57 Tracks - 30 Songs Never Before on CD. Including 17 previously unreleased tracks. An outstanding new collection including 22 tracks from the last sessions with Django Reinhardt. Considered the father of modern jazz violinists, Stéphane Grappelli 1908 - 1997 was a French violinist who had a long, prolific career spanning into his late 80's, and founded one of the first all-string jazz groups, the Quintette du Hot Club de France. Throughout his career, Grappelli played on hundreds of recordings, including sessions with Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Claude Bolling, Jean-Luc Ponty, Paul Simon, Yo-Yo Ma and Pink Floyd. Grappelli continued performing concerts around the world well into his 80s. On his 85th birthday, he was asked if he was considering retirement. Grappelli replied, "Retirement! There isn't a word that is more painful to my ears. Music keeps me going. It has given me everything. It's my fountain of youth."
57 Tracks - 30 Songs Never Before on CD. Including 17 previously unreleased tracks. An outstanding new collection including 22 tracks from the last sessions with Django Reinhardt. Considered the father of modern jazz violinists, Stéphane Grappelli 1908 - 1997 was a French violinist who had a long, prolific career spanning into his late 80's, and founded one of the first all-string jazz groups, the Quintette du Hot Club de France. Throughout his career, Grappelli played on hundreds of recordings, including sessions with Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Claude Bolling, Jean-Luc Ponty, Paul Simon, Yo-Yo Ma and Pink Floyd. Grappelli continued performing concerts around the world well into his 80s. On his 85th birthday, he was asked if he was considering retirement. Grappelli replied, "Retirement! There isn't a word that is more painful to my ears. Music keeps me going. It has given me everything. It's my fountain of youth."
708535799429

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Format: CD
Label: SBVD
Rel. Date: 03/19/2021
UPC: 708535799429

From Paris With Love
Artist: Stephane Grappelli
Format: CD
New: in stock $33.99
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DISC: 1

1. My Blue Heaven
2. Begin the Beguine
3. Lover Man
4. Nature Boy
5. La Mer
6. Blue Lou
7. I Saw Stars
8. I Got Rhythm
9. Menilmontant 1
10. Swing 39 1
11. I Cant Give You Anything But Love 1
12. What a Difference a Day Makes 1
13. Over the Rainbow 1
14. Blue Skies 1
15. Manoir de Mes Reves 1
16. It's Only a Papermoon 1
17. After Youve Gone 1
18. My Melancholy Baby 1
19. Copin-Clopant 2
20. Just a Gigolo 2
21. Improvisation Sur Landante de la Symphonie No. 6 (Pathètique) 2
22. Pennies from Heaven 2
23. You Took Advantage of Me 2
24. I Cant Recognize the Tune 2
25. Manior de Mes Reves 2
26. Cant Help Lovin That Man 2
27. A Girl in Calico 2
28. The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise 2
29. The Folks Who Live on the Hill 3
30. Looking at You 3
31. This Cant Be Love 3
32. Alemberts 3
33. I Cant Give You Anything But Love 3
34. After Youve Gone 3
35. El Manisero 3
36. Restless Girl 3
37. Ol Man River 3
38. Aint Misbehavin 3
39. It Dont Mean a Thing If It Aint Got That Swing 4
40. Blue Moon 4
41. Honeysuckle Rose 4
42. Chanson Des Rues 4
43. I Cant Give You Anything But Love 4
44. I Cant Believe That You Are in Love with Me 4
45. Just One of Those Things 4
46. Nuages / Daphane 4
47. Someone to Watch Over Me / I Got Rhythm 4
48. Fascinatin Rhythm 4
49. Sweet Georgia Brown 5
50. Tiger Rad 5
51. Pick Yourself Up 5
52. Chattanooga Choo Choo 5
53. Swonderful 5
54. As Time Goes By 5
55. Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans 5
56. How High the Moon

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57 Tracks - 30 Songs Never Before on CD. Including 17 previously unreleased tracks. An outstanding new collection including 22 tracks from the last sessions with Django Reinhardt. Considered the father of modern jazz violinists, Stéphane Grappelli 1908 - 1997 was a French violinist who had a long, prolific career spanning into his late 80's, and founded one of the first all-string jazz groups, the Quintette du Hot Club de France. Throughout his career, Grappelli played on hundreds of recordings, including sessions with Duke Ellington, Oscar Peterson, Claude Bolling, Jean-Luc Ponty, Paul Simon, Yo-Yo Ma and Pink Floyd. Grappelli continued performing concerts around the world well into his 80s. On his 85th birthday, he was asked if he was considering retirement. Grappelli replied, "Retirement! There isn't a word that is more painful to my ears. Music keeps me going. It has given me everything. It's my fountain of youth."