Ted Heath & His Music: Reviewing the Situation | Dutton CDEA6244

Ted Heath & His Music: Reviewing the Situation

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Label: Dutton

Cat No: CDEA6244

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Release Date: 4th December 2015

Contents

Artists

Les Gilbert (saxophone)
Ronnie Chamberlain (saxophone)
Bob Efford (saxophone)
Henry Mackenzie (clarinet)
Derek Warne (piano)
Bert Ezard (trumpet)
Don Lusher (trombone)

Conductor

Ted Heath

Artists

Les Gilbert (saxophone)
Ronnie Chamberlain (saxophone)
Bob Efford (saxophone)
Henry Mackenzie (clarinet)
Derek Warne (piano)
Bert Ezard (trumpet)
Don Lusher (trombone)

Conductor

Ted Heath

About

Rare transcription recordings of the 1960s Volume 9.

Contents:
Programme no.78 (104886): recorded at BBC Studios, London, summer 1960
- Spoken intro (David Jacobs & Ted Heath) & Theme - Listen to My Music (Heath)
- With Sword and Lance (Starke)
- Midnight Sun (Burke; Hampton; Mercer), arranger: Johnny Keating
Les Gilbert, Ronnie Chamberlain (alto sax)
- Reviewing the Situation (Bart)
- With a Song in My Heart (Rodgers; Hart), arranger: Alan Bristow
Les Gilbert (alto sax)
- September in the Rain (Warren; Dubin), arranger: Ralph Dollimore
Bob Efford (tenor sax)
- The Very Thought of You (Noble)
Henry Mackenzie (clarinet)
- The Lonesome Road (Shilkret; Austin), arranger: Bill Oliver
Henry Mackenzie (clarinet), Bob Efford (tenor sax)
- The Anniversary Waltz (Franklin; Dubin), arranger: Don Innes
- When the Saints Go Marching In (Trad), arranger: Johnny Keating
Bob Efford (tenor sax), Ronnie Chamberlain (alto sax)

Programme no.79 (104887): recorded at BBC Studios, London, summer 1960
- Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (Rodgers)
- East of the Sun (Bowman), arranger: Dave Rose
- Mighty Lak' a Rose (Nevin; Stanton), arranger: Frank Horrox
Derek Warne (piano)
- Sand in My Shoes (Schertzinger; Loesser), arranger: Max Harris
- La Mer (Trenet; Lasry), arranger: Reg Owen
- Escape Route (Graham)
- Satin Doll (Ellington; Strayhorn; Mercer), arranger: Johnny Keating
Bob Efford (bass clarinet), Henry Mackenzie (clarinet)
- Blues for Jumbo (Courtley), arranger: Bert Courtley
- Ring dem Bells (Ellington; Mills)
Bob Efford (tenor sax)

Programme no.80 (104888): recorded at BBC Studios, London, summer 1960
- Why Don't You Do Right? (McCoy)
Henry Mackenzie (clarinet), Bob Efford (tenor sax)
- I Know Why (Warren; Gordon)
Bert Ezard (trumpet)
- You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby (Warren; Mercer), arranger: Johnny Hawksworth
Henry Mackenzie (clarinet)
- Perfidia (Dominguez; Cugat; Heagney; Leeds), arranger: Max Harris
Ronnie Chamberlain (soprano sax)
- Lush Slide (Lusher), arranger: Don Lusher
Don Lusher (trombone)
- Unchained Melody (North; Zaret), arranger: Ken Moule
Ronnie Chamberlain (soprano sax)
- It's a Most Unusual Day (McHugh; Adamson), arranger: Derek Warne
- I'm in the Mood for Love (McHugh; Fields)
- Jamaica Man (Graham)
- Ted Heath's spoken sign off & Theme: Listen to My Music (Heath)

All contain Ted Heath's spoken introductions.

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