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  1. Oct 12,  · He topped the album list in Britain in with "His Orchestra, His Chorus, His Singers, His Sound". He also was the first American popular artist to record in Russia—in he recorded "Ray Conniff in Moscow" with the help of a local choir.
  2. His Orchestra, His Chorus, His Singers, His Sound is the only number-one album in the UK for American bandleader and trombonist Ray Conniff. It spent three weeks at the top of the chart in It spent three weeks at the top of the chart in
  3. Ray Conniff And His Orchestra & Chorus - Ray Conniff And His Orchestra & Chorus - Say It With Music (A Touch Of Latin) - CBS - S 62 - heavymetal.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo Music/5(14).
  4. In , he started The Ray Conniff Singers (12 women and 13 men, comprising mainly the Ron Hicklin Singers with augmentation by others) and released the album It's the Talk of the Town. This group brought him the biggest hit he ever had in his career: Somewhere My Love (). The lyrics of the album's title selection were written to the music of "Lara's Theme" from the film Doctor Zhivago Born: November 6, , Attleboro, Massachusetts, U.S.
  5. Listen to music from Ray Conniff Singers like Blue Moon, Greensleeves (What Child Is This) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ray Conniff Singers. Percy Faith and His Orchestra. Andre Kostelanetz. Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra. View all artists Ray Conniff & His Orchestra. 5, listeners Bill Pursell. 6, listeners.
  6. RAY CONNIFF. Ray Conniff, one of the few commercially successful musical geniuses of our time, was born on November 6, , in Attleboro, Massachusetts. Ray was exposed to music at an early age, his father was the leader/trombonist of the local Jewelry City Band and his mother played the piano.
  7. Oct 14,  · Ray Conniff Dead At The Ray Conniff Orchestra and Singers typified the lounge-singing style of the s and s with a mix of wordless vocal choruses and light orchestral accompaniment.
  8. Welcome to Europe!, an Album by Ray Conniff and The Singers. Released in on CBS (catalog no. SPR 27; Vinyl LP). Genres: Light Music. Featured peformers: Ray Conniff (arranger, conductor), Jack Gold (producer), Bob Bollard (producer)/5(9).

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