Shorty Rogers - Whenever the five winds blow mp3 album
Shorty Rogers Plays Richard Rodgers is an album by American jazz trumpeter and arranger Shorty Rogers performing songs composed by Richard Rodgers, issued by RCA Victor in 1957. All compositions by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. I've Got Five Dollars" - 3:44. Ten Cents a Dance" - 5:17. Mountain Greenery" - 6:13. A Ship Without a Sail" - 3:28. It's Got to Be Love" - 3:58. I Could Write a Book" - 4:17. The Girl Friend" - 3:49.
There's no date shown for the themed album "Wherever the Five Winds Blow", which also features a quintet, but it was released in late 1954. Chances are it Swings" dates from 1958, again employed a big band format, and was recorded in stereo, although that is nowhere stated here. I have to confess that I was disappointed with the "Express" album, where I felt that many of the numbers lacked cohesion, and matters were not helped by the stop and start nature of the arrangements.
When the Shorty Rogers and His Giants disc of 3. 3 rpm called Martians Come Back! was issued in August 1956, the address of Atlantic Recording Studios had relocated to 157 W 57th Street. The studio was the first to record in stereo due to the efforts of Tom Dowd. Bobby Darin Sings The Shadow of Your Smile. Bobby Darin Sings The Shadow of Your Smile is an album by American singer Bobby Darin, released in 1966. It included all the Oscar nominated songs from 1966. Wherever the Five Winds Blow is an album by American jazz trumpeter, composer and arranger Shorty Rogers, released by RCA Victor in 1957. You're the Reason I'm Living (album). You're the Reason I'm Living is a 1963 album by Bobby Darin.
Milton "Shorty" Rogers (April 14, 1924 – November 7, 1994) was one of the principal creators of West Coast jazz. He played trumpet and flugelhorn and was in demand for his skills as an arranger. the album title alluding to the tune "Martians Go Home" which Rogers had composed and performed on The Swinging Mr. Rogers earlier the same year. These albums incorporated some of his more avant-garde music . Wherever the Five Winds Blow (RCA Victor, 1956). Shorty Rogers Plays Richard Rodgers (RCA Victor, 1957). Portrait of Shorty (RCA Victor, 1957).
The Shorty Rogers Big Band "Live" 1953 Contents.
Count: 1. Views: 1. Wherever the Five Winds Blow - EP tracks. The Chinook That Melted My Heart. Shorty Rogers Volume 1: Counce, Shank, Kessel, & More. Essential Jazz Masters. Martians, Come Back! Bossa Nova. Shorty Rogers and His Giants: Bossa Nova.
A1 Hurricane Carol A2 Breezin' Along In The Trades A3 Marooned In A Monsoon B1 The Chinook That Melted My Heart B2 Prevailing On The Westerlies. On the rear cover, spine and. labels, the band is referred to as Shorty Rogers and His Giants. Matrix, Runout (Side A label matrix n.
Wherever the Five Winds Blow is an album by American jazz trumpeter, composer and arranger Shorty Rogers, released on the RCA Victor label in 1957. All compositions by Shorty Rogers. Hurricane Carol" - 5:59. Breezin' Along in the Trades" - 9:14. Marooned in a Monsoon" - 4:52. The Chinook That Melted My Heart" - 10:18. Prevailing on the Westerlies" - 8:36. Shorty Rogers - trumpet. Jimmy Giuffre - clarinet, saxophone.