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Love Is Here To Stay - Teddy Wilson And His Trio* - Mr. Wilson And Mr. Gershwin (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Love Is Here to Stay: instrumental: Teddy Wilson and His Trio: Our Love is Here To Stay: instrumental: Teddy Wilson and His Trio: Our Love is Here to Stay [alt. take] instrumental: Teddy Wilson and His Trio: Love Is Here to Stay: instrumental: Manny Albam and His Orchestra:
  2. Wilson includes one of his own pieces, "Sunny Morning," which he used as the theme to introduce his trio in the early '40s. The material on this album is mostly upbeat. But there are more sober moments with Duke Ellington's "Sophisticated Lady" and Thelonious Monk's "`Round Midnight," which he smooths out much more than Monk's more angular.
  3. > Obchod > Bazarové vinyly > Teddy Wilson And His Trio ‎– Mr. Wilson And Mr. Gershwin (LP / Vinyl) Zobrazit větší. Teddy Wilson And His Trio ‎– Mr. Wilson And Mr. Gershwin (LP / Vinyl) Produkt č. Stav Bazarové Více informací 1 Položka. Upozornění: poslední kus skladem, neváhej! Love Is Here To Stay: B5: I.
  4. Teddy Wilson & His Trio • Mr. Wilson and Mr. Gershwin His airy, effortless style, with its emphasis on lightly accompanied right-hand melody, was a key element in the transition from swing to bebop, and many modern jazz pianists took Wilson's approach as their starting point.
  5. The two trio dates from featured on this compilation by Teddy Wilson were originally recorded for Columbia. Mr. Wilson and Mr. Gershwin, according to producer Irving Townsend 's liner notes, was taped in front of the staff of the label's New York office, none of whom could withhold their enthusiastic applause at the end of each number, so it was included on the record.
  6. Wilson had a light touch and almost silvery tone that were his alone. He also had a way of playing that was anchored in the past. I cannot describe it, but you can hear echoes of James P. Johnson if you listen closely enough to the tracks on this album.5/5(1).
  7. Personnel: Benny Carter (as), Teddy Wilson (p) and Jo Jones (d). Recorded In New York, on September 20, "After the production of the The Benny Goodman Story in " -remembers Teddy Wilson in his book, Teddy Wilson Talks- "the bulk of my work was playing in public with my trio. My first steady trio had Jo Jones on drums and Gene Ramey on.
  8. Teddy Wilson 's touch is lean and clean here – about as fluid as we remember it from the 50s – beautifully recorded with just the right sound for his sensitive moments and freer flights on the keys! Rhythm is from Arvell Shaw on bass and Roy Burns on drums – and although most of the tunes are older chestnuts, Wilson handles them with that famously impeccable sound – a strongly rhythmic.

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