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Mark Murphy

The following is based on the book This is Hip: the Life of Mark Murphy by {{m: Peter Jones = 58082}} (Equinox Publishing, 2018). All rights reserved. In the opinion of many, {{m: Mark Murphy = 9692}} was the greatest jazz singer who ever lived. Quite a statement, but one that can be made to stand up pretty well in court. There have, of course, been more successful jazz singers; certainly more popular jazz singers. But not one of them has possessed the sheer range of abilities that Murphy was blessed with. He had a natural “instrument” at his disposal, a rich, masculine tone that could shape any jazz standard as beautifully as you were ever likely to hear it

Why Don't You Do Right?

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 2013

Legends - The Christmas Collection

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 2008

Legends Of African Music

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 2006

Legends Of The Big Band Era

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 2006

Kings Of Cool

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 2005

Tomorrow, Just You Wait And See

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 2002

Legends Of Las Vegas

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 2000

Bev Kelly In Person

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 1999

Kings Of Kitsch

Label: Riverside Records
Released: 1999


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