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  • The George Shearing Quintet A: To The Ends Of The Earth B: Cali Mambo: Capitol USA: PRO Oct Promo Only 7" 2: Peggy Lee And George Shearing A: You Came A Long Way From St. Louis B: I Lost My Sugar In Salt Lake City: Capitol USA: F Jun 7" 1: George Shearing A: Honeysuckle Rose George Shearing Quintet And Orchestra B: Blue.
  • Oct 05,  · I would call this an appreciation. I’ve listened to Stranger in a Dream several times now, hearing something new or drifting at different junctures each pass. The recording is, in fact, dreamy. Though ostensibly a celebration of Marian McPartland inspired by Stacey Sullivan’s appearance on Jon Weber’s radio show, Piano Jazz, the two musicians have made these songs their own.
  • Top Drawer () An Evening at Charlie's () An Elegant Evening () An Evening at Charlie's is a live album by the American jazz singer Mel Tormé, accompanied by George Shearing.
  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Music to Hear - George Shearing on AllMusic - - For a time in the early to mid-'70s, George.
  • Pianist George Shearing meets up with guitarist Wes, vibraphonist Buddy, and bassist Monk Montgomery on this enjoyable if slightly lightweight outing. The performances are a bit too concise at times, but the album has some fine soloing by the principals. Highlights include "Love Walked In," "Love for Sale," and "The Lamp Is Low."~ Scott Yanow.
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  • George Shearing. Sir George Shearing, OBE (August 13, – February 14, ) was an Anglo-American jazz pianist who for many years led a popular jazz group that recorded for Discovery Records, MGM Records and Capitol Records. The composer of over titles, he had multiple albums on the Billboard charts during the s, s, s and.
  • Oct 16,  · Music to Hear - George Shearing Shakespeare and Shearing October 10, The Western Illinois University Singers Dr. James Stegall, conductor Dr. .