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1939 GLENN MILLER Cinderella (Stay In My Arms) RAY EBERLE vocals — 78 RPM Record — Big Band

Glenn Miller And His Orchestra – Cinderella (Stay In My Arms)
Fox Trot — Vocal refrain by Ray Eberle
Written by Jimmy Kennedy and Michael Carr
78 RPM audio transfer from Bowness Arts’ collection of vintage records.

Glenn Miller And His Orchestra – Cinderella / Moon Love
Label: Bluebird (3) – B-10303
Format: Shellac, 10″, 78 RPM
Recorded: May 25, 1939
Released: 1939
Genre: Big Band Jazz
Style: Jazz Vocal, Pop Vocal
Other side of this record: Moon Love

Glenn Miller was born as Alton Glen Miller on March 1, 1904 in Clarinda, Iowa. Miller was an American big band trombonist, composer, arranger, and conductor in the 1930s and 1940s, and an officer in the U.S. Army (Air Corps) during World War II. His civilian band, Glenn Miller and his Orchestra, was the best-selling recording band from 1939 to 1942. It was also a touring band that played multiple radio broadcasts nearly every day. Miller’s recordings include «In the Mood», his number one theme song «Moonlight Serenade», «PEnnsylvania 6-5000», «Chattanooga Choo Choo», «A String of Pearls», «At Last», «(I’ve Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo», «American Patrol», «Tuxedo Junction», «Elmer’s Tune», «Little Brown Jug», and «Anvil Chorus». In just four years, Miller scored 16 number one records and 69 top 10 hits, which is more than Elvis Presley (40) and the Beatles (33) got in their careers. His musical legacy includes multiple recordings of his that are in the Grammy Hall of Fame. On December 15, 1944, Miller’s aircraft disappeared over the English Channel. He and the others on the plane were missing in action, but they were soon given a Finding of Death (FOD) by the U.S. Army. In February 1945, he was posthumously awarded the Bronze Star Medal.

Ray Eberle was born January 19, 1919 in Mechanicville, New York. He was a vocalist during the Big Band Era, making his name with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. His elder brother, Bob Eberly, sang with the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra. Ray Eberle sang lead on «Sometime», composed by Glenn Miller in 1939, «Polka Dots and Moonbeams», «At Last», a number 9 chart hit on Billboard in 1942, and «To You», but Miller ran a tight ship and often fired people after one negative incident. Eberle was stuck in traffic one day during a Chicago engagement, and was late for a rehearsal. Miller fired him on the spot, and replaced him in June 1942 with Skip Nelson. After his departure from Miller, Eberle briefly joined Gene Krupa’s band before launching a solo career. He led his own orchestra, called The Ray Eberle Orchestra, as well as the Serenade In Blue Orchestra from 1943, and maintained his band until his death. Ray Eberle died of a heart attack in Douglasville, Georgia, on August 25, 1979, aged 60.

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Barbra Streisand turns 80 on Sunday

(22 Apr 2022)
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London, UK, 17 March 1966
1. Various of Barbara Streisand meeting Princess Margaret
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Burbank, 19 March 1974
2. Medium of Barbara Streisand talking to Prince Charles
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London, 25 February 1992
3. Arrival of Barbara Streisand to «Prince of Tides» premiere
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New York, November 1996
4. Various of James Brolin and Barbara Streisand arriving for the premiere of «The Mirror Has Two Faces»
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Los Angeles, 27th February 2005
5. Tilt up Barbara Streisand
Los Angeles, 10 December 2012
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Barbra Streisand/Actress, on making «The Guilt Trip»:
«Well I was coming out of a long phase of non-working. You know, just making private records and so forth. It’s hard when you make a movie. You have to get up early and you have to put on make-up and have clothes fittings and you know, it’s sort of a pain in the neck in a way. So to commit to a whole movie?»
Seth Rogen/Actor:
«It’s harder than doing nothing all day (Laughs.)»
Barbra Streisand/Actress:
«That’s right. Nothing is much less work (Laughs.).»
Seth Rogen/Actor:
«Nothing is much easier.»
Barbra Streisand/Actress:
«So I had to think a long time about it. Whether I wanted to really do a whole movie and play another Jewish mother kind of thing but it got me.»
Los Angeles, 17 October 2011
7. Barbra Streisand and husband James Brolin, walking into arrival line
New York, 11 November 2013
8. Various James Brolin and Barbra Streisand posing for photos
Washington — 24 November 2015
9. Medium of Barbara Streisand
10. Wide Barack Obama placing Presidential Medal of Freedom on Streisand
Los Angeles, 13 September 2018
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Barbra Streisand, recording artist:»My first endowments out of my foundation was to the Environmental Protection Agency.  And we are seeing, you know, what happened by not paying attention to this: the droughts, the storms, people being killed, hurricanes, mega fires.»
American singer, actress, and filmmaker Barbra Streisand will turn 80 on Sunday (24 APRIL 2022).
Born in Brooklyn, New York City, Streisand started sing in various nightclubs around the city.
Her first television appearance was on ‘The Tonight Show’ during an April 1961 episode with the usual host Jack Paar.
In 1963, Streisand released her first album, ‘The Barbra Streisand Album,’ which reached the top 10 on the Billboard chart and won three Grammy Awards.
Streisand also won the 1968 Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in «Funny Girl.’
The revival of  the «Funny Girl» musical coincidentally opens on Broadway Sunday night, starring Beanie Feldstein. .
Performing for over six decades, Streisand is among the few performers awarded an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony (EGOT).
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