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While his musical accomplishments may be difficult to overshadow, it is nearly impossible to ignore the immense body of work he produces and exhibits these days, particularly his massive bronze Spirit Totem sculptures displayed at Dante Park across from Manhattan's Lincoln Center in 2014, and currently installed on the steps of Chicago's Field Museum through August 2016.
For Alpert, who claims to have always lived in his right brain, his creativity has come full circle.
For me, revisiting the music of the TJB takes me back to a simpler time, where music made everyone feel happy and secure.
It also inspired me to pursue my own creative path years later.
Realizing early on that his favorite artists like Miles Davis, Chet Baker, Gerry Mulligan and Stan Getz gained early commercial success by finding their own musical style, Alpert set out to do the same.
Along with Clark Gum's The Teaberry Shuffle and ABC's The Dating Game Theme, Alpert's music easily found its way into my consciousness along with every other kid who he inspired to pick up a musical instrument.Within weeks, my video crew and I were en route to L. After all, how often does a chance arise to hang out with someone who shaped the course of popular music 50 years earlier?Herb and his wife, Lani Hall, greeted us without pomp and circumstance as we quickly realized that the Alpert's are simply warm and genuine people. In addition to Alpert's music studio (no longer housed in his makeshift garage) his home now includes his painting and sculpture studios, bursting with activity.Alpert's music, along with the other sounds of that generation created an important family bond; something missing these days.Everyone would gather around the television set to be entertained by the likes of the TJB on the Ed Sullivan Show, or make a beeline to the living room when a new LP was being played on the stereo console.