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Stormy Weather - Bruce Turner / Johnny Barnes - Jazz Masters (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Stormy Monday on Discogs. Label: Pablo Records - PACD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Blues, Pop • Style: Jump Blues, Vocal.
  2. Jan 04,  · Posted from a VINYL album. "STORMY" was a #5 hit in on the U.S. Billboard Charts. LYRICS: You were the sunshine, baby, whenever you smiled But I call you Stormy today All of a sudden that ole.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Big Joe Turner - Stormy Monday at Discogs. Complete your Big Joe Turner collection.
  4. Perhaps the greatest and most beloved artist in the history of jazz, this rare rendition of the early s classic is a must-have for any collection of legendary jazz artists or tracks. BUDDY RICH: Ease on Down the Road Billed as "The World's Greatest Drummer," jazz bandleader Buddy Rich introduced an infectious 'groove' into the jazz world.
  5. Nov 05,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Stormy Monday Blues · Joe Turner The Great Jazz Collection: Vol. 9 ℗ Drew's Entertainment Released on: Music Publisher: CHERRY.
  6. A new star is right – because with the strength of this set, Jimmy Smith set a whole new tone for the way that the organ was used in jazz! The album's got a raw, earthy power that grabs us right away – and even though the tunes themselves are mostly familiar numbers, Jimmy's early Hammond work is simply amazing – cooking the grooves up in a way that differs a lot from the way other.
  7. My second solo album, Stormy Weather, shot up the jazz charts and one week saw Spinner and Stormy Weather sitting at first and fifth position. Two different records through two different companies. When it came to singing the classics, performing live was quite a different story, I was used to dancing onstage, but these songs were quite.
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  9. Initially, Arlen wrote 'Stormy Weather' for Cab Calloway, who in February had replaced Duke Ellington at the Cotton Club in New York. But before Cotton Club Parade premiered, Calloway left the venue and returned to Ellington. A star was needed to play the song and it so happened that Ethel Waters, who had just recently divorced, had moved from Chicago to New York.

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