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It Might As Well Be Spring
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composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979; performed by André Previn, 1929-; in Alone (Warner Music, 2007), 4 mins
composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979; performed by André Previn, 1929-; in Alone (Warner Music, 2007), 4 mins
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My Favourite Things
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composed by Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979 and Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960; performed by John McLaughlin, 1942-, Joey DeFrancesco, 1971- and Elvin Jones, 1927-2004; in After The Rain (Verve Records, 1995), 6 mins
In the early '70s John McLaughlin was one-third of the supergroup Lifetime with drummer Tony Williams and organist Larry Young. This particular CD from 1994 matches him with drummer Elvin Jones and organist Joey DeFrancesco, but the music has little in common with Lifetime. Instead many of the tunes can be conside...
composed by Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979 and Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960; performed by John McLaughlin, 1942-, Joey DeFrancesco, 1971- and Elvin Jones, 1927-2004; in After The Rain (Verve Records, 1995), 6 mins
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Lover, Come Back To Me
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composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Sigmund Romberg, 1887-1951; performed by Roy Eldridge, 1911-1989, Sahib Shihab, 1925-1989, Ike Quebec, 1918-1963, Hal Singer, 1919-, Chu Berry, 1908-1941, Cecil Payne, 1922-, Yank Lawson, 1911-, Vic Dickenson, Wilbur DeParis, Will Bradley, 1912-1989, Buster Bailey, 1902-1967, Duke Jordan, 1922-2006, John Collins, 1913-2001, John Kirby, 1908-1952, Billy Taylor, 1921-2010, Rodney Richardson, 1917-2005, Harold West, 1915-1951 and Cozy Cole, 1909-1981; in After You've Gone (GRP Records, 1991), 3 mins
composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Sigmund Romberg, 1887-1951; performed by Roy Eldridge, 1911-1989, Sahib Shihab, 1925-1989, Ike Quebec, 1918-1963, Hal Singer, 1919-, Chu Berry, 1908-1941, Cecil Payne, 1922-, Yank Lawson, 1911-, Vic Dickenson, Wilbur DeParis, Will Bradley, 1912-1989, Buster Bailey, 1902-1967, Duke Jordan, 1922-2006, John Collins, 1913-2001, John Kirby, 1908-1952, Billy Taylor, 1921-2010, Rodney Richardson, 1917-2005, Harold West, 1915-1951 and Cozy Cole, 1909-1981; in After You've Gone (GRP Records, 1991), 3 mins
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Medley: All The Things You Are / Midnight Mood
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composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960, Joe Zawinul, 1932-2007, Jerome Kern, 1885-1945 and Ben Raleigh, 1913-1997; performed by Bill Evans, 1929-1980; in Alone (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2002), 4 mins
composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960, Joe Zawinul, 1932-2007, Jerome Kern, 1885-1945 and Ben Raleigh, 1913-1997; performed by Bill Evans, 1929-1980; in Alone (Universal Classics & Jazz, 2002), 4 mins
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Lover Come Back To Me
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composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Sigmund Romberg, 1887-1951; performed by Anita O'Day, 1919-2006; in Anita O'Day Collates (Verve Records, 2005), 2 mins
composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Sigmund Romberg, 1887-1951; performed by Anita O'Day, 1919-2006; in Anita O'Day Collates (Verve Records, 2005), 2 mins
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It Might As Well Be Spring
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composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979; conducted by Marty Paich, 1925-1995, Eumir Deodato, 1943- and Claus Ogerman, 1930-; performed by Astrud Gilberto, João Gilberto, Ray Alonge, Warren Bernhardt, 1938-, Ben Aronov, 1932-2015, Brooks Arthur, Bob Brookmeyer, 1929-2011, George Devens, Gil Evans, 1912-1988, Antonio Carlos Jobim, 1927-1994, Bernie Glow, Walter Wanderley, 1932-1986, José Marino, 1940-, Hélcio Milito, 1931-2014, Barry Galbraith, 1919-1983, Airto Moreira, 1941-, Joe Mondragon, 1920-1987 and Ron Carter, 1937-, Quincy Jones & His Orchestra, The Astrud Gilberto Group and James Last And His Orchestra; in Astrud Gilberto's Finest Hour (Verve Records, 2001), 4 mins
Like Nico, Astrud Gilberto's everywoman voiced has always had a polarizing effect on critics and fans alike. While her take on bossa nova is less than reverent and decidedly lightweight, the warmth and approachability she brings to each performance is stunning. Verve's lovingly compiled -- and blissfully affordabl...
composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979; conducted by Marty Paich, 1925-1995, Eumir Deodato, 1943- and Claus Ogerman, 1930-; performed by Astrud Gilberto, João Gilberto, Ray Alonge, Warren Bernhardt, 1938-, Ben Aronov, 1932-2015, Brooks Arthur, Bob Brookmeyer, 1929-2011, George Devens, Gil Evans, 1912-1988, Antonio Carlos Jobim, 1927-1994, Bernie Glow, Walter Wanderley, 1932-1986, José Marino, 1940-, Hélcio Milito, 1931-2014, Barry Galbraith, 1919-1983, Airto Moreira, 1941-, Joe Mondragon, 1920-1987 and Ron Carter, 1937-, Quincy Jones & His Orchestra, The Astrud Gilberto Group and James Last And His Orchestra; in Astrud Gilberto's Finest Hour (Verve Records, 2001), 4 mins
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Surrey With The Fringe On Top
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composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979; performed by Ahmad Jamal, 1930-, Ahmad Jamal Trio; in At The Pershing-But Not For Me (GRP Records, 1988), 3 mins
composed by Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960 and Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979; performed by Ahmad Jamal, 1930-, Ahmad Jamal Trio; in At The Pershing-But Not For Me (GRP Records, 1988), 3 mins
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The Song Is You
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composed by Jerome Kern, 1885-1945 and Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960; conducted by Buddy Bregman; performed by Bing Crosby, 1903-1977, Milt Bernhart, Pete Candoli, 1923-2008, Bob Cooper, 1925-1993, Harry Edison, 1915-1999, Maynard Ferguson, 1928-2006, Herb Geller, 1928-2013, Chuck Gentry, Conrad Gozzo, 1922-1964, Barney Kessel, 1923-2004, Ted Nash, 1960-, Frank Rosolino, 1926-1978, George Roberts, Paul Smith, 1906-1985, Alvin Stoller, 1925-1992 and Bud Shank, 1926-2009, Buddy Bregman Orchestra; in Bing Sings Whilst Bregman Swings (Verve Records, 2001), 4 mins
In early 1956, Bing Crosby ended the two long-term company affiliations that had defined his career for more than 20 years, leaving his exclusive associations with Paramount Pictures and Decca Records. Thereafter, he made movies and records on a freelance basis. The immediate results were more felicitous for his f...
composed by Jerome Kern, 1885-1945 and Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960; conducted by Buddy Bregman; performed by Bing Crosby, 1903-1977, Milt Bernhart, Pete Candoli, 1923-2008, Bob Cooper, 1925-1993, Harry Edison, 1915-1999, Maynard Ferguson, 1928-2006, Herb Geller, 1928-2013, Chuck Gentry, Conrad Gozzo, 1922-1964, Barney Kessel, 1923-2004, Ted Nash, 1960-, Frank Rosolino, 1926-1978, George Roberts, Paul Smith, 1906-1985, Alvin Stoller, 1925-1992 and Bud Shank, 1926-2009, Buddy Bregman Orchestra; in Bing Sings Whilst Bregman Swings (Verve Records, 2001), 4 mins
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Blossom Dearie
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performed by Blossom Dearie, 1926-2009, Herb Ellis, 1921-2010, Jo Jones, 1911-1985, Ray Brown, 1926-2002 and Joe James, fl. 1960 (Universal Classics & Jazz, 1991), 48 mins
Other than a pair of sessions for the French Barclay label during 1955-1956, this set (which has been reissued on CD) has pianist-vocalist Blossom Dearie's first recordings as a leader. Teamed up with bassist Ray Brown and drummer Jo Jones, Dearie is heard in her early prime. Although her voice has always been an...
performed by Blossom Dearie, 1926-2009, Herb Ellis, 1921-2010, Jo Jones, 1911-1985, Ray Brown, 1926-2002 and Joe James, fl. 1960 (Universal Classics & Jazz, 1991), 48 mins
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Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
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composed by Sigmund Romberg, 1887-1951 and Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960; performed by Ron Brooks, fl. 1965, Hilary James, fl. 1976, Bob Pozar, 1941- and Bob James, 1939-; in Bold Conceptions (Verve Records, 1998), 4 mins
From the first powerful kick of "A Moment's Notice," it's clear this is not the Bob James of the {#Taxi} TV theme, the fusion-flavored Fourplay group, or the smooth pop albums done with Earl Klugh and David Sanborn. This is the original Bob James -- his very first album, in fact, recorded at age 22 (and produced b...
composed by Sigmund Romberg, 1887-1951 and Oscar Hammerstein II, 1895-1960; performed by Ron Brooks, fl. 1965, Hilary James, fl. 1976, Bob Pozar, 1941- and Bob James, 1939-; in Bold Conceptions (Verve Records, 1998), 4 mins
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