|Performer:||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra|
|Title:||By The Waters Of Minnetonka (Indian Love Song)|
|Other format:||DMF WMA RA AU MP1 TTA AUD|
|By The Waters Of Minnetonka (Indian Love Song)|
|EPBT 3036, 947-0091||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||By The Waters Of Minnetonka (Indian Love Song) (7", EP)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||EPBT 3036, 947-0091||US||1952|
|EPBT 3036, 947-0091||Glenn Miller And His Orchestra||By The Waters Of The Minnetonka (7", EP, M/Print)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||EPBT 3036, 947-0091||US||1952|
Glenn Miller is a compilation album released posthumously by bandleader Glenn Miller, on the label RCA Victor in 1945, consisting of a collection of four 10" 78 rpm discs, released as part of the Victor Musical Smart Set series. The album was number one for a total of 16 weeks on the newly created Billboard album charts in 1945. The album was certified Gold in July 1968 by the RIAA. The album is also known under the title Glenn Miller & His Orchestra. These reissued songs were featured on a 4-disc, 78 rpm album set, RCA Victor P-148. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra released: 1999. The Collection (Special Russian Version) released: 1999. The One and Only Glenn Miller released: 1999. In the Mood With Glenn Miller released: 1999. The Essential Collection: A Portrait of Glenn Miller, Volume 3 released: 1999. Essential: Masters of Jazz released: 1999.
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra – Introduction/The Lady's In Love With You. 2:27. Glenn Miller Orchestra – Yes My Darling Daughter. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Glenn Miller, Ernie Caceres, Marion Hutton, The Modernaires – Let's Have Another Cup Of Coffee (From Fac. :05. Marion Hutton, The Modernaires, Glenn Miller Orchestra – When Johnny Comes Marching Home. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton – The Man With The Mandolin. :03. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra – Juke Box Saturday Night.
By The Waters of Minnetonka (Indian Love Song) by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra. 3. 30. King Porter Stomp. by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra. Pagan Love Song by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra. 16. Ding-Dong! the Witch is Dead. Ding-Dong! the Witch is Dead by Glenn Miller & His Orchestra.
By The Waters Of Minnetonka (Indian Love Song). Written-By – Cavanass, Lieurance. B3. Serenade In Blue. Written-By – Warren, Gordon. Orchestra – Glenn Miller And His Orchestra. Producer – Mike Lipskin. Vocals – Marion Hutton (tracks: A6), Ray Eberle (tracks: A2, A4, A5, B1, B3), Tex Beneke (tracks: A6). Outras versões (5 de 11) Ver tudo.
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Vocal: Ray Eberle - Moon Love 02:56. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Over the Rainbow 02:31. Glenn Miller And His Orchestra - Chattanooga Choo Choo 03:30. Glenn Miller - In the Mood 03:34.
However, true Glenn Miller fans should consider this remarkable reissue to be essential; it's all here. By the Waters of Minnetonka. Glenn Miller, The Glenn Miller Orchestra.
Glenn Miller and His Orchestra was an American swing dance band formed by Glenn Miller in 1938. Arranged around a clarinet and tenor saxophone playing melody, and three other saxophones playing harmony, the band became the most popular and commercially successful dance orchestra of the Swing era and one of the greatest singles charting acts of the 20th century.