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SOUNDS LIKE HERB AUPORT THUAN: BRASS CASINO ROYALE WADE IN THE WATER SOTTA LOTTA - $2 (New City)

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media type: vinyl
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Released in 1967, this album features a delightful blend of easy listening and pop music. Here’s a breakdown of the tracks:
“Gotta Lotta Livin’ to Do”: A lively tune with a catchy rhythm, originally from the musical “Bye Bye Birdie.”
“Lady Godiva”: A playful instrumental piece that conjures images of the legendary Lady Godiva’s famous ride.
“Bo-Bo”: A breezy track composed by Sol Lake, featuring the signature Tijuana Brass sound.
“Shades of Blue”: A mellow and soothing instrumental, showcasing Julius Wechter’s vibraphone skills.
“In a Little Spanish Town”: A charming rendition of the classic song, evoking the warmth of a Spanish village.
“Wade in the Water”: An infectious arrangement of the traditional gospel tune, with Alpert’s trumpet leading the way.
On the flip side:
“Town Without Pity”: A cover of the theme from the film of the same name, composed by Dimitri Tiomkin and Ned Washington.
“The Charmer”: A delightful original composition by John Pisano, featuring intricate guitar work.
“Treasure of San Miguel”: A breezy instrumental that transports you to a sun-kissed coastal town.
“Miss Frenchy Brown”: A playful track by Ervan Coleman, capturing the spirit of a carefree dance.
“Casino Royale”: The iconic title theme from the 1967 James Bond spoof film, originally recorded with vocals by Burt Bacharach. Herb Alpert’s overdubbed trumpets and Tijuana Brass instruments transformed it into the version included on this album1.

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