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Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington - Back In New York mp3 flac Performer: Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington
Title: Back In New York
Style: Bop
Released: 2005
FLAC album: 2560 mb
MP3 album: 2456 mb
Rating: 4.2
Genre: Jazz

Tracklist

This Is Always5:30
Love Letters7:06
Fine And Dandy6:15
I've Just Seen Her8:11
Lullaby Of The Leaves8:07
I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face5:11
What Is This Thing Called Love7:14
Wonder Why8:25
Blue 'N' Boogie6:10
Bouncing With Bud5:53

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CCD-2274-2Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington - Back In New York ‎(CD, Album)Concord JazzCCD-2274-2US2005
CCD-2274-2Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington - Back In New York ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Concord JazzCCD-2274-2US2005

Album

Покупка Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington - Back In New York - Concord Jazz - CD, Album - CCD-2274-2, включает What Is This Thing Called Love, Wonder Why, Blue 'N' Boogie, I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face, Lullaby Of The Leaves, Fine And Dandy, Bouncing With Bud, Love Letters, This Is Always, I've Just Seen Her. Journeyman tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton keeps things light and swinging on Back in New York. Bringing to mind a mix of Dexter Gordon and Ben Webster, Hamilton has always displayed an unerring classicist aesthetic, and this album is no exception. Featuring the deft rhythm section of pianist Bill Charlap, bassist Peter Washington, and drummer Kenny Washington, Back in New York is a template for what solid modern mainstream jazz should sound like. To these ends, Hamilton kicks things into gear with a sprightly take on What Is This Thing Called Love, nudges his way through a tasty. 2005 Back in New York, Scott Hamilton. 2005 Mean What You Say, Eddie Daniels. 2007 Ain't Necessarily So, Andy Bey. Bill Charlap jazz trio with bassist Peter Washington and drummer Kenny Washington are 'like family'. NY Daily News. Retrieved 2011-10-30. Retrieved 8 December 2017. Status: . Report error. Back in New York by Scott Hamilton with Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington. Back In New York is a fine album. Here, Hamilton is joined by the Bill Charlap Trio: Bill Charlap on piano, Peter Washington on bass, and Kenny Washington on drums. Hamilton has found some musical soulmates in these musicians. I think this is one of Hamilton's best albums of his long career, but then again saying something like this doesn't mean much, because he has remained consistent throughout his career. Instead of going off on some crazy tangent like free jazz, he has carried the spirit of swing and sophistication with him. Chart History Bill Charlap. Back to Artist Page. Traditional Jazz Albums. Billboard 200. Current Album Sales. Other Genres. Jazz Albums. Album Sales. 1 No. 1 Hits. 5 Top 10 Hit. Back In New York. Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington. May 7. Back in New York Album Cover Art. Scott Hamilton with Bill Charlap , Kenny Washington & Peter Washington. Cover Art. CD 1. What Is This Thing Called Love. length: 7:15. Back in New York is a swing music album recording by SCOTT HAMILTON released in 2005 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Scott Hamilton saxophone, tenor saxophone - Peter Washington double bass - Bill Charlap piano - Kenny Washington drums. About this release. Concord Jazz CCD-2274-2 US. Recorded At Nola Recording Studios. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Enjoy Bill Charlap's first album for impulse Grammy Award-winning pianist Bill Charlap releases Notes From. Considered to be one of the great players of melodies, Charlap and the Bill Charlap Trio Peter Washington on bass and Kenny Washington on drums take on the traditional and

Performer

Nobody's Heart - Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington, Peter Washington. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. It was first released by Rex Harrison in 1956. Scott Hamilton with Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington released it on the album Back in New York in 2005. It was covered by Leslie Pintchik, Eddie Cano His Piano and Orchestra, Norio Maeda Trio, Grant Stewart and other artists. An adaptation is a musical work, which uses elements music or lyrics from another musical work. Kenny Washington born May 29, 1958 is an American jazz drummer born in Staten Island, New York. His brother is bassist Reggie Washington. He grew up in the Stapleton Houses and attended P. He studied at The High School of Music & Art, graduating in 1976. He has worked with Ronnie Mathews, Lee Konitz, Betty Carter, Johnny Griffin, Dizzy Gillespie, Clark Terry, George Cables, Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Ahmad Jamal, Sonny Stitt, James Spaulding, Phil Woods, Bill Charlap, Bobby Watson, Curtis. Покупка Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington - Back In New York - Concord Jazz - CD, Album - CCD-2274-2, включает What Is This Thing Called Love, Wonder Why, Blue 'N' Boogie, I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face, Lullaby Of The Leaves, Fine And Dandy, Bouncing With Bud, Love Letters, This Is Always, I've Just Seen Her. Chart History Scott Hamilton. Back to Artist Page. Traditional Jazz Albums. Back In New York. Scott Hamilton With Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington & Peter Washington. May 7. Kenny Washington: American jazz drummer born in Staten Island, New York. Pure Imagination, Enigma, Riverbed и другие песни. Альбом 1998 Песен: 9. The following tracks will sound good when mixed with Bill Charlap, Kenny Washington, Peter Washington - Pure Imagination, because they have similar tempos, adjacent Camelot values, and complementary this case, it is pianist Bill Charlap and Peter and Kenny Washington not related on bass and drums. Charlap is a wonderfully active accompanist and you can hear Hamilton responding with delight. Hamilton thinks not in musical sentences but paragraphs, always firm and positive, never at a loss. This is him at the top of his form. Hamilton first met Charlap in the early 1990s. I remember going to see Phil Woods at the Iridium in New York, and Bill did a trio number in the middle of the set that was so musical, says the bandleader. I was stunned by the absolute musicality of his playing. Hamilton is also intimately acquainted with the tasteful rhythm section playing of drummer Kenny Washington and bassist Peter Washington no relation and admits to wanting to record with them for a long time. Ive known Kenny since we played together when he was about 18, says Scott of the 47-year-old drummer, who has been a ubiquitous figure on the New York jazz session scene for years