10 Songs, 32 Minutes


About Jeff Alexander

Jeff Alexander (born Myer Goodhue Alexander was a classically-trained composer, arranger, and conductor who enjoyed a 28 year career in Hollywood and on television (where his work included such popular series as My Three Sons and episodes of The Twilight Zone). In the course of his movie work, he wrote some songs in a popular idiom, including "Soothe My Lonely Heart", "The Wings of Eagles", and "Blues About Manhattan", and also wrote classical pieces for the concert hall. Alexander was also responsible for arranging the choral music on some theater-related recordings of the 1950's, including the 1951 cast recording of The Vagabond King, reissued on CD in the early twenty-first century by Decca. ~ Bruce Eder

Seattle, WA
July 2, 1910