - Glenn Miller, Trombone - Jim Priddy, Trombone - Maurice Purtill, Drums - Marion Hutton, Vocal - Chummy MacGregor, Piano - Bill Finegan, Arranger - Bill Finegan, Adaptor - Bill Finegan, Lyricist - Wilbur Schwartz, Alto Saxophone - Steve Lipkins, Trumpet

Originally Recorded 1942. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment

24
In the Mood 2010 Remastered
00:02:35

Andy Razaf, Composer - Andy Razaf, Lyricist - Jodie Prenger, Performer - Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Performer - Joseph Garland, Lyricist - Joseph Garland, Composer - Glenn Miller, Performer

(P) 2010 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Limited

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