sexta-feira, 15 de julho de 2016

BRASS RING - "Sunday Night at the Movies"

Original released on LP Dunhill DS 50015
(US, January 1967)

The Brass Ring was a New York City-based, Herb Alpert-esque outfit from the '60s, led by reed player Phil Bodner. The group specialized in a short-lived musical style called "the Now Sound," which was largely instrumental and possessed a looser rhythm than Alpert's trademark style. The Brass Ring scored several minor hits in the '60s, their best-known being "The Love Theme from the Flight of the Phoenix," while another of their songs, "The Dis-Advantages of You," was used in a series of TV commercials for Benson and Hedges cigarettes. Bodner and the Brass Ring issued several largely overlooked albums during their brief career. (Greg Prato in AllMusic)

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Anónimo disse...

Thank You.

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