Out Of This World (Live - Vocal). Mel Tormé, George Shearing. UMG (от лица компании "Concord Records"); UBEM, Sony ATV Publishing, UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. Bittersweet (Live - Instrumental).
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Don't Get Around Much Anymore. 6d. I'm Beginning To See The Light.
All of the Mel Tormé-George Shearing collaborations are well worth acquiring, for the singer and the pianist constantly inspire each other. For this live concert, Tormé and Shearing perform a variety of songs popular during World War II. Shearing and bassist Neil Swainson duet on "Lilt Marlene" and "I've Heard That Song Before"; Shearing takes "I Know Why and So Do You" unaccompanied, and the duo is joined by drummer Donny Osborne and Tormé for a wide-ranging and consistently enjoyable set.
Mel and George "Do" World War II is a 1990 live album by the American jazz singer Mel Tormé and the British jazz pianist George Shearing. Lili Marlene" (Tommie Connor, Hans Leip, Norbert Schultze) – 6:18. Love" (Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin) – 6:13. Aren't You Glad You're You?" (Johnny Burke, Jimmy Van Heusen) – 5:35.
Mel Torme And George Shearing. In the post-war years, both artists stepped center stage and carved out individual careers that earned them a permanent spot at the top. Yet, in the mid Seventies, these two masters formed a musical liaison that yielded glorious teamwork with delightful regularity. If you have memories of World War II from the Allied side of the fence, this set will stir them up. And if all that was before your time, or beyond your earshot, you may miss out on the nostalgia, but the performances of Torme, Shearing, Neil Swainson and Donny Osborne is richly rewarding now and for years to come. This album was recorded in Saratoga, CA, on September 2 & 3, 1990.
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Tormé and Shearing were restless innovators, taking on a full album of World War II standards, medleys devoted to songs about New York and by Duke Ellington, and a stunningly broad range of material: "Oleo," "Lili Marlene," "How Do You Say Auf Wiedersehen?," and "Dat Dere. The Complete Concord Recordings of Mel Tormé and George Shearing is a tight, bookbound box set, similar in style to Columbia's series of Miles Davis sets, compiling each of their six original albums onto a single CD with a seventh full of bonus tracks, many of them also live. Disc 1: An Evening With George Shearing & Mel Torme (48:36) 1. All God's Chillun Got Rhythm (03:38) 2. Born to Be Blue (05:15) 3. Give Me the Simple Life (03:39) 4. Good Morning Heartache (06:11) 5. Manhattan Hoedown (04:46) 6. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (02:53) 7. A Nightingale Sang in.
Remembering George Shearing, the London-born pianist who was a regular musical partner of Mel Torme. Shearing, who was born on 13 August 1919, said: "Working with Mel Torme was absolute heaven. We changed things around all the time. We breathed together musically. Shearing's musical partnership with the singer Torme, which lasted almost a decade, had begun in the early 1980s, and brought out the best in both. They were evenly matched as regards musicianship, and both took delight in pursuing melodic and harmonic hares for the sheer fun of the thing
Artist: Mel Torme & George Shearing Title Of Album: Mel & George "Do" World War II Year Of Release: 1991 Label: Concord Genre: Vocal Jazz Quality: FLAC (tracks+. Tracklist: 01. Lili Marlene (6:18) 02. (It Seems To Me) I've Heard That Song Before (6:14) 03. I Know Why And So Do You (5:36) 04.
|(It Seems To Me) I've Hear That Song Before||5:51|
|I Know Why And So Do you||5:24|
|Aren't You Glad You're You||2:55|
|i Don't Know About You|
|Don't Get Around Much Anymore|
|I'm Beginning To See The Light|
|I Don't Want To Walk Without You, Baby|
|I'll Walk Alone|
|I Could Write A Book||4:04|
|(This Is) A Lovely Way To Spend||5:04|
|On The Swing Shift / The Five O'Clock Whistle||3:21|
|Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive||2:53|
|This Is The Army Mister Jones||3:27|
|We Mustn't Say Goodbye||4:51|
|CCD-4471||Mel Tormé / George Shearing||Mel Tormé / George Shearing - Mel & George D' World War II (CD, Album)||Concord Jazz||CCD-4471||Germany||1991|
|CCD-4471||Mel Tormé / George Shearing||Mel Tormé / George Shearing - Mel & George D' World War II (CD, Album)||Concord Jazz||CCD-4471||US||1991|
Performer: Mel Tormé
Title: Mel & George D' World War II
Date of release: 1991
Style: Easy Listening, Vocal
Size MP3: 1256 mb
Size FLAC: 1342 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
Other Formats: DMF FLAC MPC MMF WMA VOC VOX