Softcore Express – Peter Gunn
Eternal Sunday presents yet another killer electronic cover version by Softcore Express, this time the inmortal instrumental Peter Gunn. The piece was composed by the legendary Henry Mancini for the first original detectiver series for TV, Peter Gunn (1958), created by Blake Edwards (who also created the Pink Panther, which would also use music by Mancini). Along the years several versions of Peter Gunn were released. The original one, a guitar-based one by Duane Eddy, a very well known version by Emerson, Lake And Palmer, arranged as progressive rock in the 70s, and a nice electropop version by the Art Of Noise during the 80s, made using samplers and top technology of the time (this version won a Grammy award). Now, Softcore Express releases a version for the new generations, arranged in the usual synthpop/ synthwave style using analog synthesizers.
01 Peter Gunn
Written by Henry Mancini. Published by Universal Music Publishing. Produced, mixed and mastered by Emiliano Canal & Michael Etes at the Michael Etes Studio, Buenos Aires, Argentina.