Leroy Holmes And His Orchestra - The High And The Mighty / Lisa
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Whistling – Fred Lowery Written-By – Tiomkin, Washington
Vocals – Mary MayoWritten-By – Waxman, Rome
A: From Warner Bros. Film "The High And The Mighty".
B: From Paramount Film "Rear Window".
Billboard, Jun. 5, 1954, p. 38: Reviews of New Pop Records.
- Record Company – Loew's Incorporated
Musique de films MGM - LeRoy Holmes And His Orchestra, Joe Leahy and His Orchestra, Georges Auric. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. LeRoy Holmes And His Orchestra: все альбомы, включая Movie Themes for Teens , The Love Themes and Other Movie Favorites , Leroy Holmes Goes Latin Bossa Nova и другие. The High and the Mighty is a song by Ned Washington and Dimitri Tiomkin from the film of the same name. At the start of the film's production late in 1953, veteran film composer and musician Dimitri Tiomkin was commissioned to write the film's score. The studio also urged Tiomkin to come up with a theme song for the film, to be released to radio and as a vinyl record. Tiomkin formed the basic melody to the song and enlisted songwriter Ned Washington to write the song's lyrics. Movie Themes for Teens - LeRoy Holmes And His Orchestra, Max Steiner. Lolita - Nelson Riddle and his Orchestra, LeRoy Holmes And His Orchestra, Sue Lyon. Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от LeRoy Holmes Orchestra на маркетплейсе Holmes And His Orchestra: It's Only the Good Times, Too Marvellous For Words, The Jazz Samba и другие песни. Artist: Leroy Holmes And His Orchestra. Album: Los Violines del Amor Vol. The High And The Mighty Tiomkin-Washington by Leroy Holmes and his Orchestra, whistling by Fred Lowery. We are including all three top-10 whistling orchestral versions of this famous Dimitri Tiomkin movie theme along with the Johnny Desmond vocal. Which among these you best recall might depend upon where you lived and to which radio station you listened. This Leroy Holmes arrangement featuring the famed blind whistler Fred Lowery is the one that I heard most frequently