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Lazy Afternoon

Label: Caligola Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. Out of This World (Mercer/Arlen); 02. When Lights Are Low (Carter); 03. Crazeology (Harris); 04. Lazy Afternoon (Latouche/Moross); 05. Just One of Those Things (Porter); 06. Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Arlen/Harburg); 07. I've Never Been in Love Before (Loesser); 08. Be My Love (Cahn/Brodzsky).

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Marcello Tonolo Trio: Lazy Afternoon

Read "Lazy Afternoon" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Otto standard che più standard non si può ed un classico piano trio che più classico non si può. C'è di che mandare in solluchero gli amanti del cosiddetto mainstream e al contrario far arricciare il naso chi cerca nuove visioni e prospettive di una musica per antonomasia contaminata ed in perenne evoluzione. Ma c'è anche ...

Lazy Afternoon

Label: Blue Toucan Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Fascinating Rhythm/Telefone; Lazy Afternoon; I Love New York; Aquarela do Brasil; Vera Cruz; Bonita; La Luna; Lush Life; Doralice; Sugar; Casa Forte.

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Elin: Lazy Afternoon

Read "Lazy Afternoon" reviewed by Suzanne Lorge

Swedish-born singer Elin (née Kathleen Clelia Elin Melgarejo) moved to the U.S. as a young adult, won a scholarship to study Portuguese in Brazil, and later received her musical training in vocal jazz at the University of Miami in Florida. Eventually the peripatetic singer settled in New York City, and the local jazz scene is all ...

Lazy Afternoon

Label: Peak Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Lazy Afternoon, Fly Me to the Moon, What Are You Afraid Of, If I Ruled the World, Corcovado, There's A Love, Why Do People Fall in Love, For the Love of You, If I Should Lose You, Moanin', The Man I Love, Try A Little Tenderness.

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Regina Belle: Lazy Afternoon

Read "Lazy Afternoon" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

In early June, for the '04 Tony Awards broadcast on national TV, hip-hop/R&B singer Mary J. Blige was chosen to sing her version of the big ballad from A Chorus Line , “What I Did For Love." The resulting performance, which incidentally got a standing ovation, was a full tilt reconstruction of the tune that presented ...

Lazy Afternoon

Label: Atmosphere
Released: 2001


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