Orchestra leader and composer Sid Bass (1913-1993) worked for the Muzak background music service before signing with RCA Victor in the 1950s. He released several albums under his own name, including Sound and Fury, From Another World and With Bells On, mostly on the budget Vik and Camden labels.
In the 1960s Bass returned to Muzak, pumping out hundreds of elevator music versions of popular songs and also worked for the Carlton label, where he remained pretty much in the background except for a couple of 45s. One of them was Funny Bone (b/w The Giggling Girls of Greece), a slice of cutesy space age pop that has long since been forgotten and probably was similarly ignored in 1961 when it was released.
The few sides that Sid Bass recorded for Carlton have not surfaced in a digital format. The only one of his RCA recordings that made it to CD was From Another World (Vik, 1956), released on disc by RCA in 2000, but only in Spain. From Another World is also available almost everywhere as a download in several versions, all of which are likely sourced from vinyl.
Here's Stormy Weather from that album.