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  1. @Miguel Andrade You have predicted it! There is another album recorded with Lew Raymond`s Orchestra featuring John Williams on the piano Artist: Georgia Carr Album: Songs by a Moody Miss Georgia Carr: America`s Foremost Night Club Singer Featuring John T.Williams (piano); Tops Records L 1617; Recorded at Radio Recorders, Los Angeles, December 18-20, 1957; Reissued in 2019, Fresh Sound Records It is also available on youtube: Discography is updated: http://www.goplanete.com/johnwilliams/music/disco/albums.htm
  2. I have also checked specific recording dates for "The Johnny Ever Green`s" without success. Nevertheless, I would like to share an interesting album review published in the Billboard magazine on December 22, 1956. So we can be sure that this album was already released in 1956 and not 1958.
  3. You are right! There is even a second single release with tracks taken from album "Peter Gunn", Artist: Henry Mancini and His Orchestra Songs: "Peter Gunn Theme", "The Brothers Go To Mother`s" Johnny Williams (Piano); RCA Victor No. 47-7460; Recorded August & September, 1958; Released February, 1959 Both singles have been added to the Discography: http://www.goplanete.com/johnwilliams/music/disco/singles.htm
  4. There was also a single release from album "For Losers Only": Artist: Sonny King Songs: "Masquerade", "You`re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You" Arrangements by Johnny Williams; Colpix CP 107; Released January, 1959 By the way, here is a single that is missing in your discography: Artist: Henry Mancini and His Orchestra Songs: "Fallout!", "Dreamsville" Johnny Williams (Piano); RCA Victor No. 47-7442; Recorded August & September, 1958; Released January, 1959
  5. Yes, I do. Would be glad to help out and to keep your website updated.
  6. Bespin, there is another album from 1959 that can be added to section "Arrangements & Orchestrations" on your webpage. The orchestra was conducted by Van Alexander with special arrangements by Johnny Williams (aka John Williams) Artist: Sonny King Album: For Losers Only Special arrangements by Johnny Williams; Colpix Records CP402; Released March 28, 1959 Colpix "Find Of The Year"
  7. An exciting period to look into is the time between 1956 and 1962 when young John Williams was personally involved in many session recordings as a pianist, conductor, arranger or co-arranger. Based on your discography you can already count more than 60 albums and 20 singles he was part of during these years! And there are more to be added... So here is another album, just released one month ago: Artist: Jerry Goldsmith Album: Face of Fugitive Featuring John Williams (piano); Intrada Special Collection ISC 466; Recorded December 1958; Released Marc
  8. Bespin, I am collector of John Williams records and a big fan of your website! Actually, it`s amazing to see how many albums are connected to maestro John Williams. It must have been a lot work to add them! Therefore, I would like to support you and will let you know another albums in the near future. Here is the first one: Artist: Carmen McRae Album: Carmen For Cool Ones Featuring John T. Williams (piano) on tracks "Any old time", "What`s new?", "Without a word of warning", "The night we call it a day"; Decca DL 8738; Recorded in Los Angel
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