- Repassez-moi l'standard... "My One And Only Love" music Guy Wood & lyrics Robert Mellin (1952)
- My One And Only Love
Repassez-moi l'standard... "My One And Only Love" music Guy Wood & lyrics Robert Mellin (1952)
Frank Sinatra - My One And Only Loveand with les misérables who am i
The A section is very busy melodically with lots going on and very few sustained notes or rests. The slash chords in the A section look quite intimidating but in fact they are quite straight forward once you understand what is being implied. Slash chords are used to imply that a specific bass note must be played. Moving onto the B section, the tune is a lot calmer with much more space which offers a nice contrast to the melodically busy A section. The Kenny Barron voicing is an minor 11th chord voicing built from 5th intervals. The voicing is names after acclaimed jazz pianist Kenny Barron.
After subscribing, you will receive the code in your email. This code is only valid for 10 days! Most of all, he sparkles with refreshment. More than half an exciting century later the legendary French pianist and composer, who excelled with works for soundtracks, orchestras, big bands and his own groups, as well as in the meantime duo settings with jazz masters from Lee Konitz to Dave Liebman, once again proved why the Duke loved him madly. Then I bought in a grand piano Kawai, and asked the piano maker to adjust it with a heavy touch response, to be perfectly at ease on all kind of pianos I am invited to play. I always have the music in my head, but it only comes out on the right instrument. He was wondering which song even the kids attending the concert that evening would recognize, some tune so well known that he could weave it into his improvisations to get their attention.
The very thought of you makes My heart sing Like an April breeze On the wings of spring And you appear in all your splendor My one and only love. The shadows fall And spread their mystic charms In the hush of night While you're in my arms I feel your lips so warm and tender My one and only love. The touch of your hand is like heaven A heaven that I've never known The blush on your cheek Whenever I speak Tells me that you are my own. You fill my eager heart with Such desire Every kiss you give Sets my soul on fire I give myself in sweet surrender My one and only love. The blush on your cheek Whenever I speak Tells me that you are my own You fill my eager heart with Such desire Every kiss you give Sets my soul on fire I give myself in sweet surrender My one and only love. Quiero recibir notificaciones de artistas destacados y noticias.
Available on: Kisses On The Bottom. With music written by Guy Wood and lyrics by Robert Mellin, it was published in Frank Sinatra recorded it on 2 May A number of other versions followed. Doris Day and Andre Previn recorded it for the album Duet, and the following year it appeared on John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman's eponymous masterpiece.
There were English songs he loved and recorded over and over, even though the public never quite warmed up to them, like Carroll Coates' "London By Night". But his voice was tired after a world tour, and the charts - by the great English, er, Canadian arranger Robert Farnon with whom I had a slight acquaintanceship and for whom I have a great admiration - are often very good but don't seem particularly to connect with Frank in any way. The choice of songs is also a little strange: he can't get into the stiff-upper-lipped stoicism of "We'll Meet Again" at all. On the other hand, "A Garden In The Rain" is lovely, and both Farnon and Sinatra do excellent work on "We'll Gather Lilacs", a song that in the right circumstances can make me a little teary. So here's an indisputably great Sinatra record of an indisputably great and kinda English song. Once upon a time - , to be precise - a chap called Robert Mellin was born in Surrey.
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