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The Pink Panther and Other Hits


Download links and information about The Pink Panther and Other Hits by Henry Mancini. This album was released in 1987 and it belongs to Jazz, Theatre/Soundtrack, Lounge, Smooth Jazz genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:04:00 minutes.

Artist: Henry Mancini
Release date: 1987
Genre: Jazz, Theatre/Soundtrack, Lounge, Smooth Jazz
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:04:00
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No. Title Length
1. The Pink Panther Theme (From the "Pink Panther") 2:37
2. Royal Blue (From the "Pink Panther") 3:14
3. Champagne and Quail (From the "Pink Panther") 2:48
4. The Lonely Princess (From the "Pink Panther") 2:28
5. It Had Better Be Tonight (From the "Pink Panther") 1:59
6. Charade (From "Charade") 2:39
7. Megeve (From "Charade") 3:01
8. Latin Snowfall (From "Charade") 2:35
9. Bateau-Mouche (From "Charade") 2:55
10. Bistro (From "Charade") 1:50
11. Theme from "Hatari" (From "Hatari") 2:59
12. Baby Elephant Walk (From "Hatari") 2:46
13. Night Side (From "Hatari") 3:27
14. Your Father's Feathers (From "Hatari") 3:34
15. The Sounds of Hatari (From "Hatari") 6:46
16. Breakfast At Tiffany's (From "Breakfast At Tiffany's") 2:51
17. Something for Cat (From "Breakfast At Tiffany's") 3:12
18. Sally's Tomato (From "Breakfast At Tiffany's") 3:09
19. Holly (From "Breakfast At Tiffany's") 3:23
20. Latin Golightly (From "Breakfast At Tiffany's") 3:00
21. Moon River (From "Breakfast At Tiffany's") 2:47



Taken from four of Mancini's best soundtracks — Breakfast at Tiffany's and Charade (1961), The Pink Panther and Hatari! (1963) — this 21-track set provides a very fine introduction for those new to the über-lounge composer's work. Sure, some samples of his excellent Peter Gunn, Touch of Evil, and Mr. Lucky backdrops would have been welcome, but there's so much bounty here that one will not be left wanting, at least not until the "grooves" have been worn out. It's all classy and classic stuff, from the after-hours glow of "Royal Blue" and bolero sultriness that is "Latin Snowfall," to noirish whimsy like "The Pink Panther Theme" and the perennial "Moonriver." Not a replacement for RCA's excellent three-disc retrospective, The Days of Wine and Roses, but still a very enjoyable way to get some top-notch Mancini on a single disc.