Commentary - Sheila Jordan + Cameron Brown - Celebration (CD, Album)

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  1. Jul 15,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Sheila Jordan, Cameron Brown - Blue Skies / All Blues / Freddie Freeloader (Recorded Live at The Tri YouTube "Comes Love" Sheila Jordan - Paul Marinaro - .
  2. Buy CD. Lineup. Meet the Collective. and made history with her classic debut Portrait of Sheila, Blue Note’s first album by a vocalist. Jordan is joined by bass master Cameron Brown, a relationship that dates back to the mids. After appearing on dozens of albums as a sideman with the likes of George Adams and Don.
  3. See a detailed Sheila Jordan timeline, with an inside look at her albums, marriages & more through the years.
  4. This was Sheila Jordan's second album, released when she was years-old. Obviously, she must have been a mom in the not-too-recent past relative to , as the first 5 songs (side 1 on the original l.p.) are dedicated to children. The whole album is inspired. Sheila Jordan has one of the most interesting singing voices in all non-classical.
  5. Dec 31,  · Brown played in the house rhythm section at St. James Infirmary, a club managed by Rudd’s wife, where Jordan, along with Chet Baker, Zoot Sims and others, would come to sit in. She hired him for her regular Thursday gig at Sunny’s Place on Long Island and he played for her second album, Confirmation ().
  6. Artist: Cameron Brown / Sheila Jordan Title: Celebration: Live at the Triad Year Of Release: August 16, Label: NightNote Genre: Jazz, Jazz Vocal, Standards Quality: Flac lossless Total Time: Total Size: MB WebSite: Album Preview.
  7. Jan 18,  · Legendary jazz singer Sheila Jordan, 90, makes rare Bay Area stop with gigs Jan. 20 and 21 in San Francisco and Santa Cruz.
  8. Better Than Anything, featuring Sheila Jordan (vocals), Harvie S (bass) and Alan Broadbent (piano), was captured live at Kimball's East in Oakland in April of by San Francisco radio personality, Bud Spangler - himself a well-known jazz musician who revived .
  9. Sheila Jordan reaches 90 this year and is one of a very few artists around today who worked with Charlie Parker and the greats of bebop. The essence of jazz cool, in her long-established duo with bassist Cameron Brown.

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