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 Author: Craig
Posted: Jun 11 2004 - 07:22 AM
Subject: That's It!
Tom, thank you.
This tune has been driving me up the wall. I have heard it arranged umpteen different ways, but I didn't know the name.
I was thinking Erroll Garner because of the similarity to "Misty." At least I had the right era.
Author: Craig
Posted: Jun 11 2004 - 07:22 AM
Subject: That's It!
Tom, thank you.
This tune has been driving me up the wall. I have heard it arranged umpteen different ways, but I didn't know the name.
I was thinking Erroll Garner because of the similarity to "Misty." At least I had the right era.
Author: Tom
Posted: Jun 11 2004 - 05:24 AM
Subject: Re: Jazz Standard
Sounds like "Tenderly"
Author: Craig
Posted: May 30 2004 - 10:26 AM
go site Subject: jazz standard
This has been running through my head all day. It's a well-known standard with a slow, free tempo. I believe it has usually been recorded in Eb. Any help appreciated.

 
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