All-Time Great Instrumental Hits, Vol. 1

All-Time Great Instrumental Hits, Vol. 1


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All-Time Great Instrumental Hits, Vol. 1 is a budget-priced, 12-track collection of easy listening hits from the '50s and '60s by Les Baxter ("Unchained Melody," "The Poor People of Paris"), Nelson Riddle ("Lisbon Antigua"), Ferrante & Teicher ("Exodus"), Ray Anthony ("Dragnet," "Up a Lazy River," "Peter Gunn"), Les Paul ("Whispering"), Don Costa ("Never on Sunday") and Roger Williams ("Born Free"). It's a bit of a scattershot collection, but it's an entertaining listen.

Product Details

Release Date: 11/27/1990
Label: Curb Records
UPC: 0715187740327
catalogNumber: 77403
Rank: 118656

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Ferrante & Teicher   Track Performer
Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians   Track Performer
Roger Williams   Track Performer
Baxter   Track Performer
Paul   Track Performer
Ray Anthony   Track Performer
Pee Wee Hunt   Track Performer
Caiola   Track Performer
Si Zentner   Track Performer
Joe Carr   Track Performer
Don Costa   Track Performer
Nelson Riddle   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Ferrante & Teicher   Contributor
Guy Lombardo & His Royal Canadians   Contributor
Roger Williams   Contributor
Baxter   Contributor
Paul   Contributor
Ray Anthony   Contributor
Pee Wee Hunt   Contributor
Caiola   Contributor
Anton Karas   Composer
Si Zentner   Contributor
Euday L. Bowman   Composer
Joe "Fingers" Carr   Contributor
Don Costa   Contributor
Mike Curb   Executive Producer
Nelson Riddle   Contributor
Vincent Rose   Composer
John Schoenberger   Composer
Don Ovens   Liner Notes
Richard Coburn   Composer

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All-Time Great Instrumental Hits, Vol. 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the best tapes I had, but it broke. The title is The Old Songs are the Best Songs by Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians. Could someone please help me find another tape or alblum. Thankyou