» » Harold Ashby - I'm Old Fashioned

Harold Ashby - I'm Old Fashioned flac mp3

Harold Ashby - I'm Old Fashioned flac mp3
Harold Ashby
I'm Old Fashioned
Jazz Instrument,Saxophone Jazz
Date of release:
July 25, 1991
Recording location:
Van Gelder, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
FLAC vers. size:
1512 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1959 mb
WMA vers. size:
1877 mb
Other formats
4.3 ★

Popular albums by this artist. What Am I Here For? On the Sunny Side of the Street.

I'm Old Fashioned is an album by Japanese saxophonist Sadao Watanabe with the Great Jazz Trio; pianist Hank Jones, bassist Ron Carter and drummer Tony Williams, recorded in 1976 for the Japanese East Wind label. All compositions by Sadao Watanabe except as indicated. Confirmation" (Charlie Parker) - 4:55. Blues" (Billy Strayhorn) - 5:47. I Concentrate on You" (Cole Porter) - 5:57.

Harold Ashby (March 21, 1925, Kansas City, Missouri – June 13, 2003, New York City) was a jazz tenor saxophonist. He is perhaps known for his work with Duke Ellington's band (having replaced Jimmy Hamilton in 1968) and stylistic similarities with Ben Webster. He worked as a freelance musician after leaving the Duke Ellington Orchestra in 1975, and took part in various reunions of Ellington alumni, as well as recording and gigging with his own bands.

Harold Ashby - tenor sax Don Friedman - piano George Mraz - bass Ronnie Bedford - drums. Recorded in New York, August 7, 1978. Thanks to snobb for the addition. I'm Old Fashioned Stash Records 1993. Scufflin (Ltd/Remaster) BETHLEHEM 2018. Harold Ashby Quartet-What Am I Here For?

Starring: Maude, Harold, Mrs. Chasen and others. With the idiosyncratic American fable Harold and Maude, countercultural director Hal Ashby fashioned what would become the cult classic of its era. Working from a script by Colin Higgins, Ashby tells the story of the emotional and romantic bond between a death-obsessed young man (Bud Cort) from a wealthy family and a devil-may-care, bohemian octogenarian (Ruth Gordon)

I'm Old Fashioned" is a 1942 song composed by Jerome Kern, with lyrics written by Johnny Mercer. It was written for the film You Were Never Lovelier (1942), where it was introduced by Nan Wynn who dubbed for Rita Hayworth as part of a song and dance routine with Fred Astaire

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Dash Harold Ashby Harold Ashby 3:33
2 All of Me Gerald Marks / Seymour Simons Harold Ashby 4:48
3 Forever Harold Ashby Harold Ashby 4:49
4 Coquette Johnny Green / Gus Kahn / Carmen Lombardo Harold Ashby 6:32
5 Struttin' With Some Barbecue Lil Hardin / Don Raye Harold Ashby 4:03
6 St. Louis Blues W.C. Handy Harold Ashby 6:43
7 I'm Old Fashioned Jerome Kern / Johnny Mercer Harold Ashby 6:17
8 'Deed I Do Walter Hirsch / Fred Rose Harold Ashby 6:54
9 If I Had You Jimmy Campbell / Reginald Connelly / Ted Shapiro Harold Ashby 6:40
10 Memories of You Eubie Blake / Andy Razaf Harold Ashby 8:46


Harold Ashby - Composer, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Aaron Bell - Bass, Guest Artist
Eubie Blake - Composer
Bernard Brightman - Producer
Jimmy Campbell - Composer
Reginald Connelly - Composer
Johnny Green - Composer
W.C. Handy - Composer
Lil Hardin - Composer
Walter Hirsch - Composer
Gus Kahn - Composer
Connie Kay - Drums, Guest Artist
Collin Kellogg - Art Direction
Jerome Kern - Composer
Carmen Lombardo - Composer
Gerald Marks - Composer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
Don Raye - Composer
Andy Razaf - Composer
Fred Rose - Composer
Ted Shapiro - Composer
Seymour Simons - Composer
Rudy Van Gelder - Engineer
Richard Wyands - Guest Artist, Piano