4/4. Richard Carpenter profiles trumpeter, composer and producer Herb Alpert, who co-founded A&M Records and had huge success as frontman of the Tijuana Brass - on one particular occasion, as a solo singer (This Guy's in Love with You). This final edition looks at Alpert's 1979 comeback hit Rise, and his and Jerry Moss's 1989 sale of A&M Records, whose clients included the Carpenters, Carole King, Joan Armatrading, Squeeze, Quincy Jones , Janet Jackson, Supertramp and the Police. Plus a look at Alpert and Moss's post-A&M venture, Almo Sounds.
Producers Nick Low and Paul Welsh
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