Category: Rock

A Wonderful Guy - Ray Conniff His Orchestra And Chorus* - Broadway In Rhythm (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. Listen to your favorite songs from 'S Wonderful! by Ray Conniff & His Orchestra Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and .
  2. 4 A Wonderful Guy. 5 Bali Ha'i. 6 Younger Than Springtime. 7 Some Enchanted Evening. Ray Conniff His Orchestra And Chorus ‎– The Happy Beat Of Ray Conniff His Orchestra And Chorus SHM Vinyl. Side One. Michael Jackson ‎– Off The Wall Epic ‎– S EPC A5 / B5 Vinyl, LP, Album, Gatefold.
  3. Because of the success of his backing arrangements, and the new sound Conniff created, Miller allowed him to make his own record, and this became the successful ’s Wonderful!, a collection of standards that were recorded with an orchestra and a wordless singing chorus .
  4. Ray Conniff had a solid career of big band arranging and conducting the orchestras backing Columbia Records' stable of '50s pop singers before he managed to get his name on a record himself. But that didn't prepare anybody for the success of this album, named after the Gershwin song he first arranged when he was working for Artie Shaw. Conniff updated the big band .
  5. Recordings made available under the Music Modernization Act. A reasonable search has been conducted to determine that these items are not commercially available. 5 second samples. forludeneburbarsciherceticonce.coinfo more on Internet Archive's forludeneburbarsciherceticonce.coinfo .
  6. In , Conniff started The Ray Conniff Singers (12 women and 13 men, comprising mainly the Ron Hicklin Singers and released the album It's the Talk of the Town. This group brought him his biggest hit: Somewhere My Love (). The album's title track's lyrics were sung to the music of "Lara's Theme" from the film Doctor Zhivago, and it became a US top 10 single.
  7. View all records by Ray Conniff His Orchestra And Chorus* for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  8. For Mr. Conniff, one of the most gifted arranger-conductors around these days, has taken fourteen splendid songs from Broadway and given them his own inimitable arrangements for orchestra and wordless chorus, and produced yet another in his engaging series that began with the enormously popular "'S Wonderful.".

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