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Black Forrest - Jimmy Forrest - Black Forrest (CD, Album)

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  1. Bill Evans: Some Other Time (The Lost Session from the Black Forest). 2xHD: 2XHDRE Buy download online. Bill Evans (piano), Eddie Gomez (double bass), Jack Dejohnette (drums).
  2. Forrest was part of Ellington's band when it performed this composition, which has a long tenor saxophone break in the middle. After leaving Ellington, Forrest recorded "Night Train" on United Records and had a major rhythm & blues hit. While "Night Train" employs the same riff as the earlier recordings, it is used in a much earthier R&B setting.
  3. Find all 46 songs in Forrest Gump Soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to trailer music, OST, original score, and the full list of popular songs in the film. tunefind.
  4. With one possible exception, the best tracks were on the first album, as would be expected. The exception would be "These Foolish Things", which is the kind of standard that Forrest excelled at, and is the equal of the tracks on "All the Gin is Gone." But everything on this album is well worth hearing/5(5).
  5. This CD, hitherto only available as a rare LP, and now seemingly out of print again, isa well-edited fragment of a concert from spring of , represents a short-lived group that was fortunatley documented fairly well, and shows off Taylor the composer/band-leader rather than the whirlwind pianist (though his accompaniement sounds like a continuous pan-tonal solo.)/5(4).
  6. Jimmy Forrest A: Remember B: Bolo Blues: Prestige USA: Aug 7" 0: Jimmy Forest A: Night Train B: Bolo Blues: United Artists USA: UA Oct 7" 0: Jimmy Forest A: Night Train B: Bolo Blues: United Artists Silver Spotlight Series USA: UA 7" 1: Jimmy Forrest A: Annie Laurie - Part 1 B: Annie Laurie - Part 2.
  7. Forrest Gump () SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more.
  8. Black Forrest, an album by jazz saxophonist Jimmy Forrest Black Forest (band), a melodic death metal band.
  9. Jimmy Forrest had a tremendous hit in with "Night Train," a simple blues riff he lifted from Duke Ellington's "Happy Go Lucky Local." Although the tenorman was not able to duplicate that song's appeal with any other recording, he was a popular performer in the R&B circuit throughout the s.

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