Pete rugolo and his orchestra behind brigitte bardot cool sounds from her hot scenes - Beautiful Instrumentals Channel


During late 1973, a little less than ten years after "Deep Purple" had topped the Hot 100, Tempo scored #53 on his last Hot 100 hit with the (mostly) instrumental "Sister James" as Nino Tempo And 5th Ave. Sax, an obvious play on Saks Fifth Avenue . Recorded at A&M Records studio with the backing, writing, producing, and arranging of Jeff Barry , "Sister James" became one of the first instrumental disco records to score the national charts. "Sister James" is often classified as an example of Northern Soul .

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Pete Rugolo And His Orchestra Behind Brigitte Bardot Cool Sounds From Her Hot ScenesPete Rugolo And His Orchestra Behind Brigitte Bardot Cool Sounds From Her Hot ScenesPete Rugolo And His Orchestra Behind Brigitte Bardot Cool Sounds From Her Hot ScenesPete Rugolo And His Orchestra Behind Brigitte Bardot Cool Sounds From Her Hot Scenes

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