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sábado, 10 de diciembre de 2016

Terry Snyder & The All-Stars • Percussion Lounge



One of the leading percussionists of the SABPM era, Terry Snyder worked with Bert Block's studio groups, the Bert Block Orchestra, a standard big band, and the Bell Music Orchestra, which anticipated the SABPM era with its arrangements for celesta, bells, and drums. He became a featured player on New York City radio station WNEW in 1940.
Snyder was Perry Como's favorite drummer, and he worked with Como on recordings, radio, and television from the late 1940s until his death. He sat in with a variety of groups through the early 1950s, from classical schmaltz pianist Shura to Stan Freeman's harpsichord album to light jazz combos led by Bill Clifton. He worked with Enoch Light and Lew Davies on the first four "Persuasive Percussion" LPs on Command, then was hired away by United Artists to debut their competing "Wall-to-Wall Sound" series of gatefold LPs.


1 - I Surrender Dear
2 - Orchids In the Moonlight
3 - I'm In the Mood for Love
4 - Taboo
5 - Out off Nowhere
6 - The Breeze and I
7 - Dearly Beloved
8 - La Cucaracha
9 - Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
10 - My Heart Belongs to Daddy
11 - I Love Paris
12 - Blue Tango
13 - Aloha Oe
14 - Japanese Sandman
15 - Blue Is to Night
16 - Whatever Lola Wants
17 - Misirlou
18 - Lady of Spain
19 - In a Persian Market
20 - Brazil
21 - Mambo Jambo
22 - Yours Is My Heart Alone
23 - Miami Beach Rhumba
24 - Rock-A Bongo Boogie

Género: Jazz, Pop
Estilo: Space-Age, Big Band, Easy Listening
Año: 1959


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