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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 9. Dezember 2014 | RCA Victor - Legacy

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 17. Juni 2003 | RCA Victor

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 16. Juni 2003 | RCA Victor

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 19. Juni 1989 | RCA Records Label

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 9. Dezember 2014 | RCA - Legacy

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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1960 | RCA Victor - Legacy

Auszeichnungen Stereophile: Record To Die For
Henry Mancini was a significant writer for films who used the flavor of jazz in some of his movie scores. Mancini gathered an impressive cast of top players consisting of trumpeter Pete Candoli, trombonist Dick Nash, Ted Nash on alto and flute, Art Pepper (sticking exclusively to clarinet), baritonist Ronnie Lang, pianist Johnny Williams (doubling on harpsichord), guitarist Bob Bain, bassist Rolly Bundock, drummer Shelly Manne, Ramon Rivera on conga, and Larry Bunker on vibes and marimba. Some of the dozen selections are relatively straight-ahead, while a few (particularly "A Powdered Wig" and "Scandinavian Shuffle") are a bit corny, especially in their use of harpsichord and marimba. There are a few strong moments (particularly from Candoli and Pepper) on such numbers as "Moanin'," "Sidewalks of Cuba," "Castle Rock," and "Everybody Blow," but the end results are not too essential. Overall, this is a compromise between creative jazz and tightly controlled music meant for a larger audience. A historical curiosity. © Scott Yanow /TiVo
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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1960 | RCA Victor

Auszeichnungen Stereophile: Record To Die For
Henry Mancini was a significant writer for films who used the flavor of jazz in some of his movie scores. Mancini gathered an impressive cast of top players consisting of trumpeter Pete Candoli, trombonist Dick Nash, Ted Nash on alto and flute, Art Pepper (sticking exclusively to clarinet), baritonist Ronnie Lang, pianist Johnny Williams (doubling on harpsichord), guitarist Bob Bain, bassist Rolly Bundock, drummer Shelly Manne, Ramon Rivera on conga, and Larry Bunker on vibes and marimba. Some of the dozen selections are relatively straight-ahead, while a few (particularly "A Powdered Wig" and "Scandinavian Shuffle") are a bit corny, especially in their use of harpsichord and marimba. There are a few strong moments (particularly from Candoli and Pepper) on such numbers as "Moanin'," "Sidewalks of Cuba," "Castle Rock," and "Everybody Blow," but the end results are not too essential. Overall, this is a compromise between creative jazz and tightly controlled music meant for a larger audience. A historical curiosity. © Scott Yanow /TiVo
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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1963 | Legacy Recordings

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TV-Serien - Erschienen am 9. Dezember 2014 | RCA Victor - Legacy

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Jazz - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2004 | Concord Records

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1997 | RCA Camden

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 20. August 1967 | Legacy Recordings

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 26. September 2000 | RCA Records Label

Greatest Hits is a terrific compilation of 22 digitally remastered Henry Mancini favorites, including his soundtrack themes "Peter Gunn," "The Pink Panther Theme," "Love Theme From Romeo and Juliet," "Mr. Lucky," and "Breakfast at Tiffany's," among many others. The collection also includes well-known Mancini tunes like "Moon River," "The Days of Wine and Roses," "Baby Elephant Walk," and "Dear Heart" to name a few. The sound is crystal clear and the track selection demonstrates over and over again Mancini's gifts for melody and mood. Overall, it's probably the best single-disc introduction to Mancini's work yet assembled. © TiVo
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Bossa Nova & brasilianische Musik - Erschienen am 15. Juli 2019 | RevOla

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Pop - Erschienen am 28. August 2015 | RCA - Legacy

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Pop - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1961 | RCA - Legacy

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 9. Dezember 2014 | RCA Victor - Legacy

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 1. Januar 1959 | Buddha Records

Remember how strikingly contemporary it seemed when Miami Vice used Phil Collins and Glenn Frey on its soundtrack, or years later when the producers of Gilmore Girls and The O.C. showcased young indie bands on their shows? Well, it was just that revolutionary in 1958 when Blake Edwards, producer of the otherwise fairly standard detective show Peter Gunn, tapped the young composer Henry Mancini to write a soundtrack informed by the West Coast-style cool jazz of Dave Brubeck and Chet Baker. The soundtrack album for Peter Gunn may be best known for the cool twang guitar riff of the main theme (later lifted wholesale by the B-52's for "Planet Claire," among others who recognized its forbidding cool), but this is his most jazz-influenced soundtrack work. There's some particularly impressive work by drummer Shelly Manne and vibes player Victor Feldman, whose cool, understated playing seems to deliberately recall that of Milt Jackson. © Rovi Staff /TiVo
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Jazz - Erschienen am 4. November 2013 | Moonbeams Records

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Original Soundtrack - Erschienen am 14. Mai 1966 | RCA - Legacy

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