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At The Movies

by Velvet Elevator

Velvet Elevator brings back unforgettable film melodies of the 50s, 60s and 70s in own arrangements for the ensemble.
Genre: Easy Listening: Lounge
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Blues In The Night
4:21 album only
2. Fly Me To The Moon
2:40 album only
3. Willow Weep For Me
4:30 album only
4. Theme From A Man And A Woman
2:46 album only
5. Desafinado
3:08 album only
6. It Had Better Be Tonight
1:56 album only
7. The Windmills Of Your Mind
5:02 album only
8. Moon River Cha Cha
2:47 album only
9. The Shadow Of Your Smile
3:06 album only
10. Raindrops Keep Fallin\' On My Head
2:27 album only
11. The Look Of Love
4:11 album only
12. Meditation
3:09 album only
13. At Last
5:18 album only
14. Star Trek Bossa
3:41 album only
15. Theme From The Loveboat
1:34 album only
16. Flamingo
5:06 album only
17. Theme From U.F.O.
3:05 album only
18. Theme From Medical Center
2:56 album only


Album Notes
Who isn’t familiar with those legendary films and TV shows from the 60s and 70s such as „Breakfast at Tiffany’s“, „The Thomas Crown Affair“, „Bullitt“, “UFO“ or “Columbo”. In addition to their bodacious design, legendary actors and just plain coolness, these films have something else in common too: their unforgettable music!

The 17 piece orchestra “Velvet Elevator” was founded by Martin Ptak and Heinz Fallmann. Their mission is to retrieve those sounds from the past and bring them back to the present and follow in the steps of orchestra greats such as Henry Mancini, Les Baxter, Hugo Montenegro or Percy Faith. The cinematic and danceable arrangements on “At The Movies” cover a range of styles from 1970s American car-chase scenes to Bossa Nova, Funk, Cha Cha and Jazz. Well known melodies such as “Fly Me To The Moon“ and “The Windmills Of Your Mind“ were arranged by Martin Ptak and Heinz Fallmann especially for Velvet Elevator and the vocals are interpreted by the charming singer Carolin de Rooij.

musicians: caroline de rooij (vocals), ivana pristasova, petra ackermann (violin), steven mohler, andrew jezek (viola), roland schueler (violoncello), bertl maier (harp), maria augustin (flute), ursula kendl (flute, alto flute, voice), cornelia pesendorfer (oboe, englishhorn, voice), ray aichinger, romed hopfgartner, clemens salesny (reeds), gerd rahstorfer, manfred holzhacker (trumpet), martin ptak (trombone, keys, arrangement), charles wagner (bass trombone), franz pickl (horn), klemens wenger (piano, keys), heinz fallmann (guitar, aarangement), stefan fallmann (bass, arrangement), fernando paiva (percussion), wolfgang kendl (drums)



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