Carl Hilding "Doc" Severinsen (born July 7, 1927) is an American jazz trumpeter who led the band for The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. Severinsen was born in Arlington, Oregon, to Minnie Mae (1897–1998) and Carl Severinsen (1898–1972). He was nicknamed Doc after his father, the only dentist in Arlington. His father played violin and wanted him to play, too, but Severinsen wanted to play trombone.
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Flugelhorn, Soloist – Doc Severinsen. Liner Notes – Tom Paisley. Piano, Soloist – Henry Mancini. Producer – Joe Reisman. Some copies may have a gold stamp on the sleeve denoting they were sent out as promos. Recorded in RCA's Music Center of the World, Hollywood, California.
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Tonight Show bandleader Doc Severinsen, Vanessa Thomas, Byron Stripling and the Elmhurst College Jazz Band will headline the College's June Jazz festival. .
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Carl Hilding "Doc" Severinsen (born July 7, 1927 in Arlington, Oregon) is an American pop and jazz trumpeter, best known for leading the NBC Orchestra in the Johnny Carson era. During the 1950s and 1960s, Severinsen put out a number of albums of jazz standards, over which he performed very melodic solos. While not as much a "screamer" as Maynard Ferguson, Severinsen certainly had a well-developed high-note range, with an incredible amount of control and melodic sense.
For 25 years, Doc Severinsen was arguably the best-known trumpet player in America, appearing on television every weeknight as the leader of the Tonight Show Orchestra. Known for his exceptionally loud wardrobe, Severinsen often bantered good-naturedly with host Johnny Carson, while supplying the show's incidental music (bridging commercial breaks, introducing guests, et. Additionally, Severinsen cut an album with the Cincinnati Pops (1992's Unforgettably Doc) and served as guest conductor for symphony orchestras in Minnesota, Milwaukee, Buffalo, and Phoenix; he also made numerous guest appearances as an instrumentalist, led brass workshops and clinics, and even moved into designing and manufacturing trumpets.
|Theme From "Portnoy's Complaint" (From The Warner Bros. Film "Portnoy's Complaint")||2:37|
|Theme From "The Summer Of '42" (From The Warner Bros. Picture "The Summer Of 42")||3:01|
|The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face||3:11|
|Living Free (From The Columbia Motion Picture "Living Free")||2:37|
|Theme From "Leonard Bernstein's Mass" (Offertory)||2:04|
|Baby, I'm-A Want You||3:07|
|The Godfather Waltz (From The Paramount Picture "The Godfather")||3:35|
|I Only Want To Say (Gethsemane) (From The Rock Opera "Jesus Christ Superstar")||3:33|
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