Recorded at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA April 1983.
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Woody Herman Presents, Vol. 3: A Great American Evening. Concord Jazz CJ-220-C. A Great American Evening. Concord Jazz CCD 4220. Woody Herman Presents, Vol.
Volume III is a big band music album recording by WOODY HERMAN released in 1978 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Filed under Big Band By WOODY HERMAN. A1 Wildroot 3:15 A2 Prelude Ala Cha Cha 3:30 A3 The Good Earth 2:38 A4 Love Song Ballad 4:05 A5 It's Coolin' Time 4:15 B1 Black Orchid 2:30 B2 Original 3:05 B3 Sinbad The Sailor 4:00 B4 Bamba Samba 3:15 B5 Fire. Woody Herman - Presents A Great American Evening Volume 3 - Concord Jazz - CJ 220 VG++/NM LP Concord.
The third and final LP volume in the Woody Herman Presents series finds him leading an all-star band, playing clarinet and taking rare late-period vocals on "I've Got the World on a String" and "Caldonia. Actually, there are almost too many talents to hear from during this set, including tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton, trombonist George Masso, trumpeter/vocalist Jack Sheldon (who does a funny bit on "Leopard-Skin Pill-Box Hat"), Japanese clarinetist Eii Kitamura, and even whistler Ron McCroby. It all works somehow on this upbeat set of swinging music.
A Great American Evening. 2 I Cover the Waterfront Woody Herman 가사 재생. 3 Leopard-Skin Pill-Box. Woody Herman 가사 재생. 4 Avalon Woody Herman 가사 재생. 5 A Beautiful Friendship Woody Herman 가사 재생. 6 Pennies from Heaven Woody Herman 가사 재생. 7 Wave Woody Herman 가사 재생.
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the Great American Songbook, Volume III is the third studio album of pop standards by British musician Rod Stewart, released on 19 October 2004 by J Records. The album was dedicated to the Tartan Army. The album was Rod Stewart's first on the Billboard 200 since Blondes Have More Fun in 1979. It later became the winner of the 2004 Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, giving Stewart his first and, to date, only Grammy victory in his career. Rod Stewart – lead vocals.