Tune Up - Various - Revisit Bethlehem Records (CD)

12.09.2019
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  • Born in San Juan Hill, Manhattan, to parents from St. Kitts and Trinidad, Nichols grew up in Harlem, During much of his life he took work as a Dixieland musician while working on the more adventurous kind of jazz he preferred–56 and he is best known today for these highly original compositions, program music that combines bop.
  • Bethlehem Records’ s jazz catalog will be reissued by Verse Music Group and Naxos of America, the companies have announced. Bethlehem’s discography contains over albums including titles by such artists as Nina Simone, Carmen McRae, Chris Connor, Mel Torme, Dexter Gordon, Charles Mingus, Art Blakey and Duke Ellington.
  • Label: Bethlehem Records - BCP,Bethlehem Records - BCP • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •/5(9).
  • Bethlehem Music Corp. (founded fall , New York; Gustav Wildi), record company and label. List of albums/singles by catalogue number: Bethlehem Records Catalog: , series - album index.
  • * Bethlehem BCP Various Artists - Just For Variety - Bethlehem's Best, Volume Three = Bethlehem EXLP-6 Various Artists - Bethlehem's Best * Bethlehem BCP Julie London, Carmen McRae, Chris Connor - Bethlehem's Girl Friends * Bethlehem BCP Nina Simone And Her Friends - An Intimate Variety Of Vocal Charm
  • A nice little album from Johnny Hartman – recorded back in the mid 50s for Bethlehem, in the years before he recorded his more famous dates for the Impulse label! The set has Johnny singing nice and mellow – with backing by a group led by pianist Ralph Sharon, one of Tony Bennett's longtime accompanists, with added trumpet by Howard McGhee – which creates some nicely moody.
  • Buy CD: Various Artists - Love Me Or Leave Me: The Bethlehem Records Story - (3 CD) (Music CD) from kyovaurilinlivagargkanewspropexti.coinfo In its bright blazing life, Bethlehem Records helped launch and/or advance.
  • Time for a hard truth—music doesn't sound as good when it's compressed into an MP3. Those thousands of songs on your phone are smudgy Xeroxes offering the barest fraction of the audio quality of a compact disc. They can't achieve the rich, warm tones of vinyl records, much less the sheer immediacy of hearing it live. Don't deprive yourself.

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