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John Fowler
2020-10-03 22:07:31 UTC
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2020-10-03 22:18:01 UTC
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American Patrol -- Glenn Miller's rec was popular
John Fowler
2020-10-04 10:02:23 UTC
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American Patrol -- Glenn Miller's rec was popular
Composed by Frank W. Meacham (1856 – 1909).
His most famous work is American Patrol (1885), a popular march. Written originally for piano, it was then arranged for wind band and published by Carl Fischer in 1891.
It was later arranged for Glenn Miller's swing band by Jerry Gray, and was also arranged by composer Morton Gould.
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Kerrison
2020-10-05 16:56:46 UTC
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American Patrol -- Glenn Miller's rec was popular
Composed by Frank W. Meacham (1856 – 1909).
His most famous work is American Patrol (1885), a popular march. Written originally for piano, it was then arranged for wind band and published by Carl Fischer in 1891.
It was later arranged for Glenn Miller's swing band by Jerry Gray, and was also arranged by composer Morton Gould.
Thank you, Wikipedia
And here's the Morton Gould "Living Stereo" version ...


John Fowler
2020-10-05 18:25:35 UTC
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American Patrol -- Glenn Miller's rec was popular
Composed by Frank W. Meacham (1856 – 1909).
His most famous work is American Patrol (1885), a popular march. Written originally for piano, it was then arranged for wind band and published by Carl Fischer in 1891.
It was later arranged for Glenn Miller's swing band by Jerry Gray, and was also arranged by composer Morton Gould.
Thank you, Wikipedia
And here's the Morton Gould "Living Stereo" version ...
http://youtu.be/mmm4oo4kIIg
I always wondered what a naked woman was doing on the cover.
Owen
2020-10-05 20:36:32 UTC
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American Patrol -- Glenn Miller's rec was popular
Composed by Frank W. Meacham (1856 – 1909).
His most famous work is American Patrol (1885), a popular march. Written originally for piano, it was then arranged for wind band and published by Carl Fischer in 1891.
It was later arranged for Glenn Miller's swing band by Jerry Gray, and was also arranged by composer Morton Gould.
Thank you, Wikipedia
And here's the Morton Gould "Living Stereo" version ...
http://youtu.be/mmm4oo4kIIg
I always wondered what a naked woman was doing on the cover.
She's married to Efram Cymbalist, Jr.

-Owen
number_six
2020-10-05 23:14:27 UTC
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American Patrol -- Glenn Miller's rec was popular
Composed by Frank W. Meacham (1856 – 1909).
His most famous work is American Patrol (1885), a popular march. Written originally for piano, it was then arranged for wind band and published by Carl Fischer in 1891.
It was later arranged for Glenn Miller's swing band by Jerry Gray, and was also arranged by composer Morton Gould.
Thank you, Wikipedia
And here's the Morton Gould "Living Stereo" version ...
http://youtu.be/mmm4oo4kIIg
I always wondered what a naked woman was doing on the cover.
She's married to Efram Cymbalist, Jr.
-Owen
Since your latest Kaper has an FBI Theme, it appears the Bureau has Strzok again!

Good tradecraft on the "cough drop" joke the other day, BTW.

number_six
2020-10-05 19:38:38 UTC
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American Patrol -- Glenn Miller's rec was popular
Composed by Frank W. Meacham (1856 – 1909).
His most famous work is American Patrol (1885), a popular march. Written originally for piano, it was then arranged for wind band and published by Carl Fischer in 1891.
It was later arranged for Glenn Miller's swing band by Jerry Gray, and was also arranged by composer Morton Gould.
Thank you, Wikipedia
And here's the Morton Gould "Living Stereo" version ...
http://youtu.be/mmm4oo4kIIg
One of the stranger Living Stereo cd issues, this makes a mish-mash of the play order of the two LPs from which the tracks were drawn.

I liked the youtube comment that American Patrol was first recorded "in a small dog".
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