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Glenn Miller - A Stone's Throw from Heaven: 1940-1941 flac mp3
Performer:
Glenn Miller
Album:
A Stone's Throw from Heaven: 1940-1941
Style:
Big Band,Sweet Bands,Swing
Date of release:
July 31, 2001
Duration:
01:09:07
FLAC vers. size:
1985 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1458 mb
WMA vers. size:
1694 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ★
Votes:
810

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A Stone's Throw From Heaven. This song is by Glenn Miller. I find myself a stone's throw from heaven. All by myself and no sign of heaven. I built my castles, now they've tumbled, Tumbled right on my heart. Did our love die a stone's throw from heaven. Was our goodbye a goodbye to heaven. Was love a bubble that was broken. Why can't this only be a dream, A movie or a play? Love would then somehow find a scheme.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Down for the Count Bill Finegan Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:23
2 When the Swallows Come Back to Capistrano Leon René Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 3:31
3 Anvil Chorus Giuseppe Verdi Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 5:34
4 What'cha Know Joe? Victor Young Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:57
5 My Blue Heaven Walter Donaldson / George A. Whiting Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 4:26
6 Do You Know Why? Johnny Burke / James Van Heusen Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 3:08
7 Limehouse Blues Philip Braham / Douglas Furber Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:53
8 Slumber Song J.C. MacGregor / Sid Tepper Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:15
9 Sun Valley Jump Jerry Gray Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 3:13
10 I Dreamt I Dwelt in Harlem Jerry Gray / Ben Smith / Leonard Ware / Robert Wright Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 4:58
11 Yes, My Darling Daughter Jack Lawrence Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:12
12 Daisy Mae Arletta May / Hal McIntyre Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 4:09
13 A Stone's Throw from Heaven Nat Burton / Johnny Green / Bob Ray Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 3:14
14 Solid as a Stonewall, Jackson Jerry Gray / John C. MacGregor Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 3:00
15 La Cucaracha Traditional Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:17
16 Amapola Jose Maria La Calle / Albert Gamse Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:51
17 The Booglie Wooglie Piggy Roy Jacobs Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 3:12
18 It Was Wonderful Then (And It's Wonderful Now) Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 1:54
19 Measure for Measure Billy May Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:36
20 Sing and Be Gay Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:28
21 Twenty Four Robbers Teddy Buckner / James "Jockey" Young Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 2:22
22 Swing Low, Sweet Chariot Traditional Glenn Miller feat: The Glenn Miller Orchestra 3:34

Credits

Trigger Alpert - Bass
Ray Anthony Orchestra - Trumpet
John R. Bennett - Graphic Design
Philip Braham - Composer
Teddy Buckner - Composer
Johnny Burke - Composer
Nat Burton - Composer
Ernie Caceres - Clarinet, Sax (Alto)
Frank D'Annolfo - Trombone
Walter Donaldson - Composer
Ray Eberle - Vocals
Bill Finegan - Composer
Douglas Furber - Composer
Albert Gamse - Composer
Jerry Gray - Composer
Johnny Green - Composer
Frank Greene - Coordination
James Van Heusen - Composer
Marion Hutton - Vocals
Roy Jacobs - Composer
Paula Kelly - Vocals
Al Klink - Sax (Tenor)
Jose Maria La Calle - Composer
Jack Lathrop - Guitar
Jack Lawrence - Composer
J.C. MacGregor - Composer
John C. MacGregor - Composer
Richard March - Liner Notes
Arletta May - Composer
Billy May - Composer, Trumpet
Hal McIntyre - Composer, Sax (Alto)
Dale McMickle - Trumpet
Glenn Miller - Primary Artist
The Glenn Miller Orchestra - Performer, Primary Artist
Jimmy Priddy - Trombone
Bob Ray - Composer
Leon René - Composer
Ben Smith - Composer
Paul Tanner - Trombone
Sid Tepper - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Giuseppe Verdi - Composer
Leonard Ware - Composer
George A. Whiting - Composer
Robert Wright - Composer
James "Jockey" Young - Composer
Victor Young - Composer