Saturday, March 26, 2011

"Music To Watch Girls By"

OK, back to the 60's: Legendary songwriter and producer Bob Crewe first heard this Ramin/Valona composition as a demo for a Diet Pepsi commercial. He recorded it in '67 as an instrumental single with his group, The Bob Crewe Generation, peaking at #15 on the Pop charts and at #2 on Easy Listening. It was Crewe's first release as an artist. Al Hirt and Andy Williams also charted with it that same year. Yesterday's answer: "Fantasia Para Un Gentilhombre" by Joaquin Rodrigo. No es tan popular como su "Concierto de Aranjuez" pero yo prefiero la "Fantasia". "Canarios" siempre ha sido un reto para los guitarristas.

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