Category: Jazz

Green Dolphin Street

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  1. Vutaxe says:
    Jun 01,  · Green Dolphin Street was written by a woman who originally worked as a handicrafts teacher, and seems to have had little or no love life. It was published in the s and the present edition has a warning at the beginning of it: that some readers might find the descriptions of British 19th Century colonialism distasteful or unelnisandownveratitiwafffedo.coinfo by: 2.
  2. Kelkree says:
    Named after a famous jazz song and occupying what was once a mechanic's garage (not that you could ever tell), Green Dolphin Street burst onto the Chicago jazz scene in Green Dolphin started .
  3. Malakazahn says:
    May 17,  · referencing Green Dolphin Street, CD, Album, Mono, RE, RM, VDJ Other than track 7 which features his usual band, this was recorded in '59 but not released until ' Featuring Paul Chambers and Philly Joe Jones, this is all really good, excellent playing throughout, very nice/5(63).
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  5. Kajilkree says:
    Beautiful chord changes. Bass notes provided to keep the harmonic flow with the melody.
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    On Green Dolphin Street Lyrics: Lover, one lovely day / Love came planning to stay / Green Dolphin Street supplied the setting / The setting for nights beyond forgetting / Through these moments.
  9. Tygojora says:
    Green Dolphin Street was an emotional roller coaster. I found it hard to write a review that doesn't give anything away, because it would be better for everyone to discover the unfolding petals of this book themselves. It’s like an opening rose; it was joy (and occasionally agony) to step across each petal until the center of the ending was /5.

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