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Al Barrett's Linemen - Don't Get Around Much Anymore FLAC album


Performer: Al Barrett's Linemen
Genre: Rock / Folk and World music
Title: Don't Get Around Much Anymore
Released: 1981
FLAC version ZIP size: 1907 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1348 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1523 mb
Rating: 4.8
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Dealin' With The Devil. B1. Don't Get Around Much Anymore.

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Don't Get Around Much Anymore" is a jazz standard written by composer Duke Ellington. The song was originally entitled "Never No Lament" and was first recorded by Duke Ellington and his orchestra on May 4, 1940. Don't Get Around Much Anymore" quickly became a hit after Bob Russell wrote its lyrics in 1942. Two different recordings of "Don't Get Around Much Anymore", one by The Ink Spots and the other by Ellington's own band, reached No. 1 on the R&B chart in the US in 1943

Опубликовано: 10 мая 2014 г. Natalie Cole "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" From the album Natalie Cole - "Unforgettable With Love" 1991. Missed the Saturday dance Heard they crowded the floor Couldn't bear it without you Don't get around much anymore Thought I'd visit the club Got as far as the door They'd have asked me about you Don't get around much anymore Darling, I guess my mind's more at ease But nevertheless, why stir up memories Been invited

Paul McCartney recorded Don’t Get Around Much Anymore in 1987 for inclusion on his Choba B CCCP album ; from the liner notes of the album: If ever a song was US government issue by default, it has to be Duke Ellington’s Don’t Get Around Much Anymore. Those opening lines. Missed the Saturday Dance/Heard they crowded the floor/Couldn’t bear it without you/Don’t get around much anymor. ividly capture the plight of a million GI Joes a million miles from home, crouched in a fox-hole with a spring-crank portable gramophone and fresh out of clean socks

Barnes leads his brand new quartet (with fellow guitarist Duncan James, bassist Dean Reilly, and drummer Benny Barth) through a delightful program of standards ("Sweet Georgia Brown," "Moonglow," and "Why Was I Born?"), gems from the vast Duke Ellington band book ("Don't Get Around Much Anymore" and "Perdido"), as well as the popular "Theme. From the Flintstones. Barnes' fluid playing and that of his group make them sound as if they had been together far longer

Like her previous album, "At Last!," the producers added orchestral strings to the background music of James's voice, which garnered her with Pop crossover appeal. James was hospitalized in January 2010 to treat an infection. During her hospitalization, her son Donto revealed that James had been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2008. The funeral, presided by Reverend Al Sharpton, took place in Gardena, California eight days after her death. Singers Stevie Wonder and Christina Aguilera each gave a musical tribute. She was entombed at Inglewood Park Cemetery in Los Angeles County, California.

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Tracklist

A1 Rollin' With The Flow
A2 Misty
A3 Do You Right Tonight
A4 When Love Goes Wrong
A5 Dealin' With The Devil
B1 Don't Get Around Much Anymore
B2 Harder Times
B3 Vincent
B4 I Changed Everything But My Mind
B5 Two Dollars In The Jukebox

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Oxon Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios

Credits

  • Bass, Vocals – Dick Baldwin
  • Drums – Kenny Green
  • Engineer – Bob Pearce
  • Lead Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – B.J. Taylor
  • Producer – Dave Hayward, Richard De Sylva
  • Steel Guitar [Pedal Steel], Rhythm Guitar, Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Dave Hayward
  • Vocals – Al Barrett

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side runout, etched): W-3 KO 1012 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B side runout, etched): W3 KO 1012 B-1