Faith In A Elevator

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The Songs Of Noel Coward20120422

Dr Richard Niles celebrates the life and music of the late and great Canadian arranger Percy Faith, who was born in 1908, and has gone down in music history as the man who invented elevator music.

In episode one, arrangers Nick Ingman and John Altman, and The Feeling's bassist Rich Jones discuss Faith's best-selling Theme From a Summer Place. Singer Amy MacDonald also drops by to hear how her hit single This Is The Life sounds after it's been given the Percy Faith treatment.

This three-part series first broadcast on Radio 2 in 2008.

Nick Ingman, John Altman and Rich Jones discuss Theme From A Summer Place.

The Songs Of Noel Coward20120422

Dr Richard Niles celebrates the life and music of the late and great Canadian arranger Percy Faith, who was born in 1908, and has gone down in music history as the man who invented elevator music.

In episode one, arrangers Nick Ingman and John Altman, and The Feeling's bassist Rich Jones discuss Faith's best-selling Theme From a Summer Place. Singer Amy MacDonald also drops by to hear how her hit single This Is The Life sounds after it's been given the Percy Faith treatment.

This three-part series first broadcast on Radio 2 in 2008.

Nick Ingman, John Altman and Rich Jones discuss Theme From A Summer Place.

The Songs Of Noel Coward20120429

Dr Richard Niles celebrates the life and music of the late and great Canadian arranger Percy Faith, who was born in 1908, and has gone down in music history as the man who invented elevator music.

In episode two, arrangers Nick Ingman and John Altman and The Feeling's bassist Rich Jones discuss Faith's Latin hit Delicado. Singer Colin MacIntyre also drops by to hear how his song You're A Star sounds after it's been given the Percy Faith treatment.

Featuring Faith's Delicado, and re-arranging Colin McIntyre's You're a Star.

The Songs Of Noel Coward20120429

Dr Richard Niles celebrates the life and music of the late and great Canadian arranger Percy Faith, who was born in 1908, and has gone down in music history as the man who invented elevator music.

In episode two, arrangers Nick Ingman and John Altman and The Feeling's bassist Rich Jones discuss Faith's Latin hit Delicado. Singer Colin MacIntyre also drops by to hear how his song You're A Star sounds after it's been given the Percy Faith treatment.

Featuring Faith's Delicado, and re-arranging Colin McIntyre's You're a Star.

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Dr Richard Niles celebrates the life and music of the late and great Canadian arranger Percy Faith, who was born in 1908, and has gone down in music history as the man who invented elevator music.

In the final episode arrangers John Altman and Nick Ingman, and The Feeling's bassist Rich Jones discuss Faith's chart-topping Theme From Moulin Rouge. And Sheffield's finest, Richard Hawley, drops by to listen to the Percy Faith style arrangement of his song Tonight The Streets Are Ours.

Dr Richard Niles celebrates the Canadian arranger, with Faith's Theme from Moulin Rouge.

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Dr Richard Niles celebrates the life and music of the late and great Canadian arranger Percy Faith, who was born in 1908, and has gone down in music history as the man who invented elevator music.

In the final episode arrangers John Altman and Nick Ingman, and The Feeling's bassist Rich Jones discuss Faith's chart-topping Theme From Moulin Rouge. And Sheffield's finest, Richard Hawley, drops by to listen to the Percy Faith style arrangement of his song Tonight The Streets Are Ours.

032008041520120506

Dr Richard Niles celebrates the life and music of the late and great Canadian arranger Percy Faith, who was born in 1908, and has gone down in music history as the man who invented elevator music.

In the final episode arrangers John Altman and Nick Ingman, and The Feeling's bassist Rich Jones discuss Faith's chart-topping Theme From Moulin Rouge. And Sheffield's finest, Richard Hawley, drops by to listen to the Percy Faith style arrangement of his song Tonight The Streets Are Ours.

Dr Richard Niles celebrates the Canadian arranger, with Faith's Theme from Moulin Rouge.