David Wilson | Dreams of Hollywood Nights

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Dreams of Hollywood Nights

by David Wilson

David Wilson's violin tribute to the music of Henry Mancini
Genre: Easy Listening: Instrumental Pop
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1. Charade
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2. The Days of Wine and Roses
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3. Two for The Road
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4. Slow Hot Wind
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5. Natalie
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6. Whistling Away the Dark
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7. It's All There
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8. Loss of Love
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9. Mr Lucky
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10. Crazy World
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11. Anywhere the Heart Goes
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12. Moon River
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Album Notes
After moving to Los Angeles, David Wilson found himself admired by musical celebrities. Doc Severenson was first to notice him; and then David Bowie (who requested David as a teacher); then it was Henry Mancini who approached David to ask him to do solo performances for the score to the film Switch. Subsequently, David played on Mancini's beautiful album As Time Goes By.


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Storm Phillips

There are only certain places you should listen to this CD...at home, with the one you love, or both. This music will give you goosebumps, so I don't recommend driving or working while you listen to the hauntingly beautiful Wilson tribute to Mancini.