Paul Weston & His Orchestra - How About Me, Jo Stafford - No Other Love, Ella Fitzgerald - Cheek To Cheek, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Paul Weston & His Orchestra – Autumn Leaves. Paul Weston & His Orchestra – Rain. Liberace, Paul Weston and His Orchestra – Warsaw Concerto. Ella Fitzgerald feat.
Album · 2008 · 14 Songs. Love (My Everything). Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Johnny Mathis & Gil Evans and His Orchestra. Johnny Mercer, Jo Stafford, Paul Weston and His Orchestra & The Pied Pipers. Vic Damone & Camarata and His Orchestra. 10. Let's Fall In Love. 11. Something's Gotta Give. Sammy Davis, Jr. & Sy Oliver and His Orchestra. 12. Too Close for Comfort. 13. Love Me or Leave Me. 14. That Old Black Magic. & Morty Stevens and his Orchestra.
Jerome Kern, Paul Weston, Paul Weston And His Orchestra - Who (From The Show 'Sunny') 01:33. Frank Loesser, Paul Weston, Paul Weston And His Orchestra - My Darling, My Darling (From 'Where's Charley?') 02:41. Leo Robin, Paul Weston, Frederick Hollander, Paul Weston And His Orchestra - Whispers In The Dark 03:01. All songs from The Golden Age of Light Music: Three Great American Light Orchestras. Moonlight Becomes You, 2008. Джордж Гершвин, Paul Weston And His Orchestra, Paul Weston And His Music From Hollywood - But Not For Me 03:17
Artist: Romantic Strings. Album: 20 Favourite Love Songs, 2013. A soundtrack to the 1956 film of the same name as performed by Nat King Cole starring Joan Crawford. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
Autumn in New York by The Modern Jazz Quartet (1956). Autumn in New York by Ahmad Jamal Trio (1958).
Listen to Autumn Leaves from Richard Hayman and His Orchestra's The Golden Age of Light Music: Light Music for All Seasons for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Richard Hayman has here mustered his phenomenally versatile talents as a musician, arranger and conductor to capture the mood of voodoo in songs whose very titles can strike awe in the listener: Conjuration, Spell of Deatra, Incantation, Zombi, Midnight Ritual, Gris-Gris. Here is a musical adventure that transports you into the deepest interior of Haiti.
All of his best songs have that economy indigenous to the best art: the maximum development of the minimum of material. The more knowledge gained, the more additions required, the more flexibility, versatility, refinement, the simpler the shape. Complexity leads paradoxically to simplicity. And this hard-won simplicity is, I think, the keynote of Jerome Kern's style.