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    Music Worth Hearing—And Seeing

    I love music almost as much as I love movies. That’s why I start every morning with a visit to Tin Pan Alley at www.youtube.com/user/petermintunmusic, where the gifted pianist, singer and musicologist Peter Mintun offers “A Different Tune Each Day.” I’ve also had some wonderful experiences in recent months watching DVDs that celebrate a wide variety of music I happen to like. These documentaries and performance videos don’t have marketing muscle behind them, so they depend on loyal followers and word-of-mouth. That’s why I’m happy to recommend them here, in the hope that I can expand that audience ...

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    music review: The Bing Crosby CBS Radio Recordings 1954-56

    Few stars in the history of show business can match Bing Crosby for longevity and popularity in every medium of entertainment; he was at once a top-ranked star of movies, radio, and recordings. (How many Oscar winners for Best Actor can you name who also made best-selling records, year after year...

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    Alfred Hitchcock Presents Ghost Stories For Young People/Famous Monsters Speak

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents Ghost Stories For Young People/Famous Monsters Speak

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    Little Golden Records...The Best of

    Little Golden Records...The Best of

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    Poppin’ Guitars: A Tuneful Of Sherman

    Poppin’ Guitars: A Tuneful Of Sherman

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    Up And Down The Keys; Kitten On The Keys — Frederick Hodges

    Up And Down The Keys; Kitten On The Keys — Frederick Hodges

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    Walt Disney and the 1964 World's Fair

    I was a boy when the New York World’s Fair opened in 1964, and I will never forget it. Having never been to Disneyland, this was the next best thing, an elaborate exposition with foods and exhibits from foreign countries and, best of all, a handful of rides and programs created by Walt Dis...

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    David Raksin AT M-G-M

    David Raksin AT M-G-M

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    MUSIC FROM CBS WESTERNS

    MUSIC FROM CBS WESTERNS

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    The Film Music Of Ralph Rainger: Thanks For The Memory - the chuck berghofer trio

    The Film Music Of Ralph Rainger: Thanks For The Memory - the chuck berghofer trio

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