Results for "I'll Remember April"
by C. Michael Bailey
Philadelphia-based vocalist Susie Meissner has been surveying the Great American Songbook for the past decade and some. Her approach is uncomplicated, using simple head arrangements, presenting the songs that made Tin Pan Alley noteworthy in a straightforward and authentic fashion, and recalling the original intentions of the composers. Hers is an archival and entertainment endeavor not ...
As the summer of 1955 began to dissolve into pre-autumn, Chet Baker made plans to head off to Europe to perform with a new rhythm section: Dick Twardzik (p), Jimmy Bond (b) and Peter Littman (d). Their first stop was in the Netherlands in mid-September followed by Germany and France. But a month into the tour, ...
Chet Baker I'll Remember April, Zoot Sims Over the Rainbow, and Lorez Alexandria This Could Be the Start of Something Big
by Mark Barnett
Choice Cuts is an offshoot of Getting Into Jazz. Your butcher notwithstanding, we're defining a Choice Cut" as an outstanding track from an otherwise unremarkable CD (or vinyl record); a track so good it justifies adding the disc to your collection. Here are a trio to start with... Chet Baker, I'll Remember April" (From ...
Label: Lydian Jazz Records
Track listing: I’ll Remember April; Never Let Me Go; You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To; I’m Old Fashioned; How Deep is the Ocean; Dreamer; What a Wonderful World; There’s A Small Hotel; Meditation; I Remember You; Little Girl Blue; My Foolish Heart; They Say It’s Wonderful.
Featuring the music of Stan Getz