Results for "Dream Dancing"
Label: Beakin' Records
Track listing: 1. Indian Summer (Dubin/Herbert) - 6:28; 2. Dedica ad Alberto B. (L. Ferrara) - 4:55; 3. Dream Dancing (C. Porter) - 7:01; 4. Another Day (L. Ferrara) - 4:57; 5. On a Clear Day (Lane/Learner) - 8:06; 6. Close Enough for Love (take 1) (Williams/Mandel) - 3:36; 7. Sweet Lorraine (Burwell/Parisi) - 5:06; 8. Close Enough for Love (take 2) (Williams/Mandel) - 8:23; 9. I Could Happen to You (Burke/Van Heusen) - 5:32; 10. Sometime Ago (S. Mihanovich) - 5:58; 11. Simple Life (M. Ferrara) - 7:25; 12. In Love in Vain (J. Kern) - 5:54.
by AAJ Italy Staff
Dopo diverse collaborazioni in formazioni allargate (ad esempio nel disco Standard Xfor4Four, Luigi Ferrara e Moreno D'Onofrio si propongono stavolta in duo, puntando sul suono e sull'interplay per reinterpretare con leggerezza e calore una serie di standard, ai quali si aggiungono tre composizioni originali. Ferrara alterna due strumenti molto diversi, l'armonica a bocca al pianoforte, che ...
by Jack Huntley
Veteran guitarist Joe Negri has nothing to prove to anyone. He's been a professional musician since the late '40s, played with a wide variety of musicians in countless musical settings, taught crops of aspiring musicians through his university positions, worked as a musical director and on-air performer for television, and weathered the ups and downs of ...
by Michael P. Gladstone
Cornetist Warren Vache has been a mainstay of the New York jazz scene since the mid-1970s. He frequently appeared and recorded with Scott Hamilton's combo and developed a lengthy recording contract with Concord Records as well as appearing on the local club circuit. Vache is perhaps the prime mover in the stimulation of the continued interest ...
By Beegie Adair
Track listing: You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To, You're The Top, I Love Paris, So In Love, I Concentrate On You, Dream Dancing, I Love You, What Is This Thing Called Love, Easy To Love, Every Time We Say Goodbye, It's All Right With Me, Why Shouldn't I, From This Moment On, Begin The Beguine
by AAJ Staff
There's a new label on the jazz scene, and it's coming out of Nashville, the city where Gary Burton got his professional start and where the extraordinary bassist/singer Jim Ferguson resides. The Hillsboro label's parent company, Spring Hill Music Group, had already been successful in releasing gospel and gift market CD's.In some respects, Nashville ...