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Raymond Scott is one of the music world's most obscure heroes. He is the inventor of the Clarivox and Audivox, and, as such, the founding father of Electronic music. He was the mentor to Bob Moog, and his music has been heard but not recognized by almost everyone on the planet, Raymond Scott's work 'Powerhouse' being the music used by Warner Brothers on the Looney Tunes cartoons. Other outlets that used his music include the Simpsons and Ren & Stimpy to name a few. He has also written music for many feature films, including working with Alfred Hitchcock (The Trouble with Harry) and Harold Robbins (Never Love a Stranger). This album was recorded whilst Scott was head of a & R at Everest Records which was owned by Harry Belock. 24 tracks. Acrobat. 2007.

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1) How High the Moon
2) Summertime
3) Orchids in the Moonlight
4) Amor
5) What Is This Thing Called Love
6) Deep Purple
7) Stardust
8) True Love
9) All the Things You Are
10) La Cumparsita
11) Somewhere Over the Rainbow
12) Where Is Your Heart
13) How High the Moon
14) Summertime
15) Orchids in the Moonlight
16) Amor
17) What Is This Thing Called Love
18) Deep Purple
19) Stardust
20) True Love
21) All the Things You Are
22) La Cumparsita
23) Somewhere Over the Rainbow
24) Where Is Your Heart

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