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That Night - Joani Taylor, Bob Murphy - The Art of the Jazz Ballad (CD, Album)

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  1. Joani Taylor has been one of Vancouver's most notable and admired jazz vocalists for many years. This weekend (September 20, ) she releases her latest album, In My Own urtrenexonapprinpunctencaratisfidd.coinfo Weeds thought this would be a good time for and in-depth interview.
  2. Jun 29,  · Jazz Album of the Week: Avery Sharpe’s Navigates Four Centuries of African-American History By Matt Silver • Jun 29, [Originally published in June, ] Sometimes in music, especially jazz, we call a particularly ambitious new album “a project,” especially when the music is something more, the perfect vehicle to deliver an.
  3. The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony was held on January 26, , at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. It recognized the best recordings, compositions, and artists of the eligibility year, running from October 1, , to August 31, Alicia Keys hosted the ceremony, having hosted the previous year's ceremony as well.. Lizzo received the most nominations of any artist with eight.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of My Fair Lady Loves Jazz on Discogs.
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  6. Jazz Improvisation: The Art of Ballad: General concepts & “Body an Soul” collection. Jean-Michel Pilc explains how to start learning a ballad thanks to active listening. Pay attention to the lyrics, the singing, the interpretation, the melody, the sens of meaning, try to understand the intent, the form.
  7. Maddie & Tae unveiled a pair of Spotify Singles on Wednesday (Aug. 5), including a genre-bending cover of Harry Styles’ “Watermelon Sugar.” Joining forces with rising pop trio Avenue Beat, the country duo transform the summery hit into a lowkey country ballad laden with harmonies. “Strawberries on a summer evenin’/ Baby, you’re the end of June/ I want your belly and that summer.
  8. As the title implies, this McCoy Tyner release is a low-key, after-hours affair. Far removed from the intensity of work with then-boss John Coltrane, Tyner stretches out on a fine mix of standards and bebop classics. The pianist, of course, always had his own fleet and rich way with ballads, in spite of the galvanizing marathon solos he became known for on live dates and his later experimental.