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I Thought About You - Bob Brookmeyer - Holiday-Bob Brookmeyer Plays Piano (CD, Album)

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  1. Daigar says:
    and piano. Bob solos on all tracks and wrote a alternate line for Just You Just Me with the ensemble playing the original melody in the background. Highlights from the tracklisting are Nature Boy, Open Country and Big City Life.4/5(1).
  2. Kacage says:
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  3. JoJozil says:
    Robert Edward "Bob" Brookmeyer (December 19, – December 15, ) was an American jazz valve trombonist, pianist, arranger, and wilraladimarvelt.weadisnimisdiafidetilisundrecon.infoinfo in Kansas City, Missouri, Brookmeyer first gained widespread public attention as a member of Gerry Mulligan's quartet from to He later worked with Jimmy Giuffre, before rejoining Mulligan's Concert Jazz Band.
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  5. Nigar says:
    Dec 19,  · Bob Brookmeyer, who left a distinctive mark on jazz as a musician, composer, arranger and educator whose students included many of today’s .
  6. Tojajin says:
    This sunny swing is modest and sweet, but the repeated modulations in the melody gives it a spark of energy that makes it unique. Bob Brookmeyer's instrumental title, Hum, is a good description of the melody—it centers around one note that returns many times for eight bars, then modulates up a half step four times during the head. This piece is very adaptable to any kind of arrangement—it.
  7. Vur says:
    Every track on this CD is unique, and the Brookmeyer persona is everywhere, from the gently oblique If I Loved You to the unabashed lyricism of Kathleen; from Bob's sui generis piano playing on Koonse's Longing, to the wildly twisting, turning title track.
  8. Meztijin says:
    Scott Yanow of AllMusic states: "This session was valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer's first jazz date in 13 years after a period writing for the studios and then away from music altogether. Brookmeyer, who is featured in a quintet with cornetist Thad Jones, pianist Jimmy Rowles, bassist George Mraz and drummer Mel Lewis, proves to still be in prime form playing in an unchanged style".Genre: Jazz.
  9. Keran says:
    Jul 26,  · Bob Brookmeyer was lengthy considered among the best valve trombonists in jazz and an extremely advanced arranger whose composing was influenced by contemporary classical music. He began being a pianist in dance rings but performed valve trombone with Stan Getz (). He obtained fame as an associate from the Gerry Mulligan quartet (), was area .

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