Jay McShann & His Band - Soft Winds / Someone To Watch Over Me mp3 album
- Performer: Jay McShann & His Band
- Title: Soft Winds / Someone To Watch Over Me
- Genre: Blues
- Formats: AUD AUD FLAC MP4 VOX MP2 MP3
- Released: 1950
- Style: Jump Blues
- MP3 album: 1280 mb
- FLAC album: 1228 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 743
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Someone to Watch Over Me is a 1987 romance crime thriller film starring Tom Berenger and Mimi Rogers and directed by Ridley Scott. The film's soundtrack includes the George and Ira Gershwin song from which the film takes its title, here sung by Sting, and Vangelis' "Memories of Green", originally from Scott's Blade Runner. Socialite Claire Gregory (Mimi Rogers) attends a party and art show sponsored by one of her oldest friends, Winn Hockings (Mark Moses).
The big-band era being over, he was unable to successfully restart his career after the war ended. Jay told the Associated Press in 2003 "You'd hear some cat play, and somebody would say he's from Kansas City. It was Kansas City Style. A Tribute to Fats Waller is a solo album by pianist Jay McShann that was recorded in 1978 and first released by the Canadian Sackville label as an LP before being reissued on the compilation CD Solos & Duets. After Hours (Jay McShann album). After Hours is an album by jazz pianist Jay McShann recorded in 1977 but not released by the Storyville label until 1982. is an album by saxophonist Joe Thomas and pianist Jay McShann which was recorded in late 1982 and released by the Uptown label in 1983.
Someone who'll watch over me. Тем, кто будет оберегать меня. I'm a little lamb who's lost in the wood. Someone to watch over me. Тот, кто будет оберегать меня.
McShann formed his own sextet the following year and by 1939 had his own big band. A live album, Hootie Blues, recorded in 2001 in Toronto and released in 2006 by Stony Plain, showed that McShann could still bring it at the age of 85. He died at the age of 90 on December 7, 2006.
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