Everyone is familiar with his melodic, incredibly beautiful and exciting music. Paul Mauriat - one of those people who are open to everyone with the help of this wonderful world of music. For more than thirty-year history, Paul Mauriat, along with his orchestra arranged and recorded more than a thousand tunes … Here is the 10-disc collection «The Best of Paul Mauriat» released in Japan in 1994.
The Best of Paul Mauriat, Vol.1 album by Paul Mauriat was released April 30, 2013 on the Universal Music label. The Best of Paul Mauriat, Vol.1 CD music contains a single disc with 15 songs.
Matthias Bamert’s Contemporaries of Mozart project is one of Chandos’ longest-running and most successful recording series. Mozart’s unquestionable genius has tended to eclipse the work of many otherwise excellent composers who were writing at the same time as he. Often successful in their day, many of these composers fell into neglect over subsequent decades and were in some cases almost forgotten.
Magic Slim & the Teardrops proudly uphold the tradition of what a Chicago blues band should sound like. Their emphasis on ensemble playing and a humongous repertoire that allegedly ranges upwards of a few hundred songs give the towering guitarist's live performances an endearing off-the-cuff quality: you never know what obscurity he'll pull out of his oversized hat next. Born Morris Holt on August 7, 1937, the Mississippi native was forced to give up playing the piano when he lost his little finger in a cotton gin mishap. Boyhood pal Magic Sam bestowed his magical moniker on the budding guitarist (and times change as Slim's no longer slim). Holt first came to Chicago in 1955, but found that breaking into the competitive local blues circuit was a tough proposition. Although he managed to secure a steady gig for a while with Robert Perkins' band (Mr. Pitiful & the Teardrops), Slim wasn't good enough to progress into the upper ranks of Chicago bluesdom.