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A Bouquet Of Hits

  1. Mac Arthur Park
  2. By The Time I Get To Phoenix
  3. Love Is Blue (L'Amour Est Bleu)
  4. Theme From "Valley of The Dolls"
  5. Two Different Worlds
  6. Mozard Piano Concert No. 21 In C. Major K. 467
  7. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly
  8. Honey
  9. Goin' Out Of My Head
  10. A Man Without Love (Quando M 'Innamoro)
  11. Sunny
  12. Why
Ferrante & Teicher: A Bouquet Of Hits  (United Artists)
About this album: 

Lp released in 1968.

Produced by GEORGE BUTLER
Arrangements by FERRANTE & TEICHER except "Theme From 'Valley Of The Dolls'" and "Sunny" which were arranged by NICK PERITO
Orchestra conducted by NICK PERITO
Engineer: FRANK LAICO
Ferrante & Teicher Play Baldwin Pianos

Availability: 

Lp (mono): United Artists UAL-3659
Lp (stereo): United Artists UAS-6659

Liner notes: 

If one had a penchant for statistics, he’d find some astronomical figures in the number of miles traveled, total in attendance, size of box-office receipts and the myriad of details that each year go into the busy schedule of concerts that takes Art Ferrante and Lou Teicher from one end of the country to the other with a criss-cross patchwork of applause-filled stops along the way.

One reason for their continuing and ever-widening popularity is the care they give to their repertoire. Constantly attuned to the public taste, Ferrante and Teicher select eh tunes that people want to hear. Next, they go about arranging the tune to fit their unique two piano styling and set this in an orchestral framework for all to enjoy.

This album, called A Bouquet of Hits, is an offering much like a floral display… songs with petal-like softness, the sharpness of a beautiful rose’s thorn, the durability of evergreen, the changing patterns of a multi-hued garden and the revolution of life and growth itself.

In this bouquet you will find some of the most popular hits of the past year. If they weren’t on your personal hit parade before, they’re sure to be after hearing them performed in the distinctive style of Ferrante & Teicher.