Russell Garcia

Also known as Garcia, L'Orchestre Russel Garcia, R. Garcia, Russ Garcia, Russ Garcia Orch., Russel Garcia
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.colemanzone.com/Time_Machine_Project/r_garcia.htm, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell_Garcia_%28composer%29

Discography of Russell Garcia:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Time Machine (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) 16 Audio 2005 Film Score Monthly
2 ORF Arbeitsplatte U O 3/80 12 Audio 1980
3 The Time Machine (Original Motion Picture Score) 22 Audio 1987 GNP Crescendo
4 The Time Machine (Original Motion Picture Score) 22 Audio 2001 Simply Vinyl
5 I'll Never Forget What's Her Name 12 Audio 1975 Bethlehem Records
6 Wigville 10 Audio 1955 Bethlehem Records
7 I've Got The World On A String/Louis Under The Stars 24 Audio 1999 Verve Records
8 (And Their Orchestras) 1956 - 1962 23 Audio 1993 Giants Of Jazz
9 I've Got The World On A String 10 Audio World Record Club
10 Half Time 24 Audio Liberty
11 Half Time 24 Audio Liberty
12 I've Got The World On A String 10 Audio
13 The Time Machine (Original Motion Picture Score) 22 Audio 1987 GNP Crescendo
14 I've Got The World On A String 10 Audio 1960 Verve Records
15 I Lead A Charmed Life 10 Audio 1980 Trend Records (3)
16 Variations For Flugelhorn, String Quartet, Bass, & Drums 10 Audio 1980 Trend Records (3)
17 Body And Soul / Home 3 Audio Barclay
18 Theme From "The Time Machine" 2 Audio Verve Records
19 I've Got The World On A String 10 Audio 1960 His Master's Voice
20 I've Got The World On A String 10 Audio 1960 Verve Records


Russell Garcia, born 12 April 1916, Oakland, California, died 19 November 2011, was a conductor, arranger and composer who has written a wide variety of music for stage and screen.

He was the composer/arranger at NBC Studios (for such shows as "Rawhide" and "Laredo"), MGM films, "The Time Machine" (1960 film) and "Atlantis, the Lost Continent", as well as orchestrated themes for "Father Goose" and "The Benny Goodman Story". He collaborated with numerous artists, including Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, Oscar Peterson, Stan Kenton, Judy Garland, Henry Mancini and Charlie Chaplin doing arrangements and conducting orchestras.


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