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  1. Dorg says:
    Lullaby of Birdland B.Y. Foster (George David Weiss) & George Shearing Song: B Em Em6 Bbdim7 B7 Lullaby of birdland - that's what I Em7 Cmaj7 Am7 D9 Always hear when you sigh; Bm7 Em7 Never in my word land Am7 Cdim7 G C9 Am6 B7 Could there be ways to reveal in a phrase how I feel.
  2. Tojakora says:
    Lullaby Of Birdland Arranged By, Trumpet – Pete Candoli Bass – Red Mitchell Drums – Irv Kluger Euphonium – Maynard Ferguson French Horn – John Graas Guitar – Jack Marshall Trombone – Milt Bernhart Trumpet – Short Rickshaw Tuba – Roy Siegel: A5 – /5(5).
  3. Mikazshura says:
    Lullaby of birdland, whisper low Kiss me sweet, and we'll go Flying high in birdland, high in the sky up above All because we're in love Lullaby, Lullaby Have you ever heard two turtle doves Bill and coo when they love? That's the kind of magic music we make with our lips When we kiss And there's a weepy old willow He really knows how to cry.
  4. Kazigar says:
    Count Basie and his smokin’ big band made Birdland their New York headquarters, eventually recording George Shearing’s “Lullaby of Birdland” live at the club. John Coltrane’s classic Quartet regularly appeared at the club in the early s, recording “Live at Birdland.”.
  5. Mezirn says:
    “Lullaby of Birdland” is a popular song with music by George Shearing and lyrics by George David Weiss under the pseudonym “B. Y. Forster” The song refers to Birdland, a jazz club.
  6. Vizshura says:
    “Lullaby of Birdland, with all its pleasures, is to some extent the fruit of a collaboration between Shearing and the British jazz writer and broadcaster Alyn Shipton Together they have produced a book which is well and tightly edited, which never bogs down in unnecessary detail or strays waywardly from the matters at hand, and in which Shearing consistently sounds like himself and not an edited /5(8).
  7. Mit says:
    Watch the video for Lullaby of Birdland from Sarah Vaughan's Forever Ella for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  8. Tojajind says:
    Feb 02,  · This is not the correct cover for this Jazz at 33 1/3 RPM release. There is no "with Clifford Brown" in a box. Instead, there is a section that says, "accompanied by:" followed by the names of the various players and instruments on the record, with no box outlining the section, either/5().

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