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Steve White - Jazz Mad: The Unpredictable Steve White Album

Steve White - Jazz Mad: The Unpredictable Steve White Album

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Performer: Steve White
Title: Jazz Mad: The Unpredictable Steve White
Country: US
Released: 1955
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.1
Catalog #: LJH 6006
Label: Liberty

Tracklist

1April Showers
Written By – Silvers-DeSylvaWritten-By – DeSylva, Silvers
4:12
2Musin'1:52
3Stopped - You See3:05
4Liberty In White2:36
5What Makes Me Blue Today4:20
6I Only Have Eyes For You
Written By – Warren-DubinWritten-By – Dubin, Warren
2:30
7Rushin' The Blues2:21
8Beside A Sea1:24
9Mister Thing2:21
10Lazy Lady Blues
Written By – Moore-FeatherWritten-By – Feather, Moore
2:36
11Don't Worry 'Bout Me
Written By – Blom-KoehlerWritten-By – Blom, Koehler
3:46
12Paper Moon
Written By – Arlen-Rose-HarburgWritten-By – Rose, Harburg, Arlen
2:45


Credits

  • Bass, ProducerHarry Babasin
  • CoverEd Graves
  • DrumsBoone Stines
  • EngineerJohn Neal
  • PianoBob Harrington
  • Tenor Saxophone, VocalsSteve White
  • Written-ByHarrington (tracks: A2, A3, A5, A6), White (tracks: A1 to A3, A5 to A7, B2)


Album

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