Together - Robert Farnon And His Orchestra - Sunny Side Up (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Wednesday, April 25, Something Beautiful Sunday, April 22, Something Beautiful Quality Radio Productions is pleased to debut a brand new radio series, the first new QRP creation since its inception back in QRP presents Something Beautiful. This series will feature familiar popular songs done in a lush, relaxing orchestral setting. This music has often been called Easy Listening, Lounge Music, Elevator Music Album)and, in radio lingo, it was known for a long time as "Beautiful Music".

Hence why this series is called Something Beautiful. This music is seldom heard on the radio these days, and I want to change that in whatever small way I possibly can. Shows will be approximately 59 minutes in length, and will be available in mp3 format. Unlike Together - Robert Farnon And His Orchestra - Sunny Side Up (Vinyl QRP music programs, Something Beautiful will feature two extended sets of music with very little talk.

This was how most Beautiful Music radio stations were programmed during the s and 70s, then this music was at its peak. I hope you will enjoy this new series. As always, any radio station may take this series absolutely free of charge.

If you like what you hear, please share these programs with your friends. Tuesday, March 27, Classics and Beyond Allegro con Spirito II. Andante III. Scherzo II.

Canzone III. Sunday, March 25, Upstate Radio Theatre Radin" Saturday, March 24, Lake Air Tuesday, LP 20, Jazz Progressions Wednesday, March 14, Classics and Beyond Adagio Molto e Album) IV. Pan et Les Bergers II. Little-known singer Gene Redding, who issued one album on Capitol under his own name insings three songs here and while his vocals are mildly appealing, the songs he sings barely register.

This is one of the first feature films Patrick Williams had scored for some years, as he was tied up in scoring a great deal of episodic television and serving as Composer in Residence at the University of Colorado. Here he comes up with a particularly lovely theme, given lyrics by the estimable Alan and Marilyn Bergman, and voiced by the renowned jingle singer Kacey Kvitka Cisyk But it seems to be trafficking in a sort of country-and-western melodrama that would neither have appealed to the mass populous of the time nor provide a score that would appeal to many looking for a stirring musical experience.

Patrick Williams provides a suitable enough musical setting with a soundtrack that only kicks into gear, such as it is, on side two. For the record, the album cover is one of the strangest — and worst — concepts conceived during this period, especially considering it was a major-label release - but it matched the film poster art too. It would be a dream to hear a whole album of Patrick Williams in this mode! Apparently, Patrick Williams prepared his music for Cuba for a soundtrack album release that never happened.

Cuba is a bravura musical achievement. It was performed there by an orchestra made up mostly of students, with other musicians drawn from the Denver symphony.

The piece received a Pulitzer Prize nomination that year. While the concerto has its moments, particularly during the improvisational sections, and the orchestral passages are often magisterial, there is a never the aural marriage of the two streams there ought to be in such a concoction. But even this feels like five or six separate and distinctly different pieces edited together. None of this is meant to minimize the musical contributions of any one of the participants.

Fans of either Phil Woods or Dave Grusin will not be entirely disappointed. It simply lacks the drama and conviction that Williams has been known to provide to many film scores where there is a story that simply needs music to be expressed and any of his shorter musical pieces. Laws and Klugh are perfect together and backed here by a small group of L. Great music abounds here, from "Down River," the film's main theme, and the slow funk of "Night Moves" good solos from Laws and Klugh to the swinging and jazzy "The Edge" and the soundtrack-sounding "The Caper," which briefly cops a lick from "Rise," Herb Alpert's hit of the previous year that also featured Lang's keyboards.

Williams expertly crafts themes that not only work well in the film, but play to the strengths and the advantages of his soloists, notably on "Piccolo Boogie" for Laws and "Dream Something" and "It's So Easy Loving You" for Klugh.

Here's a pair of dancing couples and some Spanish lace. Not too shabby. You can never go wrong with dancers. Together - Robert Farnon And His Orchestra - Sunny Side Up (Vinyl people hear me describing these doodles, I imagine this is what they think about. Very simple line drawings, sort of flowing, quite abstract and swirly.

I see some flowers in there, a bird, and I think that trail at upper right is supposed to represent a bee. No, wait, that's leftover from a stamp used by radio station WFBF to identify this record as one of their own. Let me go back and clean that out of there Here, no more "bee trail". Sorry 'bout that. Another day, another few doodles. This first one is by a familiar, yet unknown artist. The initials RR have shown up several times herehere and here previously here at Ernie Not Bertbut unfortunately, no other info has come to light on who this might actually be.

Oh, and you even get a tag on the front, "NEW". Not too exciting, that one. Wait a minute. Didn't we get a "NEW" before?

Small world. Uh-oh, here's trouble. This hornet nest is in a maple tree near my parent's house. Surely no good will come of this. It is quite attractive, though. I like all the different shades of brown. Here's a picture I took back in June, but didn't share. I always gain a greater appreciation for my pictures some time after I took them.

I guess I blew past this one because it's slightly out of focus or something. He didn't stay put for long, though. I guess he realized how much he stood out against those pink blossoms and didn't want to become bird food. If you're like me, you have a hundred thousand or so digital pictures laying around on half a dozen hard drives and umpteen hundreds of CDs and DVDs. And you have no idea what you'll ever do with them all.

Well, it turns out that Microsoft is working on ways to do something useful with them. They're looking at ways to take all those pictures, actually multiple pictures of the same object, and turn them into 3D views.

I'm sure it's a long way off still, but they have some interesting stuff to look at for now. Imagine being able to take a dozen or so shots of the strip in Las Vegas, then being able to travel it in three dimensions via those photos.

It sounds incredible, but they're hard at work on it. Well have to wait and see what happens. In the meantime, I'm going to have to take even more pictures! Not all of my doodles are from classic LPs of the 50s and 60s. They aren't even all from good albums. In this case, the LP is by a local entertainer in South Florida, from the late 70s or early 80s. It's even autographed! This may be a generic sleeve that Ray used for other releases, since the title is on the LP, not the sleeve, and the tracklist on the LP is actually a sticker.

Gotta save that money, I suppose. There is a signature on this doodle, I think it says Rodz. I'm not finding anything on Google with that name, though. Page: Together - Robert Farnon And His Orchestra - Sunny Side Up (Vinyl 1 2.

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Show out of stock titles. Both labels had "Made in U. The Richmond Percussive Stereo series used a white label with a light blue field starting above the center hole. Print was black.

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Hence why this series is called Something Beautiful. This music is seldom heard on the radio these days, and I want to change that in whatever small way I possibly can. Shows will be approximately 59 minutes in length, and will be available in mp3 format. Unlike other QRP music programs, Something Beautiful will feature two extended sets of music with very little talk.

This was how most Beautiful Music radio stations were programmed during the s and 70s, then this music was at its peak. I hope you will enjoy this new series.

As always, any radio station may take this series absolutely free of charge. If you like what you hear, please share these programs with your friends. Tuesday, March 27, Classics and Beyond Allegro con Spirito II. Andante III. Scherzo II. Canzone III. Sunday, March 25, Upstate Radio Theatre Radin" Saturday, March 24, Lake Air Tuesday, March 20, Jazz Progressions Wednesday, March 14, Classics and Beyond Adagio Molto e Mesto IV.

Pan et Les Bergers II. Tuesday, March 13, Upstate Radio Theatre Sunday, March 11, Jazz Progressions Saturday, March 10, The Jazz Scene Thursday, March 8, Lake Air Moderato con Anima II. Intenso, Liberamente III. No, wait, that's leftover from a stamp used by radio station WFBF to identify this record as one of their own. Let me go back and clean that out of there Here, no more "bee trail".

Sorry 'bout that. Another day, another few doodles. This first one is by a familiar, yet unknown artist. The initials RR have shown up several times herehere and here previously here at Ernie Not Bertbut unfortunately, no other info has come to light on who this might Together - Robert Farnon And His Orchestra - Sunny Side Up (Vinyl be.

Oh, and you even get a tag on the front, "NEW". Not too exciting, that one. Wait a minute. Didn't we get a "NEW" before? Small world. Uh-oh, here's trouble. This hornet nest is in a maple tree near my parent's house. Surely no good will come LP this.

It is quite attractive, though. I like all the different shades of brown. Here's a picture I took back in June, but didn't share.

I always gain a greater appreciation for my pictures some time after I took them. I guess I blew past this one because it's slightly out of focus or something. He didn't stay put for long, though.

I guess he realized how much he stood out against those pink blossoms and didn't want to become bird food. If you're like me, you have a hundred thousand or so digital pictures laying around on half a dozen hard drives and umpteen hundreds of CDs and DVDs. And you have no idea what you'll ever do with them all. Well, it turns out that Microsoft is working on ways to do something useful with them.

They're looking at ways to take all those pictures, actually multiple pictures of the same object, and turn them into 3D views. I'm sure it's a long way off still, but they have some interesting stuff to look at for now. Imagine being able to take a dozen or so shots of the strip in Las Vegas, then being able to travel it in three dimensions via those photos. It sounds incredible, but they're hard at work on it.

Well have to wait and see what happens. In the meantime, I'm going to have to take even more pictures! Not all of my doodles are from classic LPs of the 50s and 60s. They aren't even all from good albums.

In this case, the LP is by a local entertainer in South Florida, from the late 70s or early 80s. It's even autographed! This may be a generic sleeve that Ray used for other releases, since the title is on the LP, not the sleeve, and the tracklist on the LP is actually a sticker.

Gotta save that money, I suppose. There is a signature on this doodle, I think it says Rodz. I'm not finding anything on Google with that name, though. Can Together - Robert Farnon And His Orchestra - Sunny Side Up (Vinyl be anyone out there in the history of recorded music who's more doodle worthy than Spike Jones?

I think not. The front also features a painting by Mr. Davis, this time in Album). If I loved you all more, I'd scan it in, but I don't have that much energy. The front does sport a tag with the catchphrase "Spike's Funniest Hits" though, which I have taken the time to scan and share below. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page.

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Despite a program that more or less replicates the former Verve album, Pat Williams reveals much more of a personified definition here and comes up with a record that has much verve and originality to offer, even though its innate of a pop-ified though mostly ignored end. Williams is developing an orchestral personality here that was lacking somewhat significantly on Shades of Today.

Carry Onwhich seems though it was probably recorded for Verve, was way too cool for Verve. And a magnificent bunch it is. Truly, Williams had never written material prior to Threshold that could best this level of invention and excitement. Adding tremendously subtle horns and a string section and a sterling rhythm section featuring Mike Melvoin on keyboards, Larry Carlton and Dennis Budimer on guitars, Jim Hughart on bass and — most notably — John Guerin on drums, Williams comes up with a truly dazzling program here that, believe it or not, beautifully mixes jazz with rock and classical in a way that never sounds like a forced fusion and something that Patrick Williams can pretty much claim as his own.

Thresholdwhich won the Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement at the 17th Annual Grammy Awards presentation inis without question one of the very best examples of orchestral jazz produced during the seventies. The Capitol album has since been reissued on CD by the composer himself on his own Soundwings label in the s and, more recently, as part of the ArtistShare cooperative. It would have been nice to have this music included on subsequent CD releases of Threshold.

But, alas, these songs languish in rarefied world of hard-to-get 45s. Little-known singer Gene Redding, who issued one album on Capitol under his own name insings three songs here and while his vocals are mildly appealing, the songs he sings barely register. This is one of the first feature films Patrick Williams had scored for some years, as he was tied up in scoring a great deal of episodic television and serving as Composer in Residence at the University of Colorado.

Here he comes up with a particularly lovely theme, given lyrics by the estimable Alan and Marilyn Bergman, and voiced by the renowned LP singer Kacey Kvitka Cisyk But it seems to be trafficking in a sort of country-and-western melodrama that would neither have appealed to the mass populous of the time nor provide a score that would appeal to many looking for a stirring musical experience.

Patrick Williams provides a suitable enough musical setting with a soundtrack that only kicks into gear, such as it is, on side two. For the record, the album cover is one of the strangest — and worst — concepts conceived during this period, especially considering it was a major-label release - but it matched the film poster art too.

It would be a dream to hear a whole album of Patrick Williams in this mode! Apparently, Patrick Williams prepared his music for Cuba for a soundtrack album release that never happened. Cuba is a bravura musical achievement.

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