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Friday, September 9, 2011

Welcome To The World Of Pearle Rae

Country Style (Medley)
Welcome To The World Of Pearle Rae
Music Arranged And Conducted By Max Di Julo
Raemax 1002

Without Love, the first track on side is credited, words and music by Max Di Julio. From the back cover: Widely acclaimed composer, Max Di Julio, has composed music for films, television, orchestras and choirs; as well as for pop and jazz groups.

Apparently Rae was "Colorado's star-spangled Fourth of July girl"... That's all the back cover has to offer.

There are no online mentions of Rae or Julo that I could find.


  1. Still, I want my six minutes back.

  2. “ Max “as he was so affectionately known by so many, was a native of Philadelphia, and was playing trumpet professionally by his high school years. During W.W. II, he served with the military bands under the direction of Glenn Miller, and later settled in Denver where he served as the Director of The Fine Arts Department at Loretto Heights College for over thirty years. He also served as Music Director of the Denver Post Opera. Mr. DiJulio both composed and arranged expertly in a variety of settings, and conducted his pops concerts around the country including with the Denver Symphony Orchestra. His work was widely recognized and earned the plaudits of Henry Mancini, Alfred Reed and many other prominent musicians. In recent years he became a prominent patron of the arts as well, providing assistance to many area cultural organizations. He positively influenced many lives through his musical skills, his teaching, his wonderful sense of humor, and finally by his all encompassing humanity which embraced and benefited all that knew him. He will be sorely missed. His service will be held on Tuesday February 1, 10:00 A.M. at Notre Dame Church, 2188 S. Sheridan Blvd. with the interment following at Ft. Logan Cemetery.