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but it was eventually hosted by Cilla Black, who already hosted the LWT series, Surprise Surprise.
By the early '60s he'd built his own home studio.
Success: Alpert's friend Sol Lake had written an instrumental entitled "Twinkle Star," which the trumpeter began to record in his studio, overdubbing his horn with very slight delay in order to create the illusion of a full brass section.
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Principal Members: Herb Alpert (born Herbert Alpert, March 31, 1935, Los Angeles, CA): trumpet, lead and backing vocals Tonni Kalash (born June 15, 1937, San Francisco, CA; died May 15, 2001, Los Angeles, CA): trumpet Bob Edmondson (born March 5, 1935, Los Angeles, CA): trombone John Pisano (born February 6, 1931, Staten Island, NY): guitar Lou Pagani: piano Pat Senatore (born August 19, 1935, Newark, NJ): bass Nick Ceroli (born December 22, 1939, Niles, OH; died August 11, 1985, Los Angeles, CA): drums Early years: The story of the Tijuana Brass is largely the story of Herb Alpert, the famed jazz-pop trumpeter who assembled them as his live and sometimes studio band.
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