This long-married couple separately made indelible marks on the pop landscape in the 1960s. Trumpeter Herb Alpert was leader of the phenomenally successful, mariachi-influenced Tijuana Brass, which repeatedly topped the charts with a series of brash instrumentals, eventually selling some 72 million albums. He was also the A in A&M Records, founded with Jerry Moss in 1962 and in its prime one of the most prominent independent labels. Lani Hall was the lead singer for Sergio Mendes & Brasil '66, providing the voice on such hits as "Mas Que Nada" and "Fool on the Hill." Each has issued solo albums in the intervening decades, but never a full-fledged collaboration... More >>>