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Publicar un comentario. David Rose was one of the most popular and distinctive mainstream instrumental pop composers of the '40s, '50s, and '60s, writing a number of pieces that became part of the nation's collective memory. From "Holiday for Strings" to "The Stripper," his music was usually distinguished by a loose, humorous approach where the strings mimicked voices and the horns and percussion were alternately swinging and supportive.
Music Of The Stripper. David Rose June 15, — August 23, was an American songwriter, composer, arranger, pianist, and orchestra leader. Vintage Music No. Zero ads.
Whether you call them stripper songs or simply dance tracks, one thing is for sure: rock bands sure love to write songs about mostly naked women. The trend first became hot in the '70s and then became virtually synonymous with the '80s. Not that modern bands aren't getting in on the act; some of the biggest rock songs of the past few years have been certifiable stripper anthems.
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It evinces a jazz influence with especially prominent trombone slidesand evokes the feel of music used to accompany striptease artists. Billboard ranked the record as the 5 song of The tune came to prominence by chance. His record company, MGM Recordswanted to get it on the market quickly, but discovered there was no B-side available for it.