Film, Video JAZZ 625: MARK MURPHY (1966)
(Theme) Steve Race
- JAZZ 625: MARK MURPHY (1966)
- Contributor Names
- Stewart Morris (director)
- (theme) Steve Race (composer)
- Created / Published
- - Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
- - Made-for-TV series.
- - Short film (under 30 minutes).
- - "My favorite things" by Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers; "Blue Monk" by Cameron, Thelonious Monk; "Someone to love" by Francis Lemarque; "For heaven's sake" by Don Meyer, Elise Bretton, Sherman Edwards; "Happy bachelor" by D. Paul; "The great city" by Anononi; "On Broadway" by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller; "Secret love" by Paul Francis Webster, Sammy Fain. (Songs)
- - Introduced by Humphrey Lyttelton:- Mark Murphy, vocal, accompanied by The Stan Tracey Trio, with guest Ronnie Scott, tenor sax. (Personnel on Camera)
- - Recorded on 6th February 1966.
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