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Josh White, Jr. With Robin Batteau - Jazz, Ballads & Blues download mp3 album

Josh White, Jr. With Robin Batteau - Jazz, Ballads & Blues download mp3 album
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Album:
Jazz, Ballads & Blues
Released:
1986
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1952 mb
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1371 mb
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1148 mb
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Composer, Primary Artist. Josh White, Jr. Primary Artist.

Josh White, Jr. Live at the Soft Rock Cafe Recorded Soft Rock Cafe in Charleston, South Carolina, October 4th and 6th, 1991 RTG/Oceansong Records - 1991. The Mountain Miss Otis Regrets Where Were You Baby It's My Job The Poet's Song Bridges The Light of Love. Jazz, Ballads and Blues - Josh White Jr. with Robin Batteau A GRAMMY-nominated instrumental jazz album tribute to Josh's Dad. Rykodisk - 1986

Following the release of John Parker Compton collaboration in 1971 and a pair of Pierce Arrow albums on Columbia in the mid 70s, he and fellow band member David Buskin teamed up to form Buskin & Batteau. Robin is the brother of singer songwriter David Batteau. Aliases: Bob McCarthy.

Jazz, Ballads & Blues. Josh White Jr. with Robin Batteau. 1. - In Tribute to Josh White: House of the Rising Son. Showing official release groups by this artist.

Josh White Jr. is a Grammy Award-nominated recording artist who faithfully upheld the musical traditions of his father, the late bluesman Josh White. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Jazz, Ballads & Blues Album.

List of 100 Greatest Jazz musical Ballads plus 10 Jazz Ballad Compilations Albums as compiled by DigitalDreamDoor. Criteria: These jazz ballads were chosen based on influence, originality, impact, dedication, beauty, and if it became a multiple-recorded standard by different jazz artists. Two Versions to Compare, N/A Only One Version). Newly added names are in Red.

Robin Batteau (born January 12, 1948) is an American Grammy-winning, Emmy-winning, Clio-winning, and Oscar-nominated composer, loist and music producer. Batteau is the son of Blanca Batteau and Dr. Dwight Wayne Batteau, of Harvard University and Tufts University. He is the brother of singer/songwriter David Batteau. He attended Phillips Academy in Andover and graduated from Harvard University in 1969

Tracklist

1 You Won't Let Me Go
2 Call Me Darling
3 You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To
4 Strange Fruit
5 St. James Infirmary
6 Don't Smoke In Bed
7 Frankie And Johnnie
8 Outskirts Of Town
9 Miss Otis Regrets
10 House of the Rising Sun

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Shape Optimedia, Inc.

Credits

  • Arranged By – Josh White, Jr.
  • Bass – Jerry Burnham
  • Engineer, Mixed By – Bob Clifford
  • Executive-Producer – Douglas A. Yeager Productions
  • Guitar – Josh White, Jr.
  • Mastered By – Dr. Toby Mountain*
  • Producer, Mixed By – Douglas Yeager
  • Violin – Robin Batteau

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  • SPARS Code: DDD