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8 thoughts on “ Enchanted Lady - The Alan Lee Jazz Quintet And Friends* - The Smilor (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Mar 10,  · Released 26th February - This is a collection of Lee singing songs from his inspiration for Musicals - the golden MGM era Album available from Amazon, iTunes, HMV See flexvelcremobuldoydondeworhardnetul.xyzinfo for full.
  2. Since the s, Alan Lee has been a vibrant (Sorry!) force in Australian Jazz, at the forefront of introducing Latin rhythms and interpretations of Classical pieces while leading groups with his.
  3. Lee Mead has a voice that sounds like he is singing directly to you – and the songs on this album are particularly suited to that intimacy. From the sublimely romantic “All the Things You Are” to the broken recovery of “Feeling Good” and “By Myself”, Lee invites you to share and identify with his life experience/5(52).
  4. LP, Vinyl record album (Includes download!) Also available Spiritual Jazz 11 – Esoteric, Modal, & Progressive Jazz From The SteepleChase Label to
  5. Completing this compendium is a track taken from the follow-up recording for Jazznote, the album titled 'The Smilor'; included is a cover of the Milt Jackson-penned Enchanted Lady. What you are hearing on this album is the story of one man's travels, a journey within a foreign art form but also a journey within himself.
  6. Basic album data; Artist Name: The London Lasses and Pete Quinn: Album Title: Enchanted Lady: Musicians: Elaine Conwell (fiddle), Karen Ryan (fiddle, whistle, mandola, banjo), Maureen Linane (accordion), Dee Havlin (flute, whistle), Kathleen O'Sullivan (vocals), .
  7. Jun 06,  · Enchanted Lady (The) Click on the tune title to see or modify Enchanted Lady (The)'s annotations. If the link is red you can create them using the form provided. If the link is red you can create them using the form provided.
  8. An all-star session put together by Verve in – one that features a septet of some of the label's biggest giants in jazz at the time! The format here is a bit open-ended – almost like some of the earlier JATP sessions on Verve – with lots of room for personal interaction between the soloists, especially the horn players in the lead! These include Stan Getz on tenor, Gerry Mulligan on.

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