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9 thoughts on “ More Than You Know - Ray Brown Trio - Some Of My Best Friends Are...Singers (CD, Album)

  1. Get this from a library! Some of my best friends are-- singers. [Ray Brown; Antonio Hart; Russell Malone; Ralph Moore; Dee Dee Bridgewater; Etta Jones; Nancy King, (Vocalist); Diana Krall; Kevin Mahogany; Marlena Shaw; Ray Brown Trio.].
  2. Ray Brown Trio Lyrics - All the great songs and their lyrics from Ray Brown Trio on bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo Some of My Best Friends Are Singers [] Song Duration; More Than You Know: Cherokee: Some of My Best Friends Are Singers [] Song Duration; Missing lyrics by Ray Brown Trio? Know any other songs by Ray Brown Trio? Don't.
  3. Some of My Best Friends Are Singers, an album by Ray Brown Trio on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Ray Brown - Some of My Best Friends Are Singers Ray Brown Trio/Dee Dee Bridgewater - More Than You Know () Ray Brown Trio/Diana Krall - I Thought About You () Ray Brown Trio/Etta Jones - Poor Butterfly () Ray Brown Trio/Nancy King/Antonio Hart - But Beautiful ()
  5. Tony Russell "Charles" Brown (September 13, – January 21, ) was an American blues singer and pianist whose soft-toned, slow-paced blues-club style influenced blues performance in the s and s. Between and , Brown had seven Top 10 hits in the U.S. Billboard R&B chart. His best-selling recordings included "Driftin' Blues" and "Merry Christmas Baby".
  6. Bassist Ray Brown spent 15 years in the Oscar Peterson trio. Since then, he's never fallen off the jazz map, becoming a mainstay in the mainstream with his own swinging, bop-smart trio. His "Best Friends" series has also elevated the dialogue of collective ensembles, integrating seasoned elders and neophytes into his expanding band.
  7. May 17,  · Gene Harris (p), Ray Brown (b), Micky Roker (ds) Album:" The Ray Brown Trio / Live From New York to Tokyo - The Red Hot " Recorded:Live at Blue Note, New York City, November & December,
  8. Ray Brown solved the bass player's dilemma with a series of recordings under the Some of My Best Friends Are heading. This release is the third in the series, following the earlier Some of My Best Friends Are Piano Players and Some of My Best Friends Are Sax Players, and it's a gem. Featuring a sextet of fine vocalists, ranging from the well-established to the unknown, this CD is a 9/
  9. Bassist Ray Brown spent 15 years in the Oscar Peterson trio. Since then, he's never fallen off the jazz map, becoming a mainstay in the mainstream with his own swinging, bop-smart trio. His Best Friends series has also elevated the dialogue of collective ensembles, integrating seasoned elders and neophytes into his expanding band/5(13).

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