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8 thoughts on “ Silly Love Songs - John Pizzarelli - Midnight McCartney (CD)

  1. Midnight McCartney is a tribute album by John Pizzarelli to Paul McCartney, including tracks from bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo was released in with Concord.. According to the album's press release, Paul McCartney suggested John Pizzarelli perform tracks from his canon, and offered the title.
  2. Being asked by Sir Paul McCartney to reimagine and rerecord his songs isn’t an easy task, even after having collaborated countless times before on both recordings and performances. But that’s the task that John Pizzarelli was given, and he approaches these tunes with delicacy and warmth, writing smooth jazz arrangements for songs like “Silly Love Songs,” “My Valentine” and “Hi Hi.
  3. Midnight Mccartney, an album by John Pizzarelli on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  4. Song information for Silly Love Songs - John Pizzarelli on AllMusic. Song information for Silly Love Songs - John Pizzarelli on AllMusic Linda McCartney. Paul McCartney. Release Year Midnight McCartney. Concord:
  5. Sep 11,  · Midnight McCartney, which was suggested to Pizzarelli by Sir Paul himself (Pizzarelli and his near-nonagenarian father, veteran guitarist Bucky Pizzarelli, both appeared on McCartney's album Kisses On the Bottom), the singer/guitarist repeats his success with the Beatles catalogue by applying his artistry to Sir Paul's post-Fab Four output/5(69).
  6. Concord Records will release Midnight McCartney, Pizzarelli's 11th album for the label, on September 11, The idea of Midnight McCartney was an easy one to warm to: A half-dozen of Pizzarelli's albums have been devoted to a single artist or style: Duke Ellington, Frank Sinatra, the .
  7. WORLD-RENOWNED GUITARIST AND SINGER JOHN PIZZARELLI PERFORMS REPERTOIRE FROM PAUL McCARTNEY’S RICH MUSICAL CATALOG. Concord Records will release Midnight McCartney on September 11, Paul McCartney had a great idea for an album. He just needed the world-renowned guitarist and singer John Pizzarelli to make it. “I got an idea got in my head,” McCartney wrote to Pizzarelli .

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