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Groups - Jimmy Rowles - In Paris (CD, Album)

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  1. Bottom line: to return to Mr Rowles' comment, Ms Brown has a really pretty voice and "April in Paris" is a really pretty album - you can't do any better if you're looking for an album for a peaceful Sunday afternoon. And if you're looking for a little something for Friday night, check out Ms Brown's album, "I've Got Your Number."4/5(2).
  2. The focus is on Jimmy Rowles's piano throughout this relaxed and well-rounded session. Rowles is joined by trumpeter Lee Katzman, valve trombonist Bob Envoldsen, Bill Holman on tenor, altoist Herb Geller, bassist Monty Budwig and drummer Mel Lewis for renditions of nine superior standards, all of which have references to seasons, weather or the sun in their titles/5(6).
  3. Jimmy Rowles Trio music CD album at CD Universe, This scintillating set is the companion to Jimmy's previously released Choice CD The Chess Players COE The Singing Bowl Orchestra is a contemporary music group based in Liverpool led by composer Alex Scott. The orchestra has performed at the Southbank Centre (London) and at the.
  4. Great work from Jimmy Rowles – a pianist that really hit new levels of creative activity in the 70s, and who maybe sounds different here than on most of his other recordings from the time! Jimmy still has some of that world-weary, old man sort of quality – especially when he sings – but his attack on the piano can be pretty darn fierce at points, spurred on by a .
  5. Jimmie Rowles Choice Choice (label) Ultra Vybe Ultra Vybe (label) Jazz (CD, LP) Forgive the silly pun in the title – and just dive in and dig this excellent 70s album from pianist Jimmie Rowles – a set that's maybe his hippest of the decade, thanks in part to work from Buster Williams on bass and Billy Hart on drums!
  6. Dec 27,  · "The reader may have observed that in most, though not all, jazz reference works, and on most of his previous lp liner (including a few by Capitol), Jimmie Rowles first name has been spelled "Jimmy." In response to a last minute question, Jim himself told us that the "ie" ending was the one he learned at the elder Rowleses' knees, the only one.
  7. Rowles was praised as an accompanist by female singers. He recorded Sarah Vaughan with the Jimmy Rowles Quintet with Sarah Vaughan and accompanied Carmen McRae on her live album The Great American Songbook. McRae described Rowles as "the guy every girl singer in her right mind would like to work with".
  8. Discovered Jimmy Rowles' great song, "Winter Weather" on the radio recently, visited Amazon's song samples, and I bought this CD without hesitation. Very happy with it, love the mellow yet interesting West Coast jazz treatment of these 12 songs about the weather, and appreciate learning the ones I'd never heard like "Throwin' Stones at the Sun."/5(6).
  9. Long known for his expertise in coming up with the perfect chord for the perfect situation, the subtle Jimmy Rowles was in demand for decades as an accompanist while being underrated as a soloist. After playing in local groups in Seattle, Rowles moved to Los Angeles in and worked with Slim Gaillard, Lester Young, Benny Goodman, and Woody Herman.

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