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HISTORY OF THE MUSICAL KNIGHTS – 1927-1995

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HISTORY OF THE MUSICAL KNIGHTS – 1927-1995

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EIGHT DECADES OF MUSICAL HIT HISTORY!!

1. I’ll Love You In My Dreams/Hello Cutie (1927) Horace Heidt & The Californians
2. Gone With The Wind (1937 #1 Pop) Larry Cotton, Alvino Rey, Horace Heidt & The Brigadiers
3. Little Heaven Of The Seven Seas (1937 #3 Pop) King Sisters, Alvino Rey
4. Ti-Pi-Tin (1938#1 Pop) Lysbeth Hughes, Larry Cotton, King Sisters & Brigadiers
5. I Don’t Want To Set The World On Fire (1941 #1 Pop) Larry Cotton, Donna & her Don Juans & Musical Knights
6. Deep In The Heart of Texas (1942) Frank DeVol, Frankie Carle, Fred Lowery, Donna & her Don Juans
7. Where Or When (1944) Abe Aaron, Shorty Sherock, Mel Henke & Musical Knights
8. Lady Of Spain (1949) Dick Contino, first winner of the “Original Youth Opportunity Program”
9. It’s In The Book (1952 # Pop) Johnny Standley, first comedy hit single
10. Building A Band (1955) Horace Heidt, Tony Johnson & Pinky Savitt (trumpet) 11. Bugle Call Rag (1955) Benny Carter (arr.), Ted Nash, Shorty Sherock & TT Trumpeteers
12. Charge (1960) Bob Grabeau, Gil Hodges, Norm Sherry, Wally Moon, Duke Snyder, Johnny Roseboro & Horace Heidt
13. Hot Lips (1964) Al Hirt, Red Nichols, Pete Candoli & TT Trumpeteers, Last TV Special “Family Night with Horace Heidt”
14. On With The Show (1987) Horace Heidt Jr. Theme Song
15. Just A Closer Walk With Thee (1987) Henry Cuesta (clarinet) 16. Raider Theme (1981-1995) Walt Johnson (trumpet)
17. Don’t Dream of Anybody But Me (1987) Horace Heidt, Jr. (vocals) & Mike Price (trumpet)
18. Caravan (1987) Henry Cuesta, Dave Posse, Jack Sperling & Lon Norman (arranger)
19. Eleanor Rigby (1987) Doug Atwell (violin) , & Walt Johnson (piccolo.trumpet)
20. Blues In The Night (1987) John Rinaldo (trumpet)
21. Night Train (1995) Mike Daigeau, Paul Cacia, Greg Degler & Walt Johnson
22. Lord’s Prayer (1955) Horace Heidt & Ralph Stigwald (1949 Talent Show winner)

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Weight 0.50 lbs
Dimensions 2 x 2 x 2 cm

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