Glenn Miller and His Orchestra

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


70099. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 18, 1938. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from the Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first selection is, "The Butcher Boy." The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Gail Reese (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal), Ben Grauer (announcer). 29:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

70102. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 19, 1938. The program originates from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first of two broadcasts on this date. The first tune is, "The Lady's In Love With You." The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Tex Beneke (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 14:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70101. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 19, 1938. The program originates from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The second of two broadcasts on this date. The first tune heard is, "One O'Clock Jump." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Tex Beneke (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocla). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73718. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 20, 1938. Red net. Sustaining. 10:30 P. M. A band remote from The Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first tune is, "Why'd Ya Make Me Fall In Love?" Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Gail Reese (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 29:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70100. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 25, 1938. Red net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first tune is, "Why'd Ya Make Me Fall In Love" (announced inaccurately). The program's closing theme ("Moonlight Serenade") is announced as "having no name." The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Gail Reese (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

73719. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 27, 1938. Blue Network. Sustaining. 11:30 P. M. A band remote from The Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first tune is, "Oh! Ma-Ma!" Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Gail Reese (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 29:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete segment.

69539. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 13, 1938. CBS net. Sustaining. A band remote from Roseland State Ballroom, Boston. The first selection heard is, "Dippermouth Blues." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal). 10:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73716. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 23, 1938. Red net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first tune is a medley from, "Showboat." This is followed by: "This Can't Be Love," "What Have You Got That Gets Me?" "With You On My Mind," "King Porter Stomp," "Wait Until My Heart Finds Out," Simple and Sweet" and "By The Waters Of Minnetonka." The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocl), Bill Spargo (announcer). 29:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

102388. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 30, 1938. Red net. Sustaining. 11:30 P.M. A band remote from the Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first tune is, "I Never Knew Knew." This is followed by, "This Can't Be Love," "What Have You Got That Gets Me?" "Change Partners," "When Paw Was Courtin' Ma," "Why Doesn't Somebody Tell Me These Things?" "Down South Camp Meeting" is announced but "With You On My Mind" is played by the band." The final tune is, "Down South Camp Meeting." The date is subject to correction. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal). 29:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69540. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 31, 1938. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first selection is, "The King Porter Stomp." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 13:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Apparently complete.

73717. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. January 6, 1939. Red net. Sustaining. 11:30 P.M. A band remote from The Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first tune is, "The Dipper Mouth Blues." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal), Howard Doyle (announcer). 29:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70098. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. January 18, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Paradise Restaurant, New York City. The first tune is, "Blue Skies." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 29:32. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

70017. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. March 8, 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune heard is, "Sold Americn." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton, Ray Eberle. 10:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

78431. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. March 23, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. 11:30 P.M. A band remote from The Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "Oh, Baby!" The band swings out! The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 29:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

69611. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. March 26, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from The Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "Pagan Love Song." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 28:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70097. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. March 30, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from the Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first announced tune is, "I Get Along Without You Very Well" (poorly sung by Ray Eberle). Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (voal). 19:51. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

78432. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. March 31, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "Blue Skies." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 30:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69623. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. April 4, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. 11:30 P.M. A band remote from The Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "Blue Skies." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 28:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70096. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. April 7, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. 11:30 P. M. A band remote from the Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first announced tune is, "Don't Worry 'Bout Me." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal). 24:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

70109. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. April 18, 1939. Mutual net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "The Lady's In Love With You." The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Tex Beneke (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 29:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66205. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. May 17, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. An opening night band remote from The Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is "At Sundown." "Swing" magazine reported that this matinee performance by the band had 1800 people in attendance and had broken all daytime records for the casino! The network identification is subject to correction. The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), The Modernaires, Hugh James (announcer). 29:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66208. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 13, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "At Sundown." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 28:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

102389. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 19, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "The Lady's In Love With You." This is the first of 2 broadcasts by the band this night. See cat. #73778 for the second one. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray McKinley (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 14:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

73778. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 19, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune heard is, "One O'Clock Jump." The final 14:32 of the program only. This is the second broadcast of the night by the band. See cat. #102389 for the first one. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Tex Beneke (vocal). 14:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

66178. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 20, 1939. Red net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "The Farewell Blues." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 15:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69624. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. June 30, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "The Beer Barrel Polka." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 24:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102391. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. July 14, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "The Beer Barrell Polka Polka." This is the first of two broadcasts by the band this evening. See cat. #70103 for the second. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 14:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70103. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. July 14, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "I Want To Be Happy." The system cue has been deleted. This is the orchestra's second broadcast of the evening. See cat. #102391 for the first. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal). 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

66177. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. July 20, 1939. Red net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "The Lady's In Love With You." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Tex Beneke (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 15:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70105. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. July 24, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "I Want To Be Happy." The first 14:34 of the program only. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Kay Starr (vocal). 14:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

66204. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. July 26, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is "I Want To Be Happy." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Kay Starr. 29:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66140. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. August 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York, sometime during the summer of 1939. The first tune is, "Runnin' Wild." The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal). 15:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

69610. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. August 1, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "The Lady's In Love With You." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Tex Beneke (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 14:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66176. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. August 10, 1939. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Glen Island Casino, New Rochelle, New York. The first tune is, "The Lady's In Love With You." Ray Eberle sings a terible, "Twilight Interlude." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

70104. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. September 5, 1939. NBC net, WFBR, Baltimore origination. Sustaining. A band remote from the Hippodrome Theatre, Baltimore. The first tune is, "Glen Island Special." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 13:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

70018. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. November 16, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. 11:30 P.M. An opening night band remote from The Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "I Want To Be Happy." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Bill Abernathy (announcer). 28:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73715. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. November 25, 1939. Red net. Sustaining. 8:00 P. M. A band remote from The Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "Ain't 'Cha Comin' Out?" Glenn and Bill pay tribute to Paul Whiteman on the twentieth anniversary of his band. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Bill Abernathy (announcer), Tex Beneke (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal). 29:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66179. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 5, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from the Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "Little Brown Jug." Ray Eberle sounds off key singing, "Blue Rain." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Bill Abernathy (announcer). 29:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66193. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 6, 1939. Blue Network. Sustaining. A closing night band remote from the Meadowbrook, Cedar Grove, New Jersey. The first tune is, "King Porter Stomp." Ray's voice sounds strained and occasionally off-key. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Bill Abernathy (announcer). 29:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12726. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. January 4, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. 12:00 midnight. The opening night of the band at the Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. A good band remote. The first tune is, "St. Louis Blues." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Hugh James (announcer). 29:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12727. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. January 5, 1940. Red net. Sustaining. 11:30 P.M. A band remote from The Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Johnson Rag." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal), Hugh James (announcer). 29:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66190. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. January 7, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. 12:00 midnight. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvnia. The first tune is, "Glen Island Special." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 29:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

358. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. February 5, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania. The first tune is, "Symphony In Riffs." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal), Hugh James (announcer), Marion Hutton (vocal). 29:38. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

12728. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. February 26, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. Band remote from the Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is "Little Brown Jug." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocals), Marion Hutton (vocals), Hugh James (announcer). 30:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

158. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. March 4, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Symphony In Riffs." The program features the first broadcast of, "I'll Never Smile Again." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal), Al Robinson (announcer). 29:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66191. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. April 4, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. A (closing night) band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania. The first tune is, "Johnson Rag." Glenn Miller says farewell to his listeners. The program was slightly extended when the following program was announced as being delayed. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Alan Robinson (announcer), Courtney Snell (engineer). 31:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66189. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. October 7, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. An opening night (of the second season) band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Pennsylvania-6-5000." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Alan Robinson (announcer), Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Tex Beneke (vocal). 29:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

102381. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. October 12, 1940. NBC net. Sustaining. 12:05 A.M. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Down For The Count." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal). 29:20. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

66209. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. October 18, 1940. Red net. Sustaining. A band remote from The Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is "Pennsylvania-6-5000." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Lyle Van (announcer). 25:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69616. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. October 26, 1940. Red net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Solid As A Stonewall Jackson." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 22:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

70111. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. November 1, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania. The first tune is, "Oh, So Good." The system cue has been deleted. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 26:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

70112. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. November 4, 1940. NBC net. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania. The first tune is, "Midnight On The Nile." The program may be dated November 11, 1940 or November 25, 1940. Billy May's first day with the band. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Billy May, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Jack Lathrop (vocal), The Modernaires. 24:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

28172. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. November 6, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Down For The Count." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Jack Lathrop (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal). 29:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

69609. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. November 16, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from The Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Yes, My darling Daughter." The first 13:38 of the program only. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton (vocal), Ray Eberle (vocal), Jack Lathrop (vocal). 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

66211. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. November 23, 1940. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from The Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is "Little Brown Jug." The name of the program may be "Glenn Miller's Moonlight Serenade." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Alan Robinson (announcer). 24:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69605. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 21, 1940. NBC net. Sustaining. 12:05 A. M. (actually December 22, 1940). A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Daisy Mae." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal0, Alan Robinson (announcer). 24:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

69621. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 28, 1940. NBC net. Sustaining. 12:05 A. M. (actually December 29, 1940). A band remote from The Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "The Song Of The Volga Boatman." Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), Alan Robinson (announcer). 23:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

66194. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. January 11, 1941. Blue Network. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is "Daisy Mae." 12:05 A. M. (E. S. T.). Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Dorothy Claire (vocal: her first night with the band, her first broadcast), Ray Eberle (vocal), Alan Robinson (announcer). 24:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

729. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. November 3, 1941. NBC net, WRCA (short wave) aircheck. Sustaining. A band remote from the Cafe Rouge of The Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. A salute to the U.S. army base in Trinidad. The first tune is, "Dear Arabella." Allen Prescott (announcer), Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Marion Hutton, Ray Eberle (vocal), Tex Beneke (conductor, vocal), The Modernaires. 30:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

49468. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. December 8, 1941. Blue Network. Sustaining. Blue Net Pearl Harbor Coverage. Part 80. 11:30 to 11:45 P. M. Band remote from the Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The second tune is, "Below The Equator." Conclusion of Blue Net Pearl Harbor coverage. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Ray Eberle (vocal), The Modernaires (vocal), Marion Hutton (vocal), Ernie Caceres (vocal), Chummy McGregor (piano). 11:47. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

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