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8 thoughts on “ It Might As Well Be Spring - Django Reinhardt - Django / Django In Rome 1949-50

  1. May 08,  · Not only is the sound quality much better than "The Indispensible Django Reinhardt," but the additional songs included turn out to be many of Django's best recordings. Of the four disks, the first three consist mainly of Django playing in in Rome with his old partner on violin, Stephane Grappelli, and the last disk contains recordings in 5/5(3).
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Django/Django in Rome - Django Reinhardt on AllMusic - - In , BGO released Django/Django in Rome Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Django/Django in Rome - Django Reinhardt on AllMusic - - In , BGO.
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  4. Jan 30,  · Django returned to Rome in with changes. Grappelli is replaced by alto player Andr Ekyan and Django is playing an electric guitar. The Italian backing musicians are more than competent, but this is entirely Ekyan and Reinhardt's show - pianist Schcroun is not planning anything attention grabbing, and the rhythm section. supplies rhythm/5(9).
  5. Lyrics of IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING by Django Reinhardt: I'm as busy as a spider spinning daydreams, I'm as giddy as a baby on a swing, I haven't seen a.
  6. It Might As Well Be Spring Blue Lou I'll Never Be The Same Brazil What A Difference A Day Made Pigalle Body And Soul * Que Reste-Il De Nos Amours? * * Not released. February "This is Paris", Maurice Chevallier Radio Program, Paris Django Reinhardt (g solo) acc. by Paul Baron et son (french) Orchestre: personnel unknown.
  7. Django returned to Rome in with changes. Grappelli is replaced by alto player André Ekyan and Django is playing an electric guitar. The Italian backing musicians are more than competent, but this is entirely Ekyan and Reinhardt's show - pianist Schécroun is not planning anything attention grabbing, and the rhythm section supplies symphonic.samulrajasflamehuntersindragon.infoinfo: jsp.
  8. It would be great to have a box set like this of live recordings of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli, but as far as I know nothing like that exists. In any case, it's at least fortunate that so many remarkable studio recordings have been preserved and now remastered.

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