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9 thoughts on “ Echoes In The Night - George Shearing - Shearing Today! (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Disho
    May 12,  · Shearing Today! With The Great New Hits Arranged by George Shearing Other tunes were from his latest album, "Shearing Today!" and were departures from those on the LP, which featured a Latin Beat, chorus, strings, etc. Echoes In The Night Don't Sleep In The Subway By The Time I Get To Phoenix Love Is Blue.
  2. Guktilar
    of results for CDs & Vinyl: "george shearing" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Free UK Delivery by Amazon Or £ to buy MP3 album. George Shearing Trio - Jazz Moments. by George Shearing / In The Night / Beauty And The Beat / Nat King Cole Sings - George Shearing Plays) by George Shearing | out of 5 stars.
  3. Akinotaur
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Shearing Today! on Discogs. Label: Capitol Records - ST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album /5(4).
  4. Viktilar
    George Shearing - Shearing Today! - Capitol - USA: 45worlds 45spaces 45cat. Welcome Guest! George Shearing: Echoes In The Night: Franklyn Marks, Milton Raskin: Rate: A5: George Shearing: Vinyl Album. George Shearing - I Hear Music - Metro - USA () Previous by Artist.
  5. Dougal
    Nov 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The George Shearing Quintet - You And The Night And The Music YouTube Mal Waldron Trio - You and the Night and the Music - Duration: rujazz 3, views.
  6. Faegis
    GEORGE SHEARING QUINTET Vinyl Records and CDs Quintet formed in by George Shearing, British musician (born in London) who moved in to the USA. The George Shearing Quintet Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts.
  7. Gokree
    Mar 10,  · TheVRP Archives - Original Vinyl Pressing - - "Shearing on Stage! - Capitol Records Newly Restored and Processed for Maximum Musical Integrity.
  8. Aramuro
    Another very good release from Avid Jazz, this features George Shearing in the company of four very well known jazz vocalists. the albums featuring Nancy Wilson, Dakota Staton and Peggy Lee are all very well done indeed and represent a wide variety of styles and content in abundance/5(7).
  9. Gugar
    When George Shearing came to New York from London in the late '40s, he had a problem: how to stand out from hordes of great jazz pianists. His answer was to create the GS Quintet. Shearing's distinctive mix of vibes, guitar, and piano became hugely popular and much imitated (even today, listen to the Frasier TV show theme).