JOHN KLEIN/SID RAMIN - The NEW SOUND AMERICA LOVES BEST
RCA LIVING STEREO BLACK DOG - 1S/A1 1S/A1 "I" PRESS
John Klein: Composer, author, conductor, pianist, organist and carilloneur, educated at the Philadelphia Musical Academy, the Mozarteum Academy in Salzburg and Ursinus College, and in private music study with Nadia Boulanger, Igor Stravinsky, Marcel Dupre, and Paul Hindemith. Between 1937 and 1942 he was the chief organist for the Broadstreet Presbyterian Church in Columbus, Ohio, and from 1944 to 1957 he was a pianist and composer for recordings, films, radio and television. He composed the US Treasury radio shows, including the 'American Notebook' series (which won the US Treasury District Service Citation and the Silver Medal) and the US Army radio show 'Sound Off!' (for which he composed the title theme). At the 1958 Brussels World's Fair, the Salzburg Music Festival and at the International Carillon Festival recitals in Cobh, Ireland he played the Schulmerich Carillon Americana Bells. He joined the Composers Guild of America, the American Guild of Organists and, in 1953, ASCAP. He became director of music for Schulmerich Carillons, Incorporated, and associate music director and instructor for the Columbus Boychoir School in Ohio. His popular-instrumental compositions include "The Yellowstone Suite" and "Cranberry Corners, USA".
Sid Ramin: Born in 1919, Ramin is the son of Ezra Ramin, a window trimmer, and Beatrice D. (Salamoff) Ramin. He has orchestrated many television, film, and theatrical productions. He also composed the theme and lyrics for "Smile, You're on Candid Camera" of the hidden camera television program Candid Camera in the 1960s. In his early years, Ramin frequently collaborated with arranger Robert Ginzler, most notably on Gypsy. With Leonard Bernstein and Irwin Kostal, he co-orchestrated the music for West Side Story. He is the composer of the famous hit "Music to Watch Girls By" first released as an instrumental single in 1967 by The Bob Crewe Generation. Ramin married Gloria Breit, a singer and model, on January 9, 1949. They have one child, a son Ronald. (AMG)
John Klein (2), Sid Ramin – The New Sound America Loves Best
Label: RCA Victor – LSP-2237 [Black Dog]
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Country: US Released: 1960
A1 The 3rd Man Theme 2:17
A2 Jalousie 2:37
A3 Harbor Lights 2:30
A4 Sweet Leilani 2:34
A5 The Happy Little Donkey 2:08
A6 Lisbon Antigua 2:30
B1 In The Still Of The Night 2:46
B2 The Poor People Of Paris 2:10
B3 Around The World 2:32
B4 Blue Tango 2:36
B5 Bahia 3:17
B6 Whistle While You Work
Recording Engineers: Bob Simpson, John Crawford, and Tony Salvatore
Arranged and Conducted by Sid Ramin
Produced by Herman Diaz, Jr.
Side 1: LS PY1884 1S/A1 “I”
Side 2: LS PY1885 1S/A1 “I”
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