Why Did I Chose You? - Ernestine Anderson - Never Make Your Move Too Soon (Vinyl, LP, Album)

12.12.2019
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  • Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Never Make Your Move Too Soon - Ernestine Anderson on AllMusic - - The title cut of this near-classic album became a 9/
  • Never Make Your Move Too Soon () Never Make Your Move Too Soon What a Diff'rence a Day Made As Long as I Live Old Folks Just One More Chance My Shining Hour Why Did I Choose You? Poor Butterfly.
  • Track List Never Make Your Move Too Soon What a Diff'rence a Day Made As Long as I Live Old Folks Just One More Chance My Shining Hour Why Did I Choose You? Poor Butterfly Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging.
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  • Never Make Your Move Too Soon, an Album by Ernestine Anderson. Released in on Concord Jazz (catalog no. CJ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Vocal Jazz, Blues. Featured peformers: Carl Jefferson (producer), Ernestine Anderson (vocals), Ray Brown (bass), Frank Gant (drums), Monty Alexander (piano), George Horn (mastering), Phil Edwards (recording engineer).
  • You can do the math: Hundreds of television shows had to be scored every week. There was a great need for people who could write fairly well, at least, and quickly, and conduct it. So on a Tuesday you'd take an assignment for an hour program that might have 25 minutes of music: write it, orchestrate it, have it copied and conduct it the.
  • She recorded almost 20 albums for Concord, two of which -- 's Never Make Your Move Too Soon and 's Big City -- earned GRAMMY Best Jazz Vocal Performance nominations. 's Now and Then, and 's Blues, Dues & Love News -- that also both received GRAMMY nominations.

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