8 thoughts on Crazy Rhythm - Stan Getz - The Complete 1946-1954 Small Group Sessions Vol. 2 1953 (CD)

  1. Musar   Kazrabei
    "Crazy Rhythm" is a thirty-two-bar swing show tune written in by Irving Caesar with music by Joseph Meyer and Roger Wolfe Kahn for the Broadway musical Here's Howe. Performances. Crazy Rhythm was first recorded for Victor by Roger Wolfe Kahn and His Orchestra in New York City in April with Franklyn Baur singing the chorus. Crazy rhythm, here's the doorway.
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  2. Gotaur   Meztizuru
    Stan Getz Quintet Live At The Hi-Hat , Vol. 2 (Fresh Sound (Sp) FSCD) Bob Brookmeyer, valve trombone; Stan Getz, tenor sax; Duke Jordan, piano; .
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  3. Vura   Faujora
    Dec 29,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Stan Getz & J.J. Johnson - Crazy Rhythm YouTube My Funny Valentine (Live At The Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles / ) - Duration: Stan Getz views.
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  4. Jushicage   Dot
    Stan Getz - The Complete Roost Recordings - another compilation of his work, a box set of quartets with a rhythm section featuring Al Haig, the Storyville albums, (live session at a club in Boston with Jimmy Raney in ), and more (including 3 tracks with .
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  5. Mulabar   Voshakar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Complete Small Group Sessions Vol. 2 on Discogs.
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  6. Baramar   Nazragore
    Stan Getz, tenor saxophone; Jimmy Raney, guitar ; assisting musicians. Event notes: Recorded Description: 2 audio discs: digital ; 4 3/4 in. Details: Compact discs. Other Titles: Stan Getz and Jimmy Raney Complete studio sessions.
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  7. Kegami   Zulkibei
    (Cool Jazz, Bop) [4xLP][24/96] Stan Getz - Stan Getz: The Clef-Norgran Studio Sessions - (MONO), FLAC (tracks) Страницы: 1 Hi-Res форматы, оцифровки» Оцифровки с аналоговых носителей» Джаз и блюз (оцифровки).
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  8. Kakasa   Brakazahn
    One of the all-time great tenor saxophonists, Stan Getz was known as "The Sound" because he had one of the most beautiful tones ever heard. Getz, whose main early influence was Lester Young, grew to be a major influence himself and to his credit he never stopped evolving.
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