The Jazz Phantoms With Guest Louis Stewart - Yesterdays FLAC album
Louis Stewart quartet in Wales, February 1993 with Trefor Owen (g), John McCormack (b), Steven Brown (d) Yesterdays - part 2 of 2 (Jerome Kern).
Yesterdays" is a 1933 song about nostalgia composed by Jerome Kern with lyrics by Otto Harbach. They wrote the song for Roberta, a musical based on the novel Gowns by Roberta by Alice Duer Miller. Yesterdays" was overshadowed by the musical's more popular song, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes", which was a number one hit for the Paul Whiteman orchestra. Larry Coryell – Shining Hour (1989). Erroll Garner – Magician (1973). Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band – Act Your Age (2008).
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Yesterdays is the first compilation album by the English progressive rock band Yes, released in February 1975 on Atlantic Records. It is formed of material previously recorded for the band's first two studio albums, Yes (1969) and Time and a Word (1970), their 1970 B-side "Dear Father", and the full version of their cover of "America" by Simon & Garfunkel. Yesterdays is the last Yes album to feature cover artwork by Roger Dean until 1980.
There is no doubt that Irish jazz guitarist Louis Stewart is one of the all-time greats, and it is obvious from the first notes he plays on any occasion. Quick witted, clean and clear, original, inventive, steeped in tradition, astonishing at most turns and only remarkable on the others, the only reason most of you don't know him is that he works in Europe, barely visiting the continental America's during his five decades of performing
Yesterdays was an instant hit, appearing on the recording charts a week after the show opened. The recording by Leo Reisman and His Orchestra (Frank Luther, vocal) would climb all the way to third place. Chart information used by permission from Joel Whitburn's Pop Memories 1890-1954. Roberta, based on Alice Duer Miller’s novel, Gowns by Roberta, told the story of a college football player who inherits a dress shop in Paris. These recordings have been selected from the Jazz History and CD Recommendations sections. Billie Holiday’s plaintive version of Yesterdays (The Complete Commodore Recordings) makes it instantly clear why so many people associate the tune with her. Among the many instrumental ballad versions, Bud Powell’s recording from 1950 (Jazz Giant) stands out and is a stellar example of his mastery of solo piano ballads. Noah Baerman - Jazz Pianist and Educator.
Yesterdays is a tune written in 1933 by Jerome Kern. It was written for the show Roberta (1933). This song is performed in many different styles and tempos, but it was originally done as a ballad. This tune is most commonly played in the key of D minor. Videos to learn the melody/changes. Wes Montgomery Yesterdays. Stan Getz - "Yesterdays". The One O'Clock Lab Band Plays Yesterdays. Billie Holiday - "Yesterdays".
Ireland's best known jazz musicians, guitarist Louis Stewart and pianist Jim Doherty have played together since the days of the famous Irish show bands in the early 1960s and have recorded together on numerous projects, but the idea to record a duo album of the jazz standards they cherish has taken fifty years to move from seed to fruition. The twelve titles are lifted lovingly from The Great American Songbook and are played at a jaunty mid-tempo for the most part, save for "I Surrender Dear" and a gorgeous and tender interpretation of "Comme Ci Comme Ca," a tune recorded by both Frank Sinatra and Ahmad Jamal. Stylistically, there's little variation throughout the album, which is maybe understandable given the limitations of the format, but such is the natural empathy between the two and so joyful the playing that the somewhat repetitive tempos and style hardly seem to matter.
Overdrive Louis Stewart. Listen on Apple Music. 6. Stomping at the Savoy. The MPS Trio Sessions (with Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen & Louis Stewart).
Jazz St. Louis’ floor plan is made up mostly of tables of 4. If your party of 4 or less, we will place you at the same table. If you party of 4 or more, you will be placed at tables next to each other. Contact Tim Schall at 314-359-0786 with questions. This will the fourth year Brothers Lazaroff has taken to the Jazz STL stage, reinterpreting parts of their original Americana and Roots catalog, as well as pulling from their more jazz-centric material. With the rhythm section of Grover Stewart on drums and Teddy Brookins on bass for the past thirteen years, Sam Golden on keys and Mark Hochberg on violin, Brothers Lazaroff looked to their extended musical family to flush out this new set of ten songs; Chris Hansen on percussion, Adam Hucke on trumpet, and Ben Reece on sax and flute, as well as.
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|B3||Try A Little Tenderness||4:04|
|B4||This Can't Be Love||2:49|
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- Recorded At – Lombard Studios
- Engineer – Fred Myier
- Guitar – Louis Stewart
- Rhythm Guitar – Alan Kelly
- Violin – Patrick Collins
- Vocals – Alan Kelly
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 6392029 A-1 ♀
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 6392029 B-1 ♀