Every once in a while, you get something useful (in other words, listenable) out of the bins of those no-name CDS in the discount and department stores. Case in point is this 1985 release by an aggregation dubbed the Hollywood Studio Orchestra.
The CD is European in origin but beyond that there are no meaningful credits on either the CD or cassette version of this album. But it turns out to be a pretty decent big band recording, a real orchestra at that and not some electronic concoction.
As the title Broadway Memories would indicate, most are well-known standards from stage musicals, but there are also a couple of original tunes, one of which, Autumn Nights, you can listen to and download from the link below. The MP3 is taken from the cassette version of the album.
If you like what you hear, your best bet to score a copy of Broadway Memories is probably a thrift store or the bargain bin at a CD merchant. It's a frequent visitor to those locations. It also often turns up on eBay at a low price. But be warned: Not all albums (in fact, very few) billed as by the Hollywood Studio Orchestra are as good as this one. Many are truly wretched synth recordings that you'll end using as coasters.