The following year, Mancini featured Wilson's improvisations on the RCA album "As Time Goes By." Following his collaborations with Mancini, Wilson went on to record his first solo album "There's a Small Hotel" in 1997. Working with producer Benedikt Brydern, the duo recorded a collection of popular music culled from the American songbook intermixed with continental favorites. Wilson was eventually signed by Swallowtail Records, a subdivision of Minneapolis’ Mill City Music, who released the debut. Wilson's relationship with the record company continued for nearly the next decade, with the release of seven more well-received albums, including: "The Romance of Paris" (1998) "Dreams of Hollywood Nights" (1999) "The Romance of Christmas" (1999) "Cafe Europa" (2000) "Easy To Love" (2002) "Romance After Hours" (2005) "Boulevard of Dreams" (2003, compilation) Wilson also continued to collaborate with producer Brydern throughout thoughout much of his recording career.
Brydern was involved with most Wilson's eight Swallowtail releases, as well as two additional albums released on Brydern's own label, ConSordino. The first release, "Elegancia" (2004), featured Wilson's interpretations of of romantic Latin favorites, while the second, and Wilson's most recent, "Nobody Does It Better" - Love Songs of Our Generation (2008), featured Wilson's takes on a number of familiar popular love songs. Wilson currently resides in Hollywood, California and continues to perform throughout Southern California. 2) David Milhouse Wilson is the frontman of 2000s grunge revival band Fermented Sloths, and is currently working on demos for future solo work and a new band, both likely concerning a power-punk sound. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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