In truth, each couple declared in advance which prize they wanted to win, and each episode featured four couples who had chosen the same prize.
Principal Members: Herb Alpert (born Herbert Alpert, March 31, 1935, Los Angeles, CA): trumpet, lead and backing vocals Tonni Kalash (born June 15, 1937, San Francisco, CA; died May 15, 2001, Los Angeles, CA): trumpet Bob Edmondson (born March 5, 1935, Los Angeles, CA): trombone John Pisano (born February 6, 1931, Staten Island, NY): guitar Lou Pagani: piano Pat Senatore (born August 19, 1935, Newark, NJ): bass Nick Ceroli (born December 22, 1939, Niles, OH; died August 11, 1985, Los Angeles, CA): drums Early years: The story of the Tijuana Brass is largely the story of Herb Alpert, the famed jazz-pop trumpeter who assembled them as his live and sometimes studio band.
(being very serious) And all I can say about this is …..“SURF’S UP BABY!! let’s hear from bachelor #2 Dustin- Well, I’m glad you asked this question Doleen. Bachelor #2 is Dustin ***** our businessman (Doleen shakes Dustin's hand too hard and hurts him).
” Laughs again, takes out his comb and starts combing his hair and/or rubbing his surfboard with a towel. Why just last week my boss wanted this same information. Let’s meet bachelor #3, Daniel ******, our surfing dude (As Doleen reaches his hand to shake at the last second Daniel wipes his hand across his head to fake her out-really playing the jerk). ) The skit ends as Doleen chases the cub scout around the chairs and finally the host and the boys blow the traditional kiss to the crowd as the "Dating Game" theme song plays in the background.
The question tonight folks…will Doleen pick bachelor #1, (Cole as the Cub Scout will rise and bow before the audience), bachelor #2 (Dustin as the businessman adjusts his glasses, straightens his tie and throws his shoulders back trying to look dignified), or bachelor #3 (Daniel acts too cool, brushes his hair back and gives the “hang loose” sign). Now Doleen ask your questions to our eligible bachelors. My first question to all of you is if I were stranded on a desert island, how would you save me? Doleen, if you were stranded on a desert island I would charter a plane to come pick you up- that is if I’m not in a meeting.
You see I’m a very important man and my schedule is usually booked.
This impression is probably due to modern viewers' Small Reference Pools, since the euphemism was very well-known in the 1970s it comes from a 1920s pop tune that was covered more than 300 times between 19.Having released "Bull" with the name "Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass," he set about finding musicians for his fictional band.His 1965 album Whipped Cream and Other Delights became a landmark in the adult contemporary field, defining the sound for the decade. In 1967, Herb actually sang again, performing Burt Bacharach's "This Guy's in Love With You" on a Tijuana Brass TV special.After seeing a mariachi band at a bullfight in nearby Tijuana, Mexico, he revamped the tune to match the style, and dubbed the result "The Lonely Bull." Alpert had already formed his own label, Carnival Records, with partner Jerry Moss, and had released a vocal solo single as Dore Alpert; he used this label, later renamed A&M, to release the new single.It was an instant hit, and both Alpert's career and the label's took off.