BLENHEIM PALACE, 1 NOVEMBER 1997

Wonders Never Cease!
Philip Moores, post production supervisor for GRUMPUSS (right), has been a friend since he was a teenager, new to Hollywood in the early 70's.  Second from right is GRUMPUSS music arranger and conductor David Carr, who, way back when, played in The Fortunes; (“You've Got Your Troubles, I've Got Mine” and “Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling, Again.”)  David worked many sessions with Philip in Philip's Hollywood days, including the demo session for my songs from LONG-GRIN, which Philip engineered and David arranged.

I knew Colin Sheen (left), was one of the top musicians' contractors in England, but had no idea that he and David Carr, who met for the first time on GRUMPUSS, both went to school at Christ's Hospital in Horsham and Colin was only one year behind David!  What's more, early in Colin's career, he played trombone in the BBC Midland Light Orchestra in Birmingham, then conducted by Michael Moores, Philip Moores's dad!  And when Peter Anderson (2nd from left), filmed the 70mm 3D production PIRATES with Leslie Neilson, Eric Idle and Adam Wylie for Busch Gardens/Sea World, Colin Sheen was the fixer for that session scored in London.


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