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Mitch Miller (born Mitchell William Miller on 4 July 1911) is remembered as one of the best-selling recording artists of the 1950s and early '60s. He was an executive at Columbia Records for many years and headed his own male choir, "Mitch Miller and the Gang", before striking out on his own. Born to a Jewish family in Rochester, New York, Mitchell William Miller and his choir were famed for their campy Sing Along With Mitch television show of the 1960s. During the second season of "Sing Along with Mitch," Mitch Miller himself coined the catch phrase "All Smiles.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- The Yellow Rose of Texas - (3:01) - 422 plays
- March from the River Kwai - (2:24) - 406 plays
- March from the River Kwai and Colonel Bogey - (2:23) - 104 plays
- Song for a Summer Night - (3:10) - 114 plays
- The River Kwai March/Colonel Bogey March - (2:25) - 71 plays
- Yellow Rose of Texas - (3:00) - 55 plays
- March of the River Kwai - (2:26) - 75 plays
- My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean - (2:38) - 60 plays
- You Are My Sunshine - (3:15) - 31 plays
- She Wore a Yellow Ribbon - (2:53) - 36 plays