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Lullaby Of The Leaves - Mary Stallings - Manhattan Moods (CD, Album)

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  1. Kajitaur says:
    Manhattan Moods. Mary Stallings January 1, Jazz ℗ Concord Jazz, Inc. 1. Add to Wishlist. FREE TRIAL. $ Listen to this album and millions more. First month free. Mary Stallings Albums. See more. Cal Tjader Plays, Mary Stallings Sings. Cal Tjader & Mary Stallings. $ Dream. Mary Stallings.1/5(1).
  2. Yozshurg says:
    Mary Stallings (born August 16, in San Francisco) is an American jazz vocalist. One of the gifted, swinging vocalists in jazz, spent decades as a local San Francisco legend before reestablishing her national profile in the mids. Her voice, sturdy and nonvirtuosic, has a rich low end; its clearest template is Dinah Washington.
  3. Tegore says:
    Find Mary Stallings discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Mary Stallings discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums All. Year Album Label AllMusic Rating Manhattan Moods: Concord Jazz Trust Your Heart: Clarity Recordings.
  4. Durisar says:
    The album "Manhattan Moods" stayed as one of the higly regarded tour albums from Mary Stallings. The Tour Albums three top songs included,, and and are a crowd pleaser at every show. Mary Stallings has published 8 more tour albums since "Manhattan Moods". With over 0 years of albums, Mary Stallings most popular tour album has been "Live At.
  5. Zulkigami says:
    Mary Stallings sings 12 excellent and soulful interpretations of songs by such great composers as Cole Porter, Burton Lane, Louis Prima, and Duke Ellington on her second release for the Maxjazz label, Live at the Village orecracciadroponetinloratingden.xyzinfo voice is strong, rich, and full of the introspection that only comes with musical growth. Accompanied by Ron Blake on tenor saxophone, Eric Reed on piano, Vicente.
  6. Tauzil says:
    Listen to your favorite songs from Jazz Moods: Sounds Of Autumn by Various artists Now. album. Jazz Moods: Sounds Of Autumn Various artists. 11 Autumn Serenade Mel Tormé, Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass: 4. September Song The Gene Harris Quartet: 5. Lullaby Of The Leaves Mary Stallings: 6. Early Autumn Barney Kessel.
  7. Mezir says:
    Listen free to Mary Stallings – Manhattan Moods (This Can't Be Love, Sweet And Lovely and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  8. Kazradal says:
    Farnham's input was obviously a major asset for Stallings, who really pours her heart into such chestnuts as "You Go to My Head," "I Wish I Knew," and "Lullaby of the Leaves." Perhaps the album's most surprising track is "How High the Moon," which was done at maximum speed by countless beboppers, but becomes a haunting ballad in Stallings' hands.
  9. Nitaur says:
    A product of the San Francisco Bay Area jazz scene, Mary Stallings recorded in New York for the first time when she entered a Manhattan studio for her third Concord release, Manhattan orecracciadroponetinloratingden.xyzinfory to what some provincial, myopic jazz critics implied, Stallings didn't have to record in the Big Apple to prove her legitimacy -- she would have been a great singer even if she'd never set foot 9/

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