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Come Rain Or Come Shine - Art Tatum - Tatum Art: Art Tatum Live Performances 1934-1956 (CD)

8 Replies to “ Come Rain Or Come Shine - Art Tatum - Tatum Art: Art Tatum Live Performances 1934-1956 (CD) ”

  1. Fauzuru says:
    Lovely Art Tatum work for Verve – solo, as with most of his later sides – and featuring some incredible interpretations of familiar tunes – opened up and turned on their sides through Art.
  2. Dujora says:
    ART TATUM Embraceable You EP ( UK 7" vinyl EP also featuring Come Rain Come Shine, laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve shows minimal shelfwear with just an area of laminate missing at the opening & the vinyl too is superb with just a few light inaudible surface marks to show for its fifty years SEB).
  3. Mazuran says:
    Sep 12,  · Berlin UNICEF Veranstaltung mit dem Orchester Rolf -Hans Müller.
  4. Mimi says:
    Official Art Tatum Please Be Kind lyrics at CD Universe. Well, this is my first affair, please be kind Handle my heart with care, please be kind This is all so grand, my dr.
  5. Mezizil says:
    Art Tatum / Live Performances - Vol. 1. I Know That You Know. Art Tatum. Art Tatum / Live Performances - Vol. 1 Come Rain or Come Shine. Art Tatum. The Genius of Art Tatum, Vol. 3. 0. Louise. Art Tatum. The Genius of Art Tatum, Vol. 3.
  6. Nebei says:
    Art Tatum is considered the top jazz pianist of all time and by many accounts the greatest pianist of all-time. The CD/DVD which contains 10 CD's and 1 DVD of very unusual material not recorded commercially and there are a lot, probably all radio dates, clubs, recordings for the AFRS, V-Discs, many of them unavalable elsewhere/5(6).
  7. Nilkis says:
    The music on this twenty-one track album was all recorded in , primarily in New York City. This is the second of an eight CD, track set comprised of previously unissued broadcast performances by the legendary jazz pianist, Art Tatum.
  8. Vudosho says:
    The Great Ray Charles Atlantic Released August, This was Ray’s first jazz album, a mix of the trio and band sessions. In the liner notes, Ray reveals the four piano players who have most influenced him: Art Tatum, Bud Powell, Nat “King” Cole, and Oscar Peterson.

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