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The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert is a live album by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. It documents a live concert recorded in Carnegie Hall in 1939. The album was released by RCA Victor in 1958. The live album was released in 1958 by RCA Victor as LPM-1506, featuring Glenn Miller and his Orchestra with Ray Eberle and Marion Hutton on vocals. The album documents the band's concert at Carnegie Hall, recorded on Friday, October 6, 1939.
Alton Glenn Miller was born in Clarinda, Iowa on March 1, 1904. But it was in North Platte, Nebraska, several years later that Glenn actually got his musical start when, one day, his father brought home a mandolin. Glenn promptly traded it for an old battered horn, which he practiced every chance he got. In fact his mother worried, It got to where Pop and I used to wonder if he’d ever amount to anything. In 1923, Miller entered the University of Colorado, although he spent more time traveling to auditions and playing where and whenever he could. The Orchestra was invited by ASCAP to perform at Carnegie Hall with three of the greatest bands ever - Paul Whiteman, Fred Waring and Benny Goodman - and created more of a stir than any of them. There were record-breaking recordings, as well, such as Tuxedo Junction, which sold 115,000 copies in the first week.
He had a reputation for stuffiness that has outlived him - he did, indeed, hold the jazzier impulses of his bandmembers in check - but here the performance really jumps. The core of Miller 's repertory is featured, including a swinging version of "Little Brown Jug," a bracing "Running Wild," a rocking "Bugle Call Rag," and a bouncing, soaring "One O'Clock Jump" (complete with a male chorus that works), all culminating in a cooking version of "In the Mood" ( Miller 's latest recording at the time of the show).
Moonlight Serenade/Running Wild" (live At Carnegie Hall, NYC, October 6, 1939) (3:51). 2. "Sunrise Serenade" (live At Carnegie Hall, NYC, October 6, 1939) (3:44). 3. "Little Brown Jug" (live At Carnegie Hall, NYC, October 6, 1939) (3:13). 5. "One O'clock Jump" (live At Carnegie Hall, NYC, October 6, 1939) (5:20). 6. "Londonderry Air (Danny Boy)" (live At Carnegie Hall, NYC, October 6, 1939) (2:14).
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra. Exclusive Prime pricing. The 12 examples on RCA's 1956 black label album entitled GLENN MILLER CONCERT (LPM 1193) are a real tribute to engineers who set up mikes in less-than-ideal dance halls or ven outdoors and somehow managed to send back to their stations a signal that must've sounded wonderful over parlor console and car radio alike. SIDE ONE NOTES . Glenn loved Basie's orchestra, thus his cover of the Count's theme. Chummy MacGregor boogies on the keys, Tex Beneke has a tenor sax solo and trumpeter Clyde Hurley gets several choruses.
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Written-By – Glenn Miller
Written-By – Gibbs*, Grey*, Wood*
Written-By – Frankie Carle, Jack Lawrence
|A3||Little Brown Jug
Written-By – Billy Finegan*
|A4a||Stairway To The Stars
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Signorelli*, Malneck*, Parish*
Vocals – Ray EberleWritten-By – Davis*, Shapiro*, Dorsey*
|A5||One O'Clock Jump
Written-By – Count Basie
|B1||Londonderry Air (Danny Boy)
Written-By – Traditional*
|B2a||Jim Jam Jump
Vocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – Calloway*, Froeba*, Palmer*
Vocals – Band*, Marion HuttonWritten-By – Harold J. Rome*
Band – Band*Vocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – Brandow*, Ware*, Spotswood*
|B3||In The Mood
Written-By – Razaf*, Garland*
|B4a||Bugle Call Rag
Featuring, Drums – Maurice PurtillWritten-By – Meyers*, Schoebel*, Pettis*
Written-By – Glenn Miller
- Copyright (c) – Radio Corporation Of America
- Recorded At – Carnegie Hall
- Bass – Rowland Bundock*
- Drums – Maurice Purtill
- Guitar – Richard Fisher
- Piano – J. C. McGregor*
- Saxophone – Al Klink, Hal McIntyre, Jimmy Abato, Tex Beneke, Wilbur Schwartz
- Trombone – Al Mastren, Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Tommy Mack
- Trumpet – Clyde Hurley, R. D. McMickle*, John Best, Lee Knowles*
NotesBlack nipper label variant
Recorded October 6, 1939 at Carnegie Hall.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): H2 PP6679-2S B 4 R
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): H 2 PP-6680-11S A1 R
|LPM-1506||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-1506||US||1958|
|LPM-1506||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert (LP, Album)||RCA||LPM-1506||Argentina||Unknown|
|WOU 1506||Glenn Miller||The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 1506||US||2010|
|LPM 1506 C, LPM-1506-C||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA, RCA||LPM 1506 C, LPM-1506-C||Germany||1958|
|LPM 1506, LPM-1506||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||The Glenn Miller Carnegie Hall Concert (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LPM 1506, LPM-1506||US||1958|