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    Posted 3 months ago

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    The Legendary Glenn Miller(1904-1944).
    An Extended Play 45 RPM containing two songs on each side. Often referred to as a Mini Album.
    Released In 1952 By The RCA Record Lable.
    Glenn disappeared during his time of service during WWII. His remains have never been found. This caused a influx of Glenn Miller material to be released on vinyl. This 45 disc being released only 2 years after the first 45s were introduced.
    Extended Play 45s were not done too much by the record labels. More money to be made with just one song each side..more releases for more songs on separate discs.

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    1. Vynil33rpm Vynil33rpm, 3 months ago
      Glenn Miller one of my big band favorites
      thought to be shot down by friendly fire
      Flying off the coast of England
    2. Newfld Newfld, 3 months ago
      I love his music, the big band sound of the war years. Excellent film of his life The Glenn Miller Story with James Stewart, tells so much about his creative genius. Super post Thomas
    3. Brunswick Brunswick, 3 months ago
      Vynil..I believe over the English Channel. They say he disappeared and not M.I.A., Due to that he was not in combat of any kind that is known.,
      Jenni, Like alot of music, during Miller's era, big band/Jazz Music began to change to what was called, "Bop" Jazz, more of a Bam! To it..adding more emphasis actually to percussion. Glenn left too soon..a year shy of his 40th. Birthday.,
      Fortapache, Officialfuel, Nicefice, Aura, Vetraio, Bobby And Broochman, Thanks To One And All Here Very Much!! Allways!!

    4. Ms.CrystalShip Ms.CrystalShip, 3 months ago
      Thomas, do you have a warehouse full of these iconic old records? These have to be hard to find now a days, and you surprise and delight constantly, not to mention educate...
    5. Brunswick Brunswick, 3 months ago
      I have a few....

    6. iggy iggy, 3 months ago
      Excellent! My mom loves Glenn Miller.
    7. Toyrebel Toyrebel, 3 months ago
      Thanks for sharing Thomas. I loved the Big Band music, it's what influenced me to attempt to play the clarinet. Glenn was stationed at Maxwell AFB for a while in WW II, he had a Christmas concert that was incredible. Every December the Maxwell group established in memory of Glen gives a Christmas concert of classic Big Band music. These guys are great muscians, I highly recommend checking them out sometime.
    8. Brunswick Brunswick, 3 months ago
      Bill(Toyrebel), Thanks for the heads up there at Maxwell! I will!!,
      Iggy, Well your Mother has great taste Rich! Thank you here!,
      Mani, PhilDMorris, Alleycat And Daisy, Thanks one and all much!!


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