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Great score from Mancini

"Son of the Pink Panther" was one of Henry Mancini's last film scores (~1994), and although the compositions lack some of the excitement and humor from his classic scores of the 1960's, it's still excellent music and very fitting for a Pink Panther film. The Bobby McFerrin rendition of the main theme is certainly an interesting twist.

Bobby McFerrin!!!!!

Bobby Mcferrin is the God of accapella. He is untouchable and always will be. This album is upped at least two stars because of him. Can I get an AMEN brutha?!?!?!

Pink For A Lifetime

I Loved The Movie as well as this CD. Buy it!


Born: April 16, 1924 in Cleveland, OH

Genre: Soundtrack

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

If the recognition of one's peers is the true measure of success, then few men are as successful as composer, arranger, and conductor Henry Mancini. In a career that spanned 40 years, writing for film and television, Mancini won four Oscars and twenty Grammys, the all-time record for a pop artist. For 1961's Breakfast at Tiffany's alone, Mancini won five Grammys and two Oscars. Breakfast at Tiffany's includes the classic "Moon River" (lyrics by Johnny Mercer), arguably one of the finest pop songs...
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