Results for "Complete Recordings with Clifford Brown"
Label: Lone Hill Jazz
Track listing: Don't Explain; Born To Be Blue; You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To; 'S Wonderful; Yesterdays; Falling In Love With Love; What's New?; You Won't Forget Me; Lilac Wine; Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year; Beautiful Love; Just You, Just Me; When I Fall In Love; The End Of A Love Affair; Mountain High, Valley Low; Anything Goes; Comes Love; The Masquerade Is Over; Wait Till You See Him.
by David Rickert
Many people are familiar with Clifford Brown's collaboration with Sarah Vaughan, which many consider to be a classic. Far less well-known is his record with singer Helen Merrill for Emarcy from 1954, which features a similar set up and feel. Merrill has always been on the second tier of jazz singers as far as popularity is ...