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Rita Reys - Swing & Sweet Album

Rita Reys - Swing & Sweet Album

Performer: Rita Reys
Title: Swing & Sweet
Released: 1990
Cat#: 7954432
Country: Netherlands
Label: Blue Note
Size MP3 version: 2606 mb
Size FLAC version: 2975 mb
Size WMA version: 2342 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 646
Genre: Jazz

Rita Reys - Swing & Sweet Album


Tracklist

1So Many Stars
2Just Friends
3The Way You Look Tonight
4Just In Time
5 I Thought About You
6My Romance
7Do I Love You
8Lover Man
9Just One Of Those Things
10Cheek To Cheek
11Skylark
12That's All
13I'm Old Fashioned

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 077779544325
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

Album

Listen free to Rita Reys Swing & Sweet I thought about you, That's All and more. 13 tracks 57:42. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Swing And Sweet is a vocal jazz music album recording by RITA REYS released in 1990 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. Do I Love You. Rita Reys, vocals - Pim Jacobs, piano - Ruud Jacobs, bass - Wim Overgaauw, guitar - Bernard Berkhout, clarinet - Peter Ypma, drums - Frits Landsbergen, vibes. About this release. Blue Note International. Thanks to kazuhiro for the addition. Rita Reys. Album starts at 125BPM, ends at BPM -125, with tempos within the 124-125BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing. Personnel: Rita Reys - vocal The Dutch Swing College Band - Peter Schilperoort - clarinet and piano on track 9 Ray Kaart - trumpet Dick Kaart - trombone Arie Lighart - guitar, banjo Bob van Oven - bass Lu Ssanet - drums. Songs in album Jazz Sir, That's Our Baby 1963. Rita Reys Swing College Band - Yes Sir, That's My Baby. Rita Reys Swing College Band - Solitude. Rita Reys Swing College Band - Lazy River. Rita Reys Swing College Band - Moonglow. Swing & Sweet Album Cover Art. Rita . Swing & Sweet. NL1990. Blue Note. Release group information. Artist: Rita Reys. Type: Album. Rita Reys born Maria Everdina Reijs 21 December 1924 28 July 2013 was a jazz singer from the Netherlands. At the 1960 French jazz festival of Juan-les-Pins, she received the title, Europe's first lady of jazz. Reys was born in Rotterdam in 1924 into an artistic family. Her father was a violin player and conductor, her mother a dancer. At home, she heard hardly any jazz as her parents preferred light classical music, so Reys grew up hearing Tchaikovsky and Chopin. As a teenager, she nonetheless. Поп 1975