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Theme To The West - The Pete Rugolo Orchestra* - Rugolo Plays Kenton (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Written-By – Rugolo*, Kenton* Rugolo Plays Kenton (subtitled The Pete Rugolo Orchestra Plays Compositions Introduced by Stan Kenton) is an album by composer, arranger and conductor Pete Rugolo featuring performances of tunes associated with Stan Kenton recorded in and first released on the Mercury label.
  2. Pete Rugolo's first two albums, Introducing and Adventures in Rhythm, were combined on this single-CD reissue by miredobmoukhjidte.gispunopgezabonlajanworlturotve.infoinfogh the sound and the packaging could be a little better, this still is a fine way for collectors to pick up these two records on disc.
  3. Rugolo Plays Kenton, an album by Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra: Rugolo Plays Kenton (FSRCD ) View larger. Rugolo Plays Kenton. Author Pete Rugolo. Supplier Fresh Sound Records. EAN Dog House / Sunset Tower / Concerto To End All Concertos / Artistry In Rhythm / Southern Scandal / Opus In Pastels / Theme To The West / Artistry In Boogie / Capitol.
  5. Mar 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Pete Rugolo, His Orchestra And Chorus * Main Theme From Jack The Ripper YouTube Pete Rugolo - Percussion at work () Full vinyl LP - Duration: Dr.
  6. Aug 31,  · Released in by Mercury Records. Expand to view this album in its entirety A1) Igor Beaver A2) If you could see me now A3) .
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Adventures in Sound - Pete Rugolo on AllMusic -
  8. out of 5 stars The best TV theme album ever, and the Behind Brigitte Bardot as a bonus - Pete Rugolo was amazing. Reviewed in the United States on August 4, Simply put, of all the jazz TV theme albums or even TV theme albums sans jazz, this is the finest, and that includes the Nelson Riddle TV album, which is fun but not in the league /5(6).

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