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“Tuxedo Junction” Erskine Hawkins (1939) and Glenn Miller (1940)

“Tuxedo Junction” Composed by Erskine Hawkins, William Johnson and Julian Dash; head arrangement organized by William Johnson. Recorded by Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra for RCA-Bluebird on July 18, 1939 in New York. Erskine Hawkins, trumpet, directing: Sammy Lowe, first trumpet; Marcellus Green, Wilbur “Dud” Bascomb, trumpets; Bob Range and Edward Sims, trombones; William Johnson, […]

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“Is That Religion?” (1933) Mildred Bailey and the Dorsey Brothers

“Is That Religion?” Composed by Maceo Pinkard (music) and Mitchell Parish (lyric); arranged by Glenn Miller. Mildred Bailey accompanied by the Dorsey Brothers. Recorded for Brunswick on April 8, 1933 in New York City. Mildred Bailey, vocal; Tommy Dorsey, trombone,directing: Bunny Berigan, trumpet; Jimmy Dorsey, clarinet and alto saxophone; unknown tenor saxophonist; Fulton McGrath, piano; […]

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“Jingle Bells” (1941) Glenn Miller

“Jingle Bells” Composed by J.S. Pierpont; arranged by Bill Finegan and Glenn Miller. Recorded live on the CBS “Moonlight Serenade Chesterfield Time with Glenn Miller” radio show on December 24, 1941. Glenn Miller, first trombone, directing: Dale “Mickey” McMickle, first trumpet; John Best, Billy May, Bobby Hackett, trumpets; Jimmy Priddy, Paul Tanner, Frankie D’Annolfo, trombones; […]

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