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Paul Taubman


Veteran New York City organist who provided background music for some of the most popular quiz shows of the 1950s and early 1960s, including "Tic Tac Dough," "Dough-Re-Me." and "Concentration." He also served as the music director for "Twenty-One," the prime time quiz show whose demise over fixing was replayed in the 1995 Oscar winner, Quiz Show. Taubman also played on the long-running soap opera, "The Edge of Night."

Taubman owned a club overlooking Central Park called the Penthouse Club where he appeared nightly playing his organ and piano stylings. All four of his albums that were recorded at the club in the early 1960s. This is genuine lounge music.


Recordings

  • 40 All-Time Song Favorites, Columbia CL 1363
  • Paul Taubman At The Penthouse Organ With His Trio: Medleys For Dancing from Ten Hit Broadway Shows, Columbia CL 1468
  • Penthouse Paradise, Columbia CL 1800
  • Organ And Chimes For Christmas: 40 Hymns And Carols, Columbia CS 8875

Thanks to Dave Roemersberger for this information


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