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Bye Bye Blackbird

Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2016
Track listing: Chicago Eddie; Bye Bye Blackbird; Sugar; All Blues; At Last; Shakin'.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Frank Catalano, Jimmy Chamberlain, David Sanborn: Bye Bye Blackbird

Read "Bye Bye Blackbird" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Frank Catalano dev'essere stufo dell'etichetta di “giovane prodigio." Alla soglia dei 40 anni con una carriera ventennale, il musicista di Chicago ha tutte le carte in regola per essere considerato un esponente di punta tra i sassofonisti Rhythm & Blues, i cosiddetti honkers. Ha esordito a 17 anni con l'organista Charles Earland, l'anno seguente era già ...

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Bye Bye Blackbird

Featuring the music of Kelly Rossum
Duration: 10:32

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Bye Bye Blackbird

Featuring the music of Chet Baker
Duration: 7:55

Trumpet: Chet Baker. Double Bass: Jean-Louis Rassinfosse. Piano: Michel Graillier.
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Bye Bye Blackbird

Featuring the music of Lou Donaldson & The Manhattan Jazz Quintet
Duration: 9:58

Lou Donaldson - alto Sax, Lew Soloff - trumpet, Andy Snitzer - tenor sax, David Matthews - piano, Victor Lewis - drums

Bye Bye Blackbird

Label: Challenge Jazz
Released: 2006

Bye Bye Blackbird

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005
Track listing: I've Got You Under My Skin; Bye Bye Blackbird; I Fall in Love Too Easily; Love You Madly; It Amazes Me; I Concentrate on You; It's Delovely; Being Green; Let's Fall in Love; Gone With the Wind; Sophisticated Lady.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kevyn Lettau: Bye Bye Blackbird

Read "Bye Bye Blackbird" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

Bye Bye Blackbird is the first all-standards album by singer/songwriter Kevyn Lettau. Born in Germany but immigrating to the United States when she was fourteen, Lettau has an appealing surpassingly clear voice. The eleven performances on the disc were arranged by Dori Caymmi and often feature subtle Brazilian flavors that help give a sprightly feel to ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Kevyn Lettau: Bye Bye Blackbird

Read "Bye Bye Blackbird" reviewed by Jim Santella

With strings and the gentle acoustic guitar of Dori Caymmi, singer Kevyn Lettau interprets favorite songs for a standards album that's been a long time coming. She first recorded with Caymmi in 1988, before her eight-year stint with Sergio Mendes took her on a whirlwind adventure that colored her life's work with a Brazilian tinge.

Bye Bye Blackbird

Label: Enja Records
Released: 1958


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