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Henry Mancini, composing (1960s).


 Henry Mancini:

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(including albums where HM participated in some way)


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[2000 Japan CD Reissue in LP-style slipcase]

Henry Mancini, "Music from Mr. Lucky", BMG #2198-2-R (1988).[CD]
Henry Mancini, "Music from Mr. Lucky", BMG [Japan] #BVCJ-37136 (2000).[Digitally remastered CD]

This is the album that started my own love for Henry Mancini's music. The story on this can be read here.

Tracks:

Mr. Lucky
My Friend Andamo
Softly
March of the Cue Balls
Lightly Latin
Tipsy
Floating Pad
One Eyed Cat
Night Flower
Chime Time
Blue Satin
That's It and That's All

LP cover designed by Don Peters.

Original LP produced by Dick Peirce.



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Henry Mancini, Music from the Motion Picture Score "Hatari!", BMG (U.S.) #2559-2-R (1988).[CD]

Tracks:

Theme from "Hatari!"
Baby Elephant Walk
Just for Tonight
Your Father's Feathers
Night Side
Big Band Bwana
The Sounds of Hatari
The Soft Touch
Crocodile, Go Home!
Just For Tonight (vocal version, Gold Series disc only)

 

Musician personnel info for all tracks:

Tracks 1 and 7 recorded on December 4, 1961:

HENRY MANCINI, leader;

FRANK BEACH, DONALD FAGERQUIST, PETE CANDOLI and CONRAD GOZZO, trumpet;

RICHARD NASH, JAMES PRIDDY, JOHN HALLIBURTON and KARL KARSKE, trombone;

VINCENT DEROSA, JAMES DECKER, JOHN CAVE, JOHN GRAAS, ARTHUR MAEBE and SINCLAIR LOTT, French horn;

SHELLY MANNE, FRANK FLYNN, LARRY BUNKER, MILTON HOLLAND, ROY HARTE, BERNIE MATTINSON and DALE ANDERSON, drums;

RONALD LANGINGER, TED NASH, GENE CIPRIANO, WILBUR SCHWARTZ and JUSTIN GORDON, reeds;

JIMMY ROWLES and RAY SHERMAN, piano; LAURINDO ALMEIDA and ROBERT BAIN, guitar; ROLAND BUNDOCK and MORTY CORB, bass;

SAM RICE and GEORGE CALLENDER, tuba.

Tracks 2, 4, 6 and 9 recorded on December 5, 1961:

HENRY MANCINI, leader;

DONALD FAGERQUIST, PETE CANDOLI, CONRAD GOZZO and RAYMOND TRISCARI, trumpet;

RICHARD NASH, JAMES PRIDDY, RICHARD NOEL and KARL KARSKE, trombone;

RONALD LANGINGER, CLIFFORD SHANK, GENE CIPRIANO, HARRY KLEE, WILBUR SCHWARTZ, JUSTIN GORDON and MAHLON CLARK, reeds;

JIMMY ROWLES and RAY SHERMAN, piano; ROLAND BUNDOCK, bass;

SHELLY MANNE, FRANK FLYNN and MILTON HOLLAND, drums; LARRY BUNKER, vibes; ROBERT BAIN, guitar; SAM RICE, tuba; BENNY GILL, violin.

Tracks 5 and 8 recorded on December 6, 1961:

HENRY MANCINI, leader;

ERNO NEUFELD, HERMAN CLEBANOFF, SAM FREED, LOU KLASS, MORT HERBERT, SAMUEL CYTRON, BENNY GILL, MARVIN LIMONICK, IRMA NEUMANN, WILLIAM MILLER, AMBROSE RUSSO and NATHAN KAPROFF, violin; STANLEY HARRIS, ROBERT OSTROWSKY, ALEXANDER NEIMAN and ALLAN HARSHMAN, viola; RAPHAEL KRAMER, EDGAR LUSTGARTEN, ARMAND KAPROFF and ELEANOR SLATKIN, cello;

RONALD LANGINGER and TED NASH, sax; JACK SHELDON, trumpet; RICHARD NASH, trombone; JAMES ROWLES, piano;

SHELLY MANNE and FRANK FLYNN, drums; LARRY BUNKER, vibes; ROLAND BUNDOCK, bass;

CARL FORTINA, accordion; ROBERT BAIN, guitar.

Tracks 3 and 10:

Same recording date and personnel as above plus chorus composed of GILDA MAIKEN, PEGGY CLARK, ELAINE BACK, SUE ALLEN, IAN FREEBAIRN, PERRY BOTKIN, JR., BERNIE PARKE, GENE MERLINO and JOHN DRAKE.

Henry Mancini, "Charade", BMG (U.S.) #2755-2R (1988).[CD]
Other issues of this album are listed separately under their respective record labels.

Tracklist:

Charade (Main Title)
Bistro
Bateau Mouche
Megeve
Bye Bye Charlie
The Happy Carousel
Charade (Vocal)
Orange Tamoure
Latin Snowfall
The Drip-Dry Waltz
Mambo Parisienne
Punch and Judy
Charade (Carousel)

COMPLETE LISTING OF MUSICIANS APPEARING ON THIS ALBUM (text from JVC Extended Resolution edition of this soundtrack):

FOR:

PUNCH AND JUDY

CHARADE (MAIN TITLE)

CHARADE (VOCAL)

BATEAU MOUCHE

Recorded on July 1, 1963

Leader: Henry Mancini

Contractor: Robert Helfer

Bass: Keith Mitchell

Guitar: Robert Bain

Piano: James Rowles

Accordion: Carl Fortina

Percussion: Jack Sperling, Larry Bunker, Frank Flynn

Violin: Erno Neufeld, Sam Freed, David Prisina, Samuel Cytron, Lou Klass, Ambrose Russo, Mort Herbert, Herman Clebanoff, Benny Gill, Anatol Kaminsky, Nathan Kaproff, Geo. Kast, Alexander Murray, Marvin Limonick, Irma Neumann, Thelma Beach

Viola: Stanley Harris, Robert Ostrowsky, Virginia Majewski, Alexander Neiman, G.B. Menhennick, Alvin Dinkin

Cello: Raphael Kramer, Armand Kaproff, Eleanor Slatkin, Kurt Reher, Justin Di Tullio, Anne Goodman

Horn: Vincent De Rosa, Richard Perissi, John Cave, Arthur Maebe.

FOR:

MEGEVE

MAMBO PARISIENNE

ORANGE TAMOURE

BYE BYE CHARLIE

 

Recorded on July 2, 1963

Leader: Henry Mancini

Contractor: Robert Helfer

Bass: Keith Mitchell

Guitar: Robert Bain

Piano: James Rowles

Accordion: Carl Fortina

Percussion: Jack Sperling, Frank Flynn, Larry Bunker, Victor Feldman

Trumpet: Jack Sheldon

Trombone: Richard Nash

Sax: Ted Nash, Ronald Langinger, Plas Johnson

Original LP Produced by Joe Reisman/Associate Producer: Al Schmitt.



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Henry Mancini, "16 Top Tracks", BMG/Germany #CD 90121 (1988).[CD Compilation]
This CD is made up of 11 tracks from "A Warm Shade of Ivory" and 5 tracks from "Dear Heart and Other Songs About Love".


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Henry Mancini, "Film Favorites", BMG/Ariola Express [Austria] #295.469 (1990).[CD Compilation]
Tracks are visible, above right photo.


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Henry Mancini, "Moon River, The Pink Panther & Other Hits", BMG/N.A. #2077-2-R (1990).[1st CD Reissue]

Tracks:

Moon River
Pink Panther Theme
Tooty Twist
Dear Heart
Darling Lili
Blue Satin
High Time
Softly, as I Leave You

R.H. Peirce/Joe Reisman, Producers.


Music From the Motion Picture Soundtrack, "The Glenn Miller Story", BMG [Brazil] #MCD 01624 (1993).[CD]
Score by Henry Mancini.

Tracklist:

Moonlight Serenade

Tuxedo Junction
Little Brown Jug
St. Louis Blues - March
Basin Street Blues
In The Mood
A String of Pearls
Pennsylvania 6-5000
American Patrol
Otchi-Tchor-Ni-Ya


Henry Mancini, "The Blues and The Beat", BMG/Germany, #74321 26047 2 (1995).[CD]
Henry Mancini, "The Blues and The Beat", BMG [Japan] #BVCJ-37141 (2000).[Digitally remastered CD]

Tracks:

Side 1
Side 2
The Blues
The Beat
Smoke Rings
Big Noise From Winnetka
Misty
Alright, Okay, You Win
Blue Flame
Tippin' In
After Hours
How Could You Do a Thing Like That to Me
Mood Indigo
Sing, Sing, Sing

Personnel: Woodwinds: Ted Nash, Ronny Land, Gene Cipriano, Harry Klee, Wilbur Schwartz; Trumpets: Conrad Cozzo, Pete Candoli, Frank Beach, Graham Young; Trombones: Dick Nash, Jimmy Priddy, John Halliburton, Karl DeKarske; French Horns: Vincent De Rosa, Sinclair Lott, John Graas, Richard Perissi, George Price, Herman Lebow; Piano: Johnny Williams; Guitar: Bob Bain; Bass: Roland Bundock; Drums: Jack Sperling; Vibes and Marimba: Victor Feldman; Vibes: Larry Bunker.



Henry Mancini, "The Mancini Touch", BMG/Germany, #74321 35744 2 (1996).[CD]

Tracks:

Side 1
Side 2
Bijou
Let's Walk
Mostly for Lovers
Snowfall
Like Young
A Cool Shade of Blue
My One and Only Love
Robbin's Nest
Politely
Free and Easy
Trav'lin' Light
That's All

Personnel: Featured Performers: Bob Bain--Guitar; Vince DeRosa--1st French Horn; Vic Feldman--Vibes and Marimba; Ronnie Lang--Baritone Sax and Alto Flute; Shelly Manne--Drums; Dick Nash--1st Trombone; Ted Nash--Alto Sax; Johnny Williams--Piano.

Produced by Dick Peirce.



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