Julius Wechter

Julius L. Wechter

Also known as J. L. Wechter, J. Wechtar, J. Wechter, J. Welcher, Jules Wechter, Julian Wechter, Julis Wechter, Julius Wecher, Julius Wechtor, Juluis Wechter, Wechter, Wechter, Julius, Wetcher, Wether
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Discography of Julius Wechter:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Fowl Play 11 Audio
2 Fowl Play 11 Audio 1967 A&M Records
3 Big Red 2 Audio 1968 A&M Records
4 I Don't Want To Walk Without You 2 Audio 1969 A&M Records
5 As Time Goes By 2 Audio 1971 A&M Records
6 Along Comes Mary 2 Audio A&M Records
7 Anytime Of The Year 2 Audio 1973 Bell Records
8 Theme From "Deep Throat" 2 Audio 1973 Bell Records
9 Those Were The Days 11 Audio 1968 A&M Records
10 Yes Sir, That's My Baby 2 Audio 1968 A&M Records
11 Do You Know The Way To San Jose? 11 Audio 1968 A&M Records
12 Do You Know The Way To San Jose? 11 Audio 1968 A&M Records
13 Those Were The Days 11 Audio 1968 A&M Records
14 Greatest Hits 12 Audio
15 Those Were The Days 11 Audio 1968 Pickwick International, Inc.
16 Greatest Hits 12 Audio
17 Foursider 22 Audio 1973 A&M Records
18 Fresh Air 2 Audio 1969 A&M Records
19 Greatest Hits 12 Audio 1970
20 Fowl Play 2 Audio 1968 A&M Records
21 Along Comes Mary 2 Audio A&M Records
22 Greatest Hits 12 Audio 1970
23 I Don't Want To Walk Without You 2 Audio 1969 A&M Records
24 Greatest Hits 12 Audio
25 Naturally 9 Audio 1982 Diamond Records (7)
26 Comin' In The Back Door 2 Audio Almo International
27 Along Comes Mary 2 Audio A&M Records
28 The Portuguese Washerwoman / The Cry Of The Wild Goose 2 Audio A&M Records
29 Fresh Air 10 Audio 1969 A&M Records
30 Fresh Air 10 Audio A&M Records
31 Flyin' High 2 Audio 1968 A&M Records
32 Fowl Play / Sounds Of Silence 2 Audio A&M Records
33 Fresh Air 10 Audio 1969 A&M Records
34 Those Were The Days 11 Audio 1968 A&M Records
35 Those Were The Days 11 Audio 1969 A&M Records
36 Fowl Play 11 Audio 1968 A&M Records


Julius Wechter was an American musician and composer who played the marimba, vibraphone and other various percussion instruments.

Born : May 10, 1935 in Chicago, Illinois.

Died : February 01, 1999 in Los Angeles, California.

Husband to [a=Cissy Wechter].

Wechter played vibes and percussion for the Martin Denny group in the 1950s. In the early 1960s, he moved on to movie soundtracks and television, as well as session work. He began his long and successful association with Herb Alpert and his Tijuana Brass when he played percussion on the Tijuana Brass's first hit, "The Lonely Bull", in 1962. He composed the #1 hit song "Spanish Flea" for Herb Alpert. Encouraged by Alpert, he formed the Baja Marimba Band in 1964.


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