The President (LP, Album, Mono, RE). Norgran Records. The President (LP, Album).
The President is an album by American keyboardist and composer Wayne Horvitz released in 1987 on the German Dossier label. All compositions by Wayne Horvitz except where indicated. Goes Round and Round" - 4:13. Please Take That Train From My Door" - 4:34. From Town to Towm" - 2:53. One Bright Day" - 4:08. Cadillac Ranch" - 4:08. Gravity Falls" - 3:39.
Let's Impeach the President" is a protest song written, produced and recorded by Neil Young. It is the seventh track on his 2006 studio album Living with War. It starts off with a trumpet playing the first six notes of "Taps", followed by a chorus singing about various reasons to impeach then-President of the United States George W. Bush. The song features sound clips from the president's speeches.
The President (aka Lester Swings Again) Contents.
item 2 Lester Young - The President Plays With The Oscar Peterson Trio VINYL LP 8105245 -Lester Young - The President Plays With The Oscar Peterson Trio VINYL LP 8105245. Double Booked 0602547105196 by Robert Glasper Vinyl Album.
Lester Young, nicknamed Pres by legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday was, in his time, the undisputed president of the tenor saxophone.
Young, aka "The President of Jazz," was born 100 years ago Thursday. He led a revolution on the tenor saxophone that influenced generations to follow, though he died in 1959. Young's Signature Style. Sweetness is what Young was all about. When he started to gain attention, the dominant style of the day was the aggressive, hard-driving saxophone of Coleman Hawkins. But Young played in the upper range of his tenor in a lyrical, relaxed style. He had marvelous sensitivity and taste," says Dan Morgenstern, who wrote the book Living in Jazz. Never played a tasteless note in his life.
Lester Young uDiscover artist page featuring curated audio playlist streams, videos, photos, social feeds, album tracks & original artist biography. Despite being taught by his father, Young avoided learning to read music, instead playing by ear, My father got me an alto out of the pawnshop and I just picked it up and started playing it, that’s the way that went. Frustrated, his father threw him out the family band for a while. According to Lester, I went away and learned how to read the music.
|A1||New Lester Leaps In|
|A2||She's Funny That Way|
|A3||Lester's Be-Bop Boogie|
|A4||You're Driving Me Crazy|
|A6||Lester Blows Again|
|B1||The Sheik Of Araby|
|B2||Something To Remember You By|
|B3||Tea For Two|
|B4||East Of The Sun|
|B5||After You've Gone|
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NotesAdvertised in "New Releases" on back of Jazz Journal magazine - July 1956 issue
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