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Strollin - Emily Remler - Retrospective Volume One: ;Standards; (CD)

8 thoughts on “ Strollin - Emily Remler - Retrospective Volume One: ;Standards; (CD)

  1. Samurr
    Retrospective, Vol. 1 is probably the superior of the two volumes, as it includes, among other gems, an enticing unaccompanied rendition of "Afro Blue." Remler had the ability to be expressively warm with a romantic ballad, as on "In a Sentimental Mood," but she excelled on tunes that allowed her to bring out her hard bop credentials, especially in the company of similarly tough-minded rhythm .
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  2. Ducage
    Retrospective Volume One Standards Remler. out of 5 stars Audio CD. CDN$ The first track, Strollin', is one to be played over and over again. Such a pity she died so young. This is one of the best jazz guitar albums around and compares well with her final album, "East to Wes" (in honour of Wes Montgomery). Voulu avoir en CD Reviews:
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  3. Brajind
    Emily Remler ‎– Retrospective Volume One: Standards "This is the first of two CDs issued by Concord Jazz compiling some of the best tracks from Emily Remler's sessions for that label.
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  4. Gardalkis
    Get this from a library! Retrospective. Volume one: standards.. [Emily Remler; Larry Coryell; John D'earth; Hank Jones; James Williams; Eddie Gomez; Bob Maize; Don Thompson; Buster Williams; Terry Clarke; Jake Hanna; Bob Moses; Marvin Smith].
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  5. Branos
    Emily Remler. Genre: Jazz Meta style: Jazz Instrument kbps. $ Buy. Retrospective Vol. 2 "Compositions" Year: Tracks: 10 Bitrate: kbps. $ Buy. Retrospective Vol. 1 "Standards" Year: Tracks: 10 Bitrate: kbps. $ Buy. This Is Me. 1 Year: Tracks: 11 Bitrate: kbps. $0 Burn CD Burn your music and.
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  6. Kigasar
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Retrospective Volume One: "Standards" on Discogs/5(2).
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  7. Kazir
    Jul 01,  · Hearing Emily Remler play on any album is always a great listening experience however this is a compilation of tunes from other albums. I didn't check the track listing before I purchased the CD and as a musician myself (basically older school Jazz) I was hoping that the tunes would actually be Jazz "Standards" (Just Friends, I Remember You, Cherokee, All of /5(26).
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