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Delilah - Les Reed And His Orchestra - The Hit Making World Of Les Reed (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Apr 16,  · "Les was a lovely man, a legend in the world of songwriting whose legacy will live through his music. RIP Les." Sir Tom Jones has paid tribute to songwriter Les Reed .
  2. Songwriter Les Reed has died at the age of 83, his family has confirmed. He was well known for co-writing Tom Jones hits Delilah and It’s Not Unusual, as well as Engelbert Humperdinck’s The Last Waltz. Reed also served as a pianist in The John Barry Seven and conducted his own orchestra for more than 10 years.
  3. Apr 17,  · P erhaps Reed’s most enduring hit was the melodramatic Delilah, recorded by Tom Jones in and since cited as one of the most recognisable songs in the world, ranked with Bing Crosby’s White.
  4. Les Reed, Soundtrack: Edward Scissorhands. Les Reed was born on July 24, in Woking, Surrey, England as Leslie David Reed. He was married to June Williams. He died on April 15, in Petersfield, Hampshire, England.
  5. LES REED Vinyl Records and CDs Les Reed (24 July – 15 April ) was an English songwriter, producer, arranger, musician and light orchestra leader. Les Reed Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts.
  6. Beautiful World: Leo Andrew: Reed / Dempsey Delilah Tom Jones Reed / Mason Donna Music/EMI Do The Kangaroo Les Reed Orchestra / Eddie Lester Singers Reed / Worth Donna Music/EMI Hold Me Mireille Mathieu Reed / Rae.
  7. The song Delilah was written by Barry Mason and Les Reed and was first recorded by P.J. Proby in It was first released by Tom Jones in It was covered by Frank Ferrari, Living Brass - Arranged and conducted by Mel Davis, Augusto Alguero y su orquesta, Oliver Hunt .
  8. Leslie David Reed OBE (24 July – 15 April ) was an English songwriter, arranger, musician and light-orchestra leader who along with Barry Mason composed Marching On Together for the Mighty Leeds Utd. His major songwriting partners were Gordon Mills, Barry Mason, and Geoff Stephens, although he wrote songs with many others such as Roger .
  9. – Les Reed And His Orchestra: Delilah: E2 – Les Reed And His Orchestra: The Last Waltz: E3 – Arthur Greenslade And His Orchestra: I'm A Believer: E4 – Johnny Harris And His Orchestra* The Day I Met Marie: E5 – Perry Botkin Jr. And His Orchestra: San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair) E6 – Les Reed And His.

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