[78-L] Glenn Miller - why so late on the label?
bowiebks at isomedia.com
Mon Jun 3 11:23:49 PDT 2013
That is a good question, David...Ballew's name was on plenty of dates
around this time so why not this one as well?
I'll take friendly issue with your leaving Miller off the 100 Hot T-Bone
list...I can think of several sides where he does very well...of course the
MCBB Victors but also the Nichols Brunswick as by "The Captivators" of
Building a Nest For Mary...nice little hott-ish solo and it must be his
arrangement as well.
None of this is to dis Joe Yukl, who should also be on the Top 100!
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>I always approached that 1935 session from the opposite tack: Why on earth
>put Miller's name on the label when it was a Smith Ballew date? I guess
>Miller may still have been doing some arranging for Ballew even though he
>was with Ray Noble and the session was a little quid pro quo. Unlike B.G.
>or the Dorseys who were known as virtuosi, Miller would have a tough time
>beating out Joe Yukl in the top 100 hot trombone list. Berigan was featured
>on the CBS Saturday Night Swing Club long before he was ready to actually
>hit the road with a band of his own.
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> From: Rodger Holtin [mailto:rjh334578 at yahoo.com]
> Sent: Sunday, June 2, 2013 07:52 PM
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> Subject: Re: [78-L] Glenn Miller - why so late on the label?
> Evidently I was not clear enough on the question.Why did it take him until
> 1935 to get credited such as "Glenn Miller and His ..." ...orchestra,
> boys, men etc?RodgerFor Best Results use Victor Needles..--- On Sun,
> 6/2/13, David Lennick wrote:From: David Lennick Subject: Re: [78-L] Glenn
> Miller - why so late on the label?To: "78-L Mail List"
> <78-l at klickitat.78online.com>Date: Sunday, June 2, 2013, 7:44 PMHe's on
> the label of the Dorsey Brothers ANNIE'S COUSIN FANNY as composer, and I
> think that's 1933.dlOn 6/2/2013 8:41 PM, Ron L'Herault wrote:> He was an
> active sideman, e.g. with the Mound City Blue Blowers on "Hello> Lola" and
> if memory serves, was in sections which included T.>> Ron
> L>> -----Original Message-----> From: 78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com>
> [mailto:78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com] On Behalf Of Rodger Holtin>
> Sent: Sunday, June 02, 2013 7:00 PM> To: 78-List> Subject: [78-L] Glenn
> Miller - why so late on the label?>>>> Glenn> Miller was older and had
> around as long or longer than Benny Goodman,> Jack Teagarden or even
> Bunny Berigan, but all of them got their names on the> label of some
> studio sides they made long before Miller; BG in the 1920s,> Jack in> 1930
> and even relative latecomer Berigan in 1933. As a contractor known to> all
> the producers, Miller surely had the contacts, and he had his sights set>
> on leadership since he was in college, so why did it take him until 1935
> to> get his name on the label? Coincidences, or some plan of delayed>
> gratification, or waiting until he felt the time was right?? Did he tell>
> George T Simon? Anybody know?>>>>> Rodger>>>> For Best Results use Victor
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