Miller Memories Links


GMA = Glenn Miller Archives at The University of Colorado, Boulder... Direct Link
ABSIE = American Broadcasting Station in Europe... Direct Link
OWI = American Office of War Information...  Direct Link
AFRS = American (or Armed) Forces Radio Service... Various Links

Major Glenn Miller, Army Air Force Band...
AAF Band
Major Glenn Miller's Army Air Force Band on FACEBOOK
AAF Training Command




Glenn Miller A Memorial 1944 - 1969 album

This is a great vinyl album with nearly all of the Miller Band's major hits. A must have for any Glenn Miller fan. All tracks added to LIVE365's radio station called 'Glenn Miller Memories'  Absolutely love it!! I received the record with a note from the seller which was the icing on the cake! Get yours before it sells for bargain price...below:

 

Miller band bassest Trigger Alpert dies December 22, 2013

Herman "Trigger" Alpert (born September 3, 1916) was an American jazz double-bassist. He was born in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Alpert attended Indiana University in the late 1930s and moved to New York City, where he played with Alvino Rey in 1940 and with Glenn Miller soon after. Over the course of the 1940s he played with Tex Beneke, Benny Goodman, Bud Freeman, Ella Fitzgerald, Muggsy Spanier, Roy Eldridge, Louis Armstrong, Ray McKinley, Bernie Leighton (1945–46), Frank Sinatra, Woody Herman, and Jerry Jerome. In the 1950s he worked with Artie Shaw, Coleman Hawkins, the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra, Mundell Lowe, Don Elliott, Gene Krupa, and Buddy Rich. He released one album as a bandleader on Riverside Records in 1956, entitled Trigger Happy!. Tony Scott, Zoot Sims, Al Cohn, Joe Wilder, Urbie Green, and Ed Shaughnessy all appear on the album. In 1970 he left music and took up photography. - Wikipedia