Having composed some of the most recognisable themes in film history, Henry Mancini will always be remembered as one of the all-time greats in the field of soundtracks. Across a career that spanned six decades, Mancini received an astounding number of accolades for his work, including 20 Grammy Awards. Although he would enjoy consistent success throughout his lifetime, it was during the late 1950s and early 1960s, when Mancini began composing entire film scores independently, that he produced his most legendary work. Henry Mancini remained professionally active throughout the rest of his career, and in all he produced over 90 albums, both soundtracks and original music. He also performed at over 600 orchestral concerts. During his life he received 72 Grammy Award nominations, of which he won 20, and 17 Academy Award nominations, with four wins. Henry Mancini passed away on 14th June 1994, aged 70. This 4 x CD collection, totaling almost five hours of his finest soundtrack work from 1958 to 1963, contains nine complete Mancini records. In completion, this set perfectly demonstrates the huge talents of this master composer, as he almost single-handedly transformed the accepted role of what a movie score could achieve.
Having composed some of the most recognisable themes in film history, Henry Mancini will always be remembered as one of the all-time greats in the field of soundtracks. Across a career that spanned six decades, Mancini received an astounding number of accolades for his work, including 20 Grammy Awards. Although he would enjoy consistent success throughout his lifetime, it was during the late 1950s and early 1960s, when Mancini began composing entire film scores independently, that he produced his most legendary work. Henry Mancini remained professionally active throughout the rest of his career, and in all he produced over 90 albums, both soundtracks and original music. He also performed at over 600 orchestral concerts. During his life he received 72 Grammy Award nominations, of which he won 20, and 17 Academy Award nominations, with four wins. Henry Mancini passed away on 14th June 1994, aged 70. This 4 x CD collection, totaling almost five hours of his finest soundtrack work from 1958 to 1963, contains nine complete Mancini records. In completion, this set perfectly demonstrates the huge talents of this master composer, as he almost single-handedly transformed the accepted role of what a movie score could achieve.
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Format: CD
Label: ENLT
Rel. Date: 07/06/2018
UPC: 823564817606

Classic Soundtrack Collection: 1958-1963
Artist: Henry Mancini
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Main Title
2. Orson Around
3. Blue Pianola
4. Son of Raunchy
5. Strollin' Blues
6. Borderline Montuna
7. Lease Breaker
8. Tana's Theme
9. Background for Murder 1
10. Rock Me to Sleep 1
11. Ku Ku 1
12. Reflection 1
13. The Big Drag 1
14. Peter Gunn 1
15. Sorta Blue 1
16. The Brothers Go to Mother's 1
17. Dreamsville 1
18. Session at Pete's Pad 1
19. Soft Sounds 2
20. Fallout! 2
21. The Floater 2
22. Slow and Easy 2
23. A Profound Gass 2
24. Brief and Breezy 2
25. Not from Dixie 2
26. Walkin' Bass 2
27. Timothy 2
28. Joanna 2
29. My Manne Shelly 3
30. Goofin' at the Coffee House 3
31. Odd Ball 3
32. Blue Steel 3
33. The Little Man Theme 3
34. Spook 3
35. A Quiet Gass 3
36. Lightly 3
37. Blues for Mother's 3
38. Mr. Lucky 3
39. My Friend Andamo 4
40. Softly 4
41. March of the Cue Balls 4
42. Lightly Latin 4
43. Tipsy 4
44. Floating Pad 4
45. One Eyed Cat 4
46. Night Flower 4
47. Chime Time 4
48. Blue Satin 4
49. That's It and That's All 5
50. Moon River 5
51. Something for Cat 5
52. Sally's Tomato 5
53. Mr. Yunioshi 5
54. The Big Blow Out 5
55. Hub Caps and Tail Lights 5
56. Breakfast at Tiffany's 5
57. Latin Golightly 5
58. Holly 5
59. Loose Caboose 6
60. The Big Heist 6
61. Moon River Cha Cha 6
62. Fluter's Ball 6
63. Tooty Twist 6
64. Kelly's Tune 6
65. Golden Gate Twist 6
66. The Good Old Days 6
67. Experiment in Terror (Twist) 6
68. Experiment in Terror 6
69. Nancy 7
70. Down By the Wharf 7
71. Teen-Age Hostage 7
72. White on White 7
73. Final Out at Candlestick Park 7
74. Theme from Hatari! 7
75. Baby Elephant Walk 7
76. Just for Tonight 7
77. Your Father's Feathers 7
78. Night Side 7
79. Big Band Bwana 8
80. The Sounds of Hatari 8
81. The Soft Touch 8
82. Crocodile, Go Home! 8
83. The Pink Panther Theme 8
84. It Had Better Be Tonight (Meglio Stasera) (Instrumental 8
85. Royal Blue 8
86. Champagne and Quail 8
87. The Village Inn 8
88. The Tiber Twist 8
89. It Had Better Be Tonight 9
90. Cortina 9
91. The Lonely Princess 9
92. Something for Sellers 9
93. Piano and Strings 9
94. Shades of Sennett 9
95. Walk on the Wild Side 9
96. Theme from the Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm 9
97. Love Song from Mutiny on the Bounty 9
98. Love Theme from Phaedra

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Having composed some of the most recognisable themes in film history, Henry Mancini will always be remembered as one of the all-time greats in the field of soundtracks. Across a career that spanned six decades, Mancini received an astounding number of accolades for his work, including 20 Grammy Awards. Although he would enjoy consistent success throughout his lifetime, it was during the late 1950s and early 1960s, when Mancini began composing entire film scores independently, that he produced his most legendary work. Henry Mancini remained professionally active throughout the rest of his career, and in all he produced over 90 albums, both soundtracks and original music. He also performed at over 600 orchestral concerts. During his life he received 72 Grammy Award nominations, of which he won 20, and 17 Academy Award nominations, with four wins. Henry Mancini passed away on 14th June 1994, aged 70. This 4 x CD collection, totaling almost five hours of his finest soundtrack work from 1958 to 1963, contains nine complete Mancini records. In completion, this set perfectly demonstrates the huge talents of this master composer, as he almost single-handedly transformed the accepted role of what a movie score could achieve.