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Glenn Miller and the American Band of the Allied Supreme Command broadcast of July 23, 1944, guest singer British star Anne Shelton.
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Jeff Bailey said on October 7, 2018
Fine music to model by!
Jeff Bailey said on October 8, 2018
My Dad (a huge fan of dance bands & jazz) called that “Belly Rubbin’ Music!” LoL!
david leigh-smith said on October 7, 2018
Also great Sunday morning music.
Craig Abrahamson said on October 7, 2018
Always watch “The Glenn Miller Story” whenever I see it listed – although I haven’t seen it in quite a while now. Thanks for the post.
bob mack said on October 7, 2018
i just heard on jeopardy or cash cab recently it’s believed he was taken out by friendly fire…the RAF…what say yea…never heard that till now/ though i heard circumstances were mysterious as a kid…what a horrible thing for somebody to have to live down…almost like taking out Santa Claus…i’m a big Vera Lynn fan…when the lights come on again, all over the world…………bless em all
Tom Cleaver said on October 7, 2018
Yes, it’s now understood that the Norseman strayed into a part of the Channel where aircraft could drop unexpended ordnance. The weather was bad and they didn’t see the formation of RAF bombers overhead that dropped their bombs, one of which struck the Norseman.
thank you…sad for all…what irony
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