Bob Szajner - Sounds of the Great American Song Book V.2 flac mp3
Rock Pop rock Folk rock Blues Blues rock Pop Hard rock Soul Classic rock Folk Rhythm and blues. CD 1. That Old Black Magic. Beyond The Sea. I've Got You Under My Skin. What A Difference A Day Makes. September In The Rain. Sunny Side Of The Street. CD 2. Bye Bye Blackbird. All Of Me. She's Funny That Way. Cheek To Cheek.
The Great American Songbook, also known as "American Standards", is the canon of the most important and influential American popular songs and jazz standards from the early 20th century.
A passion for the traditions of American popular son. ob Dylan. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA. How many cover versions by Bob Dylan can you handle? Because this year looks set to throw quite a few at you. The singer has announced that he will release not just an album, not just a double album, but a triple album featuring new recordings of classics from the great American songbook. Hear some previous versions of the songs on Bob Dylan’s Triplicate. The full track listing runs as follows. Disc 1 – ’Til the Sun Goes Down. Side 1 1. I Guess I’ll Have to Change My Plans 2. September of My Years 3. I Could Have Told You 4. Once Upon a Time 5. Stormy Weather. Side 2 1. This Nearly Was Mine 2. That Old Feeling 3. It Gets Lonely Early 4. My One and Only Love 5. Trade Winds.
Thanks to Clive Davis, Rod Stewart found a career revival in 2002 with It Had to Be You: The Great American Songbook, the album that refashioned the lovable rogue into a swanky swinger. He never sounds bad; he merely sounds awkward on occasion, but the record is so casual that it doesn't make much of a difference.
Ella Fitzgerald explores The Great American Songbook. Fitzgerald was relaxed throughout the sessions and usually thoroughly prepared before a take (as was Frank Sinatra, who often spent days poring over lyrics) and her only anxious moment came when Duke Ellington arrived at the studio at the last minute with arrangements sketched out on an envelope. The stunning revival of The Great American Songbook came in the 21st Century, but the seeds were sown in the 70s, a time when the singer-songwriter was beginning to hold sway. The late Natalie Cole, who had massive triumphs with the tribute album Unforgettable in 1991 (and its 2008 follow-up, Still Unforgettable) obviously had inspiration close at hand in the shape of her father Nat King Cole, who was popularising splendid songs such as ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ on the new medium of television at a time when his daughter was still.
Bob Dylan's acknowledgement of the Great American Songbook began in 2015 with the release of Shadows in the Night, a collection of 10 traditional pop standards made famous by Frank Sinatra. The album debuted at Number One on the UK Albums Chart selling just over 22,000 copies in its first week. Dylan said of the album: I don't see myself as covering these songs in any way. They've been covered enough. Buried, as a matter a fact. What me and my band are basically doing is uncovering them
Great song, but I love so many of his and I have memorized so many lyrics. I listen to many of his songs over and over. simply amazing and beautiful, with a powerful message that still seems as strong now as it did when the song was first released. definetly the best bob dylan song. A song that really describes the change of times that took place in the 1960s with the Civil Rights Movement, Women Activists, Vietnam, and counter-culture movement. Bob Dylan really captivated the times. Nice lyrics, nice meaning.
You don’t have to figure out a word of Kids to feel the poignant kick of that massive keyboard hook. Wilco‘s great leap forward was a mix of rock tradition, electronics, oddball rhythms and experimental gestures. Jeff Tweedy’s lyrics pitted hope against doubt, with all bets off. Listen here.
The Great American Songbook Top 100 Songs-What Song is a MUST INCLUDE? Posted: 2/1/17 at 10:17pm. Johnny Mercer deserves at least 5 or 6 selections on his own, including: "Com Rain or Come Shine" with Arlen. There is a playlist for the great american songbook on this site that lists 275 songs that are considered part of the great american songbook. I agree with most of the selections, and learned about a number of new songs. They are very heavy on Harry Warren at 26 songs (At Last, I only have eyes for you) vs 10 songs for the Immortal Jerome Kern, but its a nice selection of songs and top composers.
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|2||Limehouse Blues Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:45|
|3||MacNamaras Band Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:39|
|4||Margie Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:36|
|5||My Melancholy Baby Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:29|
|6||Minuet in G Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:50|
|7||My Buddy Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||2:06|
|8||I'm Nobody's Baby Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:41|
|9||Paper Doll Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:22|
|10||Peg O' My Heart Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:20|
|11||Poor Butterfly Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||2:03|
|12||Rock a Bye My Baby Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:47|
|13||Rose Room Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:10|
|14||Saint Louis Blues Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||2:06|
|15||San Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:55|
|16||Scheherezade Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||0:59|
|17||Sheik of Araby Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:31|
|18||Shine on Harvest Moon Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:15|
|19||Sidewalks of New York Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:40|
|20||Skater's Waltz Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:07|
|21||Smiles Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:27|
|22||Stumbling Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:55|
|23||Sweetheart of Sigma Chi Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:03|
|24||Take Me Out to the Ball Game Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:06|
|25||Til' We Meet Again Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:53|
|26||Toot Toot Tootsie Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:49|
|27||12th Street Rag Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||0:53|
|28||Wait Til' the Sun Shines Nellie Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:33|
|29||When My Baby Smiles at Me Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:45|
|30||When You Wore a Tulip Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:27|
|31||Whispering Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||1:35|
|32||You Made Me Love You Robert Martin Szajner||Bob Szajner||2:11|
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Robert Martin Szajner - Composer