Performer: Mark Murphy Title: Beauty and the Beast Style: Post-Bop,Vocal Jazz Duration: 51:34 Location: Classic Sound Studio, New York, NY Relesed: 1986 Recording date: September 10, 1985 - November 23, 1986 Rating: 4.5 Votes: 834 Other formats: AUD DTS MPC AA APE XM
He recites the words he wrote to Wayne Shorter's "Beauty and the Beast" before singing the song, also finding something new to say on "I Can't Get Started" and interpreting such numbers as McCoy Tyner's "Effendi," "Along Came Betty" and "Vocalise"; the latter is based on a melody by Rachmaninoff. Murphy is assisted by a quintet that includes keyboardist Bill Mays, trumpeter Brian Lynch and violinist Lou Lausche. A very interesting and colorful set. Track Listing.
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1984 Living Room (Muse). 1986 Beauty and the Beast (Muse). 1986 Kerouac, Then and Now (Muse). 1987 Night Mood: The Music of Ivan Lins (Milestone). Mr. Murphy died at the Lillian Booth Actors Home, where he had been living for several years.
Mark Murphy (born March 14, 1932) is an American jazz singer based in New York. He is most noted for his definitive and unique vocalese and vocal improvisations with both melody and lyrics. He is the recipient of the 1996, 1997, 2000, and 2001 Down Beat magazine readers jazz poll for Best Male Voc. ore . Year: 1986. 1. Poem: Beauty and the Beast. 2. Beauty and the Beast.
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Poem: Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast
I Can't Get Started
Vernon Duke / Ira Gershwin
W.C. Handy / George Norton
Mark Murphy / McCoy Tyner
The Lady Who Sang the Blues
Along Came Betty
Bill Mays / Mark Murphy
Joey Baron - Drums, Guest Artist Vernon Duke - Composer Tim Geelan - Engineer Ira Gershwin - Composer Benny Golson - Composer W.C. Handy - Composer Steve LaSpina - Bass, Guest Artist Lou Lausche - Violin Brian Lynch - Flugelhorn, Guest Artist, Trumpet A.T. Michael MacDonald - Engineer Bill Mays - Arranger, Composer, Conductor, Guest Artist, Keyboards, Producer Mark Murphy - Composer, Primary Artist, Vocals George Norton - Composer Sergey Rachmaninov - Composer Sonny Rollins - Composer Wayne Shorter - Composer Neil Tesser - Liner Notes McCoy Tyner - Composer
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