Album Henry Mancini - The Music From Peter Gunn
|1||Session At Pete's Pad||3:57|
|2||Slow And Easy||3:05|
|3||Brief And Breezy||3:30|
|5||The Brothers Go To Mother's||2:53|
|6||Not From Dixie||4:08|
|12||A Profound Gass||3:18|
|LPM-1956||Henry Mancini||The Music From "Peter Gunn" (LP, Album, Mono)||RCA Victor||LPM-1956||US||1959|
|CAPP 1956 SA||Henry Mancini||The Music From "Peter Gunn" (SACD, Hybrid, Album, RE, RM)||Analogue Productions||CAPP 1956 SA||US||2016|
|LSP-1956, LSP 1956||Henry Mancini||The Music From Peter Gunn (LP, Album)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||LSP-1956, LSP 1956||US||1959|
|ANS1-2143||Henry Mancini||The Music From "Peter Gunn" (8-Trk, Album, RE)||RCA||ANS1-2143||US||1977|
|ERL 50013||Henry Mancini||Peter Gunn (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Eros||ERL 50013||UK||1960|
- Alto Saxophone – Ted Nash (tracks: A4)
- Baritone Saxophone – Ronny Lang (tracks: A2)
- Bass – Rolly Bundock (tracks: B1)
- Conductor, Composed By – Henry Mancini
- Drums – Jack Sperling (tracks: B1)
- Piano – Johnny T. Williams (tracks: A3)
- Producer – Simon Rady
- Sleeve Notes – Blake Edwards
- Trombone – Dick Nash (tracks: A5), Milt Bernhart (tracks: A5)
- Trumpet – Pete Candoli (tracks: B1)
- Vibraphone – Larry Bunker (tracks: A3), Vic Feldman (tracks: A6, B2, B4)
The Side B runout includes XXX to obscure an error.
Musician credits are from Blake Edwards' sleeve notes. Full credits for all tracks are not provided.
Recorded in Hollywood, August 26 and 31, and September 4 and 29, 1958.
- Matrix / Runout (on label Side A): K2PP-0163
- Matrix / Runout (on label Side B): K2PP-0164
- Matrix / Runout (runout Side A): A1A 7 K2PP 0163
- Matrix / Runout (runout Side B): A1A 7 K2PP XXX4 0164
- Manufactured By – RCA Of Australia Pty. Ltd.
- Published By – Chappell's ∙ Sydney
The Music from Peter Gunn - Henry Mancini. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Music from Peter Gunn is a 1959 album by Henry Mancini, RCA Victor LPMLSP-1956, the soundtrack of the TV series Peter Gunn. It was the first album ever to win the Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 1959. It was followed by More Music from Peter Gunn, RCA Victor LPMLSP-2040. Jack Sheldon played trumpet on the original album. The opening theme music is notable for its combination of jazz orchestration with a straightforward rock 'n roll beat. In his autobiography Did They Mention the Music. Tracklist A1 Peter Gunn A2 Sorta Blue A3 The Brothers Go To Mother's A4 Dreamsville A5 Session At Pete's Pad A6 Soft Sounds B1 Fallout B2 The Floater B3. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей. Songs in album Henry Mancini - The Music From Peter Gunn 1959. Henry Mancini - Peter Gunn. Henry Mancini - Sort A Blue. Henry Mancini - The Brothers Go To Mother's. Henry Mancini - Dreamsville. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. 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. Henry Mancini. TV Soundtrack 1959. Peter Gunn. Peter Gunn is the theme music composed by Henry Mancini for the television show of the same name. The song was the opening track on the original soundtrack album, The Music from Peter Gunn, released in 1959. Mancini won an Emmy Award and two Grammys for Album of the Year and Best Arrangement. In his 1989 autobiography Did They Mention the Music Mancini states: The alto saxophone solo was played by Hollywood studio musician Ted Nash. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist Sample. If you're old enough to remember the tv series Peter Gunn you'll love this Mancini is not very well known for his jazz composition, but the fact is he composed a helluvalot more than elevator music. I wasn't sure when I ordered this album if I was going to like it, but being a jazz musician myself, I was heavily influenced by this TV program & the greaqt jazz that emanated from recording was digitally remastered & the sound is out of this world