Download The Raymond Scott Quintet - Ectoplasm - 2008, FLAC (tracks+. Raymond Scott Quintet - Ectoplasm 1948-1949 01 - Good Listening (Intro). flac 02 - Moonlight on the Ganges. flac 03 - Street Corner in Paris. 10 - Honeysuckle Rose. 11 - Dedicatory Piece to the Crew and Passengers of the First Experimental Rocket Express to the Moon. 12 - I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm. 14 - Moonlight on the Ganges. 16 - I'll See You in My Dreams. 17 - Smoke Gets in Your Eyes. 19 - Sometimes I'm Happy. 21 - Good Listening (Intermission).
ECTOPLASM is the first new collection of unreleased Raymond Scott recordings in five years, and the first-ever of Scott's second Quintet, which recorded in 1948-49. Like its legendary 1937-39 predecessor (chronicled on 2003's Microphone Music), this "quintet" had six members, but unlike the original RSQ, this band didn't create music associated with Warner Bros. 11. Dedicatory Piece To the Crew And Passengers Of the First Experimental Rocket Express To the Moon. 12. I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm. 14. Moonlight On the Ganges.
He adopted the pseudonym "Raymond Scott" to spare his brother charges of nepotism when the orchestra began performing the pianist's idiosyncratic compositions. In 1935 he married Pearl Zimney. In late 1936, Scott assembled a band from among his CBS colleagues, calling it the Raymond Scott Quintette. It was a six-piece group, but he thought "Quintette" (his spelling) sounded "crisper"; he also told a reporter that he feared "calling it a 'sextet' might get your mind off music. Scott developed some of the first devices capable of producing a series of electronic tones automatically in sequence. His electromechanical devices, some with motors moving photocells past lights, bore little resemblance to the all-electronic sequencers of the late Sixties. He began working on a machine he said could compose by artificial intelligence.
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Lyrics for The Raymond Scott Quintette with song meanings and video. The Streets of Cairo" or "The Poor Little Country Maid", also known as "the snake charmer song", is a well-known melody in the United States. Alternate titles for children's songs using this melody include "The Girls in France" and "The Southern Part of France". This song is often associated with the hoochie coochie belly dance. You're the Cream In My Coffee.
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|A||Dedicatory Piece To The Crew And Passengrs Of The First Experimental ROcket Express To The Moon
Written-By – Raymond Scott
|B||Sometimes I'm Happy
Arranged By – Raymond ScottLyrics By – Dorothy CollinsWritten-By – Vincent Youmans
NotesFrom series of 10 sessions by the Raymond Scott Quintet for Master Records in 1949 and issued as five separate two-song releases, each pressed on vinyl and issued in heavy cardboard sleeves with embossed printing.
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- Matrix / Runout (Etched): RS 101A
- Matrix / Runout (Etched): RS 110