Classic Soundtrack Collection
In a career that stretched nearly half a century, Henry Mancini became synonymous with catchy, jazzy, romantic music for film and television soundtracks. This 2014 Classic Soundtrack Collection features 18 original Mancini soundtrack albums for the RCA, Epic and Columbia labels on nine discs plus rare bonus tracks, including a never-before-heard version of "Nothing to Lose" from Blake Edwards' 1968 comedy the Party performed by Julie Andrews. Taken together, the albums in this collection underline the enduring popularity of Henry Mancini and his unique ability to create movie music that pop audiences could also embrace. Albums Included are: The Pink Panther, the Return of the Pink Panther, Breakfast at Tiffany's, Charade, Hatari!, Oklahoma Crude, What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? High Time, Experiment in Terror, Darling Lili, Gunn, Who Is Killing the Great Chefs of Europe?, Two for the Road, Arabesque, the Great Race, Me, Natalie, the Party &, Visions of Eight.
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