Sunday, December 13, 2009

David McCallum Conducted

Yes, it was sort of a vanity project. But instead of hollering for a Tambourine Man, U.N.C.L.E. agent David McCallum put his fame to use by commandeering a recording studio, an arranger, and an orchestra, so that he might conduct some of the pop hits of the day.

So here we have instrumental versions of songs like "Michelle," "I Can't Get No Satisfaction," and many more, along with a few originals.

Yes, for many of you, this stuff is the musical equivalent of the creme filling in a Twinkie, but the selections are also inoffensive and make fine background music for reading or conversation.

Here's the link, including the music, CD disc art, and CD inserts:

Let me know if you like it!

1 comment:

paul howley said...

As a big-time collector and fan of The Man From Uncle...I own this record...but mostly just to have it as an Uncle item. The music isn't too inspiring...Love your blog by the way!...Paul Howley

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