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Album Review

Ray Conniff occupied a different space in the '70s than in the '60s. His early albums were distinctive and even innovative, but his '70s albums were made-to-order for "beautiful music" radio stations and listeners who like their music whipped to a froth. Experimental vocal and instrumental arrangements gave way to a light, slick sound just this side of Muzak. Conniff's albums continued to enjoy modest success through 1973, but his popularity was in steep decline. The array of massive adult contemporary hits on Alone Again (Naturally), like "Song Sung Blue" and the title track, raise questions as to the necessity of Conniff's undertaking. How "easy" can easy listening get?


Genre: Vocal

The man who popularized wordless vocal choruses and light orchestral accompaniment on a mix of popular standards and contemporary hits of the 1960s, Ray Conniff was a trombone player for Bunny Berigan's Orchestra and Bob Crosby's Bobcats before being hired as an arranger by Mitch Miller for Columbia Records in 1954. After he wrote the charts for several sizeable Columbia hits during the mid-'50s, Conniff became a solo artist as well, applying his arranging techniques to instrumental easy listening...
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