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  1. Oct 14,  · These are rare recordings of a young George Shearing still in England containing solo, trio and small ensemble set ups plus some big band settings. The lucky factor in these compilations are that Stephane Grappelli got stuck in the UK during World War 2 and ended up making lots of recordings with George and other UK musicians which are /5(2).
  2. The Moon Was Yellow (And The Night Was Young) See more tracks * Items below may differ depending on the release. No Vinyl+CDR Listed For Sale: george shearing.
  3. With its progressive-leaning jazz and modernist blues vocals, In the Night was the prototype for the piano-vocals collaboration record that George Shearing would remake with Peggy Lee, Nat King Cole, and Nancy Wilson while at Capitol (and many others afterwards). In July , just after Dakota Staton's immense success with "The Late, Late Show," Capitol recorded two of its biggest jazz stars.
  4. This item is a CD with Autograph featuring George Shearing titled: George Shearing - The Shearing Sound - Telarc Records - CD(Stereo - ) George Shearing personally Autographed the front of the 8 Page Paper Cover on the front side of the jewel case/5(16).
  5. The Complete Capitol Live Recordings of George Shearing (# ) (A) Shearing (p), Emil Richards (vbs), Toots Thielemans (g, harmonica -2), Al McKibbon (b), Percy Brice (d), Armando Peraza -1 (congas). Recorded live at Clairmont College, Clairmont CA, March 8, September In The Rain On The Street Where You Live Roses Of Picardy Little Niles.
  6. Mar 10,  · TheVRP Archives - Original Vinyl Pressing - - "Shearing on Stage! - Capitol Records Newly Restored and Processed for Maximum Musical Integrity.
  7. Explore releases from George Shearing at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from George Shearing at the Discogs Marketplace.
  8. George Shearing (13 August – February 14, ) was a well-known jazz pianist and inventor of the famous "Shearing Sound": a form of smooth cocktail jazz characterised by block chords played on the piano along with similar chords played on the vibraphone. Shearing was born in the Battersea area of London, United Kingdom. Congenitally blind, he was the youngest of nine children.

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