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$60.00

Millman, Jack and the Tempo Orchestra* - And I Love Her

Format: LP
Label: Condor Records CST 2460
Year: 1969
Origin: Detroit, Michigan, USA
Genre: jazz, orchestra
Keyword:  Johnny Kitchen
Value of Original Title: $60.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  http://theheritagewhoswho.com/blog/tag/jack-millman-international-enterprise/
Playlist: 1960's, Canadian Jazz, Honorary Canadians

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Theme For the Countless
Am I Blue
Hard Days Night
And I Love Her
Lady's Dream

Side 2

Track Name
Ill Wind
I See Your Face Before Me
Time After Time
It Only Takes a Moment
Change Partners
Like Some One In Love

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Information/Write-up

Gainesville, FL HWW/Press/November 1, 2013 – Jack Maurice Millman, President, CEO and Owner, of Jack Millman International Enterprise was selected for inclusion in the forthcoming 2013-2014 edition of The Heritage Registry of Who’s Who.

The accomplishments and achievements attained by Mr. Jack Maurice Millman, in the field of Professional Music and Entertainment Services warrants inclusion into The Heritage Registry of Who’s Who. Mr. Millman is the President, CEO and Owner of Jack Millman International Enterprise. He has been involved in professional music activity since 1947 and has been composing and orchestrating music since 1948. Mr. Millman has been a producer, publisher, composer, band leader, instrumentalist, agent-representative, broker of music and entrepreneur.. He is a highly gifted composer, whose long activity in the music industry gives him a unique signature when applied to his symphonic compositions. In his early career he was a professional jazz trumpeter with some of the greatest bands and the U.S. Army Band. Mr. Millman has recorded many of his own compositions as well as popular standards. He owned a music library service in Hollywood, California from 1965 through 1984.

Mr. Millman was honored by the Smithsonian Museum of American History, for his invention of the first Video Jukebox and announced in the 98th Congressional Record, and has been recognized for his accomplishments in several publications.

The Heritage Registry of Who’s Who, a New York based biographical publication, selects and distinguishes individuals throughout North America who have attained a recognizable degree of success in their field of endeavor and thereby contributing to the growth in their industry.

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