Acquaviva & His Orchestra - A Man With A Dream 02:59. Paul Whiteman - Shanghai Dream Man 03:27. Carmen McRae - Man, That Was A Dream 03:25. Harlem Yu - A Lazy Man's Dream 03:59. Fletcher Henderson - My Dream Man 03:00. Abbe Lane - A Man And His Dream 02:40. Orquestra Tropicana - Every Man Must Have a Dream 03:57. Al Bowlly - A Man and His Dream 03:30. Nat Adderley - This Man's Dream 05:26.
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A Man and His Music is a 1965 double album by Frank Sinatra. It provides a brief retrospective of Sinatra's musical career. The album won the 1967 Grammy Award for Album of the Year.
Artist: Bob Haymes, n/a, Acquaviva and his Orchestra, Acquaviva Orchestra. Album: The Golden Age of Light Music: The Show Goes On. Release year: 2008. Download Acquaviva and his Orchestra, Acquaviva Orchestra, Bob Haymes, n/a - Curtain Time. The Golden Age of Light Music: The Show Goes On: Best 2 songs. Charles Williams, Jack Beaver, n/a, Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra Conducted By Charles Williams, Queen's Hall Light Orchestra - Picture Parade 02:57.
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With Freddie's unique lead alto saxophone captivating radio listeners from Cincinnati to Catalina Island, the Garber Band - with a sound like Lombardo but lots peppier - became an overnight sensation at Chicago's famed Trianon Ballroom. A year later, it was solidly entrenched among the most popular dance groups in the entire country. Prominent in this emergence were the imaginative musical arrangements of pianist Doug Roe; the singing of Nebraska native Lee Bennett; and a series of comic skits, special shows and mini-concerts during each dance
Performed live by the orchestra, Man With a Movie Camera doesn't allow J Swinscoe to indulge in his usual post-production magic, but it is a surprisingly adept score, with occasional bursts of on-the-one jazz-funk wailing to break it up. (Pity the poor comrade who's soundtracked 70 years later with a hyper-speed Pretty Purdie-type drum solo and some old-school-rap samples in the background. Scattered moments of brilliance abound, and at one point, someone on sax comes up with a brilliant foghorn recreation.
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When the Orchestra plays it "cool," as on the reprise of their cover of the Art Ensemble of Chicago's "Theme de Yoyo", they come perilously close to playing background music that might even go unnoticed by the guys in the band. Drummer Luke Flowers and reedist Tom Chant do an admirable job of keeping things afloat on the slow, cocktail funk simmer, as electric piano and Phil France's bass make sure everything stays in its right place- yet, without a climax, or any obvious direction, the tune meanders. This isn't a bad album, but should almost certainly work better with something else happening.