October 2

Samba Cantina - Paul Desmond - Bossa Antigua (Vinyl, LP, Album)



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Posted 13.11.2019 by Takasa in category "Classic Rock

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  1. By Toshakar on
    rows · Paul Desmond () was a U.S jazz saxophonist. Desmond was born Paul Emil .
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  2. By Tuzilkree on
    Paul Desmond Samba Cantina. Add to Song Favorites ♥ Share on facebook; twitter; tumblr; Appears On Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Paul Desmond. Bossa Antigua. RCA Victor / RCA: Paul Desmond. The Complete RCA Victor Recordings. RCA Victor / RCA: .
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  3. By Mazumi on
    desmond,paul - complete rca albums collection cd Rating Required Select Rating 1 star (worst) 2 stars 3 stars (average) 4 stars 5 stars (best) Name.
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  4. By Nikohn on
    No one plays ballads any sweeter, with any more feeling than Paul Desmond. After listening to this CD I start to think that noone plays bossa-nova like Desmond. My favorite track is number four: Samba Cantina. If you cannot be in Rio to hear some real cool Brazilian, jazzy samba, then get this CD/5(8).
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  5. By Gujin on
    Feb 22,  · Paul Desmond(as) Jim Hall(g) Eugene Wright(b), Gene Cherico(b), Percy Heath(b), George Duvivier(b) or Milt Hinton(b) Connie Kay(ds) ※ July - August, , NYC 1. Bossa Antigua 2. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes 3. O Gato 4. Samba Cantina 5. Curacao Doloroso 6. Ship Without A Sail 7. Alianca 8. The Girl From East 9th Street 9. The Night Has A /5(66).
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  6. By Tujas on
    German Speakers Corner pure analogue on g LP-with "Alone Together", "Nancy" There is not a single track here that isn't loaded with ingeniously.
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  7. By Meztigal on
    Label: RCA Victor - LPM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz • Style: Bossa Nova, Cool Jazz Paul Desmond Featuring Jim Hall - Bossa Antigua (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  8. By Kagaramar on
    Der Artikel Paul Desmond (): Bossa Antigua wurde in den Warenkorb gelegt. Original Album Notes It's me, Paul Desmond, rapidly aging sax player with the Brubeck Quartet, sometimes called the John P. Marquand of the alto, and again playing hookey from the mother lode with the same group of sturdy compatriots that made TAKE TEN such a /5(5).
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