Sorry Wrong Rhumba - George Shearing, The George Shearing Quintet - George Shearing Quintet (Vinyl)

Moon over Miami. Little White Lies. Walter Donaldson. Carnegie Horizons. Good to the Last Bop. In a Chinese Garden, Pt. Chuck Wayne. Bop, Look and Listen. Nothin' But Denzil Best. JazzTimes Newsletter. America's jazz resource, delivered to your inbox. Skip to content. George Shearing. JazzTimes Newsletter America's jazz resource, delivered to your inbox. Sign Up for Our Free Newsletter. But it was never cloying or "smooth" — always tasteful and musically substantial.

Within the commercial conventions of the s and early '60s he was an experimenter, embracing Latin dance rhythms, working with new instrumentalists including vibists Margie Hyams and Cal Tjader, harmonica player and guitarist Toots Thielemans, and conguero Mongo Santamaria.

He also forged enduring collaborations with musicians such as violinist Stephane Grappelli, bassist Brian Torff and singer Mel Torme. Torme spoke highly of Shearing. This is one of the loveliest exports ever to come from over the sea. And as always he leaned his blind head on his pale hand, all ears opened like the ears of an elephant, listening to the American sounds and mastering them for his own English summer s night use. Then they urged him to get up and play.

He did. He played inumerable choruses with amazing chords that mounted higher and higher till the sweat splashed all over the piano and everybody listened in awe and fright. They led him off the stand after an hour. He went back to his dark corner, old God Shearing, and the boys said, There ain t nothin left after that. Continental - studio, with Shearing Nothin' But D.

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Sir George Albert Shearing, OBE (13 August – 14 February ) was a British jazz pianist who for many years led a popular jazz group that recorded for Discovery Records, MGM Records and Capitol composer of over titles, including the jazz standards "Lullaby of Birdland" and "Conception", and had multiple albums on the Billboard charts during the s, s, s and.

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of George Shearing Quintet on Discogs.5/5(1).
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  5. The George Shearing Quintet ‎– The Complete Quintet Studio Sessions. Label: United Archives ‎– NUA
  6. George back in his jazz days, featuring his early, recordings with his Quintet! Includes September in the Rain; Cherokee; Sorry Wrong Rhumba; I'll Remember April; Jumpin' with Symphony Sid; the Continental; Life with Feather; Good to the Last Bop; Bop, Look and 5/5(1).
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  8. One of several George Shearing compilations bearing the title September in the Rain, this excellent offering from Giants of Jazz contains 22 marvelous tracks recorded between February 8 and December 12, by the George Shearing Quintet, a tightly knit little band featuring vibraphonist Marjorie Hyams, guitarist Chuck Wayne, bassist John Levy and drummer Denzil Best.

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