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Back to one of my favorite composers/arrangers/conductors, Henry Mancini. And this recording has him boiling the music down to the essence of jazz. So, get ready for an interesting take on some classic tunes with Volume 72: Blues and the Beat.

Here’s the link to the YouTube video where you hear Mancini’s voice as a caller on Frazier Crane’s radio show.

Video Intro

Listen here or on my PodBean Podcast Episode page:

You can check out the video version here:

Credits and Copyrights:

Henry Mancini – The Blues And The Beat
Label: RCA Victor – LPM-2147
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
Released: 1960
Genre: Jazz, Pop
Style: Easy Listening

The Blues
Composed by Henry Mancini
Composed by Johnny Burke and Erroll Garner
Blue Flame
Composed by Joe Bishop, Leo Corday and James Noble
After Hours
Composed by Erskine Hawkins and Avery Parrish
The Beat
Composed by Henry Mancini
Big Noise From Winnetka
Composed by Ray Bauduc, Bob Crosby, Bob Haggart and Gil Rodin
Sing, Sing, Sing
Composed by Louis Prima

I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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