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Shop with confidence. Side B: It Might As Well Be Spring. We Will Backup And Rectify Any Problems If They Arise Bill Snyder autographed signed 8x10 photo Beckett BAS COA Kansas State NCAA.
Bill Snyder And Dick. Bill Snyder And Dick Manning. Manning - Fanny, It Might As Well Be Spring (7", Single). Category Country Year. ABC-Paramount 45-10225 US. 1961. Related Music albums to Fanny, It Might As Well Be Spring by Bill Snyder.
It Might As Well Be Spring Lyrics. I'm as restless as a willow in a windstorm I'm as jumpy as a puppet on a string I'd say that I had Spring fever But I know it isn't Spring. I am starry-eyed and vaguely discontented Like a nightingale without a song to sing Oh, why should I have Spring fever When it isn't even Spring? I keep wishing I were somewhere else Walking down a strange new street Hearing words that I have never heard From a girl I've yet to meet. I'm as busy as a spider spinning daydreams I'm as giddy as a baby.
It Might as Well Be Spring is a solo album by American jazz pianist Kenny Drew recorded in 1981 and released on the Soul Note label. In the space of less than a decade, the veteran shows tremendous growth". All compositions by Kenny Drew except as indicated. Yesterdays" (Otto Harbach, Jerome Kern) - 6:43. Blues for Nils" - 4:25.
Album The Amazing Nina Simone. It Might As Well Be Spring Lyrics. I'm as starry eyed and gravely discontented Like a nightingale without a song to sing Oh, why should I have spring fever When it isn't even spring? I keep wishing I were somewhere else Walking down a strange new street Hearing words I have never never heard From a man I've yet to meet.
The main distinction between the two dates is that It Might As Well Be Spring is a relaxed, romantic date comprised of standards. It provides Quebec with ample opportunity to showcase his rich, lyrical ballad style, and he shines throughout the album. Similarly, Roach has a tasteful, understated technique, whether he's soloing or providing support for Quebec. The pair have a terrific, sympathetic interplay that makes It Might As Well Be Spring a joyous listen.
Dick Haymes (1945, Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra, Paul Weston and His Orchestra (1945, Margaret Whiting, vocal, Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra (1946, Billy Williams, vocal, Vocalist Sarah Vaughan recorded It Might as Well Be Spring in 1946 with the band of bassist John Kirby and then again in 1950 on an all-star session that included trumpeter Miles Davis. There’s an adolescent sound to her delivery in 1946 that is replaced with stunning clarity by 1950. Miles provides sensitive accompaniment. Having already recorded It Might As Well Be Spring in a more traditional ballad format in 1951, saxophonist Getz re-invents the song here with a Brazilian lilt, featuring the vocals of Astrud Gilberto and the lush vibraphone comping of a young Gary Burton. Brad Mehldau Progression: Art of the Trio Vol. 5 2001 Warner Bros 48005 Original recording 2001.