Lex De Azevedo

Lex de Azevedo

Also known as Alexis de Azevedo, Alexis DeAzevedo, Azevedo, De Azevedo, DeAzevedo, L. De Azevedo, Lex de Azevedo, Lex DeAzevedo
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Discography of Lex De Azevedo:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Theme From The Winds Of War 2 Audio 1983 Applause Records
2 The Swan Princess - The Animated Classic Soundtrack 16 Audio 1994 Nest Entertainment

Lex de Azevedo is an American Mormon composer, song writer, pianist and singer known primarily for his film scores and his work on the LDS musical Saturday's Warrior.

Lex de Azevedo was born in California, the son of [a2019097] of [a=King Sisters, The] by her first marriage. He is also the father of [a2814458], [a2814456], [a2342137], [a2814468], [a2814466], [a2814508], [a2814459], Sarah de Azevedo and [a2814538].

De Azevedo served as a musical director for The Sonny & Cher Show, Michael Jackson and the Jackson Five and The Osmonds.

He composed the scores for the films Where the Red Fern Grows and the The Swan Princess, for the latter he was nominated for a Golden Globe in 1995 for the song Far Longer than Forever.

During the 1960s, De Azevedo produced several albums for Capitol Records, including Laurindo Almeida's "Plays for a Man and a Woman" and the Four King Cousins' "Introducing the Four King Cousins." He had a notable producing credit on the top ten Billboard hit of the Isley Brothers' "Nobody But Me" covered by the Youngstown, Ohio based quartet the Human Beinz, which song rose to hit #8 in 1968.

He has also composed for pop singers (including many members of his own family) and the stage.[5]

He is also credited as the co-writer of the Latter Day Saint production, Saturday's Warrior.

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