If you are interested in details of Ray Conniff’s career, his recordings, his tours, shows, TV appearances etc., you will find “The Ray Conniff Encyclopedia” (formerly titled “The Collector’s Guide” interesting. The complete file consists of 245 pages. Many items added since August 2015, such as links to liner notes and videos, timings, composers etc. If you want links to open in new windows, push the Ctrl-button of your computer at the same time. The pdf-document is a “searchable” file. I.e., you may look for certain recordings, persons etc. by using the Ctrl+F function of your computer. Click on the cover scan on the right to open or download the document.
Its six parts are about the following eras in Ray Conniff’s career: 1) The Big Band Years with such bands as Bunny Berigan, Bob Crosby, Artie Shaw, and Cozy Cole (1933-1945)    2) The Big Band Years with such bands as Harry James, Clyde Hurley, Frank DeVol and Sonny Burke (1946-1954) 3) The Columbia Years: The Backings and New York Recordings (1955-1961) 4) The Columbia Years: The Hollywood Recordings (1962-1973) 5) The Columbia Years: The Hollywood Recordings (1974-1986) 6) The Recordings for CBS International, Abril Music, PolyGram etc. (1986-2002) / Extra: list of quadraphonic albums | Officially released videos (DVDs/VHS)
Please note: You can open and/or save the pdf-file of “The Ray Conniff Encyclopedia” (formerly titled “The Collector’s Guide to the Works of Ray Conniff”) (ca. 12 MB). Apart from the early stage of his career, when he was trombone player/arranger for quite a few big bands, it lists each recording Ray made from 1955 when he joined Columbia under his own name, many of his radio and TV appearances, concert tour dates and repertoire etc. It also includes a list of Ray Conniff’s Quad albums. The information compiled is based on e.g. artist contract cards, bill pads, (and most reliably) on Ray’s diaries, giving the ardent fans and collectors a detailed overview of his career. It is constantly being updated.  
THE RAY CONNIFF ENCYCLOPEDIA
's Wonderful! - Bap Ba Dat!
’S WONDERFUL! The Ray Conniff Page  
THE RAY CONNIFF ENCYCLOPEDIA
If you are interested in details of Ray Conniff’s career, his recordings, his tours, shows, TV appearances etc., you will find “The Ray Conniff Encyclopedia” (formerly titled “The Collector’s Guide” interesting. The complete file consists of 236 pages. Many items added since August 2015, such as links to liner notes and videos, timings, composers etc. If you want links to open in new windows, push the Ctrl-button of your computer at the same time. The pdf-document is a “searchable” file. I.e., you may look for certain recordings, persons etc. by using the Ctrl+F function of your computer. Click on the cover scan on the right to open or download the document.
Its six parts are about the following eras in Ray Conniff’s career: 1) The Big Band Years with such bands as Bunny Berigan, Bob Crosby, Artie Shaw, and Cozy Cole (1933-1945)    2) The Big Band Years with such bands as Harry James, Clyde Hurley, Frank DeVol and Sonny Burke (1946-1954) 3) The Columbia Years: The Backings and New York Recordings (1955- 1961) 4) The Columbia Years: The Hollywood Recordings (1962-1973) 5) The Columbia Years: The Hollywood Recordings (1974-1986) 6) The Recordings for CBS International, Abril Music, PolyGram etc. (1986-2002) / Extra: list of quadraphonic albums  NEW: Officially released videos (DVDs/VHS)
Please note: You can open and/or save the pdf-file of “The Ray Conniff Encyclopedia” (formerly titled “The Collector’s Guide to the Works of Ray Conniff”) (ca. 12 MB). Apart from the early stage of his career, when he was trombone player/arranger for quite a few big bands, it lists each recording Ray made from 1955 when he joined Columbia under his own name, many of his radio and TV appearances, concert tour dates and repertoire etc. It also includes a list of Ray Conniff’s Quad albums. The information compiled is based on e.g. artist contract cards, bill pads, (and most reliably) on Ray’s diaries, giving the ardent fans and collectors a detailed overview of his career. It is constantly being updated.  
's Wonderful! - Bap Ba Dat!
’S WONDERFUL! The Ray Conniff Page