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Artie Butler - Have You Met Miss Jones? album mp3

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Artie Butler - Have You Met Miss Jones? album mp3
  • Performer:
    Artie Butler
  • Title:
    Have You Met Miss Jones?
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  • Date of release:
    1968
  • Size FLAC version
    1979 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1292 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1651 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.3
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    782
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Employing an arsenal of now-vintage keyboards including the Ondioline, Butler creates a series of idiosyncratic yet gingerly funky arrangements that percolate with narcotic energy.

Max's Brazilian What. Have You Met Miss Jones. Johnson, Kai Winding, trombone; Herbie Hancock, piano, electric piano, harpsichord; Eric Gale, guitar; Ron Carter, bass; Grady Tate, drums; Kai Winding, arranger, conductor . organ; Tom Cogbill, Mike Leech, Reggie Young, guitar; Gene Chrisman, drums; Tamiko Jones, vocals; Teacho Wiltshire, strings arranger Solomon Burke, rhythm arranger Artie Butler, arranger Sam Phillips Recording Studio, Nashville, TN, June 4, 1968.

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The one ballad, Have You Met Miss Jones? was sung by Hodges, the Miss Jones of the title, and Marshall was introduced simply as one way of getting the President’s cabinet to become sympathetic to the young lovers’ plight. Its verse is a dream: graceful, sad, sweet, and romantic

Free download and listen Have You Met Miss Jones. Tracks count: 8. Views: 2. Chuck Zeuren - One For . Chuck Zeuren - Have You Met Miss Jones 05:50. Chuck Zeuren - Blues Ball 03:50.

In the musical the song is performed by characters Peggy Jones and Phil Barker A version of "Have You Met Miss Jones" was recorded by Frank Sinatra on his Sinatra Swings album. It was also covered by Scatman John. Ella Fitzgerald included this song in her Verve Records album Ella Fitzgerald Sings the Rodgers and Hart Songbook (1957). Joe Pass recorded his version of the song on his 1973 album Virtuoso The song's bridg.

Credits

Artie Butler - Primary Artist