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Octave Remastered Series

Octave Remastered Series by Erroll Garner buy album

Erroll Garner

Label: Mack Avenue Records
Released: 2019
Views: 636

Track Listing

Dreamstreet: Just One Of Those Things; I'm Getting Sentimental Over You; Blue Lou; Come Rain Or Come Shine; The Lady Is A Tramp; When You're Smiling; Sweet Lorraine; Dreamstreet; Mambo Gotham; Oklahoma! Medley; By Chance; Close Up In Swing: You Do Something To Me; My Silent Love; All Of Me; No More Shadows; St. Louis Blues; Some Of These Days; I'm In The Mood For Love; El Papa Grande; The Best Things In Life Are Free; Back In Your Own Backyard; Octave 103. One World Concert: The Way You Look Tonight; Happiness Is A Thing Called Joe; Sweet And Lovely; Mack The Knife; Other Voices; Lover Come Back To Me; Misty; Movin' Blues; Dancing Tambourine; Thanks For The Memory. A New Kind Of Love: You Brought A New KInd Of Love To Me; Louise; Fashion Interlude; Steve's Song; Paris Mist (Bossa Nova version); Mimi; Theme From A New Kind Of Love; In The Park In Paree; Paris Mist (Waltz and Swing Version); The Tease; Paris Mist (Trio Version).

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Errol Garner: piano; Eddie Calhoun: bass; Kelly Martin: drums. Additional musicians: Barney Kessel: guitar; orchestra.


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