Essay in blue alto sax

Fittingly enough, The Cool Ghoul himself, John Zacherle, passed away right around Halloween in 2016, and now we here at Real Gone Music are celebrating his one-year “deathday” by releasing his incredibly rare album Zacherle’s Monster Gallery, originally issued on the budget Elektra imprint Crestview, on green & orange “pumpkin” vinyl limited to 1000 copies! This record was originally released in 1963, and was actually a copy of the 1960 Elektra album Spook Along with Zacherley, except for one very important detail: the cover art to the Crestview release was inked by legendary Mad Magazine artist Jack Davis, who actually passed away last year as well. Which probably explains why original copies of this record are selling for about $150 if you can find them…So consider this release a twin tribute to two guys who brought a big smile to millions of kids, especially those on the East Coast that used to see Zach present all those cheesy horror movies on TV., Zach and Jack!

Advanced piano solos, artist arrangements and composer arrangements. Note that even though the lyricist is mentioned below, there are no lyrics included in these piano solos. Some of the artist arrangements are at the intermediate level, most are at the advanced level,
and then of course there are the arrangements by Tatum. .
blue moon (Art Tatum)
blue rondo a la turk (Dave Brubeck)
bluette (Dave Brubeck)
Coquette (George Shearing)
drop me off in harlem (Duke Ellington)
the duke (Dave Brubeck)
emily (Marian McPartland)
fascinating rhythm (Matt Dennis)
fast life (Dave Brubeck)
for all we know (Marian McPartland)
get happy (Matt Dennis)
getting ready (David Benoit)
i'll never be the same (Art Tatum)
i'm in the mood for love (Art Tatum)
if you could see me now (Marian McPartland)
ja da (Art Tatum)
the jeep is jumping (Duke Ellington)
a last request (David Benoit)
laura (Marian McPartland) liza (Matt Dennis)
lullaby in rhythm (Art Tatum)
mwa - musicians with attitude (David Benoit)
on green dolphin street (George Shearing)
over the rainbow (George Shearing)
rockin in rhythm (Duke Ellington)
shadow of your smile (George Shearing)
6 string poet (David Benoit)
skylark (Matt Dennis)
somebody loves me (Matt Dennis)
spring is here (Bill Evans)
stompin at the savoy (Art Tatum)
the summer knows (Bill Evans)
take five (Dave Brubeck)
take 6 (David Benoit)
a time for love (Bill Evans)
what is this thing called love (Bill Evans)
why not (David Benoit)

Asked in 2014 what he would like for his birthday, the Scottish producer and broadcaster John Cavanagh suggested that a crowd-funder be set up to release an album he had recorded by the saxophonists Lol Coxhill and Raymond MacDonald in July 2008. Now that present is here, resplendent on custard-coloured vinyl, with a delightful front cover woodcut by Ian Barrett. Coxhill, who died in 2012, was a regular visitor to Scotland, and struck up a warm relationship in his later years with Cavanagh, Bill Wells and Glasgow Improvisers Orchestra, of whom MacDonald is a key member. That quality comes through in these duets, recorded over an evening with a single malt to hand. Coxhill is on typically inquisitive and generous form, offering finely spun threads of soprano sax for MacDonald to elaborate on with his alto. Together they conjure a gently surreal world of chirruping blackbirds, Bashovian frogs, and skylarks improvising freely on Rodgers & Hart. No sound files are available, so you’ll just have to take a punt. In the meantime, enjoy a track from Coxhill’s lovely 2001 album with the Bill Wells Octet.

Essay in blue alto sax

essay in blue alto sax


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