Sunday, February 05, 2017

Volume Four-Ten Years On

I was beginning to wonder if I was going to be able to get this special Super Bowl Sunday edition of For Hi-Fi Living up today, but here it is finally.  This is the second contribution from Hill Bowen, and the sound on this one is nice and clean.  Boring as can be, but it sounds nice.  The foxing is still really bad on the rear cover, and the whole thing was printed at a bit of an angle, but I managed to get most of that straightened out for you.  Interludes are back to being played on the piano again this time, and as near as I can tell, there's no theme to the music.  Most of these tunes I've never heard of, and even the writers were mostly unknown to me.  OK, Lorenz & Rodgers I know, but the others, not so much.  Anyhow, hope your team is winning and the other team is losing!  Here is Hill Bowen And His Orchestra-I Married An Angel (RCA Custom RAL-1004, Mono, 1957).

1. I Married An Angel
2. Lovely Lady
3. Taking A Chance On Love
4. Song Of Love
5. I'll Never Be The Same
6. Doll Dance
7. I Love You
8. More Than You Know
9. That Old Feeling
10. Once In A While
11. Blue Moon
12. Down Among The Sheltering Palms

Zippyshare

3 comments:

Buster said...

Boring? Not to this old coot! Most of these songs were popular once upon a time. I am enjoying this series.

DonHo57 said...

More great living, hi-fi style. Thanks again, Buster.

giampiero darini said...

Another gem tnank you Ernie