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9 thoughts on “ I Want To Be Happy - Various - The Jazz Scene (CD) ”

  1. Mikaramar says:
    Happy Hour Jazz delivers just what the title promises: some of the breeziest moments in jazz, including Laurindo Almeida & the Modern Jazz Quartet's "One Note Samba," Sonny Stitt's "Yardbird Suite," and Dave Pike's "Sunny." Eddie Harris' "The Shadow of Your Smile," Ray Charles' "Doodlin'," and Junior Mance's "That Mellow Feeling" are some of the other standouts .
  2. Kigazragore says:
    May 16,  · RIMDS is lisenced with BMI and ASCAP therefore has paid for the use of music used in all videos. Rhythms In Motion Petite Dance Team performs "I Just Want to Be Happy" at Ticket to Broadway.
  3. Maumi says:
    Jan 25,  · I Want to Be Happy by Vincent Lopez & His Orchestra from the album Greatest Hits of the Roaring Twenties Released on AudioSonic Music Download on iTunes: spaccowsesgtagdihisforidelididi.coinfo
  4. Todal says:
    "I Want to Be Happy" is a song with music by Vincent Youmans and lyrics by The song is used several times throughout the musical as a running theme representing the attempts of various people to please others. It is first sung by the character Jimmy to his ward Nanette. The Alan Baylock Jazz Orchestra released a recording of the song on.
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  8. Bracage says:
    Aug 04,  · The album’s main version is almost eight minutes long, so Neal suggested we scale it back a bit for a ‘radio edit,’ and so that second version, ( long), ends the album.”.
  9. Shakar says:
    HOWEVER, if a jazz jockey want his show to be taken seriously, he'll need to take precautions with a random collections like the pictured one: some of the tracks are simply "marginal" for a jazz show, and others are nothing short of toxic! Jazz fans will either take them as a "joke" or take them as evidence of the announcer's bad taste/5().

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