ALBUM: Something New
RELEASED: 1965
COMPOSER: Ervan Coleman
PERFORMER: The Glenn Miller Orchestra under the direction of Buddy de Franco
THE GM ORCHESTRA YEARS ACTIVE: 1937-1944; 1956-PRESENT

~~Take the distinctively crisp sound of reeds and swinging rhythm, so characteristic of The Glenn Miller Orchestra, blend them with the sound and the songs made famous by The Tijuana Brass, and you come up with one of the most exciting listening experiences ever put into an album. ¬As The Glenn Miller Orchestra, under the brilliant direction of Buddy De Franco, translates such current hits as "A Taste of Honey", "What Now My Love", "Tijuana Taxi" and " Theme from ' Zorba the Greek' " a new, surprisingly original sound is born -- A sound that can only be translated into words like "Fantastic" and "Spectacular"!~~

1966

Jazz / Big Band

Orchester Erwin Halletz
Kriminal-Magazin

Fletcher Henderson
A Study In Frustration (The Fletcher Henderson Story)

The Mike Flowers Pops
A Groovy Place

Benny Goodman
Live At Carnegie Hall 40th Anniversary Concert

Guy Lombardo And His Royal Canadians
Till We Two Are One / Our Heartbreaking Waltz

Irving Berlin
Cheek To Cheek: The Irving Berlin Songbook

Paul Kuhn
Millionäre Aus USA

Gunther Schuller
Modern Jazz Concert

Oliver Nelson
Black, Brown And Beautiful

Charles Mingus
Let My Children Hear Music

The Four Lads
Por La Acera Soleada

Duke Ellington
It Don't Mean A Thing If It Ain't Got That Swing