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YOUR HIT PARADE
c. 1950s
Kenyon Hopkins (arr); Mark Warnow (music dir); Raymond Scott and his Orchestra (1950-58); Harry Sosnick and his Orchestra (1958-59)

unknown titles

Note: Originally broadcast on NBC-TV from 1950 to 1958 and CBS-TV from 1958-59. (Detail courtesy of William Motzing).

Issues: None


CASH ON DELIVERY
Ke
nyon Hopkins, His Orchestra and Chorus.
prob. New York City: c. 1956(?)

Jimmy Ainsworth (vcl).

a. (E3-KW-7629) Holiday Greeting (F.G. Moritt/H. Cykman)

Charlie Magnante (acc).

b. (E3-KW-7630) Juke Box Ballet (Fred G. Moritt)

Note: These songs may only possibly appear in the film CASH ON DELIVERY (aka TO DOROTHY A SON) and possibly not in the versions presented on this 45.

Issues: a-b on Merrimac 751-45 [45].

(Special thanks to Stefan Nieuwenhuis for the inclusion of this listing.)


BABY DOLL
Kenyon Hopkins
Los Angeles: October 2, 1956

Ray Heindorf (cond) and the Warner Bros. Orchestra.

a. Baby Doll And Empty House (Kenyon Hopkins)
b. The Doctor And Archie (Kenyon Hopkins)
c. The Fire And Baby Doll (Kenyon Hopkins)
d. Biblical Justice (Kenyon Hopkins)
e. Ghosts (Kenyon Hopkins)
f. Baby Doll's Fright (Kenyon Hopkins)
g. Lemonade (Kenyon Hopkins)

add Smiley Lewis (vcl).

h. Shame, Shame, Shame! (Kenyon Hopkins/R. Fisher)

Smiley Lewis out.

i. The Confession (Kenyon Hopkins)
j. The Cradle (Kenyon Hopkins)
k. Archie's Break-up (Kenyon Hopkins)
l. Baby Doll's Birthday (Kenyon Hopkins)

Issues: a-l on Columbia CL 958, DRG 19053 [CD], Philips (Fr) 429159. a-l also on Columbia (Br) LPCB 3112 titled BONECA DE CARNE.


THE STRANGE ONE
Kenyon Hopkins
prob. New York City: 1957

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. Main Title (Kenyon Hopkins)
b. Ace Of Spades (Kenyon Hopkins)
c. Georgie Runs For Major Avery (Kenyon Hopkins)
d. Military Band (Kenyon Hopkins)
e. The Fight (Kenyon Hopkins)
f. Jocko's Theme (Kenyon Hopkins)
g. The Book (Kenyon Hopkins)
h. Country Juke (Kenyon Hopkins)
i. I Call You Nightboy (Kenyon Hopkins)
j. Jocko's Theme (Kenyon Hopkins)
k. You're Under Arrest (Kenyon Hopkins)
l. Boogie On "The Strange One" (Kenyon Hopkins)
m. Roger Knocks (Kenyon Hopkins)
n. The Strange One (Kenyon Hopkins)
o. End Title (Kenyon Hopkins)

Issues: a-o on Coral CRL-57132.


ELEVEN AGAINST THE ICE
Kenyon Hopkins
New York City: October 16, 1957

Kenyon Hopkins (cond) with orchestra.

a. (H2 PB-7200) Main Title And Cowboy-Sailor (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:05
b. (H2 PB-7505) Landscapes (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:1x
c. (H2 PB-7506) Winter Approaches (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:51
d. (H2 PB-7507) Flag Raising (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:40
e. (H2 PB-7508) Little America (Kenyon Hopkins) - 4:04
f. (H2 PB-7509) Sleeping On Ice (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:05
g. (H2 PB-7510) Cowboy-Sailor (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:12
h. (H2 PB-7511) Exploding Crevasses (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:51
i. (H2 PB-7512) Ballad Of The Cowboy-Sailor 
    
(Kenyon Hopkins/Robert Emmett Ginna) - 1:37
j. (H2 PB-7513) New Day (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:07
k. (H2 PB-7514) Mail Plane (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:05
l. (H2 PB-7515) Sun Again (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:19
m. (H2 PB-7516) End Of Trail (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:28
n. (H2 PB-7517) Success (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:15

Note: Special thanks to Vince Giordano.

Issues: a-n on RCA LPM-1618 (issued March 1958).
Notes: Robert Emmett Ginna


NIGHT SOUNDS
Joe Bushkin
New York City: December 27, 1957

Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with large orchestra.  

a. (21807) There's A Small Hotel (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart) - 1:50
b. (21823) But Not For Me (George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin) - 2:54
c. (21824) Who Cares? (So Long As You Care For Me) 
    
(George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin)

New York City: December 31, 1957
Joe Bushkin (p) Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with large orchestra including alto-fl, as, bassoon, 2 bar/b-cl, g, b,dm, bgo.

d. (21843) At Sundown (Walter Donaldson) 
e. (21844) Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread) 
     (Rube Bloom/Johnny Mercer) - 2:33     
f. (21808) The Lady Is A Tramp (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart) - 2:05 
g. (21813) Love Me Or Leave Me (remake) (Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn) - 2:16
h. (21845) You Go To My Head (J. Fred Coots/Haven Gillespie) - 2:27   

New York Ciry: January 6, 1958 
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with large orchestra.  

i. (21857) A Foggy Day (George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin) - 2:51
j. (21858) They Can't Take That Away From Me (George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin) - 2:38 
k. (21859) While We're Young (Wilder/Palitz/Engvick) - 2:33

New York Ciry: January 9, 1958 
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with large orchestra.

l. (21877) They All Laughed (George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin) - 2:20 
m. (21824) Who Cares? (So Long As You Care For Me) 
    
(George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin) - 2:30
n. (21843) At Sundown (remake) (Walter Donaldson) - 2:29 

Issues: a, b & e-n on Capitol T 983 (issued May 1958). 
Singles: f, g & h also on Capitol EAP-1-983 [EP]. b, e & n also on Capitol EAP-2-983 [EP]. a, i & k also on Capitol EAP-3-983 [EP]. 
Notes: Gilbert Millstein of the New York Times


I GET A KICK OUT OF PORTER
Joe Bushkin
New York City: March 28, 1958

Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

a. (22047) Night And Day (Cole Porter)
b. (22048) Love For Sale (rejected) 
c. (22049) So In Love (rejected) 
d. (22050) Where Have You Been (Cole Porter) 

New York City: April 8, 1958
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

e. (22051) Begin The Beguine (Cole Porter)
f. (22048) Love For Sale
 (Cole Porter) 
g. (22049) So In Love
 (Cole Porter) 
h. (22052) I've Got You Under My Skin
 (Cole Porter)

New York City: April 11, 1958
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

i. (22053) Get Out Of Town (Cole Porter)
j. (22054) I Get A Kick Out Of You (Cole Porter)
k. (22047) Night And Day (remake)

New York City: April 18, 1958
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

l. (22055) Let's Do It (Cole Porter) 
m. (22056) In The Still Of The Night (Cole Porter)  
n. (22057) What Is This Thing Called Love? (Cole Porter)
o. (22069) Just One Of Those Things (Cole Porter)   
p. (22110) Round Table Walk (Cole Porter) 
q. (22111) Lucky Me 

Issues: d-o on Capitol T/ST 1030 (issued August 1958). f, g, n & o also on Capitol EAP-1-1030 [EP]. p on Capitol (F) 4027.
Notes: Gilbert Millstein


BLUE ANGELS
Joe Bushkin
New York City: June 18, 1958

Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

a. (22181) My Blue Heaven 
b. (22182) Blue Room  
c. (22183) Serenade In Blue 
d. (22184) Blue Turning Grey Over You 

New York City: June 20, 1958
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

e. (22181) My Blue Heaven (remake) 
f. (22187) Blue Prelude
g. (22182) Blue Room (remake)
h. (22188) Blue Moon
i. (22189) Where The Blue Of The Night Meets The Gold Of The Day

New York City: June 23, 1958
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

j. (22190) Under A Blanket Of Blue 
k. (22191) Blue And Sentimental  

New York City: June 26, 1958
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

l. (22198) I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues
m. (22199) Blue Angel Blues 
n. (22200) Beyond The Blue Horizon  
o. (22201) Trudie 

Issues: c-n on Capitol T/ST 1094 (issued December 1958). o on Capitol F4027. d, i, m & n also on Capitol EAP-1-1094 [EP]. 
Samplers: c also on Capitol SL-6526. e also on Capitol SW-1162 titled MORE STARS IN STEREO.
Producer: Andy Wiswell 


SHOCK 
The Creed Taylor Orchestra
New York City: c. 1958

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. Heart Beat (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:26
b. The Crank (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:22
c. Gloomy Sunday (Sam M. Lewis/Rezso Seress) - 3:16
d. The Secret (Val Triste) - 2:13
e. Jungle Fever (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:56
f. The Long Walk (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:55
g. Haunted House (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:01
h. Spellbound (Miklos Rozsa) - 2:50
i. In Bedlam (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:03
j. Time Runs Out (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:33
k. High On A Windy Hill (Joan Whitney/Alex Kramer) - 3:06
l. So Peaceful In The Country (Alec Wilder) - 2:42

Issues a-l on ABC Paramount ABC/ABCS-259 (issued November 1958). 
Samplers: a-l also on Fear F-203-2 [CD] titled SHOCK, PANIC AND NIGHTMARE! and Righteous (E) PSALM 23:35 [CD] titled SHOCK AND PANIC.
Producer: Creed Taylor


THE DAY OF THE BULLFIGHT
Sabicas
New York City: September 19 and October 27, 1958

Sabicas, Diego Castellon, Juan Jimenez Garcia de la Mata; Felix Garcia Vizcaino (g); Keene Crockett (sound effects); Kenyon Hopkins (orchestral introductions) with orchestra.

a. Dawn (Sabicas/Hopkins) - 6:24 

same, add Pepe Segundo (vcl).

b. Coffee Shop (Sabicas/Hopkins) - 3:59

same, vocals out.

c. Selection Of The Bulls (Sabicas/Hopkins) - 3:28

same, add Pepe Segundo, Manolo Leiva (vcl); Teresa (dancer).

d. Street Scene (Sabicas/Hopkins) - 6:09

same, Manolo Leiva, Teresa out.

e. Entrance To The Arena/The Bullfight (Sabicas/Hopkins) - 3:24

same, Manolo Leiva (vcl) replaces Pepe Segundo.

f. Fiesta (Sabicas/Hopkins) - 5:27

same, vocals out.

g. Street Brawl (Sabicas/Hopkins) - 3:35
h. Lovers In The Night (Sabicas/Hopkins) - 3:55 

Issues: ABC Paramount ABC(S)-2265.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Irv Greenbaum, Bob Simpson
Notes: David Drew Zingg


THE SOUND OF NEW YORK
(A MUSIC-SOUND PORTRAIT)

Kenyon Hopkins
New York City: November 17, 21 and 27, 1958

collective personnel inc. Frank Rehak, Wayne Andre, Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Saracco (tb); Bill Hixon (b-tb); Phil Woods (as); Ray Beckenstein (as, bs, b-cl, f); Harold Feldman (as, oboe); Phil Bodner (eng hrn, f); Barry Galbraith, Mundel Lowe (g); Wendell Marshall (b); Osie Johnson, Phil Kraus, Joe Venuto (perc); The Geri Beitzel Singers (vcl); Rudolph Desco (voice); Keene Crockett (sound effects); Kenyon Hopkins (arr).

a. The Sound Of New York (Arrival) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:29

same or similar, The Geri Beitzel Singers out.

b. Manhattan (Rodgers/Hart) - 2:44
c. Taxi Ride (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:09
d. Take The "A" Train (Subway) (Billy Strayhorn) - 2:50
e. Waterfront (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:59
f. Penthouse Serenade (Cocktail Party) (Jason/Burton) - 2:34
g. East Side, West Side (Fifth Avenue Parade) - 2:08
h. Construction (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:06
i. Chinatown, My Chinatown (Chinese New Year) (Jerome/Schwartz) - 2:22
j. Coney Island Visit (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:16
k. Lullaby Of Broadway (Dubin/Warren) - 2:51

same or similar, add The Geri Beitzel Singers.

l. The Sound Of New York (Departure) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:36

Issues: a-l on ABC Paramount ABC(S) 2269.
Samplers: a-l on Righteous (E) PSALM 23:25 [CD] titled ROOMS IN NEW YORK.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Bob Simpson, Ed Bagley
Notes: Jack O'Brian


CONTRASTING COLORS
Kenyon Hopkins and his Orchestra 
New York City: c. 1958-59

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with large orchestra inc. prob. Phil Woods (as) and others.

a. (22214) September Song (Kurt Weill/Maxwell Anderson)
b. (22215) On The Sunny Side Of The Street (Jimmy McHugh/Dorothy Fields)
c. (22216) Rain (Eugene Ford)
d. (22217) Get Happy (Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler)
e. (22218) Spring Is Here (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart)
f. (22219) Am I Blue? (Harry Akst/Grant Clarke)

New York City: 1958 
Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

g. (22226) April in Paris (Vernon Duke/E.Y. Harburg)
h. (22227) Cool Village (Kenyon Hopkins)
i. (22228) Autumn in New York (Vernon Duke)
j. (22229) Daybreak (Ferde Grofe/Harold Adamson)
k. (22230) At Sundown (Walter Donaldson)
l. (22231) Warm City (Kenyon Hopkins)

Issues: a-l on Capitol T/ST 1158 (issued March 2, 1959). 
Singles: b, c, d & f on Capitol PRO 978 [45] titled SELECTIONS FROM THE ALBUM CONTRASTING COLORS.
Samplers: b & c also on Capitol PRO-967/968/969/970 titled SOUNDS UNLIMITED. c also on Capitol SW-1161 titled SWINGIN' STEREO WITH TEN BIG BANDS, Capitol (Can) QS-1002 titled GASLIGHT.
Producer: Andy Wiswell


LISTEN TO THE QUIET
Joe Bushkin
New York City: December 4, 1958

Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr,cond) with orchestra and chorus.

a. (22490) The Party's Over (Styne/Comden/Green)
b. (22491) Street Of Dreams (V. Young/S. Lewis)
c. (22492) Three O'Clock In The Morning (J. Robledo/D. Terriss)

New York City: December 16, 1958
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr,cond) with orchestra and chorus.

d. (22499) Moonlight Becomes You (James Van Heusen/Johnny Burke)
e. (22504) Two Sleepy People (H. Carmichael/F. Loesser)
f. (22505) Listen To The Quiet (Joe Bushkin/Mort Goode) 
g. (22506) In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning (D. Mann/B. Hilliard)

New York City: December 17, 1958
Joe Bushkin (p); Kenyon Hopkins (arr,cond) with orchestra and chorus.

h. (22506) In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning (D. Mann/B. Hilliard)
i. (22507) Let's Put Out The Lights (And Go To Sleep) (Herman Hupfield)
j. (22508) Dream Along With Me (Carl Sigman)
k. (22509) Sleepy Time Gal (Lorenzo/Whiting/Alden/Egan)
l. (22510) Put Your Dreams Away (Mann/Weiss/Lowe)
m. (22511) Good Night Sweetheart (Noble/Campbell/Connelly)

Issues: a-f & h-m on Capitol T/ST 1165 (issued May 1959).
Producer: Andy Wiswell


SWINGIN' SERENADES
Kenyon Hopkins and his Orchestra
New York City: February 16, 1959

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with 3 tp, 3 tb, b-tb, tu, 5 sax, g, b, d, harp, harpsichord, perc.

a. (22610) Serenade In Blue (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon)
b. (22611) Serenade (From "The Student Prince") 
    
(Dorothy Donnelly/Sigmund Romberg)
c. (22612) Serenade For A Wealthy Widow (Reginald Foresythe)

New York City: March 2, 1959
Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with 3 tp, 3 tb, b-tb, tu, 5 sax, g, b, d, harp, harpsichord, perc.

d. (22613) Penny Serenade (Hal Hallifax/Melle Weersma)
e. (22614) Ferry-Boat Serenade (E. DiLazzaro/Harold Adamson)
f. (22615) Angel's Serernade (Gaetano Braga)
g. (22616) The Donkey Serenade (Friml/Stothart/Wright/Forrest)

New York City: March 5, 1959
Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with 3 tp, 3 tb, b-tb, tu, 5 sax, g, b, d, harp, harpsichord, perc.

h. (22621) Serenata (Leroy Anderson/Mitchell Parish)
i. (22622) Autumn Serenade (Peter De Rose/Sammy Gallop)
j. (22623) Swingin' Serenade (Kenyon Hopkins)
k. (22624) Toselli's Serenade (Enrico Toselli)
l. (22629?) Serenade In Three (Kenyon Hopkins)

Issues: a-l on Capitol T/ST 1236 (issued August 1959). 
Singles: a, b, e & h also on Capitol PRO 1208 [promo 45].
Samplers: a also on Capitol SN-4 titled WHAT'S NEW IN CAPITOL VOL. 4.
Producer: Andy Wiswell


MIXED EMOTIONS
Susan Barrett
New York City: April 10, 1959

Susan Barrett (born Susan Brookman) (vcl); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

a. (22688) Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea 
    
(Harold Arlen/Ted Koehler) - 1:41
b. (22689) Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby (Billy Austin/Louis Jordan) - 2:26
c. (22690) Undecided
d. (22691) Mixed Emotions (Stuart Louchheim) - 2:18

New York City: April 14, 1959
Susan Barrett (vcl); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

e. (22701) It Only Hurts When I Laugh (Coleman/Ebb/Klein) - 2:12
f. (22702) Should I? (Nacio Herb Brown/Arthur Freed) - 2:48
g. (22703) Laughing On The Outside (Bernie Wayne/Ben Raleigh) - 2:26
h. (22704) After My Laughter Came Tears (Roy Turk/Charles Tobias) - 2:19

New York City: April 22, 1959
Susan Barrett (vcl); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra.

i. (22733) Bewitched, Bothered And Bewildered
j. (22734) Hey There (Richard Adler/Terry Ross) - 3:02
k. (22735) I Get Along Without You Very Well (Hoagy Carmichael) - 4:12
l. (22736) Run Away (Carolyn Leigh/Larry Coleman) - 2:25

Issues: a-l on Capitol T/ST 1266. 
Samplers: j also on Capitol 8-29384-2 [CD], Alliance/Gold Rush 29384 [CD] titled CAPITOL SINGS BROADWAY: MAKIN' WHOOPEE.
Producer: Andy Wiswell


ONCE AROUND THE CLOCK WITH PATRICIA SCOT
Patricia Scot/The Creed Taylor Orchestra
New York City: c. 1959

Patricia Scot (vcl) with "The Creed Taylor Orchestra" featuring Jimmy Cleveland, Jim Dahl, Frank Rehak (tb); Dick Hixson (b-tb); Phil Woods, Jerome Richardson (sax); Milt Hinton, Al Hall (b); Don Lamond (d); Joe Venuto (vib, bgo); Kenyon Hopkins (as "Bob Kenyon") (arr, cond) . 

a. Just Once Around The Clock (S. Romberg/Oscar Hammerstein II) - 1:52
b. Where Are You (Now That I Need You) (Frank Loesser) - 2:20
c. Nothing At All (John Frigo) - 2:26
d. Why, Baby, Why? (Luther Dixon/Larry Harrison) - 2:26
e. Let's Sit Down And Talk It Over (Patricia Scot) - 3:09
f. Speed Of Light (Mitzie & Ken Welch) - 1:30
g. You Leave Me Breathless (Ralph Freed/F. Hollander) - 1:44
h. Do It Again (B.G. DeSylva/George Gershwin) - 2:34
i. Wandering Swallow (La Voyageuse) 
    
(Harold Stevens/Irving Taylor/Jacques Plante) - 1:37
j.  Mad About The Boy (Noel Coward) - 2:58
k.  Get On Board (Little Children) (Don Raye/Gene DePaul) - 2:24
l.  Out Of This World (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer) - 1:49

Issues: a-l on ABC Paramount ABC-301 (issued November 1959), Universal (Jap) UCCU-3078 [CD] (issued November 2007).
Producer: Creed Taylor


LONELYVILLE: "THE NERVOUS BEAT"
The Creed Taylor Orchestra
New York City: c. 1959

collective personnel inc. Jimmy Cleveland, Jim Dahl, Frank Rehak (tb); Tommy Mitchell (b-tb); Phil Woods, Jerome Richardson (sax); Dick Hyman (p); Barry Galbraith, Al Casamenti, Don Arnone (g); George Duvivier (b); Don Lamond (d); Joe Venuto (vib, bgo); Kenyon Hopkins (as "Bob Kenyon") (arr).

a. It's A Lonesome Old Town (When You're Not Around) 
    
(Harry Tobias/Charles Kisco/A. Goering) - 1:46
b. The Nervous Beat (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:33

same or similar, except Dick Hixson (b-tb) replaces Tommy Mitchell and Moe Wechsler (p) replaces Dick Hyman.

c. Dream Beat (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:08
d. The Lonesome Road (Nathaniel Shilkret/Gene Austin) - 2:18
e. Lonesome River (Carter Stanley) - 1:52
f. Lonely Train (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:43 
g. All Alone (Irving Berlin) - 1:33
h. Lonesome And Blue (Bennie Benjamin/George Weiss) - 1:58
i. Lonely Girl (Bobby Troup) - 2:43
j. Dark Street (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:04
k. Lonelyville (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:34
l. St. James Infirmary (Joe Primrose) - 2:29

Issues: a-l on ABC Paramount ABC/ABCS-308 (issued November 1959).
Samplers: b & l also on Verve
B000439302 [CD], Verve (Eu)  0602498807064 [CD] titled TEASE! THE BEAT OF BURLESQUE.
Producer: Creed Taylor  


RIDIN' THE RAILS
Kenyon Hopkins and his Orchestra
prob. New York City: c. June 1959

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with tp, tb, tu, sax, el-g, el-b, d, vib.

a. (22815) Lonely Train (Kenyon Hopkins)
b. (22816) Casey Jones (Eddie Newton/T. Lawrence/Seibert)
c. (22817) Ghost Train (Kenyon Hopkins)
d. (22818) On The Atchison, Topeka And The Santa Fe (Harry Warren/Johnny Mercer)
e. (22819) I've Been Working On The Railroad (traditional)
f. (22820) The Wreck Of The Old '97 (Whitter/Noell/Lewey)
g. (22821) Sleeper Car (Kenyon Hopkins)
h. (22822) Where Do You Work-a John? (Weinberg/Marks/Warren)
i. (22823) Chattanooga Choo Choo (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon)
j. (22824) Sleepy Town Express (Haven Gillespie)
k. (22825) Sentimental Journey (Brown/Homer/Green)
l. (22826) Alabamy Road (Henderson/DeSylva/Green)

Issues: a-l on Capitol T/ST-1302 (issued February 1960). 
Samplers: d also on Capitol PRO 1386 titled ARTISTRY IN MUSIC: ESPECIALLY PROGRAMMED FOR RADIO & TELEVISION PROGRAMMING.
Producer: Andy Wiswell


PANIC: THE SON OF SHOCK
The Creed Taylor Orchestra
New York City: c. 1959

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?) Walter Donaldson) - 2:06
b. The Prison Break (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:20
c. The Operation (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:54
d. Wreck Of The Old '97 (H. Whitter/C.W. Noell/F.J. Lewey) - 1:38
e. Out Of This World (H. Arlen/J.H. Mercer) - 3:15
f. Lion Act (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:07
g. Heartaches (A. Hoffman/J. Klenner) - 2:03
h. Rain (Eugene Ford) - 2:10
i. Alpine Honeymoon (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:23
j. A Shot In The Dark (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:46
k. The Fastest Gun (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:44
l. No Smoking (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:17

Issues: a-l on ABC Paramount ABC-314 (issued April 1960). 
Singles: a & g also on ABC Paramount 45-10,072 (as by The Panics with the Creed Taylor Orchestra).
Samplers: a-l on and Righteous (E) PSALM 23:35 [CD] titled SHOCK AND PANIC. a, c, e, g, h & j also on Fear F-203-2 [CD] titled SHOCK, PANIC AND NIGHTMARE!.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Notes: Jerry Lanning


12 ANGRY MEN
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1959

Kenyon Hopkins with Charlie Haden (?), orchestra and chorus.

a. (H7-OW-4596) Boy's Theme (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:13

Kenyon Hopkins with rhythm section.

b. (H7-OW-4597) Rose Bud (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:27

Issues: a & b on Cadence 1322 [45], Apex (Can) 76151 [45].


ROOMS
Kenyon Hopkins
New York City: c. 1959

Bart Wallace (tp); Teo Macero (ts, cl?); Dick Collins (p); Wendal Marshall (b); Clem Da Rosa (d, perc); Kenyon Hopkins (cond).

a. Overture (Kenyon Hopkins)
b. Alone (Kenyon Hopkins)
c. Dreams (Kenyon Hopkins)
d. Escape (Kenyon Hopkins)
e. Going (Kenyon Hopkins)
f. Desire (Kenyon Hopkins)
g. Panic (Kenyon Hopkins)
h. Daydream (Kenyon Hopkins)
i. The End? (Kenyon Hopkins)
j. Alone (Kenyon Hopkins)

Issues: a-j on Cadence CLP-1019.
Samplers: a-j on Righteous (E) PSALM 23:25 [CD] titled ROOMS IN NEW YORK.

Notes: Jack J. Kessie


ONCE UPON A CHRISTMAS TIME
c. 1959

Kenyon Hopkins (music director); Al Stallman, Robert Allen (songs); Harry Simeone (chorale director).

unknown titles

Note: Originally broadcast on NBC-TV on December 9, 1959.

Issues: None


THE FUGITIVE KIND
Kenyon Hopkins
Olmstead Sound Studios; New York City: November 12 and 13, 1959

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. Alone - Prologue (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:23 (2:18)
b. Bird Song - Main Title (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:10 (2:04)
c. The Town - Opening (Kenyon Hopkins) - 0:46
d. Vee's Coffee/Vee's Turn (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:33
e. Uncle Pleasant/Take This Bone (Kenyon Hopkins) - 0:49
f
. Let Me Out (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:10
g. High Pocket Blues (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:29 (2:30)
h. Put Me Off At The Station (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:20
i
. Get Crazy (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:20 (3:22)
j. The Reformer (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:01 (2:00)
k. Return To Store (aka Return To The Store)
     (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:15 (2:10)
l. Lady Reacts/Cut To Alleyway/Bird Moves Down
     (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:25
m. Alone Plus Bird/Existence-Dolce/Phone Rings (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:37
n. Lady Slams Out (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:23
o. Bird Song (Guitar) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:20
p. Pay Day (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:09 (2:10)
q. Cash Box (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:15
r. Love To Sunday (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:03 (2:06)
s. Calliope (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:25 (1:30)
t. Distorted Calliope (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:43
u. Vee Sees Light/Plus And Minus (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:26
v. Triumphant Fugitive - End Title (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:54 (2:52)

Note: Parenthetical times listed as from the United Artists releases.

Issues: a, b, f, g, h, i, j, k, p, r, s & l on United Artists UAL 4065 (mono), United Artists UAS 5065 (stereo) (issued May 1960). 
Compilations: a-v on Film Score Monthly FSM Box 3 [CD] titled THE MGM SOUNDTRACK TREASURY (issued 2008).
Singles: c & i also on United Artists 217 [45].
Producer: Jack Lewis
Engineer: Fred Christie
Notes: Ross Care, Lukas Kendall (
Film Score Monthly FSM Box 3 [CD]: http://www.filmscoremonthly.com/notes/fugitive_kind.html).


A LITTLE TRAVELIN' MUSIC
Susan Barrett
New York City: February 1, 1960

Susan Barrett (vcl); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra and chorus.

a. (23048) Manhattan (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart) - 1:49
b. (23049) Carolina In The Morning (Walter Donaldson/Gus Kahn) - 1:51
c. (23050) Moon Over Miami (Joe Burke/Edgar Leslie) - 1:50
d. (23051) Pennsylvania Polka (Lester Lee/Zeke Manners) - 1:45

New York City: February 3, 1960
Susan Barrett (vcl); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra and chorus.

e. (23052) Beautiful Ohio (Mary Earl/Ballard MacDonald) - 1:59
f. (23053) Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael/Stuart Gorrell) - 2:05
g. (23054) California Here I Come (Meyer/Jolson/De Sylva) - 1:31
h. (23055) Old Cape Cod (Rothrock/Yakus/Jeffrey) - 2:22

New York City: February 5, 1960
Susan Barrett (vcl); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra and chorus.

i. (23056) Mississippi Mud (Harry Barris) -  2:05
j. (23057) I'm Comin' Virginia (Donald Heywood/Will Marion Cook) - 2:30
k. (23058) Moonlight In Vermont (Karl Suessdorf/John Blackburn) - 2:45
l. (23059) A Little Travelin' Music (L. Stallman/S. Jacobson) - 2:03

Issues: a-l on Capitol T/ST 1412. 
Samplers: a also on Capitol 98478-2 [CD], Alliance/Gold 98478 [CD] titled CAPITOL SINGS RODGERS AND HART: ISN'T IT ROMANTIC. h also on Capitol 7-80180-2 [CD] titled CAPITOL SINGS COAST TO COAST: ROUTE 66.

Producer: Andy Wiswell


PING PANG PONG THE SWINGING BALL
The Creed Taylor Orchestra
New York City: 4 sessions between February-June 1960

Joe Wilder (tp); Eddie Caine (f, alto-f, picc); Mundell Lowe (g); Milt Hinton (b); Don Lamond, Panama Francis, Warren Hard, Joe Venuto, Doug Allan (perc); Flo Handy (vcl); Kenyon Hopkins (arr).

a. Daddy (Bobby Troup) - 1:55
b. Makin' Whoopee (W. Donaldson/G. Kahn) - 1:35
c. Argument (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:25
d. Lullaby In Rhythm (W. Hirsch/B. Goodman/E. Sampson/C. Profit) - 2:05
e. Whistle While You Work (F. Churchill/L. Morey) - 1:27
f. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm (Irving Berlin) - 1:43

Joe Wilder (tp); Ray Beckenstein, Eddie Caine (f, alto-f, picc); Mundell Lowe (g); Milt Hinton (b); Don Lamond, Panama Francis, Joe Venuto, Doug Allan, Brad Spinney, Phil Kraus (perc); Flo Handy (vcl); Kenyon Hopkins (arr)

g. Don't Get Around Much Anymore (D. Ellington/B. Russell) - 2:20
h. Willow Weep For Me (Ann Ronnell) - 2:21
i. (Our) Love Is Here To Stay (I. Gershwin/G. Gershwin) - 2:05
j. Lovers (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:57
k. Cheek To Cheek (Irving Berlin) - 2:21
l. Goodbye (Gordon Jenkins) - 2:30

Note: According to the liner notes of ABC Paramount ABC-325, Hopkins's compositions, "Argument" and "Lovers," were originally performed as interpretive dances on THE PERRY COMO SHOW.

Issues: a-l on ABC Paramount ABC-325
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: George Piros
Notes: Jerry Lansing


WILD RIVER
Kenyon Hopkins and Orchestra
New York City: May 12, 1960

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. (45-23117) Wild River (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:51
b. (45-23118) Phoenix (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:35
c. cues

Issues: a-b on Capitol 4385 [45].
Producer: Andy Wiswell


WILD IN THE COUNTRY
Kenyon Hopkins
c. late 1960

Kenyon Hopkins (composer).

a. cues

Note: Singles under Elvis Presley's name - and the CD release FLAMING STAR/WILD IN THE COUNTRY/FOLLOW THAT DREAM  (RCA CD 07863-66557-2 [CD]) - include none of Kenyon Hopkins's score.


77 SUNSET STRIP
Jerry Livingston, Mack David, et. al.
c. early 1960s(?)

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. cues

Note: Originally broadcast on ABC-TV from October 10, 1958, to February 26, 1964.

Issues: None.


THE ROARING TWENTIES
Jerry Livingston, Mack David, et. al.
c. early 1960s(?)

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. cues

Note: Originally broadcast on ABC-TV from October 15, 1960, to September 2, 1962.

Issues: None.


THE HUSTLER
Kenyon Hopkins
New York City: c. 1961

Bernie Glow, Doc Severinson, Joe Wilder, Tony Miranda (tp); Jimmy Cleveland, Frank Rehak, Richard Hixon (tb); Phil Woods, Phil Bodner, Jerome Richardson, Romeo Penque (reeds); Hank Jones or Bernie Leighton (p); Barry Galbraith (g); Osie Johnson (d); Joe Venuto (perc); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. Main Title (Stop & Go) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:52
b. Minnesota Fats (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:07
c. The Loser (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:23
d. Sarah's Theme (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:04
e. 4 Flights Up (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:20
f. Fast Buck (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:10
g. Small-Time Charlie (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:29
h. Bert's Theme (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:51
i. Contract With Depravity (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:08
j. All Thumbs (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:45
k. Dining Out (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:17
l. Derby Time (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:53
m. Lipstick On A Mirror (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:04
n. The Winner (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:33
o. End Title (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:04

Issues: a-o on Kapp KL-1264 (mono), Kapp KS-3264 (stereo). 
Singles: a & h also on Kapp 430 [45]. 
Samplers: i also on Rhino R2 72912 [CD] titled CRIME JAZZ: MUSIC IN THE FIRST DEGREE.


SOUND TOUR: FRANCE
New York City: June 19 and 20, 1961

Joe Wilder (tp solo); Phil Woods (as solo); Keene Crockett (sound effects); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with 2 horns, b-sax, g, b, d, harp, perc & accordion.

a. (61VK621) Train Bleu (Sur le Pont d'Avignon) (traditional) -2:49
b. (61VK622) Pay des Bikinis (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:22

Paulette Girard, Mildred Clinton (voice).

c. (61VK623) Casino (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:27

same or similar, voices out. 

d. (61VK624) Port de Pêche (aka Fishing Village) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:14
e. (61VK625) Voyage à Bicyclette (aka Pastoral) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:39
f. (61VK626) Scène de Rue (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:05
g. (61VK627) Cafe Terrasse (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:51
h. (61VK628) Place Élégante (Claire de Lune) (Claude Debussy) - 1:55
i. (61VK629) Théâtre (Can Can) (Offenbach) - 2:52

same or similar, Phil Bodner (ss solo).

j. (61VK630) Place Pigalle (traditional) - 2:35

Paulette Girard (voice).

k. (61VK631) Au Revoir Paris (Au Claire La Lune) - 1:49

same or similar, voice out.

l. (61VK632) Départ le Havre (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:10

Note: Complete title is VERVE RECORDS AND ESQUIRE MAGAZINE - SOUND TOUR: FRANCE - IMPRESSIONS IN SOUND OF AN AMERICAN ON TOUR.

Issues: a-l on Verve V/V6-50000 (issued June 1962), MGM Premium PM 23/8. 
Samplers: e & i also on Verve V6-DJ3 titled VERVE/ESQUIRE "TRAVEL SAMPLER".
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Bob Simpson
Notes: Richard Joseph


THE DUPONT SHOW OF THE WEEK
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1961-?

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

unknown titles

Note: Originally broadcast on NBC-TV from September 17, 1961, to September 6, 1964. It is unclear which episodes Kenyon Hopkins contributed to.

Issues: None.


SOUND TOUR: SPAIN
New York City: February 6 and 7, 1962

Joe Wilder, Doc Severinsen (tp solo); Hank Jones (p solo); Carmancita Lopez (Flamenco dancer, castanets); Maddalena Cerri (voice); Keene Crockett (sound effects); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with 2 g, b, d, perc, 4 cello & 4 viola.

a. (62VK346) Madrid (Espana of Emile Waldteufel) - 4:10
b. (62VK347) Doves Of Majorca (La Paloma)- 2:14
c. (62VK348) Parador (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:00
d. (62VK349) Siesta Seville (Mattinata) (traditional) - 2:02
e. (62VK350) Jerez Wine Cellar (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:25
f. (62VK351) Basque (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:28
g. (62VK352) Ronda (Kenyon Hopkins)- 2:36
h. (62VK353) Costa Brava (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:40
i. (62VK354) Jota Americano (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:46
j. (62VK355) Carmen Speaks English (Habanera of Bizet) - 2:27
k. (62VK356) Timid Toro (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:20
l. (62VK357) Adios Granada (Granadinas of Barrera y Calleja) - 1:57

Note: Complete title is VERVE RECORDS AND ESQUIRE MAGAZINE - SOUND TOUR: SPAIN - IMPRESSIONS IN SOUND OF AN AMERICAN ON TOUR.

Issues: a-l on Verve V/V6-50001 (issued May 1962), MGM Premium PM 23/6. 
Samplers: c, f & k also on Verve V6-DJ3 titled VERVE/ESQUIRE "TRAVEL SAMPLER".
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Ray Hall
Notes: Richard Joseph


SOUND TOUR: HAWAII
New York City: February 16, 1962

Joe Wilder (tp solo); unknown (tb); Phil Woods (as solo); Jerome Richardson, Phil Bodner (f solo); unknown (acc); unknown (g); unknown (steel g); unknown (ukelele); unknown (b); unknown (d); unknown (perc); unknown (harp); Keene Crockett (sound effects); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. (62VK358) Pagan Love Song (A. Freed/N. H. Brown) - 1:58
b. (62VK359) Hawaiian War Chant (Freed/Noble/Leleiohaku) - 1:49
c. (62VK360) Sweet Leilani (Owens) - 1:51
d. (62VK361) Nani Pua (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:18
e. (62VK362) Outer Island (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:27
f. (62VK363) On The Beach At Waikiki (Stover/Kailimai) - 1:37
g. (62VK364) Siva Siva (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:18
h. (62VK365) Catamaran (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:45
i. (62VK366) Hula Shuffle (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:24
j. (62VK367) Kooki Muus (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:45
k. (62VK368) Song Of The Islands (C. E. King) - 2:20
l. (62VK369) Luau (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:05
m. (62VK370) Aloha (traditional) - 1:40

Note: Complete title is VERVE RECORDS AND ESQUIRE MAGAZINE - SOUND TOUR: HAWAII - IMPRESSIONS IN SOUND OF AN AMERICAN ON TOUR.

Issues: a-m on Verve V/V6-50003 (issued May 1962), MGM Premium PM 23/9. 
Samplers: b, c & d also on Verve V6-DJ3 titled VERVE/ESQUIRE "TRAVEL SAMPLER".
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Bob Simpson
Notes: Richard Joseph


SOUND TOUR: ITALY
New York City: March (?) 1962

Joe Wilder (tp solo); Phil Woods (as solo); Maddalena Cerri (voice); Keene Crockett (sound effects); Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with tu, frhrn, 3 sax, bass s, accordion, el-g, 2 mandolin, b, d & perc.

a. (62VK399) Arrival Milano (Funiculi, Funicula) - 2:43
b. (62VK400) Bella Roma (Ciribiribin) (traditional) - 2:23
c. (62VK401) Sorrento (Torna A Surriento) (traditional) - 3:05
d. (62VK402) Seaside (Santa Luca) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:55
e. (62VK403) Street Dance (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:20

same or similar, Doc Severinsen (tp solo).

f. (62VK404) Carnival (Carnival Of Venice) - 2:42

same or similar.

g. (62VK405) L'Autobus (O Sole Mio) - 2:07
h. (62VK406) Gondola (Barcarolle) (Offenbach) - 2:50
i. (62VK407) Roman Nights (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:54
j. (62VK408) Early Morning Song (Mattinata) - 2:35
k. (62VK409) Shepherd's Serenade (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:55
l. (62VK410) All' Albergo (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:18
m. (62VK411) Arrivederci Roma (Rascel/Sigman) - 1:43

Note: Complete title is VERVE RECORDS AND ESQUIRE MAGAZINE - SOUND TOUR: ITALY - IMPRESSIONS IN SOUND OF AN AMERICAN ON TOUR.

Issues: a-m on Verve V/V6-50002 (issued May 1962), MGM Premium PM 23/7. 
Samplers: a & m also on Verve V6-DJ3 titled VERVE/ESQUIRE "TRAVEL SAMPLER".
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Bob Simpson
Notes: Richard Joseph


VERVE/ESQUIRE "TRAVEL SAMPLER"
aka SOUND TOUR
Recorded 1961-1962. Issued: May 1962

a. Hawaiian War Chant (from SOUND TOUR: HAWAII)
b. Nani Pua (from SOUND TOUR: HAWAII)
c. Sweet Leilani (from SOUND TOUR: HAWAII)
d. Voyage a Bicyclette (from SOUND TOUR: FRANCE)
e. Theatre (Can Can) (from SOUND TOUR: FRANCE)
f. Arrivederci Roma (from SOUND TOUR: ITALY)
g. Arrival al Milano (Funiculli Funicula) (from SOUND TOUR: ITALY)
h. Timid Toro (from SOUND TOUR: SPAIN)
i. Parador (from SOUND TOUR: SPAIN)
j. Basque (from SOUND TOUR: SPAIN)

Note: Complete title is VERVE RECORDS AND ESQUIRE MAGAZINE PRESENT SOUND TOUR - IMPRESSIONS IN SOUND OF AN AMERICAN ON TOUR.

Issues: i-j on Verve V6-DJ3.


THE DIALOGUES OF ALLAN NEVINS AND HENRY STEELE COMMAGER
Kenyon Hopkins
1962

unknown.

(unknown titles)

Note: Broadcast on CBS-TV in 1962

Issues: None


NIGHTMARE!!
Kenyon Hopkins
New York City: September 27, 1962

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra and sound effects.

a. (62-VK-645) (62-XY-1075) The Red-Eyed Rats (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:20
b. (62-VK-646) (62-XY-1076) Seanie
c. (62-VK-647) (62-XY-1077) The Watery Grave (Based on "Molly Malone") 
     (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:00
d. (62-VK-648) (62-XY-1078) Ghost Ship (Based on "Barbary Coast") 
     (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:52
e. (62-VK-649) (62-XY-1079) Living Tomb (Based on "John Brown's Body") 
     (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:15

New York City: September 28, 1962
Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra and sound effects.

f. (62-VK-650) (62-XY-1080) The Rack
g. (62-VK-651) (62-XY-1081) Invasion Of The Locusts (Based on "Elegy") 
     (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:12
h. (62-VK-652) (62-XY-1082) The Snakes
i. (62-VK-653) (62-XY-1083) Werewolf (Based on "Home On The Range") 
     (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:34
j. (62-VK-654) (62-XY-1084) The Tell-Tale Heart (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:50
k. (62-VK-655) (62-XY-1085) Tara's Theme (From "Gone With The Wind") 
     (Max Steiner) - 2:50
l. (62-VK-656) (62-XY-1086) Nightmare

New York City: October 8, 1962
Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with orchestra and sound effects.

m. (62-VK-657) (62-XY-1087) Padded Cell

The following titles are probably new titles for 62-XY-1076/1080/1082/1086/1087:

n. The Loft (Based on "Sugar Plum Ferries") (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:25
o. Chamber Of Horrors (Based on "Orientale") (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:00
p. The Shaft (Based on "Foggie Dew") (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:58
q. Monster Meet (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:50
r. The Chase (Based on "Wayfaring Stranger") (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:04

Note: All titles on MGM E/SE 4104 were initially scheduled to be issued as Verve V/V6-8501, which was not issued. The VK numbers are the Verve matrixes and the XY belong to MGM.

Issues: a, c, d, e, g, i, j, k & n-r on MGM E/SE 4104 (issued January 1963). 
Singles: j (as "Phantom The Tell Tale Heart") & r (as "Phantom The Chase") on MGM 61 077 [CD].
Samplers: a, p, q & r also on Metro M/MS 520 and MGM Premium PM/PMS 19/5 titled MUSIC FROM THE JAMES BOND MOTION PICTURES. a, c, d, e, g, i, j & n- r (note: not k) also on Fear F-203-2 [CD] titled SHOCK, PANIC AND NIGHTMARE!.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Phil Ramone
Notes: Paul Dominque


THE YELLOW CANARY
Kenyon Hopkins

New York City: April 15, 1963
Clark Terry (tp); Billy Byers, Dick Lieb, Jimmy Cleveland (tb); Zoot Sims (ts); Romeo Penque. Jerome Richardson (reeds); Bill Costa (vib); Lalo Schifrin (p); Kenny Burrell (g); Milt Hinton (b); Ed Shaughnessy (d); Kenyon Hopkins (arr,cond).

a. (63VK380) Lissa (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:00

same or similar, except Joe Newman (tp) replaces Clark Terry.

b. (63VK381) Bake's Lament (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:38

New York City: April 16, 1963
Clark Terry (tp); Billy Byers, Dick Lieb, Jimmy Cleveland (tb); Zoot Sims (ts); Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson (reeds); Bill Costa (vib); Lalo Schifrin (p); Kenny Burrell (g); George Duvivier (b); Ed Shaughnessy (d); Kenyon Hopkins (arr,cond).

c. (63VK399) The Yellow Canary (Main Theme) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:30

New York City: April 16, 1963
Joe Newman (tp); Billy Byers, Dick Lieb, Jimmy Cleveland (tb); Zoot Sims (ts); Romeo Penque, Jerome Richardson (reeds); Bill Costa (vib); Lalo Schifrin (p); Kenny Burrell (g); Milt Hinton (b); Ed Shaughnessy (d); Kenyon Hopkins (arr,cond).

d. (63VK382) The Hanging (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:16,--3

same or similar, except Clark Terry (tp) replaces Joe Newman; George Duvivier (b) replaces Milt Hinton.

e. (63VK383) On The Roof (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:56

same or similar, except Milt Hinton (b) replaces George Duvivier.

f. The Doll (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:43

same or similar, except George Duvivier (b) replaces Milt Hinton.

g. The Menace (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:56
h. Santa Monica Blues (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:36
i. Deserted Canary (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:25

same or similar, except Joe Newman (tp) replaces Clark Terry; Milt Hinton (b) replaces George Duvivier.

j. The Yellow Canary Juke Box (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:30
k. (63VK384) The Spindrift (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:47

same or similar, except Clark Terry (tp) replaces Joe Newman.

l. (63VK385) Lonesome Canary (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:38

same or similar, except George Duvivier (b) replaces Milt Hinton.

m. (63VK386) The Whistling Canary (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:30

Issues: a-m on Verve V/V6-8548 (issued July 1963).
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Phil Ramone
Notes: not listed


CBS-TV
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1963-1964

Kenyon Hopkins (musical supervisor, cues).

  • MR. BROADWAY
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 26, 1964, to December 26, 1964)
  • PETE AND GLADYS
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 19, 1960, to September 10, 1962)
  • TO TELL THE TRUTH
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV during the evenings from December 18, 1956, to 
    May 22, 1967, and during the daytime from December 18, 1962, to September 6, 1968) 
  • 20th CENTURY
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV from October 23, 1957, to August 28, 1966)
  • WHAT'S MY LINE
    (originally broadcast on on CBS-TV from February 16, 1950, to September 3, 1967)

THE CARA WILLIAMS SHOW
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1963-64

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. Main Theme
b. Cues

Note: Originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 23. 1963, to September 10, 1964.

Issues: None.


EAST SIDE/WEST SIDE
Kenyon Hopkins
prob. New York City: c. 1963

Kenyon Hopkins (cond).

a. East Side, West Side (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:39
b. Holland Tunnel (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:24
c. Central Park West (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:25
d. Stick Ball (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:33
e. Neil's Night Out (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:17
f. Traffic Jam (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:24
g. Sutton Lights (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:12
h. Theme From "Who Do You Kill?" (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:02
i. Sweet Juke (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:18
j. Triboro Drive (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:15
k. Blue Harlem (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:57
l. Times Square (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:18
m. Layna's Theme (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:31
n. The Recluse (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:58
o. Society Girl (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:25
p. Midnight Walk (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:49

Note: Originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 30, 1963, to September 14, 1964 (26 episodes).

Issues: a-p on Columbia CL 2123 (mono), Columbia CS 8923 (stereo) (issued January 1964). 
Singles: a & h also on Columbia 4-42922 [45].
Producer: Bill Randle
Notes: David Suskind, R.A. Israel


THE REPORTER
Kenyon Hopkins and his Orchestra
New York City: c. 1964

collective personnel inc. Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Joe Wilder, Nick Travis (tp); Wayne Andre, Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland, Dick Hixson (tb); Jimmy Buffington, Ray Alonge, Morris Secon, Dick Berg (frhrn); Ray Beckenstein (ts); Jerry Dodgion (reeds); Phil Woods (as, cl); Romeo Penque (ss, bs, f); Bernie Leighton (p); Barry Galbraith (g); George Duvivier (b); Eddie Shaughnessy (d); Joe Venuto (vib, bgo); Kenyon Hopkins (cond).

a. The Reporter (Main Title) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:52
b. Are You Busy (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:12
c. A Nose For News (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:35
d. Headline (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:45
e. Stop The Presses! (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:16

collective personnel inc. Joe Newman, Ernie Royal, Joe Wilder, Nick Travis (tp); Wayne Andre, Frank Rehak, Jimmy Cleveland, Dick Hixson (tb); Jimmy Buffington, Ray Alonge, Morris Secon, Dick Berg (frhrn); Zoot Sims (ts); Jerome Richardson (ts, ss, f, bass cl); Phil Woods (as, cl); Romeo Penque (ss, bs, f); Bernie Leighton (p); Barry Galbraith (g); George Duvivier (b); Eddie Shaughnessy (d); Joe Venuto (vib, bgo); Kenyon Hopkins (cond).

f. By-Line (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:38
g. Extension 7 (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:19
h. Lonely Girl (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:57
i. Press Party Waltz (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:07
j. Bossa Blu Nova (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:44
k. The Lady Didn't Say (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:54
l. Tick-Along Juke (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:28
m. Danny's Theme (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:00 

Note: Originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 25, 1964 to December 25, 1964 (15 episodes)

Issues: a-m on Columbia CL 2269 (mono), Columbia CS 9069 (stereo).
Producer: John Simon


LILITH
Kenyon Hopkins
prob. New York City: c. 1964

Kenyon Hopkins (cond) with orchestra.

a. Main Title - Lilith (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:00
b. Lilith And Vincent (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:40
c. A Many Mirrored Room (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:47
d. Riddle Me This (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:54
e. Before Eve There Was Lilith (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:49
f. Because I'm Mad (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:29
g. First Love (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:03
h. The Magic World Of Lilith (Kenyon Hopkins) - 0:56
i. Rationale (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:06
j. At The Fair March (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:33
k. Puppets And Horses (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:09
l. For Love Of Lilith (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:44
m. The Moon Is Dead (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:36
n. The Gift Is A Dream (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:09
o. Twangy Tavern (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:45
p. Lilith - End Title (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:10

Issues: a-p on Colpix CP-520 (issued November 1964).
Singles: a on Colpix CP 750 [45] (backed with "Bewitched" by Billy Costa).
Producer: Jack Lewis


MISTER BUDDWING
Kenyon Hopkins
New York City: November 29, 1965

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with unknown others.

a. (65VK554) Main Title (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:10
b. (65VK555) Headache Montage (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:40
c. (65VK556) The Bridge (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:22
d. (65VK557) Memory Montage (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:52
e. (65VK558) Mirror (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:43
f. (65VK559) Lunch Room (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:26

New York City: November 30, 1965
Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond) with unknown others.

g. (65VK560) Fiddler's Walk (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:30
h. (65VK561) 12/8 Theme (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:10
i. (65VK562) Hard Latin (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:07
j. (65VK563) West Side Radio (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:00
k. (65VK564) R and B 12 (Blues) (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:15
l. (65VK565) Mister Bee (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:03

Issues: a-l on Verve V/V6-8638.
Samplers: i also on Motor (Ger) 553 499-2 [CD] titled THE MAD, MAD WORLD OF SOUNDTRACKS, Verve 570 612-7 [45], Verve 584 151-1, Verve 584 151-2 [CD], Verve (Jap) UCCV-4047 [CD] titled SOUNDS FROM THE VERVE HI-FI and Verve (Ger) 06024 9845734 [CD] titled COFFEE TIME JAZZ (VERVE JAZZ CLUB). j also on BeatHead 101 titled GROOVY SOUNDTRACKS.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Notes: Miriam Benedict


THIS PROPERTY IS CONDEMNED
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1966

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. (100528) Rainbow Express (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:30

same, Mary Badham (vcl).

b. (100529) Wish Me A Rainbow (Vocal) (Livingston/Evans) - 1:04

same, vocal out.

c. (100530) Country Waltz (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:14
d. (100531) Lover's Rainbow (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:50
e. (100532) Moonlight Casino (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:49
f. (100533) Rainbow Over My Shoulder (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:16
g. (100534) Owen Finds Alva (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:15
h. (100535) Drug Store (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:49
i. (100536) The Brawl (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:36
j. (100537) Owen Gives In (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:11
k. (100538) Dream Of Mardi Gras (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:32
l. (100539) Peadybody Hotel (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:26
m. (100540) New Orleans (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:45
n. (100541) Bittersweet Cemetery (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:55 
o. (100542) Lovers Meet (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:00
p. (100543) 1930 Victrola (Kenyon Hopkins) - 2:27
q. (100544) A Dream World (Kenyon Hopkins) - 3:10
r. (100545) Mama Breaks It Up (Kenyon Hopkins) - 1:22

Note: Michel Ruppli's Verve discography indicates the vocalist on "Wish Me A Rainbow" is Astrud Gilberto. But the phrasing and enunciation sound nothing like this particular vocalist and Verve V/V6-8664 indicates the vocalist is - more likely - Mary Badham.

Issues: a-r on Verve V/V6-8664 (issued August 1966). 
Samplers: a & b also on MGM (Jap) MIS-1017 titled THE SOUNDTRACK SPECIAL 7: GONE WITH THE WIND.
Producer: Creed Taylor
Engineer: Rudy Van Gelder


HAWK
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1966

Kenyon Hopkins, Nelson Riddle (composer); Don Kirshner (music consultant).

a. main theme
b. cues
c. end title

Note: Originally broadcast on ABC-TV from September 15, 1966, to December 29, 1966 (17 episodes).

Issues: None


WHERE'S EVERETT
Kenyon Hopkins
1966?

Kenyon Hopkins (composer).

a. Main Theme
b. Cues

Note: Not sure if this is correct. However, there was an April 18, 1966, show with this title broadcast on CBS-TV starring Alan Alda, with music credited to Frank DeVol (who also had a starring role).

Issues: None


THE BORGIA STICK
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1966-67

Kenyon Hopkins (composer).

a. cues

Note: First broadcast on television on February 25, 1967.

Issues: None (Universal TV)


DREAM SONGS
Kenyon Hopkins
New York City: April 4, 1967

Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

a. (102473) (tk. 10) Let's Put Out The Lights
b. (102470) (tk. 17) Moonglow And Theme From Picnic

New York City: April 5, 1967
Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

c. (102480) (tk. 23) Sleepy Time Gal
d. (102475) (tk. 30) Laura
e. (102469) (tk. 45) Dream
f. (102478) (tk. 46) Darn That Dream
g. (102477) (tk. 47) Lilith - Love Theme

New York City: April 6, 1967
Kenyon Hopkins (arr, cond).

h. (102481) (tk. 53) Dream A Little Dream Of Me
i. (102474) (tk. 56) Drifting And Dreaming
j. (102476) (tk. 62) I'll See You In My Dreams
k. (102472) (tk. 70) You Tell Me Your Dream
l. (102479) (tk. 72) Lonely Dream
m. (102471) (tk. 74) Sleep

Issues: a-e & g-m on Verve V/V6-8694 (unissued)


DOCTOR, YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1967

Kenyon Hopkins (composer).

a. cues

Issues: None (MGM) 


A LOVELY WAY TO DIE 
aka A LOVELY WAY TO GO
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1969

Kenyon Hopkins (composer); Jackie Wilson (vcl).

a. A Lovely Way To Die
b. cues

Issues: a on Decca 75034


THE TREE
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1969

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. cues

Issues: None


THE FIRST TIME
aka YOU DON'T NEED PAJAMAS AT ROSIE'S
aka THEY DON'T WEAR PYJAMAS AT ROSIE'S
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1969

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. Theme From You Don't Need Pyjamas at Rosie's

Issues: United Artists (E) UP 35057 [45] (other side of the record is "Where It's At" by Jeff Barry).


DOWNHILL RACER
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1969

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. theme
b. cues

Issues: None (Paramount)


PARAMOUNT TELEVISION
Kenyon Hopkins 
1970 - 1973

Kenyon Hopkins (musical supervisor, cues).

  • THE BRADY BUNCH
    (originally broadcast on ABC-TV from September 26, 1969, to August 30, 1974)
  • FUNNY FACE
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 18, 1971, to December 11, 1971)
  • LONGSTREET
    (originally broadcast on ABC-TV from September 16, 1971, to August 10, 1972)
  • LOVE AMERICAN STYLE
    (originally broadcast on ABC-TV from September 22, 1969, to January 11, 1974)
  • LOVE STORY
    (originally broadcast on NBC-TV from October 3, 1973, to January 2, 1974). Episodes include:
    - "Love And The Forever Tree" (cues)
    - "Love And The Love Potion" (cues)
    - "Love And The Perfect Wedding" (cues)
    - "Love And The Plane Fantasy" (cues)
    - "Love And The TV Weekend" (cues)
    - "Love And The Trip" (cues)
    - "Love And The Water Bed" (cues) 
  • THE MAGICIAN
    (originally broadcast on NBC-TV from October 2, 1973, to May 20, 1974)
  • MANNIX 
    (originally broadcast on CBS- TV from September 9, 1967, to August 27, 1975)
  • ME AND THE CHIMP
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV from January 13, 1972, to May 18, 1972)
  • MISSION IMPOSSIBLE  
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 17, 1966, to September 8, 1973)
  • NORMAN CORWIN PRESENTS (?)
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 1971? to December 1973?)
  • THE ODD COUPLE  
    (originally broadcast on ABC-TV from September 24, 1970, to July 4, 1975)
  • THE SANDY DUNCAN SHOW 
    (originally broadcast on CBS-TV from September 17, 1972, to December 21, 1972)
  • THE YOUNG LAWYERS (?)
    (originally broadcast on ABC-TV from September 21, 1970, to May 5, 1971)

THE UNDERSEA WORLD OF JACQUES COUSTEAU:
THE NIGHT OF THE SQUID

Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1970

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. cues

Issues: None


THE UNDERSEA WORLD OF JACQUES COUSTEAU:
THE WATER PLANET 

Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1970

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. cues

Issues: None


TERROR IN THE SKY
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1971

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. cues

Note: Originally broadcast on TV in 1971. Directed by Bernard L. Kowalski.

Issues: None (Paramount).


WOMEN IN CHAINS
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1971

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

unknown titles

Note: 90-minute film originally broadcast on ABC-TV. Directed by Bernard L. Kowalski.

Issues: None (Paramount).


THE NEW HEALERS
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1972

Kenyon Hopkins (composer).

a. Main Theme
b. cues

Note: 90-minute film originally broadcast on ABC-TV on March 27, 1972, was intended as pilot for a series that never aired. Directed by Bernard L. Kowalski.

Issues: None.


THE CBS RADIO MYSTERY THEATER
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1974

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. cues

Note: Originally broadcast on CBS radio stations from January 4, 1974, to December 31, 1984.

Issues: None


SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
Howard Shore et al
c. 1975?

Kenyon Hopkins (composer).

a. cues

Note: Broadcast on NBC-TV since October 11, 1975.

Issues: None


DINKY HOCKER
Kenyon Hopkins
c. 1979

Kenyon Hopkins (composer)

a. cues

Note: Broadcast on ABC Afterschool Special December 12, 1979

Issues: None


SHOCK, PANIC AND NIGHTMARE!
Kenyon Hopkins

Recorded 1958-62. Issued: 1995

from SHOCK:
a. Heart Beat - 3:26
b. The Crank - 2:22
c. Gloomy Sunday - 3:16
d. The Secret - 2:13
e. Jungle Fever - 1:56
f. The Long Walk - 2:55
g. Haunted House - 3:01
h. Spellbound - 2:50
i. In Bedlam - 2:03
j. Time Runs Out - 2:33
k. High On A Windy Hill - 3:06
l. So Peaceful In The Country - 2:42
from PANIC:
m. You're Driving Me Crazy - 2:06
n. The Operation - 1:54
o. Out Of This World - 3:15
p. A Shot In The Dark - 2:46
q. Heartaches - 2:03
r. Rain - 2:10
from NIGHTMARE:
s. The Tell-Tale Heart - 1:50
t. Invasion Of The Locusts - 2:12
u. The Loft - 2:25
v. Ghost Ship - 1:52
w. The Watery Grave - 2:00
x. Camber Of Horrors - 2:00
y. The Red-Eyed Rats - 2:20
z. The Shaft - 1:58
aa. Werewolf  - 1:34
ab. Living Tomb - 2:15
ac. The Chase - 2:04
ad. Monster Meet - 1:50

Issues: a-ad on Fear F-203-2 [CD].


ROOMS IN NEW YORK
Kenyon Hopkins

Recorded: 1958-1959. Issued: January 18, 2010.

from ROOMS:
a. Overture
b. Alone
c. Dreams
d. Escape
e. Going
f. Desire
g. Panic
h. Daydream
i. The End?
j. Alone
from THE SOUND OF NEW YORK:
k. The Sound Of New York (Arrival)
l. Manhattan
m. Taxi Ride
n. Take The "A" Train (Subway)
o. Waterfront
p. Penthouse Serenade (Cocktail Party)
q. East Side, West Side (Fifth Avenue Parade)
r. Construction
s. Chinatown, My Chinatown (Chinese New Year)
t. Coney Island Visit
u. Lullaby Of Broadway
v.The Sound Of New York (Departure)

Issues: a-v on Righteous (E) PSALM 23:25 [CD].
Notes: Dave Henderson.


SHOCK AND PANIC
The Creed Taylor Orchestra

Recorded: 1958-1959. Issued: April 20, 2010.

from PANIC: THE SON OF SHOCK:
a. You're Driving Me Crazy (What Did I Do?)
b. The Prison Break
c. The Operation
d. Wreck Of The Old '97
e. Out Of This World
f. Lion Act
g. Heartaches
h. Rain
i. Alpine Honeymoon
j. A Shot In The Dark
k. The Fastest Gun
l. No Smoking

from SHOCK:
mHeart Beat
n. The Crank
o. Gloomy Sunday
p. The Secret
q. Jungle Fever
r. The Long Walk
s. Haunted House
t. Spellbound
u. In Bedlam
v. Time Runs Out
w. High On A Windy Hill
x. So Peaceful In The Country

Issues: a-x on Righteous (E) PSALM 23:35 [CD].
Notes: Dave Henderson.

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