Frank Weir And His Saxophone - Journey Into Space (7") (Single) download mp3 album
Theme for the classic 1950's BBC Light Programme radio series "Journey Into Space". Written by Van Phillips specifically for the CLAVIOLINE (an electronic keyboard instrument.
Frank Weir (30 January 1911 – 12 May 1981) was a British orchestra leader and jazz musician. His version of "The Happy Wanderer" became one of the most popular recordings of 1954, in both the UK and the US. It featured Weir's soprano saxophone solos between verses.
Journey Into Space remains popular today, thanks to the discovery of misfiled recordings of the show, which enabled the BBC to begin re-broadcasting the show from the late 1980s onwards. Paul Donovan, The Sunday Times. Vocalion/Dutton Laboratories included it on their digitally remastered compilation CD Presenting Frank Weir And His Saxophone catalogue number CDLK 4266. In Journey to the Moon, Lemmy occasionally provided musical entertainment for the crew on his mouth organ, playing songs such as "Knocked 'em in the Old Kent Road" and "My Old Dutch"1 Excerpts of popular music were often used during the episodes, and sometimes played an important role in the plot In episode 8 of Journey to the Moon, an excerpt from.
Released: May 10, 2005. 1. The Happy Wanderer. Theme from "Journey into Space". 12. Serenade to an Empty Room. 13. Hold Me in Your Arms.
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Journey into Space by Terry Oldfield - featuring Mike Oldfield, offers Uplifting music for dance and relaxing. Journey into Space is about the inner light all around us,the potential within. Out of space, in every sense of the word, comes all creation. Terry has long used his music as an expression of his own life. In this new album, featuring his Brother Mike (Tubular Bells) on guitar, Terry combines the use of his own voice as an instrument and his trademark flutes. This is the first time since 1978 that the brothers have recorded together. Journey into Space also works with the movement of life in the action of the physical body – I notice that the music that came before was pretty much a movement towards peace but only in the sense of a stillness of body, this has moved into a stillness of mind also, which is right at the heart of things – allowing the body to.
There are 23 keys on a saxophon. o here are 23 of the greatest sax tracks featuring the very best saxophonists. The Hawk sounds so perfect on this, as if every ounce of emotion is being wrung from his saxophone. It may be the most perfect saxophone solo of all tim. Stan Getz – ‘Here’s That Rainy Day’ If you are not in love when this record begins, you will be, by the time it finishes. 14. Hank Mobley – ‘Soul Station’ His playing is warm, but most of all it’s swinging and lush as well as full. 15. John Coltrane – ‘I Love You’ He’s so melodic and at the same time so lyrical.
My Son, My Son by Vera Lynn and Frank Weir and His Saxophone with his Chorus and Orchestra.