Richard Bona does not only play the e-bass in a harmonic and hypnotic way , but also his singing in the dialect of Douala is one of his famous brand-label. Together with the WDR Big [More]
This All American Award Concert was held at Carnegie Hall on Sunday evening, April 15, 1945 to celebrate the victory of Lionel Hampton´s orchestra in the “New Star” division of the Esquire magazine´s annual critics [More]
Boyd Albert Raeburn (October 27, 1913 – August 2, 1966) was an American jazz bandleader and bass saxophonist. His big band, which was active ca. 1944-1947 performed arrangements that were often quite avant-garde, like the [More]
Track listing: 00:00 Summertime (George Gershwin) 03:23 How Insensitive (Antônio Carlos Jobim) 07:00 My Funny Valentine (Richard Rogers, Lorenz Hart) 13:54 Time After Time (Cindy Lauper, Rob Hyman) 17:51 Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma) 21:45 Body [More]
Lucius Venable “Lucky” Millinder (August 8, 1910 – September 28, 1966) was an American rhythm-and-blues and swing bandleader. Although he could not read or write music, did not play an instrument and rarely sang, his [More]
Tracklist: A1 Portrait Of Jenie / Ruby 5:01 A2 Walkin’ My Baby Back Home / Breezin’ Along Withy The Breeze 3:49 A3 For All We Know 3:32 A4 Maybe You’ll Be There 4:41 B1 Blue [More]
“This album (along with Vol. 2) finds Mark Murphy performing a rather unusual tribute to Nat King Cole. He utilizes the instrumentation of the King Cole Trio (piano, guitar and bass) but sings duets with [More]
“Let’s Face The Music And Dance” (Irving Berlin). Diana Krall – vocals.
Featuring 20 classic love songs performed by Billie Holiday – The voice of jazz. Including the hits ‘I Must Have That Man’, ‘Georgia On My Mind’, and ‘All Of Me’…unmissable! Track listing: 1. Practice Makes [More]
“I Love Corny Music” (Don Raye and Gene de Paul). From the MGM musical, “Broadway Rhythm” (1944). Personnel: Charles Winninger – vocals Tommy Dorsey – vocals, trombone Tommy Dorsey Orchestra