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Album Review

In 2003, Dutton Vocalion released Big Instrumental Hits/Hollywood Love Themes, which contained two complete albums — Big Instrumental Hits (1958, originally released on Decca) and Hollywood Love Themes (also originally released in 1958 by Decca) — by Stanley Black on one compact disc.

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Biography

Born: June 14, 1913 in London, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Stanley Black was one of the most prolific and eclectic British bandleaders of the postwar era, appearing almost daily on BBC radio and recording dozens of LPs and film scores in a vast array of styles. Born in London on June 14, 1913, Black began studying piano at the age of seven under the tutelage of Rae Robinson; he went on to attend the Mathay School of Music, and was just 12 when the BBC Symphony Orchestra performed one of his original compositions (a distinction he earned by winning a contest...
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