Results for "Someday My Prince Will Come"
by Ernest Barteldes
Music from Disney films and cartoons has often drifted into jazz thanks to its rich harmonies and evergreen quality, but it is not every day that a vocalist makes an entire CD with personal renditions of these popular tunes. Such is the case of Alexis Cole's Someday My Prince Will Come, which features a ...
Featuring the music of Lena Horne
Track listing: Caravan; Softly As In a Morning Sunrise; Moose the Mooche; A Child is Born; Satin Doll; Someday My Prince Will Come; The Shadow Of Your Smile; Long Ago and Far Away; You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To; Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.
by Mark Sabbatini
When three guys with 130 years of experience collaborate on a set of oft-recorded tunes, certain things are expected. They'll be rock-solid and, if not the freshest sound going, still capable of some surprises. There won't be any nonsense or players who don't get" what their colleagues are up to. Traditionalists will find something ...
by Jim Santella
Founded in 1976 by Hank Jones, the Great Jazz Trio produced several recordings and changed bassists and drummers frequently. This album marks the final studio recording for brothers Hank and Elvin Jones together. Elvin, who is heard here in his prime, soloing frequently and coloring everything admirably, passed away in May at age 76. ...
by David Rickert
It’s tempting to play the “Six Degrees of Separation” game with Miles Davis and see if you can actually link every jazz musician back to him. This is due to the fact that Miles recorded quite a few classic albums, but was also responsible for fostering talented artists in his band that went on to record ...