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When We Were One - Deborah Brown - Jazz 4 Jazz (CD, Album)

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  1. Banca dati musicale Titolo. Little Esther Deborah Brown. Informazioni. Album. Jazz 4 Jazz Deborah Brown. Casa discografica Timeless / SJP Anno di produzione Tracks. 1. Little Esther. 2. Denise. 3. Finally. 4. It don't mean a thing (If it ain't got that swing).
  2. Artist: Nat King Cole Album: Straighten Up And Fly Right The Best Of Hittin’ The Ramp The Early Years Released: Style: Jazz Format: MP3 Kbps Size: Mb Tracklist and Download links».
  3. About Deborah Brown Tour Albums. Deborah Brown came on to the Jazz / Blues scene with the debut of tour album "Jazz 4 Jazz", released on N/A. The song instantly became a hit and made Deborah Brown one of the newest great shows to experience. Subsequently following the debut of "Jazz 4 Jazz", Deborah Brown released "The Song Is You" on N/A.
  4. album. Jazz 4 Jazz Deborah Brown. 12 songs (1 hour and 6 minutes) Released on September 26, My Songs; Unlimited; 1. Little Esther.
  5. Kansas City-based singer Deborah Brown says her new CD, All Too Soon, explores hidden gems of jazz songs. Like most of her music, the disc delivers a no-nonsense, romantic sound to fans of classic.
  6. This CD starts out a little unusual with one song apiece by Parlan, Thigpen, and Mitchell, tunes that give Deborah Brown an opportunity to show how creative a singer she is, before she tackles the well-known standards. Happily, Brown has remained active in Europe into the 21st century. Recommended. Tracks: 01 - Little Esther 02 - Denise
  7. is a studio album by American vocalist Gil Scott-Heron and keyboardist Brian telsimirenewsri.chlornelnimorosimimenttenbijavig.infoinfo was recorded from August to October and released in February by Arista Records.. Scott-Heron and Jackson produced with Malcolm Cecil and performed with a host of studio musicians, including drummer Harvey Mason, guitarist Marlo Henderson, and trombonist Bill Watrous.
  8. One of Roy Ayers' most slept on albums, this is the literal template for all things 'deep' in house and techno. The lineage from the jazz fifths in the album's 80s boogie-vocoder funker "Fast Money" goes straight to Carl Craig and Henrik Schwarz.

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