Dudley Moore - At The Wavendon Festival album flac
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That's Dudley playing "Summertime" in background music, as he enters the building! He plays piano with Ray Brown, Bass, and Nick Ceroli, drums, in some.
Dudley Moore at the Wavedon Festival. Wavendon Festival, England.
Dudley Stuart John Moore, CBE (19 April 1935 – 27 March 2002) was an English actor, comedian, musician and composer. The double act worked on other projects until the mid-1970s, by which time Moore had settled in Los Angeles to concentrate on his film acting.
Dudley Moore at the Wavendon Festival, (Black Lion Records BLP 12151). Smilin' Through – Cleo Laine and Dudley Moore, (Finesse Records FW 38091). Strictly For The Birds – Cleo Laine and Dudley Moore, (CBS A 2947). The Theme From "Beyond The Fringe" and All That Jazz, (Collectibles COL 6625). Songs Without Words, 1991 (GRP/BMG LC 6713). The First Orchestrations – Dudley Moore and Richard Rodney Bennett, – played by John Bassett and his Band, (Harkit Records HRKCD 8054). Jazz Jubilee, (Martine Avenue Productions.
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A1. I Should Care Written-By – Cahn. A2. Two For The Road Written-By – Mancini.
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The Dudley Moore Trio is a 1969 jazz album and the fifth LP recorded by the British jazz trio led by musician, composer, actor and comedian Dudley Moore. It was released in 1969 on Decca Records in the UK and Australia, and on London Records in the United States. Dudley Moore - piano. 120 plus optional magic exploding cadence". Love song from an imaginary musical".
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|A1||I Should Care
Written-By – Cahn*
|A2||Two For The Road
Written-By – Mancini*
Written-By – Kern*, O. Harbach*
|B1||You'D Be So Nice To Come Home To
Written-By – Porter*
|B3||Waltz For Suzie||4:25|
|B4||And The Same To You||3:45|
- Recorded At – Wavendon Festival
- Marketed By – Transatlantic Records Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Phonoco International Ltd.
- Printed By – MacNeill Press Ltd.
- Bass – Pete Morgan
- Design [Sleeve] – Hamish Grimes
- Drums – Chris Karan
- Engineer – Peter Freshney*
- Liner Notes – Alun Morgan
- Photography By – David Redfern
- Piano – Dudley Moore
- Producer – Alan Bates
- Written-By – Moore* (tracks: A3, A4, B2 to B6)
Notes© ℗ 1976 Phonoco International Ltd.
Made in England
|BLP 12151||Dudley Moore||At The Wavendon Festival (LP, Album)||Black Lion Records||BLP 12151||Australia||1976|
|ZCBLP 12151||Dudley Moore||At The Wavendon Festival (Cass, Album)||Black Lion Records||ZCBLP 12151||UK||1976|