Peitor Angell

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Peitor Angell is an American composer,[1] arranger, lyricist, and record producer.[2]

MUSIC[edit]

He produced an album for Thelma Houston entitled "A Woman's Touch" for Shout Records in 2007.[3] "What prompted (Thelma) Houston to return to the studio was a meeting with producer Peitor Angell."[4]

He also arranged and produced two Dance/Club Play hit singles for Charo: "Espana Cani" in 2008, and "Sexy, Sexy" in 2011.[5]

His songs with singer Pat Hodges "Love Revolution" (2003), "You Make Me Feel Good" (2001), and "Saving My Love" (2004) were all top twenty Billboard Dance/Club Play hits.[6]

He produced the Sweet Inspirations album "In The Right Place" in 2005, which featured the Billboard Dance/Club Play hit "Celebration",[7] and stars with them in the 2011 documentary "This Time".[8]

His first Billboard hit was with singer Nocera in 1987, on a song he wrote music and lyrics for "Let's Go".[9]

He produced MINDSCAPE Chill Out Series Volume 1-3.[10]

Angell also arranges and conducts for Monte Carlo & His Orchestra.[11]

FILM and TV[edit]

He composed scores for such films as Man of the Year and Lap Dancer in 1995, The Velocity of Gary in 1998, and Façade in 1999. He also wrote the song "Here In My Heart" for the 2004 film The Clearing, and composed all of the original music for All In: The Poker Movie (2009).[12]

His TV credits include "Hollywood and the News",[13] and "Miss USA".

Angell composed the original music for the following movies and shorts:

  • The Making of the Boys (Documentary) (2011)[14]
  • Telling of the Shoes (2014)[15]
  • Naked Dragon (2014)[16]
  • When Ocean Meets Sky (2003)[17]
  • Eating Out All You Can Eat (2009)[18]
  • Who is Bernard Tapie? (Documentary) (2001)[19]
  • It's My Party (1996)[20]
  • Speak (2016)[21]
  • Skin on Skin (2016)[22]
  • Taking The Plunge (1999)

Composed the Score for the film, Kiss Yesterday Goodbye[23] performed by Monte Carlo & His Orchestra. Composed the music for the web series, Child of the 70's[24]season 4 (2016).

THEATER[edit]

He composed the original music for the National Touring Show, I Love Lucy Live on Stage[25], which ran from 2012 to 2016.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Peitor Angell - About This Person - Movies & TV - NYTimes.com". Movies.nytimes.com. 2007-01-18. Retrieved 2012-03-14. 
  2. ^ "The Velocity of Gary (Peitor Angell)". Filmtracks. Retrieved 2012-03-14. 
  3. ^ "Thelma Houston - A Woman's Touch - Shout! Factory - CD". Musictap.net. 2007-08-14. Retrieved 2012-03-14. 
  4. ^ Rancilio, Alicia (2007-09-27). "Houston (Thelma, that is) - We've Got Contact". EDGE New England. Retrieved 2012-03-14. 
  5. ^ http://www.billboard.com/artist/299019/charo/chart?f=359
  6. ^ "Pat Hodges Album & Song Chart History". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2012-03-14. 
  7. ^ http://www.billboard.com/artist/419245/sweet-inspirations/chart
  8. ^ "This Time (2011)". Covering Media. Retrieved 2012-03-14. 
  9. ^ "Music Albums, Top 200 Albums & Music Album Charts". Billboard.com. 2012-03-10. Retrieved 2012-03-14. 
  10. ^ "PEITOR ANGELL | CD Baby Music Store". www.cdbaby.com. Retrieved 2017-03-20. 
  11. ^ "Monte Carlo & His Orchestra". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2017-03-20. 
  12. ^ {http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1446673/fullcredits#cast}
  13. ^ Horst, Carole (1997-01-06). "Hollywood and the News - Entertainment News, Film Reviews, Media". Variety. Retrieved 2012-03-14. 
  14. ^ Albee, Edward; Allen, Joe; Baney, Matt; Carter, David (2011-03-11), Making the Boys, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  15. ^ Chabert, Lacey; Dayne, Taylor; Caulfield, Emma; Warner, Julie (2014-02-01), Telling of the Shoes, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  16. ^ Pinto, Stefan; Lee, Rich; Herrick, Matthew Stephen; Lowery, Alex (2000-01-01), Naked Dragon, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  17. ^ Hartstein, Laura; Hartstein, Michael; Georgiou, Dino; Herbst, Bill (2003-09-12), When Ocean Meets Sky, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  18. ^ Kochan, Rebekah; Skelton, Daniel; Salvatore, Chris; Walker, Michael E. R. (2009-10-09), Eating Out: All You Can Eat, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  19. ^ Lelouch, Claude; Zenovich, Marina; Tapie, Bernard; Plante, Anne-Laure (2001-09-08), Who Is Bernard Tapie?, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  20. ^ Cho, Margaret; Davison, Bruce; Grant, Lee; Gummersall, Devon (1996-03-22), It's My Party, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  21. ^ Blakely, Susan; Norris, Brian R.; Wilson, Mary; Grinstead, Burt (2016-05-25), Speak, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  22. ^ Stacy, Brandon; Shellist, Lorelei; Hamilton, Martha; Kuchukova, Acelina (2016-07-29), Skin on Skin, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  23. ^ "The Hi-Fi Grooves of Peitor Angell & Monte Carlo & His Orchestra". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2017-03-20. 
  24. ^ Blair, Gregory; Caleb, Jeremiah; Campbell, Cris; Dreyden, Mike (2016-03-22), The Big Bang, retrieved 2017-03-20 
  25. ^ "Who's Who | I Love Lucy Live". www.ilovelucylive.com. Retrieved 2017-03-20. 

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