- Performer Victor Young And His Orchestra And Chorus
- Title Mad About You
- Date of release 1950
- Other formats MOD XM MP1 AHX AU ADX AC3
- Genre Jazz
- Size MP3 1816 mb
- Size FLAC 1684 mb
- Rating: 4.4
- Votes: 321
be/ A r8HNbqzc did reach the national top-10. Billboard Chart Peaks: 22 (juke box play) & 25 (sales). The original single was issued on Decca 27048 - The Third Man Theme (Anton Karas-Walter Lord) by Victor Young & his Orchestra & Chorus, Don Cherry soloist, recorded May 5, 1950.
Don Cherry with Victor Young & His Orchestra - Third Man Theme. Don Cherry With Norman Leyden & His Orchestra - What Am I Trying To Forget! 3:10. Don Cherry With Ray Conniff & His Orchestra - I Look For A Love. Don Cherry With Gordon Jenkins & His Orchestra And Chorus - I'm Just A Country Boy. 2:43. Don Cherry With Gordon Jenkins & His Orchestra And Chorus - Home Again. Don Cherry With Ray Conniff & His Orchestra - The Glide.
The Third Man Theme feat.
Wild Cherry Don Cherry, Ray Conniff & His Orchestra & Chorus. Statue of a Fool Don Cherry. Mr. Teardrop Don Cherry, Ray Conniff & His Orchestra & Chorus. Just a Drop of Rain Don Cherry. Silence Don Cherry, Dewey Redman, Jim Pepper, Steve Slagle, Michael Mantler, Jack Jeffers, Carla Bley, Mick Goodrick, Sharon Freeman, Gary Valente, Charlie Haden, Paul Motian. Fourteen Karat Gold Don Cherry, Ray Conniff & His Orchestra & Chorus.
Victor Young (August 8, 1899 - November 10, 1956) was an American composer, violinist and conducter. He was born in Chicago. Young began as a concert violinist but moved into the popular music sphere when he joined Ted Fiorito's orchestra. In the mid '30s he moved to Hollywood where he concentrated on film work as well as making a large number of recordings of light music and providing the backing for popular singers including Bing Crosby
Victor Young (August 8, 1900 – November 10, 1956) was an American composer, arranger, violinist and conductor. Young is commonly said to have been born in Chicago on August 8, 1900, but according to Census data, his birth year is 1899, and his grave marker shows his birth year as 1901. He was born into a very musical Jewish family, his father being a member of Joseph Sheehan's touring opera company.
|A||Mad About You||2:55|
|B||Our Very Own||3:10|