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Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos - Discography - 1962 - 2010

19-08-2014, 14:01
Music | Instrumental | Easy Listening



Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos - Discography - 1962 - 2010

Artist: Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos
Title Of Album: Discography
Year Of Release: 1962 - 2010
Label: Decca, London
Genre: Instrumental/Easy Listening, Piano
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: VBR-320 kbps
Total Time: 26:07:02
Total Size: 3,13gb
WebSite: Wikipedia

Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos - Discography - 1962 - 2010


Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos - Discography - 1962 - 2010


Ronnie Aldrich, born Ronald Frank Aldrich (15 February 1916, Erith, Kent, England – 30 September 1993, Isle of Man) was a British easy listening and jazz pianist, arranger, conductor, and composer. The only son of a store manager, he was three years old when he started playing the piano. He was educated at The Harvey Grammar School, Folkestone, and taught violin at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Before World War II, Aldrich went to India to play jazz and first gained fame in the 1940s as leader of The Squadronaires, up until their disbanding in 1964.

He was noteworthy for the recording development of playing two pianos in his recordings (the Decca Phase 4 Stereo series). He recorded for The Decca Record Company Ltd in the 1960s and 1970s, moving to Seaward Ltd (his own company) licensed to EMI in the 1980s. He also regularly broadcast on BBC Radio 2 with his own orchestra as well as with the BBC Radio Orchestra and the BBC Scottish Radio Orchestra, based in BBC Glasgow. He also recorded special tracks that were released by Reader's Digest. Recently, all the Decca recordings were released in CD format by Vocalion. Many of his sessions for radio stations have been released by Apple iTunes in m4a format.

He was appointed musical director at Thames Television and thus was widely known as the musical director for the television programme The Benny Hill Show. He was married twice and had a daughter from his first marriage. At the time of his death he was married to E. Mary Aldrich, his wife for more than 30 years. He died of prostate cancer at age 77 in the Isle Of Man.

1962 - Melody and Percussion for Two Pianos (256 kbps)
1965 - His Two Pianos (128 kbps)
1966 - All-Time Piano Hits (256 kbps)
1966 - That Adrich Feeling (256 kbps)
1967 - Two Pianos Today (256 kbps
1968 - This Way In (320 kbps)
1969 - It's Happening Now (320 kbps)
1970 - Here Come The Hits (320 kbps)
1970 - Close to you (320 kbps)
1970 - Togetherness (320 kbps)
1971 - Great Themes To Remember (256 kbps)
1972 - Love Story (320 kbps)
1972 - Come To Where The Love Is (128 kbps)
1972 - The World Of Ronnie Aldrich In Phase 4 (320 kbps)
1973 - Soft And Wicked Come To Where The Love Is (320 kbps)
1974 - The Way We Were (320 kbps)
1975 - In The Gentle Hours (256 kbps)
1975 - Love (256 kbps)
1978 - Melodies from the Classics (320 kbps)
1996 - Adagio (128 kbps)
1997 - Ronnie Aldrich & Stanley Black (192 kbps)
2004 -Invitation to Love (320 kbps)
2004 - The Magnificent Pianos Of Ronnie Aldrich (320 kbps)
2004 - Two Pianos in Hollywood (320 kbps)
2005 - Christmas with Ronnie Aldrich (320 kbps)
2007 -The World of Burt Bacharach (320 kbps)
2007 - Tomorrow's Yesterday (320 kbps)
2007 - Webb Country (320 kbps)
2008 - The Collection - vol. 1 (320 kbps)
2008 - The Collection - vol. 2 (320 kbps)
2009 - Piano fur Verliebte (320 kbps)
2010 - The Collection - vol. 3 (320 kbps)




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