First recorded by him in 1962, with lyrics added by Norman Gimbel, the song became a major worldwide hit. It wasn't made into a full song until 1987, when When this was released as a single in 1987, it also appeared on a soundtrack album from the show, which included Cybill Shepherd's version of "When he recorded this, Jarreau was a well-known R&B singer whose biggest pop hit was "We're In This Love Together," which made #15 on the Hot 100 in 1981.

Moonlighting (TV Series 1985–1989) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. "Moonlighting" is the theme song to the ABC comedy-crime drama of the same name, which ran from 1985 to 1989 and starred Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd. "Toots played the harmonica in much the same manner that many of the great jazz artists of that time played their respective instruments. recorded "Radio Free Europe." Among the film soundtracks that Thielemans recorded are After being introduced to the music of Belgian-born jazz guitarist, During a visit to the U.S. in 1948, an agent of Benny Goodman heard him play at a small New York music club. No one played harmonica like Toots. I felt like throwing my harmonica away.From 1959 on he toured internationally with his small group along with intermittently recording in the studio.Toots Thielemans wrote "Bluesette," a jazz standard,He worked both as a bandleader and as a sideman, including many projects with composer/arranger During his career he performed on many film soundtracks, such as His music was heard on the Belgian television series During the early 1980s Thielemans was a guest a number of times on During those years, he often recorded songs as personal tributes to those who were influential during his career.
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""Mrs Robinson" was originally called "Mrs Roosevelt," most likely after First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. The song was included on the soundtrack album for the series. Jarreau sings: It has since been covered by over one hundred artists. He calls the vocal "complete babbling. The theme song was performed by Al Jarreau, who wrote the song with Lee Holdridge; it was produced by Nile Rodgers.

It is the theme song to the comedy/mystery series Jarreau wrote the lyric, and the music was written by Lee Holdridge, a composer who scored a number of TV series and movies, including The version used on the show runs :57 seconds, which was typical of hour-long shows at the time.

Toots Thielemans wrote "Bluesette," a jazz standard, which he performed on harmonica or while playing the guitar and whistling in unison. A monthly update on our latest interviews, stories and added songs Because as far as I can see, Toots has no limitations.Thielemans has the ultimate in technique and fantastic musical ideas of mood and expression—an unbelievable ability to translate these ideas from his mind through the instrument.On his career through to the late 1970s see Roger Cotterrell, ‘Toots Thielemans: A Traveling Man’ Etat présent de la noblesse belge, 4th series, 2003 /2014 He said, "If there's a piece of music that describes me, it's that song." On Thielemans was well liked for his modesty and kind demeanor in his native Belgium, and was known for describing himself as a Brussels Thielemans received a joint honorary doctorate from the In 2006, Thielemans was honoured by an all-star tribute concert for him at Because of health issues that led to show cancellations, Thielemans announced his retirement on 12 March 2014, cancelling all scheduled concerts.After the announcement, the Netherlands-based jazz and pop orchestra I used to think the chromatic had limits. It became "Mrs Robinson" when it was considered for use in the film The Graduate.The renown Texas songwriter has been at it for 40 years, with tales to tell about The Flatlanders and The Clash - that's Joe's Tex-Mex on "Should I Stay or Should I Go?" Not long after he returned to his home in Belgium, he received a letter inviting him to join Goodman's band while they toured in Europe, which he readily accepted and joined their tours in 1949 and 1950.During those years, he also made his first record with fellow band member, tenor saxophonist Thielemans moved to the United States in 1952 where he was a member of Charlie Parker's All-Stars and worked with In 1955, Thielmans he recorded his first album as a band leader, "The Sound. The horn flourish at the beginning of "Jump Around" comes from Bob and Earl's "Harlem Shuffle"; the squeal throughout the song might be a Prince sample. This song, about night owls who unexpectedly find love in serendipitous fashion, turned out to be one of Jarreau's biggest hits. See if you can spot the real ones. With "Moonlighting," he reached a much wider audience thanks to exposure on the show; the song went to #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart.Did you spot the baseball reference in the lyrics? This song, about night owls who unexpectedly find love in serendipitous fashion, turned out to be one of Jarreau's biggest hits.