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  1. The score has a dramatic crime jazz sound, similar to Elmer Bernstein's work in the same vein – and the LP also includes Waxman's "Three Sketches for Jazz Orchestra", which features nice solo passages by the likes of Pete Candoli, Joe Mondragon, and Jack Dumont. A classic Decca score, and one that we never see! LP, Vinyl record album.
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  5. Explore releases from Sam Fonteyn at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Sam Fonteyn at the Discogs Marketplace. Sam Fonteyn: The Sound Of Music ‎ (LP, Album) Regal, Regal: SREG , SREG. India: Sam Fonteyn: Sounds In Percussion 2 versions: KPM Music: UK.
  6. The Klaus Weiss Sounds & Percussion – So Beautiful (Conroy) The Glen Somers Band – High Flyer (Berry Music) Sam Fonteyn – Tropic Breeze (Standard) James Clarke – Airport People (KPM) Gerry Butler – The Pusher (Amphonic) Alessandro Alessandroni – Green Salad (Four Flies) Jack Trombey – Sliced Orange (De.
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