The Just Jazz All Stars / Erroll Garner - "C" Jam Blues / Just You Just Me album
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Learn about and follow jazz musician Erroll Garner (Piano) at All About Jazz. Born in Pittsburgh in 1921 (Sy Johnson's biographical note in The Erroll Garner Songbook has June 15, 1923 as Garner's birthdate), Errol Garner started playing piano at the age of two (three according to Johnson). He never learned to read music, probably because it was never a necessity for him. He learned to play the 'novelty' styles of Zez Confrey and others from listening to 78 records, a style which used steady left hand chord rhythms to support very free right-hand melodic interpretations.
Erroll Garner - Just You, Just Me, Yesterdays (Selmer (F) Y 7225). Erroll Garner, piano; possibly John Simmons, bass; overdubbed in at a later date, poss. Timme Rosenkrantz apartment, NYC, December 23, 1944. Just You, Just Me. 233-B-20-B. Erroll Garner - Love Is The Thing, Part 1 & 2 (Futurama 3006). Erroll Garner - The Greatest Garner (Atlantic LP 1227). Erroll Garner, piano; Leonard Gaskin, bass; Charlie Smith, drums.
Album: 50 Shades of Jazz, Vol. 58. Release year: 2013.
Features Song Lyrics for Erroll Garner's Jazz & Blues: Erroll Garner album. Erroll Garner - Jazz & Blues: Erroll Garner Album Lyrics.
Wonderful tunes from Count Basie, Erroll Garner, George Gershwin, Neal Hefti, Cole Porter, Hoagy Carmichael, Kurt Weill and others. Can be played as solos, duets or trios. Titles: As Time Goes By Jumpin' at the Woodside Li'l Darlin' Mack the Knife Misty 'Round Midnight 'S Wonderful Skylark Sweet Georgia Brown. Most of all, the Level One book can be completed in just one year, which encourages students to want to learn more. Lessons are carefully sequenced, and include in-depth rhythm study, consistent reinforcement of topics newly presented, theory exercises, and points on individual instrument needs.
|A||–Just Jazz All Stars||"C" Jam Blues|
|B||–Erroll Garner||Just You Just Me|
NotesFrom the Gene Norman's "Just Jazz"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 1105
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 1002