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08-04-2010, 12:50 PM
I don't usually do requests, but here is another from Anita O'Day. Please leave atip in the jar... :)

'S Wonderful
Anita O'Day
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2rW_AqTrgs&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2rW_AqTrgs&feature=related)

08-07-2010, 11:03 PM
Save Your Love For Me

Nancy Wilson and Cannonball Adderley

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsJUDQNx9u8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsJUDQNx9u8)

08-09-2010, 11:31 PM

Modern Jazz Quartet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxmoeQqPJZI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxmoeQqPJZI)

08-11-2010, 04:37 AM

Stan Kenton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN9sp6ApX4o (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN9sp6ApX4o)

Originally the sixth movement of the Suite Andalucia (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Suite_Andalucia&action=edit&redlink=1) by Ernesto Lecuona (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ernesto_Lecuona), who also provided it with Spanish lyrics, the song "Malagueńa" has since become a popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music) jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz), marching band (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marching_band), and drum corps (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Drum_and_bugle_corps_(modern)) standard and has been provided with lyrics in several languages.

08-11-2010, 04:42 AM
Macarthur Park

Maynard Ferguson

Stan Kenton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cA0Iat3AdN8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cA0Iat3AdN8&feature=related)

"MacArthur Park" is a song written by Jimmy Webb (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Webb) that was originally composed as part of an intended cantata (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cantata). Although it was initially rejected by The Association (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Association_(band)),[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) Richard Harris (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Richard_Harris) was the first to record the song in 1968 that was subsequently covered (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cover_version) by numerous artists. Among the best known covers of the song are Donna Summer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Donna_Summer)'s disco arrangement from 1978 and Waylon Jennings' version recorded in 1969. Maynard Ferguson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maynard_Ferguson),[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) Stan Kenton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stan_Kenton),[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) and Woody Herman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Woody_Herman) all performed big-band jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) arrangements of the pop song.
There was some debate as to whether the name applies to the noted park of the same name (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/MacArthur_Park) off Wilshire Boulevard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wilshire_Boulevard) in Los Angeles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Los_Angeles), or to the less-known MacArthur Park in Little Rock, Arkansas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Little_Rock,_Arkansas). In a 2007 interview with The Los Angeles Times (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Los_Angeles_Times) Webb said the MacArthur Park in Los Angeles was a place where he and his girlfriend frequently met. In an interview with Terry Gross broadcast on NPR July 22, and recorded in 2004, Jimmy Webb said it was about the park in Los Angeles, and the park had been changed in the years since he wrote about it. [4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)

08-11-2010, 04:47 AM
written by Herbie Hancock

performed by Maynard Ferguson's Band
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SYDO3YE2AI&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9SYDO3YE2AI&feature=related)

08-11-2010, 01:17 PM
George's Dillemma

Clifford Brown

08-12-2010, 01:28 AM
favorite things - john coltrane

08-12-2010, 12:43 PM
My Favorite Things

John Coltrane, live video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I6xkVRWzCY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I6xkVRWzCY)

Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQoZJLy8utw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQoZJLy8utw)

"My Favorite Things" is a show tune (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Show_tune) from the 1959 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1959_in_music) Rodgers and Hammerstein (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rodgers_and_Hammerstein) musical (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Musical_theatre) The Sound of Music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Sound_of_Music).

The Sound of Music version

The song was first introduced by Mary Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mary_Martin) in the original Broadway (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadway_theater) production, and sung by Julie Andrews (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_Andrews) in the 1965 film adaptation. (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Sound_of_Music_(film))
In the musical the lyrics to the song are a reference to things Maria (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maria_von_Trapp) loves such as 'raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens'. These are the things she selects to fill her mind with when times are bad.
The original Broadway musical places this song in the Mother Abbess's office, just before she sends Maria (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maria_von_Trapp) to serve Captain von Trapp (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Georg_Ritter_von_Trapp)'s family as governess to his seven children. However, Ernest Lehman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ernest_Lehman), the screenwriter for the film adaptation, repositioned this song so that Maria would sing it with the children during the thunderstorm scene in her bedroom, replacing "The Lonely Goatherd (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Lonely_Goatherd)", which had originally been sung at this point. Many stage productions also make this change, shifting "The Lonely Goatherd" to another scene.
The wintertime imagery of some of the lyrics has made "My Favorite Things" a popular song during the Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas) season, and it often appears on holiday-themed albums and compilations, although in the show and movie it is sung during a summer thunderstorm.
The first section of the melody has the distinctive property of using only the notes 1, 2, and 5 (Do, Re, and Sol) of the scale. Rodgers then harmonized this same section of the melody differently in different stanzas, using a series of minor triads one time and major triads the next.
The song ends with a borrowed line of lyric and notes from Rodgers' earlier composition with Lorenz Hart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lorenz_Hart), "Glad to Be Unhappy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Glad_to_Be_Unhappy)," a standard about finding peace in the midst of unrequited love. Using the same two notes for the phrasing of "so sad" in the original song, Rodgers brings the gloom of my "Favorite Things" to a similar upbeat ending – "and then I don't feel so bad."
Other versions


The song was a hit in 1968 by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herb_Alpert_%26_The_Tijuana_Brass) on A&M 1001 (45rpm). The song has become a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard), and has been performed by artists as diverse as:

Alice Coltrane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alice_Coltrane)
Amanda Palmer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Amanda_Palmer)
Andre 3000 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andre_3000) of OutKast (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/OutKast)
Andy Summers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andy_Summers)
Andy Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andy_Williams)
Anita Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anita_Baker)
Barbra Streisand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Barbra_Streisand)
Béla Fleck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/B%C3%A9la_Fleck)
Big Brovaz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Big_Brovaz)
Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans)
Björk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bj%C3%B6rk)
Brian Setzer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Brian_Setzer)
Carmen Lundy
On 26 November 2007 the track was released by British child singer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Child_singer) Connie Talbot (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Connie_Talbot) (who was discovered on the British television talent show Britain's Got Talent (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Britain%27s_Got_Talent)), on her debut album, Over The Rainbow (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Over_the_Rainbow_(Connie_Talbot_album)#Original_track_listing). This album was re-released on the 16th June 2008 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Over_the_Rainbow_(Connie_Talbot_album)#Rerelease_track_listing) (with the Christmas tracks replaced).
Los Crema Paraiso
Dave Brubeck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Brubeck)
Dave Koz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Koz)
Diana Ross (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diana_Ross) on "A Motown Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Motown_Christmas)"
Eddie Fisher (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eddie_Fisher_(singer))
Elis Regina (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Elis_Regina) has recorded the song in her fist album "Viva a Brotolandia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Viva_a_Brotol%C3%A2ndia)" (1961) when she was 16 years-old. With lyrics in Portuguese, this version was written by Fernando Cesar with arrangement by Severino Filho.
The Derek Trucks Band (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Derek_Trucks_Band)
Family Force 5 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Family_Force_5)
Grant Green (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grant_Green)
Georgia Brown (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Georgia_Brown)[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
Hiromi Uehara (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hiromi_Uehara)
John Coltrane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Coltrane) (My Favorite Things (album) (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Favorite_Things_(album)))
Kenny Burrell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Burrell)
Kenny Rogers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Rogers)
Kimiko Itoh (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kimiko_Itoh)
La 33 (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=La_33&action=edit&redlink=1)
The Lennon Sisters (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Lennon_Sisters)
Lea Michele (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lea_Michele)
Lorrie Morgan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lorrie_Morgan)
Luther Vandross (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Luther_Vandross)
Mark Murphy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mark_Murphy)
Me First And The Gimme Gimmes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Me_First_And_The_Gimme_Gimmes)
The New Swing Sextet (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=The_New_Swing_Sextet&action=edit&redlink=1)
Pomplamoose (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pomplamoose)
Rod Stewart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rod_Stewart)
Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan)
Stanley Jordan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stanley_Jordan)
Stringmansassy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stringmansassy)
Substantial (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Substantial_(rapper))
Saigon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Saigon)
Sun Ra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sun_Ra)
Tartan Specials (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Tartan_Specials&action=edit&redlink=1)
The Supremes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Supremes)
Tanya Tucker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tanya_Tucker)
Tennessee Ernie Ford (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tennessee_Ernie_Ford)
Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett)
Tony Rice (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Rice)
Tori Amos (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tori_Amos)
Trisha Yearwood (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Trisha_Yearwood)
Vanessa-Mae (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vanessa-Mae)
We Five (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/We_Five)
2Pac (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/2Pac)
Coltrane's album of the same name (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Favorite_Things_(album)) has been a landmark in the history of jazz for numerous reasons, not least for the rediscovery of soprano sax. One of the best vocal version is performed by Al Jarreau in his first album "1965".
The song was mixed by audio-trickster (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Culture_jamming) collective Negativland (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Negativland) on their album No Business (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/No_Business), which was released in 2005 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/2005_in_music).
The Lennon Sisters (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Lennon_Sisters)' version of this song appeared in Terry Gilliam (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Terry_Gilliam)'s 1998 film adaptation (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fear_and_Loathing_in_Las_Vegas_(film)) of Hunter S. Thompson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hunter_S._Thompson)'s gonzo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gonzo_journalism) novel Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fear_and_Loathing_in_Las_Vegas). The song is played during the beginning, juxtaposed with various images from the 1960s.
"My Favorite Things" is also said to have been Michael Jackson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Michael_Jackson)'s favorite song of all time, alongside Charlie Chaplin's "Smile".
The song was parodied on The Chaser's War on Everything (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Chaser%27s_War_on_Everything) as "My Least Favorite Things".
The song was also parodied in the bridge of the Panic! at the Disco (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Panic!_at_the_Disco) song, "Build God, Then We'll Talk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Build_God,_Then_We%27ll_Talk)". The nature of the song as a list of objects lends itself to easy parodies with alternate objects, as was done by Doonesbury (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doonesbury), Garfield (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Garfield), and many others.
The version of this song performed by Björk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bj%C3%B6rk) (also played the leading role) has been used in Lars von Trier (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lars_von_Trier)'s film Dancer in the Dark (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dancer_in_the_Dark) (2000).
The version sung by Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett) was used in the HBO mini-series From the Earth to the Moon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/From_the_Earth_to_the_Moon) in episode 4, "1968"
It has also been used recently in Cake (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cake_(advert)), a 2007 advertisement for the Skoda Fabia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Skoda_Fabia). The same year, it was used in an advertisement for the MasterCard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/MasterCard) credit card. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the song was used in commercials for Mitsubishi (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mitsubishi) cars.
A filk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Filk_music) version of the song with lyrics revolving around old age, first seen on the Usenet newsgroup alt.idiots in June 2001, has become attached to an urban legend (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Urban_legend) claiming that it was sung by Julie Andrews (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_Andrews) herself at a benefit concert for AARP (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/AARP).[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)
Lil Wayne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lil_Wayne) and Juelz Santana (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Juelz_Santana) used the sample tune and different lyrics set to the tune in a song, "Favorite Things", on their Blow: The 'I Can't Feel My Face (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/I_Can%27t_Feel_My_Face)' Prequel album.
The song was included in the version of the complete musical The Sound of Music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Sound_of_Music) as performed at Dingwalls, London by Repetition and the Repetitions in 1980, comprising Nag and Bendle (from The Door and The Window) and Giblet (from the 49 Americans). The album was subsequently released on cassette.
The song is parodied in Billy Crystal's farewell song to comedian Jay Leno on Jay's second-to-last night as host of the Tonight Show (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tonight_Show). Crystal changes most of the lyrics into various car models.

08-17-2010, 04:17 AM
The Jersey Bounce

Earl "Fatha" Hines Orchestra, 1941
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3nQFh_iyvc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3nQFh_iyvc)

08-17-2010, 04:24 AM
Things Ain't What They Used To Be

Duke Ellington Orchestra featuring Johnny Hodges
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA_JxaA1ddA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZA_JxaA1ddA)

08-17-2010, 04:29 AM

Gerry Mulligan and Johnny Hodges
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4F0U2Y350Y&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4F0U2Y350Y&feature=related)

08-19-2010, 01:02 PM
Stolen Moments
written by Oliver Nelson

Eric Dolphy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NfFWebvjSM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NfFWebvjSM)

08-24-2010, 12:07 AM
Well You Needn't
Thelonious Monk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQaM-SqDqSY&feature=search (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IQaM-SqDqSY&feature=search)

08-28-2010, 04:14 AM
music written by Eroll Garner

Sarah Vaughan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgM10mU9MX4&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgM10mU9MX4&feature=related)

08-28-2010, 02:09 PM
music written by Eroll Garner

Sarah Vaughan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgM10mU9MX4&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgM10mU9MX4&feature=related)

The Divine Sarah! Good one, Whitey!

08-31-2010, 04:02 AM
The Divine Sarah! Good one, Whitey!

I think the first time I personally heard this song was when I watched Clint Eastwood's movie "Play Misty For Me". :)

08-31-2010, 04:05 AM
My Groove, Your Move

Hank Mobley

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou14RVXuquA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ou14RVXuquA)

09-01-2010, 04:33 AM
Sweet Sue

Barney Kessel, et al
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJppllT5MyE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJppllT5MyE)

09-06-2010, 04:59 PM
Watcha Say

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taPRYI-DzE4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taPRYI-DzE4)

Dorothy Dandride with Louis Armstrong

some jazz from 1944...

09-07-2010, 12:55 PM
Moonlight In Vermont

Willie Nelson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M52UCChnME&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6M52UCChnME&feature=related)

What's Willie doing in here? Well, the song is considered a jazz standard... ;)

09-17-2010, 05:21 AM
Autumn Leaves

performed by Chet Baker and Paul Desmond
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gsz3mrnIBd0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gsz3mrnIBd0)

09-20-2010, 01:14 AM
Autumn Leaves

Miles Davis with Cannonball Adderley, et. al.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPHtQn1t1n4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPHtQn1t1n4)

09-22-2010, 05:09 AM
Vocal standard but...

One More For My Baby (and one more for the road)

Old Blue Eyes

09-29-2010, 05:21 AM
Luck Be A Lady
Frank Sinatra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=si_gaMUumKY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=si_gaMUumKY)

10-30-2010, 06:09 AM

Louis Armstrong

10-30-2010, 06:11 AM
Ding Dong the Witch Is Dead

Ella Fitzgerald

10-30-2010, 06:14 AM

Frank Sinatra


10-30-2010, 06:17 AM
That Old Black Magic
Sammy Davis Jr

10-30-2010, 04:26 PM
Gloomy Sunday

Artie Shaw and Orchestra

Billie Holiday

"Gloomy Sunday" is a song composed by Hungarian (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hungary) pianist and composer Rezső Seress (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rezs%C5%91_Seress) in 1933 to a Hungarian poem written by László Jávor (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/L%C3%A1szl%C3%B3_J%C3%A1vor) (original Hungarian title of both song and poem "Szomorú vasárnap" (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈsomoruː ˈvɒʃaːrnɒp] (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:IPA_for_Hungarian)), in which the singer reflects on the horrors of modern culture.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
Though recorded and performed by many singers, "Gloomy Sunday" is closely associated with Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday), who scored a hit version of the song in 1941. Owing to unsubstantiated urban legends (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Urban_legend) about its inspiring hundreds of suicides, "Gloomy Sunday" was dubbed the "Hungarian suicide song" in the United States. Seress did commit suicide in 1968, but most other rumors of the song being banned from radio, or sparking suicides, are unsubstantiated, and were partly propagated as a deliberate marketing campaign.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) Possibly due to the context of the Second World War, though, Billie Holiday's version was banned by the BBC (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/BBC).[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-The_music_the_BBC_banned-2)

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1 Urban legends (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Urban_legends)
2 Performers (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Performers)

2.1 Recorded versions (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Recorded_versions)
2.2 Other (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Other)

3 In popular culture (http://forum.xnxx.com/#In_popular_culture)
4 See also (http://forum.xnxx.com/#See_also)
5 References (http://forum.xnxx.com/#References)
6 External links (http://forum.xnxx.com/#External_links)
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Gloomy_Sunday&action=edit&section=1)] Urban legends

Szomorú Vasárnap

Szomorú vasárnap száz fehér virággal
Vártalak kedvesem templomi imával
Álmokat kergető vasárnap délelőtt
Bánatom hintaja nélküled visszajött
Azóta szomorú mindig a vasárnap
Könny csak az italom kenyerem a bánat...

Szomorú vasárnap

Utolsó vasárnap kedvesem gyere el
Pap is lesz, koporsó, ravatal, gyászlepel
Akkor is virág vár, virág és - koporsó
Virágos fák alatt utam az utolsó
Nyitva lesz szemem hogy még egyszer lássalak
Ne félj a szememtől holtan is áldalak...

Utolsó vasárnap

— László Jávor original Hungarian version

There have been several urban legends (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Urban_legend) regarding the song over the years, mostly involving it being allegedly connected with various numbers of suicides, and radio networks reacting by purportedly banning the song. However, most of these claims are unsubstantiated.[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)
In January 1968, Rezső Seress, the original composer, committed suicide in Budapest; he survived jumping out of a window, but later in the hospital choked himself to death with a wire. His obituary in the New York Times mentions the song's notorious reputation :
“Budapest, January 13. Rezsoe Seres, whose dirge-like song hit, "Gloomy Sunday" was blamed for touching off a wave of suicides during the nineteen-thirties, has ended his own life as a suicide it was learned today. Authorities disclosed today that Mr. Seres jumped from a window of his small apartment here last Sunday, shortly after his 69th birthday.
The decade of the nineteen-thirties was marked by severe economic depression and the political upheaval that was to lead to World War II. The melancholy song written by Mr. Seres, with words by his friend, Ladislas Javor, a poet, declares at its climax, "My heart and I have decided to end it all." It was blamed for a sharp increase in suicides, and Hungarian officials finally prohibited it. In America, where Paul Robeson introduced an English version, some radio stations and nightclubs forbade its performance.
Mr. Seres complained that the success of "Gloomy Sunday" actually increased his unhappiness, because he knew he would never be able to write a second hit.

—The New York Times, January 14, 1968, [5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4)

Gloomy Sunday

Gloomy Sunday with a hundred white flowers
I was waiting for you my dearest with a prayer
A Sunday morning, chasing after my dreams
The carriage of my sorrow returned to me without you
It is since then that my Sundays have been forever sad
Tears my only drink, the sorrow my bread...

Gloomy Sunday

This last Sunday, my darling please come to me
There'll be a priest, a coffin, a catafalque and a winding-sheet
There'll be flowers for you, flowers and a coffin
Under the blossoming trees it will be my last journey
My eyes will be open, so that I could see you for a last time
Don't be afraid of my eyes, I'm blessing you even in my death...

The last Sunday

literal English translation

In 1997 Billy Mackenzie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billy_Mackenzie), vocalist with Scottish (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Scotland) band The Associates (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Associates) (who recorded a cover of Holiday's version in 1982), committed suicide near his father's home in Dundee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dundee).
The codifying of the urban legend appears in an article attributed to "D.P. MacDonald" and titled "Overture to Death", the text of which has been reproduced and disseminated countless times online. According to the website of Phespirit (http://www.phespirit.info/gloomysunday/article_01.htm) the article was originally published by the 'Justin and Angi' site to augment their now defunct "Gloomy Sunday Radio Show". Their introduction to the article reads:
“This message was forwarded to us by a visitor to our web site. There is some good historical information on the song intermixed with some information of more dubious repute. The accounts begin to take on the feel of a satiric e-mail chain letter after a while, but then, sometimes truth is indeed stranger than fiction. The story does read a little bit like the script of a segment from Strange Universe! So take this with a grain of salt ..... The text was [supposedly] quoted from the Cincinnati (sic) Journal of C…”
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Gloomy_Sunday&action=edit&section=2)] Performers

[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Gloomy_Sunday&action=edit&section=3)] Recorded versions

There are two English-language versions of the lyrics. The first, by Desmond Carter, was used in the 1935 Paul Robeson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paul_Robeson) recording and a few others. Most English-language recordings have used the Sam Lewis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sam_M._Lewis) lyrics made famous in Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday)'s 1941 recording. That recording added a third verse, not in the original Hungarian song, indicating that the singer was only dreaming about her lover's death. See links below for the lyrics.

Artists who have recorded or reinterpreted the song include:

1935 (1935) – (UK): Paul Robeson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paul_Robeson) (released in the US in 1936; Desmond Carter lyrics)
1935 (1935) – Pyotr Leschenko (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pyotr_Leschenko) (in Russian, under title "Мрачное воскресенье" ["Mrachnoe voskresen'e"])
1936 (1936) – Damia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marie-Louise_Damien) (in French, under the title "Sombre Dimanche", recorded on February 28, lyrics by Jean Marčze and François-Eugčne Gonda, music by Rezso Seress)
1936 (1936) – Hal Kemp (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hal_Kemp)
1936 (1936) – Paul Whiteman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paul_Whiteman)
1936 (1936) – Spree-Revellers (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Spree-Revellers&action=edit&redlink=1) (in German, as "Einsamer Sonntag"; Polydor 2293A)
1936 (1936) – Noriko Awaya (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Noriko_Awaya) (in Japanese, as "Kurai Nichiyobi")
1936 (1936) – Taro Shoji (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Taro_Shoji) (in Japanese, as "Kurai Nichiyobi")
1937 (1937) – Mercedes Simone (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mercedes_Simone&action=edit&redlink=1) (in Spanish, as "Triste Domingo" [recorded in Buenos Aires])
1940 (1940) – Artie Shaw (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Artie_Shaw) featuring Pauline Byrne (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Pauline_Byrne&action=edit&redlink=1) on vocals
1941 (1941) – Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday)
1941 (1941) – Mimi Thoma (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mimi_Thoma&action=edit&redlink=1) (in German, as "Einsamer Sonntag"; Polydor 47563)
1954 (1954) – Laszlo Von Weimerth (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Laszlo_Von_Weimerth&action=edit&redlink=1)
1957 (1957) – Josh White (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Josh_White)
1958 (1958) – Mel Tormé (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mel_Torm%C3%A9)
1958 (1958) – Ricky Nelson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ricky_Nelson) (released posthumously)
1959 (1959) – Eila Pellinen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eila_Pellinen) (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
1959 (1959) – Mickey Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mickey_Baker)
1959 (1959) – Orkesteri (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Orkesteri&action=edit&redlink=1)
1961 (1961) – Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan)
1961 (1961) – Inger Qvick (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Inger_Qvick&action=edit&redlink=1) (in Swedish as "Sista Söndag")
1962 (1962) – Lou Rawls (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lou_Rawls)
1967 (1967) – Carmen McRae (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carmen_McRae)
1968 (1968) – Genesis (U.S. band unrelated to the well-known British band)
1968 (1968) – Anna Black (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Anna_Black&action=edit&redlink=1) (on Meet Anna Black, Epic)
1969 (1969) – Ray Charles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Charles)
1972 (1972) – Viktor Klimenko (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Viktor_Klimenko) (in Russian as "Ona pred ikonoi")
1972 (1972) – Kai Hyttinen (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Kai_Hyttinen&action=edit&redlink=1) (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
1972 (1972) – Kuoro (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Kuoro&action=edit&redlink=1) (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
1977 (1977) – Fredi (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fredi_(singer)) (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
1978 (1978) – Erik Cronwall (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Erik_Cronwall&action=edit&redlink=1)
1979 (1979) – Lydia Lunch (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lydia_Lunch) (Queen of Siam (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Queen_of_Siam))
1981 (1981) – Elvis Costello & the Attractions (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Elvis_Costello) (Trust (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Trust_(Elvis_Costello_album)))
1982 (1982) – Associates (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Associates) (Sulk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sulk_(album)))
1983 (1983) – Marc and the Mambas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marc_and_the_Mambas)
1983 (1983) – Swans Way (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Swans_Way_(band))
1983 (1983) – Jacques Calonne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jacques_Calonne) (Ténor Mondain (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=T%C3%A9nor_Mondain&action=edit&redlink=1)) (in French, under the title "Sombre Dimanche", lyrics credited to László Jávor, but probably the ones by Jean Marčze and François-Eugčne Gonda)
1984 (1984) – Peter Wolf (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peter_Wolf) (Lights Out (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lights_Out_(Peter_Wolf_album)))
1985 (1985) – Harri Marstio (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
1986 (1986) – Christian Death (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christian_Death)
1988 (1988) – Serge Gainsbourg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Serge_Gainsbourg) (Le Zénith de Gainsbourg (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Le_Z%C3%A9nith_de_Gainsbourg&action=edit&redlink=1)) (in French (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/French_language))
1991 (1991) – Vlado Kreslin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vlado_Kreslin) (Bela nedelja, in Slovene (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Slovene_language))
1991 (1991) – The Singing Loins (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=The_Singing_Loins&action=edit&redlink=1) (Songs For The Organ (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Songs_For_The_Organ&action=edit&redlink=1))
1992 (1992) – Diamanda Galás (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diamanda_Gal%C3%A1s) (The Singer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Singer_(album))) (Desmond Carter lyrics)
1992 (1992) – Sinéad O'Connor (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sin%C3%A9ad_O%27Connor) (Am I Not Your Girl? (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Am_I_Not_Your_Girl%3F))
1994 (1994) – Anton LaVey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anton_LaVey) (Strange Music, 10" EP (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Extended_play)) featuring Blanche Barton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blanche_Barton) on vocals
1995 (1995) – Gitane Demone (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gitane_Demone)
1996 (1996) – Sarah McLachlan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_McLachlan) (Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rarities,_B-Sides_and_Other_Stuff))
1996 (1996) – Mystic (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mystic_(musician)&action=edit&redlink=1) (The Funeral (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Funeral_(1996_movie)) soundtrack)
1998 (1998) – Marianne Faithfull (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marianne_Faithfull)
1998 (1998) – Satan's Sadists (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Satan%27s_Sadists) (On the compilation Their Sympathetic Majesties Request (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Their_Sympathetic_Majesties_Request&action=edit&redlink=1))
1999 (1999) – The Smithereens (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Smithereens) (God Save the Smithereens (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/God_Save_the_Smithereens))
1999 (1999) – Amigos Band (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Amigos_Band&action=edit&redlink=1) (Recorded a Nepalese Version Gloomy Sunday by Nepalese Pop Band. Recorded for their second album Titled "Gloomy Sunday",Song #Number 9")
1999 (1999) – Björk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bj%C3%B6rk)
1999 (1999) – Leena Calas (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Leena_Calas&action=edit&redlink=1) (in Finnish as "Surullinen sunnuntai")
2000 (2000) – Kronos Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kronos_Quartet)
2000 (2000) – Sarah Brightman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Brightman)
2001 (2001) – Iva Bittová (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Iva_Bittov%C3%A1) (The Man Who Cried (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Man_Who_Cried))
2001 (2001) – Heather Nova (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Heather_Nova) (South (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/South_(album)))
2002 (2002) – Rob Coffinshaker (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Rob_Coffinshaker&action=edit&redlink=1) (Live at the Cemetery (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Live_at_the_Cemetery&action=edit&redlink=1), 7" EP)
2003 (2003) – Edvin Marton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Edvin_Marton)
2003 (2003) – Hot Jazz Band (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Hot_Jazz_Band&action=edit&redlink=1)
2003 (2003) – Priscilla Chan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Priscilla_Chan) (with changed lyrics, pop, Cantonese, titled "Gloomy Sunday")
2004 (2004) – Branford Marsalis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Branford_Marsalis) (Eternal)
2005 (2005) – Yellow Spots (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Yellow_Spots&action=edit&redlink=1) (Psychobilly)
2005 (2005) – Eminemmylou (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Eminemmylou&action=edit&redlink=1) featuring Legs MC (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Legs_MC&action=edit&redlink=1) (raps added, turned into anti-suicide anthem)
2005 (2005) – Venetian Snares (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Venetian_Snares) under the Hungarian title "Öngyilkos vasárnap" (literally meaning 'Suicidal Sunday'), which incorporates a sample of Billie Holiday's 1941 rendition.
2006 (2006) – Emilie Autumn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Emilie_Autumn)
2006 (2006) – Tsukimono (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Tsukimono&action=edit&redlink=1) (on Famousfor15mb.com (http://www.nativos.org/ff15mb/tsukimono*****))
2006 (2006) – Claire Diterzi (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Claire_Diterzi&action=edit&redlink=1) (in French as "Sombre Dimanche" in her album 'Boucle' released in 2006
2006 (2006) – Angéla Póka (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Ang%C3%A9la_P%C3%B3ka&action=edit&redlink=1) (live) (performing Szomorú Vasárnap live during Megasztár (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Megaszt%C3%A1r))
2006 (2006) – Red Sky Mourning (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Red_Sky_Mourning&action=edit&redlink=1)
2006 (2006) – Lucía Jiménez (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Luc%C3%ADa_Jim%C3%A9nez) (for the movie the Kovak Box (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Kovak_Box) inspired by the song)
2006 (2006) – Zaorany kytky (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Zaorany_kytky&action=edit&redlink=1) [1] (http://www.zaoranykytky.wz.cz)(band from Czech republic)
2007 (2007) – Candie Payne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Candie_Payne)
2007 (2007) – Sibylle Milde (in German, as "Einsamer Sonntag")
2007 (2007) – The Unbending Trees (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Unbending_Trees) (live)
2008 (2008) – Ghoul (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ghoul) Recorded with altered lyrics for a split 7" record
2008 (2008) – Ivana Wong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ivana_Wong)
2008 (2008) – The Unbending Trees (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Unbending_Trees) UK only bonus track on their album.
2008 (2008) – Paris Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Paris_Jones&action=edit&redlink=1) Canadian Singer
2008 (2008) – Saori Yano (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Saori_Yano&action=edit&redlink=1) Tokyo saxophonist, Billie Holiday tribute CD.
2008 (2008) – Laďka Fatien (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/La%C3%AFka_Fatien) French jazz singer on Album Misery; a tribute to Billie Holiday
2008 (2008) – Nguyen Hong Nhung & Thuy Huong, Vietnamese and English, performed on Asia Entertainment Music Video #56.
2009 (2009) – Blackmailers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blackmailers)
2009 (2009) – Ljiljana Buttler (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ljiljana_Buttler)
2009 (2009) – Chance Calaway (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Chance_Calaway&action=edit&redlink=1) Trinidain Rap Artist - First ever Hip Hop edition of Gloomy Sunday
2009 (2009) – Olga Nunes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Olga_Nunes)
2010 (2010) – Andrew Veskoukis (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Andrew_Veskoukis&action=edit&redlink=1) Overture to Death (in Greek adaptation)
2010 (2010) – Anna von Hausswolff (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anna_von_Hausswolff) (on Track of Time)
2010 (2010) – MiD DERACINE (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=MiD_DERACINE&action=edit&redlink=1) (in Japanese as "SOMBRE DIMANCHE")
2010 (2010) – Björk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bj%C3%B6rk)
2010 (2010) – Pallbearer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pallbearer)

10-30-2010, 04:33 PM
Jeepers Creepers

The recording used for the film...

Louis Armstrong

10-30-2010, 04:40 PM
Mack The Knife

Bobby Darin
"Mack the Knife" or "The Ballad of Mack the Knife", originally "Die Moritat von Mackie Messer", is a song composed by Kurt Weill (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kurt_Weill) with lyrics by Bertolt Brecht (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bertolt_Brecht) for their music drama Die Dreigroschenoper, or, as it is known in English (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/English_language), The Threepenny Opera (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Threepenny_Opera). It premiered in Berlin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Berlin) in 1928 at the Theater am Schiffbauerdamm (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Theater_am_Schiffbauerdamm). The song has become a popular standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Standard_(music)).

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1 The Threepenny Opera (http://forum.xnxx.com/#The_Threepenny_Opera)

1.1 Original German text (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Original_German_text)
1.2 1954 Blitzstein translation (http://forum.xnxx.com/#1954_Blitzstein_translation)
1.3 1976 Manheim-Willett translation (http://forum.xnxx.com/#1976_Manheim-Willett_translation)
1.4 1994 translation (http://forum.xnxx.com/#1994_translation)

2 Crimes of Macheath (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Crimes_of_Macheath)
3 Popular song (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Popular_song)
4 Selective list of recorded versions (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Selective_list_of_recorded_versions)
5 See also (http://forum.xnxx.com/#See_also)
6 References (http://forum.xnxx.com/#References)
7 External links (http://forum.xnxx.com/#External_links)

[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mack_the_Knife&action=edit&section=1)] The Threepenny Opera

A moritat (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cantastoria) (from mori meaning "deadly" and tat meaning "deed") is a medieval (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Middle_Ages) version of the murder ballad (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Murder_ballad) performed by strolling minstrels (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Minstrel). In The Threepenny Opera, the moritat singer with his street organ introduces and closes the drama with the tale of the deadly Mackie Messer, or Mack the Knife, a character based on the dashing highwayman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Highwayman) Macheath in John Gay (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Gay)'s The Beggar's Opera (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Beggar%27s_Opera). The Brecht-Weill version of the character was far more cruel and sinister, and has been transformed into a modern anti-hero (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anti-hero).
The play opens with the moritat singer comparing Macheath (unfavorably) with a shark (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shark), and then telling tales of his robberies (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Robbery), murders (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Murder), rapes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rape), and arson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Arson).
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mack_the_Knife&action=edit&section=2)] Original German text

The song was inserted in the play shortly before its premičre in 1928, because Harald Paulsen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Harald_Paulsen), who created the role of Macheath, wished a more effective introduction of his character.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) The original German text is:[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
German (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/German_language)literal English (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/English_language) translationUnd der Haifisch, der hat Zähne,Und die trägt er im Gesicht.Und Macheath, der hat ein Messer,Doch das Messer sieht man nicht.And the shark, it has teeth,And it wears them in its face.And Macheath, he has a knife,But the knife one doesn't see.
At the 1928 premičre, the Moritat was sung by Kurt Gerron (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kurt_Gerron), who was a noted film and stage actor in Germany, and who also played the part of the Police Chief Brown. Weill also intended for the Moritat to be accompanied by a barrel organ, which was to be played by the singer.[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mack_the_Knife&action=edit&section=3)] 1954 Blitzstein translation

"A Theme From The Threepenny Opera (Mack The Knife)"http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/f/f7/Mack_The_Knife_Coronet.jpg/200px-Mack_The_Knife_Coronet.jpg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:Mack_The_Knife_Coronet.jpg)Single (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Single_(music)) by Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong)B-side (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A-side_and_B-side)Back O' Town BluesReleased1956Format7" (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gramophone_record)RecordedLos Angeles, CA
28 September, 1955Genre (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Music_genre)Jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz)Length3:25Label (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Record_label)Columbia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Columbia_Records) 40587
Coronet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Coronet_Records) KS-349Writer(s) (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Songwriter)Kurt Weill (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kurt_Weill), Bertolt Brecht (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bertolt_Brecht), English lyrics Marc Blitzstein (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marc_Blitzstein), arr. Turk Murphy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Turk_Murphy)
The song was first introduced to American audiences in the first English-language production of The Threepenny Opera, which played on Broadway in 1933. The English lyrics were by Gifford Cochran (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Gifford_Cochran_(lyricist)&action=edit&redlink=1) and Jerrold Krimsky (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Jerrold_Krimsky&action=edit&redlink=1). [4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3) However, that production was a complete flop and the song did not catch on. In the best known English translation (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Translation), from the Marc Blitzstein (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marc_Blitzstein) 1954 version of The Threepenny Opera, which played Off-Broadway for well over six years, [5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4) the words are:
Oh the shark has pretty teeth dear,And he shows them pearly whiteJust a jack-knife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pocket_knife) has Macheath dearAnd he keeps it out of sight.This is the version popularized by Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) (1956) and Bobby Darin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bobby_Darin) (1959) (Darin's lyrics differ slightly), and most subsequent swing (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Swing_music) versions. Weill's widow, Lotte Lenya (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lotte_Lenya), the star of both the original 1928 German (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Germany) production and the 1954 Blitzstein Broadway (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadway_theatre) version, was present in the studio during Armstrong's recording. He spontaneously added her name to the lyrics, which already named several of Macheath's female victims.
The rarely heard final verse—not included in the original play, but added by Brecht for the 1930 movie—expresses the theme, and compares the glittering world of the rich and powerful with the dark world of the poor:
GermanEnglish translationDenn die einen sind im DunkelnUnd die andern sind im LichtUnd man siehet die im LichteDie im Dunkeln sieht man nichtThere are some who are in darknessAnd the others are in lightAnd you see the ones in brightnessThose in darkness drop from sight
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mack_the_Knife&action=edit&section=4)] 1976 Manheim-Willett translation

In 1976 the version translated by Ralph Manheim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ralph_Manheim) and John Willett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Willett) opened on Broadway, later made into a movie version starring Raúl Juliá (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ra%C3%BAl_Juli%C3%A1) as "Mackie". Here is an excerpt:
See the shark with teeth like razorsAll can read his open faceAnd Macheath has got a knife, butNot in such an obvious placeThis is the version later performed by Sting (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sting_(musician)) and Nick Cave (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nick_Cave). It is also the version performed by Lyle Lovett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lyle_Lovett) on the soundtrack of the film Quiz Show (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quiz_Show_(1994_film)) (1994)—the same movie features Darin's rendition over the opening credits.
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mack_the_Knife&action=edit&section=5)] 1994 translation

A much darker translation by Robert David MacDonald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Robert_David_MacDonald) and Jeremy Sams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jeremy_Sams) into English was used for the 1994 Donmar Warehouse theatrical production in London (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/London). The new translation attempted to recapture the original tone of the song:
Though the shark's teeth may be lethalStill you see them white and redBut you won't see Mackie's flick knife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Switchblade)Cause he slashed you and you're dead[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mack_the_Knife&action=edit&section=6)] Crimes of Macheath

The song attributes many crimes to Macheath:

A dead man in London, on the Strand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Strand,_London)
A rich man, Schmul Meier, disappeared for good and possibly robbed
Jenny Towler, killed with a knife in the chest
A cabbie, Alfred Gleet, missing and presumed dead
Seven children and an old man killed in an arson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Arson) fire
Rape (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rape) of an underage widow (minderjährige Witwe) in her bed
The arson, rape and disappearance of the cabbie were omitted from the original cast recording of the Blitzstein version, but remain intact in the libretto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Libretto).
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mack_the_Knife&action=edit&section=7)] Popular song

"Mack the Knife" was introduced to the United States hit parade (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hit_parade) by Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) in 1956, but the song is most closely associated with Bobby Darin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bobby_Darin), who recorded his version at Fulton Studios on West 40th Street, New York City (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_York_City), on December 19, 1958 (with Tom Dowd (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tom_Dowd) engineering the recording). In 1959 Darin's version reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_Hot_100) and number six on the Black Singles chart, and earned him a Grammy Award for Record of the Year (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy_Award_for_Record_of_the_Year). Dick Clark (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dick_Clark) had advised Darin not to record the song because of the perception that, having come from an opera, it wouldn't appeal to the rock & roll (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rock_and_roll) audience. To this day, Clark recounts the story with good humor. Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra), who recorded the song with Jimmy Buffett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Buffett), called Darin's the "definitive" version. Darin's version hit #3 on Billboard's All Time Top 100.[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5) In 2003, the Darin version was ranked #251 on Rolling Stone (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rolling_Stone)'s "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_500_Greatest_Songs_of_All_Time)" list. On BBC Radio 4 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/BBC_Radio_4)'s Desert Island Discs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Desert_Island_Discs), pop mogul Simon Cowell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Simon_Cowell) named "Mack the Knife" the best song ever written.
Brecht's original German language version was appropriated for a series of humorous and surreal blackout skits by television pioneer Ernie Kovacs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ernie_Kovacs), showing, between skits, the vibrating soundtrack line.
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) made a famous live recording in 1960 (released on Ella in Berlin: Mack the Knife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_in_Berlin:_Mack_the_Knife)) in which, after forgetting the lyrics after the first verse, she improvised new lyrics in a performance that earned her a Grammy Award (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy_Award). Robbie Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Robbie_Williams) also recorded the song on his 2001 album Swing When You're Winning (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Swing_When_You%27re_Winning). Other notable versions include performances by Jimmie Dale Gilmore (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmie_Dale_Gilmore), Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett), Marianne Faithfull (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marianne_Faithfull), Nick Cave (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nick_Cave), Brian Setzer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Brian_Setzer), Kevin Spacey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kevin_Spacey), Westlife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Westlife), and Michael Bublé (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Michael_Bubl%C3%A9). Swiss (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Switzerland) band The Young Gods (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Young_Gods) radically reworked the song in industrial (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Industrial_music) style, while jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) legend Sonny Rollins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sonny_Rollins) recorded an instrumental version entitled simply "Moritat" in 1956. A 1959 instrumental performance by Bill Haley & His Comets (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Haley_%26_His_Comets) was the final song the group recorded for Decca Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Decca_Records). Tito Puente (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tito_Puente) also recorded an instrumental version. Salsa musician Rubén Blades (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rub%C3%A9n_Blades) recorded an homage entitled "Pedro Navaja (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pedro_Navaja)".[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-6) Brazilian composer Chico Buarque (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chico_Buarque), in his adaptation of Threepenny Opera (Ópera do Malandro), made two versions called "A Volta do Malandro" and "O Malandro (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Malandragem) No. 2", with lyrics in Portuguese (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Portuguese_language).
The song has been parodied many times. Steve Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Steve_Martin) parodied "Mack the Knife" in his opening monologue to the premiere of Saturday Night Live (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Saturday_Night_Live)'s third season (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/History_of_Saturday_Night_Live_(1975%E2%80%931980)#Seasons_2.E2.80.934) in 1977. In the mid-1980s, McDonald's (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/McDonald%27s) introduced Mac Tonight (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mac_Tonight), a character whose signature song was based on "Mack the Knife." American political parodists (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Parody) the Capitol Steps (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Capitol_Steps) used the tune for their song "Pack the Knife" on their 2002 album When Bush Comes to Shove.
The chorus to the song "Haifisch" by Rammstein (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rammstein) is inspired by "Mack the Knife"[citation needed (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Citation_needed)].
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mack_the_Knife&action=edit&section=8)] Selective list of recorded versions

1928/29 Bertolt Brecht (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bertolt_Brecht)
1954 Gerald Price, Broadway cast recording of The Threepenny Opera
1955 Lotte Lenya (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lotte_Lenya) on the album Lotte Lenya Sings Berlin Theatre Songs of Kurt Weill
1956 Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) #20 hit single (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hit_single)

Dick Hyman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dick_Hyman), instrumental
Billy Vaughn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billy_Vaughn), instrumental
Sonny Rollins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sonny_Rollins), jazz instrumental, on the album Saxophone Colossus (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Saxophone_Colossus)

1957 Bing Crosby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bing_Crosby) with Bob Scobey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bob_Scobey) on the album Bing with a Beat (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bing_with_a_Beat)
1958 Wolfgang Neuss with the Sender Freies Berlin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sender_Freies_Berlin) Orchestra and Chorus conducted by Wilhem Brückner Rüggenburg (supervised and performed by Lotte Lenya (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lotte_Lenya)) on the album Die Dreigroschenoper (CBS)
1959 Bobby Darin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bobby_Darin), U.S. and UK #1

Bill Haley & His Comets (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Haley_%26_His_Comets) on the album Strictly Instrumental
Kenny Dorham (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Dorham) on the album Quiet Kenny

1960 Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) on the album Ella in Berlin: Mack the Knife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_in_Berlin:_Mack_the_Knife)
1963 Eartha Kitt (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eartha_Kitt) as a single
1964 Miloš Kopecký (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Milo%C5%A1_Kopeck%C3%BD) in Czech musical Lemonade Joe (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lemonade_Joe) (Limonádový Joe aneb Koňská opera)

Dave Van Ronk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Van_Ronk) on the albums Dave Van Ronk and the Ragtime Jug Stompers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Van_Ronk_and_the_Ragtime_Jug_Stompers), in 1967 on Live at Sir George Williams University (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_at_Sir_George_Williams_University), and in 1992 on Let No One Deceive You (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Let_No_One_Deceive_You)

1965 Ben Webster (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ben_Webster) on the album Stormy Weather
1968 The Doors (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Doors) on the album Live In Stockholm
1977 Peggy Lee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peggy_Lee) on the album Live in London (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_in_London_(Peggy_Lee_album))
1981 The Psychedelic Furs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Psychedelic_Furs) on the B-side of the single "Pretty in Pink (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pretty_in_Pink_(song))", the 1994 album Here Came The Psychedelic Furs: B Sides and Lost Grooves, and the 2002 re-release of their self-titled first album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Psychedelic_Furs_(album))
1983 King Kurt (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/King_Kurt) on the album Ooowallahwallah!, psychobilly version
1984 Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) on the album L.A. Is My Lady (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/L.A._Is_My_Lady)
1985 Sting (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sting_(musician)) on the album Lost in the Stars: The Music of Kurt Weill (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lost_in_the_Stars:_The_Music_of_Kurt_Weill)
1986 Dagmar Krause (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dagmar_Krause) on the album Supply and Demand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Supply_and_Demand_(Dagmar_Krause_album))
1988 Ute Lemper (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ute_Lemper) on the album Ute Lemper sings Kurt Weill
1990 Roger Daltrey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Roger_Daltrey) on the film soundtrack Mack the Knife

Kenny Garrett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Garrett) on the album African Exchange Student

1994 Lyle Lovett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lyle_Lovett) on the soundtrack to Quiz Show (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quiz_Show_(1994_film))

Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) with Jimmy Buffett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Buffett) on the album Duets II (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Duets_II)

1995 Nick Cave (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nick_Cave) on the album September Songs: The Music of Kurt Weill
1999 Max Raabe (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Max_Raabe) on the album Die Dreigroschenoper, Ensemble Modern (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ensemble_Modern)
2000 The Brian Setzer Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Brian_Setzer_Orchestra) on the album Vavoom! (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vavoom!)
2001 Robbie Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Robbie_Williams) on the album Swing When You're Winning (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Swing_When_You%27re_Winning)

10-30-2010, 04:43 PM
Skeleton In The Closet
Louis Armstrong

10-30-2010, 04:45 PM
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Jeepers Creepers is a popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music) 1938 song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) and jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard). The music was written by Harry Warren (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Harry_Warren) and the lyrics by Johnny Mercer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Mercer), for the movie Going Places. It was premiered by Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) and has since been covered by dozens of other artists. [1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Jeepers_Creepers_(song)&action=edit&section=1)] Overview

This song was featured in the 1938 film Going Places starring Richard Powell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dick_Powell), Anita Louise (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anita_Louise), Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) and Ronald Reagan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ronald_Reagan). Louis Armstrong plays the part of Gabriel, the trainer of a race horse named Jeepers Creepers. Jeepers Creepers is a very wild horse and can only be soothed enough to let someone ride him when Gabriel plays the song "Jeepers Creepers" on his trumpet or sings it to him. Louis Armstrong's character, Gabriel, had written the song specifically for the horse, Jeepers Creepers.
The famous lyrics of the song are:
"Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those peepers?
Jeepers Creepers, where'd ya get those eyes?"
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Jeepers_Creepers_(song)&action=edit&section=2)] Popular culture

This song is featured in the 1939 Warner Bros. cartoon by the same name. In this cartoon, Porky Pig (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Porky_Pig) investigates a haunted house inhabited by a mischievous ghost that sings this song.
In the 1941 Cartoon Notes to You (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Notes_to_You), a cat sings this song which annoys Porky Pig.
In the 1942 film, Yankee Doodle Dandy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Yankee_Doodle_Dandy), Jeepers Creepers is sung by a group of kids who pass by the house of George M. Cohan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_M._Cohan) (played by James Cagney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/James_Cagney)).
An excerpt of the song was played in one early scene of the 1955 film The McConnell Story (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_McConnell_Story).
In the 60s, the melody was used for a group of singer-songwriters in Catalonia, self-called "Els Setze Jutges" (The Sixteen Judges) at the beginning of their shows. They replaced the words "Jeepers Creepers" with "Setze Jutges". The song appears at the end of an album called "Homenatge musical als Setze Jutges" (Concčntric, 1965; reiussed Enderrock Discos, 2010) in an instrumental form, played by Francesc Burrull.
In an episode of "F Troop (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/F_Troop)" entitled, "How to be F Troop Without Really Trying", Lt. Mark Harrison (Les Brown, Jr. (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Les_Brown,_Jr.&action=edit&redlink=1))) quotes a line from the song to Wrangler Jane (Melody Patterson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Melody_Patterson)) even though "F Troop" is set roughly seventy years before the song is even written.
Episode of the popular Scooby Doo cartoon series entitled, "Jeepers Creepers, It's the Peeper."
In the 1975 movie The Day of the Locust (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Day_of_the_Locust_(film)), the character Faye Greener (Karen Black (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Karen_Black)) sings the song whenever she wants to disturb her father.
In 1988,"Peek-a-Boo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peek-a-Boo_(song))", the first single from Siouxsie and the Banshees (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Siouxsie_and_the_Banshees)'s ninth studio album Peepshow (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peepshow_(album)), was found to be too similar to the lyrics of "Jeepers Creepers". To remedy the situation and to avoid legal action, Siouxsie and the Banshees gave co-songwriting credit on "Peek-a-Boo" to Warren and Mercer.
The 1993 film Sleepless in Seattle (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sleepless_in_Seattle) featured an instrumental version of the song, to which Meg Ryan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Meg_Ryan) and Bill Pullman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Pullman)'s characters danced. Pullman's character sings the words "Dim sum (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dim_sum)" to the tune of the chorus.
In 1996, The HBO (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/HBO) sketch comedy series Mr. Show (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mr._Show) produced a song of the same title with Jack Black (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jack_Black) as lead, during the second episode of the second season.
In an episode of "X-Files (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/X-Files)" entitled "Triangle", the song is played at a ball on a luxury passenger liner, Queen Anne.
In an episode of "Friends (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Friends)", a widow is seen performing the song, entertaining guests at her husband's wake.
The song and title was featured prominently in the 2001 horror (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Horror_film) movie Jeepers Creepers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jeepers_Creepers_(film)) (released by United Artists (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/United_Artists), which at one point (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Associated_Artists_Productions) held the rights to Going Places).
A recording of the song was made by The Puppini Sisters (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Puppini_Sisters) on their 2006 debut album Betcha Bottom Dollar (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Betcha_Bottom_Dollar).
In the August, 15th, 2003 edition of the webcomic (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Webcomic) Penny Arcade (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Penny_Arcade_(webcomic)), a prison inmate convicted of killing someone after cutting out his eyes and playing with them sings this song, pulling up a freashly-plucked pair of eyes at the climax. The strip is entitled "From Another Human Being." http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2003/8/15/ (http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2003/8/15/)
A few seconds of the song are heard in a 2010 episode of Family Guy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Family_Guy) entitled "Welcome Back Carter".

10-31-2010, 04:34 AM
St. James Infirmary

Louis Armstrong

10-31-2010, 04:38 AM
Old Man Mose

Louis Armstrong

10-31-2010, 11:41 PM
Nice to see you back, Whitey!

11-03-2010, 08:42 PM
Hi ejls! :)

I'm glad to see that you are still here! :)

11-03-2010, 08:49 PM
Moten Swing
Count Basie

11-03-2010, 08:52 PM
John Coltrane

11-03-2010, 08:57 PM
My Funny Valentine
Sonny Stitt and Quincy Jones

11-03-2010, 10:00 PM
Don't Take Your Love From Me
John Coltrane

11-03-2010, 10:15 PM
Quiet Village
Odell Brown and the Organizers

11-03-2010, 10:23 PM
Scarborough Fair

Sergio Mendes and Brasil 66

11-04-2010, 01:44 AM
I really havent followed this thread.....
But if this old blues man doesnt reminded me of EJLS...mmmph...;)
Mr. Buddy Guy... (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zhV99Bvrgg&feature=related)

11-06-2010, 09:30 PM
Nostalgia In Times Square

written by Charles Mingus
performed by the Mingus Big Band (post Mingus' Death)


11-09-2010, 04:49 AM
Lady Bird

Dexter Gordon

Chet Baker

11-09-2010, 12:17 PM
Lady Bird

Chet Baker

I accidentally posted the Dexter Gordon version twice...

11-13-2010, 01:48 PM
Round Midnight
music originally composed by Thelonious Monk

Performed by the very sexy Julie London

11-13-2010, 01:55 PM


Somi is an African American vocal artist who fuses African Music with Jazz.

11-13-2010, 02:08 PM


Somi was born in the USA but spent much of her childhood in Africa.
She can hit those very sexy low notes like Sarah Vaughan used to.

11-14-2010, 02:12 AM
Ooooo, this is right up my alley!!!

Don't know if this one's been listed, but it's "Sweet Lorraine" by the great Art Tatum! Lovely piece.

Whitey, I've got to comb through this entire thread. Lots of name I don't recognize!!

11-14-2010, 02:27 PM
Point of No Return

Jean Luc Ponty

11-14-2010, 02:30 PM
Ooooo, this is right up my alley!!!

Don't know if this one's been listed, but it's "Sweet Lorraine" by the great Art Tatum! Lovely piece.

Whitey, I've got to comb through this entire thread. Lots of name I don't recognize!!

I have posted Sweet Lorraine by other artists. But, not Tatum.

11-14-2010, 02:49 PM
Off topic: I have heard a few Jazz songs in my life. Seems like a great genre of music. Wish I could get more into it.. I've been trying some of these songs people have listed.
Just doesn't "do it" for me, I think I'm missing out on a great type of music.

c'est la vie.

Carry on :)

11-16-2010, 04:57 AM
Off topic: I have heard a few Jazz songs in my life. Seems like a great genre of music. Wish I could get more into it.. I've been trying some of these songs people have listed.
Just doesn't "do it" for me, I think I'm missing out on a great type of music.

c'est la vie.

Carry on :)

Some of it clicks right away, while some of it takes a few listenings. But, once you're hooked, watch out. :)

But, jazz is really contains a wide variety of music. Some of it may appeal to you while some of it doesn't.

11-16-2010, 04:59 AM
Dolphin Dance

Herbie Hancock

Herbie on piano with Freddie Hubbard on the horn...

11-16-2010, 05:02 AM
Cantelope Island

Herbie Hancock

more of Freddie's horn playing with Herbie on the keyboard

11-16-2010, 05:06 AM
Watermelon Man

Herbie Hancock

11-16-2010, 05:14 AM
Mr. Sandman

performed by Chet Atkins on guitar for a TV show in 1954


11-17-2010, 04:25 AM
9:20 Special
written by Freddie Green

performed by the Count Basie Orchestra (with Freddie Green on guitar)

Buddy Rich Big Band

Harry James

Oscar Peterson Quartet

Zoot Sims Quartet

11-17-2010, 12:59 PM
West End Blues

Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five

11-19-2010, 05:04 AM
Portrait of Tracy

original bass solo by Jaco Pastorious

11-19-2010, 05:39 AM
Walk Don't Run

guitar feature with Johnny Smith

From the former CBS studio guitarist...

11-20-2010, 05:47 AM
Desafinado (out of tune)
a major bossa nova hit written by Antonio Carlos Jobim

Stan Getz on tenor saxophone and Charlie Byrd on classical guitar

11-20-2010, 02:20 PM
Desafinado (out of tune)
a major bossa nova hit written by Antonio Carlos Jobim

Stan Getz on tenor saxophone and Charlie Byrd on classical guitar

CLASSIC, Whitey!

11-21-2010, 04:52 AM
Bernie's Tune

Gerry Mulligan

11-21-2010, 04:54 AM
Night's At the Turntable

Gerry Mulligan

11-21-2010, 02:00 PM
Lush Life

Chet Baker

11-21-2010, 02:03 PM
CLASSIC, Whitey!


I agree! :)

Stan Goetz plays his tenor sax so smoothly...

11-21-2010, 02:56 PM
Lush Life

Chet Baker

Another A+

12-06-2010, 02:10 PM
Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Judy Garland sings from the film "Meet Me in St. Louis"

"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" is a song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) introduced by Judy Garland (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Judy_Garland) in the 1944 MGM musical Meet Me in St. Louis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Meet_Me_in_St._Louis). Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) later recorded a version with modified lyrics, which has become more common than the original. The song was credited to Hugh Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hugh_Martin) and Ralph Blane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ralph_Blane), although during a December 21, 2006 NPR interview, Martin said that Blane had encouraged him to write the song but had not had anything more to do with writing it. In 2007, ASCAP (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/ASCAP) ranked "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" the third most performed Christmas song written by ASCAP members of the past five years.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)


The song was written while Martin was vacationing in a house in Birmingham, Alabama, that his father Hugh Martin[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) designed for his mother as a honeymoon cottage. The house was located in the Southside section of the city, across the street from Hugh's mother and right beside her aunt. The song first appeared in a scene in Meet Me in St. Louis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Meet_Me_in_St._Louis), in which a family is distraught by the father's plans to move to New York City for a job promotion, leaving behind their beloved home in St. Louis, Missouri (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/St._Louis,_Missouri) just before the long-anticipated Louisiana Purchase Exposition (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louisiana_Purchase_Exposition) begins. In a scene set on Christmas Eve (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_Eve), Judy Garland's character, Esther, sings the song to cheer up her despondent five-year-old sister, Tootie, played by Margaret O'Brien (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Margaret_O%27Brien).[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)
The sentimental setting of the tune in the finished scene owes much to the understated orchestration by Conrad Salinger (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Conrad_Salinger) and musical direction of Georgie Stoll (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Georgie_Stoll).
However, when presented with the original draft, Garland, her co-star Tom Drake (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tom_Drake) and director Vincente Minnelli (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vincente_Minnelli) criticized the song as depressing:
Have yourself a merry little Christmas, it may be your last,
Next year we may all be living in the past
Have yourself a merry little Christmas, pop that champagne cork,
Next year we will all be living in New York.
No good times like the olden days, happy golden days of yore,
Faithful friends who were dear to us, will be near to us no more.
But at least we all will be together, if the Fates allow,
From now on we'll have to muddle through somehow.
So have yourself a merry little Christmas now.[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-ew-4)
Though he initially resisted, songwriter Hugh Martin made several changes to make the song more upbeat. For example, the lines "It may be your last / Next year we may all be living in the past" became "Let your heart be light / Next year all our troubles will be out of sight".[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-ew-4) Garland's version of the song, which was also released as a single by Decca Records, became popular among United States troops serving in World War II (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/World_War_II); her performance at the Hollywood Canteen brought many soldiers to tears.[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-stories-5)
In 1957, Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) asked Martin to revise the line "Until then we'll have to muddle through somehow". He told Martin, "The name of my album is A Jolly Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Jolly_Christmas_from_Frank_Sinatra). Do you think you could jolly up that line for me?"[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-ew-4) Martin's new line, "Hang a shining star upon the highest bough," has since become more widely recognized and sung than the original phrase. Martin made several other alterations, changing the song's focus to a celebration of present happiness, rather than anticipation of a better future.
Although the 1957 rewrite is the most familiar to listeners today, the Judy Garland lyrics have been recorded by a number of artists, for example Ella Fitzgerald (in Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Wishes_You_a_Swinging_Christmas)), and James Taylor (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/James_Taylor).[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-ew-4) Quiet Company (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quiet_Company) recorded the song most recently for the 2007 release of Peace on Earth: A Holiday Album. The album was made available for download directly from the web. All proceeds from sales went to Toys for Tots (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Toys_for_Tots) charity. Greg London (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Greg_London)'s success as a pop music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pop_music) artist began during the 2008 holiday season (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_and_holiday_season), when his rendition of the song debuted as the #2 most added track on FMQB (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/FMQB)’s AC40 Chart and Radio & Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Radio_%26_Records) Adult Contemporary (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Adult_Contemporary) chart during the same week.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-6).
In 2002, Newsong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Newsong) lead singer Michael O'Brien noted the line "through the years, we all will be together if the Lord allows," which was part of the original song, was purged and replaced with "if the fates allow" to remove religious reference when the song was released. He noted while a pastor in a California church in 1990, he had met Martin, who played piano at the church where O'Brien was serving for an evening, and the pastor was told, "That's the original way I wrote it, so I want you to sing it this way." [8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-7)
In addition to NewSong, Twila Paris (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Twila_Paris), Kathy Troccoli (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kathy_Troccoli), Phil Wickham (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Phil_Wickham), and BarlowGirl (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/BarlowGirl) have recorded the song with original "Lord" lyrics.

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12-11-2010, 04:47 PM
Once In Royal David's City

Stan Kenton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTZaehJwDNg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTZaehJwDNg)

Once in Royal David's City

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Once In Royal David's City is a Christmas carol (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_carol) originally written as poem (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Poem) by Cecil Frances Alexander (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cecil_Frances_Alexander). The carol was first published in 1848 in Miss Cecil Humphreys' hymnbook (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hymn) Hymns for little Children. A year later, the English organist Henry John Gauntlett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Henry_John_Gauntlett) discovered the poem and set it to music.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-carol-0) Cecil Alexander, meanwhile, married the Anglican (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anglican) clergyman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clergy) William Alexander (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/William_Alexander_(archbishop)) in 1848 and upon her husband's consecration became a bishop's (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bishop) wife in 1867.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-carol-0) She is also remembered for her hymn All Things Bright and Beautiful (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/All_Things_Bright_and_Beautiful).
"Royal David's City" refers to Bethlehem (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bethlehem), which the New Testament (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_Testament) records as the historical birthplace of King David (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/King_David), an ancestor of Jesus Christ (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jesus_Christ). Theologically, Alexander's poem expands a little upon the childhood of Jesus Christ (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jesus_Christ), which is not told in any detail in any of the Four Gospels (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Four_Gospels). Being a children's poem, it largely dwells upon the more palatable aspects of the Nativity story, with the last verses being a prime example of Victorian morality (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Victorian_morality).
Since 1919, the Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nine_Lessons_and_Carols) at the King's College Chapel (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/King%27s_College_Chapel,_Cambridge) Cambridge (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/King%27s_College,_Cambridge) has begun its Christmas Eve (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_Eve) service, with Dr Arthur Henry Mann (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Arthur_Henry_Mann)'s arrangement of "Once in Royal David's City" as the Processional hymn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Processional_hymn).[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-carol-0) Mann was organist at King's between 1876–1929.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) In his arrangement, the first verse is sung by a boy chorister of the Choir of King's Chapel (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Choir_of_King%27s_College,_Cambridge) as a solo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Solo_(music)). The second verse is sung by the choir, and the congregation (http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/congregation) joins in the third verse. Excluding the first verse, the hymn is accompanied by the organ (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Organ_(music)). This carol was the first recording that the King's College Choir (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Choir_of_King%27s_College,_Cambridge) under Boris Ord (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Boris_Ord) made for EMI (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/EMI) in 1948.[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) Among others who have recorded it are Mary Chapin Carpenter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mary_Chapin_Carpenter), The Chieftains (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Chieftains), Daniel O'Donnell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Daniel_O%27Donnell), The Mormon Tabernacle Choir (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mormon_Tabernacle_Choir), Petula Clark (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Petula_Clark), Jethro Tull (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jethro_Tull_(band)) and Sufjan Stevens (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sufjan_Stevens).

Once in royal David's city (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bethlehem)Stood a lowly cattle shed,Where a mother laid her babyIn a manger for His bed:Mary (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mary,_mother_of_Jesus) was that mother mild,Jesus Christ (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jesus_Christ) her little child.He came down to earth from heaven (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Heaven),Who is God (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/God) and Lord of all,And His shelter was a stable,And His cradle was a stall;With the poor, and mean, and lowly,Lived on earth our Saviour (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Saviour) Holy.And through all His wondrous childhoodHe would honour and obey,Love and watch the lowly Maiden,In whose gentle arms He lay:Christian children all must beMild, obedient, good as He.For He is our childhood's pattern; (1)Day by day, like us He grew;He was little, weak and helpless,Tears and smiles like us He knew;And He feeleth for our sadness,And He shareth in our gladness.And our eyes at last shall see Him,Through His own redeeming (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Redeemer_(Christianity)) love;For that Child so dear and gentleIs our Lord in heaven above,And He leads His children onTo the place where He is gone.Not in that poor lowly stable,With the oxen standing by,We shall see Him; but in heaven,Set at God's right hand on high;Where like stars His children crowned (2)All in white shall wait around.(1) Or: "Jesus is our childhood's pattern"
(2) Or: "When like stars His children crown'd"

12-11-2010, 04:51 PM
Good King Wencesles

Stan Kenton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Czt1rxtZqL4&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Czt1rxtZqL4&feature=related)

"Good King Wenceslas" is a popular Christmas carol (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_carol) about a king who goes out to give alms (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alms) to a poor peasant (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peasant) on the Feast of Stephen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/St._Stephen%27s_Day) (the second day of Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas), December 26). During the journey, his page (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Page_(servant)) is about to give up the struggle against the cold weather, but is enabled to continue by the heat miraculously (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miracle) emanating from the king's footprints in the snow. The legend is based on the life of the historical Saint (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Saint) Wenceslaus I, Duke of Bohemia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wenceslaus_I,_Duke_of_Bohemia) (907–935), known in the Czech language (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Czech_language) as Svatý Václav.
The tune is based on a 13th century spring carol (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carol_(music)) "Tempus adest floridum" ("It is time for flowering") first published in the 1582 Finnish (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Finland) song collection Piae Cantiones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Piae_Cantiones). The "Wenceslas" lyrics were written much later in 1853 by the English hymnwriter John Mason Neale (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Mason_Neale) (1818–1866) and substituted for the original Latin (to which they bear no relation) in collaboration with his music editor Thomas Helmore (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thomas_Helmore).

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1 Source legend (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Source_legend)
2 Authorship (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Authorship)

2.1 Tempus adest floridum (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Tempus_adest_floridum)
2.2 Neale's carol (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Neale.27s_carol)

3 Recordings (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Recordings)
4 References (http://forum.xnxx.com/#References)
5 External links (http://forum.xnxx.com/#External_links)

Source legend

Wenceslas was considered a martyr (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Martyr) and a saint (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Saint) immediately after his death, when a cult of Wenceslas grew up in Bohemia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bohemia) and in England (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/England).[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) Within a few decades of Wenceslas's death four biographies of him were in circulation.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) These hagiographies (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hagiography) had a powerful influence on the High Middle Ages (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/High_Middle_Ages) conceptualization of the rex justus, or "righteous king"—that is, a monarch (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Monarch) whose power stems mainly from his great piety, as well as from his princely vigor.[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)
Referring approvingly to these hagiographies, the chronicler Cosmas of Prague (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cosmas_of_Prague), writing in about the year 1119, states:[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4)

But his deeds I think you know better than I could tell you; for, as is read in his Passion, no one doubts that, rising every night from his noble bed, with bare feet and only one chamberlain, he went around to God’s churches and gave alms generously to widows, orphans, those in prison and afflicted by every difficulty, so much so that he was considered, not a prince, but the father of all the wretched.
Several centuries later the legend was claimed as fact by Pope Pius II (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pope_Pius_II),[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5) who himself also walked ten miles barefoot in the ice and snow as an act of pious thanksgiving.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-6)
Although Wenceslas was, during his lifetime, only a duke, Holy Roman Emperor Otto I (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Otto_I,_Holy_Roman_Emperor) posthumously "conferred on [Wenceslas] the regal dignity and title" and that is why, in the legend and song, he is referred to as a "king".[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-7) The usual English spelling of Duke Wenceslas's name, Wenceslaus, is occasionally encountered in later textual variants of the carol, although it was not used by Neale in his version.[9] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-8) Wenceslas is not to be confused with King Wenceslaus I of Bohemia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wenceslaus_I_of_Bohemia), who lived over three centuries later.

Tempus adest floridum

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/a/af/Tempus_adest_floridum.jpg/200px-Tempus_adest_floridum.jpg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:Tempus_adest_floridum.jpg) http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.5/common/images/magnify-clip.png (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:Tempus_adest_floridum.jpg)
"Tempus adest floridum" in the 1582 Finnish song collection Piae Cantiones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Piae_Cantiones). The plainsong formed the basis for the carol.

The tune is that of "Tempus adest floridum" ("It is time for flowering"), a 13th-century spring carol (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carol_(music)) first published in the Finnish (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Finland) song book Piae Cantiones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Piae_Cantiones) in 1582. Piae Cantiones is a collection of seventy-four songs compiled by Jaakko Suomalainen, the Protestant headmaster of Turku Cathedral School (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Turku_Cathedral_School), and published by Theodoric Petri, a young Catholic printer. The book is a unique document of European songs intended not only for use in church, but also schools, thus making the collection a unique record of secular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Secular) (as opposed to sacred), children's songs of the late medieval period.[10] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-9)
A text beginning substantially the same as the 1582 "Piae" version is also found in the German manuscript collection Carmina Burana (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carmina_Burana) as CB 142, where it is substantially more carnal; CB 142 has clerics and virgins playing the game of Venus in the meadows, while in the Piae version they are praising the Lord from the bottom of their hearts.[11] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-10)[12] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-11)
The text of Neale's carol bear no relationship to the words of "Tempus Adest Floridum".[13] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-12) In or around 1853, G. J. R. Gordon, her majesty's envoy and minister in Stockholm (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stockholm), gave a rare copy of the 1582 edition of Piae Cantiones to English (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/England) hymnwriter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hymnwriter) John Mason Neale (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Mason_Neale), Warden of Sackville College (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sackville_College), East Grinstead (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/East_Grinstead), Sussex (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sussex) and to the Reverend Thomas Helmore (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thomas_Helmore) (Vice-Principal of St. Mark's College, Chelsea (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chelsea,_London)). The book was entirely unknown in England (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/England) at that time. Neale translated some of the carols and hymns (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hymn), and in 1853, he and Helmore published twelve carols in Carols for Christmas-tide (with music from Piae Cantiones). In 1854, they published a dozen more in Carols for Easter-tide and it was in these collections that Neale's original hymn was first published.
Neale's carol

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4c/Wikisource-logo.svg/38px-Wikisource-logo.svg.pngWikisource (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikisource) has original text related to this article: Good King Wenceslas (http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Special:Search/Good_King_Wenceslas)

John Mason Neale published the carol "Good King Wenceslas" in 1853, although he may have written his carol some time earlier, since he carried on the legend of St. Wenceslas (the basis of this story) in his Deeds of Faith (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Deeds_of_Faith&action=edit&redlink=1) (1849). Neale was known for his devotion to High Church (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/High_Church) traditions. According to older Czech sources, Neale's lyrics are a translation of a poem by Czech poet Václav Alois Svoboda, written in Czech (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Czech_language), German (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/German_language) and Latin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Latin_language). [14] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-13)
The hymn consists of five quatrains (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quatrains) in the meter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Meter_(poetry)) trochaic (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Trochee) heptameter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Heptameter). Each quatrain has the scheme (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rhyme_scheme) ABABCDCD with feminine rhyme (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Feminine_rhyme) and internal rhyme (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Internal_rhyme). The unstressed syllable (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Syllable) of the fourth foot (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Foot_(prosody)) is abated in each line in favor of a caesura (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Caesura), forming the line into two hemistichs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hemistich). In the accompanying common time (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Time_signature) musical score (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Musical_score), the caesura is attained by rendering the fourth foot as a half note (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Half_note), while the last foot of the line effectively becomes a spondee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Spondee) by being realized as two half notes. Each line is thus sung in four measures (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bar_(music)). Neale's words are now in the public domain (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Public_domain).[15] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-14)* MIDI recording of the melody "Tempus Adest Floridum". (http://www.hymntime.com/tch/mid/t/e/m/tempus_adest_floridum.mid)
Academics tend to be critical of Neale's textual substitution. H. J. L. J. Massé wrote in 1921:

Why, for instance, do we tolerate such impositions as "Good King Wenceslas?" The original was and is an Easter Hymn...it is marked in carol books as "traditional", a delightful word which often conceals ignorance. There is nothing traditional in it as a carol.[16] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-15)
A similar sentiment is expressed by the editors (Percy Dearmer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Percy_Dearmer), Martin Shaw (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Martin_Shaw_(composer)) and Ralph Vaughan Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ralph_Vaughan_Williams)) in the 1928 Oxford Book of Carols (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oxford_Book_of_Carols), which is even more critical of Neale's carol.[17] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-16)

This rather confused narrative owes its popularity to the delightful tune, which is that of a Spring carol...Unfortunately Neale in 1853 substituted for the Spring carol this Good King Wenceslas, one of his less happy pieces, which E. Duncan goes so far as to call "doggerel", and Bullen condemns as "poor and commonplace to the last degree". The time has not yet come for a comprehensive book to discard it; but we reprint the tune in its proper setting...not without hope that, with the present wealth of carols for Christmas, Good King Wenceslas may gradually pass into disuse, and the tune be restored to spring-time.[18] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-17)
Elizabeth Poston (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Elizabeth_Poston), in the Penguin Book of Christmas Carols, refered to it as the "product of an unnatural marriage between Victorian whimsy and the thirteenth-century dance carol". She goes on to detail how Neale's "ponderous moral doggerel" does not fit the light-hearted dance measure of the original tune, and that if performed in the correct manner "sounds ridiculous to pseudo-religious words".[19] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-18)

1954 - Percy Faith (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Percy_Faith)
1963 - The Beatles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Beatles) - The Beatles' Christmas Album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Beatles%27_Christmas_Album)
1965 - Joan Sutherland (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joan_Sutherland) with Richard Bonynge (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Richard_Bonynge) and the New Philharmonia Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_Philharmonia_Orchestra) - The Joy of Christmas
1966 - Joan Baez (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joan_Baez) - Noël (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/No%C3%ABl_(Joan_Baez_album))
1967 - Hep Stars (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hep_Stars) - Jul med Hep Stars
1967 - Charlie Byrd (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Byrd) - Christmas Carols For Solo Guitar - Instrumental[20] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Byrd-19)
1967 - Philadelphia Brass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Philadelphia_Brass) - A Festival of Carols in Brass - Instrumental
1972 - The Singers Unlimited (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Singers_Unlimited) - The Singers Unlimited Christmas
1974 - George Guest (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Guest) and The Choir of St. John's College, Cambridge (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/St._John%27s_College,_Cambridge) - Christmas at St John's
1984 - Mannheim Steamroller (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mannheim_Steamroller) - Mannheim Steamroller Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mannheim_Steamroller_Christmas)
1985 - David Lanz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/David_Lanz) - Winter Solstice[21] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-20)
1988 - A Claymation Christmas Celebration (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Claymation_Christmas_Celebration) - Soundtrack - Good King Swing
1989 - R.E.M. (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/R.E.M.) - 1989 Holiday Fanclub single
1990 - The Roches (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Roches) - We Three Kings
1994 - Butthole Surfers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Butthole_Surfers) - Good King Wenceslas/The Lord is a Monkey
1995 - Loreena McKennitt (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Loreena_McKennitt) - A Winter Garden: Five Songs for the Season (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Winter_Garden:_Five_Songs_for_the_Season)
1999 - Skydiggers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Skydiggers) - Still Restless: The Lost Tapes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Still_Restless:_The_Lost_Tapes)

12-11-2010, 04:57 PM
Christmas Medley: Joy to the World... Away In A Manger... Noel... We Wish You A Merry Christmas... Hark the Herald Angels Sing... Silent Night

Stan Kenton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88yyy2pU4-w&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88yyy2pU4-w&feature=related)

12-11-2010, 05:08 PM
Jingle All The Way

Lena Horne
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZqRfcjuRW4&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZqRfcjuRW4&feature=related)

12-11-2010, 05:13 PM
The Chanuka Song

Kenny Gee
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKEWNOahrqc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKEWNOahrqc)

To cover the jewish people as well. A belated hanukkah.

12-14-2010, 01:48 PM
Santa Baby

Eartha Kitt
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MBvCyF7aMU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MBvCyF7aMU)

"Santa Baby" is a 1953 Christmas song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_song) written by Joan Javits (the niece of Senator Jacob K. Javits (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jacob_Javits)), Philip Springer, and Fred Ebb (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fred_Ebb).[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) Although Tony Springer[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) is listed as co-writer, he was a legal fiction created for purposes of membership in the performing rights organization BMI (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadcast_Music_Incorporated).
The song is a tongue-in-cheek (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tongue-in-cheek) look at a Christmas list sung by a woman who wants the most extravagant gifts like sable (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sable), yachts (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Yacht), and decorations from Tiffany's (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tiffany_%26_Co.).
Original recording

"Santa Baby" was originally recorded by Eartha Kitt (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eartha_Kitt) with Henri René (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Henri_Ren%C3%A9) and his orchestra in New York city (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_York_city) on October 6, 1953. It was released by RCA Victor Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/RCA_Victor_Records) as catalog number 20-5502 (in USA)[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) and by EMI (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/EMI) on the His Master's Voice as catalog number B 10728. The song was a huge hit for Kitt, and she later said that it was one of her favorite songs to record. A sequel, "This Year's Santa Baby", was recorded by Kitt in 1954, to no commercial success; Kitt also reprised the original song in a 1963 re-recording for Kapp Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kapp_Records), with a more uptempo arrangement. (Madonna (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Madonna_(entertainer))'s popular rendition for the 1987 charity album A Very Special Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Very_Special_Christmas_(album)) is based on this latter version.) The song was featured in the 1989 film Driving Miss Daisy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Driving_Miss_Daisy).

Cover versions
Covered (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cover_version) in recorded and live performances by many other artists throughout the years, including Maria Muldaur (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maria_Muldaur), Everclear (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Everclear_(band)), RuPaul (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/RuPaul), Kate Ceberano (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kate_Ceberano), Taylor Horn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Taylor_Horn), Shakira (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shakira), Madonna (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Madonna_(entertainer)), Jhene (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jhene), Macy Gray (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Macy_Gray), Natalie Merchant (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Natalie_Merchant), Faith Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Faith_Evans), Boney James (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Boney_James), Kylie Minogue (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kylie_Minogue), The Pussycat Dolls (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Pussycat_Dolls), Lina, LeAnn Rimes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/LeAnn_Rimes), Kellie Pickler (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kellie_Pickler), Mae West (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mae_West), Paloma Faith (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paloma_Faith) and Taylor Swift (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Taylor_Swift), as well as in an Ally McBeal (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ally_McBeal) episode by the title character (Calista Flockhart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Calista_Flockhart)), by Chris Mitchell, and by The Swingle Singers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Swingle_Singers) as well as Girls' Generation (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Girls%27_Generation). Miss Piggy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miss_Piggy) sang the song in the film It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/It%27s_a_Very_Merry_Muppet_Christmas_Movie) and recorded another version for the album A Green and Red Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Green_and_Red_Christmas).
Vanessa L. Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vanessa_L._Williams), Patti LaBelle (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Patti_LaBelle), and Eartha Kitt (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eartha_Kitt) performed the song in the 2001 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/2001) animated Christmas TV special entitled Santa Baby!
The version recorded by the Pussycat Dolls (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pussycat_Dolls) entered the Top 70 Billboard charts (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_charts) in the Philippines (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Philippines), peaking at #21. Although it was a b-side (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/B-side) the song picked up radio airplay in the Philippines. This version also appeared as track 1 on CD 1 of The Perfect Christmas 2006 album.
Rev Run (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joseph_Simmons) has also re-recorded this song for A Very Special Christmas, Vol. 3.
In December 2007, Kylie Minogue (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kylie_Minogue)'s version of the song reached #76 in the UK due to download sales. It was first released as a b-side to her 2000 single Please Stay (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Please_Stay) (released in December of that year), which charted #10 in the UK.
Les Paul (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Les_Paul) performed the song live in December 2006.
In 2007's This Christmas starring R&B singer Chris Brown and Lauren London "Santa Baby" was performed by Lina in the opening credits.
The song was released by UK girl group, Sugababes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sugababes) as their 2009 Christmas promo single.
Pink Martini (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pink_Martini) feature the song on their CD "Joy to the World" released in November 2010.

12-14-2010, 02:34 PM
Thanks, Whitey, for bringing some sanity back to the GD page!

12-18-2010, 01:53 PM
Thanks, Whitey, for bringing some sanity back to the GD page!

Hey Umpire, have a great holiday!

12-18-2010, 01:57 PM
Winter Wonderland
Ramsey Lewis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrVMQvVtiz0&feature=fvw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrVMQvVtiz0&feature=fvw)

12-18-2010, 02:08 PM
We Three Kings of Orient Are
Miles Davison David Letterman Show
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgm_dh2a31Q (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fgm_dh2a31Q)

12-18-2010, 02:11 PM
Jingle Bells
Count Basie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3DxZxcY3h8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3DxZxcY3h8)

12-18-2010, 02:12 PM
White Christmas

Charlie Parker (Bird)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhl0jGJvIw8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jhl0jGJvIw8&feature=related)

12-18-2010, 05:28 PM
You have a wonderful holiday, too, Whitey!

12-18-2010, 10:13 PM
Merry Christmas Whitey:) Thank you so very much for your wonderful thread, it's introduced me to previous unknown artists and sounds and has increased my knowlege and love of Jazz no end...cheers:cool:

12-19-2010, 02:23 PM
Merry Christmas Whitey:) Thank you so very much for your wonderful thread, it's introduced me to previous unknown artists and sounds and has increased my knowlege and love of Jazz no end...cheers:cool:

I am glad it helps! :)

12-19-2010, 02:27 PM
White Christmas

The Drifters
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddVZOK_9UUI&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddVZOK_9UUI&feature=related)

More of a doo-wop arrangement than jazz. But, still a jazz standard.

12-19-2010, 02:32 PM
Let it Snow

Nancy Wilson with Dizzy Gillespie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyZRostJ1-4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KyZRostJ1-4)
"Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!", also known as "Let It Snow", is a song written by lyricist Sammy Cahn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sammy_Cahn) and composer Jule Styne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jule_Styne) in 1945. It was written in July 1945 in Hollywood, California during one of the hottest days on record.
First recorded by Vaughn Monroe (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vaughn_Monroe), it became a popular hit, reaching number one on the Billboard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_(magazine)) music chart the following year. One of the best-selling songs of all time, "Let It Snow!" has been covered countless times. Due to its seasonal lyrics, it is commonly regarded as a Christmas song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_song). Yet despite its cheery, holiday feel, it is a love song that never mentions Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas).
In 1963, Smokey Robinson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Smokey_Robinson) & The Miracles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Miracles) recorded the song for Christmas with The Miracles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_with_The_Miracles) (1963)
In 1964, Doris Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doris_Day) recorded it for The Doris Day Christmas Album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Doris_Day_Christmas_Album)
Andy Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andy_Williams) cut the song for his 1965 album Merry Christmas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Merry_Christmas_(Andy_Williams_album)).
In 1966, Dean Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dean_Martin) recorded the song for "The Dean Martin Christmas Album".
This song was meant to be a love song or a song with a playful romance.
Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra)'s performance of the song was the 25,000,000th download from Apple (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Apple_Computer)'s online music service iTunes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/ITunes).
Vaughn Monroe (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vaughn_Monroe)'s version played as the credits song during the first two Die Hard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Die_Hard_(franchise)) films, both set during Christmas Eves.
Jessica Simpson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jessica_Simpson)'s version, recorded for her Rejoyce: The Christmas Album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rejoyce:_The_Christmas_Album) in 2004 (see 2004 in music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/2004_in_music)) and produced by Billy Mann (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billy_Mann), was the album's first single, and made the top twenty of the Adult Contemporary (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Adult_Contemporary) chart. The Italian singer Irene Grandi recorded in 2008 a personal version, sung in English.
The song was also covered by Vonda Shepard in 2000 for Ally McBeal (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ally_McBeal),you can find that version on the album "A Very Ally Christmas".
In 2006, Bette Midler (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bette_Midler) and Johnny Mathis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Mathis) recorded the song as a medley with Winter Wonderland (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Winter_Wonderland) for Bette's album Cool Yule (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cool_Yule).
The Irish group Celtic Woman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Celtic_Woman) recorded the song as a special bonus track on its 2006 album Celtic Woman: A Christmas Celebration (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Celtic_Woman:_A_Christmas_Celebration).
The song was covered by Carly Simon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carly_Simon) but was sung from the point of view of the host instead of the guest.
Kylie Minogue (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kylie_Minogue) released her own version of the track on iTunes in 2010.

12-19-2010, 02:37 PM
Silver Bells

Nancy Wilson with Dizzy Gillespie
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEls510GKe8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEls510GKe8&feature=related)

12-19-2010, 02:39 PM
Cool Yule

Kurt Elling vocal

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiXGBEHzS5k&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiXGBEHzS5k&feature=related)

12-24-2010, 02:34 PM
Cool Yule

Louis Armstrong
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFBbLHZD7qA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFBbLHZD7qA)

12-24-2010, 02:36 PM
The Christmas Song

Dexter Gordon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvKb7lshYds (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvKb7lshYds)

12-24-2010, 02:39 PM
Winter Wonderland

Chet Baker
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxHuFWi2Zcw&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxHuFWi2Zcw&feature=related)

12-24-2010, 02:42 PM
Have a great Christmas, Whitey!

12-24-2010, 02:55 PM
Santa Claus Is Comin To own

Bill Evans piano solo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohFNLF_8Dik&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohFNLF_8Dik&feature=related)

12-24-2010, 02:56 PM
Have a great Christmas, Whitey!
Have a great Christmas be heaLTHY!
Whiey :)

12-24-2010, 02:59 PM
I'll Be Home for Christmas

Herbie Hacock and Eliane Elias piano duet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i4FtAe75SA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_i4FtAe75SA)

12-24-2010, 03:02 PM

written by Horace Silver

performed by Norah Jones on Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz NPR radio show

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmtYs_k8WOE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmtYs_k8WOE)

12-25-2010, 02:26 PM
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

Kenny Burrell guitar feature

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzarjwkPPPs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zzarjwkPPPs)

12-25-2010, 02:32 PM
A Child is Born

written and performed by Thad Jones

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FU-8-noAy0&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FU-8-noAy0&feature=related)

12-27-2010, 03:28 PM
I Never Knew

John Coltrane with Kenny Burrell ert. al.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oufgQARY3JQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oufgQARY3JQ)

12-27-2010, 03:31 PM

John Coltrane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m2HN2y0yV8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m2HN2y0yV8&feature=related)

12-27-2010, 03:32 PM
Cousin Mary

John Coltrane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuEx-qHeU90 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuEx-qHeU90)

12-29-2010, 01:56 PM

Written and performed by John Coltrane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLAq0XhXG8E&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLAq0XhXG8E&feature=related)

Naima is a ballad (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ballad) composed by John Coltrane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Coltrane) in 1959, and named after his then-wife, Juanita Naima Grubbs (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Juanita_Naima_Grubbs&action=edit&redlink=1). It first appeared on the album Giant Steps (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Giant_Steps), and is notable for its use of a variety of rich chords over a bass pedal (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pedal_point). It is mainly made up of a slow, restrained melody, though there is also a brief piano solo.
One of Coltrane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Coltrane)'s most famous compositions[citation needed (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Citation_needed)], he recorded it numerous times. "Naima" also appears on Live! at the Village Vanguard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live!_at_the_Village_Vanguard), The Complete Copenhagen Concert (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Complete_Copenhagen_Concert), Afro-Blue Impressions (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Afro-Blue_Impressions), Live at the Village Vanguard Again! (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_at_the_Village_Vanguard_Again!), among other albums. "Naima" has since become something of a jazz standard, covered (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Covered) by many other musicians including:

McCoy Tyner (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/McCoy_Tyner) – on Echoes of a Friend (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Echoes_of_a_Friend) (1972), The Greeting (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Greeting) (1978), Things Ain't What They Used To Be (1989), etc.
John McLaughlin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_McLaughlin_(musician)) – on Love Devotion Surrender (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Love_Devotion_Surrender) (with Carlos Santana (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carlos_Santana), 1973), and on After The Rain (1995)
Maynard Ferguson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maynard_Ferguson) – Hot (1979)
Art Ensemble of Chicago (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Art_Ensemble_of_Chicago) on Dreaming of the Masters Suite (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dreaming_of_the_Masters_Suite) (1991)
David Murray (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/David_Murray_(jazz_musician)) – with Dave Burrell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Burrell), on Windward Passages (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Windward_Passages_(Black_Saint)) (1993) and on Octet Plays Trane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Octet_Plays_Trane) (2000)
Pharoah Sanders (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pharoah_Sanders) – Crescent With Love (1992), etc.
Derek Trucks Band (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Derek_Trucks_Band) – on his first album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Derek_Trucks_Band_(album)), (1997)
Arthur Blythe (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Arthur_Blythe) – on In the Tradition (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/In_the_Tradition_(Arthur_Blythe_album)) (1979) and Blythe Byte (2001)
Tom Scott (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tom_Scott_(musician)) – Honeysuckle Breeze (1968)
Lonnie Liston Smith (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lonnie_Liston_Smith) – Afro Blue
Victor Wooten (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Victor_Wooten) – on What Did He Say? (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/What_Did_He_Say%3F)
Thom Rotella (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Thom_Rotella&action=edit&redlink=1) – Platinum Melodies (1996)[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
Herbie Hancock (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Hancock), Michael Brecker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Michael_Brecker) and Roy Hargrove (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Roy_Hargrove) – on Directions in Music: Live at Massey Hall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Directions_in_Music:_Live_at_Massey_Hall) (2002)
Vato Negro (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Vato_Negro&action=edit&redlink=1) live quartet of Juan Alderete (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Juan_Alderete), Adrian Terrazas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Adrian_Terrazas), Money Mark (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Money_Mark) and Cedric Bixler (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cedric_Bixler) (2008)
Aidan Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Aidan_Baker) – Passing Thru (2010)
Jaco Pastorius (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jaco_Pastorius) – in the video Modern Electric Bass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Modern_Electric_Bass)
Alex Bugnon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alex_Bugnon) – As Promised (2000)[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)

12-29-2010, 10:05 PM
Watermelon Man

Moles Davis, Live

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCKKwjDc7h0&feature=player_embedded (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCKKwjDc7h0&feature=player_embedded)#!

12-30-2010, 10:27 AM

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxitPHmm6vc&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxitPHmm6vc&feature=related)

12-30-2010, 08:58 PM

Trudy Pitts on organ and vocals
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbA7nDS2aNI&feature=player_embedded (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbA7nDS2aNI&feature=player_embedded)#!

Trudy passed away 11 days ago.

12-31-2010, 02:03 PM
Take 5

Trudy Pitts on Hammond Organ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCCPsxEQZWo&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCCPsxEQZWo&feature=related)

12-31-2010, 02:06 PM
What Are You Doing New Year's Eve

Nancy Wilson

Diana Krall

Ella Fitzgerald
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYkjz-6nic8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYkjz-6nic8)

Lena Horne
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDvM6yb0Jvw&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDvM6yb0Jvw&feature=related)

Johnny Mathis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7Kipl5jEM8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g7Kipl5jEM8&feature=related)

12-31-2010, 02:19 PM
Auld Lang Syne

Arethra Franklin and Billy Preston
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4U9zXXRiTVA&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4U9zXXRiTVA&feature=related)

12-31-2010, 03:00 PM
Happy New Year

Carmen Lundy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1iAly8Uz8A (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1iAly8Uz8A)

12-31-2010, 03:06 PM
What Are You Doing New Year's Eve

Lou Rawls
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0Apm-DvWWM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_0Apm-DvWWM)

01-03-2011, 04:32 AM
Feel Like Makin Love

Bob James
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-3GG0iFJjA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-3GG0iFJjA)

01-03-2011, 04:37 AM
Beng Beng Beng

Femi Kuti
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKpTYLQ5K9w&feature=player_embedded (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKpTYLQ5K9w&feature=player_embedded)#!

01-03-2011, 04:40 AM
You Don't Know What Love Is

Sonny Rollins
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLFlJIqiMLc&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tLFlJIqiMLc&feature=related)

01-03-2011, 12:40 PM
Good one, Whitey!

Having a good start to the New Year, I hope!

01-03-2011, 01:50 PM

So far so good.:cool:
How about you?


01-04-2011, 01:04 PM
I Want To Talk About You

John Coltrane, Live video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR9ixWP-P9I&feature=player_embedded (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR9ixWP-P9I&feature=player_embedded)#!

01-04-2011, 01:06 PM

Horace Silver
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rDROZr2iLc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rDROZr2iLc)

01-04-2011, 03:02 PM
So far so good! And two more great tracks!

01-05-2011, 01:23 PM
Obituary for Jazz Pianist Billy Taylor

http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2010/dec/30/billy-taylor-obituary (http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2010/dec/30/billy-taylor-obituary)

01-08-2011, 02:43 AM
Love For Sale
written by Cole Porter

sung by Aretha Franklin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hu7oPu0k70U (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hu7oPu0k70U)

01-08-2011, 02:54 AM

Gabor Szabo
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAgx-gHrOAM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yAgx-gHrOAM)

01-09-2011, 05:25 PM

Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsSiOwu5xh4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsSiOwu5xh4)

01-09-2011, 05:32 PM
Afro Blue
written by John Coltrane

performed by Mongo Santa Maria
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbE7jf_Hp5w (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbE7jf_Hp5w)

01-13-2011, 04:18 AM
Compared to What

Written by Eugene McDaniels
Les McCann arrangement
Eddie Harris


01-13-2011, 11:04 PM
Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage


(Couldn't be bothered putting the text in a different colour)

01-15-2011, 02:00 PM
Relaxin at the Camarillo

Charlie Parker
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuuUETjylxE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuuUETjylxE)

01-15-2011, 02:29 PM
Relaxin at the Camarillo

Charlie Parker
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuuUETjylxE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuuUETjylxE)

Great tune, Whitey. Have you heard Joe Henderson's version? I like that one.

01-15-2011, 09:14 PM
Great tune, Whitey. Have you heard Joe Henderson's version? I like that one.

Here's Joe Henderson's live version... worth a listen,


01-16-2011, 08:16 AM
Take Five
Paul Desmond and Dave Brubeck
WOW come on!! you just listed 75% of all my favorite songs! Well then how about this:
Miles Davis - Jeru
Sun Ra - Space is the place (kinda iffy i kno)
Return to Forever - Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy AND Romantic Warriors

01-16-2011, 02:38 PM
Shanghai Shuffle
Fletcher Henderson

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMTnr5tzgP4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMTnr5tzgP4)

01-17-2011, 01:32 PM
WOW come on!! you just listed 75% of all my favorite songs! Well then how about this:
Miles Davis - Jeru
Sun Ra - Space is the place (kinda iffy i kno)
Return to Forever - Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy AND Romantic Warriors

I think I may have listed those earlier as I have Miles, Sun Ra, and Chick Corea RTF links posted. Feel free to add your own links. Even if we have multiple posts for the same song, it doesn''t matter. They are good tunes and it doesn't hurt to have several versions. Links sometimes stop working as well.

Whitey :)

01-17-2011, 01:38 PM
Lester Leaps In

Gil Evans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDD-ocHgiXs&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDD-ocHgiXs&feature=related)

01-17-2011, 01:53 PM
Lester Leaps In

Gil Evans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDD-ocHgiXs&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hDD-ocHgiXs&feature=related)

I was never a big Gil Evans fan; for me, his stuff was overly orchestrated, although he certainly helped make Miles Davis more popular....

01-21-2011, 01:18 PM
I was never a big Gil Evans fan; for me, his stuff was overly orchestrated, although he certainly helped make Miles Davis more popular....

Yes, that is the music he is probably most noted for, his collaboration with Miles Davis.

01-21-2011, 01:21 PM
Love Me or Leave Me

Nina Simone
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEQpipS_qfc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEQpipS_qfc)

01-21-2011, 01:25 PM
My Baby Just Cares for Me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYSbUOoq4Vg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYSbUOoq4Vg)
Nina Simone

01-21-2011, 01:34 PM
Old Jim Crow

Nina Simone
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb7dZ1DzvMU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb7dZ1DzvMU)

01-22-2011, 09:00 PM
You're Mine You

J.J. Johnson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3la4vSC24z8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3la4vSC24z8&feature=related)

01-24-2011, 01:26 PM
My Little Brown Book

Duke Ellington and John Coltrane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J0ZpJMQjDo&feature=player_embedded (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J0ZpJMQjDo&feature=player_embedded)

01-26-2011, 12:18 PM
Flood In Franklin Park

Grant Green
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbEPnC17re0&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbEPnC17re0&feature=related)

01-26-2011, 12:20 PM
Speak Low

Hank Mobley and Lee Morgan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AvWEoL7TB0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AvWEoL7TB0)

01-26-2011, 12:22 PM
Country Preacher

Cannonball Adderley (live)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwvWKcNE0cI&feature=player_embedded (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwvWKcNE0cI&feature=player_embedded)

01-29-2011, 12:50 PM
Harlem Nocturne

Duke Ellington
Randy Brooks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyRLTMwvCyk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyRLTMwvCyk)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIkekMoEQY4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIkekMoEQY4)

The Viscounts hit record
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfAv8yAaHps (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KfAv8yAaHps)

"Harlem Nocturne" is a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) written by Earle Hagen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Earle_Hagen) and Dick Rogers in 1939.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-CNN-0) The song was adopted by bandleader Randy Brooks (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Randy_Brooks_(big_band_leader)) the next year as his theme song.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Marsh-1)
"Harlem Nocturne" has been frequently recorded. Artists include the Glenn Miller Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Glenn_Miller_Orchestra),[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-McLellan-2), The Lounge Lizards (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Lounge_Lizards), Duke Ellington (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Duke_Ellington), Harry James (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Harry_James), Earl Bostic (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Earl_Bostic), King Curtis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/King_Curtis), Anton Szandor LaVey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anton_Szandor_LaVey), Herbie Fields (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Fields),[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Marsh-1), Willy Deville (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Willy_Deville), David Sanborn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/David_Sanborn)[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4), and guitarist Danny Gatton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Danny_Gatton)[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5) The song peaked at #39 on the Billboard Hot 100 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_Hot_100) chart in 1966 for The Viscounts (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Viscounts_(US)).[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Marsh-1), Michael Lington (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Michael_Lington)[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-6)
In 1990, pianist Kofi gained popularity in the instrumental world for her cover from the album of the same name "Harlem Nocturne."[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-7)
It was also the theme song for the television series Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mickey_Spillane%27s_Mike_Hammer).[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-McLellan-2)

01-29-2011, 12:57 PM

01-29-2011, 01:04 PM
They Can't Take That Away From Me

Louis Armstrong with Ella Fitzgerald
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExmoiGZuiFQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExmoiGZuiFQ)

"They Can't Take That Away from Me" is a 1937 song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) (see 1937 in music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1937_in_music)) written by George Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Gershwin) and Ira Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ira_Gershwin) and introduced by Fred Astaire (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fred_Astaire) in the 1937 film Shall We Dance (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shall_We_Dance_(1937_film)).
The song is performed by Astaire on the foggy deck of the ferry from New Jersey to Manhattan. It is sung to Ginger Rogers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ginger_Rogers), who remains silent listening throughout. No dance sequence follows, which was unusual for the Astaire-Rogers numbers. Astaire and Rogers did dance to it later in their last movie The Barkleys of Broadway (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Barkleys_of_Broadway) (1949) in which they played a married couple with marital issues. The song, in the context of Shall We Dance, notes some of the things that Peter (Astaire) will miss about Linda (Rogers). The lyrics include "the way you wear your hat, the way you sip your tea", and "the way you hold your knife, the way we danced till three." Each verse is followed by the line "no, no, they can't take that away from me." The basic meaning of the song is that even if the lovers part, though physically separated the memories cannot be forced from them. Thus it is a song of mixed joy and sadness.
The verse references the song "The Song is Ended (but the Melody Lingers On) (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Song_is_Ended_(but_the_Melody_Lingers_On))" by Irving Berlin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Irving_Berlin):
Our romance won't end on a sorrowful note, though by tomorrow you're gone. The song is ended, but as the songwriter wrote, 'the melody lingers on.' They may take you from me, I'll miss your fond caress, but though they take you from me I'll still possess....George Gershwin died two months after the film's release, and he was posthumously nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Academy_Award_for_Best_Original_Song) at the 1937 Oscars.
The song is featured in Kenneth Branagh's musical version of Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost (2000).
Notable recordings

Fred Astaire (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fred_Astaire) - recorded March 18, 1937 with Johnny Green (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Green) and His Orchestra, LA 1272-B — 3:06
Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday) - recorded in New York on June 30, 1937, Columbia C3L 37 — 3:03
Charlie Parker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker) - Charlie Parker with Strings (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker_with_Strings) (1949)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) and Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) - Ella and Louis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_and_Louis) (1956)
Anita O'Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anita_O%27Day) - Anita Sings the Most (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anita_Sings_the_Most) (1957)
Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan) - Swingin' Easy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Swingin%27_Easy) (1957), Gershwin Live! (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gershwin_Live!) (1982)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) - Ella Fitzgerald Sings the George and Ira Gershwin Songbook (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald_Sings_the_George_and_Ira_Gershwin_Songbook) (1959)
Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) - Sinatra and Swingin' Brass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sinatra_and_Swingin%27_Brass) (1962) — 1:58
Nancy Walker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nancy_Walker) performed the song on The Muppet Show (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Muppet_Show) (1977/78)
June Christy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/June_Christy) - A Lovely Way to Spend An Evening (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Lovely_Way_to_Spend_an_Evening_(album)) (1986)
Harry Groener (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Harry_Groener) - Crazy for You (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Crazy_for_You) (1992)
Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) and Natalie Cole (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Natalie_Cole) - Duets (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Duets_(Frank_Sinatra_album)) (1993)
Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett) - Steppin' Out (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Steppin%27_Out_(Tony_Bennett_album)) (1993), MTV Unplugged: Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/MTV_Unplugged:_Tony_Bennett) (1995)
John Pizzarelli (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Pizzarelli) - After Hours (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/After_Hours) (1996)
Diana Krall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diana_Krall) - Love Scenes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Love_Scenes_(Diana_Krall_album)) (1997)
Stacey Kent (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stacey_Kent) - "Let Yourself Go (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Let_Yourself_Go)"" (1999)
Jamie Cullum (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jamie_Cullum) - Heard It All Before (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Heard_It_All_Before) (1999)
Smoke City (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Smoke_City)- Red Hot + Rhapsody (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_Hot_%2B_Rhapsody) (1998)
Robbie Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Robbie_Williams) and Rupert Everett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rupert_Everett) - Swing When You're Winning (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Swing_When_You%27re_Winning) (2001)
Rod Stewart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rod_Stewart) - It Had to Be You: The Great American Songbook (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/It_Had_to_Be_You:_The_Great_American_Songbook) (2002)
Sal Viviano (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Sal_Viviano&action=edit&redlink=1) - The Standards Of Love (2008)
Alison Balsom (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alison_Balsom) (trumpet) and Sarah Connelly (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Sarah_Connelly&action=edit&redlink=1) (mezzo-soprano) - arrangement by Barry Forgie (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Barry_Forgie&action=edit&redlink=1) performed at the Last Night of the Proms (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Last_Night_of_the_Proms) at the Royal Albert Hall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Royal_Albert_Hall), London on 12 September 2009
Brian Wilson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Brian_Wilson) - Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Brian_Wilson_Reimagines_Gershwin) (2010)

01-29-2011, 01:08 PM
Liberated Brother

written and performed by Horace Silver
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8tS9jbKYnQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8tS9jbKYnQ)

01-29-2011, 01:17 PM

Everything Jobim wrote seems to have become a standard...
the man could not write a bad song!

01-30-2011, 11:04 AM
Reflections In Blue

Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbyPIgjP_5I&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbyPIgjP_5I&feature=related)

01-30-2011, 11:07 AM
Split Kick

Art Blakey Quintet

Art Blakey, Clifford Brown, Horace Silver, Lou Donaldson, Curly Russel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlMIqZx4Eq4&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlMIqZx4Eq4&feature=related)

02-03-2011, 12:51 PM
On Green Dolphin Street

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrVnm66joQk&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrVnm66joQk&feature=related)

02-04-2011, 12:56 PM
Just Friends

Charlie Parker with strings

Sarah Vaughan sings it with the Count Basie Orchestra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koE_FKks1Us (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koE_FKks1Us)

"Just Friends" is a popular song that has become a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard). The song was written in 1931 by John Klenner (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=John_Klenner&action=edit&redlink=1) with lyrics by Sam M. Lewis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sam_M._Lewis). Although introduced by Red McKenzie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_McKenzie) and His Orchestra in October 1931, it first became a hit when singer Russ Columbo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Russ_Columbo) performed it with Leonard Joy (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Leonard_Joy&action=edit&redlink=1)’s Orchestra in 1932. It charted again the same year in a version by Ben Selvin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ben_Selvin) and His Orchestra and has been recorded often since.
In 1987, guitarist Larry Coryell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Larry_Coryell) covered the song from his album "Toku Do."[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

Notable Recordings

Chet Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Baker) - The Best of Chet Baker Sings
Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday) - The Complete Billie Holiday on Verve 1945 - 1959
Charlie Parker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker) - Charlie Parker with Strings (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker_with_Strings)

02-05-2011, 01:19 PM

Clark Terry


Clark Terry sings his version of scat.


Scat singing is a style of jazz singing without real words, where the human voice is made to sound like a musical instrument.

Nonsense syllables replace intelligible words, and singers use their voices as instruments.

This "voice-as-instrument" jazz technique was reputedly invented by Louis Armstrong during the recording of his piece "Heebie Jeebies" in 1925.

Armstrong popularised scatting and had illustrious followers in the 1930s - Cab Calloway, Leo Watson and Ella Fitzgerald.

This singing style evolved as the general jazz scene developed, and singers suited their styles to the music of their times.

In the mid-1940s bebop era, Jon Hendricks and Sarah Vaughan adopted bebop-scat in their presentations.

In the 1940s and 1950s, Ella Fitzgerald scat-improvised to match the players of the saxophone, trumpet and other instruments.

In the 1960s, the Swingle Singers, a Parisian ensemble of eight, elevated scatting to the classical concert stage with popular scat arrangements of familiar classical themes.

And in the 1980s, Betty Carter and Kurt Elling raised the sophistication of scatting to new heights while adding all sorts of unusual vocal sounds.

02-06-2011, 01:45 PM
Heebie Jeebies

Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EL7XyME-k8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EL7XyME-k8)

02-06-2011, 01:47 PM
One Note Samba

Ella Fitzgerald scat singing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbL9vr4Q2LU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbL9vr4Q2LU)

02-06-2011, 01:50 PM
The Scat Song

Cab Calloway
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZTuYLj5dbk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZTuYLj5dbk)

02-06-2011, 01:55 PM
I've Got Rhythm

The Five Spirits of Rhythm (Scat Singing by Leo Watson)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FINsk3LzVpM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FINsk3LzVpM)

02-06-2011, 01:59 PM

John Hendricks with Dizzy Gillespie scatting, also including some VERY COOL mouth harp playing
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAGG8GLeYOQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAGG8GLeYOQ)

02-06-2011, 02:09 PM
Bluesy Scatting

Sarah Vaughan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnh5Tyx2hT8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnh5Tyx2hT8)

02-06-2011, 02:16 PM
April In Paris

Count Basie Orchestra classic
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQCA9dnxS5Y (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQCA9dnxS5Y)

Kurt Elling vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQqyaJxnD60&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQqyaJxnD60&feature=related)

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/f/fe/%22April_in_Paris%22_refrain.png/300px-%22April_in_Paris%22_refrain.png (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:%22April_in_Paris%22_refrain.png) http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.5/common/images/magnify-clip.png (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:%22April_in_Paris%22_refrain.png)
"April in Paris" refrain (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Refrain), mm.8-11.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/8/8a/Loudspeaker.svg/11px-Loudspeaker.svg.png (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:%22April_in_Paris%22_refrain.mid) Play (http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/7/70/%22April_in_Paris%22_refrain.mid) (help (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Media_help)·info (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:%22April_in_Paris%22_refrain.mid))

"April in Paris"Music byVernon Duke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vernon_Duke)Lyrics byE.Y. Harburg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/E.Y._Harburg)Published1932LanguageEnglish (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/English_language)Recorded byLouis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong)
Count Basie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Count_Basie) (1955)
Doris Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doris_Day)
Tommy Dorsey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tommy_Dorsey)
Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald)
Benny Goodman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Benny_Goodman)
Coleman Hawkins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Coleman_Hawkins)
Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday)
Dean Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dean_Martin)
Glenn Miller (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Glenn_Miller)
Thelonious Monk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thelonious_Monk)
Charlie Parker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker)
Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra)
Dinah Shore (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dinah_Shore)
Kurt Elling (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kurt_Elling)
Alex Chilton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alex_Chilton)
Dawn Upshaw (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dawn_Upshaw) and Nina Simone.
"April in Paris" is a song composed by Vernon Duke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vernon_Duke) with lyrics by E. Y. Harburg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/E._Y._Harburg) in 1932 for the Broadway musical, Walk A Little Faster (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Walk_A_Little_Faster). The original 1933 hit was performed by Freddy Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Freddy_Martin), and the 1952 remake (inspired by the movie of the same name) was by the Sauter-Finegan Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sauter-Finegan_Orchestra), whose version made the Cashbox Top 50.
Composer Alec Wilder (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alec_Wilder) writes, "There are no two ways about it: this is a perfect theater song. If that sounds too reverent, then I'll reduce the praise to 'perfectly wonderful,' or else say that if it's not perfect, show me why it isn't."[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
It has been performed by many artists, including Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong), Count Basie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Count_Basie), Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans), Charlie Parker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker), Coleman Hawkins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Coleman_Hawkins), Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra), Mary Kaye Trio (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mary_Kaye), Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday), Thelonious Monk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thelonious_Monk), Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald), Benny Goodman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Benny_Goodman), Dinah Shore (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dinah_Shore), Glenn Miller (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Glenn_Miller), Doris Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doris_Day), Alex Chilton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alex_Chilton), Tommy Dorsey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tommy_Dorsey), Blossom Dearie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blossom_Dearie), Wynton Marsalis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wynton_Marsalis), Sal Viviano (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Sal_Viviano&action=edit&redlink=1), and Dawn Upshaw (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dawn_Upshaw). Basie's 1955 recording is the most famous, and that particular performance was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy_Hall_of_Fame).[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) On this recording, trumpeter Thad Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thad_Jones) played his famous "Pop Goes the Weasel (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pop_Goes_the_Weasel)" solo, and Basie directs the band to play the shout chorus "one more time," then "one more once."
The song is also featured in the film Blazing Saddles.

02-07-2011, 12:52 PM
Black and Tan Fantasy
written by Duke Ellington

Thelonious Monk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMlRB02-ed4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMlRB02-ed4)

02-08-2011, 12:25 PM
Spinnin' Wheel

Lonnie Smith

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6Sihz2TRyY&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6Sihz2TRyY&feature=related)

02-08-2011, 11:38 PM
G'day Whitey, once again thankyou for your thread that has brought me to a world of great music and artists, that I never would have encounterd otherwise:)

I have a question that I hope you can answer for me. I really enjoy Wynton Marsalis, but it seems there is a lot negitvity that surrounds him. He seems to polarise the jazz community. Why is this and when did it all start?

Cheers, OzzyMick

02-09-2011, 12:10 PM
G'day Whitey, once again thankyou for your thread that has brought me to a world of great music and artists, that I never would have encounterd otherwise:)

I have a question that I hope you can answer for me. I really enjoy Wynton Marsalis, but it seems there is a lot negitvity that surrounds him. He seems to polarise the jazz community. Why is this and when did it all start?

Cheers, OzzyMick

Well, Mr. Marsalis is probably on of the best current jazz trumpet players, but he seems to have a big opinion of himself that allows him to publically deride other people that he deems as not having talent. Wynton has said that most other musicians have committed the gross sin of entertaining, rather than enlightening, their audience. Not everyone is in agreement with him.

02-09-2011, 12:13 PM

Wynton Marsalis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OtZrIjQuwA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OtZrIjQuwA)

02-09-2011, 12:36 PM
I am NOT a Wynton Marsalis fan at all and it has nothing to do with his overblown ego. He IS tremendously knowledgeable about the history of jazz and the technical aspects of music and its construction, AND, technically-speaking, he is an extremely talented instrumentalist, but to me, his music has no soul.

02-09-2011, 12:54 PM
I am NOT a Wynton Marsalis fan at all and it has nothing to do with his overblown ego. He IS tremendously knowledgeable about the history of jazz and the technical aspects of music and its construction, AND, technically-speaking, he is an extremely talented instrumentalist, but to me, his music has no soul.


I agree with you. I am not a big fan, but I still appreciate listening to him . I think he could have played with more soul if he wanted to. Instead, he concentrated on the more technical and traditional aspects of music.


02-09-2011, 12:56 PM

I agree eith you. But, I think he could have played with more soul if he wanted to. Instead, he concentrated on the more technical aspects of muic.


Perhaps, but we may never know.

02-09-2011, 01:05 PM
It's your Thing

Jazz Crusaders
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkR1yq7AYcc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkR1yq7AYcc)

02-10-2011, 11:02 PM
Well, Mr. Marsalis is probably on of the best current jazz trumpet players, but he seems to have a big opinion of himself that allows him to publically deride other people that he deems as not having talent. Wynton has said that most other musicians have committed the gross sin of entertaining, rather than enlightening, their audience. Not everyone is in agreement with him.

Cheers for putting a few things into context for me Whitey. I guess he's the contrast to our own James Morrison, one of the worlds good blokes.

02-12-2011, 12:54 PM
Put It Where You Want It

The Cruisaders (the band formerly known as the Jazz Crusaders)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiJwBBjMbF8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiJwBBjMbF8&feature=related)

02-12-2011, 12:56 PM
Put It Where You Want It

The Cruisaders (the band formerly known as the Jazz Crusaders)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiJwBBjMbF8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiJwBBjMbF8&feature=related)

Thanks, Whitey!

02-14-2011, 12:18 PM
My Funny Valentine

Hal McIntyre Orchestra with Ruth Gaylor in 1945
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhkiXysbJMk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhkiXysbJMk)

Frank Sinatra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DF7GowH3Mgw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DF7GowH3Mgw)

Chet Baker live in 1959
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slqyIvav4iY&playnext=1&list=PL00091998B3EA5A32 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slqyIvav4iY&playnext=1&list=PL00091998B3EA5A32)

Miles Davis Quintet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HS2BUr83O-8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HS2BUr83O-8)

"My Funny Valentine" is a show tune (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Show_tune) from the 1937 Richard Rodgers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Richard_Rodgers) and Lorenz Hart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lorenz_Hart) musical Babes in Arms (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Babes_in_Arms). After being recorded by Chet Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Baker), Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) and Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis), the song became a popular jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard), appearing on over 1300 albums performed by over 600 artists.


Babes in Arms (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Babes_in_Arms) opened at the Shubert Theatre (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shubert_Theatre_(Broadway)) on Broadway (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadway_theatre), in New York City (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_York_City) on April 14, 1937 and ran for 289 performances.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) In the original play, a character named Billie Smith (played by Mitzi Green (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mitzi_Green)) sings the song to Valentine "Val" LaMar (played by Ray Heatherton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Heatherton)).[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) In the song, Billie pokes fun at some of Valentine's characteristics, but ultimately affirms that he makes her smile and that she doesn't want him to change. The song first hit the charts in 1945, performed by Hal McIntyre (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hal_McIntyre) with vocals by Ruth Gaylor.[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) It only appeared for one week and hit #16.[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)
Notable recordings

The song is part of the Great American Songbook (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Great_American_Songbook) and has had many notable recordings, including:

(1952 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1952_in_music)) Chet Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Baker) had a hit with Gerry Mulligan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gerry_Mulligan).
(1955 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1955_in_music)) Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) included it on his album Songs for Young Lovers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Songs_for_Young_Lovers), and it became a performance favorite.
(1956 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1956_in_music)) Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) sang it on her album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Rodgers & Hart Songbook (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald_Sings_the_Rodgers_%26_Hart_Songbook).
(1956 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1956_in_music)) Jimmy Giuffre (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Giuffre) included it on his album The Jimmy Giuffre Clarinet.
(1958 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1958_in_music)) Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) recorded it on the album 1958 Miles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1958_Miles), demonstrating the modal approach of Davis and pianist Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans). He recorded it again on his 1964 live album My Funny Valentine (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Funny_Valentine_(album)).
(1958 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1958_in_music)) Dolores Duran (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dolores_Duran) sang it on her album A Noite de Dolores (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=A_Noite_de_Dolores&action=edit&redlink=1).
(1966 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1966_in_music)) Kazuko Matsuo (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Kazuko_Matsuo&action=edit&redlink=1) from Sigh of Night.
(1967 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1967_in_music)) The Supremes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Supremes) recorded a version for their album The Supremes Sing Rodgers & Hart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Supremes_Sing_Rodgers_%26_Hart).
(1973 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1973_in_music)) Jerry Garcia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jerry_Garcia) together with keyboard player Merl Saunders (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Merl_Saunders) released it on the album Live at the Keystone (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Live_at_the_Keystone&action=edit&redlink=1), providing a psychedelic reading of the tune.
(1985 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1985_in_music)) Singer songwriter Nico (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nico) recorded it on the album Camera Obscura (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Camera_Obscura_(album)), a singular jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) standard on an album of progressive jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_fusion), rock (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rock_music) and electronica (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Electronica).
(1986) Linda Ronstadt (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Linda_Ronstadt) played it on her album For Sentimental Reasons (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/For_Sentimental_Reasons_(Linda_Ronstadt_album)).
(1987) Guitarist Larry Coryell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Larry_Coryell) performed a cover from the album Toku Do.[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4)
(1995) Rachelle Ferrell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rachelle_Ferrell) performed this song in her album First Instrument.
(1995) This song was included in the Original Motion Picture soundtrack "Waiting to Exhale (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Waiting_to_Exhale)", and was performed by Chaka Khan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chaka_Khan).
(1996) Dianne Reeves (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dianne_Reeves) performed this song in her album '"The Palo Alto Sessions 1981-1985.
(1999) The french singer-songwriter Damien Saez (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Damien_Saez) performed this song in his album Jours Etranges.
(2002) Guitarist Chuck Loeb (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chuck_Loeb) covered the song from his album My Shining Hour.[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5)
(2002) Contemporary jazz-fusion group Pieces of a Dream (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pieces_of_a_Dream_(band)) covered the song from their album Love's Silhouette.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-6)
(2003) Trumpeter Chris Botti (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chris_Botti) covered the song from album A Thousand Kisses Deep (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Thousand_Kisses_Deep).[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-7)[9] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-8)
(2008) Sal Viviano (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Sal_Viviano&action=edit&redlink=1) included it on his live symphonic album The Standards Of Love.
(2009) Joshua Bell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joshua_Bell) and singer Kristin Chenoweth (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kristin_Chenoweth) covered the song on the album At Home with Friends.
(2011) Jenna Ushkowitz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jenna_Ushkowitz) sings this song in Fox series Glee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Glee_(TV_series))

02-15-2011, 12:06 PM
Midnight Sun
music by Lionel Hampton and Sonny Burke
lyrics by Johnny Mercer

Ella Fitzgerald vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-f53xo_NNF8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-f53xo_NNF8)

"Midnight Sun" (1954) was originally an instrumental composed by Lionel Hampton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lionel_Hampton) and Sonny Burke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sonny_Burke) in 1947 and is now considered a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard). Subsequently, Johnny Mercer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Mercer) wrote the words to the song. One famous recording of the song with the Mercer lyrics is by Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) on her album Like Someone in Love (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Like_Someone_in_Love_(Ella_Fitzgerald_album)) (1957).

Story behind the lyrics

According to Phillip Furia,[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) Johnny Mercer was driving along the freeway from Palm Springs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Palm_Springs,_California) to Hollywood (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hollywood), California (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/California), when he heard the instrumental on his car radio and started to set words to the song as he drove.

Notable recordings

Original instrumental recording by the Lionel Hampton Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lionel_Hampton) in 1947 (Decca L 4546, 1947)

Dee Dee Bridgewater (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dee_Dee_Bridgewater) - Live at Yoshi's (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_at_Yoshi%27s_(Dee_Dee_Bridgewater_album)) (1998)
June Christy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/June_Christy) - Something Cool (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Something_Cool) (1954), Road Show (1959), A Lovely Way to Spend An Evening (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Lovely_Way_to_Spend_an_Evening_(album)) (1986)
Bob Dorough (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bob_Dorough) - Devil May Care (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Devil_May_Care_(Bob_Dorough_album)&action=edit&redlink=1) (1956)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) - Like Someone in Love (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Like_Someone_in_Love_(Ella_Fitzgerald_album)) (1957) and Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Johnny Mercer Songbook (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald_Sings_the_Johnny_Mercer_Songbook) (1964)
Al Jarreau (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Al_Jarreau) - Accentuate the Positive (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Accentuate_the_Positive_(album)) (2004)
Dianne Reeves (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dianne_Reeves) - When you know (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=When_you_know&action=edit&redlink=1) (2008)
Diane Schuur (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diane_Schuur) and Maynard Ferguson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maynard_Ferguson) - Swingin' for Schuur (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Swingin%27_for_Schuur) (2001)
Jo Stafford (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jo_Stafford) - Jo + Jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jo_%2B_Jazz) (1960)
Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan) - Sarah Sings Soulfully (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Sings_Soulfully) (1963)
Mel Tormé (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mel_Torm%C3%A9) - A Vintage Year (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Vintage_Year) (1987)
Weather Report (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Weather_Report) - live concert in Offenbach (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Offenbach), Germany (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Germany), 1978

02-16-2011, 12:34 PM
On Green Dolphin Street

JOHN COLTRANE-sax tenore
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrVnm66joQk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrVnm66joQk)

Sarah Vaughan vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHp0IvAEFMQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHp0IvAEFMQ)

"On Green Dolphin Street" (aka "Green Dolphin Street") is a popular song written in 1947 by Bronislau Kaper (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bronis%C5%82aw_Kaper) with lyrics by Ned Washington (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ned_Washington). The song was composed for the film, Green Dolphin Street (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Green_Dolphin_Street) and became well known as a jazz standard after Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) and others recorded it.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

02-17-2011, 12:07 PM
Straight, No Chaser
by Thelonious Monk

Thelonious Monk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVb9e1DgKJ4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVb9e1DgKJ4)

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pthTtLZINHQ&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pthTtLZINHQ&feature=related)

Cannonball Adderley
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZsOTLJ9iD8&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZsOTLJ9iD8&feature=related)

Buddy Rich (fast tempo)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rm-A6bGhiE&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rm-A6bGhiE&feature=related)

"Straight, No Chaser" is a wonderful songjazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) composed by Thelonious Monk (http://Thelonious Monk). It was first recorded on Monk's Blue Note Sessions (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thelonious_Monk_Blue_Note_Sessions) in 1951. It has been recorded numerous times by Monk and others and is one of Monk's most covered songs.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-jazzstandards.com-0)

Music educator Mark C. Gridley wrote about Monk's composition style: "Monk employed simple compositional devices with very original results. His ‘Straight, No Chaser’ involves basically only one idea played again and again, each time in a different part of the measure and with a different ending."[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
Carmen McRae (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carmen_McRae) recorded a vocal version of the tune in 1988, with words by Sally Swisher. The McRae version was titled "Get It Straight".[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-jazzstandards.com-0)

[hide (http://forum.xnxx.com/#)]

1 Personnel (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Personnel)
2 Renditions (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Renditions)

2.1 By Monk (http://forum.xnxx.com/#By_Monk)
2.2 By others (http://forum.xnxx.com/#By_others)

3 Notes (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Notes)

By Monk

Genius of Modern Music: Volume 2 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Genius_of_Modern_Music:_Volume_2) (1952)
5 by Monk by 5 (1959)
Monk in Tokyo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Monk_in_Tokyo) (1963)
Miles & Monk at Newport (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_%26_Monk_at_Newport) (1963)
Live at the It Club (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_at_the_It_Club) (1964)
Live at the Jazz Workshop (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_at_the_Jazz_Workshop) (1964)
Straight, No Chaser (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Straight,_No_Chaser_(Thelonious_Monk_album)) (1966)
By others

Milestones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Milestones_(Miles_Davis_album)) (1958) by Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis)
1958 Miles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1958_Miles) (1958) by Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis)
The Cannonball Adderley Quintet in San Francisco (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Cannonball_Adderley_Quintet_in_San_Francisco) (1959) by Cannonball Adderley (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cannonball_Adderley)
Great Jazz Standards (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Great_Jazz_Standards) (1959) by Gil Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gil_Evans)
Bouncing with Bud (1962) by Bud Powell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bud_Powell)
What's New (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/What%27s_New_(Bill_Evans_album)) (1969) by Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans)
The Quintessence (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Quintessence) (1961) by Quincy Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quincy_Jones)
Sound Pieces (1966) by Oliver Nelson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oliver_Nelson)
Stolen Moments (1975) by Oliver Nelson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oliver_Nelson)
Carmen Sings Monk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carmen_Sings_Monk) (1988) by Carmen McRae (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carmen_McRae)
My Foolish Heart (2001) by Keith Jarrett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Keith_Jarrett)
Standards (2006) by David Benoit (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/David_Benoit_(musician))[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)

02-18-2011, 12:14 PM
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy
by Joe Zawinul (Cannonball's keyboard player)

Cannonball Adderley Quintet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRrFWp4DUho (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRrFWp4DUho)

Buddy Rich
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDhKty0gz6Q (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDhKty0gz6Q)

The Buckinghams
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyfJfxLr3RU&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YyfJfxLr3RU&feature=related)

Maynard Ferguson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ws-J8_8VxQ&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ws-J8_8VxQ&feature=related)

"Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" is a song written by Joe Zawinul (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joe_Zawinul) in 1966 for Julian "Cannonball" Adderley (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julian_%22Cannonball%22_Adderley) and his album Mercy, Mercy, Mercy! Live at 'The Club' (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mercy,_Mercy,_Mercy!_Live_at_%27The_Club%27). The song is the title track of the album and became a surprise[citation needed (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Citation_needed)] hit, reaching #11 on the Billboard charts (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_charts), and has been re-recorded numerous times, occasionally with added lyrics. It has now become a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) performed by both beginning and advanced jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) musicians.
The theme of the song on the original recording is performed by Joe Zawinul (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joe_Zawinul) himself playing it on a Wurlitzer electric piano (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wurlitzer_electric_piano) previously used by Ray Charles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Charles).[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

02-19-2011, 05:11 AM
Whisper Not
by Benny Golson

Lee Morgan
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRgR9StLyaQ&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRgR9StLyaQ&feature=related)

02-20-2011, 01:02 PM
by Benny Golson

Benny Golson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yn3L6ikBK9A (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yn3L6ikBK9A)

James Moody
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JpY58_E5Fk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JpY58_E5Fk)

02-20-2011, 02:00 PM
Excellent run lately, Whitey!

02-21-2011, 01:06 PM
Here's That Rainy Day

Frank Sinatra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvJ5yPD0l9o (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvJ5yPD0l9o)

Bill Evans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJzIvj9IKcM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJzIvj9IKcM)

Freddie Hubbard
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIIxItZz_kg&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qIIxItZz_kg&feature=related)

Wes Montgomery
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-rjvoZOaos&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-rjvoZOaos&feature=related)

"Here's That Rainy Day" is a popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music) song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) with music by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen) and lyrics by Johnny Burke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Burke_(lyricist)), published in 1953. It was introduced by Dolores Gray (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dolores_Gray) in the Broadway musical (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadway_musical) Carnival in Flanders (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carnival_in_Flanders_(musical)). [1] (http://www.songsbysinatra.com/songs/a2z/a2z_main.html)
The song has been recorded by many jazz and pop singers, including Tony Bennett, Dee Dee Bridgewater, The Stan Kenton Orchestra, June Christy, Rosemary Clooney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rosemary_Clooney), Perry Como, Vic Damone, Billy Eckstine, Ella Fitzgerald, Lou Rawls, Astrud Gilberto (with Stan Getz), Lena Horne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lena_Horne), Phyllis Hyman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Phyllis_Hyman), Jack Jones, Steve Lawrence, Peggy Lee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peggy_Lee), Kenny Rankin, Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra), Mel Torme, Sarah Vaughan and Andy Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andy_Williams). It is also a favorite of jazz instrumentalists, with renditions by Joe Pass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joe_Pass), Gene Ammons, Chet Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Baker), Ray Brown, Dave Brubeck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Brubeck), Paul Desmond, Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans), Art Farmer, Freddie Hubbard, Wes Montgomery (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wes_Montgomery), Art Pepper (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Art_Pepper), Oscar Peterson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oscar_Peterson), Toots Thielemans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Toots_Thielemans), Alvin "Red" Tyler, L.A. Jazz Quintet and McCoy Tyner, among many others.
Frank Sinatra seems to have especially liked "Here's That Rainy Day." He recorded it on March 25, 1959 for the Capitol album "No One Cares (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/No_One_Cares)," arranged and conducted by Gordon Jenkins. [2] (http://www.songsbysinatra.com/songs/a2z/a2z_main.html) He also performed it on two of his television shows—first on a Timex (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Timex) sponsored show entitled "The Frank Sinatra Timex Show: An Afternoon with Frank Sinatra," broadcast on December 13, 1959. In this performance, he sings it in front of a jazz sextet on a night club set. [1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
The second time he performed it on TV was November 18, 1973. Since 1965 he had been doing one television special a year—this one followed a two year break for his retirement.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) The show, "Ol' Blue Eyes Is Back," features "Here's That Rainy Day" in a dramatic, moody set–piece medley with "Last Night When We Were Young" and "Violets for Your Furs." Here the set is an empty, almost abstract bar with a slowly turning fan overhead. Sinatra makes the three songs into a dramatic statement.(See the show on [3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2))
Sinatra also performed the song during three concerts in 1974, at Caesar's Palace, in Philadelphia and Sarasota, New York. [4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)
Former late-night talk show host Johnny Carson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Carson) said that "Here's That Rainy Day" was his favorite ballad. Carson and Bette Midler (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bette_Midler) famously sang the song on the next-to-last show of The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Tonight_Show_with_Johnny_Carson) on May 21, 1992. After Carson's death in 2005, Doc Severinsen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doc_Severinsen), Tommy Newsom (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tommy_Newsom), and Ed Shaughnessy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ed_Shaughnessy) performed the song along with Paul Shaffer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paul_Shaffer) and the CBS Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/CBS_Orchestra) on Late Show with David Letterman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Late_Show_with_David_Letterman)[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4).
Other Notable Recordings

June Christy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/June_Christy) - Something Broadway, Something Latin (1965)
Astrud Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Astrud_Gilberto)
Phyllis Hyman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Phyllis_Hyman) - Somewhere in My Lifetime (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Somewhere_in_My_Lifetime) (1978 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1978))
Jack Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jack_Jones_(singer)) - Where Love Has Gone (1964 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1964))
Chelsea Krombach (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chelsea_Krombach) performed the song for her debut album Look for the Silver Lining.
Modern Jazz Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Modern_Jazz_Quartet)
Art Pepper (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Art_Pepper) - Winter Moon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Winter_Moon_(Art_Pepper_album)) (1980 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1980))
Sue Raney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sue_Raney) - All By Myself (1964)
Kenny Rogers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Rogers)

02-22-2011, 01:56 PM
Five Spot After Dark

by Benny Golson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BlHRPXPx-4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BlHRPXPx-4)

02-23-2011, 02:37 PM
I loves You Porgy

Billie Holiday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUWoCf_7Bk0&feature=fvst (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUWoCf_7Bk0&feature=fvst)

Bill Evans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgUe8HslL1k&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgUe8HslL1k&feature=related)

from the 1959 film Porgy and Bess
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65TNhnTirP4&feature=fvsr (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65TNhnTirP4&feature=fvsr)

"I Loves You, Porgy" is a duet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Duet) from the opera Porgy and Bess (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Porgy_and_Bess) with music by George Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Gershwin) and lyrics by DuBose Heyward (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/DuBose_Heyward) and Ira Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ira_Gershwin). It was published in 1935 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1935_in_music).
"I Loves You, Porgy" has been recorded as a solo number by a number of popular vocalists and jazz musicians, most notably Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, and Bill Evans. Nina Simone (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nina_Simone)'s recording of the song (from Little Girl Blue (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Little_Girl_Blue_(Nina_Simone_album)), 1958) was a Top 20 pop hit in the United States in the autumn of 1959. A live version is featured in her 1964 album Nina Simone In Concert (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nina_Simone_In_Concert). Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans)'s piano trio version recorded at the Village Vanguard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Village_Vanguard) in 1961, available on the CD re-issue of the album Waltz for Debby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Waltz_for_Debby_(1961_album)), is also acclaimed.
Barbra Streisand recorded "I Loves You, Porgy" as a medley with "I's Your Woman Now" on her "The Broadway Album" Columbia Records, 1985. Whitney Houston (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Whitney_Houston) sang "I Loves You Porgy" as the beginning of a medley at the 1994 American Music Awards (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/American_Music_Awards) .
Christina Aguilera (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christina_Aguilera) covered the song at the Grammy Nomination Concert in December 2008.
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=I_Loves_You_Porgy&action=edit&section=1)] Recorded versions

It has been performed by many artists, including:

Brian Wilson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Brian_Wilson) - Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Brian_Wilson_Reimagines_Gershwin) (2010)
Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans)
Dionne Warwick (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dionne_Warwick)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald)
Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday)
Keith Jarrett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Keith_Jarrett)
Nina Simone (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nina_Simone)
Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis)
Barbara Streisand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Barbara_Streisand)
Whitney Houston (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Whitney_Houston)
Christina Aguilera (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christina_Aguilera)
David Benoit (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/David_Benoit) from his 2006 album "Standards"[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

02-24-2011, 01:13 PM
Round Midnight

Thelonious Monk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMmeNsmQaFw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMmeNsmQaFw)

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=td3SE3zEVP0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=td3SE3zEVP0)

Bill Evans Trio
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY6xj-AE4Hw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BY6xj-AE4Hw)

Wes Montgomery
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvyLUfEZIfY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvyLUfEZIfY)

Carmen McRae vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPzIh-Z4CuI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPzIh-Z4CuI)

Sarah Vaughan vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2yctVpkEUM&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2yctVpkEUM&feature=related)

Julie London vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtIEkdTlnC8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtIEkdTlnC8)

Chaka Kahn vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNG9p_lVvPM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNG9p_lVvPM)

Amy Winehouse vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqmhxvrQxxA&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nqmhxvrQxxA&feature=related)

"'Round Midnight" is a 1944 jazz standard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jazz_standard) by pianist Thelonious Monk (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thelonious_Monk). Jazz artists Cootie Williams (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cootie_Williams), Dizzy Gillespie (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dizzy_Gillespie), Art Pepper (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Pepper), and Miles Davis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis) have further embellished the song, with songwriter Bernie Hanighen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernie_Hanighen) adding lyrics. Both Williams and Hanighen have received co-credits for their contributions.

It is thought that Monk originally composed the song sometime in 1940 or 1941. However, Harry Colomby (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Harry_Colomby&action=edit&redlink=1) claims that Monk may have written an early version around 1936 (at the age of 19) with the title "Grand Finale". "'Round Midnight" is the most-recorded jazz standard composed by a jazz musician.[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/'Round_Midnight_(song)#cite_note-0) In allmusic.com (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allmusic) it appears in over 1000 albums. The song is also called "'Round About Midnight", as Miles Davis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis) used this title for his Columbia Records (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Columbia_Records) album Round About Midnight (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Round_About_Midnight) (1957) that included a cover of the song based on Dizzy Gillespie's interpretation.

Round Midnight Variations is a collection of variations on 'Round Midnight, composed by Roberto Andreoni (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Roberto_Andreoni&action=edit&redlink=1), Milton Babbitt (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milton_Babbitt), Alberto Barbero (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Alberto_Barbero&action=edit&redlink=1), Carlo Boccadoro (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Carlo_Boccadoro&action=edit&redlink=1), William Bolcom (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Bolcom), David Crumb (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Crumb). George Crumb (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Crumb), Michael Daugherty (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Daugherty), Filippo Del Corno (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Filippo_Del_Corno&action=edit&redlink=1), John Harbison (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Harbison), Joel Hoffman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joel_Hoffman_(composer)), Aaron Jay Kernis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Jay_Kernis), Gerald Levinson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerald_Levinson), Tobias Picker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tobias_Picker), Matthew Quayle (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Matthew_Quayle&action=edit&redlink=1), Frederic Rzewski (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederic_Rzewski), Augusta Read Thomas (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Augusta_Read_Thomas) and Michael Torke (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Torke).[2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/'Round_Midnight_(song)#cite_note-1)

02-25-2011, 01:31 PM
Blue Monk

Thelonious Monk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmhP1RgbrrY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmhP1RgbrrY)

Wes Montomery
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLdcBqzjDVw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLdcBqzjDVw)

Cedar Walton
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_UCN-ggMYw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_UCN-ggMYw)

Dexter Gordon Sax with Karin Krog vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGXwc984-n8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGXwc984-n8)

Ray Brown bass feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYWHMFe1kFc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYWHMFe1kFc)

"Blue Monk" is a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) written by Thelonious Monk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thelonious_Monk) that has become one of his most enduring tunes. It is a B flat blues, based on the jazz tune "Pastel Blue".

1960: The Great Kai & J.J. by J. J. Johnson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/J._J._Johnson) and Kai Winding (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kai_Winding)
1961: Straight Ahead by Abbey Lincoln (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Abbey_Lincoln) (with lyrics by Abbey Lincoln)[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
1963: Nights of Ballads & Blues (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nights_of_Ballads_%26_Blues) by McCoy Tyner (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/McCoy_Tyner)
1976: As One by Richard Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Richard_Davis) and Jill McManus
1978: Groovin' High by Hank Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hank_Jones)
1985: Songs of Love and Regret by Mal Waldron (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mal_Waldron) and Marion Brown (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marion_Brown) (two takes)
1991: Twelve Frets to One Octave by Larry Coryell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Larry_Coryell)[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
2006: Echoes of the Sounds to Be by Derek Paravicini (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Derek_Paravicini)

02-26-2011, 02:02 PM
Well You Needn't
by Thelonious Monk

Thelonious Monk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOvKLvWuZjg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOvKLvWuZjg)http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdTJtqQut-k

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdTJtqQut-k (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdTJtqQut-k)

Freddie Hubbard live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAw4YHJ-3To (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAw4YHJ-3To)

"Well, You Needn't" is a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) composed by Thelonious Monk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thelonious_Monk) in 1944. According to Robin D.G. Kelley in his seminal biography "Thelonious Monk: the Life and Times of an American Original" the title was inspired by a protegé of Monk's, the jazz singer Charlie Beamon; Monk wrote a song and told Beamon he was going to name it after him, to which Beamon replied "Well, you needn't".
Like another Monk standard, "Epistrophy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Epistrophy)", it is notable for a chord sequence in which the root note moves by semitones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Semitones). There is some disagreement about the chord progression in the bridge. On many club dates and jam sessions, musicians play the tune as it was transcribed in the original Real Book (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Real_Book):
G7 | G7 | Ab7 | Ab7 | A7 Bb7 | B7 Bb7 | A7 Ab7 | G7 C7 |The wide proliferation of the Real Book (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Real_Book) makes this progression the de facto standard for the bridge. The "New Real Book" shows alternate bridge chords:
Db9 | Db9 | D9 | D9 | Eb9 E9 | Eb9 D9 | Db9 C9 | B9 C7 |These could be considered tritone substitution (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tritone_substitution) chords for the most part.
Aside from Monk's recordings, versions have been recorded by Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) (on his album Steamin' (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Steamin%27)), Herbie Hancock (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Hancock), and many others. Mike Ferro (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Mike_Ferro&action=edit&redlink=1) wrote lyrics for the song in the 1970s.

1956: Steamin' with The Miles Davis Quintet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Steamin%27_with_The_Miles_Davis_Quintet) by Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis)
1958: Branching Out (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Branching_Out) by Nat Adderley (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nat_Adderley)
1962: Chet is Back! by Chet Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Baker)
1963: West Coast Vibes by Roy Ayers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Roy_Ayers)
1975: Sum of the Parts by Larry Ridley (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Larry_Ridley)
1979: Tribute by Marvin Peterson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marvin_Peterson)
1981: Lounge Lizards (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lounge_Lizards_(album)) by The Lounge Lizards (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Lounge_Lizards)
1981: Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quartet_(Herbie_Hancock_album)) by Herbie Hancock (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Hancock)
2005: Tricycles by Larry Coryell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Larry_Coryell)[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)

02-27-2011, 12:35 AM
Marigold. Body & Soul.

Susan Tomes, piano

Billy Mayerl

02-27-2011, 05:59 PM

Billy Holiday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7ENPQzlUpY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7ENPQzlUpY)

Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIDOEsQL7lA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIDOEsQL7lA)

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cq6HF5kNPJY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cq6HF5kNPJY)

"Summertime" is an aria (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Aria) composed by George Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Gershwin) for the 1935 opera (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Opera) Porgy and Bess (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Porgy_and_Bess). The lyrics are by DuBose Heyward (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/DuBose_Heyward), the author of the novel Porgy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Porgy) on which the opera was based, although the song is also co-credited to Ira Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ira_Gershwin) by ASCAP (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/ASCAP).[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
The song soon became a popular and much recorded jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard), described as "without doubt... one of the finest songs the composer ever wrote....Gershwin's highly evocative writing brilliantly mixes elements of jazz and the song styles of African-Americans in the southeast United States from the early twentieth century."[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-cummings-1) Heyward's lyrics for "Summertime" and "My Man's Gone Now (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Man%27s_Gone_Now)" have been called "the best lyrics in the musical theater" by composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stephen_Sondheim).[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)

Porgy and Bess

Gershwin began composing the song in December 1933, attempting to create his own spiritual (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Spiritual_(music)) in the style of the African American (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/African_American) folk music of the period (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_(1865-1918)).[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4) The Ukrainian-Canadian composer and singer Alexis Kochan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alexis_Kochan) has suggested that he based the tune on a Ukrainian lullaby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lullaby), Oi Khodyt Son Kolo Vikon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oi_Khodyt_Son_Kolo_Vikon) (A Dream Passes By The Windows), which he heard in a New York City performance by Oleksander Koshetz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oleksander_Koshetz)’s Ukrainian National Chorus (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ukrainian_Republic_Capella) in 1929.[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5) Gershwin had completed setting DuBose Heyward's poem to music by February 1934, and spent the next 20 months complete and orchestrating the score of the opera.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-jazzstandards-6)
The song was for the first time recorded by Abbie Mitchell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Abbie_Mitchell) on 19 July 1935, with George Gershwin playing the piano and conducting the orchestra (on: George Gershwin Conducts Excerpts form Porgy & Bess, Mark 56 667). It is sung multiple times throughout Porgy and Bess, first by Clara in Act I as a lullaby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lullaby) and soon after as counterpoint to the craps (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Craps)game (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Game) scene, in Act II in a reprise by Clara, and in Act III by Bess, singing to Clara's baby.
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Summertime_(song)&action=edit&section=2)] Musical analysis

Musicologist K. J. McElrath wrote of the song:[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-jazzstandards-6)

"Gershwin was remarkably successful in his intent to have this sound like a folk song. This is reinforced by his extensive use of the pentatonic scale (C-D-E-G-A) in the context of the A minor tonality and a slow-moving harmonic progression that suggests a “blues (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blues).” Because of these factors, this tune has been a favorite of jazz performers for decades and can be done in a variety of tempos and styles."
Recorded versions

There are some 24,400 different recorded versions of the song.[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-7) In September 1936, a recording by Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday) was the first to hit the national pop charts, reaching # 12.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-jazzstandards-6) Other notable recordings include those by Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) and Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) in 1957, Gene Vincent (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gene_Vincent) in 1958, Sam Cooke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sam_Cooke) and The Marcels (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Marcels) in 1961, and Janis Joplin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Janis_Joplin) with Big Brother and the Holding Company (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Big_Brother_and_the_Holding_Company) on the 1968 album Cheap Thrills (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cheap_Thrills_(Big_Brother_and_the_Holding_Company_album)). The most commercially successful version was by Billy Stewart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billy_Stewart), who reached # 10 on the Billboard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_(magazine)) Hot 100 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hot_100) in 1966. In 1998, Morcheeba (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Morcheeba) and Hubert Laws (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hubert_Laws) recorded the song for the Red Hot Organization (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_Hot_Organization)'s compilation album Red Hot + Rhapsody (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_Hot_%2B_Rhapsody), a tribute to George Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Gershwin), which raised money for various charities devoted to increasing AIDS awareness and fighting the disease.

02-27-2011, 06:01 PM
Great choice, Whitey!


Billy Holiday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7ENPQzlUpY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7ENPQzlUpY)

Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIDOEsQL7lA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIDOEsQL7lA)

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cq6HF5kNPJY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cq6HF5kNPJY)

"Summertime" is an aria (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Aria) composed by George Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Gershwin) for the 1935 opera (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Opera) Porgy and Bess (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Porgy_and_Bess). The lyrics are by DuBose Heyward (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/DuBose_Heyward), the author of the novel Porgy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Porgy) on which the opera was based, although the song is also co-credited to Ira Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ira_Gershwin) by ASCAP (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/ASCAP).[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
The song soon became a popular and much recorded jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard), described as "without doubt... one of the finest songs the composer ever wrote....Gershwin's highly evocative writing brilliantly mixes elements of jazz and the song styles of African-Americans in the southeast United States from the early twentieth century."[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-cummings-1) Heyward's lyrics for "Summertime" and "My Man's Gone Now (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Man%27s_Gone_Now)" have been called "the best lyrics in the musical theater" by composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stephen_Sondheim).[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)

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1 Porgy and Bess (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Porgy_and_Bess)
2 Musical analysis (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Musical_analysis)
3 Recorded versions (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Recorded_versions)
4 See also (http://forum.xnxx.com/#See_also)
5 References (http://forum.xnxx.com/#References)
6 External links (http://forum.xnxx.com/#External_links)

[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Summertime_%28song%29&action=edit&section=1)] Porgy and Bess

Gershwin began composing the song in December 1933, attempting to create his own spiritual (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Spiritual_%28music%29) in the style of the African American (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/African_American) folk music of the period (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_%281865-1918%29).[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4) The Ukrainian-Canadian composer and singer Alexis Kochan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alexis_Kochan) has suggested that he based the tune on a Ukrainian lullaby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lullaby), Oi Khodyt Son Kolo Vikon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oi_Khodyt_Son_Kolo_Vikon) (A Dream Passes By The Windows), which he heard in a New York City performance by Oleksander Koshetz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oleksander_Koshetz)’s Ukrainian National Chorus (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ukrainian_Republic_Capella) in 1929.[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5) Gershwin had completed setting DuBose Heyward's poem to music by February 1934, and spent the next 20 months complete and orchestrating the score of the opera.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-jazzstandards-6)
The song was for the first time recorded by Abbie Mitchell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Abbie_Mitchell) on 19 July 1935, with George Gershwin playing the piano and conducting the orchestra (on: George Gershwin Conducts Excerpts form Porgy & Bess, Mark 56 667). It is sung multiple times throughout Porgy and Bess, first by Clara in Act I as a lullaby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lullaby) and soon after as counterpoint to the craps (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Craps)game (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Game) scene, in Act II in a reprise by Clara, and in Act III by Bess, singing to Clara's baby.
[edit (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Summertime_%28song%29&action=edit&section=2)] Musical analysis

Musicologist K. J. McElrath wrote of the song:[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-jazzstandards-6)
"Gershwin was remarkably successful in his intent to have this sound like a folk song. This is reinforced by his extensive use of the pentatonic scale (C-D-E-G-A) in the context of the A minor tonality and a slow-moving harmonic progression that suggests a “blues (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blues).” Because of these factors, this tune has been a favorite of jazz performers for decades and can be done in a variety of tempos and styles."
Recorded versions

There are some 24,400 different recorded versions of the song.[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-7) In September 1936, a recording by Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday) was the first to hit the national pop charts, reaching # 12.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-jazzstandards-6) Other notable recordings include those by Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) and Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) in 1957, Gene Vincent (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gene_Vincent) in 1958, Sam Cooke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sam_Cooke) and The Marcels (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Marcels) in 1961, and Janis Joplin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Janis_Joplin) with Big Brother and the Holding Company (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Big_Brother_and_the_Holding_Company) on the 1968 album Cheap Thrills (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cheap_Thrills_%28Big_Brother_and_the_Holding_Company_album%29). The most commercially successful version was by Billy Stewart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billy_Stewart), who reached # 10 on the Billboard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_%28magazine%29) Hot 100 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hot_100) in 1966. In 1998, Morcheeba (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Morcheeba) and Hubert Laws (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hubert_Laws) recorded the song for the Red Hot Organization (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_Hot_Organization)'s compilation album Red Hot + Rhapsody (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_Hot_%2B_Rhapsody), a tribute to George Gershwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Gershwin), which raised money for various charities devoted to increasing AIDS awareness and fighting the disease.

02-28-2011, 12:40 PM
Darn That Dream
music by Jimmy Van Heusen, 1939
words by Edgar DeLange

Billy Holiday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaSu5r9_-3E&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaSu5r9_-3E&feature=related)

Doris Day
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncgB2lhzM0U&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncgB2lhzM0U&feature=related)

Miles Davis with Kenny Hargood vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9Rr5kmmmdE&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9Rr5kmmmdE&feature=related)

Bill Evans with Jim Hall on guitar
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSA_4gVD_dk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSA_4gVD_dk)

Gerry Mulligan with Chet Baker on trumpet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PRTWd0a4Sw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PRTWd0a4Sw)

Thelonious Monk
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ElwEP6qZ10&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ElwEP6qZ10&feature=related)

Dexter Gordon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuvI976HBKM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuvI976HBKM)

"Darn That Dream" is a popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music) song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) with music by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen) and lyrics by Eddie DeLange (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eddie_DeLange), published in 1939 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1939_in_music).
The song was introduced in the Broadway (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadway_theater) musical (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Musical_play) Swingin' The Dream.
Recorded versions

Chet Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Baker) - Best Of Chet Baker Plays (1992)
Blue Barron (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blue_Barron) and his orchestra (vocal: Tommy Ryan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tommy_Ryan)) (1940)
Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) - Birth Of The Cool (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Birth_Of_The_Cool) (vocal by Kenny Hagood (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Hagood)) (1950)
Doris Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doris_Day) ' You're My Thrill/Young at Heart (2007)
Tommy Dorsey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tommy_Dorsey) and his orchestra (vocal: Anita Boyer (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Anita_Boyer&action=edit&redlink=1)) (1940)
Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans) and Jim Hall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jim_Hall) (1963)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) and Nelson Riddle (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nelson_Riddle) on the Verve Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Verve_Records) album Ella Swings Gently with Nelson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Swings_Gently_with_Nelson) (1962)
Benny Goodman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Benny_Goodman) and his orchestra (vocal: Mildred Bailey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mildred_Bailey)) (1940)
Dexter Gordon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dexter_Gordon) (1964)
Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday) - All Or Nothing At All (1996)
Ahmad Jamal (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ahmad_Jamal) (released 1951)
Clifford Jordan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clifford_Jordan) (1976)
Thelonious Monk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thelonious_Monk) (1956)
Dianne Reeves (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dianne_Reeves) - A Little Moonlight (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Little_Moonlight) (2003)
Tom Harrell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tom_Harrell) - Labyrinth (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Labyrinth) (1996)
Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan) with Count Basie Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Count_Basie_Orchestra) - No Count Sarah (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/No_Count_Sarah) (1958)
Dinah Washington (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dinah_Washington) - Dinah Jams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dinah_Jams) (1954 remastered in 1990)

02-28-2011, 12:42 PM
Great choice, Whitey!

Every artist has a recording of that song. Even Janis Joplin!

02-28-2011, 12:58 PM
Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers

Ah, that's what I would have posted! Saw Blakey twice. Even in his 80s, the man could out-drum anarena full of rock drummers.

03-02-2011, 01:10 PM
When The Saints Go Marchin In

Louis Armstrong
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyLjbMBpGDA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyLjbMBpGDA)

Fats Domino
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4e8Y34L8msA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4e8Y34L8msA)

"When the Saints Go Marching In", often referred to as "The Saints", is an American (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/United_States)gospel hymn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gospel_music) that has taken on certain aspects of folk music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Folk_music). Though it originated as a spiritual (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Spiritual_(music)), today people are more likely to hear it played by a jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) band. The song is sometimes confused with a similarly titled composition "When the Saints are Marching In" from 1896 by Katharine Purvis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Katharine_Purvis) (lyrics) and James Milton Black (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/James_Milton_Black) (music).[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

[hide (http://forum.xnxx.com/#)]

1 Uses (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Uses)
2 Lyrics (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Lyrics)
3 Analysis of the traditional lyrics (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Analysis_of_the_traditional_lyrics)
4 Artists who have performed and recorded the song (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Artists_who_have_performed_and_recorded_the_song)

4.1 As gospel hymn (http://forum.xnxx.com/#As_gospel_hymn)
4.2 With traditional lyrics (http://forum.xnxx.com/#With_traditional_lyrics)
4.3 With non-traditional lyrics (http://forum.xnxx.com/#With_non-traditional_lyrics)
4.4 With no lyrics (http://forum.xnxx.com/#With_no_lyrics)

5 See also (http://forum.xnxx.com/#See_also)
6 References (http://forum.xnxx.com/#References)
7 External links (http://forum.xnxx.com/#External_links)

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e0/All-Saints.jpg/350px-All-Saints.jpg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:All-Saints.jpg)http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.17/common/images/magnify-clip.png (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:All-Saints.jpg)
The Forerunners of Christ with Saints and Martyrs, a painting by Fra Angelico (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fra_Angelico), 15th century

A traditional use of the song is as a funeral march (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Funeral_march). In the funeral music tradition of New Orleans, Louisiana (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_Orleans,_Louisiana), often called the "jazz funeral (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_funeral)", while accompanying the coffin to the cemetery, a band would play the tune as a dirge (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dirge). On the way back from the interment, it would switch to the familiar upbeat "hot" or "Dixieland (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dixieland)" style. While the tune is still heard as a slow spiritual number on rare occasions, from the mid 20th century it has been more commonly performed as a "hot" number. The number remains particularly associated with the city of New Orleans, to the extent that it is associated with New Orleans' professional football (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/American_football) team, the New Orleans Saints (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_Orleans_Saints). Both vocal and instrumental renditions of the song abound. Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) was one of the first to make the tune into a nationally known pop-tune in the 1930s. Armstrong wrote that his sister told him she thought the secular performance style of the traditional church tune was inappropriate and irreligious. Armstrong was in a New Orleans tradition of turning church numbers into brass band and dance numbers that went back at least to Buddy Bolden (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Buddy_Bolden)'s band at the very start of the 20th century.
The tune was brought into the early rock and roll (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rock_and_roll) repertory by Fats Domino (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fats_Domino) and (as "The Saint's Rock and Roll") by Bill Haley & His Comets (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Haley_%26_His_Comets).
A jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard), it has been recorded by a great many other jazz and pop artists.
It is nicknamed "The Monster" by some jazz musicians, as it seems to be the only tune some people know to request when seeing a Dixieland band, and some musicians dread being asked to play it several times a night. The musicians at Preservation Hall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Preservation_Hall) in New Orleans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_Orleans) got so tired of playing it that the sign announcing the fee schedule ran $1 for standard requests, $2 for unusual requests, and $5 for "The Saints". (This was in early 1960s dollars (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/United_States_dollar). By 2004 the price had gone up to $10.)
This tune and often the words are often used as a popular theme or rallying song for a number of sports teams (see When The Saints Go Marching In in sport (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/When_The_Saints_Go_Marching_In_in_sport)). It is the main anthem of Southampton F.C. (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Southampton_F.C.), St Kilda Football Club (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/St_Kilda_Football_Club), St George Illawarra Dragonsand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/St_George_Illawarra_Dragons) the St Helens RLFC (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/St_Helens_RLFC)
The Rhodesian Light Infantry (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rhodesian_Light_Infantry), also known as "The Saints", used it as their regimental march.
In the Southern gospel (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Southern_gospel) genre the song is often associated with Luther G. Presley (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Luther_G._Presley),[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) who wrote the lyrics, and Virgil Oliver Stamps (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Virgil_Oliver_Stamps), who wrote the music, whose version copyrighted by the Stamps-Baxter Music Company (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stamps-Baxter_Music_Company) popularized it as a gospel song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gospel_song).[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) A similar version was copyrighted by R.E. Winsett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/R.E._Winsett).[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)

03-03-2011, 01:01 PM
I'm In The Mood For Love

Louis Armstrong
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktaicuhKKKE&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktaicuhKKKE&feature=related)

Nat King Cole
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg7OUG9V_cw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gg7OUG9V_cw)

Doris Day vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_Ltk2-If0g (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_Ltk2-If0g)

Moody's Mood For Love
James Moody
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vu4QTzpVp4A&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vu4QTzpVp4A&feature=related)

Carmen McRae vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qb76SknaNck (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qb76SknaNck)

"I'm In The Mood For Love" is a popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music)song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song). The music was written by Jimmy McHugh (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_McHugh), the lyrics by Dorothy Fields (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dorothy_Fields). The song was published in 1935 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1935_in_music). It was introduced by Frances Langford (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frances_Langford) in the movie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Movie) Every Night at Eight (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Every_Night_at_Eight) released that year (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1935_in_film). The song was featured in the 1936 Our Gang (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Our_Gang) (Little Rascals) short The Pinch Singer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Pinch_Singer), sung by Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carl_%22Alfalfa%22_Switzer); it is often known to be his signature song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Signature_song). James Moody (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/James_Moody_(saxophonist))'s saxophone (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Saxophone) solo on a 1952 recording of this song inspired the song "Moody's Mood for Love (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Moody%27s_Mood_for_Love)". Hip hop (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hip_hop_music) artist Prince Paul (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Prince_Paul_(producer))sampled (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sampling_(music)) the song as the basis for the track "Mood for Love" on his album A Prince Among Thieves (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Prince_Among_Thieves) (1999), with Don Newkirk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Don_Newkirk) singing its original lyrics.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

03-05-2011, 01:25 PM
Stella By Starlight
by Victor young, 1944

Anita O'Day Vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UZ0xqdP2rw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UZ0xqdP2rw)

Bill Evans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbzxJuvbH08 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbzxJuvbH08)

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Riok08Y_ri4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Riok08Y_ri4)

George Benson and McCoy Tyner
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUwIDafNTTc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUwIDafNTTc)

Billy Eckstine vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwSaY1oSCw4&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwSaY1oSCw4&feature=related)

"Stella by Starlight" is a jazz standard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jazz_standard) written by Victor Young (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Victor_Young) and featured in The Uninvited (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Uninvited_(1944_film)), a 1944 film released by Paramount Pictures (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paramount_Pictures). Originally played in the film as an instrumental theme song (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theme_song) without lyrics, it was turned over to Ned Washington (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ned_Washington), who wrote the lyrics (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyrics) for it in 1946. The title had to be incorporated into the lyrics, which resulted in its unusual placement: the phrase appears about three quarters of the way through the song, rather than at the beginning or the end.

Recording history

"Stella by Starlight" is one of the most popular standards, ranked number 10 by the website jazzstandards.com. Its May 1947 recording by Harry James (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_James) and his orchestra reached the 21st place in the pop charts. Two months later, the recording by Frank Sinatra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) with Axel Stordahl (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axel_Stordahl) and his orchestra also rose to the 21st position.
Charlie Parker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Parker), playing alto saxophone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alto_saxophone), made the first jazz recording of the song in January 1952, which was shortly followed by a tenor sax version by Stan Getz (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stan_Getz) (December 1952), a piano version by Bud Powell (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bud_Powell), and a rendition by the big band (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_band) of Stan Kenton (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stan_Kenton), which featured bass trombonist George Roberts (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Roberts). Instrumental versions were played by Miles Davis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miles_Davis), which first appeared on 1958 Miles (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1958_Miles), Earl Grant (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_Grant), Joe Pass (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Pass) and Dexter Gordon (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dexter_Gordon) and vocal versions sung by Billy Eckstine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billy_Eckstine), Dick Haymes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Haymes), Ray Charles (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Charles), Helen Reddy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Reddy), Tony Bennett (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Bennett), Ella Fitzgerald (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald), and many others.
In 1993, guitarist Larry Coryell (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Coryell) covered the song from his album "Fallen Angel."[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stella_By_Starlight#cite_note-0)[2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stella_By_Starlight#cite_note-1)
Film scores

"Stella by Starlight" (performed by Victor Young orchestra) is a recurring theme in The Uninvited. At a focal point of the film, the main character, Rod (Ray Milland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Milland)) tells Stella (Gail Russell (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gail_Russell)) that he is playing a serenade (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serenade), "To Stella by Starlight".
The song also appeared in the following films:

The Nutty Professor (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Nutty_Professor) (1963) with Jerry Lewis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Lewis) singing to Stella Stevens (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stella_Stevens), as well as an upbeat version for the film's main titles.
Sabrina (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabrina_(1995_film)) (1995) as part of the track "The Party Sequence"
Casino (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casino_(film)) (1995) with Robert de Niro (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_de_Niro) and Sharon Stone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharon_Stone), performed by Ray Charles (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Charles)
Bajo las estrellas (http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bajo_las_estrellas) (2007) covered by Spanish flamenco (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flamenco) singer Enrique Morente (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enrique_Morente), starring Alberto San Juan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alberto_San_Juan) and Emma Suárez (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emma_Su%C3%A1rez)

03-07-2011, 12:58 PM
The Girl From Ipanema
Antonio Carlos Jobim

Astrud Gilberto vocal with Stan Getz on sax
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJkxFhFRFDA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJkxFhFRFDA)

Antonio Carlos Jobim with Andy Williams
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKfl15c-Kh0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKfl15c-Kh0)

Oscar Peterson Trio
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcETI4dsMyc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcETI4dsMyc)

Diana Krall
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDMSh91tnQ8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lDMSh91tnQ8)

"The Girl from Ipanema" ("Garota de Ipanema") is a well-known bossa nova (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bossa_nova) song, a worldwide hit in the mid-1960s that won a Grammy for Record of the Year in 1965 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy_Awards_of_1965). It was written in 1962, with music by Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Antonio_Carlos_Jobim) and Portuguese lyrics by Vinicius de Moraes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vinicius_de_Moraes). English (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/English_language) lyrics were written later by Norman Gimbel (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Norman_Gimbel).[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
The first commercial recording was in 1962, by Pery Ribeiro. The version performed by Astrud Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Astrud_Gilberto), along with Joăo Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jo%C3%A3o_Gilberto) and Stan Getz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stan_Getz), from the 1964 album Getz/Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Getz/Gilberto), became an international hit, reaching number five in the United States pop chart, number 29 in the United Kingdom, and charting highly throughout the world. Numerous recordings have been used in films, sometimes as an elevator music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Elevator_music)cliché (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clich%C3%A9) (for example, near the end of The Blues Brothers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Blues_Brothers_(film))). Ipanema (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ipanema) is a seaside neighborhood located in the southern region of the city of Rio de Janeiro.
In 2004, it was one of 50 recordings chosen that year by the Library of Congress (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Library_of_Congress) to be added to the National Recording Registry (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/National_Recording_Registry).[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/ea/Helo_Pinheiro.jpg/150px-Helo_Pinheiro.jpg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:Helo_Pinheiro.jpg)http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.17/common/images/magnify-clip.png (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:Helo_Pinheiro.jpg)
Helô Pinheiro (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Helo%C3%ADsa_Pinheiro) is the "girl from Ipanema".

The song was composed for a musical comedy entitled Dirigível (Blimp), then a work-in-progress of Vinícius de Moraes. The original title was "Menina que Passa" (The Girl Who Passes By); the famous first verse was different. Jobim composed the melody on his piano in his new house in Rua Barăo da Torre, in Ipanema. In turn, Moraes had written the lyrics in Petrópolis, near Rio de Janeiro, as he had done with Chega de Saudade (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chega_de_Saudade) six years earlier.
The song was inspired by Heloísa Eneida Menezes Paes Pinto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Helo%C3%ADsa_Pinheiro) (now Helô Pinheiro), a fifteen-year-old girl living on Montenegro Street in the fashionable Ipanema (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ipanema) district in Rio de Janeiro (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rio_de_Janeiro), Brazil.[citation needed (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Citation_needed)] Daily she would stroll past the popular Veloso bar-café, not just to the beach ("each day when she walks to the sea"), but in the everyday course of her life. She would sometimes enter the bar to buy cigarettes for her mother and leave to the sound of wolf-whistles.[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) In the winter of 1962 the composers watched the girl pass by the bar, and it is easy to imagine why they noticed her — Helô was a 173-cm (five-foot eight-inch) brunette, and she attracted the attention of many of the bar patrons. Since the song became popular, she has become a celebrity.
In Revelaçăo: a verdadeira Garota de Ipanema (Revealed: The Real Girl from Ipanema) Moraes wrote she was:
"o paradigma do broto carioca; a moça dourada, misto de flor e sereia, cheia de luz e de graça mas cuja a visăo é também triste, pois carrega consigo, a caminho do mar, o sentimento da mocidade que passa, da beleza que năo é só nossa — é um dom da vida em seu lindo e melancólico fluir e refluir constante."Translation:
"the paradigm of the young Carioca (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carioca): a golden teenage girl, a mixture of flower and mermaid, full of light and grace, the sight of whom is also sad, in that she carries with her, on her route to the sea, the feeling of youth that fades, of the beauty that is not ours alone — it is a gift of life in its beautiful and melancholic constant ebb and flow."Legal disputes

In 2001, the song's copyright owners (heirs of their composer fathers) sued Pinheiro for using the title of the song as the name of her boutique (Garota de Ipanema). In their complaint, they stated that her status as The Girl from Ipanema (Garota de Ipanema) does not entitle her to use a name that legally belongs to the heirs.[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-ls-4) Public support was strong in favor of Pinheiro. A press release by Jobim and Moraes, the composers, in which they had named Pinheiro as the real Girl from Ipanema (Garota de Ipanema) was evidence that they had intended to bestow this title on her. The court ruled in favor of Pinheiro.[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5)
In a separate legal dispute, Astrud Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Astrud_Gilberto) sued Frito-Lay (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frito-Lay) for trademark infringement (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Trademark_infringement) for using the song in a TV ad for its baked potato chips. Gilberto argued that

as the result of the huge success of the 1964 recording, and her frequent subsequent performances of "Ipanema," she has become known as The Girl from Ipanema and is identified by the public with the 1964 recording. She claims as a result to have earned trademark rights in the 1964 recording, which she contends the public recognizes as a mark designating her as a singer. She contends, therefore, that Frito-Lay could not lawfully use the 1964 recording in an advertisement for its chips without her permission.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-frito-6)
In Oliveria v. Frito-Lay Inc. (2001), her claims were rejected by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/United_States_Court_of_Appeals_for_the_Second_Circuit).[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-frito-6)
Disco version

In 1977, a disco version of "The Girl from Ipanema" by Astrud Gilberto was released, produced by Vincent Montana featuring a distinct Salsoul style disco sound.
In Vegas Vacation (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vegas_Vacation), the song is used during a scene on the plane.
The instrumental version was played in a 2005 episode of Everybody Loves Raymond (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Everybody_Loves_Raymond) entitled "The Power of No."
The Boy from Ipanema

When sung by female artists the song has often been rendered as The Boy from Ipanema. A few examples:

Shirley Bassey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shirley_Bassey)[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-songofshirley-7)
Petula Clark (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Petula_Clark)[9] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-8)
Rosemary Clooney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rosemary_Clooney)[10] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-9)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald)[11] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-10)
Eartha Kitt (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eartha_Kitt)[12] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-11)
Diana Krall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diana_Krall)[13] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-12)
Peggy Lee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peggy_Lee)[14] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-13)
The Supremes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Supremes)[15] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-14)
Crystal Waters (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Crystal_Waters)[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-songofshirley-7)
Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan)[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-songofshirley-7)
Lena Horne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lena_Horne)

03-09-2011, 12:41 PM
Carlos Jobim

Stan Getz live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WctZJcPwnOQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WctZJcPwnOQ)

Antonio Carlos Jobim live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3d8y4HxW8Eg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3d8y4HxW8Eg)

Oscar Peterson on piano with Bucky Pizarelli on acoustic guitar
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XALqlP37T1Y (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XALqlP37T1Y)

Ella Fitzgerald
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du9iKpoPiFY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du9iKpoPiFY)

"Wave" (also known as "Vou Te Contar" in Portuguese) is a song written by Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Carlos_Jobim). Recorded as an instrumental on Jobim's 1967 album of the same name (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wave_(Jobim_album)), English lyrics were added by Jobim for a November 11, 1969 recording by Frank Sinatra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Sinatra), released on his 1970 album Sinatra & Company (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinatra_%26_Company) [1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wave_(song)#cite_note-0). On this recording, Sinatra sung his lowest note, a low E♭ [2] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wave_(song)#cite_note-1).
Notable Recordings

Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antonio_Carlos_Jobim) - Wave (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wave_(Antonio_Carlos_Jobim_album)) (1967)
Frank Sinatra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) and Antonio Carlos Jobim - Sinatra & Company (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinatra_%26_Company) (1967)
Stanley Turrentine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Turrentine) - Ain't No Way (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Ain%27t_No_Way_(album)&action=edit&redlink=1) (1969)
Oscar Peterson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Peterson) - Motions and Emotions (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motions_and_Emotions) (1969)
Buddy Rich (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddy_Rich) - Stick It (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stick_It_(Buddy_Rich_album)) (1972)
Paul Desmond (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Desmond) - Pure Desmond (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pure_Desmond_(Paul_Desmond_album)&action=edit&redlink=1) (1974)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) - Ella Abraça Jobim (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Abra%C3%A7a_Jobim) (1980)
Miki Matsubara (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miki_Matsubara) - Blue Eyes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Eyes) (1984)
Mel Tormé (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mel_Torm%C3%A9) - Mel Tormé Live at the Fujitsu–Concord Festival 1990 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mel_Torm%C3%A9_Live_at_the_Fujitsu%E2%80%93Concord_Festival_1990) (1990)
Susannah McCorkle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susannah_McCorkle) - From Broken Hearts to Blue Skies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/From_Broken_Hearts_to_Blue_Skies) (1999)
BanjerDan (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=BanjerDan&action=edit&redlink=1) - Old Stuff (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Old_Stuff&action=edit&redlink=1) (2001) - Bluegrass version

03-09-2011, 03:11 PM
Go, Jobim!

03-10-2011, 12:59 PM
Desafinado (slightly out of tune)
Atonio Carlos Jobim

Stan Getz sax with Charlie Byrd guitar
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGfiAzPiYG4&feature=fvst (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGfiAzPiYG4&feature=fvst)

Joao Gilberto vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmuaIcin-YM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmuaIcin-YM)

Ella Fitzgerald Live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdKsawWETwE&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdKsawWETwE&feature=related)

Frank Sinatra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snlSiVofVik (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snlSiVofVik)

"Desafinado", a Portuguese word (usually rendered into English as "Slightly out of Tune", or occasionally as "Off Key"), is the title of a bossa nova (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bossa_nova) song composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Antonio_Carlos_Jobim) with lyrics (in Portuguese) by Newton Mendonça (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Newton_Mendon%C3%A7a). The English language lyrics were written by Jon Hendricks (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jon_Hendricks) and Jessie Cavanaugh. The version by Stan Getz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stan_Getz) and Charlie Byrd (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Byrd) (from the album Jazz Samba (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_Samba)) was a major hit in 1962, reaching 15 and 4, respectively, on Billboard's pop and easy-listening charts; their definitive rendering also reached No 11 in the UK, whilst Ella Fitzgerald's version could only make No 38.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

Notable recordings

Joăo Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jo%C3%A3o_Gilberto) - Chega de Saudade (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chega_de_Saudade_(album)) (1959)
Herb Alpert (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herb_Alpert) - The Lonely Bull (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Lonely_Bull) (1962)
Coleman Hawkins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Coleman_Hawkins) - Desafinado (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Desafinado_(album)) (1962) Prestige Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Prestige_Records))
Herbie Mann (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Mann) - Right Now (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Right_Now_(Herbie_Mann_album)&action=edit&redlink=1) (1962)
Joăo Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jo%C3%A3o_Gilberto), Stan Getz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stan_Getz) and Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Antonio_Carlos_Jobim) - Getz/Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Getz/Gilberto) (1963)
Julie London (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_London) - The End of the World (Julie London Album) (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=The_End_of_the_World_(Julie_London_Album)&action=edit&redlink=1) (1963) Liberty Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Liberty_Records) LRP-3300
Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) and Antonio Carlos Jobim - The Complete Reprise Studio Recordings (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Complete_Reprise_Studio_Recordings) (1995) (recorded 1969)
Jula de Palma (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jula_de_Palma) - Jula al Sistina (1970)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) - Ella Abraça Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Abra%C3%A7a_Jobim) (1981)
Nina Persson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nina_Persson) - at MTV Classic 90s (1996)
George Michael (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Michael), Astrud Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Astrud_Gilberto) - Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ladies_%26_Gentlemen:_The_Best_of_George_Michael) (1998)
Kenny G (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_G) - Classics in the Key of G (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Classics_in_the_Key_of_G) (1999)
Joăo Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jo%C3%A3o_Gilberto) - Joăo Voz e Violăo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jo%C3%A3o_Voz_e_Viol%C3%A3o) (2000)
Lisa Hannigan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lisa_Hannigan) and Damien Rice (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Damien_Rice) - for the film Goldfish Memory (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Goldfish_Memory) (2003)
Toquinho (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Toquinho) - Tributo a Bossa Nova (2005)
Seth MacFarlane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Seth_MacFarlane) (as Brian Griffin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Brian_Griffin)) - Family Guy: Live in Vegas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Family_Guy:_Live_in_Vegas) (2005)
Ana Belén (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ana_Bel%C3%A9n), Pastora Soler (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pastora_Soler), Lucrecia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lucrecia), Lolita Flores (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lolita_Flores), Carmen Paris (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Carmen_Paris&action=edit&redlink=1) - Samba Pa Ti (Un Tributo A Brasil) (2006

03-11-2011, 12:09 PM
Corcovado (Quiet Nights and Quiet Stars)
Antonio Carlos Jobim

Astrud Gilberto vocal, Stan Getz sax, Joao Gilberto guitar
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1StgFKtXCs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1StgFKtXCs)

Cannonball Adderley
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWMjF4UMYYc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWMjF4UMYYc)

Oscar Peterson Trio
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRwfoEaMWIA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRwfoEaMWIA)

Monika Zetterlund
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhN8d-Wjycc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhN8d-Wjycc)

Lisa Ono
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SG9Mj6_o_HY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SG9Mj6_o_HY)

"Corcovado" (known in English (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/English_language) as "Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars") is a bossa nova (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bossa_nova) song written by Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Antonio_Carlos_Jobim). The English lyrics were written by Gene Lees (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gene_Lees). The US chart version was sung by Andy Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andy_Williams).
The title refers to the Corcovado (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Corcovado_(Brazil)) mountain and a national park located in Rio de Janeiro (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rio_de_Janeiro).
Notable Recordings

Cannonball Adderley (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cannonball_Adderley) and Sérgio Mendes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/S%C3%A9rgio_Mendes) - Cannonball's Bossa Nova (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cannonball%27s_Bossa_Nova) (1962)
Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) - Quiet Nights (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quiet_Nights_(Miles_Davis_and_Gil_Evans_album)) (1962)
Stan Getz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stan_Getz), Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Antonio_Carlos_Jobim), Joăo Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jo%C3%A3o_Gilberto) and Astrud Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Astrud_Gilberto) - Getz/Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Getz/Gilberto) (1963)
Charlie Byrd (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Byrd) - Brazilian Byrd (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Brazilian_Byrd&action=edit&redlink=1) (1964)
Sérgio Mendes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/S%C3%A9rgio_Mendes) - Sergio Mendes & Bossa Rio (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Sergio_Mendes_%26_Bossa_Rio&action=edit&redlink=1) (1964)
Oscar Peterson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oscar_Peterson) - We Get Requests (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/We_Get_Requests) (1964)
Cliff Richard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cliff_Richard) - Kinda Latin (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Kinda_Latin&action=edit&redlink=1) (1966)
Earl Grant (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Earl_Grant) - Bali Ha'i (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bali_Ha%27i) (1966)
Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) and Antonio Carlos Jobim - Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Francis_Albert_Sinatra_%26_Antonio_Carlos_Jobim) (1967)
Engelbert Humperdinck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Engelbert_Humperdinck_(singer)) - Release Me (1967)
Mary Wilson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mary_Wilson_(singer)) - The Supremes Live! In Japan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Supremes_Live!_In_Japan) (1973)
Elis Regina (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Elis_Regina) and Antonio Carlos Jobim - Elis & Tom (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Elis_%26_Tom) (1974)
Rita Reys (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rita_Reys) and Metropole Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Metropole_Orchestra) - Rita Reys Sings Antonio Carlos Jobim (1981)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) - Ella Abraça Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Abra%C3%A7a_Jobim) (1981)
Astrud Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Astrud_Gilberto) - Jazz Masters 9 (1993)
Everything but the Girl (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Everything_but_the_Girl) - Red Hot + Rio (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_Hot_%2B_Rio) (1996)
Chris Connor (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chris_Connor) - I Walk With Music (2002)
Stacey Kent (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stacey_Kent) and Jim Tomlinson - The Lyric (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=The_Lyric&action=edit&redlink=1) (2005)
Art Garfunkel (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Art_Garfunkel) - Some Enchanted Evening (2007)
Queen Latifah (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Queen_Latifah) - Trav'lin' Light (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Trav%27lin%27_Light_(Queen_Latifah_Album)) (2007)
Woven Hand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Woven_Hand) - Ten Stones (2008)
Diana Panton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diana_Panton) - "...If The Moon Turns Green" (2008)
Seńor Coconut And His Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Senor_Coconut) - Around The World With Seńor Coconut And His Orchestra (2008)
Diana Krall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diana_Krall) - Quiet Nights (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quiet_Nights_(Diana_Krall_album)) (2009

03-12-2011, 12:46 PM
My Favorite Things

John Coltrane
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQsvMf8X0FY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQsvMf8X0FY)

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/d/dc/SoundOfMusic_soundtrack.jpg/200px-SoundOfMusic_soundtrack.jpg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:SoundOfMusic_soundtrack.jpg)
Soundtrack to the film version of The Sound of Music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Sound_of_Music_(film))Music byRichard Rodgers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Richard_Rodgers)Lyrics byOscar Hammerstein II (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oscar_Hammerstein_II)Published1959LanguageEnglishRecorded byMary Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mary_Martin) (1959),
John Coltrane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Coltrane) (1961),
Julie Andrews (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_Andrews) (1965),
Herb Alpert (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herb_Alpert) (1968),
and various others"My Favorite Things" is a show tune (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Show_tune) from the 1959 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1959_in_music) Rodgers and Hammerstein (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rodgers_and_Hammerstein) musical (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Musical_theatre) The Sound of Music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Sound_of_Music).

The Sound of Music version

The song was first introduced by Mary Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mary_Martin) in the original Broadway (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadway_theater) production, and sung by Julie Andrews (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_Andrews) in the 1965 film (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Sound_of_Music_(film)).
In the musical, the lyrics to the song are a reference to things Maria (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maria_von_Trapp) loves, such as 'raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens'. These are the things she selects to fill her mind with when times are bad.
The original Broadway musical places this song in the Mother Abbess's office, just before she sends Maria (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maria_von_Trapp) to serve Captain von Trapp (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Georg_Ritter_von_Trapp)'s family as governess to his seven children. However, Ernest Lehman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ernest_Lehman), the screenwriter for the film adaptation, repositioned this song so that Maria would sing it with the children during the thunderstorm scene in her bedroom, replacing "The Lonely Goatherd (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Lonely_Goatherd)", which had originally been sung at this point. Many stage productions also make this change, shifting "The Lonely Goatherd" to another scene.
The first section of the melody has the distinctive property of using only the notes 1, 2, and 5 (Do, Re, and Sol) of the scale. Rodgers then harmonized this same section of the melody differently in different stanzas, using a series of minor triads (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Triad_(music)) one time and major triads the next.
The song ends with a borrowed line of lyric and notes from Rodgers' earlier composition with Lorenz Hart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lorenz_Hart), "Glad to Be Unhappy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Glad_to_Be_Unhappy)," a standard about finding peace in the midst of unrequited love. Using the same two notes for the phrasing of "so sad" in the original song, Rodgers brings the gloom of my "Favorite Things" to a similar upbeat ending – "and then I don't feel so bad."
Cover versions

The song has been recorded literally[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) hundreds of times. Jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) artist John Coltrane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Coltrane) did an extended, close to fourteen-minute version on his 1961 album taken from the title of the song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Favorite_Things_(album)). It became a jazz classic and a signature for Coltrane in concert, also apppearing on New Thing at Newport (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_Thing_at_Newport) and Live at the Half Note: One Down, One Up (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_at_the_Half_Note:_One_Down,_One_Up) in 1965, and Live at the Village Vanguard Again! (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_at_the_Village_Vanguard_Again!) in 1966.
While it was never conceived as a Christmas song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_song), the wintertime imagery of some of the lyrics has made "My Favorite Things" a popular selection during the holiday season, and it often appears on seasonal albums and compilations. For example, The Supremes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Supremes) recorded the song on their 1965 Christmas album, Merry Christmas. Barbra Streisand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Barbra_Streisand) recorded it for A Christmas Album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Christmas_Album_(Barbra_Streisand_album)) in 1967, as did Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett) on his seasonal album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Snowfall:_The_Tony_Bennett_Christmas_Album) the following year. Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herb_Alpert_and_the_Tijuana_Brass) had a #45 Billboard 100 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_100) hit single (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hit_single) with the song in 1969, taken off their Christmas Album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Christmas_Album_(Herb_Alpert_album)). Country music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Country_music) singer Lorrie Morgan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lorrie_Morgan) covered the song on her 1993 Christmas album Merry Christmas from London (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Merry_Christmas_from_London). This version received Christmas airplay in 1994 and again in 1999, bringing it to #64 and #69, respectively, on the Hot Country Songs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hot_Country_Songs) charts in those years.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-whitburn-1) Barry Manilow (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Barry_Manilow) recorded the song for his album A Christmas Gift of Love (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Christmas_Gift_of_Love) in 2002. Jazz saxophonist Kenny G (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_G) covered the song for his 2005 album The Greatest Holiday Classics (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Greatest_Holiday_Classics).
Critically acclaimed hip hop duo Outkast (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Outkast) sampled the song in their album Speakerboxxx/The Love Below (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Speakerboxxx/The_Love_Below).
Panic! at the Disco (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Panic!_at_the_Disco)'s song Build God, Then We'll Talk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Build_God,_Then_We%27ll_Talk) includes a verse that parodies My Favorite Things (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Favorite_Things).
The Animaniacs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Animaniacs) episode "The Sound of Warners", a parody (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Parody) of The Sound of Music, has a similar song called "That's What I Ponder When I Am Afraid", sung by Prunella Flundergust when she thinks Yakko, Wakko, and Dot are afraid of the lighting.
A filk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Filk_music) version of the song with lyrics revolving around old age, first seen on the Usenet newsgroup alt.idiots in June 2001, has become attached to an urban legend (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Urban_legend) claiming that it was sung by Julie Andrews (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_Andrews) herself at a benefit concert for AARP (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/AARP).[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)
In 2008 the indie group Pomplamoose (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pomplamoose) released a video song for My Favorite Things. The track also appears on their 2009 release "Video Songs."
'Glee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Glee_(TV_series))' actress Lea Michele (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lea_Michele) did a cover of the song featured in a Dove shampoo commercial.
A re-worded version of the song was created by Borgore, an Isreali DubStep Producer.

03-12-2011, 01:01 PM
My Favorite Things (Continued, I got timed out by the 10 minute rule)

Dave Brubeck piano feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43T0HdVNOD8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43T0HdVNOD8)

Grant Grenn guitar feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eShJiIRxm0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9eShJiIRxm0)

Bobby McFerrin acapello vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wqplKtzWpI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wqplKtzWpI)

Al Jarreau vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5yMCEOSsNA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5yMCEOSsNA)

03-12-2011, 01:23 PM
my favorite jazz guitarist


03-13-2011, 01:14 PM
my favorite jazz guitarist


Django was great! :)

03-14-2011, 12:17 PM
Some Day My Prince Will Come

Dave Brubeck
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSGm2x7DEB8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSGm2x7DEB8)

Lena Horne vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy-j3VoHrZA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy-j3VoHrZA)

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lo18F5ObPng (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lo18F5ObPng)

Keith Jarret
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8jS8LcsR1Q (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8jS8LcsR1Q)

Chet Baker
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWa3hBhgTog (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lWa3hBhgTog)

Bill Evans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VigOzx_8BbU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VigOzx_8BbU)

"Some Day My Prince Will Come" is a popular song from Walt Disney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Walt_Disney)'s 1937 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1937) animated movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Snow_White_and_the_Seven_Dwarfs_(1937_film)). It was written by Larry Morey (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Larry_Morey&action=edit&redlink=1) (lyrics) & Frank Churchill (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Churchill) (music), and performed by Adriana Caselotti (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Adriana_Caselotti) (Snow White's voice in the movie).

[hide (http://forum.xnxx.com/#)]

1 Overview (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Overview)
2 As a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/#As_a_jazz_standard)
3 Pop covers (http://forum.xnxx.com/#Pop_covers)
4 See also (http://forum.xnxx.com/#See_also)
5 References (http://forum.xnxx.com/#References)
6 External links (http://forum.xnxx.com/#External_links)


This song first appears 57:56 into the movie, when Princess Snow White (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Princess_Snow_White) sings a bedtime song for the dwarfs after their small party. It later appears when Snow White is making a pie and once more in a more formal version when the prince takes Snow White away at the end.
The American Film Institute (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/American_Film_Institute) listed this song at #19 on their list of the 100 greatest songs in movie history (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/AFI%27s_100_Years..._100_Songs). Following "When You Wish Upon A Star (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/When_You_Wish_Upon_A_Star)" from Pinocchio (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pinocchio_(1940_film)), this is the second highest ranked song from a Disney movie.
As a jazz standard

The song was performed in the 1948 film Mickey as "One Day My Prince Will Come".
In 1957, the jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) pianist (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pianist) Dave Brubeck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Brubeck), inspired by an anthology of Disney tunes owned by his child, included a version of the song on the album Dave Digs Disney (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Dave_Digs_Disney&action=edit&redlink=1).
The song quickly became popular amongst jazz musicians, who considered its chord sequence to be particularly satisfying.[citation needed (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Citation_needed)] Later versions were recorded by Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans), Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis), Oscar Peterson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oscar_Peterson), and many times by Herbie Hancock (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Hancock), who would use it as the basis for a virtuoso showpiece display.
The recording on the 1961 Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) album, Someday My Prince Will Come (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Someday_My_Prince_Will_Come_(album)), features a pedal point (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pedal_point) interlude between choruses that has often been imitated. Pianist Wynton Kelly (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wynton_Kelly), who performed on Davis' version, recorded the track as a trio later that year on his own album of the same name (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Someday_My_Prince_Will_Come_(Wynton_Kelly_album)).
Lena Horne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lena_Horne), in 1976 sang a version with the Robert Farnon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Robert_Farnon) Orchestra and Phil Woods (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Phil_Woods) on A New Album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lena:_A_New_Album).
The Chet Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Baker) Trio recorded an album called Someday My Prince Will Come in 1979.
Sun Ra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sun_Ra)'s 1989 live album Second Star to the Right includes a version of the song that incorporated both vocals and an extended rubato saxophone solo.
Bassist Stanley Clarke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stanley_Clarke) recorded a cover on the album Jazz in the Garden (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_in_the_Garden). The album features Lenny White (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lenny_White) on drums.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
Pop covers

Diana Ross & The Supremes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diana_Ross_%26_The_Supremes) in 1967 for their proposed, yet unreleased album Diana Ross & The Supremes Sing Disney Classics.

Patricia Paay (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Patricia_Paay), in 1976, released a disco (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Disco) version.

Sinéad O'Connor (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sin%C3%A9ad_O%27Connor), for the 1988 compilation Stay Awake (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stay_Awake_(album)).

Cindy Lauper (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cindy_Lauper),in 2001 for the Cindy Lauper the Disney Classic (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Cindy_Lauper_the_Disney_Classic&action=edit&redlink=1).

Tanya Tucker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tanya_Tucker), on the 1996 compilation album The Best of Country Sing the Best of Disney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Best_of_Country_Sing_the_Best_of_Disney).

Barbra Streisand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Barbra_Streisand), with altered lyrics in the 2001 DVD/Video Platinum Edition (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Platinum_Edition) release of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Snow_White_and_the_Seven_Dwarfs_(1937_film)); as part of a Disney medley on the CD "Barbra: The Concert" (Sony, 1994), and a studio recorded version included found on "The Essential Barbra Streisand (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Essential_Barbra_Streisand)" compilation (Sony, 2002).

Anastacia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anastacia), on the 2002 DisneyMania (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/DisneyMania) compilation and on Freak of Nature: Collector's Edition (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Freak_of_Nature).

Ayumi Hamasaki (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ayumi_Hamasaki), in 2002 as "Someday My Prince Will Come". Never for sale[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1), the song was used by Disney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Disney) in a promotional video for the re-release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Snow_White_and_the_Seven_Dwarfs_(1937_film)) in Japan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Japan).[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)

Julie Andrews (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_Andrews), for her 2005 album Julie Andrews Selects Her Favorite Disney Songs.

Ashley Tisdale (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ashley_Tisdale), in 2006 for the DisneyMania 4 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/DisneyMania_4) compilation album with Drew Seeley (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Drew_Seeley) on backup vocals.

The Cheetah Girls (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Cheetah_Girls_(recording_artists)), in 2008 for the DisneyMania 6 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/DisneyMania_6) compilation.[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)

Thelma Aoyama (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thelma_Aoyama), in 2009 as the B-side (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/B-side) on her single "Todoketai.../Kono Mama Zutto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Todoketai.../Kono_Mama_Zutto)".

Tiffany Thornton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tiffany_Thornton), for the 2009 DVD/Blu-Ray release of Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Snow_White_and_the_Seven_Dwarfs_(1937_film))

03-17-2011, 12:40 PM

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Jazz Drummer Joe Morello, Of 'Take Five' Fame, Dies At 82 (http://www.npr.org/blogs/ablogsupreme/2011/03/13/134493874/jazz-drummer-joe-morello-of-take-five-fame-dies-at-82)

05:20 pm
March 12, 2011

by Patrick Jarenwattananon

Enlarge (http://javascript<b></b>:void(0);) Andrew Lepley/Redferns Joe Morello, 1928-2011.

Andrew Lepley/Redferns Joe Morello, 1928-2011.

Drummer Joe Morello, the longtime drummer with the Dave Brubeck (http://www.npr.org/artists/15156676/dave-brubeck) Quartet, has died.
Raised in Springfield, Mass. with impaired vision from birth, Morello eventually found his way to New York City, where he played with many leading jazz musicians. In the 1950s, he was a regular member of pianist and NPR host Marian McPartland's band. In 1990, that band, known as the Hickory House Trio after the venue of their employment, reconvened to tape a special reunion episode of Marian McPartland's Piano Jazz (http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=15123976).
However, Morello is best known for his tenure with Brubeck, who employed him for over 12 years during the height of Brubeck's fame. Famously, the smash hit "Take Five" was arranged as a solo feature (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tTyTc6FjjU) for Morello.
Source: YouTube

After the Brubeck quartet disbanded in 1968, Morello eventually turned to teaching, whether private lessons, clinics or instructional books. He died Saturday morning, March 12, 2011 at his home in New Jersey. He was 82.
UPDATE: Dave Brubeck has released a statement, via an e-mail from his wife, Iola Brubeck. Here it is:

The loss of my friend Joe Morello came as a complete shock to me. Many people consider the rhythm section of Eugene Wright and Joe Morello in my Quartet as being one of the most consistent, swinging rhythm sections in jazz. Joe was a pioneer in odd-time signatures and a vital part of the "time" series the Quartet made at Columbia Records. His drum solo on "Take Five" is still being heard around the world. Drummers world-wide remember Joe as one of the greatest drummers we have known. He was a good friend. Eugene and I talked yesterday about how much we will miss him.

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03-17-2011, 12:49 PM
Take 5
"A" part by Paul Desmond
Bridge part by Dave Brubeck

Drum solo by Joe Morello
Tenor sax solo by Paul Desmond
Piano solo by Dave Brubeck
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2In5a9LDNg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2In5a9LDNg)

Quincy Jones
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXHwkUnydd0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXHwkUnydd0)

Carmen McRae vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtiM69B-x7g (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtiM69B-x7g)

Grover Washington Jr.

"Take Five" is a jazz piece written by Paul Desmond (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paul_Desmond) and performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Dave_Brubeck_Quartet) on their 1959 album Time Out (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Time_Out_(album)). Recorded at Columbia's 30th Street Studios (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/CBS_30th_Street_Studio) in New York City on June 25, July 1, and August 18, 1959,[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) this piece became one of the group's best-known records, famous for its distinctive, catchy saxophone melody and use of the unusual quintuple (5/4) time (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/5/4_time), from which its name is derived.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) While "Take Five" was not the first jazz composition to use this meter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Metre_(music)), it was one of the first in the United States to achieve mainstream significance, reaching #25 on the Billboard Hot 100 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_Hot_100) and #5 on Billboard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_(magazine))'s Easy Listening (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Easy_Listening) survey, the precursor to today's Adult Contemporary (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hot_Adult_Contemporary_Tracks) charts, in 1961, two years after its initial release.
"Take Five" was re-recorded and performed live multiple times by The Dave Brubeck Quartet throughout the group's career. In addition, there have been many covers of the piece. Some versions also feature lyrics, including a 1961 recording with lyrics written by Dave Brubeck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Brubeck) and his wife Iola, sung by Carmen McRae (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carmen_McRae). Al Jarreau (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Al_Jarreau) performed an unusual scat version of the song in Germany in 1976.
"Take Five" has been included in countless movies and television soundtracks, and still receives significant radio play.
Upon his death in 1977, Desmond left the rights to royalties for performances (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Performing_royalty#Performance_royalties) and compositions, including "Take Five", to the American Red Cross (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/American_Red_Cross), which has since received combined royalties of approximately $100,000 per year.[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)
Cover versions

1962 – Swedish singer Monica Zetterlund (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Monica_Zetterlund)
1963 – Antonio Diaz "Chocolate" Mena (Eso Es Latin Jazz...Man!)
1967 – Trudy Pitts (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Trudy_Pitts) (Introducing The Fabulous Trudy Pitts)
1968 - Val Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Val_Bennett) (The Russians Are Coming)
1973 – Chet Atkins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Atkins)
1974 – Augustus Pablo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Augustus_Pablo) ("Ital Dub") ("The Big Rip Off")
1977 – Al Jarreau (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Al_Jarreau) (Look To The Rainbow)
1979 – George Benson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Benson) (Take Five)
1983 – Quincy Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quincy_Jones) (Take Five)
1986 – George Benson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Benson) (Live from Montreux)
1991 – Acoustic Alchemy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Acoustic_Alchemy) (Reference Point)[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)
1992 – Grover Washington, Jr. (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grover_Washington,_Jr.) (Take Five (Take Another Five))
1996 – The Specials (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Specials) ("Take Five")
1996 – Moe Koffman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Moe_Koffman) ("Take Five")
1997 – Aziza Mustafazadeh (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Aziza_Mustafazadeh) ("Take Five") (Jazziza (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazziza) album)
1998 – Eric Singleton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eric_Singleton)/'XL'
1999 – The String Cheese Incident (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_String_Cheese_Incident) (Carnival '99)[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4)
1999 – Electronica (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Electronica)\New Age music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_Age_music) group Dancing Fantasy (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Dancing_Fantasy&action=edit&redlink=1) (Dancing Fantasy)[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5)

2000 – The String Cheese Incident (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_String_Cheese_Incident), "Carnival '99 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carnival_%2799)"
2002 – Rodrigo y Gabriela (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rodrigo_y_Gabriela) ("Take 5 (Foc (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Re-Foc)-ing version 9)")
2002 – King Tubby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/King_Tubby), a dub (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dub_music) version released posthumously
2008 – New York Ska Jazz Ensemble (Step Forward)
2009 – Bugge Wesseltoft (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bugge_Wesseltoft) (Playing)
2010 – Indigo (Stay Together)

03-19-2011, 02:14 PM
The Duke
written by Dave Brubeck

Dave Brubeck quartet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfLJN2ltEEI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FfLJN2ltEEI)

Miles Davis and Gil Evans Orchestra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyzVnPoIBHg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyzVnPoIBHg)

03-19-2011, 09:52 PM
R.I.P., Joe. Under-appreciated, but a phenomenal drummer

03-20-2011, 12:30 PM
Blue Rondo a la Turk
written by Dave Brubeck

Brubeck Quartet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kc34Uj8wlmE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kc34Uj8wlmE)

Al Jarreau vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZxplvVCcpE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZxplvVCcpE)

"Blue Rondo ŕ la Turk" is a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) composition by Dave Brubeck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Brubeck). It appeared on the album Time Out (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Time_Out_(album)) in 1959. It is written in 9/8 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Compound_meter_(music)) and swing (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Swing_music)4/4 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/4/4).


Brubeck heard the unusual "1-2/1-2/1-2/1-2-3" rhythm performed by Turkish musicians on the street. Upon asking the musicians where they got the rhythm, one replied "This rhythm is to us, what the blues is to you." Hence the title "Blue Rondo ŕ la Turk."[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
The piece is sometimes incorrectly assumed to be based on the Mozart composition "Rondo alla Turca (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rondo_alla_Turca)." In 2003, during an interview, Dave Brubeck commented that "I should've just called it 'Blue Rondo', because the title just seemed to confuse people."[citation needed (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:Citation_needed)]
Derivative pieces

Keith Emerson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Keith_Emerson) used this song (uncredited) when he was with progressive rock band The Nice (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Nice), using it as the basis of "Rondo" from the album The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Thoughts_of_Emerlist_Davjack). Later, Emerson folded the melody into the 14-minute "Finale (Medley)" on the 1993 Emerson, Lake & Palmer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Emerson,_Lake_%26_Palmer) release Live at the Royal Albert Hall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_at_the_Royal_Albert_Hall_(Emerson,_Lake_and_Palmer_album)), as well as improvisations on "Fanfare for the Common Man (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fanfare_for_the_Common_Man)". Those medleys also included themes from other well-known tunes including "América (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/America_(West_Side_Story_song))" from West Side Story (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/West_Side_Story), "Toccata and Fugue in D (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Toccata_and_Fugue_in_D_minor,_BWV_565)", and "Flight of the Bumblebee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Flight_of_the_Bumblebee)". Emerson has frequently used the "Rondo" as a closing number during live performances through his career.
French singer Claude Nougaro (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Claude_Nougaro) used this composition as a musical foundation for his song "Ŕ bout de souffle".
The song "Vesuvius" by Frank Ticheli (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Ticheli) borrows a motif from Blue Rondo.
Cover versions

In 2008, well-known pianist in the jazz fusion (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_fusion)\contemporary jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Smooth_jazz) scene David Benoit (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/David_Benoit_(musician)) covered the song from two of his albums, 2006's "Standards"[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1) and renditions-packed album "Heroes"[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)

Other notable covers include:

Al Jarreau (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Al_Jarreau) adds lyrics on Breakin' Away (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Breakin%27_Away_(album)).
Richard Clayderman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Richard_Clayderman) instrumental cover on "Light Classics"
Salvator Cirillo (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Salvator_Cirillo&action=edit&redlink=1) on "Unpretentious"
The Canadian Brass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Canadian_Brass) on "Showtime"
Marcel Dadi (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marcel_Dadi) Classical Guitar on "Guitar Memories"
Quatuor De Saxophones Diaphase (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Quatuor_De_Saxophones_Diaphase&action=edit&redlink=1)
Stochelo Rosenberg, Romane (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Stochelo_Rosenberg,_Romane&action=edit&redlink=1) on "Double Jeu"
Richard Greene (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Richard_Greene) on "Breaking The Rules"
Duo Bergerac (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Duo_Bergerac&action=edit&redlink=1) Classical Guitar on "Blue Rondo"

03-20-2011, 12:34 PM
R.I.P., Joe. Under-appreciated, but a phenomenal drummer

Yes, a lot of 4 meter drummers could learn somthing from him.
He became a teacher to put bread on the table, like many jazz musicians.

03-21-2011, 11:36 AM
Pick Up Sticks
by Dave Brubeck

Dave Brubeck Quartet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmltzducSUY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmltzducSUY)

Thiis song is in 6/4 time. 1-2-3-4-5-6/1-2-3-4-5-6....
It was featured on the famous "Time Out" record album described below.

Time Out (album)

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Time Outhttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/e/e5/Time_out_album_cover.jpg/220px-Time_out_album_cover.jpg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:Time_out_album_cover.jpg)Studio album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Studio_album) by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Dave_Brubeck_Quartet)Released1959RecordedJune 25, July 1, August 18, 1959 at Columbia's 30th Street Studio (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/CBS_30th_Street_Studio), New York City (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/New_York_City)Genre (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Music_genre)Cool jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cool_jazz), West Coast jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/West_Coast_jazz)Length38:21Label (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Record_label)Columbia Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Columbia_Records)Producer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Record_producer)Teo Macero (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Teo_Macero)Professional reviews

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Port Halcyon (favorable) Nov. 2004 (http://www.porthalcyon.com/reviews/200411/brubeck.shtml)
Mojo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mojo_(magazine)) (favorable)[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

Dave Brubeck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Brubeck) chronologyGone with the Wind (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gone_with_the_Wind_(Dave_Brubeck_album))
(1959)Time Out
(1959)The Riddle (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=The_Riddle_(Dave_Brubeck_album)&action=edit&redlink=1)
(1959)Time Out is a 1959 album (originally issued as CS 8192) by The Dave Brubeck Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Dave_Brubeck_Quartet), based upon the use of time signatures (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Time_signature) that were unusual for jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) (mainly waltz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Waltz) or double-waltz time, but also 9/8, and most famously 5/4). The style is a subtle blend of cool (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cool_jazz) and West Coast (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/West_Coast_jazz) jazz.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Dummies-1)[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Meet-2)
Although the album was intended as an experiment (Columbia president Goddard Lieberson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Goddard_Lieberson) was willing to chance releasing it) and received negative reviews by critics upon its release, it became one of the best-known and biggest-selling jazz albums, reaching number two in the U.S. (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/United_States) Billboard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_magazine) "Pop Albums" chart, and produced one single (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Single_(music))—Paul Desmond (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paul_Desmond)'s "Take Five (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Take_Five)"—that reached number five in the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Adult_Contemporary_chart).
In 2005, it was one of 50 recordings chosen that year by the Library of Congress (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Library_of_Congress) to be added to the National Recording Registry (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/National_Recording_Registry). It was also listed on the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1001_Albums_You_Must_Hear_Before_You_Die).


The album is a blend of cool (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cool_jazz) and West Coast (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/West_Coast_jazz) jazz.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Dummies-1) Although the theme (and the title) of Time Out is non-common-time signatures, things are not quite so simple. "Blue Rondo ŕ la Turk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blue_Rondo_%C3%A0_la_Turk)" starts in 9/8, with a typically Balkan 2+2+2+3 subdivision into short and long beats (the rhythm of the Turkish zeybek (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Zeybek_dance), equivalent of the Greek zeibekiko (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Zeibekiko)) as opposed to the more Western 3+3+3 pattern, but the saxophone and piano solos are in 4/4. (Despite its title, "Blue Rondo ŕ la Turk" is a play on Mozart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart)'s "Rondo alla Turca" from his Piano Sonata No. 11 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Piano_Sonata_No._11_(Mozart)),[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Meet-2) along with a Turkish rhythm that Brubeck heard.)[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)
"Strange Meadow Lark" begins with a piano solo that exhibits no clear time signature but then settles into a fairly ordinary 4/4 swing once the rest of the group joins. "Take Five" ("supposed to be a Joe Morello (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joe_Morello) drum solo", according to Desmond) is in 5/4 throughout. "Three to Get Ready" begins in waltz-time, after which it begins to alternate between two measures of 3/4 (the waltz-time), and two of 4/4. "Kathy's Waltz" (misspelled, but named after Brubeck's daughter, Cathy) starts in 4/4, and only later switches to double-waltz time, before merging the two. "Everybody's Jumpin'" is mainly in a very flexible 6/4, while "Pick Up Sticks" firms that up into a clear and steady 6/4.
It has been speculated that "Kathy's Waltz" inspired the song "All My Loving (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/All_My_Loving)", written by Paul McCartney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paul_McCartney) and performed by The Beatles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Beatles), as they share similar rhythmic endings to the last phrases of their melodies.[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4)
Track listing

All pieces composed by Dave Brubeck (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Brubeck), except "Take Five (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Take_Five)" by Paul Desmond (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paul_Desmond).

Side one
"Blue Rondo ŕ la Turk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blue_Rondo_%C3%A0_la_Turk)" – 6:44
"Strange Meadow Lark" – 7:22
"Take Five (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Take_Five)" – 5:24
Side two
"Three to Get Ready" – 5:24
"Kathy's Waltz" – 4:48
"Everybody's Jumpin'" – 4:23
"Pick Up Sticks" – 4:16

03-21-2011, 11:42 AM
Unsquare Dance
by Dave Brubeck

Dave Brubeck Quartet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmBkL3iEbN4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fmBkL3iEbN4)

This song is in 7/4 time... 1-2-3-4-1-2-3/1-2-3-4-1-2-3/....

03-21-2011, 11:57 AM
A Mass to Hope
writtten by Dave Brubeck

December 2, 1997 Great Hall of the Moscow Conservatory. Fragment from "To Hope! A Celebration" mass with the Russian National orchestra. Star jazz musicians with Dave Brubeck in Moscow include Bobby Militello on sax, Jack Six on bass and drummer Randy Jones.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2FNC66gBJ8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r2FNC66gBJ8)

Conducted by Russell Gloyd. Soloists are soprano Maria Maskhulia, tenor Mark Bleeke and bass-baritone Kevin Deas. Yurlov Russian State Academic Choir.

03-23-2011, 11:26 AM
music by Eroll Garner

Stan Getz et. al.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6np1zhRar0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6np1zhRar0)

Barney Kessel guitar feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjI0XyrgtCU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjI0XyrgtCU)

Sarah Vaughan vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgM10mU9MX4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgM10mU9MX4)

Stan Kenton Orchestra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6Ad0Rol_hg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6Ad0Rol_hg)

Misty" is a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) written in 1954 by the pianist Erroll Garner (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Erroll_Garner).
Originally composed as an instrumental following the traditional 32-bar format, the tune later had lyrics by Johnny Burke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Burke_(lyricist)) and became the signature song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Signature_song) of Johnny Mathis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Mathis), reaching #12 on the U.S. Pop Singles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_Hot_100) chart in 1959. It has been covered numerous times, perhaps most notably by Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald), Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan) (1959 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1959_in_music)), Billy Eckstine (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billy_Eckstine) (1960), Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) and Earl Grant (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Earl_Grant) (1961 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1961_in_music)), Lloyd Price (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lloyd_Price) (1963 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1963_in_music)), and also by Ray Stevens (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Stevens) (1975 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1975_in_music)) as a country (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Country_music) song. A version was also recorded by Julie London (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_London) and an instrumental version by The Shadows (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Shadows).
Erroll Garner (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Erroll_Garner)'s version of the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/List_of_Grammy_Hall_of_Fame_Award_recipients_J-P) in 1991,[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) and Johnny Mathis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Mathis) version of the song was inducted in 2002. The 1975 country version by Ray Stevens (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Stevens) won a Grammy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy) in the category of Music Arrangement of the Year.
The song plays a key role in the plot of the movie Play Misty for Me (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Play_Misty_for_Me) (1971). Clint Eastwood and Universal paid $25,000 to use the song in the film.
In 1993, guitarist Larry Coryell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Larry_Coryell) covered the song from his album "Fallen Angel."[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
That same year, alto saxophonist Dave Koz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Koz) covered the song from his album "Lucky Man."[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)
Clay Aiken (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clay_Aiken) recorded the song on his 2010 album Tried and True (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tried_and_True).

03-24-2011, 11:14 AM
Stolen Moments

CarmenMcRae and Betty Carter vocal duet

Frank Zappa (this version is cut short on youtube)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7w4XwjZArU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7w4XwjZArU)

Eric Dolphy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NfFWebvjSM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NfFWebvjSM)

Bill Evans, Paul Chambers, Freddie Hubbard, Eric Dolphy and Roy Haynes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I777BcgQL9o (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I777BcgQL9o)

Ahmad Jamal piano feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HClD5wy7K5s&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HClD5wy7K5s&feature=related)

Bobby Hutcherson:vib,Herbie Hancock:p,Ron Carter:b, Tonny Williams:ds
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtFArvNXQV0&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VtFArvNXQV0&feature=related)

"Stolen Moments" is a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) composed by Oliver Nelson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oliver_Nelson). It is a sixteen-bar piece (in an eight-six-two pattern), though the solos (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Solo_(music)) are on a conventional minor key (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Minor_key)12 bar blues (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/12_bar_blues) structure.
The piece first appeared as "The Stolen Moment" on the 1960 album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Album) "Trane Whistle (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Trane_Whistle&action=edit&redlink=1)" by Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eddie_%22Lockjaw%22_Davis), which was largely written and co-arranged by Oliver Nelson. It was not marked out as anything special, in fact the covernotes only mention that the trumpet solo is by Bob Bryant (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Bob_Bryant&action=edit&redlink=1) and that Eric Dolphy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eric_Dolphy)'s bass clarinet can be heard briefly on the closing. However, in the liner notes to Eric Dolphy: The Complete Prestige Recordings, Bill Kirchner states that this incorrectly credits Dolphy with playing what's actually the baritone saxophone of George Barrow, with Dolphy's contribution to the piece being the 2nd alto behind Nelson. Its first well-known recording was the version on Nelson's own 1961 album The Blues and the Abstract Truth (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Blues_and_the_Abstract_Truth). Nelson's solo on this version contains "possibly the most famous" use of the augmented scale (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Augmented_scale) in jazz[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-Secrets-0).
Singer Mark Murphy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mark_Murphy_(singer)) wrote lyrics (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lyrics) for his 1978 version.
Ann Fischer later wrote different lyrics (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lyrics) to Nelson's original melody. They were first recorded on the 1987 album The Carmen McRae-Betty Carter Duets (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Carmen_McRae-Betty_Carter_Duets). This vocal version of "Stolen Moments" was given the alternate title "You Belong to Her".

"Stolen Moments" has been recorded numerous times. Although Oliver Nelson himself has never used the title as an album title, quite a lot of other artists have. In 1994 the title was used for a compilation album in the Red Hot AIDS Benefit Series (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_Hot_AIDS_Benefit_Series), which helped popularize this and other jazz standards among a wider audience.

Some recorded versions:

1966 by Booker Ervin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Booker_Ervin) on the album Structurally Sound (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Structurally_Sound)
1968 by Phil Woods (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Phil_Woods) and his European Rhythm Machine on the album Americans Swinging in Paris
1970 by Ahmad Jamal (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ahmad_Jamal), album The Awakening
1978 by Mark Murphy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mark_Murphy_(singer)), album Stolen Moments
1979 by Jimmy Raney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Raney) and Doug Raney (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doug_Raney), a father and son jazz guitar duo, album Stolen Moments
1988 by Frank Zappa (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Zappa) on the album Broadway the Hard Way (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadway_the_Hard_Way) (trumpet solo by Walt Fowler (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Walt_Fowler&action=edit&redlink=1)); after the trumpet solo, Zappa invites Sting (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sting_(musician)) to sit in with the band, and he sings a unique, modified version of the Police (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Police) song "Murder by Numbers" over the "Stolen Moments" vamp. The band finishes by returning to the Nelson melody.
1990 by Lee Ritenour (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lee_Ritenour), album Stolen Moments
1991 by Stanley Jordan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stanley_Jordan), album Stolen Moments
1991 by New York Voices (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=New_York_Voices&action=edit&redlink=1) on the album Heart of Fire.
1994 by United Future Organization (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/United_Future_Organization) on the compilation album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Compilation_album) Stolen Moments: Red Hot + Cool (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stolen_Moments:_Red_Hot_%2B_Cool)
1996 by Jimmy Smith (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Smith_(musician)) on the album Angel Eyes
2002 by Kenny Burrell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Burrell), album Stolen Moments
2003 by Gap Mangione (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gap_Mangione), album Stolen Moments
2005 by Telefon Tel Aviv, album "Remixes Compiled"
Other artists that have recorded the piece: Ray Brown (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Brown_(musician)), Caribbean Jazz Project (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Caribbean_Jazz_Project), Betty Carter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Betty_Carter), Sonny Criss (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sonny_Criss), Joyce DiCamillo (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Joyce_DiCamillo&action=edit&redlink=1), Booker Ervin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Booker_Ervin), Freddie Hubbard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Freddie_Hubbard), Milt Jackson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Milt_Jackson), J. J. Johnson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/J._J._Johnson), Quincy Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quincy_Jones), Oliver Lake (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oliver_Lake), Andy LaVerne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andy_LaVerne), Lorne Lofsky (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lorne_Lofsky), Herbie Mann (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Mann), Jon Mayer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jon_Mayer), Carmen McRae (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carmen_McRae), One for All (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/One_for_All_(band)), Hilton Ruiz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hilton_Ruiz), Andy Summers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andy_Summers), Bill Taylor (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Taylor), Turtle Island String Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Turtle_Island_String_Quartet), Sadao Watanabe (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sadao_Watanabe), Grover Washington, Jr. (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grover_Washington,_Jr.), Snakefinger (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Snakefinger), Avi Lebovich & The Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Avi_Lebovich_%26_The_Orchestra&action=edit&redlink=1), Soil & "Pimp" Sessions (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Soil_%26_%22Pimp%22_Sessions), Fancie (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Fancie&action=edit&redlink=1)

03-24-2011, 02:05 PM
Good one, Whitey

03-25-2011, 11:44 AM
Lullaby of Birdland
music by George Shearing

George Shearing piano with vibes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNSxiLnJSVQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNSxiLnJSVQ)

Sarah Vaughan vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8cFdZyWOOs (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8cFdZyWOOs)

Ella Fitzgerald live at Newport Jazz Festival
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFU_JKPVnHQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFU_JKPVnHQ)

Chaka Kahn live video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bIyUXY9RV0&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bIyUXY9RV0&feature=related)

Mel Torme vocal with George Shearing on piano
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TpS7wzTGWg (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TpS7wzTGWg)

Mina vocal with big band and dancers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fcJE0Smrnk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fcJE0Smrnk)

"Lullaby of Birdland" is a 1952 popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music)song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) with music by George Shearing (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Shearing) and lyrics by George David Weiss (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_David_Weiss) under the pseudonym "B. Y. Forster" in order to circumvent the rule that ASCAP (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/ASCAP) and BMI (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadcast_Music_Incorporated) composers could not collaborate. The title refers to Charlie "Bird" Parker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker) and the Birdland jazz club (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Birdland_(jazz_club)) named after him. The song has been recorded by many vocal and instrumental performers, including Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) (1954 chart record), Chris Connor (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chris_Connor), Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan), Chaka Khan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chaka_Khan), Mel Torme (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mel_Torme), Nikki Yanofsky (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nikki_Yanofsky), pianist Friedrich Gulda (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Friedrich_Gulda), Korean singer Insooni (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Insooni), Finnish (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Finland) singer Olavi Virta (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Olavi_Virta) (in Finnish (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Finnish_language)) and Italian singer Mina (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mina_(singer)). In Stan Freberg's comic version of "The Great Pretender", the jazz pianist ad libs the first six notes of "Lullaby of Birdland", before the singer angrily shouts "WATCH IT!!"
Oh, lullaby of birdland, that's what IAlways hear when you sigh,Never in my wordland could there be ways to revealin a phrase how I feelHave you ever heard two turtle dovesBill and coo, when they love?That's the kind of magic music we make with our lipsWhen we kissAnd there's a weepy old willowHe really knows how to cry,That's how I'd cry in my pillowIf you should tell me farewell and goodbyeLullaby of birdland whisper lowKiss me sweet, and we'll goFlying high in birdland, high in the sky up aboveAll because we're in love

03-26-2011, 11:22 PM
Darn That Dream
music by Jimmy Van Heusen

Miles Davis with Kenny Hagood vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9Rr5kmmmdE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9Rr5kmmmdE)

Billie Holiday vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaSu5r9_-3E (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaSu5r9_-3E)

Dexter Gordon
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuvI976HBKM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuvI976HBKM)

Jerry Mulligan on sax and Chet Baker on trumpet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h6B0Z0AAYk&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h6B0Z0AAYk&feature=related)

Bill Evans on piano and Jim Hall on guitar
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSA_4gVD_dk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSA_4gVD_dk)

Thelonious Monk on piano
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ElwEP6qZ10&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ElwEP6qZ10&feature=related)

Doris Day vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncgB2lhzM0U (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ncgB2lhzM0U)

"Darn That Dream" is a popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music) song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) with music by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen) and lyrics by Eddie DeLange (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eddie_DeLange), published in 1939 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1939_in_music).
The song was introduced in the Broadway (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Broadway_theater) musical (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Musical_play) Swingin' The Dream.
Recorded versions

Chet Baker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chet_Baker) - Best Of Chet Baker Plays (1992)
Blue Barron (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blue_Barron) and his orchestra (vocal: Tommy Ryan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tommy_Ryan)) (1940)
Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) - Birth Of The Cool (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Birth_Of_The_Cool) (vocal by Kenny Hagood (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Hagood)) (1950)
Doris Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doris_Day) ' You're My Thrill/Young at Heart (2007)
Tommy Dorsey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tommy_Dorsey) and his orchestra (vocal: Anita Boyer (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Anita_Boyer&action=edit&redlink=1)) (1940)
Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans) and Jim Hall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jim_Hall) (1963)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) and Nelson Riddle (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nelson_Riddle) on the Verve Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Verve_Records) album Ella Swings Gently with Nelson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Swings_Gently_with_Nelson) (1962)
Benny Goodman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Benny_Goodman) and his orchestra (vocal: Mildred Bailey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mildred_Bailey)) (1940)
Dexter Gordon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dexter_Gordon) (1964)
Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday) - All Or Nothing At All (1996)
Ahmad Jamal (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ahmad_Jamal) (released 1951)
Clifford Jordan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clifford_Jordan) (1976)
Thelonious Monk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Thelonious_Monk) (1956)
Dianne Reeves (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dianne_Reeves) - A Little Moonlight (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Little_Moonlight) (2003)
Tom Harrell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tom_Harrell) - Labyrinth (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Labyrinth) (1996)
Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan) with Count Basie Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Count_Basie_Orchestra) - No Count Sarah (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/No_Count_Sarah) (1958)
Dinah Washington (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dinah_Washington) - Dinah Jams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dinah_Jams) (1954 remastered in 1990)

03-27-2011, 01:27 PM
Seven Steps to Heaven

Miles Davis, Gordon Goodwin Big Band Arrangement
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hy-Z23xChdQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hy-Z23xChdQ)

Miles Davis Quintet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szL5qV6WmuI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szL5qV6WmuI)

Chet Baker
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiRdhrsr-f8 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiRdhrsr-f8)

Stan Getz
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=az-NfhfL_-k (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=az-NfhfL_-k)

You Sueng Ho Trio
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYKFnSsr5-4&playnext=1&list=PL02BD82BB13A03408 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYKFnSsr5-4&playnext=1&list=PL02BD82BB13A03408)

Seven Steps to Heaven is an album recorded in 1963 by Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis). On the 16th and 17th of April, a quintet comprising Davis, George Coleman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Coleman), Victor Feldman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Victor_Feldman), Ron Carter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ron_Carter) and Frank Butler (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Butler_(musician)) recorded all six tunes plus "Summer Night", for an album to be titled So Near, So Far. A month later, Davis re-recorded three of the tunes (tracks 2, 4 & 6) with a new quintet, replacing Feldman with Herbie Hancock (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Hancock) and Butler with Tony Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Williams). The new rhythm section of Hancock, Carter and Williams would form the nucleus of Davis's working band for the next five years. This is the last of Davis's studio albums which relies substantially on standard tunes - once Wayne Shorter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wayne_Shorter) joined the quintet in 1964, tunes on studio recordings were almost always composed by members of the group

Track listing
"Basin Street Blues (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Basin_Street_Blues)" (Spencer Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Spencer_Williams)) - 10:30
"Seven Steps to Heaven" (Victor Feldman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Victor_Feldman), Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis)) - 6:26
"I Fall in Love Too Easily" (Jules Styne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jules_Styne)) - 6:46
"So Near, So Far" (Tony Crombie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Crombie), Benny Green (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Benny_Green)[disambiguation needed (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Disambiguation/Fixing_links)]) - 6:59
"Baby, Won't You Please Come Home? (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Baby,_Won%27t_You_Please_Come_Home%3F)" (Charles Warfield (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Charles_Warfield&action=edit&redlink=1), Clarence Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clarence_Williams_(musician))) - 8:28
"Joshua" (Victor Feldman) - 7:00
Tracks 1, 3 & 5 are tracks produced from the April session with Feldman, Butler, Carter and feature Davis in a quartet setting without Coleman.

CD reissue includes an alternate take of "So Near, So Far" (from the April session) and "Summer Night", recorded by the Feldman/Butler quintet during the same sessions, but originally released on Quiet Nights (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quiet_Nights_(Miles_Davis_and_Gil_Evans_album)).
The alternate take of "So Near, So Far" produces a rare phenomenon - an alternate take with a different rhythm section. This would be no great deal were it not for the fact that Feldman and Butler were of such a startlingly different style from Hancock and Williams, almost of a different age.

Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) - Trumpet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Trumpet)
George Coleman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Coleman) - Tenor Saxophone (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Saxophone)
Victor Feldman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Victor_Feldman) - Piano (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Piano) (April session)
Herbie Hancock (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Hancock) - Piano (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Piano) (May session)
Ron Carter (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ron_Carter) - Double bass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Double_bass)
Frank Butler (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Butler_(musician)) - drums (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Drum_kit) (April session)
Tony Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Williams) - drums (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Drum_kit) (May session)

03-27-2011, 01:39 PM
Seven Steps To Heaven

Take 6 vocal group
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMq8AkItCbc&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMq8AkItCbc&feature=related)

03-29-2011, 12:19 PM
music credited to Miles Davis, but may have been written by Eddie Vinson for Miles Davis in 1954
words written by Jon Hendricks

Miles Davis and John Coltrane live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KX_iUXGk0js (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KX_iUXGk0js)

Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fk1c4YFUywc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fk1c4YFUywc)

04-02-2011, 01:56 PM
a bebop tune written by Sonny Rollins, in 1954

Miles Davis with Sonny Rollins and others. Sonny wote this tune, while he was a side man at the recording session.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hx59GG1dl4&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hx59GG1dl4&feature=related)

Sonny Rollins live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVduFJxEKOQ&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVduFJxEKOQ&feature=related)

Michael Brecker live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns02jzH8Ccw&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns02jzH8Ccw&feature=related)

Bill Evans piano feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcbgRI7lbNQ&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcbgRI7lbNQ&feature=related)

Oleo is a term for oil, as in a chep butter substitute that was popular in the 1950's. The chord progression is the same as the Gershwin tune "I Got Rhythm" with a new melody that Sonny Rollins made up.

04-03-2011, 02:05 PM
A Night In Tunisia
Dizzy Gillespie

Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, et al
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxibMBV3nFo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxibMBV3nFo)

Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHKyVJ5YfNU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHKyVJ5YfNU)

Manhattan Jazz Quintet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nITMAUihpew&playnext=1&list=PLAFDFFB3A057F236D (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nITMAUihpew&playnext=1&list=PLAFDFFB3A057F236D)

Chaka Kahn
http://forum.xnxx.com/forumdisplay.php?f=5 (http://forum.xnxx.com/forumdisplay.php?f=5)

"A Night in Tunisia" is a musical composition (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Musical_composition) written by Dizzy Gillespie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dizzy_Gillespie) in 1942 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1942) while he was playing with the Earl Hines (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Earl_Hines) Band. It has become a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard).
It is also known as "Interlude",[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0) under which title it was recorded (with lyrics) by Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan) and Anita O'Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anita_O%27Day). Gillespie himself called the tune "Night in Tunisia". Although the song is sometimes titled “A Night in Tunisia (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tunisia)”, the proper title is “Night in Tunisia.” The song appears as the title track of 30 CDs and is included in over 500 currently available CDs. In January 2004, The Recording Academy added the Dizzy Gillespie & His Sextet’s 1946 Victor recording of “Night in Tunisia” to its Grammy Hall of Fame (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy_Hall_of_Fame).
"Night in Tunisia" was one of the signature pieces of Gillespie's bebop (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bebop) big band (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Big_band), and he also played it with his small groups.

The complex bass line (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bass_line) in the "A section" is notable for avoiding the standard walking bass (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Walking_bass) pattern of straight quarter notes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quarter_note), and the use of oscillating half-step-up/half-step-down chord changes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chord_changes) gives the song a unique, mysterious feeling. Like many of Gillespie's tunes, it features a short written introduction and a brief interlude that occurs between solo sections — in this case, a twelve-bar sequence leading into a four-bar break (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Break_(music)) for the next soloist.
Cover versions and adaptations

One of its most famous performances is Charlie Parker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker)'s recording for Dial. (Dial even released a fragmentary take of it simply titled "The Famous Alto Break". (See Charlie Parker's Savoy and Dial Sessions (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker%27s_Savoy_and_Dial_Sessions) for more info.) The song also became closely identified with Art Blakey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Art_Blakey)'s Jazz Messengers, who often gave showstopping performances of it with extra percussion from the entire horn section. On the album A Night at Birdland Vol. 1 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Night_at_Birdland_Vol._1), Blakey introduces the piece with the story of how he was present when Dizzy composed it "on the bottom of a garbage can." The liner notes say, "The Texas department of sanitation can take a low bow."

It has been covered (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cover_version) in various styles by various artists, including:

Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Art_Blakey_and_the_Jazz_Messengers) in 1957 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Night_in_Tunisia_(1957_album)) and 1960 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Night_in_Tunisia_(1960_album))
Anthony Braxton (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anthony_Braxton)
Clifford Brown (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clifford_Brown)
Rusty Bryant (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rusty_Bryant)
Don Byas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Don_Byas)
June Christy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/June_Christy)
Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis)
Stefano di Battista (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stefano_di_Battista)
Paquito D'Rivera (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paquito_D%27Rivera)[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
Maynard Ferguson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maynard_Ferguson)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald)

Stan Getz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Stan_Getz)
Dexter Gordon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dexter_Gordon)
Kids These Days (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Kids_These_Days&action=edit&redlink=1)
Bobby McFerrin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bobby_McFerrin)
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lambert,_Hendricks_%26_Ross)
The Modern Jazz Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Modern_Jazz_Quartet)
Charlie Parker (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Charlie_Parker)
PE'Z (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/PE%27Z)
Bud Powell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bud_Powell)
Nelson Rangell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nelson_Rangell)
Sonny Rollins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sonny_Rollins)
Poncho Sanchez (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Poncho_Sanchez)

Arturo Sandoval (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Arturo_Sandoval)
Jimmy Smith (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Smith)
Cal Tjader (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cal_Tjader)
The Toasters (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Toasters)
Lennie Tristano (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lennie_Tristano)
The Turtle Island String Quartet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Turtle_Island_String_Quartet)
Frank Vignola (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Vignola)
Victor Wooten (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Victor_Wooten)
Big Sugar (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Big_Sugar)
Chaka Khan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Chaka_Khan) included a version of the tune (with a guest appearance by Gillespie himself as well as an electronically altered sample of Parker's "The Famous Alto Break") on What Cha' Gonna Do for Me (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/What_Cha%27_Gonna_Do_for_Me).
The song was a part of the Blue Devils Drum and Bugle Corps (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blue_Devils_Drum_and_Bugle_Corps)' show in 1997.

04-03-2011, 02:30 PM
Funny thing about "A Night In Tunisia" for me, Whitey-----depending on the version, I either like it or hate it. Even the three versions I own by Art Blakey: One I really love and the other two---eh.

04-03-2011, 02:45 PM
Funny thing about "A Night In Tunisia" for me, Whitey-----depending on the version, I either like it or hate it. Even the three versions I own by Art Blakey: One I really love and the other two---eh.

I don't like the AB&JM version so much either. But, it's somthing different than the original.

04-06-2011, 03:30 PM
Cheek To Cheek
by Irving Berlin

Fred Astaire singing to Ginger Rogers as they dance together in "Top Hat"

Billie Holiday

Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald singing together

Frank Sinatra

Peggy Lee

The Boswell Sisters vocal Trio

"Cheek to Cheek" is a song written by Irving Berlin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Berlin), and first performed by Fred Astaire (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Astaire) in the movie Top Hat (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Top_Hat) (1935). Astaire's 1935 recording with the Leo Reisman Orchestra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leo_Reisman) was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammy_Hall_of_Fame) in 2000.
The song is probably most famous for its opening lines, "Heaven, I'm in heaven, and my heart beats so that I can hardly speak..." and quickly became a standard of the Great American Songbook (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_American_Songbook). The lyrics were parodied by Berlin himself in his subsequent song He Ain't Got Rhythm, from the film On the Avenue (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Avenue) (1937).
The song, as sung by Astaire, and separately by Ella Fitzgerald (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) (see her 1956 album "Ella and Louis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_and_Louis)"), is featured in the movie The English Patient (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_English_Patient_%28film%29), and the version by Glenn Miller in Les Misérables (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Les_Mis%C3%A9rables_%281995_film%29). It is sung by Kenneth Branagh (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_Branagh) in Love's Labour's Lost (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Love%27s_Labour%27s_Lost_%282000_movie%29). The original Astaire version is also featured in The Green Mile (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Green_Mile_%28film%29), Rain Man (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rain_Man) and The Purple Rose of Cairo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Purple_Rose_of_Cairo), when Top Hat is being viewed.
Recorded versions

Larry Adler (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Adler)
Ambrose (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambrose)
Julie Andrews (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_Andrews)
Ray Anthony (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Anthony)
Louis Armstrong (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Armstrong)
Fred Astaire (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Astaire) (1935 #1 hit)
Chet Atkins (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chet_Atkins)
Count Basie (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Count_Basie)
Tony Bennett (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Bennett) - Bennett/Berlin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bennett/Berlin) (1987)
Polly Bergen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polly_Bergen)
Irving Berlin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Berlin)
Stanley Black (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stanley_Black)
Pat Boone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Boone)
Boswell Sisters (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boswell_Sisters)
Connee Boswell (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connee_Boswell)
Sam Browne (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Browne)
Charlie Byrd (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Byrd)
Carmen Cavallaro (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carmen_Cavallaro)
Eva Cassidy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eva_Cassidy)
June Christy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/June_Christy)
Rosemary Clooney (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosemary_Clooney)
Alma Cogan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alma_Cogan)
Ken Collyer (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ken_Collyer)
Desi Arnaz (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desi_Arnaz)
Ray Conniff (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Conniff)
Bing Crosby (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bing_Crosby)

Vic Damone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vic_Damone)
Sammy Davis, Jr. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sammy_Davis,_Jr.)
Doris Day (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doris_Day)
Buddy DeFranco (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddy_DeFranco)
Tommy Dorsey (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Dorsey)
Eddie Duchin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddie_Duchin)
Roy Eldridge (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Eldridge)
Ziggy Elman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ziggy_Elman)
Eddie Fisher (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eddie_Fisher_%28singer%29)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald)
Erroll Garner (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erroll_Garner)
Sara Gazarek (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sara_Gazarek)
Carroll Gibbons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carroll_Gibbons)
Benny Goodman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_Goodman)
Stephane Grappelli (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephane_Grappelli)
Buddy Greco (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddy_Greco)
Roy Hamilton (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roy_Hamilton)
Dick Haymes (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dick_Haymes)
Billie Holiday (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billie_Holiday)
Marilyn Horne (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marilyn_Horne)
Harry James (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_James)
Joni James (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joni_James)
Al Jolson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Jolson)
Shirley Jones (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirley_Jones)
Steve Lawrence (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Lawrence)
Peggy Lee (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peggy_Lee)
Guy Lombardo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guy_Lombardo)

Machito (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machito)
Sanjaya Malakar (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sanjaya_Malakar)
Billy May (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billy_May)
Branford Marsalis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Branford_Marsalis)
Susannah McCorkle (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Susannah_McCorkle)
Robin McKelle (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Robin_McKelle&action=edit&redlink=1)
Sir (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir) Yehudi Menuhin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yehudi_Menuhin)
Glenn Miller (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glenn_Miller)
Jane Monheit (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Monheit)
Matt Monro (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matt_Monro)
Sara Montiel (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sara_Montiel)
Red Norvo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Norvo)
Lisa Ono (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lisa_Ono)
Pasadena Roof Orchestra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pasadena_Roof_Orchestra)
Joe Pass (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Pass)
Donald Peers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Peers)
Oscar Peterson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Peterson)
Louis Prima (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Prima)
Max Raabe (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Raabe)
Miki Matsubara (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miki_Matsubara)(1984)
Ray Reach (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_Reach)
Rita Reys (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rita_Reys)
Regine (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regine)
Rosie Ribbons (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosie_Ribbons)
Buddy Rich (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddy_Rich)
Ginger Rogers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ginger_Rogers)
George Shearing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Shearing)
Frank Sinatra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Sinatra)
Rod Stewart (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_Stewart)
Lew Stone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lew_Stone)
Taco (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taco_%28musician%29)
Mel Tormé (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mel_Torm%C3%A9)
Sarah Vaughan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan)
Teddy Wilson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teddy_Wilson)

04-08-2011, 07:20 AM
Blue Skies
by Irving Berlin

Ella Fitzgerald

Art Tatum Piano solo

George Van Eps and Howard Alden (featuring two guitars)

Frank Sinatra

Bing Crosby

Willie Nelson (not jazz style, but, still the SAME STANDARD)

"Blue Skies" is a popular (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popular_music) song (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Song), written by Irving Berlin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Berlin) in 1926.


The song was composed in 1926 as a last minute addition to the Rodgers and Hart (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rodgers_and_Hart) musical (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musical_theatre), Betsy. Although the show only ran for 39 performances, "Blue Skies" was an instant success, with audiences on opening night demanding 24 encores of the piece from star, Belle Baker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Belle_Baker).[1] (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Skies_%28song%29#cite_note-0) During the final repetition, Ms. Baker forgot her lyrics, prompting Berlin to sing them from his seat in the front row.[citation needed (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Citation_needed)]
In 1927 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1927_in_music), the music was published and Ben Selvin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Selvin)'s recorded version was a #1 hit. That same year, it became one of the first songs to be featured in a talkie (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talkie), when Al Jolson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al_Jolson) performed it in The Jazz Singer (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jazz_Singer_%281927_film%29). 1946 was also a notable year for the song, with a Bing Crosby (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bing_Crosby)/Fred Astaire (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fred_Astaire) film (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Skies_%28film%29) taking its title, and two recorded versions by Count Basie (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Count_Basie) and Benny Goodman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_Goodman)Willie Nelson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Nelson)'s recording of "Blue Skies" was a #1 country music (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Country_music) hit in 1978 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1978_in_music). The fact that it became a No. 1 country song (especially by a Texan artist) was not entirely surprising as it clearly was a major western swing and country standard as a 1939 version by Moon Mullican and a 1962 Jim Reeves interpretation have shown. reaching #8 and #9 on the pop charts, respectively. Crossing genres,
"Blue Skies" is one of many popular songs whose lyrics use a "Bluebird of happiness (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bluebird_of_happiness)" as a symbol of cheer: "Bluebirds singing a song -- Nothing but bluebirds all day long."
Chart performance

Willie Nelson version

Chart (1978) Peak
position U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles 1 Canadian RPM Country Tracks 1 Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary Tracks 4 New Zealand Singles Chart 26 Australian Kent Music Report 53 Recorded versions

Judy Garland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judy_Garland)
Oscar Aleman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Aleman)
Don Shirley Trio (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Don_Shirley_Trio&action=edit&redlink=1) (Water Boy (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Water_Boy&action=edit&redlink=1))
Irving Kaufman (singer) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Kaufman_%28singer%29) (1927)
Ben Selvin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Selvin) (1927 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1927_in_music))
Josephine Baker (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josephine_Baker) (1927 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1927_in_music))
Fritz Kreisler (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Kreisler) (1927)
Maxine Sullivan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxine_Sullivan) (1937)
Moon Mullican (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon_Mullican) (1939)
Slim Gaillard (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slim_Gaillard) (1940–1942)
Tommy Dorsey (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_Dorsey) and his orchestra (with vocal by Frank Sinatra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Sinatra)) (1941 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1941_in_music))
Betty Hutton (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betty_Hutton) (1944)
Count Basie (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Count_Basie) and his orchestra (with vocal by Jimmy Rushing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_Rushing)) (1946 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1946_in_music))
Bing Crosby (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bing_Crosby) (1946 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1946_in_music))
Benny Goodman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_Goodman) and his orchestra (instrumental, with Bunny Berigan trumpet solo) (1935 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1935_in_music))
Benny Goodman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_Goodman) and his orchestra (with vocal by Art Lund (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Lund)) (1946 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1946_in_music))
Frank Sinatra (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) (1946 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1946_in_music))
Donald Peers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Peers) with two pianos. Recorded it at Royal Albert Hall (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Albert_Hall), London (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/London), on June 13, 1949 as the first song of a medley along with "There's a Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/There%27s_a_Rainbow_%27Round_My_Shoulder)" and "If You Were the Only Girl in the World (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/If_You_Were_the_Only_Girl_in_the_World)". The medley was released by EMI (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EMI) on the His Master's Voice (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/His_Master%27s_Voice) label as catalog number B 9792.
Art Tatum (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Art_Tatum) (1949 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1949_in_music))
Dinah Washington (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dinah_Washington) (1954 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1954_in_music))
Mel Torme (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mel_Torme) (1954 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1954_in_music))
The McGuire Sisters (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_McGuire_Sisters) (1957 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1957_in_music))
Ella Fitzgerald (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) (1958 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1958_in_music))
Della Reese (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Della_Reese) (1960 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1960_in_music))
Jim Reeves (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Reeves) (1962 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1962_in_music))
Bobby Darin (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bobby_Darin) (1962 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1962_in_music))
Frank Ifield (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_Ifield) (1964 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1964_in_music))
Willie Nelson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Nelson) (1978 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1978_in_music)), from his album of standards, Stardust (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stardust_%28album%29)
Rosemary Clooney (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosemary_Clooney)
Cassandra Wilson (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cassandra_Wilson) (1988 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1988_in_music))
Nancy LaMott (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nancy_LaMott) (1991)
Kiri Te Kanawa (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kiri_Te_Kanawa) (19xx ?)
Lyle Lovett (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyle_Lovett) (1994 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1994_in_music))
Eva Cassidy (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eva_Cassidy) (1996 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1996_in_music))
Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavay_Smith_%26_Her_Red_Hot_Skillet_Lickers) (1996 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1996_in_music))
Lea Delaria (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lea_Delaria) (1998)
Groove Armada (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Groove_Armada) (1999 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1999_in_music)), under the title "Inside My Mind (Blue Skies)"
Mercury Rev (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mercury_Rev) (2001)
Stephanie Cooke (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephanie_Cooke) (2001 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2001_in_music)), in Ace Combat 4 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ace_Combat_04:_Shattered_Skies) credits.
Fiona Apple (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiona_Apple) and Brad Mehldau (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brad_Mehldau) (2002 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_in_music)) – unreleased, but performed at Club Largo (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Largo_%28nightclub%29).
Brent Spiner (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brent_Spiner) (2002 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_in_music)), performing as Lt. Cmdr. Data (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_%28Star_Trek%29) in the movie Star Trek Nemesis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek_Nemesis).
Steve March Tormé (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_March_Torm%C3%A9) "The Essence of Love"
Curtis Stigers (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtis_Stigers) (2003 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2003_in_music))
Caetano Veloso (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caetano_Veloso) (2004 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004_in_music))
Robert Glasper (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Glasper) (2004)
Debby Boone (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debby_Boone) (2005 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_in_music))
Rod Stewart (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_Stewart) (2005 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2005_in_music))
Lori Cullen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lori_Cullen) (2006 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_in_music))
Deborah Cox (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deborah_Cox) (2007 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_in_music))
Erich Von Kneip (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Erich_Von_Kneip&action=edit&redlink=1) (2007 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2007_in_music))
Gloria Gibson (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gloria_Gibson&action=edit&redlink=1) (2008)
Sarah Davies (2008)
Diane Schuur (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diane_Schuur) (2008)
mote (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mote) (2009)
Blue October (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_October) (2009)
Phillip Kangari (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Phillip_Kangari&action=edit&redlink=1) (2008)
Hoboken Charter School (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Hoboken_Charter_School&action=edit&redlink=1) (2010)

Selected appearances in film

The Jazz Singer (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jazz_Singer_%281927_film%29) (1927 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1927_in_film))
Alexander's Ragtime Band (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander%27s_Ragtime_Band_%28film%29) (1938 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1938_in_film))
Blue Skies (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Skies_%28film%29) (1946 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1946_in_film))
White Christmas (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Christmas_%28film%29) (1954 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1954_in_film))
Glengarry Glen Ross (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glengarry_Glen_Ross) (1994 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1994_in_film))
With Honors (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/With_Honors_%28film%29) (1994 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1994_in_film))
Edge of Seventeen (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edge_of_Seventeen_%28film%29) (1998 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1998_in_film))
Patch Adams (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patch_Adams_%28film%29) (1998 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1998_in_film))
Star Trek Nemesis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_Trek_Nemesis) (2002 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_in_film))
The Aviator (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Aviator_%282004_film%29) (2004 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2004_in_film))
Hollywoodland (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hollywoodland) (2006 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_in_film))
The Good Shepherd (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Good_Shepherd_%28film%29) (2006 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2006_in_film))
Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harold_%26_Kumar_Escape_from_Guantanamo_Bay) (2008 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_in_film))
Kommissar LaBréa - Tod an der Bastille (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Kommissar_LaBr%C3%A9a_-_Tod_an_der_Bastille&action=edit&redlink=1) (2009 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_in_film))

04-10-2011, 02:11 PM
Alexander' Ragtime Band
by Irving Berlin

Collins and Harlan vocal duet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFbtwoDxhQM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFbtwoDxhQM)

Louis Armstrong
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heQkoLeX3LA&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heQkoLeX3LA&feature=related)

Al Jolson vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dfw3-wZZ9g&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dfw3-wZZ9g&feature=related)

Andrew Sisters
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPTbgvzgMZU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPTbgvzgMZU)

Dixieland Crackerjacks
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvXQ6MBh_2s (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvXQ6MBh_2s)

"Alexander's Ragtime Band" is the name of a song by Irving Berlin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Irving_Berlin). It was his first major hit, in 1911. There is some evidence, although inconclusive, that Berlin borrowed the melody from a draft composition submitted by Scott Joplin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Scott_Joplin) that had been submitted to a publisher.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)


Alexander's Ragtime Band" is not itself an example of the ragtime (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ragtime) musical idiom (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Idiom); apart from some mild syncopation (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Syncopation), it has almost none of ragtime's characteristic features. Nonetheless, the lyrics clearly refer to the arrival of African-American musicians on the popular scene with their then-new idea of playing standard songs in a more exciting up-tempo style.

The first lines establish the African-American context:
Oh ma honey . . . ain't you goin' to the leaderman, the ragged meter manReferences to "jazzing up" popular music include:
They can play a bugle call (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bugle_call) like you never heard beforeSo natural that you want to go to warThat's just the bestest band what am, honey lamband:
If you care to hear the Swanee River (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Old_Folks_at_Home) played in ragtimeThe new style included new ways of playing traditional instruments as well:
There's a fiddle (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fiddle) with notes that screechesLike a chickenAnd the clarinet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clarinet) is a colored petHistory

Vaudeville (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vaudeville) singer Emma Carus (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Emma_Carus), famed for her "female baritone", is said to have been largely responsible for successfully introducing the song in Chicago and helping contribute to its immense popularity. It became identified with her, and soon worked its way back to New York where Al Jolson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Al_Jolson) also began to perform it.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
The song has been recorded by many artists, including The Andrews Sisters (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Andrews_Sisters), Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong), Ray Charles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Charles), Bee Gees (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bee_Gees), Bing Crosby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bing_Crosby), Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald), George Formby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/George_Formby,_Jr.), Al Jolson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Al_Jolson), Liberace (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Liberace), Billy Murray (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billy_Murray_(singer)), Liza Minnelli (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Liza_Minnelli), Sid Phillips (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sid_Phillips), Bessie Smith (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bessie_Smith) and Julie Andrews (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_Andrews).

The song had a presence on the charts for five straight decades. According to Newsweek Magazine:

Four different versions of the tune charted at # 1, # 2, # 3 and # 4 in 1911 including one by Arthur Collins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Arthur_Collins) which stayed at number one for 10 weeks.
Bessie Smith (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bessie_Smith)'s version made the top 20 in 1927.
Louis Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Louis_Armstrong) made the top 20 with it in 1937.
A duet by Bing Crosby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bing_Crosby) and Connee Boswell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Connee_Boswell) hit #1 in 1938.
Johnny Mercer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Mercer) charted a swing version in 1945.
Bing Crosby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bing_Crosby) recorded another duet version, and hit the top-20 in 1947 with Al Jolson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Al_Jolson).
Nellie Lutcher (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nellie_Lutcher) put it on the R&B charts in 1948.
Bob Wills (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bob_Wills) put it on the c&w charts in the same decade.
Johnnie Ray (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnnie_Ray) sang it on the silver screen in 20th Century Fox's musical There's No Business Like Show Business (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/There%27s_No_Business_Like_Show_Business) in 1954.
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) scored with it in 1958, and received a Grammy for her Irving Berlin anthology in 1959.
Ray Charles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Charles) recorded it in 1959 for his album The Genius of Ray Charles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Genius_of_Ray_Charles).
Bee Gees (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bee_Gees) used the music in their tour in 1974, and sang it on The Midnight Special (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Midnight_Special_(TV_series)) TV show in 1973.[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)
A 1938 film of the same name (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Alexander%27s_Ragtime_Band_(film)) was loosely based on the song.
The song is referenced in the Emerson,_Lake_&_Palmer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Emerson,_Lake_%26_Palmer) song Karn_Evil_9 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Karn_Evil_9).
A version of the song set to a disco beat was recorded by Ethel Merman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ethel_Merman) for her infamous Ethel Merman Disco Album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Ethel_Merman_Disco_Album) in 1979.
A snippet of the chorus of "Alexander's Ragtime Band" can be heard toward the end of Taco (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Taco_(musician))'s 1982 cover of "Puttin' on the Ritz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Puttin%27_on_the_Ritz)", a number 4 hit in the United States.
The song was used in Tennessee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tennessee) politics by Lamar Alexander (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lamar_Alexander), a trained pianist, Governor of Tennessee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Governor_of_Tennessee) and U.S. Senator, who performed the song for campaign events, including during his 1996 run for the Republican presidential nomination.
The song was in the White Star Line Songbook onboard the R.M.S. Titanic (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/R.M.S._Titanic) was played in the 1st Class Lounge early on in the sinking. This is portrayed in James Cameron (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/James_Cameron)'s 1997 blockbuster, Titanic (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Titanic_(1997_film)).
The Georgia Tech Pep Band (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Georgia_Tech_Yellow_Jacket_Marching_Band) plays the song before every men's and women's home basketball games.
Nowadays, Liza Minnelli tends to open her concerts with the song.

04-12-2011, 12:23 PM
Polka Dots and Moonbeams
music by Jimmy Van Heusen

Frank Sinatra vocal, his first big hit recording
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6ZAb8IuvDQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6ZAb8IuvDQ)

Ella Fitzgerald
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmSvcABOqYM&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmSvcABOqYM&feature=related)

Sarah Vaughan vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLoGn2YQJek (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLoGn2YQJek)

Lester Young live video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOOWHkSBdJA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FOOWHkSBdJA)

Wes Montgomery guitar feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMuWWfKUQ6c (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMuWWfKUQ6c)

Philly Joe Jones with Dexter Gordon on tenor sax
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJ-3vdeHpLU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJ-3vdeHpLU)

Hank Grland guitar feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8Z6BIKTDHE (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8Z6BIKTDHE)

Chet Baker trumpet feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5MWayN4jHQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5MWayN4jHQ)

"Polka Dots and Moonbeams" is a popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music) song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) with music by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen) and lyrics by Johnny Burke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Burke_(lyricist)), published in 1940 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1940_in_music). It was Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra)'s first hit recorded
with the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra_%26_the_Tommy_Dorsey_Orchestra). The song is one of the top 100 most-frequently recorded jazz standards (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard) with arrangements by Gil Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Gil_Evans) and others and notable recordings by Wes Montgomery (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wes_Montgomery), Lester Young (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lester_Young), Sarah Vaughn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughn) and many others.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

04-13-2011, 12:49 PM
Swinging on a Star
Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn

Bing Crosby
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rATftJiWdkw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rATftJiWdkw)

Frank Sinatra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWKXU0ApF08&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nWKXU0ApF08&feature=related)

Would You Like To Play the Guitar (Parody by Pat Donohue)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vr20gCZdNU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vr20gCZdNU)

Doris Day
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lM7zhCBwv38 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lM7zhCBwv38)

"Swinging on a Star" is an American pop standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pop_standard) with music composed by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen) and lyrics by Johnny Burke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Burke_(lyricist)). It was sung by Bing Crosby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bing_Crosby) in the 1944 film Going My Way (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Going_My_Way), winning an Academy Award (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Academy_Award) for best song, and has been recorded by numerous artists since then.


Song writer Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen) was at Crosby’s house one evening for dinner, and to discuss a song for the movie Going My Way (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Going_My_Way). During the meal one of the children began complaining about how he didn’t want to go to school the next day. The singer turned to his son and said to him, “If you don’t go to school, you might grow up to be a mule. Do you wanna do that?”
Van Heusen thought this clever rebuke would make a good song for the movie. He pictured Bing, who played a priest, talking to a group of children acting much the same way as his own child had acted that night. Van Heusen took the idea to his partner lyricist (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lyricist)Johnny Burke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Burke_(lyricist)), who approved. They wrote the song.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

The first recording of Swinging on a Star took place in Los Angeles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Los_Angeles) on February 7, 1944, released by Decca Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Decca_Records). The Williams Brothers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Williams_Brothers) quartet, including legendary crooner Andy Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Andy_Williams), sang backup vocals to Crosby.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
It was featured in the Little Lulu (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Little_Lulu) cartoon, Bout with a Trout.
Some additional recordings:
1956: covered by Oscar Peterson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oscar_Peterson) on his album At the Stratford Shakespearean Festival.1959: Shari Lewis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shari_Lewis) and her puppets sang this song on her album "Hi Kids"1960: covered by Mark Murphy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mark_Murphy_(singer)) on his album Hip Parade1963: covered by Big Dee Irwin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Big_Dee_Irwin) and Little Eva (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Little_Eva)1964: covered by Burl Ives (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Burl_Ives) on his album Chim Chim Cheree and Other Children's Choices (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Chim_Chim_Cheree_and_Other_Children%27s_Choices_(album_by_Burl_Ives)&action=edit&redlink=1)1964: covered by Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) on his album Sinatra Sings Days of Wine and Roses, Moon River, and Other Academy Award Winners (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sinatra_Sings_Days_of_Wine_and_Roses,_Moon_River,_and_Other_Academy_Award_Winners).1968: covered by Dave van Ronk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_van_Ronk) on his album Dave Van Ronk and the Hudson Dusters (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_Van_Ronk_and_the_Hudson_Dusters)1975: covered by Maureen McGovern (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maureen_McGovern) on her albm Academy Award Performance: And the Envelope, Please (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Academy_Award_Performance:_And_the_Envelope,_Please)1980: covered by Joanie Bartels (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joanie_Bartels) on her album Sillytime Magic.1981: covered by Franciscus Henri (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Franciscus_Henri) on his children's album Sunshine Rainbows and Violins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sunshine_Rainbows_and_Violins_(Franciscus_Henri_album))1992: covered by Michael Feinstein (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Michael_Feinstein) on his album Pure Imagination.1993: covered by Dave McKenna (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dave_McKenna) on his album Handful of Stars.1996: covered by Maria Muldaur (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Maria_Muldaur) on the album A Child's Celebration Of Folk Music.1998: covered by Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett) on his album Tony Bennett: The Playground (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett:_The_Playground).1999: covered by Ruby Braff (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ruby_Braff) on his album In The Wee, Small Hours.2002: covered by Susan Johnson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Susan_Johnson) on her album Previously Unreleased Live Performances.2008: covered by Clare Teal (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clare_Teal) as a B-side on the Children in Need album BandAGEd: Little Drummer Boy/Peace On Earth. In TV and film1963: sung by the Muppet (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Muppet)Rowlf the Dog (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rowlf_the_Dog) (voiced by Jim Henson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jim_Henson)) and Jimmy Dean (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Dean) on the Jimmy Dean Show1967: Pinky and Perky (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pinky_and_Perky) did a version of the song on their Summer Holiday EP1969: Jane Norman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jane_Norman) sang the song on her children's TV show Pixanne (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pixanne) while sitting on a "swinging" star[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)1969: Susan (Loretta Long (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Loretta_Long)) and some Muppets sang the song on Sesame Street (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sesame_Street), episode 101975: sung by Julie Andrews (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_Andrews) on her TV special Julie Andrews: My Favorite Things1987: a new adaptation was used as the theme song to the American television series Out of this World (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Out_of_This_World_(TV_series))1991: Bruce Willis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bruce_Willis) and Danny Aiello (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Danny_Aiello) sing it in the film Hudson Hawk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hudson_Hawk)Parodies

The song was parodied in a The Far Side (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Far_Side) cartoon, which depicted a man-turned-pig saying to his wife, "Hey, so I made the wrong decision! [referring to the part of the song which says "Or would you rather be a pig"] But I wasn't sure I wanted to swing on a star, carry moonbeams home in a jar!"
In 1969, Ray Stevens sang "Gitarzan", which featured the wrong notes from "Swinging on a Star". ("Carrying Moonbeams Home in a Jar").
During his 2009 Tour of Refusal, Morrissey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Morrissey) occasionally sang the chorus over the chorus of his 2004 hit "First of the Gang to Die (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/First_of_the_Gang_to_Die)".
A Prairie Home Companion (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Prairie_Home_Companion) guitarist Pat Donohue (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pat_Donohue) wrote "Would You Like to Play Guitar," which wittingly advises aspiring musicians against the practical perils of a full-time music career.

Academy Award for Best Original Song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Academy_Award_for_Best_Original_Song) (1944)
Grammy Hall of Fame (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy_Hall_of_Fame) (2002)
See also

List of number-one singles of 1944 (U.S.) (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/List_of_number-one_singles_of_1944_(U.S.))

04-13-2011, 12:58 PM
Keep keepin' up the good work, Whitey!

04-15-2011, 12:48 PM
I had been preparing a new post and then it accidentally deleted on me. I don't have the time to make a new one now. Maybe later on...:cool:

04-15-2011, 01:09 PM
I had been preparing a new post and then it accidentally deleted on me. I don't have the time to make a new one now. Maybe later on...:cool:

I HATE when that happens! I've done that about five times here and it is ALWAYS on the long posts that take time to write. Sorry, Whitey...

04-16-2011, 02:20 PM
Come Fly With Me
by Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn

Frank Sinatra studio version
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_j1KGHOvSkM (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_j1KGHOvSkM)

Michael Buble
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYgqZYQYzwA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYgqZYQYzwA)

"Come Fly with Me"Song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) by Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) from the album Come Fly with Me (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Come_Fly_with_Me_(Frank_Sinatra_album))Released5 may 1958RecordedOctober 10, 1957Genre (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Music_genre)Traditional pop (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Traditional_pop)Length3:19Label (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Record_label)Capitol Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Capitol_Records)Composer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Composer)Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen)Producer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Record_producer)Voyle GilmoreCome Fly with Me (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Come_Fly_with_Me_(Frank_Sinatra_album)) track listing"Come Fly with Me"
(1)"Around the World (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Around_the_World_(1956_song))"
"Come Fly with Me" is a 1957 popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music) song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) composed by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen), with lyrics by Sammy Cahn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sammy_Cahn).
"Come Fly with Me" was written for Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra), and was the title track of his 1958 album of the same name (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Come_Fly_with_Me_(Frank_Sinatra_album)). The song sets the tone for the rest of the album, describing adventures in exotic locales, in Bombay (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mumbai), Peru (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peru) and Acapulco Bay (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Acapulco_Bay) respectively.
It subsequently became part of Sinatra's concert repertoire, and would feature in numerous live performances.

Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra):

Come Fly with Me (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Come_Fly_with_Me_(Frank_Sinatra_album)) — (1958)
A Man And His Music (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Man_And_His_Music) — (1965)
Sinatra at the Sands (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sinatra_at_the_Sands) — (1966)
Duets II (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Duets_II) — (1994) — (with Luis Miguel (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Luis_Miguel))
Sinatra & Sextet: Live in Paris (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sinatra_%26_Sextet:_Live_in_Paris) — (1994)
With Red Norvo Quintet: Live in Australia, 1959 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/With_Red_Norvo_Quintet:_Live_in_Australia,_1959) — (1997)
Nothing But the Best (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nothing_But_the_Best_(album)) — (2008)

(numerous compilation albums)

Pinky and Perky (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pinky_and_Perky) - Summer Holiday EP — (1967)
Shirley Horn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shirley_Horn) - Close Enough for Love — (1989)
The Four Freshmen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Four_Freshmen) - Voices In Standards - (1996)
James Darren (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/James_Darren) - This One's from the Heart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/This_One%27s_from_the_Heart) — (1999)
Michael Bublé (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Michael_Bubl%C3%A9) - Michael Bublé (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Michael_Bubl%C3%A9_(album)) — (2003)
Westlife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Westlife) - Allow Us to Be Frank (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Allow_Us_to_Be_Frank) — (2004)
Robbie Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Robbie_Williams) - (non-album song, with music video)
Film and television

The song is featured prominently in the 1963 feature film Come Fly with Me (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Come_Fly_with_Me_(film)) sung by Frankie Avalon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frankie_Avalon). The song also appears in numerous films, including Raging Bull (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Raging_Bull) (1980), Dear Mr. Wonderful (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dear_Mr._Wonderful) (1982), Betsy's Wedding (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Betsy%27s_Wedding) (1990), Air America (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Air_America_(film)) (1990), Vegas Vacation (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vegas_Vacation) (1997), Little Voice (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Little_Voice_(film)) (1998), Heartbreakers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Heartbreakers_(2001_film)) (2001), Catch Me If You Can (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Catch_Me_If_You_Can) (2002), and Two Weeks Notice (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Two_Weeks_Notice) 2002. And also in two separate television bio-pics about Sinatra; the 1992 mini-series Sinatra and 1998's The Rat Pack. The song has also appeared in numerous television shows, TV movies, and television specials.

04-17-2011, 02:33 PM
I Thought About You
Jimmy Van Heusen

Billie Holiday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZP7eZXyPgs0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZP7eZXyPgs0)

Dinah Washington
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DrukprcEZE&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DrukprcEZE&feature=related)

Etta James
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5RGKxlJOEI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5RGKxlJOEI)

Miles Davis
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krezJIUK1NY (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krezJIUK1NY)

"I Thought About You" is a 1939 popular song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_song) composed by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen) with lyrics by Johnny Mercer (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Mercer). It was one of three collaborations Van Heusen and Mercer wrote for the then recently established Mercer-Morris publishing company, started by Mercer and former Warner Bros. (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Warner_Bros.) publisher Buddy Morris.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-portrait-of-johnny-0) The other two were called "Blue Rain" and "Make with the Kisses". "I Thought About You" was by far the most popular of the songs.
The lyrics were inspired by Mercer's train trip to Chicago. Mercer has said about the song:

"I can remember the afternoon that we wrote it. He [Van Heusen] played me the melody. I didn't have any idea, but I had to go to Chicago that night. I think I was on the Benny Goodman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Benny_Goodman) program. And I got to thinking about it on the train. I was awake, I couldn't sleep. The tune was running through my mind, and that's when I wrote the song. On the train, really going to Chicago."[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-portrait-of-johnny-0)
Mercer went on to author other songs whose central theme were trains, including "Blues in the Night (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blues_in_the_Night)" (1940) and "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/On_the_Atchison,_Topeka_and_the_Santa_Fe)" (1946).[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)

The song has become a jazz standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz_standard), having been performed by numerous jazz artists including:

Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) - Songs for Swingin' Lovers! (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Songs_for_Swingin%27_Lovers!) (1956)
Mose Allison (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mose_Allison)
Ray Brown (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Brown_(musician))
Kenny Burrell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kenny_Burrell) (with Coleman Hawkins (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Coleman_Hawkins))
Miles Davis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Miles_Davis) - Someday My Prince Will Come (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Someday_My_Prince_Will_Come_(album)) (1961), The Complete Live at the Plugged Nickel 1965 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Complete_Live_at_the_Plugged_Nickel_1965)
Johnny Hartman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Hartman) - And I Thought About You (1958)[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2)
Diane Schuur (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diane_Schuur) and Johnny Smith (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Smith)[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3)
Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday) - Lady Sings the Blues (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lady_Sings_the_Blues_(Billie_Holiday_album)) (1956)
Ella Fitzgerald (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ella_Fitzgerald) - Like Someone in Love (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Like_Someone_in_Love_(Ella_Fitzgerald_album)) (1957)
Dinah Washington (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dinah_Washington) - What a Diff'rence a Day Makes! (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/What_a_Diff%27rence_a_Day_Makes!) (1959)
Carmen McRae (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Carmen_McRae) - The Great American Songbook (1972)[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4)
Shirley Horn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shirley_Horn) - I Thought About You (1987)[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5)
Mel Tormé (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mel_Torm%C3%A9) and Cleo Laine (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cleo_Laine) - Nothing Without You (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nothing_Without_You_(album)) (1991)
Keith Jarrett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Keith_Jarrett) - Bye Bye Blackbird (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bye_Bye_Blackbird_(Keith_Jarrett_album)) (1993)
Susannah McCorkle (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Susannah_McCorkle) - Most Requested Songs (2001)

04-17-2011, 02:36 PM

I was going to ask you about one that I heard in the car last night, now I've completely lost it...

04-19-2011, 12:43 PM
Fly Me To The Moon
by Bart Howard

Frank Sinatra
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5C5twY6f-rU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5C5twY6f-rU)

Nat King Cole
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5EUcYw96us (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5EUcYw96us)

Julie London
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8r9ZPQ_828&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8r9ZPQ_828&feature=related)

Tony Bennett
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIrcxGdyUdk&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIrcxGdyUdk&feature=related)

Doris Day
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7bfudsfZjw (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7bfudsfZjw)

Diana Krall
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVCgf6_M7i4 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVCgf6_M7i4)

Frank Sinatra with Antonio Carlos Jobim
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXadYA18w-M (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXadYA18w-M)

Astrud Gilberto
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqjiEOLHhas&feature=fvst (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqjiEOLHhas&feature=fvst)

"Fly Me to the Moon" is a popular standard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pop_standard) song written by Bart Howard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bart_Howard) in 1954. It was titled originally "In Other Words", and was introduced by Felicia Sanders (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Felicia_Sanders) in cabarets (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cabaret). The song became known popularly as "Fly Me to the Moon" from its first line, and after a few years the publishers changed the title to that officially.

It was recorded first in 1954 by Kaye Ballard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kaye_Ballard), and vended by Decca Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Decca_Records) as catalog number (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Catalog_numbering_systems_for_single_records) 29114.[1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)

Portia Nelson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Portia_Nelson) recorded it for her album Let Me Love You (1956)
Johnny Mathis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Mathis) also recorded it in 1956, which was the first time the title "Fly Me to the Moon" appeared on a record label.
Eydie Gormé (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Eydie_Gorm%C3%A9) recorded the song in 1958 for her Grammy (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy) nominated album 'Eydie in Love' (released by ABC Paramount in September 1958 catalogue number ABC/ABCS 246).
Felicia Sanders recorded the song in 1959. (Released by Decca Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Decca_Records), catalog number 30937.)
April Stevens recorded the song in 1960 on her album Teach Me Tiger. (Imperial 12055).
Nancy Wilson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nancy_Wilson) featured the song on her 1960 album Like in Love (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Like_in_Love) (Capitol St 1319).
Peggy Lee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Peggy_Lee) recorded the song for her 1960 album Pretty Eyes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Pretty_Eyes) released by Capitol Records in 1960.
Nat King Cole (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nat_King_Cole) recorded the song for the album Nat King Cole Sings/George Shearing Plays (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nat_King_Cole_Sings/George_Shearing_Plays) (1961). (Released on Capitol Records, catalog #1675)
Sarah Vaughan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sarah_Vaughan) recorded the song for her 1962 album You're Mine You (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/You%27re_Mine_You). This album was orchestrated and conducted by Quincy Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quincy_Jones).
Mel Tormé (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mel_Torm%C3%A9) recorded the song in 1962 at live performance released by Atlantic on the album 'Mel Tormé at the Red Hill (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mel_Torm%C3%A9_at_the_Red_Hill)'.
Joe Harnell (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Joe_Harnell) recorded an instrumental version in 1962, as "Fly Me to the Moon – Bossa Nova". This version became the biggest chart hit, reaching #14 (#4 easy listening) on the U.S. pop singles charts (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billboard_Hot_100).
Jazz drummer Roy Haynes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Roy_Haynes), accompanied by Rahsaan Roland Kirk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rahsaan_Roland_Kirk), Tommy Flanagan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tommy_Flanagan) on piano, and Henry Grimes (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Henry_Grimes) on double bass recorded the song as a brisk instrumental waltz for the albaum Out of the Afternoon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Out_of_the_Afternoon) (1962). (Released by Impulse! Records, AS-23).
The song also became an international best seller after Connie Francis (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Connie_Francis) had recorded it on September 28, 1962 in Italian and on February 25, 1963 in Neapolitan (both versions were released under the title Portami con te).
Dinah Washington (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dinah_Washington) recorded it for her album In Love (1962)
Jack Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jack_Jones) recorded the song for his 1962 album 'Gift of Love' (Kapp Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Kapp_Records) KS 3292).
A Spanish version was recorded on February 21, 1963 under the title Llévame a la luna, although this recording was also released under the title Mandame a la luna.
Shirley Bassey (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shirley_Bassey) recorded the song in 1963 for her EP "In Other Words...".
An original arrangement by Ernie Freeman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ernie_Freeman) is found in Julie London (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Julie_London)'s album The End of the World (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_End_of_the_World) (1963). This version has a different intro than usual: a jazz pizzicato instrumental sequence and piano accompaniment.
Patti Page (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Patti_Page) featured the song on her debut LP for Columbia Records (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Columbia_Records), Say Wonderful Things (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Say_Wonderful_Things) (1963).
Perry Como (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Perry_Como) included the song on his 1963 album The Songs I Love (Perry Como album) (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Songs_I_Love_(Perry_Como_album)).
Earl Grant (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Earl_Grant) recorded his instrumental version on the album Fly Me To The Moon (1964).
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/7/77/Quincy_Jones%2C_John_Glenn%2C_and_Neil_Armstrong_during_NASA%27s_50th_anniversary_gala.jpg/220px-Quincy_Jones%2C_John_Glenn%2C_and_Neil_Armstrong_during_NASA%27s_50th_anniversary_gala.jpg (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:Quincy_Jones,_John_Glenn,_and_Neil_Armstrong_during_NASA%27s_50th_anniversary_gala.jpg) http://bits.wikimedia.org/skins-1.17/common/images/magnify-clip.png (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/File:Quincy_Jones,_John_Glenn,_and_Neil_Armstrong_during_NASA%27s_50th_anniversary_gala.jpg)
Quincy Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quincy_Jones) presents platinum copies of "Fly Me to the Moon" to Senator John Glenn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Glenn) and Apollo 11 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Apollo_11) Commander Neil Armstrong (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Neil_Armstrong).

Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) recorded it on the album It Might as Well Be Swing (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/It_Might_as_Well_Be_Swing) (1964), accompanied by Count Basie (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Count_Basie). The arrangement by Quincy Jones (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Quincy_Jones) has become the rendition most people know. Jones changed the time signature, which was originally 3/4 waltz-time, to 4/4 and gave it a looser, swing feel. Sinatra's recording was a hit and was played by the astronauts of Apollo 10 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Apollo_10) on their lunar-orbital mission and again on the moon itself by the astronaut Buzz Aldrin during the Apollo 11 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Apollo_11) landing.[2] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-1)
Astrud Gilberto (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Astrud_Gilberto) recorded the song for her album The Shadow of Your Smile (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Shadow_of_Your_Smile) released in 1965 by Verve.
Doris Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doris_Day) recorded the song for her highly acclaimed album Latin for Lovers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Latin_for_Lovers) (released in 1965)
Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett) recorded the song in 1965, with minor success. Years later, on Sesame Street (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sesame_Street), Bennett performed a version with parody lyrics called "Slimey to the Moon", during a sequence in which the show's character Slimey the Worm (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Slimey_the_Worm) took a trip to the moon. Bennett also sang it through the 2000s in concert without any amplification or sound system.
In 1965, the song was recorded by Heidi Brühl (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Heidi_Br%C3%BChl), a German singer/actress who later went to host her own Las Vegas Shows in the U.S. and appear on television shows, such as Marcus Welby, M.D. (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marcus_Welby,_M.D.), and Columbo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Columbo_(TV_series)).
Sinatra also performed the song with Basie on Sinatra at the Sands (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sinatra_at_the_Sands) (1966), and on Duets II (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Duets_II) (1994). His final recording appears his collaboration with bossa nova great Antonio Carlos Jobim (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Antonio_Carlos_Jobim).
The Sandpipers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Sandpipers) also recorded the Spanish version for their album Misty Roses (1967).
Sinatra also performed it on the TV show Sinatra (1969), where he dedicated it to the Apollo astronauts "who made the impossible possible".
Oscar Peterson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oscar_Peterson) recorded the song on his album Tristeza on Piano (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tristeza_on_Piano) (1970). However, the track was deleted on the Three Originals compilation due to lack of space.
Marvin Gaye (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Marvin_Gaye) featured the song on his 1985 album Romantically Yours (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Romantically_Yours)
The song reached a new generation when it was used during the opening titles of Oliver Stone (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Oliver_Stone)'s film Wall Street (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wall_Street) (1987).
The song is included on the tribute album of Westlife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Westlife), Allow Us to Be Frank (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Allow_Us_to_Be_Frank).
The song appears in the closing moments and over the end titles of Clint Eastwood (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Clint_Eastwood)'s film Space Cowboys (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Space_Cowboys) (2000).
The song has been covered by many artists for the ending theme of the Japanese anime (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Anime) series Neon Genesis Evangelion (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Neon_Genesis_Evangelion_(anime))[3] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-2) and the feature films based on the series,[4] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-3) for more than 31 versions.[5] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-4)[6] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-5)
In 2000, Utada Hikaru (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Utada_Hikaru) released a cover of this song on her single "Wait & See: Risk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Wait_%26_See:_Risk)" and included four remixes on the single "Remix: Fly Me to the Moon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Remix:_Fly_Me_to_the_Moon)". A new remix was released in 2007 on the single of "Beautiful World/Kiss & Cry (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Beautiful_World/Kiss_%26_Cry)".
Yi So-Yeon (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Yi_So-Yeon), a spaceflight participant (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Spaceflight_participant) from South Korea (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/South_Korea) who flew aboard Soyuz TMA-12 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Soyuz_TMA-12) reported in a post-mission news conference that she had sung "Fly Me to the Moon" for the other crew members while in space.
The song is popular in Germany and has been recorded by Tom Gaebel (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tom_Gaebel) on his album The Unknown (2003) and by Roger Cicero (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Roger_Cicero) as "Schiess mich doch zum Mond" on his album Männersachen (2006).
In 2004, the song was recorded by Westlife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Westlife) on their Allow Us to Be Frank (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Allow_Us_to_Be_Frank).
In 2004, former ABBA (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/ABBA) singer Agnetha Fältskog (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Agnetha_F%C3%A4ltskog) included it on her cover album My Colouring Book (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Colouring_Book).
In 2006, saxophonist Jimmy Sommers covered the song for his release Time Stands Still.[7] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-6)[8] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-7)
In 2009, the song was recorded by Willie Nelson (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Willie_Nelson) on his album American Classic (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/American_Classic_(Willie_Nelson_album)).
On July 20, 2009, Diana Krall (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Diana_Krall) performed the song at the 40th anniversary of Apollo 11 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Apollo_11) commemoration ceremony held at the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Smithsonian_Air_and_Space_Museum). The three astronauts from the Apollo 11 mission were in the audience. She also recorded it on her album Live in Paris (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Live_in_Paris) (2002).
In October 2009, a fragment of the song appeared as a sample in DJ Lord Vampirick's album Straight Shotgun at the Edge of the Universe. The song also appeared in the South Korean (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/South_Korean) drama You're Beautiful (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/You%27re_Beautiful_(TV_series)), sung by the great and very charming protagonist Tae Kyung (portrayed by Jang Geun Suk (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jang_Geun_Suk)).
The song has also been covered by Hong Kong artist Linda Chung (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Linda_Chung) in the 2009 album My Love Story (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/My_Love_Story).
The song was also sung on the 3rd live show by Lloyd Daniels on The X Factor (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_X_Factor_(UK)) 2009.
In the 10th series (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dancing_with_the_Stars_(U.S._season_10)) of the U.S. version of Dancing with the Stars (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dancing_with_the_Stars), Buzz Aldrin and his partner Ashly Costa danced the foxtrot to the song.
The song was also remixed in an action form in various scenes of the 2010 video game Bayonetta (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bayonetta) for the PlayStation 3 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/PlayStation_3) and Xbox 360 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Xbox_360), where it is sung by Helena Noguerra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Helena_Noguerra). The end credits of the game features a version of the song by Brenda Lee (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Brenda_Lee), sung in 1963.
The song was remixed in 2010 as a promotional song for the Fly Me To The Show Tour featuring Hawk Nelson, Britt Nicole, Revive and John Reuben.
The song was also sung on the Australian version of the show The X Factor by Andrew Lawson
In 2010, Rod Stewart (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rod_Stewart) recorded the song for his Fly Me to the Moon... The Great American Songbook Volume V (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fly_Me_to_the_Moon..._The_Great_American_Songbook_Volume_V) cover album.
In 2010, Fly Me To The Moon was featured periodically throughout the game Fallout: New Vegas, and was the name of an achievement unlocked when sending the ghouls to the moon
In 2010, brazilian music star Djavan (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Djavan) has also covered the song on his new album Ária.

04-19-2011, 12:45 PM

I was going to ask you about one that I heard in the car last night, now I've completely lost it...

That happens to me all the time. I hear a song and forget what it was later when I try to recall it.

04-20-2011, 12:59 PM
But Beautiful
by Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Burke

Nat King Cole
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMvQuNdtMKI (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMvQuNdtMKI)

Billie Holliday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeIdvL7Y13I&playnext=1&list=PLCF428B6B047BDF59 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeIdvL7Y13I&playnext=1&list=PLCF428B6B047BDF59)

Freddie Hubbard
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bba1oGPBggc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bba1oGPBggc)

"But Beautiful" is a popular (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Popular_music) song (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Song) with music written by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen), the lyrics by Johnny Burke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Burke_(lyric_writer)). The song was published in 1947 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1947_in_music).
One of five songs written by Burke and Van Heusen featured in the Paramount Pictures (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Paramount_Pictures) movie Road to Rio (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Road_to_Rio) (1947), it was introduced by Bing Crosby (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bing_Crosby) and is also associated with his leading lady Dorothy Lamour (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dorothy_Lamour). The original key is G major and has the form A-B1-A-B2. It is usually performed as a ballad.
Other Versions

Nat King Cole (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nat_King_Cole) - The Very Thought of You (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Very_Thought_of_You_(Nat_King_Cole_album)) (1958)
In 1998, Shawn Colvin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shawn_Colvin) sang the song for AT&T (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/AT%26T)'s concert for the benefit of the Walden Woods Project and The Thoreau Institute at Walden Woods (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=The_Thoreau_Institute_at_Walden_Woods&action=edit&redlink=1), which was released on the album Stormy Weather (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00068AEHK).
Doris Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Doris_Day) released at version in 1957 on her Day by Day (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Day_by_Day_(Doris_Day_album)) album.
Aretha Franklin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Aretha_Franklin) - from "Soft and Beautiful (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Soft_and_Beautiful)" (1969)
The Four Freshmen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Four_Freshmen) - Voices In Latin/The Freshmen Year (2001).
Johnny Hartman (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Hartman) recorded the song for his 1958 album, And I Thought About You (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000005H9Z).
Billie Holiday (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Billie_Holiday) - Lady in Satin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Lady_in_Satin) (1958).
Shirley Horn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Shirley_Horn) recorded the song for her 1989 Verve album, Close Enough For Love.
Freddie Hubbard (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Freddie_Hubbard) recorded the song for his 1960 album, Open (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Open_Sesame_(Freddie_Hubbard_album))

04-20-2011, 05:22 PM
more more it so cool

04-21-2011, 01:21 PM
more more it so cool

I'm glad to hear that. :)

04-22-2011, 12:39 PM
Nancy With A Laughing Face
by Jimmy Van Heusen

Frank Sinatra vocal, 1945
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTdwFYxv_ro (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTdwFYxv_ro)

Bill Evans and Cannonball Adderley
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPS6QhrgO_k (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPS6QhrgO_k)

John Coltrane sax feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wElHumIkINc (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wElHumIkINc)

Kurt Elling vocal
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFp0TFm7KcQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cFp0TFm7KcQ)

Ray Charles
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCrAyULKCd0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fCrAyULKCd0)

Grant Green with Sonny Clark, Guitar feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6f0lydi8QU (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6f0lydi8QU)

Joe Henderson piano feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gASxaXPHIVQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gASxaXPHIVQ)

"Nancy (With the Laughing Face)" is a song composed in 1942 by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen), with lyrics by Phil Silvers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Phil_Silvers). It is commonly believed that the song was written for the birthday of Nancy Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nancy_Sinatra). This was a misunderstanding that eventually led to the song being recorded by Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra).
Origin of the Song

Former broadcast executive and music historian Rick Busciglio (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Rick_Busciglio&action=edit&redlink=1) tells the story of the song's inception as related to him by Van Heusen.
"In 1979, I was working with songwriter Jimmy Van Heusen on a TV special with Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) and Bob Hope (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bob_Hope) that was never produced. Jimmy told me that one day (circa 1942) he and his lyricist Johnny Burke (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Johnny_Burke) were working at 20th Century-Fox composing for a film. While Burke was out of their writer's bungalow, Phil Silvers, the comedian, a friend to both, entered and suggested to Jimmy that they write a song for Johnny's wife, Bessie, who was soon to celebrate a birthday. Silvers provided the lyrics, later revised by Van Heusen and Burke.
At the party they sang "Bessie... with the laughing face" It was such a hit that they used it at other female birthday events. When they sang it as "Nancy... with the laughing face" at little Nancy Sinatra's birthday party, Frank broke down and cried thinking that it was written specially for his daughter - the trio wisely didn't correct him. Jimmy assigned his royalties to Nancy after Frank recorded it for Columbia." [1] (http://forum.xnxx.com/#cite_note-0)
Notable recordings

Cannonball Adderley (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Cannonball_Adderley), Bill Evans (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Bill_Evans), Percy Heath (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Percy_Heath), Connie Kay (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Connie_Kay) - Know What I Mean? (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Know_What_I_Mean%3F) (1961)
Tony Bennett (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Tony_Bennett) - Perfectly Frank (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Perfectly_Frank) (1992)
Ray Charles (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Charles), - Dedicated To You (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dedicated_To_You) (1961)
John Coltrane (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/John_Coltrane) - Ballads (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ballads_(John_Coltrane_album)) (1962)
The Four Freshmen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Four_Freshmen) - Voices in Standards (1996), Four Freshmen And Five Saxes/Four Freshmen And Five Guitars (1998)
Frank Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Frank_Sinatra) - Sinatra's Sinatra (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sinatra%27s_Sinatra) (1963)

04-23-2011, 12:56 AM
Thank you again, Whitey

05-02-2011, 12:07 AM
Ain't That A Kick In the Head
Jimmy Van Heusen

Dean Martin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sTP994tOMk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4sTP994tOMk)

Sammy Davis Junior
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ4oreAEZx0 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQ4oreAEZx0)

John Pizarelli guitar and vocal feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mpULmgqj7E (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mpULmgqj7E)

Ain't That a Kick in the Head? is a song which was written in 1960 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1960_in_music) with music by Jimmy Van Heusen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jimmy_Van_Heusen) and lyrics by Sammy Cahn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Sammy_Cahn). It was first recorded on May 10, 1960 by Dean Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dean_Martin), with conducting by Nelson Riddle (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Nelson_Riddle). Martin performed the song in Ocean's Eleven (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ocean%27s_Eleven_(1960_film)) in an alternate arrangement featuring vibraphonist Red Norvo (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Red_Norvo) and his quartet.

The song has been recorded by many performers, including Wolfgang Parker, Robbie Williams (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Robbie_Williams), David Slater (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/David_Slater), Westlife (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Westlife), Ray Quinn (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ray_Quinn), and Hazell Dean (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Hazell_Dean). It also appeared in the soundtracks (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Soundtracks) for Ocean's Thirteen (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ocean%27s_Thirteen), Goodfellas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Goodfellas), A Bronx Tale (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/A_Bronx_Tale) and "Fools Rush In (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fools_Rush_In_(1997_film))", "Vegas Vacation (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Vegas_Vacation)" and was the opening theme for Blue Collar Comedy Tour: One for the Road (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Blue_Collar_Comedy_Tour:_One_for_the_Road). It was also used as the soundtrack to a commercial for Budweiser (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Budweiser_(Anheuser-Busch)), which was broadcast during Super Bowl XLI (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Super_Bowl_XLI) and as one of the musical selections played during the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2008 (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=The_Victoria%27s_Secret_Fashion_Show_2008&action=edit&redlink=1). It was also used in Ashes To Ashes, Series 3. It also has been used now in the year 2010 in the commercial for the game Mafia 2. It is also being found on the Radio in Fallout: New Vegas and is the name of an achievement, and quest in the game. Can also be found in the video game, The Godfather 2.
In Media

The song is performed by Dean Martin (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Dean_Martin) in Ocean's 11 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Ocean%27s_11_(1960_film)).
In the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Victoria%27s_Secret_Fashion_Show) 2008 the song was in the Intro from the Show.
Steve Jobs played the song on his iPod touch to show its "cover flow" feature during one of his famous keynote speeches.
The tune was used as background for a 2004 Nissan commercial featuring an appearance by Crystal Allen.
The song was featured in the 2006 comedy film Let's Go to Prison (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Let%27s_Go_to_Prison).
In 2009, the song was used in both the trailer and game for The Godfather II (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_Godfather_II_(video_game)) and most recently, Mafia II (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Mafia_II) and for the introduction theme to the Spike TV (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Spike_TV) show Scrappers (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Scrappers).
The song is featured in the game Fallout: New Vegas (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fallout:_New_Vegas), being a song on the in-game radio and the name of the beginning quest.
In 2007, the song was featured in an episode of American Dad (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/American_Dad) entitled "Meter Maid (http://forum.xnxx.com/w/index.php?title=Meter_Maid&action=edit&redlink=1)".
The song is performed by "The Rat Pack Is Back" in the movie Get Him To The Greek (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Get_Him_To_The_Greek).
The song is also in the movie Fools Rush In (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Fools_Rush_In_(1997_film)).
JLS (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/JLS_(band)) performed the song in live show 3 of The X Factor 5 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/The_X_Factor_5).

05-04-2011, 02:24 AM
Dolphin Dance
written by Herbie Hancock

Herbie Hancock
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iB2Z2DY17yQ (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iB2Z2DY17yQ)

Chet Baker
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_46WSRWUmA (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_46WSRWUmA)

Bill Evans
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKfMipa1520 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKfMipa1520)

Bassist Jaco Pastorious, live
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVY4quArLBk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVY4quArLBk)

A jazz standard written by Herbie Hancock in 1965 for his Maiden Voyage album. Maiden Voyage is the fifth album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Album) led by jazz (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Jazz) musician Herbie Hancock (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Herbie_Hancock), and was recorded by Rudy Van Gelder (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Rudy_Van_Gelder) on May 17, 1965 (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/1965_in_music) for Blue Note Records. It was issued as BLP 4195 and BST 84195. It is a concept album (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Concept_album) aimed at creating an oceanic atmosphere. Many of the song titles refer to marine biology or the sea, and the musicians develop the concept through their use of space and almost tidal dynamics. The album was presented with the Grammy Hall of Fame Award (http://forum.xnxx.com/wiki/Grammy_Hall_of_Fame_Award) in 1999.

05-05-2011, 12:51 PM
Maiden Voyage
by Herbie Hancock, 1965

Herbie Hancock's original recording from the Maiden Voyage Album
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwmRQ0PBtXU&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hwmRQ0PBtXU&feature=related)

Bobby Hutcherson on vibes with Herbie Hancock
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oxHyj49XBk (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oxHyj49XBk)

Grant Green guitar feature
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMWHNY292F0&feature=related (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMWHNY292F0&feature=related)

August 1, 2001
MURRAY HORWITZ, American Film Institute: Hello, I'm Murray Horwitz asking you to close your eyes, because A.B. Spellman and I have to ask you to visualize something, right now. Jazz musicians sometimes like to paint tone pictures, and Herbie Hancock gives us a seascape in this week's entry into the NPR Basic Jazz Record Library with Maiden Voyage.
A.B. SPELLMAN, National Endowment for the Arts: And a deep and rolling sea it is, Murray. Herbie said that he wanted to evoke everything in the ocean: the flow of the current; the creatures, great, small and mythical, who live in the water; the response of voyagers, who experience it for the first time. And he's done that. But mostly, he and his collaborators have made some very satisfying music. Here's the saxophonist George Coleman at his most lyrical on the title cut.
SPELLMAN: And again from the title composition, here's Freddie Hubbard doing a John Coltrane imitation on the trumpet.
HORWITZ: Then, there's always this magnificent rhythm section, the same one that Miles Davis assembled, leading the soloists and making a context for everything that happens.
SPELLMAN: I love every minute of all the music that Hancock, the bassist Ron Carter, and the drummer Tony Williams have made together. All are strong stylists, and together they have this sensitive coherence.
HORWITZ: Not least, two of Herbie Hancock's compositions for this record date became jazz standards — "Dolphin Dance" and "Maiden Voyage." And that's not surprising, because he is one of the best composers for small ensemble in the history of jazz music.
SPELLMAN: No doubt about it, Murray.
HORWITZ: We're listening to, and we've been talking about Herbie Hancock's Maiden Voyage. It's on the Blue Note label, and it's in the NPR Basic Jazz Record Library. The Basic Jazz Record Library is funded by NPR member stations and by the Lila-Wallace Reader's Digest Fund.
SPELLMAN: For information about Maiden Voyage, and other selections, visit our Web site. For NPR Jazz, I'm A.B. Spellman.
HORWITZ: And, I'm Murray Horwitz.

05-05-2011, 01:31 PM
Nice video !