Korla Pandit – Hypnotique. Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Easy Listening, Space-Age. referencing Hypnotique, LP, Album, Mono, Red, 3329. This comes also in black vinyl Fantasy F-8075. Says nothing about year. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Hypnotique is a exotica music album recording by KORLA PANDIT released in 1961 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Korla Pandit - Hypnotique. Photo of Korla Pandit - Hypnotique. More albums of Korla Pandit: At The Pipe Organ. Fantastique! Genre is Jazz Folk, World, & Country. This album was released on the label Fantasy (catalog number 8075). This album was released in 1961 year.
Korla Pandit - Hypnotique. Korla Pandit - Hypnotique. If you are a fan of mid-century exotic music, you have probably heard of Korla Pandit. If you haven't, please Google him now because it's a fascinating story. At the time, ladies were taken in by his hypnotic eyes as well as his music.
Korla Pandit (September 16, 1921 – October 2, 1998), born John Roland Redd, was a musician, composer, pianist, organist, and television pioneer of national notability. A pathbreaking musical performer in the early days of television, Redd is known for Korla Pandit's Adventures In Music; the show was the first all-music program on television. He also performed live and on radio and made various film appearances, becoming known as the "Godfather of Exotica"
Korla Pandit performed at Tom Breneman's Restaurant, seen here as it looked in 1947, Breneman broadcast his Breakfast in Hollywood radio program from here in the late 1940s. In 1948, while performing in Hollywood at a furrier's fashion show in Tom Breneman's Restaurant, Korla and Beryl met television pioneer Klaus Landsberg who offered Korla his own 15-minute daily television show with the stipulation that he would also provide musical accompaniment for Time for Beany, Bob Clampett's popular puppet show which featured Stan Freberg and Daws Butler as. puppeteers and voices . EVER! (New Holland Publishers, 2004).
Korla Pandit official site managed by Verne Langdon. at IMDBAdventures in Music. Korla Pandit: "Silver Bells". Listen to. ^ de Clue, David. The Many Faces of Korla Pandit". Los Angeles (Emmis Communications) 46 (6): 72–77, 146–151. a b Korla Pandit biography: David Marshall-Rutledge deClue. On the Air: The Encyclopedia of Old-Time Radio. Oxford University Press, 1998.