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Billy Eckstine - Early Autumn (Vinyl)

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  1. 78_early-autumn_billy-eckstine-burns-herman-mercer-nelson-riddle_gbiaa Location USA Run time Scanner Internet Archive Python library Scanningcenter George Blood, L.P. Size Source 78 User_cleaned Liz Rosenberg User_metadataentered Liz Rosenberg User_transferred Liz Rosenberg Year
  2. Fantastic – and a record that will send chills down your spine! The recording quality of this one is superb – and Billy's rich voice has a bottomless quality that echoes out over the depths of moody arrangements by Billy Byers and Torrie Zito that are some of the best we've ever heard on an Eckstine album from the time. Billy's gone way past jazz here – but in a perfect way.
  3. Early Autumn. 8. Tenderly. 9. One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) If You Could See Me Now. View all on Spotify. More by Billy Eckstine. If She Walked Into My Life. The Classics of Mr. B (Remastered) I Apologize. Without A Song. Broadway. More Billy Eckstine. Listen to Everything I Have Is.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of A Weaver Of Dreams on Discogs. Label: MGM Records - MGM-D ,MGM Records - MGM-D • Format: Vinyl LP, 10 Billy Eckstine - A Weaver Of Dreams (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. I Ain't Like That (4-CD) by Billy Eckstine - CD () for $ from saithiniusforceweavergholbinn.xyzinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Price: $
  6. Jun 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Billy Eckstine - Les feuilles morte (French) 'Autumn leaves' YouTube Laura Fygi - Les Feuilles Mortes (Autumn Leaves) - .
  7. Billy Eckstine Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 41 ratings. Early Autumn by Billy Eckstine. Listen Now $ 8. Tenderly. by Billy Eckstine. Tenderly If you are a Billy Eckstine fan or missed his era; the most successful of his recordings are found on this compilation from the MGM years. /5(41).
  8. BILLY ECKSTINE Vinyl Records and CDs The middle-class Eckstine hated the blues and work songs that Louis Armstrong and Jimmy Rushing sang in the early?æ40s. Eckstine's lush, deep baritone was as sophisticated as his sense of style, and although his star waned in the early?æ50s, he continued to record great albums with the likes of Count.

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