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Jean - Pete Fountain - Make Your Own Kind Of Music

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Password Forgot login? Discover Featured Music Videos People. Sign up Sign in. All rights reserved. Play All Start Radio. Save Me feat. Pete Fountain. Just For Today. Heavy Tonight. The Christmas Song. Sign In. Down 65, this week. Music Department Soundtrack Actor. He is known for his work on Kill Bill: Vol. He died on April 27, in New Orleans. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. Share this page:. Sundance Portraits and People. Deaths: April British Phonographic Industry.

Retrieved 3 May Select singles in the Format field. Select Silver in the Certification field. Cass Elliot. Dream a Little Dream Bubblegum, Lemonade, and Mama's Big Ones. Don't Call Me Mama Anymore. In , Lawrence Welk, host of the nation's most popular television program, wanted Pete on the show, and that kind of opportunity only comes once in a lifetime.

For two years, Pete was the most famous Jazz musician on television. Pete Fountain became a household name and New Orleans Jazz made a comeback that has never faded.

After two years in California, Pete came home to New Orleans. He had learned what every New Orleanian has to accept as a fact of life.

The cuisine, the sights and the sounds. Pete immediately opened his own jazz club in the heart of the French Quarter. His national fame and fans followed him to New Orleans which allowed Pete's club to expand, through the past 34 years, into the largest jazz club in the city.

Pete has always been considered an ambassador of New Orleans Jazz as he performs his music on guest appearances on network television and specials. Pete has performed at four U. State Dinners by command performance for four Presidents of the United States.

Mar 19,  · The loneliest kind of lonely, It may be rough goin', Just to do your thing's the hardest thing to do. But you've gotta make your own music Sing your own special song, Make your own kind of music.

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  2. Fountain led the Pete Fountain Quintett, a New Orleans French Quarter jazz band of Fountain and his Creole-style music. The "Quintett" had many musicians over the years, but primarily recorded with Jack Sperling on drums, bassists Don Bagley or Morty Corb, vibraphonist Godfrey Hirch, and pianists Merle Kock or Stan Wrightsman.
  3. The sessions were warm and friendly and informal, and the songs were the kind of jazz standards that Pete had been wanting to play for so long, and the musicians - pianist Stan Wrightsman, bassist Morty Corb, drummer Jack Sperling - were free-wheeling and spontaneous, and Pete Fountain was once again his own man, playing his own kind of music. Naturally, .
  4. Al Hirt was born on November 7, in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA as Alois Maxwell Hirt. He is known for his work on Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (), 21 Jump Street () and The Green Hornet (). He was married to Beverly Essel Hirt, Zide Jahncke and Mary bluesrock.granilargardajindforcerunner.infoinfotion: Music Department, Soundtrack, Actor.
  5. Pete Fountain A: Make Your Own Kind Of Music B: Early In The Morning: Coral Silver Star Series USA: 7" 1: Pete Fountain A: Night Train To Memphis B: San Antonio Rose: Coral USA: Oct 7" 0: Pete Fountain A: Tiger Rag B: My Blue Heaven: Coral Silver Star Series USA: 7" 0: Pete Fountain A: The Mardi Gras.
  6. Make Your Own Kind of Music, an Album by Pete Fountain. Released in on Coral (catalog no. CRL ; Vinyl LP).3/5(1).
  7. The song Make Your Own Kind of Music was written by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil and was first released by The Will-O-Bees in It was covered by Mama Cass Elliot, Bobby Sherman, Angelina [US], J.F. Sebastian and other artists.
  8. Jul 30,  · LAWRENCE WELK and Orchestra Champagne Music Varieties Produced by: George Cates Engineer: Thorne Nogar Arrangements: George Cates, Pete King, lyn Murray, Curt Ramsey, Joe Rizzo, Frank Scott, George Wyle, Bob Ballard, Richard Maltby, Jack Pleis.
  9. Pete Fountain A: Maria Elena B: Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet: Coral Canada: 7" 0: Pete Fountain A: Applause B: Sunday In The Country: Coral Canada: 7" 0: Pete Fountain A: Make Your Own Kind Of Music B: Early In The Morning: Coral Canada: 7" 0 Denmark: Pete Fountain's Dixieland All Stars At The Jazz.
  10. about. One of the most famous of all New Orleans jazz clarinetists, Pete Fountain had the ability to play songs that he performed countless times (such as "Basin Street Blues") with so much enthusiasm that one would swear he had just discovered them.

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