Album: Mr. Rose (1967)
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  • "Mr. Rose" is the theme music from the Granada TV series Mr. Rose which lasted for three seasons between 1967 and 1968. Running to 2 minutes 24 seconds, the eponymous song was composed by Derek Hilton, who was Musical Director for Granada. Backed by "Summer Rain," it was released as a single performed by the jazz pianist Roy Budd with the Tony Hatch Orchestra. For some reason it was credited not to Hilton but to J. Snow. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England

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