We have a doctor in the house! Today we welcome Dr. Glenn Miller, aka Dr. Wellness! His story of transformation and accomplishments is one to listen to. We are so grateful for his time today plus that he is holding Shawn accountable for drinking water. Find Dr Wellness at: Instagram: @iamdrwellness
This is the final part of my Glenn Miller birthday salute. Today we'll be playing music from Glenn's Army Air Force Orchestra. There are some great selections on this show as they all came from RCA Victor's Glenn Miller - A Legendary Performer Part 3. I really enjoyed the music in this set as I was putting it together. There is a great version of Mel Powell's Mission to Moscow featuring the great Peanuts Hucko on clarinet. Happy Birthday Glenn and thank you for the music. Please visit this podcast at http://bigbandbashfm.blogspot.com
I have been a fan of Glenn Miller's music ever since I went to hear the Glenn Miller Orchestra when they appeared in my home town of Cleveland Ohio when I was a senior in high school. We are celebrating Glenn's birthday of March 01, 1904 by playing selections from a three volume set from RCA records call Glenn Miller - A Legendary Performer. This week we wind up our selections from Volume One which feature live radio remotes and continue with Volume Two featuring some studio recordings. There is some great music for all the Miller fans as we pay a birthday salute to Glenn Miller. Please visit this podcast at http://bigbandbashfm.blogspot.com
Glenn Miller was born on March 1, 1904. To celebrate his birthday this year I would like to play songs from a three record set from RCA records called Glenn Miller A Legendary Performer. The first album is a two record set of live radio recordings. Volume Two is a single LP of studio recordings and Volume Three features songs from Glenn's Army Air Force Orchestra. What better way to celebrate the birthday of one of America's most beloved bandleaders. Please visit this podcast at http://bigbandbashfm.blogspot.com
One of things I used to love watching my parents do...was dance. These two were so graceful on the dance floor. They made it look as if it was only the two of them in the entire hall. And almost like they were floating on air. They really were a joy to watch. So in today’s episode, we’re going to play music from one of the kings of the dance hall. Buckle up for Volume 2: The Glenn Miller Collection Part One Glenn Miller And His Orchestra – Second PressingLabel: RCA Victor – LPT 6700Series: Collectors Issue5 × Vinyl, LP, CompilationReleased: 1956 SHOW CORRECTION: I said 1962 in the recording. The SECOND Volume of this collection was released in 1962. Credits and Copyrights:Moonlight SerenadeVocals – Paula Kelly, The ModernairesWritten-By – Glenn Miller PerfidiaVocals – Paula Kelly, The ModernairesWritten-By – Alberto Dominguez Weekend Of A Private SecretaryVocals – Marion HuttonWritten-By – Bernie Hanighen, Johnny Mercer Always In My HeartVocals – Ray Eberle, The ModernairesWritten-By – Ernesto Lecuona, Kim Gannon Boulder BuffWritten-By – Eugen Novello, Fred Norman The Lamplighter's SerenadeVocals – Ray Eberle, The ModernairesWritten-By – Hoagie Carmichael, Paul Francis Webster Farewell BluesWritten-By – Elmer Schoebel, Leon Rappolo, Paul Mares Manufactured By – RCA Victor Company, Ltd. All photos are in the Public Domain. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain. See this album on Discogs. Visit the Show websiteOr the Show YouTube ChannelFollow the Show Facebook Page
Interview #6 - The Glenn Miller experience. You'll love him after you get to know him. I swear.
Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
“I’m not for everybody… and maybe they need to order a different dish." ...turns out we need guys like this to save the world.Episode notes:How do I sum up Glenn Miller? That is the question of the day for anyone who knows him. And it does take some poking - but I get him rolling. By the end of the episode I couldn’t stop laughing. At the age of 71’ish the wheels come the rest of the way off. He’s gonna die, the love of his life moves a different direction, and it is the peak of his financial distress. And then the fun starts… But before all this, serendipity saves his sanity, gives him access to new levels of legit service, and pulls him out of the brink of clinical depression. You’ll just have to listen for the rest! (And the outtake is so good I had to let it keep rolling). See what Glenn helped create at: https://fshnc.org/. The First Step House North County. And donate here: https://fshnc.org/donate/ to help save lives. Start podcasting! Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic, you can literally take it anywhere on the fly https://amzn.to/2Mnba3QAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resources. Email me: email@example.comFor social Media: https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
The Glenn Miller Story - Chapter 1 - by Andy Mansfield - 1956
In this 1956 production, Andy Mansfield, half of the "Turn Back The Clock" hosts (Virginia, his wife, was the other half)... produced this 18 Chapter story of Glenn Miller's civilian and military band life. This is Chapter 1 and has a more extensive introduction to the series. The other Chapters will basically just be the rebroadcast of Andy Mansfield's 1956 "The Glenn Miller Story" programs. They will all be living in "The Glenn Miller Story" Playlist on this program.
OTR Christmas Shows - Glenn Miller AAF Christmas Program - 1943-12-18 AFRS I Sustain the Wings
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In this short bonus episode, we discuss yet another history mystery: the disappearance of Glenn Miller. Glenn Miller was one of the most famous celebrities of the 1940s, known for such hit as Moonlight Serenade, Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree, and Little Brown Jug. But in 1944, he disappeared on his way to preform for US troops in Paris. What happened to him? Was it simply a case of pilot error or was there something greater? We don't have answers, but it's a good story. music by V►LH►LL vlhll.bandcamp.com