Henry Mancini:

BMG and BMG Special Products (continued)

(including albums where HM participated in some way)


Henry Mancini, "Mancini Soundtracks Collection - 'Breakfast At Tiffany's' & 'Arabesque'", BMG/UK & Ireland, Ltd. #74321 698782 (1999).[CD Compilation]
Henry Mancini, "Mancini Soundtracks Collection - 'Breakfast At Tiffany's' & 'Arabesque'", ARIST #6987825 (2001).[CD]

CD composed of entire soundtracks of both "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "Arabesque".

Henry Mancini, his Orchestra and Chorus, "Henry Mancini presents The Academy Award Songs - 31 'Oscar' Winners", BMG/Spain #74321 729282 (1999). [CD]


[Back cover of CD Reissue]



Produced by Joe Reisman.

[Left: CD Reissue front cover; Right:  original LP back cover]

Henry Mancini, "Mr. Lucky Goes Latin", BMG/Spain #74321 729292 (1999) [CD]
Henry Mancini, "Mr. Lucky Goes Latin", BMG [Japan] #BVCJ-37137 (2000).[Digitally remastered CD in slipcase]


Mr. Lucky (Goes Latin)
Rain Drops in Rio
The Dancing Cat
Cow Bells and Coffee Beans
The Sound of Silver
Tango Americano
No-Cal Sugar Loaf
Blue Mantilla
Speedy Gonzales

Cover designed by Don Peters.

Produced by Dick Pierce.


Henry Mancini, "The Windmills of Your Mind", BMG Arista/Ariola #2RCD 085/086 (19__).[CD Compilation; 2 CD set]

Special Note: Tracks 1 to 11 on CD 1 are from the album "A Warm Shade Of Ivory"; Tracks 12 to 16, from the album "Dear Heart And Other Songs About Love". This compilation was made before and issued as "16 Top Tracks".  CD 2 contains all tracks from "The Theme Scene" Mancini album.


Henry Mancini, "Mancini Soundtracks Collection - "Charade" & "Experment in Terror", BMG/Camden Deluxe #F: BM720 (2000).[CD]
CD composed of entire soundtracks of both "Charade" and "Experiment in Terror".

Henry Mancini/Doc Severinsen, "Brass, Ivory & Strings", RCA [Spain] #951024 (2000).[CD]

The Piano, Orchestra and Chorus of Henry Mancini, "A Warm Shade of Ivory", RCA/BMG [Spain] #29222 (2000).[CD]

Henry Mancini, "Encore! More of the Concert Sound of Henry Mancini", RCA/BMG [Spain] #29242 (2000).[CD]

Henry Mancini, "Six Hours Past Sunset", RCA/BMG [Spain] #4321729252 (2000).[CD]

Henry Mancini, "Big Screen, Little Screen", BMG [Spain] #72926 (2000).[CD]

Henry Mancini, "Mancini Salutes Sousa", BMG [Spain] #________ (2002).[CD]

Henry Mancini, "The Latin Sound of Henry Mancini", BMG [Japan] #BVCJ-37138 (2000).[Digitally remastered CD]

[Japanese digitally remastered reissue in LP-style slipcase]


Side 1
Side 2

"Señor" Peter Gunn

La Raspa


The Breeze and I



Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars

Come to the Mardi Gras

Vereda Tropical

Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps



Personnel: Soloists: Plas Johnson, Dick Nash, Ted Nash, Ronny Lang, Jimmy Rowles, Laurindo Almeida and Victor Feldman.

Tracks 2, 4, & 11 - February, 8, 1965

Dick Nash - Trombone / Vince DeRosa - French Horn / Ronny Lang - Flute, Alto and Baritone Sax / Harry Klee - Flute and Alto Sax / Ted Nash - Flute, Alto and Tenor Sax /Gene Cipriano - flute and Tenor Sax / Jimmy Rowles - piano / Gene Garf - organ / Laurindo Almeida - acoustic guitar / Bob Bain - Electric guitar / Chuck Berghofer - bass / Shelly Manne - drums / Ralph Collier, Frank Guerrero, Frank Flynn and Jerry Williams, percussion.

Tracks 3, 6, 8 & 10 - February, 23, 1965

Bob Enevoldsen - valve trombone / Justin Gordon - tenor sax / Douglas Fisher - organ / Red Mitchell - bass / Victor Feldman and Milt Holland - percussion / Replace Dick Nash, Ted Nash, G.Garf, C.Berghofer, R.Collier and F.Flynn / Plas Johnson (tenor sax), added.

Tracks 1, 5, 7, & 12 - March 2, 1965

Dick Nash - trombone / Ted Nash - Tenor Sax / Ray Sherman (piano) and Rolly Bundock (bass) replaces B.Enevoldsen, J.Gordon, J. Rowles and R.Mitchell.

Plus a string section (16 violins, 6 violas and 6 cellos) added in all tracks.


Various Artists, "The Vibe, Volume 9 - Soundtracks, Cop Show Theme & Movie Related Music", BMG [France] #_________ (20__).[CD Compilation]

This CD Compilation contains Mancini's "Theme From Peter Gunn".

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