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I Wont Fret If I Dont Get The Blues Anymore - Ronnie Ross & Allan Ganley - The Jazz Makers (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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Download I Wont Fret If I Dont Get The Blues Anymore - Ronnie Ross & Allan Ganley - The Jazz Makers (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: Atlantic - 1333 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Cool Jazz


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  2. Tojakus says:
    "RONNNNIIIIEEEE!"With that epic battle cry, Mr. Big vocalist Eric Martin opens the floodgates on “Heavy Traffic,” the lead track on 10x10 (Rhino), the recently released final album from the late Bay Area–bred guitar giant Ronnie Montrose. It’s a fitting call to arms that immediately leads into a patented chunky power riff to signal that, yes, Montrose is in the house, he’s kicking.
  3. Gukinos says:
    Ronnie Ross was born Albert Ronald Ross on October 2, in Calcutta, India. He died on December 12, in London, England. If not for Gerry Mulligan, he would have been the most famous jazz baritone sax player in the world.
  4. Digar says:
    The following is excerpted from Ted Gioia, West Coast Jazz: Modern Jazz in California, , pp Another major addition to the Stan Kenton band was alto saxophonist Lennie Niehaus. Niehaus is perhaps best known today for his scores for movies and .
  5. Shakalkis says:
    Ronnie Ross Jazz. Share. Top Songs By Ronnie Ross. TRACK. ARTIST. Cleopatra's Needle. Cleopatra's Needle. I Won't Fret If I Don't Get The Blues Anymore. Ronnie Ross & Allan Ganley. Ronnie Ross & Allan Ganley. For A Change. For A Change. Ronnie Ross & Peter Trunk.
  6. Malarisar says:
    Ronnie Ross - Making Friends (Out Of Strangers) Ronnie Ross. views · May 1. Here is a live version of The Dark Island, just myself and the keyboard. My father, Stewart Ross, wrote these lyrics and I'm delighted to see this version of the song has had a bit of a revival recently, with both Daniel O'Donnell and Brandon MacPhee.
  7. Gardarg says:
    You can get in touch with me through the site and you can. purchase CD's & DVD's and find updates on the latest. recordings and projects I am working on. I will be delighted to hear from you so please get in touch. All the best, Ronnie Ross. Join me on Facebook by using this link.
  8. Kigazahn says:
    Ronnie Ross. This page is best viewed using Internet Explorer: optimise appearance with View - Zoom control. Ronnie Ross: Stepping Out: Keyboards: Maestro Records (CDTS ): .
  9. Mezirisar says:
    Press reviews "This package unites two albums from the day when exporting British jazz was a task of Sisyphean proportions. In an attempt to alert American listeners to the fact that jazz over in dear old Blighty wasnt all bowler hats and banjos, both the original albums (Ronnie Ross & Allan Ganley - The Jazz Makers, tracks , and The Jazz Five - The Hooter!, tracks ) were intended for.

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