Richard Harris, Peter Ustinov, Victor Borge & David Frost - London Weekend Television Presents: A Gala Evening Of Music And Wit album
Richard Harris, Peter Ustinov, Victor Borge (2) & David Frost. Richard Harris, Peter Ustinov, Victor Borge (2) & David Frost - London Weekend Television Presents: A Gala Evening Of Music And Wit (2xLP, Album, Promo).
Richard Harris, Peter Ustinov, Victor Borge (2) & David Frost.
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- Produced For – Weekend Music Production
- Recorded At – Queen Elizabeth Hall
- Made By – C.H. Rumble Ltd.
- Arranged By [Richard Harris] – Phil Coulter
- Brass – The Trumpets Of The Lifeguards
- Conductor – Harry Rabinowitz
- Design – Martin Lambe Nairne, Terry Griffiths
- Engineer [sound balance] – Vic Finch
- Engineer [tape editor] – Dave Taylor
- Orchestra – The London Symphony Orchestra
- Performer – Marilyn Malvey, Peter Ustinov, Victor Borge
- Presenter – David Frost
- Producer – John Blyton
- Production Manager [coordinator] – John Howard
- Vocals – Richard Harris
NotesA recording of an event broadcasted on ITV that marked the opening of LWT's South Bank Television Centre.
Hosted by David Frost, and starred Peter Ustinov, Richard Harris and Victor Borge.
Recorded at the Queen Elizabeth Hall on Tuesday 13th June 1972.
Features rare & unique live performances by Richard Harris of “MacArthur Park” & “Bridge over Troubled Waters” which are unavailable elsewhere.