Marty Gold and His Orchestra

Soundpower Music to the Limits of Audibility

RCA Space Age Pop - Exotica

Reference: 74321 93857 2

Bar code: 743219385727

Space-age pop arranger and composer Marty Gold was born December 26, 1915 in New York City; after spending the early decades of his career as a big-band pianist, during the early 1950s he became a studio arranger at Decca Records, and also authored the Four Aces' 1951 smash "Tell Me Why." Gold later jumped to RCA, where he collaborated on a series of LPs by the Three Suns; he also arranged and conducted numerous sessions for Peter Nero. For RCA and its affiliates Vik and X, Gold and his orchestra recorded a series of LPs -- among them Organized for Hi-Fi, Stereo Action Goes Hollywood, Soundpower! Music to the Limits of Audibility and Soundaroundus -- much prized by today's collectors of space-age lounge-pop.


1. I'll Remember April (Ray-dePaul-Johnson)
2. Stella by Starlight (Washington-Young)
3. The Moon Was Yellow (Leslie-Ahlert)
4. The Terry Theme from "Limelight" (Chaplin)
5. Without a Song (Rose-Eliscu-Youmans)
6. Harlem Nocturne (Hagen)
7. Shangri-la (Malneck-Maxwell)
8. A String of Pearls (Gary)
9. I Left my Heart in San Francisco (Cross-Cory)
10. I Concentrate on You (Porter)
11. Till There Was You (Wilson)
12. Misty (Garner)

Recorded in New York, December 11, 1962


14,95 €  (tax incl.)

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