This is an old and possibly rare recording of “Annie Laurie” and “Auld Lang Syne” by the fabulous Mitch Miller and his “gang”. Let´s sing along with them…
I am argentine but we aalways enjoyed MItch Miller…so many memories….thank you!!!. Regards, Sergio.
RIP Mitchell William “Mitch” Miller (July 4, 1911 – July 31, 2010)
Mitch passed away Saturday July 31, 2010 at the age of 99. What a great, great man! Rest in peace Mitch, and may God Bless your soul for all the joy and happiness you and your gang brought to the world!
R I P Loved his Music
Yes , rock and roll did defeat him in the end, but he made a good fight to prevent the loss of many fine old tunes. Goodbye Mitch.
@1952410 He passed away on July 31st after a short illness in New York.
@2008ljr Dear friend. I did not know that Mitch died. When he passed away?. Thanks.
RIP Mitch. Thank You for the Music!
Goodbye Mitch, you were a part of my childhood and you had staying power! R.I.P.
He is GREAT!!!!!!!
@tgrspal Dear friend, thank you very much for your nice and moving comments. I am happy that my video could awaken your sweet memories. Best regards, Cesar.
@1952410 It was a weekly thing for my family (parents & 7 kids) to sing along with the gang. We sang all the time. We didn’t have money or things, but we sure had music! I grew up with all of these songs and now I can share with my grandkids. Thanks for posting this and thanks to all who have remembered Mitch Miller. I have a tear in my eyes remembering Dad, Mom, and this music…
I live not too far away from Maxwellton Braes. This is a great rendition of this favourite Scottish song, so too is their rendition of “Auld Lang Syne” – which is sung as as composed by Robert Burns.
Thank you for sharing this lovely post.
Like the harmony of the male voices.
Your name honors this amazing song. Thanks.
My name is Annie Laurie and when my friend sent me the link to this song, it brought back memories of my Mom singing it along with Mitch! Ü
Mitch Miller magic! TY!
Golden memories! Enjoy!
Brings back many pleasant memories. TY J
cool… remind me of old days…
Love the bass levels in this
Thanks. Enjoy it.
Although most of the music performed by Mitch and his gang was faster, livelier songs, in my opinion, it is on the slower, classics like this that they REALLY excel!
Truly magnificent! Thank you for posting this musical masterpiece.