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Count Basie, David Rose & His Orchestra, Duke Ellington, Henry Mancini, Mundell Lowe, Pete Rugolo, Tony Mottola, Nelson Riddle … Crime shows alongside Westerns and sit coms had been a mainstay of American radio for many years when TV first launched seriously in the late 1940’s. It was natural therefore that the same genres would be equally popular as the ...

01. The Shadow of Your Smile.mp3 02. Something for Audrey.mp3 03. Satin Doll.mp3 04. Peter Gunn.mp3 05. Something For Sophia.mp3 06. Over the Rainbow.mp3 07. Call Me Irresponsible.mp3 08. Arabesque.mp3 09. Two For The Road.mp3 10. In The Arms of Love.mp3 11. Tiny Bubbles.mp3 12. Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars.mp3

Review by Scott Yanow Henry Mancini was a significant writer for films who used the flavor of jazz in some of his movie scores. Mancini gathered an impressive cast of top players consisting of trumpeter Pete Candoli, trombonist Dick Nash, Ted Nash on alto and flute, Art Pepper (sticking exclusively to clarinet), baritonist Ronnie Lang, pianist Johnny Williams (doubling on ...

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