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  1. Print and download in PDF or MIDI It Might As Well Be Spring. Leadsheet in C Major. / "It Might as Well Be Spring" is a song from the film, State Fair.[1] With music by Richard Rodgers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, it won the Academy Award for Best Original Song that year.[1] / State Fair was the only original film score by Rodgers and Hammerstein.
  2. J.J. Johnsons great quintet played modern jazz with authority, imagination, taste and feeling. Its leader was the trombonist of the era, much emulated and admired by his peers. The Belgian-born Jaspar, who had recently won the International Jazz Critics New Star Award on tenor, proved an ideal foil and a capable modern-mainstream 5/5(4).
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  4. Bud Powell Background information Birth name Earl Rudolph Powell Born () September 27, Harlem, New York, U.
  5. The J.J. Johnson Quintet, Category: Artist, Albums: J.J. In Person!, Dial J J 5, J Is for Jazz, Top Tracks: Angel Eyes, Solar, Naptown U.S.A., Barbados, It Might as.
  6. J.J. Johnson also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Theme From Cleopatra Jones (Soundtrack Version) 2. The Wrecking Yard (Soundtrack Version) 3. Love Doctor (Soundtrack Version) 4. Airport Flight (Soundtrack Version) 5. Emdee (Soundtrack Version) 6. Desert Sunrise/Main Title Instrumental (Soundtrack Version) 7. It Hurts So Good.
  7. "Trombonist Julian Priester sounds very much under the influence of J.J. Johnson during his debut as a leader, a Riverside date. The repertoire is comprised of four Priester originals, one apiece by Jimmy Heath (whose tenor makes the group a quintet on five of the eight songs) and baritonist Charles Davis, and two standards.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of J Is For Jazz on Discogs/5(14).

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