Whether you are skydiving off the coast of sunny Sicily or motoring along the Cote D’azure, as the sun sets over the sea, the happening sounds of GOING PLACES by Monte Carlo & His Orchestra will delight and surprise you. With its full range of dynamic stereophonic sound, these recordings capture the adventure and excitement of the Aéroport International of the mod 1960s -- where all destinations are reachable !
Featured in films such as KISS YESTERDAY GOODBYE, THE MAKING OF THE BOYS, FAÇADE and numerous TV shows and film trailers from around the world; these tracks showcase the fresh, sophisticated talents of Monte Carlo & His Orchestra at their very best.
Working very closely with composer and record producer, Peitor Angell - Monte Carlo & His Orchestra is presenting here his sound which is inspired by many of the great musicians, composers and artists of the 60's Pacifc Coast Jazz scene such as Burt Bacharach,, Henry Mancini, John Barry, Neal Hefti, Lalo Schifrin, Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass, The T-Bones, The Bob Crewe Generation, Cal Tjader, Wes Montgomery and The Brass Ring.
The wonderfully talented featured musicians on these tracks are John Yokum playing Sax and flute leads and solos, Steve Patrick on Trumpet and Flugelhorn leads and solos, Roy Agee on Trombone leads and solos, Tom Bethke on Guitars, Luis Conte and Christian Moraga on percussion, Ray Frisbee, Greg Critchley and Jerry Kalaf on Drums, Paul Baker on Harp, Sam Levine, Jim Hoke, Randy Leago on saxaphones.