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His 1965 album Whipped Cream and Other Delights became a landmark in the adult contemporary field, defining the sound for the decade. In 1967, Herb actually sang again, performing Burt Bacharach's "This Guy's in Love With You" on a Tijuana Brass TV special.Demands for a single resulted in a rare vocal hit for Alpert.When people (mostly Americans) usually hear "Spanish Flea," the initial reaction is that it's "the Dating Game show theme." The song, and this version of it, was in fact used for many years as the theme song of the popular television show.But before that, it was a huge Top 40 hit in its own. I don't think "Spanish Flea" was ever the theme song of either "Newlywed Game" or "Dating Game," but I think "The Dating Game" used it as incidental music while the bachelorette made up her mind, and while the announcer described the wonderful vacation to Burbank or Inglewood that the lucky couple would get to go on. I mean, this is almost worth digging up some money to start a smarmy "Dating Game" type show, just so I can use "Spanish Flea" as the theme.He also worked as a songwriter and movie extra, learning all aspects of the entertainment business.
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Principal Members: Herb Alpert (born Herbert Alpert, March 31, 1935, Los Angeles, CA): trumpet, lead and backing vocals Tonni Kalash (born June 15, 1937, San Francisco, CA; died May 15, 2001, Los Angeles, CA): trumpet Bob Edmondson (born March 5, 1935, Los Angeles, CA): trombone John Pisano (born February 6, 1931, Staten Island, NY): guitar Lou Pagani: piano Pat Senatore (born August 19, 1935, Newark, NJ): bass Nick Ceroli (born December 22, 1939, Niles, OH; died August 11, 1985, Los Angeles, CA): drums Early years: The story of the Tijuana Brass is largely the story of Herb Alpert, the famed jazz-pop trumpeter who assembled them as his live and sometimes studio band.
Alpert was the son of immigrant Jews from Romania and the Ukraine, most of whom already played some sort of instrument.
It was an instant hit, and both Alpert's career and the label's took off.
Having released "Bull" with the name "Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass," he set about finding musicians for his fictional band.