Irving Fields’ Youtube Theme song

Old school meets new media…

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Irving’s Credits

Composer
“Miami Beach Rhumba” which became a hit for Xavier Cugat and used by Woody Allen in Deconstructing Harry
“Managua, Nicaragua” recorded by Guy Lombardo, Emdundo Ros, and Freddy Martin; #1 on Hit Parade for 14 weeks
“Chantez, Chantez” which was covered by Dinah Shore
“The Door Is Open” recorded by Sarah Vaughan and The Barry Sisters
“Take Her To Jamaica”
“Miami Beach Cha Cha Cha”
Campaign songs for Ronald Reagan, George Bush (Sr), Bob Dole, Rudy Giuliani, and George Pataki*

*asked whether he’s a Democrat or Republican, Irving slyly responds: “I got out of that.”

Recording Artist
Bagels & Bongos (Decca)
More Bagels & Bongos (Decca)
Pizza and Bongos (Decca)
Champagne and Bongos (Decca)
Bikinis and Bongos (Decca)
The Fabulous Fingers (Fiesta)
Plays Irving Berlin in Fabulous Hi-Fi (Tops)
At The Latin Quarter (20th Century Fox)
Irving Fields and his Trio at the Emerald Room (Decca)
Latin Dance Date (RCA Camden)
(plus many, many other recordings)

Performer
Carnegie Hall – New York City (8 times)
Taj Mahal – Bombay, India
Imperial Hotel – Tokyo, Japan
London Palladium – London, England
El Morocco – New York City
The Stork Club – New York City
The Copacabana – New York City
The Latin Quarter – New York City

Park Sheraton Hotel – New York City (with coast-to-coast radio broadcasts)
The Intercontinental, St. Mortiz, Plaza Hotel, Park Lane Hotel – New York City
Caesar’s Palace, Sand’s Hotel, Sahara Hotel, The Flamingo – Las Vegas
Harrah’s – Atlantic City, NJ
Nevele Grande Hotel – Ellenville, NY
Versailles Hotel, Lucerne Hotel, Fontainbleau – Miami Beach, FL
Wentworth Hotel – Jackson, NH
Copley Plaza Hotel – Boston, MA
Continental Plaza – Chicago, IL

“The View” – ABC television
Ed Sullivan Show
Milton Berle Show
Kate Smith Show
Jackie Gleason Show
Eddie Cantor Show
“Live” with Regis Philbin

Headliner performer:
Princess Cruises
Holland America Line
Celebrity Cruise Line
Renaissance Cruise Line
Cunard Cruise Line

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