#203 WALTER MARKS, Composer

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SHOWS: Bajour, Golden Rainbow, Langston in Harlem

Walter Marks, one of the most popular songwriters of the 1960s, swings by Shetler Studios to discuss his incredible career which includes Bajour, Golden Rainbow, The Butler Did It, Langston in Harlem, and the songs he wrote for such folks as The Temptations, Steve & Eydie, Barbra Streisand, and so many more.

Walter pulls back the curtain on his career to discuss how Johnny Mercer became his mentor, what it was like to work with “Ochy” Hammerstein, and why “I’ve Gotta Be Me” should always go up!

Also, Walter shines the spotlight on Gene Kelly, Larry Gelbart, and Carol Haney.

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