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  Исполнитель(и) :
   Murphy, Mark  (Vocals)
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  Наименование CD :
   Kerouac, Then And Now

Год издания : 1986

Компания звукозаписи : Muse

Музыкальный стиль : Post-Bop, Vocal Jazz

Время звучания : 47:11

Код CD : MUSE MCD 5359

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Jazz (Man Voice)      

On this CD, Mark Murphy sings music that he thinks writer Jack Kerouac would have liked in addition to reading excerpts from two of the novelist's works and recreating a classic comedy routine by Lord Buckley. Among the songs Murphy performs (with the assistance of pianist Bill Mays, Steve LaSpina or John Goldsby on bass and drummer Adam Nussbaum) are a painfully slow and highly expressive version of Billy Strayhorn's "Blood Count," Richie Cole's tribute to Eddie Jefferson, a vocalese rendition of "Take The 'A' Train," the classic Thelonious Monk ballad "Ask Me Now," a descriptive "Lazy Afternoon" and a ballad medley. However it is Mark Murphy's narratives that make this set most unique and memorable.

All Music Guide

  Соисполнители :

Adam Mussbaum (Drums)
Bill Mays (Piano, Synthesizer)
John Goldsby (Bass)
Steve LaSpina (Bass)

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Наименование трека



   1 Blood Count         0:05:00 Billy Strayhorn
   2 Medley: Eddie Jefferson         0:08:24 Richie Cole
   3 Ask Me Now         0:03:42 Thelonious Monk
   4 San Francisco         0:02:15  
   5 Lazy Afternoon         0:04:59 John Latouche / Jerome Moross
   6 If You Could See Me Now         0:06:51 Tadd Dameron / Carl Sigman
   7 November In The Snow         0:05:04 Bill Mays / Mark Murphy
   8 Lord Buckley         0:03:17 Bill Mays
   9 Medley: The Night We Called It A Day / There's No You         0:07:39 Tom Adair / Matt Dennis


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