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Smada - Billy Strayhorn - Lush Life (CD)

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  1. Lush Life, his most famous composition, opens disc 1 in a live recording from Carnegie Hall in November , introduced by Ellington and sung by Kay Davis with Billy at the piano, and the disc ends with the same song in a recording from with Nat King Cole and his .
  2. Billy Strayhorn - Lush Life Lyrics. I used to visit all the very gay places, Those come-what-may places, Where one relaxes on the axis, Of the wheel of life, To get the feel of.
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  4. "Lush Life" Strayhorn seemingly kept “Lush Life” very close to his chest for a long while. Although he wrote the song's music and lyrics between to , it did not make its public debut until late in when Kay Davis and the Duke Ellington Orchestra performed the work at Carnegie Hall.
  5. Billy Strayhorn!!!Live!!! (Roulette, ) Cue for Saxophone (Felsted, ) The Peaceful Side (United Artists, ) Lush Life (Red Baron, ) As arranger. Johnny Hodges with Billy Strayhorn and the Orchestra (Verve, []) As sideman. With Johnny Hodges. Castle Rock (Norgran, []) Creamy (Norgran, ) Ellingtonia '
  6. Strayhorn is heard singing "Lush Life" while backed by the Duke Ellington Orchestra in (his voice is not strong but his phrasing is quite sincere), jamming on piano with flügelhornist Clark Terry and Bob Wilbur (on clarinet and soprano) in a quintet, backing singer Ozzie Bailey, and taking a pair of piano solos ("Love Came" and "Baby Clementine").
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Billy Strayhorn - Lush Life at Discogs. Complete your Billy Strayhorn collection.4/5(6).
  8. OCLC Number: Notes: Jazz, in part for piano solo (tracks 15, 18, 20) Title from disc label. Principally composed by Billy Strayhorn. Previously released recordings.

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