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GL 5192

Stereo Into The Sixties

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2012

Originally recorded in 1961

Artists:

Robert Farnon Orchestra


David Rose Orchestra


Frank Cordell Orchestra


The Melachrino Orchestra


Percy Faith Orchestra


Billy Vaughn Orchestra


David Carroll Orchestra


Morton Gould Orchestra


Michael Collins Orchestra


Ron Goodwin Orchestra


Cyril Ornadel & The Starlight Symphony


Mantovani and His Orchestra


Jack Shaindlin & his Orchestra


Frederick Fennell & his Orchestra


The Living Strings


Clebanoff & His Orchestra


Eastman-Rochester 'Pops' Orchestra


The Sinfonia of London


Wal-Berg & his Orchestra


Eric Johnson & his Orchestra


George Melachrino


Johnny Douglas


Frederick Fennell


William Hill Bowen


Douglas Gamley


Russ Conway

piano

Record Label
Guild Light

Genre:

Light Music


Compilations & Collections

Total Time - 73:20
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COLE PORTER

arr. Brian Fahey
1 

Night And Day

3:20
  (from the film 'The Gay Divorcee')  
 

GEORGE GERSHWIN

arr. Rayburn Wright
2 

Bidin' My Time

2:45
 

ROBINSON/GIOVANNINI/CLEBANOFF

3 

Bobsled

2:15
 

ANNUNZIO PAOLO MANTOVANI

4 

Italia Mia

2:41
 

RON GOODWIN

5 

London Serenade

2:31
 

DON BANKS

6 

Coney Island

6:18
 Douglas Gamley
 

KAHN/ELISCU/YOUMANS

7 

Carioca

3:32
  (from the film 'Flying Down To Rio')  
 

DUKE/HARBURG

8 

What Is There To Say

2:20
 

JEROME KERN

arr. Morton Gould
9 

Jockey On The Carousel

3:34
 

PURCELL/PARR DAVIES

arr. Johnny Douglas
10 

Pedro The Fisherman

2:02
  (from 'The Lisbon Story')  
 Johnny Douglas
 

JOE HEYNE

11 

Petite Waltz

2:10
 

JAIME TEXIDOR

12 

Amparito Roca

2:22
 Frederick Fennell
 

HUGO FRIEDHOFER

13 

One Eyed Jacks

3:03
  Love theme from the film  
  Ferrante and Teicher at two pianos, with Orchestra and Chorus  
 

PERCY FAITH

14 

Lisa

3:26
 

ROEMHELD/PARISH

15 

Ruby

2:49
  (from the film 'Ruby Gentry')  
 George Melachrino
 

KAIKIMAI/STOVE

arr. William Hill Bowen
16 

On The Beach At Waikiki

3:00
 William Hill Bowen
 

CHARLES WILLIAMS

17 

Dream Of Olwen

3:55
  (from the film 'Where I Live')  
 Russ Conway piano
 

RICHARD RODGERS

arr. Frank Cordell
18 

Nobody's Heart

2:44
  featuring Neill Sanders, horn  
 

WEBSTER/TIOMKIN

19 

The Alamo

2:26
  Theme from the film (Green Leaves Of Summer)  
 

WAL-BERG

20 

Fete Circassienne

6:57
 

ERIC COATES

21 

Mayfair

5:47
  (from 'London Again' Suite)  
 

YOUNG/ADAMSON

arr. Robert Farnon
22 

Away Out West

3:23
  (from the film 'Around The World in Eighty Days')  
   

The Golden Age of Light Music – Stereo into the Sixties

By the 1960s, most conductors and record companies had just about learned to forget about the ‘ping pong’ effects that the arrival of stereo had offered. Instead the new medium was employed to demonstrate that the extra sound channel would allow one to hear the more delicate nuances previously submerged in the wall of sound emerging from a single loudspeaker. Light orchestras certainly benefited from the opportunities that stereo offered, and there are many fine examples in this collection. With conductors such as Ron Goodwin, David Rose, Robert Farnon, Frank Cordell, Percy Faith, and Johnny Douglas on the podium, it is hardly surprising that this CD shines with quality throughout.



"...This new release from Guild Light Music is quite simply a stunning re-pristination of this ‘fab’ music. This is not to belittle the original ‘stereo’ tracks and vinyl LPs where all of these tunes have their origin. It is just great to hear these tracks digitally re-mastered and restored (by Alan Bunting)... Nothing more to say about this fantastic CD – except to Guild - ‘Just keep them on coming!’
 
John France - Musicweb-international.com - May 2012





*****
This is such a delightful collection of light pops selections from both the US and UK. A number of fine orchestras are represented and the recording quality is superb. Highly recommended!
H Fischer