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The short-lived Eddie Miller big band only had one studio session, resulting in four numbers, before breaking up. Fortunately, this LP adds 14 additional titles (three with period vocals by Kathy Summers) that were made as radio transcriptions by the swinging outfit in 1944

EDDIE MILLER - The Uncollected. Filed under Dixieland By EDDIE MILLER.

Eddie Miller (2). Real Name: Edward Raymond Müller. Profile: American jazz saxophonist (tenor), clarinetist and songwriter. Played with : Ben Pollack, Bob Crosby ("Bob Crosby And The Bob Cats"), Pete Fountain and others. As a songwriter he is best known for "Slow Mood" (also known as "Lazy Mood"). Wild Bill Davison And Eddie Miller (2) - Play Hoagy Carmichael ‎(LP, Album). Realtime Records (4). RT-306.

Eddie Miller & Orchestra. Availability: Out of stock. Format: New Vinyl Release Date: 03/24/2015 UPC: 014921800519 Product ID: 3899100 Weight: . 9. Influenced By Eddie Miller & Orchestra.

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Eddie Miller had a beautiful tone on his tenor, similar to Bud Freeman, although his style was much less angular. Miller was a solidly swinging player who fit easily into Dixieland and swing settings. He worked professionally in New Orleans at the age of 16 and in 1930 made his recording debut with Julie Wintz. Miller participated in nearly all of the Bob Crosby reunions and was on many jazz dates in the 1950s. During 1967-1976, he worked in New Orleans with Pete Fountain and he was active at jazz parties and festivals into the mid-'80s.