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Prelude & Deodato 2

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Themes from The Exorcist, The French Connection, The Sting and other great films & Flashpoint

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Tommy Watt & His OrchestraWATTS COOKING

Tommy Watt & His Orchestra
WATTS COOKING

Watts Cooking
ORIGINAL LP (1959)

An Apple for The Teacher (Monaco) 2
Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries (Brown; Henderson) 2
Small Fry (Carmichael) 1 Tommy Watt (celeste)
Crumpets for the Count (Watt) 2
Embargo on Escargot (Hayes) 2 Tubby Hayes (tenor sax)
Victorian Plums (Watt) 1
Little Jack Horner (Watt) 2
(If I Knew You Were Coming) I'd've Baked a Cake (Hoffman; Merrill; Watts) 1
Sugar Mixture: 2 Tommy Watt (keyboards)
When I Take My Sugar to Tea (Fain; Kahal; Norman) When My Sugar Walks Down the Street (Austin; McHugh; Mills) Candy and Cake (Merrill)
I'm Putting All My Eggs in One Basket (Berlin) 2
Black Coffee (Sigler; Goodhart; Hoffman) 2 Tubby Hayes (vibraphone)
Honeybun (Rodgers) 2
Sugar (Pinkhard) 2

Personnel:
1 Session recorded 8 July 1959
Trumpets: Bobby Pratt; Bert Courtley; Bert Ezard; Albert Hall Trombones: George Chisholm; Maurice Pratt; Jock Bain; Jack Thirwell
Tenor sax/clarinet: Keith Bird; Tubby Hayes Tenor sax/bass clarinet: Bob Efford Baritone sax/clarinet: Don Honeywell
Flute/piccolo/alto sax: Johnny Scott; Bass: Arthur Watts
Piano/celeste/jangle box: Tommy Watt; Drums: Phil Seamen
Percussion: Dennis McCarthy
2 Session recorded 1-2 June 1959
Trumpets: Stan Roderick; Albert Hall; Tommy McQuater; Bert Courtley
Trombones: Jock Bain; George Chisholm; Jackie Armstrong; Jack Irving
Tenor sax/clarinet: George Hunter; Tubby Hayes
Tenor sax/bass clarinet: Bob Efford; Baritone sax/clarinet: Ronnie Ross
Flute/piccolo/alto sax: Johnny Scott; Tuba: Jim Powell
Horns: Jim Buck Snr; Jim Buck Jnr; S Saville; R Young; Bass: Arthur Watts
Piano/celeste/jangle box: Tommy Watt; Drums: Phil Seamen
Percussion: Tommy Blades

Singles Compilation 1956-57
Grasshopper Jump (Mazza; Lata; Mangus; Christian)
Holiday for Trombones (Rose)
The Little Hut from the film (Cochrane; Maschwitz; Stellman)
Overdrive (Watt)
Who Done It from the film (Green)
The Tender Trap from the film (Van Heusen; Cahn)

Bonus tracks - It Might as Well Be Swing
FROM ORIGINAL LP (1958)

Medley: My Heart Stood Still (Rodgers; Hart) Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart (Hanley) My Heart Belongs to Daddy (Porter)
Spring Medley: Lullaby of the Leaves (Petkere; Young) It Might as Well be Spring (Rodgers; Hammerstein II) September Song (Weill; Anderson)

CDLF 8140


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