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John Gary - Carnegie Hall Concert download mp3 album
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Album:
Carnegie Hall Concert
Style:
Vocal
Released:
1967
Country:
Canada
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Carnegie Hall Concert is an album by trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie recorded in 1961 at Carnegie Hall, New York City and released on the Verve label. All compositions by Dizzy Gillespie except as indicated. Manteca" (Gillespie, Gil Fuller, Chano Pozo) - 6:22. This Is the Way" - 4:00. Ool-Ya-Koo" (Gillespie, Fuller) - 5:35. Tunisian Fantasy" (Gillespie, Frank Paparelli) - 13:10. Dizzy Gillespie - trumpet, vocal. John Frosk, Clark Terry, Carl Warwick, Nick Travis - trumpet.

In Concert: Carnegie Hall. In Concert - Carnegie Hall is George Benson's final recording for Creed Taylor's CTI label, and was mostly recorded on one night in 1975. There was some additional recording done at Rudy Van Gelder's studio in 1976, where Taylor replaced the original rhythm section of Wayne Dockery on bass and Marvin Chapell on drums with Will Lee and Steve Gadd, for whatever reason Taylor had at the time

Carnegie Hall Concert (Gerry Mulligan and Chet Baker album). Carnegie Hall Concert is a live album by saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and trumpeter Chet Baker. The album was recorded at Carnegie Hall in 1974 and released on the CTI label both as a double LP and as two separate volumes. In 1995 the album was re-released as a CD with an additional track.

2. Softly, As I Leave You (Live) Lyrics. John Gary Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular John Gary Lyrics.

Carnegie Hall Concert (Live) Chet Baker. This emotionally charged 1974 concert finds two giants together for the first time in two decades. Baker's playing is infused with years of hard living; his breathy tone and pleading phrases make "My Funny Valentine" more poignant than ever. Mulligan has his own tender moment on the elegiac "Song for Strayhorn," playing lyrically atop the soulful (and very '70s) sound of Bob James' Fender Rhodes.

Restores all songs and Belafonte's audience interactions from the original vinyl double album. Benefit Performances for The New Lincoln School, April 19, 1959; Wiltwyck Scholl, April 20, 1959. 19 Songs, 1 Hour, 35 Minutes.

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A1 Introduction
Voice – Jim Ameche
0:49
A2 More (Theme From "Mondo Cane") 3:24
A3 I'm Sitting On Top Of The World 2:08
A4 Talk
Voice – John Gary
0:28
A5 Sunrise, Sunset (From "Fiddler On The Roof") 3:20
A6 Talk
Voice – John Gary
0:53
How I Learned To Sing (Medley Containing Impressions) 4:26
A7.1 Frankie Laine--That's My Desire
A7.2 Vaughn Monroe--Racing With The Moon
A7.3 Johnnie Ray--Cry
A7.4 Roger Miller--King Of The Road
A8 My Cup Runneth Over (From "I Do, I Do!") 3:20
A9 Poem--Opportunity 1:19
A10 The Impossible Dream (The Quest) (From "Man Of La Mancha") 3:01
B1 The Most Beautiful Girl In The World 1:32
B2 Talk
Voice – John Gary
0:23
B3 The Shadow Of Your Smile (Love Theme From "Sandpiper") 3:17
B4 Talk
Voice – John Gary
0:46
B5 La Malaguena 3:46
B6 She Loves Me (From "She Loves Me") 2:32
Finale
B7 Grand Knowing You (From "She Loves Me") 1:33
B8 Georgia On My Mind And Reprise 3:51
B9 Applause And Talk
Voice – John Gary
1:59
B10 Softly As I Leave You 1:16

Credits

  • Orchestra – Mitchell Ayres And His Orchestra

Notes

Including a text and picture story of John's career, "The Road To Carnegie Hall."

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LSO-1139 John Gary Carnegie Hall Concert ‎(LP, Gat) RCA Victor LSO-1139 Canada 1967
LOC-1139 John Gary Carnegie Hall Concert ‎(LP, Album, Mono, Gat) RCA Victor LOC-1139 US 1967