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  1. Feb 24,  · Warning! This is not an album for jazz purists. But it is the album that took Miss Washington from a relatively unknown blues singer and catapulted her to fame in America, becoming her first long player to make the Billboard charts (No and 22 weeks on the chart). The orchestral settings by Belford Hendicks are by no means ground breaking, yet there’s no keeping a great voice .
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Live at Birdland - Dinah Washington on AllMusic - - Dinah Washington's career can easily be divided 7/
  3. This fairly arbitrary album features a track by Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers with Buddy Rich from April 23, , seven tracks by Dinah Washington & Her Trio circa , and three tracks by the Dizzy Gillespie 6 from May 6, , all recorded live at Birdland in New York City. The result is pleasant but hardly revelatory or essential.
  4. Jan 16,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Dinah Washington - Live at Birdland YouTube Relaxing Warm JAZZ - Fireplace & Smooth JAZZ Music For Stress Relief - Chill Out Music Relax Music 5, watching Live now.
  5. Dinah Washington. Dinah Washington, born Ruth Lee Jones (August 29, – December 14, ), was an American Pianist, Blues, R&B, Gospel, Pop and Jazz singer. She has been cited as "the most popular black female recording artist of the '50s", and called "The Queen of the Blues".
  6. The video Sarah Vaughan Live from Monterey was taped in or with her trio and guest soloists. Sass and Brass was taped in in New Orleans with guests Dizzy Gillespie and Maynard Ferguson. Sarah Vaughan: The Divine One was part of the American Masters series on PBS.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live At Birdland on Discogs. Label: Baldwin - BJH • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Dinah Washington And Her Trio - Live At Birdland (, CD) | Discogs.
  8. Dinah' s "All Of Me" swings along easily in her own style - so very different from the mass of routinely sung bar-room performances. Her version of "Clifford", a ballad for Clifford Brown, a musical compatriot who died young, is probably one of the most expressive obituaries in the whole world of jazz literature.

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