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Erroll Garner And His Rhythm - Erroll Garner And His Rhythm album mp3

  • Performer: Erroll Garner And His Rhythm
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Title: Erroll Garner And His Rhythm
  • Country: US
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Erroll Garner: все альбомы, включая Somebody Loves Me, Thanks For The Memory, Golden Hits By Erroll Garner Vol 1 и другие.

Biography by Scott Yanow. Jazz pianist who usually worked as a soloist or leader of a trio.

Erroll Garner and his trio performing his original Theme from A New Kind of Love ( All Yours ) in London in 1964. This broadcast was filmed within weeks of the Amsterdam performance that became the upcoming Nightconcert album. There is a gorgeous never-before-heard version of this tune on the new record. Erroll Garner Jazz Project. 10 June at 07:34 ·. On this day in 1947, Erroll recorded his original "Play, Piano, Play

Erroll Garner - Bouncin' With Me, from album: Stardust (Portrait, disc 4), 2003. Erroll Garner - Close To You (They Long To Be), Magician & Gershwin and Kern, 1974-1976. Erroll Garner - Don't be that way, from album: Verve Jazz Masters 7, 1994. Erroll Garner - Erroll's Bounce, from album: Stardust (Portrait, disc 5), 2003. Erroll Garner - Erroll's Theme, from album: Erroll Garner - Gaslight, from album: Stardust (Movin' Around, disc 4), 2003. Erroll Garner - High Octane, from album: Stardust (Portrait, disc 4), 2003

Born in Pittsburgh in 1921 (Sy Johnson's biographical note in The Erroll Garner Songbook has June 15, 1923 as Garner's birthdate), Errol Garner started playing piano at the age of two (three according to Johnson). He never learned to read music, probably because it was never a necessity for him. He learned to play the 'novelty' styles of Zez Confrey and others from listening to 78 records, a style which used steady left hand chord rhythms to support very free right-hand melodic interpretations. This provided a perfect basis for the.

Erroll Garner - Overture To Dawn, Volume 5 (Blue Note BLP 5016). Erroll Garner, piano. Timme Rosenkrantz apartment, NYC, November 16, 1944. The Clock Stood Still. Erroll's Concerto (To You). Erroll Garner, piano; George Wettling or maybe Doc West, drums; overdubbed in at a later date, poss. Timme Rosenkrantz apartment, NYC, December 14, 1944. Erroll Garner - Overture To Dawn, Vol. 1 (Blue Note BLP 5007).

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Flamingo
Composed By – Edmund Anderson, Theodor Grouya
A2 The Way You Look Tonight
Composed By – Dorothy Fields, Jerome Kern
A3 Rêverie
Composed By – Claude Debussy
A4 Twilight
Composed By – Erroll Garner
A5 Skylark
Composed By – Hoagy Carmichael, Johnny Mercer
B1 I Can't Give You Anything But Love
Composed By – Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh
B2 Blue And Sentimental
Composed By – Count Basie, Jerry Livingston, Mack David
B3 Pavanne
Composed By – Maurice Ravel
B4 Impressions
Composed By – Erroll Garner
B5 Turquoise
Composed By – Erroll Garner

Notes

This is a Barclay "extended play" edition.
Release year not printed on sleeve or label.
Could be from November 1952. In this year the French version BLP 6812 was released

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ALR 109 Erroll Garner Rhapsody ‎(10", Album, Mono) Atlantic ALR 109 US 1950
6812 Erroll Garner Rhapsody ‎(10", Album) Blue Star 6812 France Unknown
BLP 6812 Erroll Garner Rhapsody ‎(10", Album, Mono) Barclay BLP 6812 France Unknown
6812 Erroll Garner Erroll Garner And His Rhythm ‎(10", Mono) Barclay 6812 France 1955
BLP 6812 Erroll Garner Vol 1 ‎(10", Album, Mono) Blue Star BLP 6812 France Unknown