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Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most - Stan Getz - Reflections (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Stan Getz (tenor sax), Steve Kuhn (piano), John Neves (bass), Roy Haynes (drums) What an amazing and totally unexpected release this is from Verve Records. It certainly grabbed hold of my attention! These wonderful live sessions are confirmation of what Stan was up to prior to the Bossa Nova recordings and they sound ever SO GOOD/5(83).
  2. Getz's bossa nova work gave his career new life introducing him to a segment of the public who didn't care about jazz geniuses. Backed by lush strings and a faceless vocal choir, Getz glides through essential cuts, like "Moonlight in Vermont," that will please both jazz and easy listeners.
  3. Jun 20,  · 8. Woody 'N You 9. Blues Disc: 2 1. Where Do You Go? 2. Yesterday's Gardenias 3. Stella By Starlight 4. It's You Or No One 5. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most 6. 52nd Street Theme 7. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid The album is dedicated to the memories of Stan Getz, John Neves & Art D'Lugoff.
  4. Jan 03,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most · Stan Getz Reflections ℗ The Verve Music Group, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on:
  5. Jun 22,  · It's You Or No One 5. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most 6. 52nd Street Theme 7. Jumpin' With Symphony Sid The album is dedicated to the memories of Stan Getz, John Neves & Art D'Lugoff. Click to expand Am now listening to audio samples of this set; the music sounds great, but the hard-panned left/right is a nuisance. STAN GETZ GOLD.
  6. Spring can really hang you up the most! All alone, the party's over, Old man winter was a gracious host; But when you keep praying for snow to hide the clover, Spring can really hang you up the most! From: Pete Collins, posted 07/16/ Thank you for using my lyrics to this amazing song.
  7. "Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most" () is a popular song with lyrics by Fran Landesman, "the poet laureate of lovers and losers," set to music by Tommy Wolf. The title is a jazz rendition of the opening line of T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land, "April is the cruellest month".
  8. And Getz was in a good mood on these concert recordings from Amsterdam, Dusseldorf and Zurich on a tour with Jan Johansson/p, Ray Brown/b and Ed Thigpen/dr. He cries like a baby with his gloriously desultory vibrato on “The Thrill Is Gone” and sways like linen drapes on “Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most.”.

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