Ted Heath Ted Heath and His Music 1944-1954

Ted Heath and His Music 1944-1954
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Format: CD  (2 Discs)
Item:  FLOB 2012
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CD Details

  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Released:
  • Label: Fabulous

Tracks:

  • 1.Opus One
  • 2.The Very Thought Of You
  • 3.My Guy's Come Back
  • 4.Twilight Time
  • 5.First Jump
  • 6.East Of The Sun
  • 7.Not So Quiet Please
  • 8.Wotcher! (Knocked 'Em In The Old Kent Road)
  • 9.Bakerloo Non-Stop
  • 10.Any Old Iron
  • 11.Donegal Credle Song
  • 12.Experiment
  • 13.Ad Lib Frolic
  • 14.Open The Door, Richard
  • 15.Route 66
  • 16.People Will Say We're In Love
  • 17.Taboo
  • 18.Bahia
  • 19.A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
  • 20.London Suite (Limehouse)
  • 21.London Suite (Piccadilly)
  • 22.Dark Eyes
  • 23.You Go To My Head
  • 24.Harlem Nocturne
  • 25.The Touch Of Your Lips
  • 26.Two Guitars
  • 27.Narcissus
  • 28.Ladybyrd
  • 29.Sophisticated Lady
  • 30.Lyonia
  • 31.Euphoria
  • 32.Move
  • 33.With A Song In My Heart
  • 34.Birmingham Bounce
  • 35.Button Up Your Overcoat
  • 36.My Very Good Friend The Milkman
  • 37.Poor Little Rich Girl
  • 38.Gone, Gone, Gone
  • 39.The King's Horses
  • 40.Obsession
  • 41.Blacksmith Blues
  • 42.Vanessa
  • 43.You Belong To Me
  • 44.That's A-Why
  • 45.La Rosita
  • 46.Hot Toddy
  • 47.Dragnet
  • 48.The Creep
  • 49.Skin Deep
  • 50.Bell Bottom Blues

Product Description:

A close relative to the Accordion and Concertina the Bandoneon became popular in the 1890's in South America due to its perfect compatibility with the rhythm of the 'Tango'. Without doubt the most famous Bandoneon player was Astor Piazzolla. This album features recordings from an interesting later period in his career. Tracks 1 and 2 are from the 1976 Italian movie 'Cadaveri Eccelenti' whilst tracks 3 through to 7 come from the1985 Italian cult movie 'Henry IV'. Tracks 8 and 10 are with his quintet and track nine is the original version of the inspiration for the Terry Gilliam 1995 movie 'Twelve Monkey's and to round off this very rare collection is Astor's flirtation with early seventies jazz rock.

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Product Info:

  • Sales Rank: 55,357
  • UPC: 824046201227
  • Shipping Weight: 0.27/lbs (approx)
  • International Shipping: 2 items

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