Tex Beneke with The Miller Orchestra - Speaking Of Angels / It Might Have Been A Different Story album FLAC
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He joined in 1938 having been recommended to Miller by drummer Gene Krupa. Krupa had left the Benny Goodman band and was looking for talent to form his own first band. One night he stopped in a ballroom to listen to the Ben Young band and wound up taking two or three musicains with him back to New York, but he had no room for Beneke because his sax section was already filled. Krupa knew that Glenn Miller was forming a band and recommended Beneke to Miller. Tex remained with Miller until the trombonist disbanded the unit when he entered the armed forces in 1942. He broke his relationship with the estate to form his own band and toured under the banner Tex Beneke and His Orchestra Playing the Music Made Famous by Glenn Miller. With this ensemble Beneke introduced some of his own ideas and began to experiment in a way prohibited by the Miller estate.
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Gordon Lee "Tex" Beneke (February 12, 1914 – May 30, 2000) was an American saxophonist, singer, and bandleader. His career is a history of associations with bandleader Glenn Miller and former musicians and singers who worked with Miller. His band is also associated with the careers of Eydie Gormé, Henry Mancini and Ronnie Deauville.
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Listen free to Tex Beneke – Tex Beneke & Glenn Miller (St. Louis Blues March, The Woodchuck Song and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Tex Beneke was born in Texas. He joined the Glenn Miller Orchestra in 1938 as a tenor saxophonist. He quickly became a star with the orchestra with his easy going manner, casual sounding voice and mellifluous saxophone playing. He sang it to Miller and Miller is reported to have said, "you know, Tex, we should write an arrangement for you to do that tune.
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|A||Speaking Of Angels
Written-By – Bennie Benjamin, George Weiss*
|B||It Might Have Been A Different Story
Vocals [Refrain] – The Mello Larks*Written By – Prince-Rogers-Addy
- Record Company – Radio Corporation Of America
- Vocals [Refrain] – Garry Stevens