Every Day's a Holiday (song)

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1938 release as a Brunswick 78, 8041.

"Every Day's a Holiday" is a song written by Sam Coslow and Barry Trivers. The song was recorded by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra on Brunswick Records in 1938.

The song was released as a Brunswick 78 single, 8071, backed with "Sweet Stranger", in January, 1938 by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra which reached number 17 on Billboard, staying on the charts for one week.[1] The vocals were by Kathleen Lane.

The song was featured in the 1937 Paramount Pictures film Every Day's a Holiday sung by Mae West.

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  • Flower, John (1972). Moonlight Serenade: a bio-discography of the Glenn Miller Civilian Band. New Rochelle, NY: Arlington House. ISBN 0-87000-161-2.
  • Miller, Glenn (1943). Glenn Miller's Method for Orchestral Arranging. New York: Mutual Music Society. ASIN: B0007DMEDQ
  • Simon, George Thomas (1980). Glenn Miller and His Orchestra. New York: Da Capo paperback. ISBN 0-306-80129-9.
  • Simon, George Thomas (1971). Simon Says. New York: Galahad. ISBN 0-88365-001-0.
  • Schuller, Gunther (1991). Volume 2 of The Swing Era:the Development of Jazz, 1930–1945 /. New York: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0-19-507140-9.