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Peter Gunn" is the theme music composed by Henry Mancini for the television show of the same name. The song was the opening track on the original soundtrack album, The Music from Peter Gunn, released in 1959. Mancini won an Emmy Award and two Grammys for Album of the Year and Best Arrangement. In his 1989 autobiography Did They Mention the Music? Mancini states: The wailing alto saxophone solo was played by big band veteran and Hollywood studio stalwart Ted Nash.
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The unmistakable sound of Steve Douglas' honking saxophone can be heard on countless recordings by the Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, Duane Eddy and others. Among the most in-demand West Coast sessionmen, Douglas was a key player in producer Phil Spector's "Wrecking Crew," the collective of sideman that Spector used on virtually all his sessions. Douglas' Hot Sax album, released in 1982, includes his remake of "Peter Gunn," which he'd originally recorded with Duane Eddy two decades earlier. Douglas died in 1993 of heart failure.
The unmistakable sound of Steve Douglas’ honking saxophone can be heard on countless recordings by the Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, Duane Eddy and others. Among the most in-demand West Coast sessionmen, Douglas was a key player in producer Phil Spector’s Wrecking Crew, the collective of sidemen that Spector used on virtually all his sessions. Douglas played sax and percussion on most of Spector’s early-1960s productions, including all of the Ronettes’ and Crystals’ recordings and such epic singles as Ike and Tina Turner’s River Deep-Mountain High and the Righteous Brothers’ You’ve Lost That. Douglas’ Hot Sax album, released in 1982, includes his remake of Peter Gunn, which he originally recorded with Duane Eddy two decades earlier. Inductee: Steve Douglas (born September 24, 1938, died April 18, 1993).
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