Mort Garson, From Doris Day To Disco

This profile of Mort Garson, a featurette from the Doris Day movie Do Not Disturb, offers a rare interview with the late electronic music pioneer.

Garson (1924 – 2008) was a multi-talented Julliard-trained musician who found success as arranger, songwriter, composer and electronic musician.

His resume is far beyond eclectic, ranging from 60’s lounge music (Our Day Will Come, The Love Strings Of Mort Garson) to early electronica (Electronic Hair Pieces, Signs Of The Zodiac, Mother Earth’s Plantasia) to sexploitation (Z – Theme From Sensuous Lovers) and disco.

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