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Henry Mancini rehearsing with the Utah Symphony, 1981

Henry Mancini:

Capitol


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[U.S. LP]

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[UK LP & Labels]

Don Baker, "The Sound of 94 Speakers!", Capitol Records #ST 1626 (1961).[LP]
Don Baker, "The Sound of 94 Speakers!", Capitol Records [Canada] #ST 1626 (1961).[LP]
Don Baker, "The Sound of 94 Speakers!", Capitol Records [UK] #ST 1626 (1961).[LP]

This record contains Mancini's "Theme From 'High Time'" and "Theme From 'The Great Imposter'".

Don Baker, Organist.
Produced by Bill Miller.



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[Taken from a Capitol Records LP inner sleeve advertisement]

The Four Preps, "The Four Preps", Capitol #ST-1647/T-1647 (stereo/mono) (196_).[LP]

Album includes Mancini's Moon River.


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[Taken from a Capitol Records LP inner sleeve advertisement]

George Chakiris, "West Side Story's Dynamic George Chakiris", Capitol #ST-1750/T-1750 (stereo/mono) (196_).[LP]

Album includes Mancini's Mr. Lucky.


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Laurindo Almeida and the Bossa Nova All Stars, "Viva Bossa Nova!", Capitol ST-1759 (1962).[LP]
Note that Laurindo Almeida, Jimmie Rowles, and Shelly Manne were Mancini studio regulars.

Mancini compositions include:

Mr. Lucky

Moon River

Musician personnel: Don Fagerquist, trumpet; Bob Cooper, tenor sax; Justin Gordon, flute; Jimmie Rowles, organ; Laurindo Almeida & Howard Roberts, guitar; Max Bennett, bass; Shelly Manne, Chico Guerrero and Milt Holland, percussion.



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Peggy Lee, "Mink Jazz", Capitol #ST-1850 (1963).[LP]
Peggy Lee, "Mink Jazz", Capitol #________(unknown year).[CD Reissue].

Contains the Mancini composition "The Days of Wine and Roses".


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Laurindo Almeida and the Bossa Nova All-Stars, "Ole! Bossa Nova!", Capitol T-1872 (1963).[LP]
Note that Laurindo Almeida, Jimmie Rowles, and Shelly Manne were Mancini studio regulars.

Mancini composition included:

Days of Wine and Roses

Personnel: Don Fagerquist, trumpet; Bob Cooper, tenor sax; Justin Gordon, flute; Jimmie Rowles, organ; Laurindo Almeida & Howard Roberts, guitar; Max Bennett, bass; Shelly Manne, Chico Guerrero and Milt Holland, percussion.



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[Advertising image from the back cover of another Glen Gray album]

The Glen Gray Casa Loma Orchestra, "Today's Best - The Sounds of the Great Bands - Vol. 7", Capitol #ST-1938 (196_).[LP]

Contains Mancini's "Days of Wine and Roses" composition.

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[Advertising image of this album taken from the back cover of Ray Anthony's "Today's Trumpet"]

Ray Anthony, "Charade And Other Top Themes", Capitol #ST-2043 (1964).[LP]

Contains the Mancini' compositions "Days Of Wine and Roses" and "Charade".



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The Four Freshmen, "Funny How Time Slips Away", Capitol #ST-2067 (196_).[LP]

This album contains Mancini's "Charade".


LINER NOTES (by Bill Wagner):

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The Four Freshmen, "More 4 Freshmen and 5 Trombones", Capitol #T-2166 (19__).[LP]

Arranged and conducted by Pete Rugolo.

This album contains Mancini's "Days of Wine and Roses".


LINER NOTES (uncredited):

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Produced by Bill Miller.



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Various Artists, "Let's Bacardi Party", Capitol #______ (1964).[LP]

At least one composition by Mancini is listed on the tracklist below.

Tracklist:

Side 1:
1. This Could Be the Start of Something Big - Jack Jones
2. Fly Me to the Moon - Laurindo Almeida
3. Charade - Ray Anthony (Mancini)
4. On the Street Where You Live - Jonah Jones
5. Woodchopper's Ball - Woody Herman

Side 2:
1. The Girl from Ipanema - Four Freshmen (Jobim)
2. September Song - George Shearing
3. Painted, Tainted Rose - Al Martino
4. End of a Love Affair - Stan Kenton
5. Fools Rush In - Keely Smith
6. Cherry - Harry James


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George Shearing (The George Shearing Quintet With String Choir), "Here & Now!", Capitol #T-2372 (19__).[LP]

This album contains the Mancini compositions "(Theme From) Mr. Lucky", "Dear Heart", and "Days of Wine and Roses".


LINER NOTES (uncredited):

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Produced by David Cavanaugh.


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[Advertising image of this album taken from the back cover of Ray Anthony's "Today's Trumpet"]

Ray Anthony, "Dream Dancing Today", Capitol #ST-2457 (1966).[LP]

Contains Mancini's composition "Dear Heart".


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