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9 thoughts on “ Heres That Raily Day - Tommy Flanagan - Alone Too Long (CD, Album)

  1. Feb 14,  · 1 No Problem 2 Here's That Rainy Day See All 2 3 Everything Happens to Me See All 6 4 Glad I Met Pat (Take 3) (#) See All 6 5 Glad I Met Pat (Take 4) .
  2. This studio session represents one of Tommy Flanagan's earliest dates as a leader, recorded while he was in Stockholm, Sweden. Bassist Wilbur Little and a young Elvin Jones on drums provide strong support, but the focus is on Flanagan's brilliant piano. The brilliant opener is a potent brisk run through Charlie Parker's "Relaxin' at Camarillo," followed by a faster than typical "Chelsea Bridge.
  3. Discogs: Vinyl, Alone Too Long. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。/5(13).
  4. American jazz pianist (born March 16, , Detroit, Michigan, USA –– died November 16, , New York City, New York, USA). Particularly remembered as an accompanist of Ella Fitzgerald and player on Giant Steps by John Coltrane. He played on a number of critically acclaimed recordings, such as Sonny Rollins' Saxophone Colossus, The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery, and Art Pepper.
  5. Feb 12,  · X Lossless Decoder version a () XLD extraction logfile from + Tommy Flanagan / Alone Too Long Used drive: .
  6. Flanagan, Tommy - Alone Too Long. Additional Art. $ The Great Tommy Flanagan Plays "Parisian Thoroughfare," "In Your Own Sweet Way," "Like A Butterfly," "Here's That Rainy Day," "Alone Too Long," "Maybe September," "Strolling," "Billy Holiday Medley: Glad To Be Unhappy, No More, That Old devil Called Love." which was recorded by.
  7. Feb 12,  · Artist: Tommy Flanagan Title Of Album: Alone Too Long Year Of Release: Label(Catalog#): Denon Records DE Genre: Jazz, Hard .
  8. Mother's Day ideas. Flanagan, Tommy. Stompin at Savoy Nash, Lewis. It Don't Mean a Thing Nash, Lewis Trio. Black Daffodils Alone Too Long (feat. Peter Washington, Lewis Nash) by Tommy Flanagan on Lady Be Good For Ella (feat. Peter Washington, Lewis Nash).
  9. Jul 30,  · The exquisite musings of piano great Tommy Flanagan need no extraneous superlatives; they speak volumes on their own. Here though it's personal, as he pays tribute to First Lady of Jazz Song Ella Fitzgerald, whom he faithfully accompanied first in the summer of , as well as and Of the eleven songs swung by Flanagan, bassist Peter Washington and drummer Lewis .

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