Glenn Miller and his Orchestra record ‘The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert’ (1958)

The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert’ is a live album recorded on October 6, 1939 with his Orchestra and released in 1958 By Rca Victor .

Track Listing : 1.Moonlight Serenade (Glenn Miller, Mitchell Parish) . 2.(A.H. Joe Gibbs, Grey, Leo Wood) – 03:48 . 3.Sunrise Serenade (Frankie Carle, Jack Lawrence) – 03:41 . 4.Little Brown Jug (Traditional, Billy Finegan) – 03:12 . 5.Stairway To The Stars -(Matty Malneck, Frank Signorelli, Mitchell Parish) . 6.To You (Tommy Dorsey, Ted Shapiro, Benny Davis) – 03:33 . 7.One O’Clock Jump (Count Basie) – 05:17 . 8.Londonderry Air (Danny Boy) – 02:13 . 9.Jim Jam Jump (Cab Calloway, Frank Froeba, Jack Palmer) . 10.F.D.R. Jones (Harold Rome) . 11.Hold Tight (Jerry Brandow, Leonard Ware, Willie Spotswood) – 05:08 . 12.In The Mood (Joe Garlandandy Razaf) – 03:30 . 13.Bugle Call Rag (Billy Meyers, Elmer Schoebel, Jack Pettis) . 14.Moonlight Serenade – (Glenn Miller, Mitchell Parish) – 04:37

Musicians : The Glenn Miller Orchestra – Band . Glenn Miller – Trombone . Jimmy Abato – Saxophone . Tex Beneke – Saxophone . John Best – Trumpet . Roland Bundock – Bass . Ray Eberle – Vocals . Richard Fisher – Guitar . Clyde Hurley – Trumpet . Marion Hutton – Vocals . Al Klink – Saxophone . Legh Knowles – Trumpet . J.C. Macgregor – Piano . Tom Mack – Trombone . Tommy Mack – Trombone . Al Mastren – Trombone . Hal Mcintyre – Saxophone . R.D. Mcmickle – Trumpet . Moe Purtill – Drums . Wilbur Schwartz – Saxophone . Paul Tanner – Trombone

Production : Produced By Glenn Miller

Package : Jacqueline Murphy – Art Direction . Gene Kalbacher – Liner Notes

Recorded On October 6, 1939 At Carnegie Hall, New York Ity.

Released In 1958 By Rca Victor .

The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert

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The audience had already experienced the music of Benny Goodman, Fred Waringand Paul Whiteman when Miller and his group took the stage, but Miller made the audience completely forget about the previous three outfits, captivating listeners at every turn. […]

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The pop elements are restrained here, in contrast to many of Miller’s most familiar recordings, with only one vocal number by Ray Eberle and three by Marion Hutton, one of which, “Jim Jam Jump,” is pretty hot — one can even forgive the instrumental digression of “Danny Boy.” […]

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