b. 4 Sept 1917, Todmorden, Yorkshire, Britain, d. 8 July 1991, London, Britain. Like was a musical movie director, arranger, composer and something from the UK’s most widely used easy-listening music personalities. His dad, Kid Like, was World Champ fine sand dancer, and found the united kingdom from the united states. Geoff Love discovered to try out the trombone in his regional brass music group and produced his initial broadcast in 1937 on Radio Normandy. He transferred south of Britain, and used violinist Jan Ralfini’s Dance Orchestra in London and with the Alan Green Music group in Hastings. After six years within the military during World Battle II, he became a member of Harry Silver’s BITS OF Eight in 1946, and remained with them until 1949, offering the vocal on the effective record, ‘Blue Ribbon Gal’. In 1955, Like produced his own music group for the tv screen show OUT, and soon soon after started documenting for Columbia Information along with his Orchestra and Concert Orchestra. He previously his first strike in 1958, using a cover-version of Perez Prado’s cha-cha-cha ‘Patricia’, and produced many albums including Enchanted Evenings, OUR PERSONAL and Thanks a lot For The Storage (Academy Award Being successful Music). In 1959, Like started to discharge some recordings beneath the pseudonym, Manuel And His Music FROM THE Mountains, which demonstrated be immensely effective. Besides his very own orchestral records, Appreciate supplied the accompaniment and agreements on record, and in concert, for most popular artists such as for example Connie Francis, Russ Conway, Paul Robeson, Judy Garland, Frankie Vaughan, Johnny Mathis, Des O’Connor, Ken Dodd, Marlene Dietrich and Gracie Areas. Within the 70s, he produced just one more group, Billy’s Banjo Music group, later referred to as Geoff Like’s Banjo Music group, while still having strikes under his very own name with Big Battle Themes, Big American Movie Designs and Big Like Movie Designs. He also capitalized in the past due 70s dance trend with several amounts of Geoff Like’s Big Disco Audio, while keeping his more conventional picture with Waltzes With Like and Tangos With Like. He was regularly well-known on radio, and on tv, where, besides performing the orchestra, he was specifically effective like a comic foil to Maximum Bygraves on his Singalongamax, and related series. Like’s compositions add the Latin-styled ‘La Rosa Negra’ towards the theme for the strike television situation humor, Bless This Home. His prolific record output included mainly film or tv themes. His kid Adrian (b. 3 August 1944, York, Britain, d. 10 March 1999, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, Britain) was a well-known and well-known radio broadcaster.
|1||Former trombonist with Harry Gold and his Pieces of Eight|
|2||His son, Adrian Love (1944-1997), was a well-known DJ and presenter for BBC Radio 1 & 2 and other stations.|
|3||His father, Kid Love, was World Champion sand dancer, and came to the UK from the USA.|
|Bless This House||1971-1976||TV Series composer - 53 episodes|
|Cribbins||1970||TV Series music director - 4 episodes|
|According to Dora||1968||TV Series music director - 7 episodes|
|The Dream Maker||1963||music arranger - uncredited|
|Follow the Boys||1963||arranger and conductor: songs|
|Six-Five Special||1958||musical director|
|Salute to Show Business||1957||TV Movie orchestra conductor|
|A Yank in Ermine||1955||music arranger: Johann Strauss Jr - uncredited|
|Bassie en Adriaan en de huilende professor||1982||TV Mini-Series performer - 3 episodes|
|Along the Way||1972||arranger: "Beyond the Mountains"|
|Six-Five Special||1958||music: "Ice Blue" uncredited, "Six-Five Jive"|
|Spectre||2015/I||arranger: "One Furtive Tear L'Elisir D'Amore" / performer: "One Furtive Tear L'Elisir D'Amore"|
|Waterloo Road||2013||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Moone Boy||2012||TV Series performer: "Tico's Tune" - uncredited|
|The Gruen Transfer||2009||TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode|
|So You Think You Can Dance||2005||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|The Efficiency Expert||1992||performer: "Deep In the Heart of Texas"|
|Family Fortunes||1982||TV Series||Himself|
|Max Bygraves Side by Side||1978-1982||TV Series||Himself - and His Orchestra|
|Looks Familiar||1981||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|Filmharmonic '80||1980||TV Movie||Himself - Conductor|
|This Is Your Life||1975||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Max Bygraves at the Royalty||1972||TV Series||Himself - and His Orchestra|
|Max||1969-1970||TV Series||Himself - and His Orchestra|
|Frost on Sunday||1970||TV Series||Himself|
|The Max Bygraves Hour||1970||TV Special||Himself - and His Orchestra|
|The Dream Maker||1963||Himself - Cameo appearance|
|Russ Conway||1960-1961||TV Series||Himself - and his Orchestra / Himself|
|Juke Box Jury||1960||TV Series||Himself - Panellist|
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