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8 thoughts on “ Here And Now - Steve Race And His Orchestra - Dance To The TV Themes (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Dance to the TV Themes' () is self-explanatory, and on this occasion Steve's big band was populated by such musicians as Tubby Hayes (tenor sax), Johnny Scott (flute/piccolo) and Stan Roderick (trumpet). The TV themes treated to the Race touch include Route 66, Z Cars, Perry Mason, Coronation Street and Man of the World.
  2. Steve Race And His Group A: The Pied Piper (The Beeje) B: Here And Now (Bossa Nova) Parlophone UK: R Jan 7" 2: $5: Steve Race And His Orchestra A: Rip Van Winkle B: Legend Of The Lake: Parlophone UK: R 21 Jun 7" 1: Steve Race And His Orchestra A: The Swinging Bells B: Jacaranda: Parlophone UK: R Nov 7.
  3. Steve Race was a season ticket holder and keen fan of the club. Race also wrote the acoustic guitar jingle which introduced programmes made by Southern Television in the s and early s. In the film Calling Paul Temple () Race (with Sid Colin) wrote two of the songs performed by Celia Lipton, and appeared himself as the pianist.
  4. Steve Race was born in Lincoln, England on April 1, He was an English pianist and broadcaster. After studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London he worked in the early s as an arranger for Ted Heath and in recorded with his own bop group.
  5. The key work, From This Place, is a song with lyrics sung by Meshell Ndegeocello that urges travel onward in trust, in love. Sixty-Six suggests Route 66, and the famous road trip of song and TV. The 'bonus' track is a sad love ballad, because Love May Take A While. This beautiful album is among Metheney's finest recordings/5().
  6. Steve Race, Soundtrack: Brass Monkey. Steve Race was born on April 1, in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England as Stephen Russell Race. He is known for his work on Brass Monkey (), The Underground Comedy Movie () and Dial for Music (). He was married to Léonie and Marjorie. He died on June 22, in England.
  7. HERE AND NOW AND SOUNDING GOOD & STORM WARNING! Steve Race TAKE ONE & DANCE TO THE TV THEMES. contains several landmark albums by The John Wilson Orchestra, while the CDSML series, established in and dedicated to music of a progressive, contemporary nature, has broadened our scope even further.

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