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Whats The Reason (Im Not Pleasin You) - Glenn Miller - His Complete Recordings On Columbia Records (1928-1938) As Player And Conductor (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Dec 25,  · I will also note that this information would be available in his Army records. I have seen some, limited military records for Glenn Miller, but don't recall seeing this information. I would think, however, with the freedom of information act, you should be able to request this information from the U.S. Government. You can see a picture of Glenn.
  2. Glenn Miller, American big band leader, arranger, composer, and trombonist, considered the premier musical symbol of the World War II generation. Miller began studies at the University of Colorado in Boulder, but he left to work as a musician. He played for several bands before being hired as a.
  3. Find Glenn Miller credit information on AllMusic. Trombonist who led the most popular band in the world during , playing a wide variety of melodic pop and jazz.
  4. Early life and career. Miller was born in Clarinda, haggtratcastheochenspuntyrupopovensea.xyzinfo parents were Mattie Lou (née Cavender) and Lewis Elmer Miller. In , Miller's family moved to Grant City, Missouri, and he started playing in the town haggtratcastheochenspuntyrupopovensea.xyzinfo first, he played cornet and mandolin, but he switched to trombone by In , the Miller family moved to Fort Morgan, Colorado, where Miller went to high school.
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  6. The Pittsburgh Vinyl Record Collection features musicians, musical groups and composers from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the surrounding region. It includes 33 rpm and 45 rpm records, all of which can be found through Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s online catalog. On the table below, “(r)” indicates that both a circulating and a reference copy are [ ].
  7. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - This Is Glenn Miller at Discogs. Complete your Glenn Miller And His Orchestra collection/5(32).
  8. After only three weeks in Britain entertaining troops via the BBC and playing at American airfields, Captain Glenn Miller and his American Band of the Supreme Allied Command were greeted everywhere with such wild enthusiasm that at an open-air GI concert in July to boost war savings General James H. Doolittle, Commanding General of the US 8th Army Air Force, mounted the makeshift stage.

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