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Fri Mar 15, 2013, 08:19 AM

David McCallum - Love is a hurtin´ thing

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Reply David McCallum - Love is a hurtin´ thing (Original post)
MrScorpio Mar 2013 OP
In_The_Wind Mar 2013 #1
KatyaR Mar 2013 #2
trof Mar 2013 #3
pinboy3niner Mar 2013 #4
Sekhmets Daughter Mar 2013 #5
NightWatcher Mar 2013 #6
goodthanksandyou Mar 2013 #7

Response to MrScorpio (Original post)

Fri Mar 15, 2013, 08:26 AM

1. Beautiful!

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Response to MrScorpio (Original post)

Fri Mar 15, 2013, 05:56 PM

2. David McCallum was my first boyfriend--

I think I was six (LOL). Love me some Ilya....

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Response to MrScorpio (Original post)

Fri Mar 15, 2013, 06:09 PM

3. Does he ever sing in this?

I listened to half and got bored and left.
Just instrumental.
meh
???

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Response to trof (Reply #3)

Fri Mar 15, 2013, 06:17 PM

4. He conducted

McCallum did not sing on these records, as many television stars of the 1960s did when offered recording contracts. As a classically trained musician, he conceived a blend of oboe, English horn, and strings with guitar and drums, and presented instrumental interpretations of hits of the day. The official arranger on the albums was H. B. Barnum. However, McCallum conducted, and contributed several original compositions of his own, over the course of four LPs. The first two, Music...A Part Of Me and Music...A Bit More Of Me, have been issued together on CD on the Zonophone label. On Open Channel D, McCallum did sing on the first four tracks, "Communication", "House On Breckenridge Lane", "In The Garden, Under The Tree" (the theme song from the movie Three Bites Of The Apple), and "My Carousel". The music tracks are the same as the Zonophone CD. This CD was released on the Rev-Ola label. The single release of "Communication" reached No. 32 in the UK Singles Chart in April 1966.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_McCallum#Music

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Response to MrScorpio (Original post)

Fri Mar 15, 2013, 06:58 PM

5. The Oboe brings a haunting quality to any melody

in which it is featured. Thanks for the beautiful music!

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Response to MrScorpio (Original post)

Fri Mar 15, 2013, 11:58 PM

6. Watching NCIS a few months ago I realized he was in

The Great Escape, only one of the best movies of all times.

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Response to MrScorpio (Original post)

Sat Mar 16, 2013, 08:20 AM

7. And it makes a fiery ring

 

Bound by wild desire
I fell into a ring of fire

oops...wrong song


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