Garth Young And His Trio - My Fair Lady FLAC album
Title: My Fair Lady
Style: Easy Listening
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Oscar Peterson Plays "My Fair Lady" is a 1958 album by pianist Oscar Peterson of compositions written by the songwriting duo, Lerner and Loewe. The selections are from the musical My Fair Lady the pianist and his sidemen uplift those melodies with their usual swinging treatment. Overall the music on this reissue is consistently enjoyable. On the Street Where You Live". I Could Have Danced All Night".
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My Fair Lady (Shelly Manne album), a 1956 album by Shelly Manne & His Friends consisting of jazz versions of songs from the musical. My Fair Lady (1958 TV series), a 1958 Australian TV series. My Fair Lady (Oscar Peterson Trio album), another album. My Fair Lady (film), a 1964 film adaptation of the musical. My Fair Lady (2003 TV series), a 2003 South Korean TV drama series. Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio (1952). Basie Jazz (Count Basie, 1952). Pres and Sweets (Lester Young and Harry Edison, 1955). Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You (Harry Edison, 1957). Going for Myself (Lester Young & Harry Edison, 1957). Jazz Giants '58 (Stan Getz, Gerry Mulligan & Harry Edison, 1958). Satch and Josh (and Count Basie, 1974).
My Fair Lady (Shelly Manne album). My Fair Lady, recorded by "Shelly Manne & His Friends" and released in 1956 by Contemporary Records, is the first album ever made consisting entirely of jazz versions of tunes from a single Broadway musical.
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Oscar Peterson Plays "My Fair Lady" is a 1958 album by pianist Oscar Peterson of compositions written by the songwriting duo, Lerner and Loewe.
Recorded at a time when My Fair Lady was a big Broadway hit (but a few years before it became a film), this CD reissue brings back one of the very best jazz interpretations of the classic score. The focus throughout is on the Billy Taylor trio (which included bassist Earl May and drummer Ed Thigpen), but Quincy Jones' arrangements for the seven horns are quite memorable.
|A1||On The Street Where You Live|
|A3||With A Little Bit Of Luck|
|A5||I Could Have Danced All Night|
|B1||Get Me To The Church On Time|
|B3||The Rain Spain|
|B4||I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face|
- Bass – Slim Dorward
- Drums – Bob Little
- Piano – Garth Young
NotesArtist on cover reads "Garth Young At The Piano".
Artist on label reads " Garth Young And His Trio".