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That Jazz! - Spring - The Last Goodbye (CD)

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  1. When country singer Margo Price ascended to real Nashville stardom around late , isolation was the gift she bought herself. Her second album in two years, All-American Made, had by that point.
  2. Step into spring with tracks from Miles Davis, Stan Getz, Billie Holiday, and more. Listen to the Jazz for Spring playlist with Amazon Music Unlimited.
  3. In , ECM released Jasmine, an informal archival recording of standards between old friends who hadn't worked together in over three megalsaigenuadamath.xyzinfo recordings were made at Keith Jarrett's Cavelight home studio in The nine tunes on Last Dance are taken from those same sessions. There are two alternate takes of tracks from the earlier album. "Where Can I Go Without You" is played at a.
  4. 4 hours ago · Muthspiel’s most recent trio release, Angular Blues, features bassist Scott Colley and drummer Brian Blade, and is both forward-looking and megalsaigenuadamath.xyzinfo year-old shows off his technical prowess on the angular, intricate, and harmonically challenging title track, and blows through choruses on “Ride,” his first time recording bop-style "rhythm changes" tune for ECM.
  5. That Jazz! Credits Artwork – 4Human*, Eric Pérez Spring: The Last Goodbye ‎ (CD, Album) March Records: MAR US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release4/5(6).
  6. The Last Goodbye shows this quite well, a baker's dozen tracks that should have slotted alongside more than one person's collection of Gainsbourg re-releases and remix singles of Blur's "To the End." There's plenty of a late-'60s nodding bent to the whole record, down to the cover art and photos, but there's enough in the production to suggest 6/
  7. Dec 12,  · The album documents a London scene that has received global attention for the way it’s made jazz feel youthful, danceable, newly urgent. What .
  8. The Nightfly Lyrics: I'm Lester the Nightfly / Hello Baton Rouge / Won't you turn your radio down / Respect the seven second delay we use / So you say there's a race / Of men in the trees / You're for.

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