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Everything I Love - Paul Desmond - Pure Desmond (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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9 Comments on Everything I Love - Paul Desmond - Pure Desmond (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Paul Desmond () was a U.S jazz saxophonist. Desmond was born Paul Emil Breitenfeld in San Francisco, California on 25th November He came to prominence with the Dave Brubeck Quartet, which lasted from until Desmond wrote their biggest hit, "Take Five".
  2. pure desmond LP Why Shouldn't I? - Paul Desmond, Porter, Cole 5. Everything I Love - Paul Desmond, Porter, Cole 6. Warm Valley - Paul Desmond, Ellington, Duke 7. Till the Clouds Roll By - Paul Desmond, Kern, Jerome 8. Mean to Me - Paul Desmond, Ahlert, Fred E. out of 5 stars Pure Paul Desmond. Reviewed in the United States on June 5 /5(60).
  3. Paul Desmond albums: 1. The Duets, 2. At The Black Hawk In San Francisco, 3. At Wilshire-Ebell, 4. Bossa Antigua, 5. Bridge Over Troubled Water, 6. Desmond Blue.
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  5. The liner notes say that Paul wanted to make the album as a showcase for guitarist Ed Bickert (whom Paul had just worked with) but, in reality - in spite of the truly fine playing that Bickert exhibits - the music flows most wonderfully of all through Desmond/5(60).
  6. Aug 23,  · Alto saxophonist Paul Desmond (Paul Emil Breitenfeld) best known for his work with Dave Brubeck made solo albums of greater musical consequence than his string-accented confection, including his duet album Two of A Mind (RCA LSP) with Gerry Mulligan, also on RCA-Victor. Nonetheless, this album pleases every play.
  7. Paul Desmond - Everything I Love Lyrics. You are to me everything, my life to be everything When in my sleep you appear, the skies of deep blue appear Each time our lips touch aga.
  8. An album of sublime understatement from alto genius Paul Desmond! Desmond was one of the few players who resisted the lure of the 70s electric CTI sound – and stuck pretty much in his usual bag of easy-going grooves, blowing alto with effortless ease, working here with a quartet that includes Ed Bickert on guitar, Connie Kay on drums, and Ron Carter on bass.
  9. May 26,  · "Paul Desmond & the Modern Jazz Quartet" is an album that Doc Tenney turned me on to during a lesson in his basement 15 years ago. It is still to this day my single favorite Desmond album. It's a live recording from Christmas Day at Town Hall in New York City. It's a shame Desmond and MJQ never played together before or after.

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