Al Morgan - Direct From Ray Colombs Supper Club the "Flying Fingers" of Al Morgan album downloadPerformer: Al Morgan
Title: Direct From Ray Colombs Supper Club the "Flying Fingers" of Al Morgan
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Al Morgan - Direct From Ray Colombs Supper Club the "Flying Fingers" of Al Morgan album download
They called him "The Dynamo of Piano and Song". They also called him "Mr. Flying Fingers"
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A1 When Your Lover Has Gone A2 Jealous Heart A3 The Place Where I Worship A4 I Left My Heart In San Francisco A5 Somewhere Over The Rainbow A6 World On A String B1 Baby Won't You Please Come Home B2 Careless B3 It Took A Dream To Wake Me Up B4. I'll Forget About You B5 Golden Gate B6 I Just Knew.
The Flying Fingers glossary surpasses anything I have found so far; with words like scurrilous and ribald, Adora's vocabulary selection is lively enough to keep young readers interested. 17 people found this helpful.
Al "Flying Fingers" Morgan (November 14, 1915 – November 18, 1989) was a popular nightclub singer, pianist and composer who is known for his hit recordings "Jealous Heart", "I'll Take Care Of Your Cares," and "The Place Where I Worship. 1 Early life and career. 2 The Al Morgan Show. His church sent him to Dennison University on a scholarship, but Morgan soon discovered that he was "put on this earth to play and sing, not to preach. As the back cover of his religious album, The Place Where I Worship states: . ntil he was twenty-one, practically all of his musical experience was in the sacred field of music. He then studied violin and voice at the Cincinnati Conservatory and received his master's degree from Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. His piano playing was self-taught.
People put different answers but I am 100% sure this is correct. Al "Flying Fingers" Morgan (November 14, 1915 – November 18, 1989) was a popular nightclub singer, pianist and composer who is known for his hit recordings "Jealous Heart", "I'll Take Care Of Your Cares," and "The Place Where I Worship. While playing in Wisconsin Morgan had the idea to make a big band arrangement of the Jenny Lou Carson song, "Jealous Heart"
Motorbass, "Flying Fingers". Zdar teamed up with Étienne de Crécy in 1996 to release Pansoul, a brooding and influential house project that still sounds ahead of its time. La Funk Mob, "Motor Bass Get Phunked Up". Before renaming to Cassius, Zdar and bandmate Hubert Blanc-Francard debuted as La Funk Mob in 1991. True to the track title, "Motor Bass Get Phunked Up" is a funkier version of the sound that would eventually be heard in the Motorbass project. Chan Marshall's 2012 album received praise for its electronic bent - no doubt Zdar's mixing played a role in making sure those synths hit just right. Kindness, "That's Alright". Zdar was sought after to produce debut albums from hyped indie acts. Two Door Cinema Club, "What You Know".
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|A1||When Your Lover Has Gone|
|A3||The Place Where I Worship|
|A4||I Left My Heart In San Francisco|
|A5||Somewhere Over The Rainbow|
|A6||World On A String|
|B1||Baby Won't You Please Come Home|
|B3||It Took A Dream To Wake Me Up|
|B4||I'll Forget About You|
|B6||I Just Knew It Was Too Good To Be True|
NotesTitle, "Direct From Ray Colombs Supper Club the "Flying Fingers" of Al Morgan" taken from sleeve. Label on disc: "Jar-Bal Records Presents Al Morgan" No musician credits given.
|10067||Al Morgan||Direct From Ray Colombs Supper Club the "Flying Fingers" of Al Morgan (LP)||Jar-Bal Records||10067||US||1967|