Glenn Miller In The Mood.mp3
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The Glenn Miller 1939 recording on RCA Bluebird, B-10416-A, was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1983. The recording by Glenn Miller is one of the most recognized and most popular instrumentals of the 20th century. The song even appeared in The Beatles "All You Need is Love" #1 single in 1967 and in the Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers rendition in 1989, "Swing the Mood", a no. 1 smash around the world. A version was also released as V-Disc 842B in May, 1948 by Glenn Miller and Overseas Band by the U.S. War Department.
It opens with a now-famous sax section theme, and is joined by trumpets and trombones after 13 counts. It has two main solo sections; a "tenor fight" soloin the most famous recording, between Tex Beneke and Al Klinkand a 16-bar trumpet solo. It is also famous for its ending.
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