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Dave Blume (1931–2006)


He was a composer and record producer who wrote the 1966 hit "Turn Down Day". It was originally conceived as a jazz tune, but was recorded by the pop group The Cyrkle. In the 1970s, he co-produced several albums featuring the early use of synthesizers and quadraphonic sound. He supplemented his income by working as a copy editor, and later, other ... See more trivia »

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 2008 Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis (TV Series) (arranger: "Theme From Taxi Driver")
 2003 Wonderland (arranger: "I Work the Whole City" (1976)) / (performer: "I Work the Whole City" (1976))
 1968 The Shakiest Gun in the West (lyrics: "The Shakiest Gun in the West") / (music: "The Shakiest Gun in the West")
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 1976 Taxi Driver (musical director - uncredited)
 1969 Angel in My Pocket (composer: song "The Girls of All Nations")
 1968 Windflowers (musical director)

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Ran a nightclub in Los Angeles called Cafe Danssa for over 30 years. See more »

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