October 2

CIty Called Heaven - Gene Krupa, Ray McKinley, Anita ODay, Lynne Gardner - A Legend (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Posted 22.09.2019 by Goltitilar in category "Classical Rock/Progressive


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    Glenn Miller was the host and conductor on the show, which also featured Ray McKinley, Jerry Gray, Johnny Desmond, and the Crew Chiefs, until June 10, when Harry Bluestone became the conductor. The Latin Sustineo Alas, "I Sustain the Wings", or "Keep 'Em Flying", was the motto of the U.S. Army Air Forces Technical Training Command.

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