Craig Hundley - Rhapsody In Blue album download
|Rhapsody In Blue (Contemporary Abridged Version)||7:35|
|South American Getaway||3:04|
|One Tin Soldier||2:54|
|If I Could Love You||3:38|
|Come Saturday Morning||2:36|
|You And Me||3:17|
|On Green Dolphin Street||3:48|
|Make Someone Happy||3:48|
|WPS-21900||Craig Hundley||Rhapsody In Blue (LP)||World Pacific Records||WPS-21900||US||Unknown|
|WPS-21900||Craig Hundley||Rhapsody In Blue (LP)||World Pacific Records, World Pacific Jazz||WPS-21900||US||Unknown|
WPS-21900 Craig Hundley - Rhapsody In Blue 1969. Craig Hundley, piano, arranger; Stuffy McKinney, bass; Gary Chase, drums; and Carry Carlton, guitar; Max Bennett, Ray Neapolitan, bass; Paul Humphrey, Ed Thigpen, drums; with unidentified large orchestra, Allyn Ferguson, conductor. Rhapsody In Blue (Contemporary Abridged Version). South American Getaway.
At 14, Hundley led and played piano in The Craig Hundley Trio. Later changing his last name to Huxley he would go on to found Sonic Atmospheres and Sling Shot Entertainment. Also built The Enterprise, one of the industry's most reputable recording, mixing and mastering studio.
Rhapsody in Blue is a studio album by American pianist Uri Caine. The album was released as a CD on August 13, 2013 via Winter & Winter label. This release does not have track 9. Uri Caine Ensemble plays nine famous songs written by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin. Caine names the album after Gershwin’s masterpiece "Rhapsody in Blue"-as the centerpiece of his new Gershwin interpretations
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By Craig Hundley Trio. PLAY ALL. Craig Hundley Plays With The Big Boys. Released by VINTAGE MASTERS INC. Mar 2012 11 Tracks. By Craig Hundley Trio.
The Craig Hundley Trio became a sensation in the 1960s, especially after an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. The trio consisted of Craig Hundley on piano, Jay Jay Wiggins on bass, and Gary Chase on drums. Their first (1968) album was titled Arrival of a Young Giant and was recorded when Craig Hundley was 14 years old. The second (1969) album was Craig Hundley Plays with the Big Boys and included an orchestra along with the trio. A third solo release "Rhapsody In Blue" was issued in 1970. All three records were released by World Pacific Records.
He was born Craig Hundley in Hollywood, California, and began his career as a child actor, appearing in dozens of TV shows; his most notable roles were those of Captain James T. Kirk's nephew Peter Kirk on the "Operation: Annihilate!" episode of the original Star Trek television series and Tommy Starnes on the ST:TOS episode "And The Children Shall Lead. The music was released on Huxley's album of the same name, but never appeared on any Star Trek soundtrack until the 2010 release of an expanded version of Star Trek II. Through Huxley's role on Star Trek both on and off-screen, he later became the music director for William Shatner, appearing in many shows and concerts, and helping to create arrangements of songs such as "Rocket Man", and "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds".