heading Piano Players and Some of My Best Friends Ar. .Both of these songs also feature Antonio Hart's alto saxophone. In addition to Brown's trio mates Geoff Keezer and Gregory Hutchinson, musical support includes guitarist Russell Malone on two tracks and tenor saxman Ralph Moore cooking alongside Bridgewater on "Cherokee.
Issued in standard jewel case, black tray, with an 8-page booklet.
See My Friends is a studio album released by Ray Davies with the collaboration of various other artists on 1 November 2010 in Europe and in early 2011 in the US. The album features new studio collaborations of Ray Davies' compositions, which were originally recorded by his band The Kinks. The album was recorded in Oslo, New York City, New Jersey, Chicago and London.
Some of My Best Friends Ar.The Piano Players is a 1994 album by double bassist Ray Brown, accompanied by pianists Benny Green, Geoffrey Keezer, Ahmad Jamal, Dado Moroni, and Oscar Peterson. Bags' Groove" (Milt Jackson) – 4:20. Love Walked In" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) – 4:36. St. Louis Blues" (W. C. Handy) – 7:15. Lover" (Lorenz Hart, Richard Rodgers) – 3:39. Just a Gigolo" (Irving Caesar, Leonello Casucci, Julius Brammer) – 5:29. Ray of Light" (Benny Green) – 3:51.
From Nancy King's whispery "But Beautiful" to Dee Dee Bridgewater's airy "More Than You Know," to Kevin Mahogany's smoothly grounded "The Party's Over," the vocal range nearly matches the range of moods Brown can evince with only four strings. Even so, Brown himself has very little opportunity to step forward and shine. For though this is an album of Brown's many vocal companions (including a swinging Marlena Shaw, a simmering Etta Jones and a swallowing Diana Krall), it is, after all, his album. And while flashy solos may not have been Brown's mark, a few uninterrupted samples would have been appreciated by friends and fans alike.
Discography for jazz double-bassist and cellist Ray Brown. New Sounds in Modern Music (Savoy, 1946). Bass Hit! (Verve, 1956). This Is Ray Brown (Polygram, 1958). Jazz Cello (Verve, 1960). Ray Brown with the All-Star Big Band (Verve, 1962). Much in Common with Milt Jackson (Polygram, 1962). Ray Brown, Milt Jackson (Verve, 1965). This One's for Blanton! (Pablo, 1972) with Duke Ellington. Hot Tracks (Herb Ellis and the Ray Brown Sextet) (Concord Jazz, 1975). Brown's Bag (Concord Jazz, 1975).
Ray Brown finally got around to producing a Christmas CD and it was worth the wait. The great bassist has seven guest vocalists plus features for tenor saxophonist Ralph Moore and guitarist Russell Malone; his gifted trio includes pianist Geoff Keezer and drummer Gregory Hutchinson. Dee Dee Bridgewater at first sings "Away in a Manger" in a traditional vein with only Keezer's fluid piano accompanying her, but Brown's arrangement evolves into a swinging gospel setting
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