Glenn Miller
Army Air Force Band
In England 1944

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September 16, 1944
Star Dust
Vocal by Dinah Shore
All I Do Is Dream Of You
Vocal by Dinah Shore
Farewell Blues
I've Got A Heart Filled With Love
Vocal by Johnny Desmond and The Crew Chiefs

October 30, 1944
Moonlight Serenade
In The Mood
Star Dust
Song Of The Volga Boatmen
Long Ago (And Far Away)
Vocal by Johnny Desmond (In German)
Is You Is Or Is You Ain't (My Baby)
Vocal by Ray McKinley
Great Day

November 6, 1944
American Patrol
Summertime
Tuxedo Junction
Now I Know
Vocal by Johnny Desmond (In German)
Begin The Beguine
Anvil Chorus
Here We Go Again
My Heart Tells Me
Vocal by Johnny Desmond (In German)
A String Of Pearls
Stormy Weather
Poinciana
Vocal by Artie Malvin and The Crew Chiefs

November 13, 1944
Mary's A Grand Old Name
Vocal by Irene Manning (In German)
All The Things You Are
Vocal by Irene Manning (In German)
Long Ago (And Far Away)
Vocal by Irene Manning (In German)
Begin The Beguine
Vocal by Irene Manning (In German)

November 20, 1944
Caribbean Clipper
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Little Brown Jug
Where Or When
Vocal by Artie Malvin (In German)
Cow Cow Boogie
Vocal by Ray McKinley
Holiday For Strings
Tail-End Charlie
Everybody Loves My Baby

November 27, 1944
Jeep Jockey Jump
All The Things You Are
Vocal by Johnny Desmond (In German)
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Body And Soul
Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar
Vocal by Ray McKinley
Get Happy
Moonlight Serenade

December 24, 1944 - From BBC News Broadcast
Glenn Miller Missing



Here is a 10" LP from the American Forces Network. It is Volume 1 of 2 and is the
original issue. Side 2 has Poinciana and In The Mood reversed on the label or on the
record - depending on how you like your chickens and eggs ordered.
These are a few of the recordings made for propaganda broadcasts and
have some of Ilsa on them. Overall not a great job of record making but it is
a period curiosity item. You can listen to both sides below.



Click Here to listen to Side 1.



Click Here to listen to Side 2.


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