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Dolf van der Linden and His Orchestra - Seductive Saxophone (1956) (320 kbps)

28-11-2014, 00:21
Music | Instrumental

Dolf van der Linden and His Orchestra - Seductive Saxophone (1956) (320 kbps)

Dolf van der Linden and His Orchestra - Seductive Saxophone (1956) (320 kbps)

Artist:Dolf van der Linden and His Orchestra / feat. J.Albert & son
Title Of Album: Seductive Saxophone
Year Of Release: 1956
Label: Columbia CDT 868
Genre: Instrumental
Format: Mp3
Quality: CBR 320 kbit/s
Total Time: 38 min
Total Size: 100MB


01.I Didn't Know About You (Ellington / Russell)
02.Mood Nocturnal (Vernon White)
03.Kisses (Vernon White)
04.Passion Flowers (Billy Strayhorn)
05.Promises (Vernon White)
06.Warm Valley (Duke Ellington)
07.All Too Soon (Ellington / Sigman)
08.Caress (Vernon White)
09.I Never Felt This Way Before (Ellington / Dubin)
10.Mood Magenta (Vernon White)
11.Lost in Meditation (Ellington / Tizol / Singer / Mills)
12.Passionata (Vernon White)

David Gysbert (Dolf) van der Linden (June 22, 1915 Vlaardingen - January 30, 1999, Hilversum) to Dutch conductor, popular not only at home but also outside the Netherlands. Born in a family of musical instruments dealer near
Rotterdam. Before World War II, he played in several bands as a pianist and tried his hand at arranging music for these groups. His colleagues began to call him "Dolph" because it reminded them of their former colleague of the same name. In 1945, he appealed to the Dutch authorities with a proposal to form an orchestra of light music. Van der Linden gathered musicians from the known to him from all over the Netherlands, and thus managed to create Metropole Orchestra. Benny Behr, Sam Nijveen (both violinists), Jos Cleber (trombone) and Tony Van Hulst (guitarist and singer) - became the first performer in the orchestra. Professionalism and enthusiasm Van der Linden pretty quickly made famous Dutch Metropole Orchestra on radio and TV. In 1957, the band Van der Linden recorded the song "Net als toen" with Corry Brokken, which she won in the Eurovision Song Contest. Overall, in the period from 1957 to 1971, Van der Linden brought 13 Dutch songs at Eurovision, including two became winners. In 1980, he retired. He was succeeded by Rogier van Otterloo.
Dolf van der Linden and His Orchestra - '' Seductive Saxsophone '' (1956)

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