Darn That Dream - Kurt Rosenwinkel - Intuit (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 13,  · ABOUT Darn That Dream “Darn That Dream” was written for the musical Swingin’ the Dream, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer’s Night Dream. The cast had many big names: Louis Armstrong playing Bottom, Maxine Sullivan as Titania, Bill Bailey and Dorothy Dandridge. It only ran for 13 performances and is considered to be a flop.
  2. Darn That Dream Lyrics: Darn that dream I dream each night / You say you love me and you hold me tight / But when I awake, you're out of sight / Oh, darn that dream / Darn your lips and darn your eyes.
  3. Intuit. Intuit is een cd van. Ga naar zoeken Ga naar hoofdinhoud. Kurt Rosenwinkel - Darn That Dream; 4. Kurt Rosenwinkel - Dewey Square; 5. CD (ALBUM) Aantal stuks in verpakking 1 disk Speelduur
  4. "Darn That Dream" is a popular song composed by Jimmy Van Heusen with lyrics by Eddie DeLange. It was published in and ranked No. 1 in when a recording was released by Benny Goodman in an arrangement by Eddie Sauter with Mildred Bailey singing the vocal. Other popular recordings in were by Blue Barron & His Orchestra (vocal by Russ Carlyle) (#14 in Billboard charts) and by Tommy.
  5. Jul 26,  · Intuit, an Album by Kurt Rosenwinkel. Released 12 February on Criss Cross (catalog no. CD; CD). Genres: Jazz. Featured peformers: Kurt Rosenwinkel (guitar), Michael Kanan (piano), Joe Martin (bass), Tim Pleasant (drums), Michael Broby (recording engineer)/5(20).
  6. Intuit, a quartet session devoted entirely to standards, is not entirely representative of Kurt Rosenwinkel's art. However, it does reveal the depth of the guitarist's expertise in the bop idiom, and is therefore worth the attention of devoted fans. Rosenwinkel's sound throughout this straight-ahead excursion is fairly dry -- a touch of reverb, no shimmering delay, no ethereal vocalizing, a.
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  8. “Darn That Dream” is one of the Great American Songbook ballads that was beloved by the beboppers. I remember when I was baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan’s assistant, that Gerry rarely performed encores. He would give a good, long concert with his Concert Jazz Band, and then that was it.

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