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Dick Marx - Dick Marx Piano mp3 download

Performer: Dick Marx
Title: Dick Marx Piano
Released: February 20, 1957
Size MP3 version: 1940 mb
Size FLAC version: 1328 mb
Size WMA version: 1558 mb
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Genre: Jazz

Dick Marx - Dick Marx Piano mp3 download


Harpo and Chico Marx playing the piano.

Album · 1957 · 10 Songs. Marx Makes Broadway Dick Marx.

Marx played piano from childhood, and got his professional start playing in nightclubs in Chicago. In the 1950s he accompanied Helen Merrill and released several albums under his own name. Starting in the 1960s, he worked extensively in advertising and wrote some of the most popular jingles for brands such as Ken-L Ration, Doublemint, Kellogg's Raisin Bran, Dial Soap, Arm & Hammer, and Nestle Crunch. In 1968, he composed the fight song for the Chicago Blackhawks, Here Come the Hawks, which is still used today

Richard Henry "Dick" Marx (April 12, 1924 – August 12, 1997) was an American jazz pianist and arranger. He also composed for film, television, and commercials. Marx played piano in childhood. He got his professional start playing in nightclubs in Chicago. In the 1950s he accompanied singer Helen Merrill and released several albums. Beginning in the 1960s, he spent three decades in advertising, writing commercial jingles for Dial soap, Kellogg's Raisin Bran cereal, Ken-L Ration dog food, and Wrigley's Doublemint gum.

Richard Marx is the debut studio album by singer/songwriter and record producer/arranger, Richard Marx, released in June 1987. Richard became the first male solo artist (and second solo artist overall - the first being Whitney Houston) in recording history to reach the top three of the Billboard Hot 100 with four singles from a debut album, including his first number one Pop single "Hold On to the Nights" in mid-1988.

Richard Henry "Dick" Marx (April 12, 1924 – August 12, 1997) was an American jazz pianist and arranger. Marx married Ruth Marx (née Guildoo) and had a son, singer/songwriter and record producer Richard Marx, from that marriage. Marx played piano from childhood, and got his professional start playing in nightclubs in Chicago. From the 1960s, he worked extensively in advertising, writing some of the most popular jingles for brands such as Ken-L Ration, Doublemint, Kellogg's Raisin Bran, Dial Soap, Arm & Hammer, and Nestle Crunch. In 1968, he composed the fight song for the Chicago Blackhawks, Here Come the Hawks, which is still used extensively today.

Dick Marx was an American jazz pianist and arranger. He is the father of singer/songwriter Richard Marx. He is best known now as the composer of the fight song for the Chicago Blackhawks, Here Come the Hawks, in 1968 which is still used extensively today. Dick Marx was injured in a car crash in Las Vegas in 1997, and died shortly thereafter in Highland Park, Illinois. Discography: Too Much Piano (Brunswick Records, 1955) Dick Marx Piano (Coral Records, 1957) Marx Makes Broadway (VSOP, 1957) Delicate Savagery (Coral, 1958).

Marx Makes Broadway, 2009. Why Can't You Behave, 03:54. Baubles, Bangles, and Beads, 02:20. Guys and Dolls, 02:38.

Credits

Dick Marx - Piano, Primary Artist