Jan Garber And His Orchestra - Hey, Look Me Over / Yellow Bird album flac
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Written-By – Alan Bergman, Marilyn Keith
|B||Hey, Look Me Over
Written-By – Carolyn Leigh, Cy Coleman
- Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.
- Published By – Frank Music Corp.
- Published By – Morley Music, Inc.
- Pressed By – Decca Records Pressing Plant, Gloversville
NotesBlack-on-pink center labels.
From DECCA Album DL 4196 Dance Program
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, center label): (110,947)
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, center label): (110,942)✤
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 45 110947 2 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 45 110942 2 1
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|25550||Jan Garber And His Orchestra||Hey, Look Me Over / Yellow Bird (7", Pin)||Decca||25550||US||1962|
|25550||Jan Garber And His Orchestra||Hey, Look Me Over / Yellow Bird (7", Glo)||Decca||25550||US||1962|
STARDUST Words - Mitchell Parish, Music - Hoagy Carmichael Jan Garber and His Orchestra (The Idol of the Air Lanes) Recorded September 16, 1937 Brunswick.
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STARDUST Words - Mitchell Parish, Music - Hoagy Carmichael Jan Garber and His Orchestra (The Idol of the Air Lanes) Recorded September 16, 1937 Brunswick 8039 Jan Garber (1894 - 1977) was a leader of dance band especially popular in the 1930s. He had a long career from the 1920s into 1960s. Attended Philadelphia's Combs Conservatory Of Music. Talented violinist, played in Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. Military service in World War I as band director. Formed dance band in early 1920s with pianist Milton Davis called the Garber-Davis Orchestra under the direction of Jan Garber
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