I first posted a selection from this 1985 album by arranger-composer Don Sebesky a couple of weeks ago. Since the album is no longer available on CD and can't be had via a legal download, here's a second track. This time it's Claire's Song, composed by Russell Ferrante of the Yellowjackets. It's the lead song on their 1983 album Mirage A Trois.
As before, the MP3 is taken from a cassette copy of Moving Lines.
Don Sebesky's take on The Entertainer is just about the only version of the Scott Joplin warhorse (popularized by its use in the movie The Sting) I'd want to hear more than once. It was included in his 1975 album The Rape of El Morro. Here it is from YouTube, accompanied by a nonsensical series of images that include a cereal commercial cartoon, nuclear explosions and a cowboy on horseback dragging a Christmas tree through the snow. If there's a message here it escapes me.