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Bobby Crush (born Robert Nicholas Crush, 23 March 1954) is an English pianist


WIKIPEDIA Bobby's recordings include his debut album Bobby Crush, which reached no. 15 in the UK Albums Chart, and chart singles "Borsalino" and "The Sting". He has made 13 piano albums (not including compilations). His "Double Decker Party Album", which was TV-advertised, sold 100,000 copies and brought him a double gold disc. His "Piano Party" album also went gold in New Zealand. Bobby is featured vocally on Pickwick's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat playing the role of "Pharaoh" and songs from the musical Hair for Carlton Records. Following the release of his album Reel Music, Bobby toured with Gene Pitney, playing a total of 30 dates with him including the London Palladium. Other career highlights include "The Stonewall Equality Show" at the Royal Albert Hall and a tour of "Back to Bacharach", Crush's tribute show to Burt Bacharach, for which he also wrote the script.

 

Pino Calvi (Voghera, January 12, 1930 - Palazzina di Castana, January 4, 1989) was a pianist, conductor and composer

Calvi composed many Italian songs and soundtracks for movies and dramas. A prolific composer, he wrote among many Accarezzame, one of the best known songs of Neapolitan music, played by artists such as Roberto Murolo, Ornella Vanoni, Peppino Di Capri, Achille Togliani, Teddy Reno, Fred Bongusto, Gigliola Cinquetti, Paolo Fresu. Son of art, although his father was a musician, as a child learns the rudiments of music and then a teenager, he joined the orchestra dance of the father. After graduating from a land surveyor, he graduated from the outer to the Conservatory and later approaches to jazz, playing the piano along with musicians such as Giorgio Azzolini bassist, guitarist and drummer Bruno De Filippi Gilberto Cuppini. At the end of the fifties then becomes arranger for Columbia and His Master's Voice, made ​​many recordings of light music for singers of the two labels. In 1957 he took part with a dream of crystal in the Sanremo Festival: the song, with the words written by Alberto Testa, is presented by Carla Boni and Jula De Palma; in 1962 is back with the umbrella, sung by Johnny Dorelli. The festival also conducts the orchestra in 1963 (the year in which it is again in the race with did not know, sung by Milva and Gianni Lacommare), in 1964 and 1966 In 1968 he made the Romantic album n ° 1, which returns with new arrangements of some famous songs of the period (such as Sunny or Lara's theme from the soundtrack of the film Doctor Zhivago), where Azzolini accompany him on bass, De Filippi on guitar Cuomo and Henry on drums; is the first in a series of albums recorded for various labels but with the same title and numbered consecutively. Become famous among the general public in the second half of the sixties and seventies due to its participation in certain programs of RAI, especially in the historic Without network, broadcast from studios in Naples, where he was conductor polite and affable, and two historic in Sunday editions presented by Conrad in 1978 and 1979; I also participated in and the Epiphany with Raimondo Vianello and Sandra Mondaini, transmission combined with the Lottery Italy, where he launched the ending theme performed on the piano "Alexandra", dedicated to the Mondaini; for the actress also wrote a text by Alberto Testa, the song "Sbirulino", the name of one of the characters played by Mondaini most loved by the public. He then returned with Corrado to conduct the orchestra program Grand Canal. Among his biggest hits, as well as Accarezzame, Monte Carlo (with lyrics by Leo Chiosso) swinging song sung by Johnny Dorelli that is part of the soundtrack of the film Crimen (1960) by Mario Camerini (starring Alberto Sordi, Vittorio Gassman, Nino Manfredi, Franca Valeri, Silvana Mangano). He has composed soundtracks for numerous dramas of RAI including Lt. Sheridan (1971), Ubu Roi (1971), Joe Petrosino (1972), Malombra (1974), The Dutch died (1974), Diagnosis (1975), Forget Lisa (1976)

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Steve Gray (18 April 1944 – 20 September 2008) was a British pianist, composer, and arranger.

WIKIPEDIA Gray was born in Middlesbrough, England. At the age of ten, he began teaching himself to play the piano. He joined the Middlesbrough Junior Orchestra, at first playing the bassoon, but later switching to the saxophone. The orchestra was directed by Ron Aspery, who would go on to create the fusion group Back Door. During the 1970s he played sessions for Quincy Jones, Henry Mancini, Michel Legrand, Lalo Schifrin, Peggy Lee, Sammy Davis Jr and John Barry.

Charles Williams (8 May 1893 – 7 September 1978)



Charles Williams was a British composer and conductor, contributing music to over 50 films. While his career ran from 1934 through 1968, much of his work came to the big screen as stock music and was therefore uncredited. Charles Williams real name was Isaac Cozerbreit...  (he took the same professional name as his Polish-born father, who was also in the entertainment business). His theme from the British 1947 movie While I Live is aka The Dream of Olwen and is one of Williams' best known pieces and was enormously popular in the 1940s and 1950s.
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Ray Ellis (July 28, 1923 – October 27, 2008) was an American record producer, arranger and conductor.

Ellis was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He arranged many hit records in the 1950s and 1960s. Included are classics such as "A Certain Smile" by Johnny Mathis, "Broken Hearted Melody" by Sarah Vaughan, and "Standing on the Corner" by the Four Lads. In 1970, he produced Emmylou Harris' debut LP Gliding Bird. Ellis' work encompassed all areas of music, from records to film, commercials, and television. His television theme music credits include NBC News At Sunrise with Connie Chung and the original cartoon series Spider-Man. In the early 1960s, Ellis had a contract to produce his own easy listening record albums with RCA Victor, MGM, and Columbia, the most popular probably being Ellis in Wonderland.

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Caravelli, real name Claude Vasori, (born 12 September 1930, Paris) is a French orchestra leader, composer and arranger of orchestral music.

The son of an Italian father and a French mother, Vasori was initially instructed in music by his mother in piano and voicing/harmony at seven years old, and later, when he was thirteen he began to attend the Paris Conservatoire. At twenty he was professionally touring, accompanying singers on piano, and at 26 years old he started as orchestra conductor. Vasori took his stage name in 1956 from the newly introduced twin-jet Caravelle from Caravelle Aerospatiale. This plane was the first jet created for the short-haul market. The first Caravelle entered service for Air France on May 9, 1959. He made it more Italianate in honor of his father's origins, changing the last letter: “CARAVELLI et son Violons Magiques/& his Magnificent Strings”.






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