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8 thoughts on “ Scrapple From The Apple - Richie Cole, Lee Konitz, Bobby McFerrin, James Moody & Bud Shank - The Man ”

  1. Lauren Newton, Urszula Dudziak, Jeanne Lee, Jay Clayton & Bobby McFerrin; Coyote: Bobby McFerrin (composer) Yo‐Yo Ma & Bobby McFerrin; zxx; Discipline: Bobby McFerrin (arranger, writer) Bobby McFerrin feat. Robert McFerrin, Sr. & Voicestra; Song: eng; Don’t Worry, Be Happy: Bobby McFerrin (lyricist, composer) Bobby McFerrin; Pentatonix feat.
  2. Bobby McFerrin & Richie Cole, Lee Konitz, James Moody, Bud Shank - The Many Faces Of Bird ().
  3. Bobby McFerrin covered Blues Connotation, Glory, Autumn Leaves, Spain and other songs. Bobby McFerrin originally did Blues Connotation, Glory, Autumn Leaves, Spain and other songs. Bobby McFerrin wrote Don't Worry, Be Happy, Thinkin' About Your Body and opera.fivegallonbucket.netinfo: Mar 11,
  4. Bobby McFerrin, Richie Cole, Lee Konitz, James Moody, Bud Shank, Lou Levy, Monty Budwig, John Guerin - Many Faces of Bird - opera.fivegallonbucket.netinfo MusicPrice: $
  5. Scrapple from the Apple Willow weep for me Broadway Stairway to the Stars A Night In Tunisia Our Love Is Here To Stay Like Someone in Love. MUSICOS: Dexter Gordon (Saxo) Bud Powell (Piano) Pierre Michelot (Contrabajo) Kenny Clarke (Bateria).
  6. Dec 19,  · Download (Vocal Jazz, Acapella, Classical) Bobby McFerrin - Discography () kbps (feat. Jack Nicholson, Yo-Yo Ma, St. Paul Chamber orchestra, Chick Corea, Richie Cole, Lee Konitz, James Moody, Bud Shank) torrent or any other torrent from Mp3 category. Direct download via HTTP available as well.
  7. Richie Cole, Lee Konitz, Bobby McFerrin, James Moody & Bud Shank - The Many Faces Of Bird - The Music Of Charlie Parker ‎ (CD, Album, RE) NEC Avenue A32C
  8. Everybody's heard about The Bird, right? But one thinks first and foremost of Charlie Parker as a groundbreaking improviser when his name crops up in conversation, and perhaps less as the writer of many outstanding compositions (most of which grew out of improvisations on the scales of famous standards), which have become key pieces in a great number of jazz musicians' repertoire throughout.

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