Missing Chapters, Vol. 7: S'Wonderful

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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This English import features the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band and Ray McKinley's Swing Shift from four different performances. The large orchestra is heard while still in the United States on November 12, 1943, performing several numbers such as "In the Mood" and "Holiday for Strings." Drummer McKinley leads a small group on August 12, 1944, highlighted by a Mel Powell piano feature on "Wigan Pier Wiggle" and a heated "Everybody Loves My Baby." The Glenn Miller orchestra is heard 12 days later on one of its well-conceived "something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue" medleys. This CD concludes with eight full-length numbers by the orchestra on ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This English import features the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band and Ray McKinley's Swing Shift from four different performances. The large orchestra is heard while still in the United States on November 12, 1943, performing several numbers such as "In the Mood" and "Holiday for Strings." Drummer McKinley leads a small group on August 12, 1944, highlighted by a Mel Powell piano feature on "Wigan Pier Wiggle" and a heated "Everybody Loves My Baby." The Glenn Miller orchestra is heard 12 days later on one of its well-conceived "something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue" medleys. This CD concludes with eight full-length numbers by the orchestra on April 5, 1945, when McKinley was the leader, including vocals by Johnny Desmond. Clarinetist Peanuts Hucko is featured with a trio on "S'Wonderful" and on the full-band swinger "9:20 Special." All of the Avid Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band releases are well-recorded, previously unreleased, and easily recommended.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/26/2000
  • Label: Avid Records Uk
  • EAN: 5022810158820
  • Catalog Number: 588

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Glenn Miller Primary Artist, Conductor
Johnny Desmond Vocals
Mel Powell Piano
Trigger Alpert Bass
Peanuts Hucko Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Ray McKinley Drums, Vocals
Dave Dennis Violin
Hank Freeman Alto, Reeds, Alto Saxophone
Nathan Kaproff Violin
Harry Katzman Violin
Carmen Mastren Guitar
George Ockner Violin, Leader
Nat Peck Trombone
Jimmy Priddy Trombone
Bernie Privin Trumpet
David Sackson Violin
Whitey Thomas Trumpet
Stanley Harris Viola
Addison Collins French Horn
Johnny Halliburton Trombone
Frank Ippolito Drums
Jack Russin Piano
James Allison Vocals
Zeke Zarchy Trumpet
Dave Schwartz Viola
Steve Steck Trumpet, Vocals
Earl Cornwell Violin
Crew Chiefs Vocals
Phil Marino Violin
Bobby Nichols Trumpet
Jack Steele Trumpet
Artie Malvin Vocals
Mannie Thaler Reeds, Baritone Saxophone, Baritone
Jack Ferrier Reeds, Tenor Saxophone
Larry Hall Trombone
Gene Steck Vocals
CPL. Gene Bergen Violin
CPL. Morris Bialkin Viola
CPL. Henry Brynan Viola
Paul Dubov Announcer
Freddy Guera Alto, Reeds, Alto Saxophone
Ernest Kardos Violin
Joseph Kowalewski Violin
Richard Motylinski Violin
Fred Ostrovsky Violin
Bob Ripley Viola
Emanuel Wishnow Viola
Murray Kane Vocals
Carl Swanson Violin
Al Milton Violin
Larry Elliot Announcer
Vince Carbone Reeds, Tenor Saxophone
Technical Credits
Bill Meyers Composer
Jimmy McHugh Composer
George Williams Composer
Sammy Cahn Composer
Jerry Gray Arranger, Composer
James Jackson Arranger
Norman Leyden Arranger, Composer
J.C. MacGregor Composer
Glenn Miller Composer, Introduction
David Rose Composer
John Sanderson Contributor
Jule Styne Composer
Malcolm Laycock Liner Notes
Dave Wright Digital Editing
Ralph Wilkinson Arranger
Harold Adamson Composer
Richard A. Whiting Composer
Neil Moret (Chas. N. Daniels) Composer
Sammy Gallop Composer
Bill Fontaine Composer
Allan Roberts Composer
David Wright Digital Editing
Dave Bennett Remastering
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