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why would you review this compilation if you were not looking for a ferrante & teicher album? they have a pretty distinct style, so one quick sample of any of their songs would tell you if its what you're looking for or not. makes no sense to me! anyway this is a good compilation of some of their work. they were an impressive duo with a very 60's lounge/piano thing going on. i like to play this stuff at cocktail parties ;)

Too Good to be Forgotten...

Ferrante & Teicher, almost forgotten in today's prepackaged, homogenized world, are far too talented and influential to be ignored. Aside from pioneering a unique sound, they substantially influenced music beginning in the 50's. While too little of their extensive catalog is presently available, this collection gives listeners a good introduction to their more mainstream sound. A few of their most popular hits may be found sprinkled throughtout iTunes and certainly are worth seeking out.

Doc in Loomis Ca. 12/22/09

A very talented duo. I would listen to them years ago as background music while I studied to become a doc. Today, my wife and I listen to their records as background music in the evening, during our "conversation" hour... Now they will be in my iTunes music library!


Formed: 1947

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s

Piano duo Ferrante & Teicher were one of the best-selling easy listening acts of the '60s, offering light arrangements of easily recognizable classical pieces, movie soundtrack themes, show tunes, and similarly compatible fare. Arthur Ferrante (born September 7, 1921, New York City) and Louis Teicher (born August 24, 1924, Wilkes-Barre, PA.) met while attending the prestigious Juilliard School of Music; both were child prodigies, and they struck up a fast friendship, performing together as a duo...
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