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7 thoughts on “ Mood Indigo - Vince Jones & Grace Knight - Come In Spinner (CD, Album) ”

  1. out of 5 stars Vince and Grace Reviewed in the United States on April 22, The music on this album is classic jazz standards and were show cased in a television series here in Australia some years ago called Come In Spinner. Both artists on this album Vince Jones and Grace Knight are superb/5(2).
  2. Duke Ellington's gift for orchestration was intimately connected to his discerning sense of the gifts and abilities of the individual performers in his quiletamachicanquonilesheatsbabest.xyzinfo is often said that he didn't simply write a line with the trombone in mind, for instance, but with his trombonist in mind. Often, this relationship resulted in collaborative compositions, which include a number of his most famous tunes.
  3. Come In Spinner, an Album by Vince Jones / Grace Knight. Released in on ABC Music (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Jazz.
  4. Jul 25,  · Grace Knight appears courtesy of CBS Vince Jones appears courtesy of EMI Soundtrack from the Mini-Series 'Come In Spinner' available on album, cassette and CD ( , -4, -2). From the novel by Dymphna Cusack & Florence James. Series written by Nick Enright & Lissa Benyon. Starring: Lisa Harrow, Kerry Armstrong and Rebecca Gibney/5(6).
  5. Find release reviews and credits for Come in Spinner - Vince Jones, Grace Knight on AllMusic - Find release reviews and credits for Come in Spinner - Vince Jones, Grace Knight on AllMusic - Mood Indigo. Albany Bigard / Duke Ellington / Irving Mills. Lover Come Back to Me. Sigmund Romberg. Vince Jones / Grace Knight.
  6. In "Mood Indigo" Ellington voices the trombone right at the top of the instrument's register, and the clarinet at the very lowest. This was unheard of at the time, and also created (in the studio) a so-called "mike-tone"—an effect generated by the overtones of the clarinet and trombone (which was tightly muted as .
  7. Colin John Loughnan was born on 26 October , in Sydney, and became a professional musician, arranger, and teacher of quiletamachicanquonilesheatsbabest.xyzinfo parents, Con and Merle lived in Ellen St., Randwick, an inner south–east suburb of quiletamachicanquonilesheatsbabest.xyzinfo were a musical family, and enjoyed the Jazz and popular artists of the day. By coincidence, Frank Coughlan, a Sydney bandleader and trombonist, lived next door.

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