Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of George Gershwin.
Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of George Gershwin (LP, Comp). Riverside Records, Riverside Records.
The Modern Jazz Quartet Plays George Gershwin's Porgy and Bess is an album by American jazz group the Modern Jazz Quartet performing the score to George Gershwin's opera Porgy and Bess recorded in 1964-65 and released on the Atlantic label.
Play his incomparable music and discover for yourself the genius of this jazz legend. Song List: - Balcony Serenade (from Perfume Suite) - Creole Love Call - Chelsea Bridge - Dance Of The Floreadores (from The Nutcracker Suite) - A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing - Johnny Come Lately - Lotus Blossom Days - Love Came - Lush Life - Multi-Colored Blue - Paris Blues - Passion Flower - Peanut Brittle Brigade (from The Nutcracker Suite) - Something To Live For - Satin Doll - Take The 'A' Train - Your Love Has Faded. It's Easy To Play Duke Ellington aims to bring the music of this jazz genius to the beginner pianist. From record album liner notes to serious academic pieces, Martin Williams has been perceptively chronicling the development of jazz for over three decades.
Gershwin's compositions spanned both popular and classical genres, and his most popular melodies are widely known. July 11 September Broadway Theatre Original Song Greatest Songs Classical Music Various Artists Actors & Actresses Musicians. Summertime - George Gershwin, Doc Watson - How to play Ukulele Jazz/Blues Tutorial - YouTube.
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|A1||–Cannonball Adderley Quintet*||Soon
Bass – Sam JonesCornet – Nat AdderleyDrums – Louis HayesPiano – Bobby Timmons
|A2||–George Shearing||Love Walked In
Bass – Monk MontgomeryDrums – Walter PerkinsGuitar – Wes MontgomeryVibraphone [Vibraharp] – Buddy Montgomery
|A3||–Billy Taylor With Four Flutes||Lady Be Good
Bass – Tommy Williams Congas – Chino PozoDrums – Albert HeathFlute – Jerry Sanfino*, Herbie Mann, Jerome Richardson, Billy Slapin*Piano – Billy Taylor
Bass – Jimmy RowserDrums – Paul Gusman
|A5||–Charlie Byrd||How Long Has This Been Going On?
Bass – Keter BettsDrums – Bartell Knox
Bass – Oscar PettifordDrums – Art Blakey
|B2||–Harry Edison And Eddie Davis*||I've Got A Crush On You
Bass – Ike Isaacs Drums – Clarence JohnstonPiano – Hugh LawsonSaxophone [Tenor] – Eddie "Lockjaw" DavisTrumpet – Harry "Sweets" Edison*
|B3||–Bill Evans||My Man's Gone Now
Bass – Scott LaFaroDrums – Paul Motian
|B4||–Johnny Lytle||But Not For Me
Bass – Sam JonesDrums – Louis HayesPiano – Bobby TimmonsSaxophone [Tenor] – Johnny Griffin
- Producer – Bill Grauer
NotesBill Grauer Productions Inc. New York City.
Catalog number 93517 - upper left corner of front cover and spine, RM 3517 - upper right corner of the back cover page, RS 93517 - record labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Runout - Etched): RS-93517 A Ⓜ WW
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Runout - Etched): RS-93517B-3 Ⓜ WW
|RM 3517, RS 93517||Various||Great Jazz Artists Play Compositions Of George Gershwin (LP, Comp)||Riverside Records, Riverside Records||RM 3517, RS 93517||US||Unknown|