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Glenn Miller - The Complete Glenn Miller Volume V - 1940 album flac

Performer: Glenn Miller
Genre: Jazz
Title: The Complete Glenn Miller Volume V - 1940
Country: US
Released: 1978
Style: Swing, Big Band
FLAC version ZIP size: 1730 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1351 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1404 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 643

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Glenn Miller is a compilation album of phonograph records released posthumously by bandleader Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. Released in 1945 on RCA Victor as a part of the Victor Musical Smart Set series, described on the front cover as "An Album of Outstanding Arrangements on Victor Records", the set was number one for a total of 16 weeks on the newly created Billboard album charts. The album, also known under the title Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, was certified Gold in July 1968 by the RIAA.

With the exception of two titles, all of the music reissued on this two-LP set (the fourth volume out of nine) was recorded within a three-month period, a measure of the great commercial success that Glenn Miller was experiencing in 1940. The hits of the two-fer are "Tuxedo Junction" (heard in two versions) and "Pennsylvania 6-5000" but generally even the lesser-known titles (at least the ones without Ray Eberle's vocals) are enjoyable

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Alton Glenn Miller (March 1, 1904 – missing in action December 15, 1944) was an American big band musician, arranger, composer, and bandleader in the swing era. He was one of the best-selling recording artists from 1939 to 1943, leading one of the best known Big Bands. Miller's notable recordings . ore . Song.

Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Glenn Miller Orchestra Volume 1 (2010).

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A1 Blueberry Hill
Arranged By – Bill FineganVocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Al Lewis, Larry Stock, Vincent Rose
A2 A Cabana In Havana
Vocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – Mabel Wayne, Tot Seymour
A3 Be Happy
Arranged By – Bill FineganVocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – Edgar Battle, Henry Nemo, Louis Prima
A4 Angel Child
Arranged By – Bill FineganVocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Abner Silver, Benny Davis, George Price
A5 The Call Of The Canyon
Arranged By – Bill FineganVocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Billy Hill
A6 Our Love Affair
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Arthur Freed, Roger Edens
A7 Crosstown
Vocals – Jack LathropWritten-By – James Cavanaugh, John Redmond , Nat Simon
A8 What's Your Story Morning Glory
Vocals – Tex BenekeWritten-By – Jack Lawrence , Mary Lou Williams, Paul Webster*
A9 Fifth Avenue
Vocals – Marion Hutton, Tex BenekeWritten-By – Harry Warren , Mack Gordon
A10 I Wouldn't Take A Million
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Harry Warren , Mack Gordon
A11 A Handful Of Stars
Arranged By – Bill FineganVocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Jack Lawrence , Ted Shapiro
A12 Old Black Joe
Arranged By – Chummy McGregor, Glenn MillerWritten-By – Stephen Foster
A13 Yesterthoughts
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Stanley Adams, Victor Herbert
A14 Falling Leaves
Written-By – Frankie Carle, Mack David
A15 Shadows On The Sand
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Stanley Adams, Will Grosz*
A16 Goodbye, Little Darlin', Goodbye
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Gene Autry, Johnny Marvin
B1 Five O'Clock Whistle
Vocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – Gene Irwin, Joe Myrow*, Kim Gannon
B2 Beat Me Daddy, Eight To A Bar
Vocals – Band*, Jack LathropWritten-By – Don Raye, Elinor Sheehy, Hughie Prince
B3 Ring, Telephone, Ring
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Buck Ram, Peter Tinturin
B4 Make Believe Ballroom Time
Vocals – The ModernairesWritten-By – Harold Green, Martin Block , Mickey Stoner
B5 You've Got Me This Way
Arranged By – Jerry GrayVocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer
B6 A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
Arranged By – Bill FineganVocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Eric Maschwitz, Manning Sherwin
B7 I'd Know You Anywhere
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Jimmy McHugh, Johnny Mercer
B8 Fresh As A Daisy
Arranged By – Jerry GrayVocals – Jack Lathrop, Marion Hutton, Tex BenekeWritten-By – Cole Porter
B9 Isn't That Just Like Love
Arranged By – Bill FineganVocals – Jack LathropWritten-By – Jimmy Van Heusen And Johnny Burke
B10 Along The Santa Fe Trail
Written-By – Al Dubin, Edwina Coolidge, Will Grosz*
B11 Do You Know Why
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Jimmy Van Heusen And Johnny Burke
B12 Somewhere
Arranged By – Jerry GrayVocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – John Latouche, Peter DeRose*
B13 Yes, My Darling Daughter
Arranged By – Jerry GrayVocals – Band*, Marion HuttonWritten-By – Jack Lawrence
B14 A Stone's Throw From Heaven
Arranged By – Bill FineganVocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Bob Ray , Irving Green, Jay Burton
B15 Helpless
Written-By, Arranged By, Vocals – Jack Lathrop
B16 Long Time No See, Baby
Vocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By, Arranged By – Jack Lathrop


  • Alto Saxophone – Hal McIntyre
  • Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Wilbur Schwartz
  • Art Direction – Dick Smith
  • Baritone Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Ernie Caceres
  • Bass – Bundock* (tracks: A1 to B4), Tony Carlson (tracks: B5 to C3), Herman "Trigger" Alpert* (tracks: C4 to D8)
  • Drums – Maurice Purtill
  • Guitar – Jack Lathrop
  • Liner Notes – Mort Goode
  • Liner Notes [Literary Editor] – Jane T. Bier
  • Piano – Chummy McGregor
  • Producer – Frank Driggs
  • Remastered By – Don Miller
  • Tenor Saxophone – Al Klink, Tex Beneke
  • Trombone – Frank D'Annolfo, Glenn Miller, Jimmy Priddy, Paul Tanner
  • Trumpet – Billy May, Charles Frankhauser (tracks: A1 to C7), Dale McMickle, Johnny Best*, Ray Anthony (tracks: C8 to D8), Zeke Zarchy (tracks: A1 to C7)


Twin Pack cassette, equal to two complete stereo records.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AXM2-5565 Glenn Miller The Complete Glenn Miller Volume V - 1940 ‎(2xLP, Comp) RCA AXM2-5565 US 1978
AXM2-5565 Glenn Miller The Complete Glenn Miller Volume V - 1940 ‎(2xLP, Comp) RCA AXM2-5565 US 1979