Ray Miller And His Orchestra - Harlem Madness / Ain't You, Baby? download mp3 album
Ray Miller's Orchestra discography. A history of Jazz before 1930. This site contains over 3000 songs from this era in Real Audio 3 format, as well as hundreds of biographies and discographies of Jazz musicians. His jazz output was limited, however. One more title from this period, Harlem Madness also features a heavily Bix-influenced trumpet solo. Ray Miller's story has to end here. The next six months he had two more recording sessions which did not produce anything jazz-worthy At a relatively young age he disappeared from the scene. Presently, nothing is known of his further exploits. Knox, Marshall Philyaw and James Gallup for their help with this page.
Album: Ray Miller and his Brunswick Orchestra 1924-1929. Brunswick Orchestra, Ray Miller: best 2 tracks. Ray Miller - ie Schlager Favourites, Vol. 2, 2013 03:17. Ray Miller - Fussballwild ist Austria - Österreich gewinnt Fussballgeil ist Austria, 2009 03:55. Artist: Ray Miller Brunswick Orchestra.
Ain't You, Baby? Doodle-Doo Doo. Just a Little Drink. Milton Ager, Jack Yellen.
Ray Miller and his Orchestra - You Want Lovin' (But I Want Love) - 1929. Al Bowlly with Ray Noble His American Orchestra - You Were There (Radio) 1936. CD Special- One Mint Julep - Ray Charles and his Orchestra, 1961.
Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - I Know Why 03:01. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Chattanooga Choo-Choo 03:27. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Be Happy 02:10. Ray Eberle, Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Moon Love 02:53. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra - Moonlight Serenade 03:23. Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - Chattanooga Choo-Choo 03:28.
The Nearness of You (Remastered 1994) Glenn Miller and his Orchestra, Ray Eberle. Sunrise Serenade Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. Pennsylvania 6-5000 (Remastered 1994) Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. You And I (Remastered 1994) Glenn Miller and his Orchestra, Ray Eberle. My Melancholy Baby Glenn Miller. Sold American Glenn Miller. Take The 'A' Train Glenn Miller. Swing Low Sweet Chariot Glenn Miller. Ain't Cha Comin' Out Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. Chatanooga Choo-choo Glenn Miller & His Orchestra. Moonlight Serenade (Remastered) Glenn Miller. Over the Rainbow Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. I Dream I Dwelt In Harlem Glenn Miller, His Orchestra. Sun Valley Jump Glenn Miller, His Orchestra. Sold American Glenn Miller, His Orchestra.
Ray Miller was a popular bandleader of the 1920s who performed and recorded with various top-notch musicians under such names as Ray Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Miller’s Orchestra and Ray Miller and His Brunswick Orchestra. Starting off as a singing waiter in 1916 in Chicago, he made his way to New York where he started his first band, The Black and White Melody Boys, playing mostly Dixieland jazz. They recorded tracks on various labels from 1920 to 1923.
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