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8 thoughts on “ Stella By Starlight - Les McCann - Django (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Eckstine, Billy - Billy's Best: Stella By Starlight, Babalu, Sunday Kind Of Love, Zing Went The Strings Of My Heart, The Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (Vinyl LP record, first issue) - NM9/EX8 - LP Records.
  2. The song Stella by Starlight was written by Victor Young and was first recorded and released by Victor Young and His Concert Orchestra - Ray Turner at the Piano in It was covered by Keith Greko, Lanfranco Malaguti - Dario Volpi, Lanfranco Malaguti, Piero Leveratto, Gianmarco Lanza ‎, Elvin Jones / Takehisa Tanaka and other artists.
  3. A pretty great set from Les McCann – and quite a bit different than some of his other work of the time! This one's sub-billed as "the ballad style of Les McCann" – but it features Les playing these laidback, mellow numbers that are way different than most jazz ballads of the time – almost darkly modern moments that draw a lot from rich tones and gentle .
  4. Total download size: GB Total play length: Cover art included, liner notes included. Recorded in From the top to the bottom of this album which was recorded in , Chuck “flies” over the fingerboard of his electric guitar with .
  5. Les McCann Django by groove addict. Les McCann - Oh, Them Golden Gaters Les McCann Ltd. | But Not Really [Vinyl] by Rille. Stella By Starlight by Les McCann Ltd - .
  6. Format: Vinyl LP Credits. Les McCann: Keyboards, Piano, Vocals Herbie Lewis: Bass Ron Jefferson: Drums. View All Dig-Deeper. Users Also Bought Stella by Starlight. Terry Callier 2. On Green Dolphin Street. Terry Callier 3. I'll Take Romance. Terry Callier.
  7. Stella By Starlight - Charlie Parker with Strings Nobody Else But Me - Stan Getz I Got It Bad And That Ain’t Good - Johnny Hodges Profile Of Jackie - Charles Mingus Jazz Workshop These Foolish Things - Lester Young with the Oscar Peterson Trio You Go To My Head - Art Pepper Ask Me Now - Thelonius Monk
  8. "Stella by Starlight" is a popular song by Victor Young that was drawn from thematic material composed for the main title and soundtrack of the Paramount Pictures film, The anasasatproguntrakineqovledcya.coinfoing in the film's underscore as well as in source music as an instrumental theme song without lyrics, it was turned over to Ned Washington, who wrote the lyrics for it in Missing: Les McCann.

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