Paul Weston



Paul Weston

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Born
March 12, 1912 in Springfield
Died
September 20, 1996
Biography
Paul Weston (born Paul Wetstein, March 12, 1912 – September 20, 1996) was an American pianist, arranger, composer, and conductor who worked in music and television from the 1930s to the 1970s, pioneering mood music and becoming known as "the Father of Mood Music". His compositions include popular music songs such as "I Should Care", "Day by Day", and "Shrimp Boats". He also wrote classical pieces, including "Crescent City Suite" and religious music, authoring several hymns and masses. Born Paul Wetstein in Springfield, Massachusetts, Weston had a keen interest in music from an early age and learned to play the piano.

Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Dance Date

Dance Date

Paul Weston January 6, 2018

8 Tracks

Music for Dreaming 2

Music for Dreaming 2

Paul Weston September 1, 2015

12 Tracks

Golden Oldies

Golden Oldies

Paul Weston July 28, 2015

50 Tracks

Paul Weston - The Greatest Hits Collection

Paul Weston - The Greatest Hits Collection

Paul Weston April 17, 2015

37 Tracks

Hollywood

Hollywood

Paul Weston January 1, 2015

16 Tracks

Melodies for Moonlight

Melodies for Moonlight

Paul Weston January 1, 2015

9 Tracks

Music for Dreaming

Music for Dreaming

Paul Weston January 1, 2015

8 Tracks

Music for Romancing

Music for Romancing

Paul Weston January 1, 2015

12 Tracks

Just You Just Me

Just You Just Me

Paul Weston December 24, 2014

12 Tracks

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