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Mills Brothers: The Anthology (1931-1968)
     

The Mills Brothers: The Anthology (1931-1968)

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by The Mills Brothers
 
The Mills Brothers: The Anthology is a comprehensive 48-song overview of the vocal group's career, spanning their entire career and featuring 32 of their biggest hits. Most of their most famous songs -- including "Paper Doll," "Glow-Worm," "Lazy River," and "Rockin' Chair" -- are included on this double-disc set and the sound is the best it has ever been. In

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The Mills Brothers: The Anthology is a comprehensive 48-song overview of the vocal group's career, spanning their entire career and featuring 32 of their biggest hits. Most of their most famous songs -- including "Paper Doll," "Glow-Worm," "Lazy River," and "Rockin' Chair" -- are included on this double-disc set and the sound is the best it has ever been. In short, it is the definitive retrospective of this ground-breaking vocal quartet.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/01/1995
Label:
Mca
UPC:
0008811127923
catalogNumber:
11279

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Mills Brothers   Primary Artist
Sy Oliver   Conductor
George Tipton   Conductor

Technical Credits

Count Basie   Composer
Dick Hyman   Director
Jolson   Contributor
Eddie Edwards   Composer
Nick LaRocca   Composer
Sy Oliver   Arranger
Tom Mack   Producer
Louis Armstrong   Contributor
Owen Bradley   Director
Tommy Dorsey   Contributor
Jerry Livingston   Composer
Chico O'Farrill   Director
Henry W. Ragas   Composer
Tony Sbarbaro   Composer
Larry Shields   Composer
George Tipton   Arranger
Peter Grendysa   Liner Notes
Mack David   Composer
Harry Da Costa   Composer
Joe Greene   Composer
Jimmie Hodges   Composer
Johnny S. Black   Composer

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