Knowledge Identifier: +Herb_Alpert
Born in 1935.
Countries: United States (67%), California (9%), (9%)
Linked to: CBS, Fairfax High School, Singer Corporation, University of Southern California
While attending the University of Southern California in the 1950s, he was a member of the USC Trojan Marching Band for two years
After graduating from Fairfax High School in 1952, he joined the U.S. Army and frequently performed at military ceremonies
Lou Adler - In 1958, Alder cowrote and produced with Herb Alpert the song "River Rock" for Bob "Froggy" Landers and The Cough Drops on the Ensign label
Tommy LiPuma - In 1965, Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss hired him to be the first on staff producer for their A&M label
In 1967, the Tijuana Brass performed the title cut to the first movie version of "Casino Royale"
Alpert sang it to his first wife in a 1968 CBS Television special titled "Beat of the Brass"
Alpert disbanded the Tijuana Brass in 1969, released another album by the group in 1971
Billy Preston - After 1970's "Encouraging Words," Preston left Apple and signed with Herb Alpert's A&M Records
In 1973, with some of the original Tijuana Brass members and some new members, he formed a group called Herb Alpert and the T.J.B. This new version of the Brass released two albums in 1974 and 1975 and toured
Louis Johnson (bassist) - He was one of three bassists on Herb Alpert's 1979 album "Rise", which included its top-10, Grammy-winning disco/jazz title-track
In the 1980s Alpert created The Herb Alpert Foundation and the Alpert awards in the Arts with The California Institute of the Arts
Alpert reconvened a third version of the Brass in 1984 after being invited to perform for the Olympic Games athletes at the Los Angeles Summer Games
In 1987, Alpert branched out successfully to the R&B world with the hit album "Keep Your Eye On Me", teaming up with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis on "Diamonds" and "Making Love In the Rain" featuring vocals by Janet Jackson and Lisa Keith
Kurt Maloo - In 1987, Kurt Maloo and Felix Haug recorded their second and last album, "Dou3le", visualized best in the performance of the legendary Swiss mime group Mummenschanz in the award-winning music video for their song Devils Ball, featuring Herb Alpert on trumpet
In the spring of 2006, a remixed version of the "Whipped Cream" album, entitled "Whipped Cream and Other Delights: Re-Whipped" was released and climbed to No. 5 on the "Billboard" Contemporary Jazz chart
Jerry Moss - Moss and Herb Alpert were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006 as nonperformers
On Sérgio Mendes' 2008 album "Encanto", Alpert performed trumpet solos backing lead vocals by his wife on the song "Dreamer"
California Institute of the Arts - The Herb Alpert School of Music was accredited in 2009 to grant a Doctor of Musical Arts
Lani Hall - In the 2011 the album "I Feel You" was released, on which she performs alongside her husband Herb Alpert
His 2013 exhibition in exhibition Santa Monica, California comprehends abstract paintings and large totemlike sculptures
Alpert won a Grammy Award on January 26, 2014 for Best Pop Instrumental Album for his work on "Steppin' Out"
The first such reissues occurred in November 2015, when the Tijuana Brass' "Whipped Cream & Other Delights" and "Christmas Album" were reissued on the new label
His most recent release is "Human Nature", nominated for a 2017 Grammy Award, Best Pop Instrumental Album
As of 2019, the Alperts live on a 5,5 acres beachfront compound on the Pacific Coast Highway in West Malibu, which Herb Alpert acquired in the early 1970s