Maker Neely Plumb’s credits are the platinum offering movie soundtracks from the Audio of Music (number 1 pop for 14 days), Bye Bye Birdie, THE NICE, the Bad as well as the Ugly, True Grit, as well as the 1968 Franco Zefferelli film Romeo and Juliet. His child is usually Eve Plumb of the traditional Television series The Brady Number. He created a RCA solitary, “How MIGHT IT BE,” and a 1974 Capitol solitary, “Like Doesn’t Treatment Who inside it” b/w “Gum Drop,” on series co-star Mike Lookinland. Plumb was an employee A&R maker at RCA Information for almost ten years from 1959. The arranger/conductor/clarinet participant also caused such diverse functions as Artie Shaw, the Limeliters, Jefferson Aircraft, Victor Youthful, Glenn Yarbrough, Ann-Margret, Juan Esquivel, and Ray Noble. He also created some pre-stardom edges around the Carpenters. Plumb organized the million-selling number 1 pop strike “Crimson People Eater” by Sheb Wooley. At age 88, Neely Plumb passed away of heart failing in Sherman Oaks, CA, on Oct 4, 2000.