Who Won the 1964
Grammys Song Of The Year

Henry Mancini

("Days of Wine and Roses")

1963 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner
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1964 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

Surf's up at the Regent Theatre in Arlington

Wicked Local Middleton
Tsunami of Sound is up second and, according to Sanger, “We'll do some originals, some songs from our album 'Permanent Wave,' and some classics, like 'Pipeline' and 'Penetration.' One thing we like to play is a Henry Mancini medley of 'Peter Gunn ...

1964 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

New albums from Tori Amos, Shania Twain among hotly waited pop releases

Malay Mail Online
The French Touch album, produced by David Foster, will consist of English-language reinterpretations of classic songs such as Depeche Mode's Enjoy the Silence and Henry Mancini's Moon River. French Touch has been described by critics as “warm and ...

1964 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

SACHAL ENSEMBLE Launches First US Tour

Broadway World
SACHAL ENSEMBLE Launches First US Tour A jazz song from the late-50s, an Oxford-educated financial advisor and a group of once-celebrated but ...

1964 Grammys Song Of The Year Winner Henry Mancini News

Daniel Reichard Will Warm up NYC's Birdland with Mr. Blue Sky August 14

Playbill.com
... draw on the music he heard summers when he was growing up, including the songs of Ray Charles, Fleetwood Mac, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Paul Simon, plus the works of Henry Mancini, Adele, and Broadway songwriter Leonard Bernstein.

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