Reg Tilsley Tilsley Orchestral No 10
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Lord Thames. The last work Bob Relf Girl Youre My Kind Of Wonderful have by Reg Tilsley on record is from the mids - I did ask one person who's Reg Tilsley Tilsley Orchestral No 10 knowledgeable about this kind of thing, and she thinks he may no longer be with us, which is a shame as I rate his work very highly.
Away from his library work, he did a couple of LPs of jazzed-up classical music for Fontana in the late 60s which Deep Purple Made In Japan rather lovely.
Never tried playing 'Summer Convertible', but I think I'll give it a go on the old Philicorda now you've mentioned it! Reg Tilsley You have a combo organ too? It's a thing of beauty Let me know if you figure that song out. I'm not a James McKenzie Ive Got To Go trained musician, so anything with that many chord changes just boggles my mind. You've got to be in a completely different realm to be able to write music like that from scratch.
Last edited by totalrod2 ;AM. Too right - so many chords, so little time! It was actually used as the theme tune to a s BBC series called 'Follow Me', which was designed to teach English to foreigners - I think there are still one or two channels in Europe that show it. Not really relevant to the discussion, but Reg Tilsley Tilsley Orchestral No 10 thought I'd throw that in!
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