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Cyrille Aimée & Diego Figueiredo "Just the two of Us"
c r e d i t s Vocals - Joytastic Sarah Beat - YungRhythm https://soundcloud.com/xrhythm Cover art - may n cloi https://www.grafolio.com/violetno s o c i a l m e d i a: Instagram: Joy.tastic https://www.instagram.com/joy.tastic/ Twitter: Joytastic_Sarah https://twitter.com/joytastic_sarah
Thank you all for listening! I created this track back in January of 2018 and am just now releasing it in November of 2018. We hope you enjoy listening! Duet was performed with Donna Molavi, an extremely talented artist. Produced, mixed and mastered by: Shayan Ravanassa
from CD "The Island" (Radio Katowice S.A., 2003) Beata Przybytek - vocal Dorota Zaziąbło - piano Marcin Żupański - flute Robert Szewczuga - bass Ryszard Balcer - drums
Written by Jimmy Van Heusen with lyrics by Johnny Burke Produced and Mixed by Bruno Major and Phairo Artwork by Robert Shuttleworth _________________________________________ Facebook: www.facebook.com/MrBrunoMajor Instagram: instagram.com/mrbrunomajor Twitter: twitter.com/mrbrunomajor Spotify: bit.ly/brunospotify _________________________________________
A demo of George Gershwin's 'Summertime', recorded live. Keep your ears peeled for more.
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/adelineum/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/adelineum/ Piano: Charles Vadala https://soundcloud.com/charlesvadalamusic Sound: Sam JC Lee https://soundcloud.com/samjclee
I recorded this on my phone back in May. I wasn’t planning on uploading it but it’s been almost a month since I put something on SoundCloud, so I figured I post this. I’m doing a version similar to Lisa Ono’s which in turn is similar to Astrud Gilberto’s version from 1965.
"Moody's Mood for Love" is a 1952 song by Eddie Jefferson, whose melody is derived from an improvised solo by jazz saxophonist James Moody on a 1949 recording of the 1935 song "I'm in the Mood for Love". It gained widespread popularity after being recorded by singer King Pleasure. It has since been covered by many artists. Moody himself adopted the song as his own, recording it with Jefferson on the 1956 album Moody's Mood for Love and often singing the song himself in concert. -wikipedia