Marty Manning

* Born 26 April 1916, Haverhill, Massachussetts
* Died 22 November 1971, Huntington, Long Island, New York

Marty Manning was perhaps the most-sought-after arranger and conductor among pop singers on the New York studio scene, but to Space Age Pop fans, he's best known for his album inspired by Rod Serling's great television series, "The Twilight Zone."

Manning's The Twilight Zone featured new recordings of a variety of space-oriented tunes, with New York instead of L.A. session musicians, but those details have never seemed to matter to the fans who continue to scarf up copies of this record seconds after they hit the shelves.
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Marty Manning - The Twilight Zone album art Marty Manning The Twilight Zone (Album) Columbia US 1961 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

322 364 BF, 45-PB.883 Marty Manning - Do I Love You/Unafraid album art Vic Damone ,With Marty Manning Vic Damone ,With Marty Manning - Do I Love You/Unafraid(7", Single) Philips, Philips 322 364 BF, 45-PB.883 UK 1958 Sell This Version
4-43749 Marty Manning - Tarzan (Tarzan's March) album art Marty Manning And The Cheetahs (4) Marty Manning And The Cheetahs (4) - Tarzan (Tarzan's March)(7", Promo) Columbia 4-43749 US 1966 Sell This Version
314-2, 314-3 Marty Manning - While We're Young album art Tony Bennett, Marty Manning Tony Bennett, Marty Manning - While We're Young(7") Columbia, Columbia 314-2, 314-3 US Unknown Sell This Version

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