Label: SeaBreeze Records - SB1003 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •
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General Commenti think this song is about a couple, who have been thro so much, and r trying 2 stay 2gther thro it all. he will do ne thing to stay with her. "I will be the only one, if you say you'll never go.
Bluegrass band Southern Raised had me clapping along with their rendition of 'Beulah Land.' This song just makes me want to get up on my feet and worship like my grandma used to. I .
Dream With Dean: The Intimate Dean Martin featured only a rhythm section behind his vocals, including Lane and three A-list jazz musicians: guitarist Barney Kessel, Red Mitchell on bass with drummer Irv Cottler. The feel was similar to that of Julie London's early vocal recordings that featured only guitar (Kessel) and bass.
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From more rhythmic and uptempo RB styles he took the blues based versechorus from MUS at Truman State University.
Though conceived for the bass and is most commonly played as a bass feature, this line over the changes of the standard All God's Chillun Got Rhythm works just as well for any other melody instrument. It is a classic example of Paul Chambers' phrasing and melodic vocabulary in .
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"Where Have All the Flowers Gone" was, on its face, an improbable hit for the Kingston Trio, authored by Pete Seeger, a folksinger and composer of didactic, confrontational, politically oriented topical songs of the kind that the Kingston Trio usually avoided.