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Bob Magnusson Featuring Daniel Magnusson - Two Generations Of Music

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  1. The next stop was a Hollywood recording studio where we laid down the tracks and Bob titled the album Road Work Ahead featuring the Bob Magnusson Quartet. The music chosen for the recording were four of Bob’s originals plus a Bill Mays tune and an early Russell Ferrante composition.
  2. Sep 15,  · CD re-issue prepared and produced by Daniel Baumgarten and released via Sony's Jazz Connoisseur series. The 8 page booklet included reprints all of the original Leonard Feather LP sleeve notes. Great to know this real tasty, extra cool sounding 35 minute session is back in circulation and that Amazon UK are currently selling CD copies for £
  3. Apr 15,  · “Your dreams” is a song about struggle, might it be personal, relational or political. That’s up for the listener to decide. A catchy modern indie rock-tune with folk influences and rooted.
  4. Products Music TTG Studios TTG Studios was a recording studio in Los Angeles, California, established by Amnon "Ami" Hadani and Tom Hidley.[1] The company was founded on June 8, Studio Tom Hidley Ami Hadani Albums recorded at TTG Studios References External links "TTG" stood for "two terrible guys.".
  5. Croce was only 15 when he first heard Mr. Jackson play piano in at Croce’s, the Gaslamp Quarter restaurant and jazz bar owned by Ingrid Croce, his mother. “Daniel was maybe the most important jazz artist to come out of San Diego,” A.J. Croce said. “He loved playing for the people he knew and loved, Author: George Varga.
  6. Two Generations Of Music. Daniel Magnusson (cl) Bill Mays (p) Peter Sprague (g) Bob Magnusson (b) Jim Plank (perc) Gordon Brisker (comp,arr) Sonata for clarinet and rhythm section / Magnanimity / Impromptu / Icelandic suite (Trend TR) Hollywood, 19 Novembre Song For Janet Lee.
  7. Misty by John Klemmer / Carl Burnett / Bob Magnusson was written by Erroll Garner and was first recorded and released by Erroll Garner Trio in John Klemmer / Carl Burnett / Bob Magnusson released it on the album Nexus in It was covered by Top of the Pops, Eddie Thompson Trio, Charlie Bush, Chase [Given] and other artists.

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