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Alone
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performed by Bill Evans, 1929-1980 (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2002), 1 hour 15 mins
performed by Bill Evans, 1929-1980 (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2002), 1 hour 15 mins
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composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Bob Haggart, 1914-1998; performed by Ahmad Jamal, 1930-, Ahmad Jamal Trio; in At The Pershing-But Not For Me (GRP Records, 1988), 4 mins
composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Bob Haggart, 1914-1998; performed by Ahmad Jamal, 1930-, Ahmad Jamal Trio; in At The Pershing-But Not For Me (GRP Records, 1988), 4 mins
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composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Bob Haggart, 1914-1998; performed by John Coltrane, 1926-1967, Jimmy Garrison, 1934-1976, McCoy Tyner, 1938- and Elvin Jones, 1927-2004, The John Coltrane Quartet; in Ballads (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2002), 4 mins
composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Bob Haggart, 1914-1998; performed by John Coltrane, 1926-1967, Jimmy Garrison, 1934-1976, McCoy Tyner, 1938- and Elvin Jones, 1927-2004, The John Coltrane Quartet; in Ballads (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2002), 4 mins
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Polka Dots And Moonbeams
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composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Jimmy Heusen; performed by Bill Evans, 1929-1980; in The Best Of Bill Evans Live (Universal Classics & Jazz, 1997), 3 mins
composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Jimmy Heusen; performed by Bill Evans, 1929-1980; in The Best Of Bill Evans Live (Universal Classics & Jazz, 1997), 3 mins
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Like Someone In Love
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composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Jimmy Heusen; conducted by Gary McFarland, 1933-1971 and Russ Garcia; performed by Stan Getz, 1927-1991, João Gilberto, Charlie Byrd, 1925-1999 and Bill Evans, 1929-1980; in The Best Of Stan Getz 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2007), 6 mins
composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Jimmy Heusen; conducted by Gary McFarland, 1933-1971 and Russ Garcia; performed by Stan Getz, 1927-1991, João Gilberto, Charlie Byrd, 1925-1999 and Bill Evans, 1929-1980; in The Best Of Stan Getz 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2007), 6 mins
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Sunday Monday Or Always
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composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Jimmy Heusen; performed by Betty Carter, Onaje Allan Gumbs, 1949-, Louis Hayes, 1937-, Chip Lyle, fl. 1972, Danny Mixon and Buster Williams, 1942-; in The Betty Carter Album (Verve Records, 2004), 4 mins
composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Jimmy Heusen; performed by Betty Carter, Onaje Allan Gumbs, 1949-, Louis Hayes, 1937-, Chip Lyle, fl. 1972, Danny Mixon and Buster Williams, 1942-; in The Betty Carter Album (Verve Records, 2004), 4 mins
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Here's That Rainy Day
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composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Jimmy Heusen; performed by Wes Montgomery, 1923-1968, Margaret Ross, 1925-2305, George Ricci, 1921-2010, Roger Kellaway, 1939-, Grady Tate, 1932-, Hélcio Milito, 1931-2014 and Cándido de Guerra Camero, 1921-; in Bumpin' (Verve Records, 1997), 5 mins
Taking the listener on a smoother, rather than bumpier, ride down the moonlight highway of jazz is Wes Montgomery, a chief architect of the world's guitar virtuoso scene. Not only is his brilliant command of the six-string present here, so is the vivid color tones of notes and blue notes played between. Backed up...
composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Jimmy Heusen; performed by Wes Montgomery, 1923-1968, Margaret Ross, 1925-2305, George Ricci, 1921-2010, Roger Kellaway, 1939-, Grady Tate, 1932-, Hélcio Milito, 1931-2014 and Cándido de Guerra Camero, 1921-; in Bumpin' (Verve Records, 1997), 5 mins
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Oh You Crazy Moon
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composed by Jimmy Heusen and Johnny Burke, 1908-1964; performed by Wes Montgomery, 1923-1968, Jack Jennings, Herbie Hancock, 1940-, Al Casamenti, Bucky Pizzarelli, 1926-, Richard Davis, 1930-, Grady Tate, 1932- and Ray Barretto, 1929-2006; in California Dreaming (Universal Music, 1997), 4 mins
Wes Montgomery's last album for Verve (other than an exciting collaboration with Jimmy Smith) is a so-so orchestral date featuring arrangements by Don Sebesky. The material (which includes "Sunny" and "California Dreaming") is strictly pop fluff of the era and the great guitarist has little opportunity to do much...
composed by Jimmy Heusen and Johnny Burke, 1908-1964; performed by Wes Montgomery, 1923-1968, Jack Jennings, Herbie Hancock, 1940-, Al Casamenti, Bucky Pizzarelli, 1926-, Richard Davis, 1930-, Grady Tate, 1932- and Ray Barretto, 1929-2006; in California Dreaming (Universal Music, 1997), 4 mins
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composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Bob Haggart, 1914-1998; performed by John Coltrane, 1926-1967, McCoy Tyner, 1938-, Jimmy Garrison, 1934-1976, Elvin Jones, 1927-2004, Art Davis, 1934-1997 and Roy Haynes, 1925-, The John Coltrane Quartet; in The Classic Quartet-Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings (Universal Classics & Jazz, 1998), 4 mins
composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Bob Haggart, 1914-1998; performed by John Coltrane, 1926-1967, McCoy Tyner, 1938-, Jimmy Garrison, 1934-1976, Elvin Jones, 1927-2004, Art Davis, 1934-1997 and Roy Haynes, 1925-, The John Coltrane Quartet; in The Classic Quartet-Complete Impulse! Studio Recordings (Universal Classics & Jazz, 1998), 4 mins
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Pennies From Heaven
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composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Arthur Johnston, 1898-1954; performed by Buck Clayton, 1911-1991, Herschel Evans, 1909-1939, Jack Washington, Lester Young, 1909-1959, Bobby Moore, Benny Morton, 1907-1985, Harry Edison, 1915-1999, Count Basie, 1904-1984, Jimmy Rushing, 1901-1972, Ed Lewis, 1909-1985, Chu Berry, 1908-1941, Eddie Durham, 1906-1987, Helen Humes, 1913-1981, Claude "Fiddler" Williams, 1908-2004, Dicky Wells, 1907-1985 and Freddie Green, 1911-1987, The Count Basie Orchestra; in The Complete Decca Recordings (Universal Music, 1992), 3 mins
composed by Johnny Burke, 1908-1964 and Arthur Johnston, 1898-1954; performed by Buck Clayton, 1911-1991, Herschel Evans, 1909-1939, Jack Washington, Lester Young, 1909-1959, Bobby Moore, Benny Morton, 1907-1985, Harry Edison, 1915-1999, Count Basie, 1904-1984, Jimmy Rushing, 1901-1972, Ed Lewis, 1909-1985, Chu Berry, 1908-1941, Eddie Durham, 1906-1987, Helen Humes, 1913-1981, Claude "Fiddler" Williams, 1908-2004, Dicky Wells, 1907-1985 and Freddie Green, 1911-1987, The Count Basie Orchestra; in The Complete Decca Recordings (Universal Music, 1992), 3 mins
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