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8 thoughts on “ Cocktails For Two - Art Tatum - Decca Presents Art Tatum (CD)

  1. Collectors of recordings by piano great Art Tatum are frustrated by the many haphazard, poorly documented, and often incomplete collections of his work; this four-CD set by the English label Definitive attempts to collect all of his known recordings for Decca, but there are a few surprising twists. Tatum recorded many of his piano solos with several different takes, so as many as 23 alternate.
  2. Art Tatum Complete Original American Decca Recordings -4 Cds Set Definitive Records. Personnel: Art Tatum (p) Cocktail for two After you've gone Stardust I'll wind The shoout Strange as it seems* CD 3: 1. Tea for two 2. Deep purple 3. Elegie 4. Humoresque 5. Sweet Lorraine 6. Get happy 7. Lullaby of the leaves.
  3. Art Tatum - Tea for Two [New CD] $ $ Free shipping. Art Tatum - The Complete Jazz Chronicle - Art Tatum CD X9VG The Fast Free. $ Decca Presents Art Tatum CD VG from our uncle's collection. Condition is Very Good. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Please see photos for condition, content, and production info. Seller Rating: % positive.
  4. Art Tatum Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Complete Pablo Solo Masterpieces by Art Tatum () Art Tatum. out of 5 stars Audio CD. Cocktails For Two After You've Gone Stardust Iii Wind Shout Strange As It Seems* Bonus Track*5/5(2).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Decca Presents Art Tatum on Discogs. Label: MCA Records - MCA • Series: Decca Jazz - MCA • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Jazz •5/5(2).
  6. Art Tatum: Cocktails For Two: Arthur Johnston, Sam Coslow: Rate: 8: Art Tatum: Emaline: Mitchell Parish, Frank Perkins: Rate: Notes 4 record box set comprising marked sides 1 & 2 marked sides 3 & 4 and also as the album Art Tatum-Piano Solos Decca DL .
  7. The first CD in Chronological Classics' series on Art Tatum, this disc includes the earliest extant recordings of Tatum. Tatum arrived in New York as an accompanist to Adelaide Hall, a pedestrian singer now largely forgotten, but the event is chronicled here in their four recordings together.5/5(1).

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