In 1966, Herb Alpert sold over 13 million records and had five albums in Billboard's Top 20 on the album chart.
On April 2, 1966, four of those albums were in the Top 10.
Senator Thomas Kuchel of California made a statement on the floor of the Senate praising the Tijuana Brass for its contribution to "international understanding and [promoting] cordial relations with peoples around the globe." First extended European tour in September and October 1966. Concert dates and television were also planned for Sweden in November.
For the Brass's European tour, a promotional recording with excerpts of the group's hit songs was released in Belgium.
Both singles were produced by Alpert and Moss and printed at their expense.
Upon learning the label name Carnival was being used by another company, Alpert and Moss renamed their label A&M Records.
Adler and Alpert managed Jan and Dean, Dean Hawley, Dante and the Evergreens, the Untouchables.
In 1960, Alpert signed with RCA Records as vocalist Dore Alpert. Also released in July 1962 was Carnival 702 "Love Is Back in Style" by Charlie Robinson.
Ampex Stereo Tapes presented its Artistry in Sound Award to Herb Alpert for bringing a new dimension in sound to the music world, for his originality in concept and orchestration and for consistent quality in performance. Billboard's Top Easy Listening Singles 1967 included these Tijuana Brass recordings: Casino Royale at 9 and A Banda at 16.
In October, the Brass taped a show for French television called "Tilt Magazine." On October 1, 1966, the U. Commander in Berlin, Germany recognized Herb Alpert as A Guardian of Berlin's Freedome. Herb Alpert won Billboard's Music Man of the Year Award for 1966 and was also its Top LP Artist of 1966.
In early November the Tijuana Brass taped "Rendevous am Rhein" on Lake Constance then toured U. Billboard ranked Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass #6 on its Top Singles Artists of 1966.
Herb Alpert Part 2 Herb Alpert Artist Report Herb Alpert Photo Gallery Vibrato Jazz & Grill Herb Alpert Official Website In 1956, Herb Alpert began writing songs with Lou Adler.
Herb Alpert and Lou Adler were signed to an exclusive production agreement with Madison Records and in 1960 qwew running the label's West Coast office.