Format Film, Video
Contributors Robert Henryson
Dates 1961
Location United Kingdom
Title
TED HEATH AND HIS MUSIC (1961)
Contributor Names
Robert Henryson (director)
Created / Published
UK.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Short film (under 30 minutes).
-  "Listen to my music" by Ted Heath; "Cherokee" by Ray Noble; "Bond Street" by Fats Waller; "Rockin’ in Morocco" by and arr Ralph Dollimore; "Sidewalks of Cuba" by Mitchell Parish, Ben Oakland, Irving Mills; "Ill wind" by Ted Koehler, Harold Arlen; "The champ" by Dizzy Gillespie; "Paradise" by Nacio Herb Brown, Gordon Clifford. (Songs)
-  Ted Heath and his Orchestra:- Duncan Campbell, Eddie Blair, Ron Simmonds, Bert Ezard, trumpet; Don Lusher, Wally Smith, John Edwards, Ken Goldie, trombone; Ronnie Chamberlain, alto sax, soprano sax; Les Gilbert, alto sax, clarinet; Henry Mackenzie, tenor sax, clarinet; Bob Efford, tenor sax; Ken Kiddier, baritone sax; Derek Warne, piano; Johnny Hawksworth, acoustic double bass; Ronnie Verrell, drums. (Personnel on Camera)
-  Some of these numbers were also released under the titles "Modern rhythm" and "Listen to my music".
Form
motion picture
Other Formats
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