Tag Archives: GLENN MILLER

At Last – Música

“At Last” is a song written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren for the musical film Sun Valley Serenade (1941). Glenn Miller and his orchestra recorded the tune several times, with a 1942 version reaching number nine on the singles chart.

Orchestra Wives (1942) – “At Last”

1942 HITS ARCHIVE: At Last – Glenn Miller (Ray Eberle, vocal)

At last my love has come along
My lonely days are over
And life is like a song
At last
The skies above are blue
My heart was wrapped up in clover
The night I looked at you

I found a dream that I could speak to
A dream that I can call my own
I found a thrill to press my cheek to
A thrill that I have never known

You smiled and then the spell was cast
Now here we are in heaven
For you are mine at last

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Little Brown Jug – Música

“Little Brown Jug” is a song written in 1869 by Joseph Eastburn Winner, originally published in Philadelphia with the author listed as Winner’s middle name “Eastburn.”
It was originally a drinking song. It remained well known as a folk song into the early 20th century. Like many songs which make reference to alcohol, it enjoyed new popularity during the Prohibition era. In 1939, bandleader Glenn Miller recorded and broadcast his swing instrumental arrangement of the tune with great success, and the number became one of the best known orchestrations of the American Big Band era.
– 1939 Glenn Miller recording
In 1939, Glenn Miller and His Orchestra released a hit version of the song on RCA Bluebird, as an A side 78 single, B-10286-A, in a new arrangement by Bill Finegan backed with “Pavanne”. The recording was an early chart hit for Glenn Miller. The song was performed in Glenn Miller’s Carnegie Hall concert that year and became a staple of the Glenn Miller Orchestra repertoire and a classic of the Big Band era.

Glenn Miller – Little Brown Jug (1939) HQ

Danny Boy – Música

Danny Boy” is a ballad set to an ancient Irish melody. The words were written by English songwriter Frederic Weatherly and usually set to the Irish tune of the “Londonderry Air“. It is most closely associated with Irish communities.

Glenn Miller – Danny Boy (1940)

In the Mood – Música

In the Mood” is a popular big band-era #1 hit recorded by American bandleader Glenn Miller. It topped the charts for 13 straight weeks in 1940 in the U.S. and one year later was featured in the movie Sun Valley Serenade. “In the Mood” is based on the composition “Tar Paper Stomp” by Wingy Manone. The first recording under the name “In the Mood” was released by Edgar Hayes & His Orchestra in 1938.

The Glenn Miller Orchestra — (1941) In the Mood [High Quality Enhanced Sound]

A String Of Pearls – Música

A String of Pearls” is a 1941 song recorded by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra on RCA Bluebird, composed by Jerry Gray with lyrics by Eddie DeLange. The song is a big band and jazz standard.

1942 HITS ARCHIVE: A String Of Pearls – Glenn Miller (his original #1 version)

Juke Box Saturday Night – Música

Jukebox Saturday Night is a song written by Al Stillman and Paul McGrane, recorded by Glenn Miller and later covered by Nino and the Ebb Tides whose version charted at #57 on Billboard’s Top 100.

Juke Box Saturday Night 1944 Soundie The Glenn Miller Mondernaires 1080P HD

Mopping up soda pop rickeys
To our heart’s delight
Dancing to swingeroo quickies
Jukebox Saturday night

Goodman and Kyser and Miller
Help to make things bright
Mixing hot licks with vanilla
Jukebox Saturday night

They put nothing past us
Me and honey lamb
Making one Coke last us
Till it’s time to scram

Money we really don’t need bad
We make out alright
Letting the other guy feed that
Jukebox Saturday night

After sipping a soda we got a scheme
Somebody else plays the record machine
It’s so easy to say pet names
When you listen to the trumpet of Harry James…

We love to hear that tenor croon
Whenever the Ink Spots sing a tune…

If I didn’t know why the roses grow
Then I wouldn’t know why the roses grow…
Now listen, honey child
If I didn’t know all them little things I’m supposed to know
Then I sure would be a sad man
If I didn’t know…

Money we really don’t need it
We make out alright
Letting the other guy feed that
Jukebox Saturday night