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Ralph Marterie

Ralph Marterie

Также известно как: L. Marterie, Marterie, Raffeal Pompilio Marterie, Ralph Marterie And His Marlboro Men, Ralph Marterie And His Orchestra
Группа в интернете: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Marterie, http://www.spaceagepop.com/marterie.htm, http://www.oldies.com/artist-biography/Ralph-Marterie.html

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# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Acapulco 1922 4 audio iTunes 1962 United Artists Records
2 Caravan / Tonight 2 audio iTunes 1961 United Artists Records
3 Tops In Pops 4 audio iTunes 1954 Mercury
4 Lost In Loveliness 4 audio iTunes 1954-06-01 Mercury
5 Acapulco 1922 & The Lonely Bull 12 audio iTunes 1963 United Artists Records
6 Bacardi/The Shuck 2 audio iTunes United Artists Records
7 El Toro Solitario 4 audio iTunes 1962 United Artists Records
8 Music For A Private Eye: Swinging Themes Of Famous TV Whodunits 10 audio iTunes Mercury
9 The Mellow Saxaphone / Did You Ever Think Of Me 2 audio iTunes 1956 Mercury
10 El Pecador Y Otros Éxitos...! 4 audio iTunes 1962 United Artists Records
11 On The Sunny Side Of The Street 8 audio iTunes Ambassador Records (2)
12 Love Theme / The Creep 2 audio iTunes Mercury
13 Shish-Kebab 2 audio iTunes Mercury
14 More Film Themes 12 audio iTunes 1962-03-00 United Artists Records
15 Dancing On The Down Beat 4 audio iTunes 1953 Mercury
16 Big Band Themes 12 audio iTunes United Artists Records
17 The Rock 'N' Roll Express 4 audio iTunes Cover

American trumpeter and bandleader of Italian origin. Born 24 December 1914, Acerra, near Naples, Italy, died 10 October 1978, Dayton, Ohio, USA. Marterie emigrated to the USA as a child with his parents, where his father joined the orchestra of the Chicago Civic Opera. As a teenager he started playing trumpet with Danny Russo’s Oriole Orchestra, he played in local theatres and with various bands in Chicago. Later he joined the NBC staff orchestra where he played under conductors such as Percy Faith and André Kostelanetz. During World War II he led a US Navy band. After the war he returned to Chicago as a leader with ABC Radio. In 1949 Marterie started recording for Mercury Records with his own big band. In 1952 the band spent 10 weeks in the US charts with “Caravan”, earning a second Gold Disc the following year with “Pretend”. His album and singles output varied between swing standards, novelties, and pop instrumentals that highlighted his trademark of trumpet and guitar voiced together, for instance the temporary partnership with guitarist/musical director Al Caiola on a cover version of “Acapulco 22”. He also had moderate hits with “Guaglione”, “Skokiaan” and “Tequila”. Marterie was still touring with his band until his death in Dayton, where he had just played a one-nighter in October 1978.

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