Label: Decca - DL 8887 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •
Gus Arnheim & his Orchestra - So Rare. Moonlight & Shadows was the #49 song in in the Pop charts. The song was performed by Eddy Duchin & His Orchestra. Comment below with facts and trivia about the song and we may include it in our song facts! Comments.
The song Moonlight and Shadows was written by Leo Robin and Friedrich Hollaender and was first recorded by Eddy Duchin and His Orchestra - Vocal Refrain by Lew Sherwood in It was first released by Dorothy Lamour - Orchestra under direction of Cy Feuer in It was covered by The Waikikis, Martin Denny, Los Indios Tabajaras, Bill and The Belles and other artists.
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· The Shadows' first trip to the Top Ten of the album charts for seven years since the golden days of their late-'70s revival, Moonlight Shadows was designed for the generation that preferred its music uncomplicated and easy. Despite the accepted brilliance of Hank Marvin in getting a very distinctive sound out of his instrument, here was an album with 16 tracks of contemporary hits .
Design – Eclipse Studios (3), George Rowbottom. Drums, Percussion – Brian Bennett. Keyboards – Cliff Hall (2) Lead Guitar – Hank Marvin. Management – Brian Goode, Love Sounds Productions Ltd. Photography By – Coloursense, Mike Leale. Producer – Bruce Welch (tracks: A6, A8), The Shadows (tracks: A1 to A5, A7, B1 to B8) Recorded.
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