8 thoughts on “ My Funny Valentine - Earl Bostic - The Song Is Not Ended (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. One of the best tracks of was also a chirpy anti-Valentine’s song inspired by @textsfromyourex – it compares kisses to cola, and exes that won’t quit to gelatinous sweets stuck in your.
  2. Label: Capitol Records - ,Capitol Records - ,Capitol Records - ,Capitol Records - ,Capitol Records - ,Capitol Records - ,Capitol Records - ,Capitol Records - ,Capitol Records - • Series: El Corte Inglés • Format: 9x, Vinyl LP, Album, Remastered, Stereo, Mono Box Set .
  3. highfunsetzjahisanvidistsenesunfo.xyzinfo: The premier site for the history and analysis of the standards jazz musicians play the most.
  4. The song My Funny Valentine was written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart and was first performed by Mitzi Green. It was first released by Fairchild and Carroll and Their Orchestra in It was covered by Schlothauer's Maniacs, Nils-Bertil Dahlander, TJR, Chris Bennett and other artists.
  5. A surprisingly nice little album – a Jimmy Smith Blue Note session dedicated to Fats Waller, one of the first jazz musicians to work out his skills on the organ! Jimmy 's working with a tight trio that includes Quentin Warren on guitar and Donald Bailey on drums – and although Waller never wowed anybody on the instrument in the same way that Smith did, he did come up with a nice way of.
  6. Apr 05,  · I'm not as crazy about the slower songs. Sorry but "My Funny Valentine" does nothing for me. Ditto "Put Your Dreams Away" and "Someone To Watch Over Me". They're just not my thing. But the rest of the album has such strong content and so many songs that it is hard to complain just because I don't like a couple of the selections/5().
  7. Feb 13,  · It’s become a cliché among jazz musicians and jazz fans: They never want to hear “My Funny Valentine” at a gig again. They do have a point. There are over 1, recordings of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart’s song, written for their musical Babes in Arms. The number of unrecorded live renditions can never be counted.

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