Songs Without Words 4

Last year I sort of promised Michael Bates I’d have another Songs without Words, and “Rinky Dink” would be in it. Well, I do, and it is. (There’s also a discussion of pop/rock instrumentals at that link, and at this one.) And yes, it’s that David Seville.

Cover art, Wendex 111141-2Track listing for 111141-2:

  1. The Tornadoes: Telstar
  2. Spencer Ross and His Orchestra: Tracy’s Theme
  3. The Rebels: Wild Weekend
  4. A. B. Skhy: Camel Back
  5. Johnny and the Hurricanes: Reveille Rock
  6. Mongo Santamaria: Watermelon Man
  7. Billy Strange and His Orchestra: Goldfinger
  8. The Marketts: Surfer’s Stomp
  9. Morris Stoloff and His Orchestra: Moonglow and Theme from Picnic
  10. Los Indios Tabajaras: Maria Elena
  11. The Incredible Bongo Band: Apache
  12. Charles Randolph Grean Sounde: Quentin’s Theme
  13. Dave “Baby” Cortez: Rinky Dink
  14. The Brass Ring: Love Theme from Flight of the Phoenix
  15. Sandy Nelson: Let There Be Drums
  16. Les Paul: Whispering
  17. Duane Eddy and the Rebels: Because They’re Young
  18. Henry Mancini and His Orchestra: Baby Elephant Walk
  19. David Seville: Armen’s Theme
  20. The Astronauts: Baja
  21. Ferrante and Teicher: Theme from The Apartment
  22. Travis Wammack: Scratchy
  23. Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass: Casino Royale
  24. Chris Barber’s Jazz Band: Petite Fleur
  25. The Fireballs: Torquay
  26. Mantovani and His Orchestra: Games That Lovers Play
  27. The Ventures: Nutty
  28. The Beach Boys: Let’s Go Away for Awhile
  29. The Champs: Tequila

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