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Ray Miller And His Orchestra - On The Way To Monterey / That's My Girl FLAC album

Performer: Ray Miller And His Orchestra
Genre: Jazz / Pop music
Title: On The Way To Monterey / That's My Girl
Released: 1925
FLAC version ZIP size: 1268 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1289 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1199 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 573

Listen to That's A Plenty from Ray Miller And His Orchestra's Muggshot for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Starting off as a singing waiter in 1916 in Chicago, he made his way to New York where he started his first band, The Black and White Melody Boys, playing mostly Dixieland jazz. They recorded tracks on various labels from 1920 to 1923. Miller augmented his band, the style changed to contemporary jazz and by 1924, Miller and his group were recording.

Ray Miller's Orchestra discography. A history of Jazz before 1930. This site contains over 3000 songs from this era in Real Audio 3 format, as well as hundreds of biographies and discographies of Jazz musicians. On the other hand, the arrangement of That's My Girl is hotting it up from the start. Tram jumps in nicely, Mole takes his turn, with some of his trademarks, leading into a steaming final ensemble. This side is a fine demonstration of the easy swing this group of musicians had developed. With Ray Miller, in January 1929, it was decided that Muggsy would be featured on two sides of a hot record and the tunes chosen had already become jazz standards, since they had been launched by the New Orleans Rhythm Kings in 1923. Both That's A Plenty and Angry not only feature Muggsy's unforgettable solos, but Jimmy Cannon's clarinet playing is equally impressive, including his low register work.

Ray Eberle, Glenn Miller & His Orchestra – Moon Love. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra – The Nearness Of You. 2:26. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra, Ray Eberle – Over the Rainbow (From The Wizard of Oz ). 3:31. Glenn Miller & His Orch. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra – Elmer's Tune.

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A String of Pearls" is a 1941 song recorded by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra on RCA Bluebird, composed by Jerry Gray with lyrics by Eddie DeLange. The song is a big band and jazz standard. It was released as an RCA Bluebird 78 single, B-11382-B, backed with "Day Dreaming", in 1941 by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra.

that’s my lil' baby She call me daddy like grandmama baby If this Sunday dinner, my hand on her gravy I been on the craziest wave, if I'm on the stage An M is my minimum wage This ain't no kennel, behave Niggas is with all that barking, we send 'em a stray So in a way we the dogcatchers. door I ain't never let 'em in Now you know that that's cap, know I hit a few Ain't no job, I'm selling gas like I'm Jiffy Lube I had a freak, used to fuck while her boyfriend in class I hit her from the back from like 10 to 2 No back and forth with these rappers

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. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - In the Mood 03:35. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Rug Cutter’s Swing 02:34. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Moonlight Serenade 03:22. Glenn Miller and his Orchestra - Over The Rainbow 02:27. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - My Blue Heaven 02:30. The Glenn Miller Orchestra - Rhapsody In Blue 03:01. Glenn Miller - Caribbean Clipper 02:38.


A On The Way To Monterey
B That's My Girl

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company