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9 thoughts on “ You Must Believe In Spring - Jack Wilkins - Mexico (CD, Album)

  1. You Must Believe In Spring Written-By – Alan & Marilyn Bergman, Jacques Louis*, Michel Legrand: 3: My Foolish Heart Written-By – Ned Washington, Victor Young: 4: Captain Blued Alto Saxophone – Phil Woods Guitar – Carl Barry Written-By – Jack Wilkins: 5: O Grande Amor Written-By – Antonio Carlos Jobim, V. Moraes* 4 /5.
  2. Jack Wilkins is an excellent guitarist deserving of wider recognition. This CTI release might get overlooked by hard bop fans because of producer Creed Taylor's tendency to either over-produce a session or turn it into commercial pabulum, but this out of print CD is worth acquiring. "Dailey Double," written by pianist Albert Dailey, is an up-tempo blues with a Latin kick.5/
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jack Wilkins - Mexico at Discogs. Complete your Jack Wilkins collection/5(5).
  4. Buy Mexico CD from Jack Wilkins for $ and pay no postage. Listen now for free. More than CDs, DVDs, Vinyls, Games, Technics, Equipment and Toys since at .
  5. The music is fine, typical Jack Wilkins, so if you have newly discovered his music you will not be disappointed in this early material. My problem with the CD is that pretty much everywhere you read about it the descriptions say that it is essentially a “twofer”, you know two albums reissued on one CD/5(3).
  6. Jack Wilkins is an excellent guitarist deserving of wider recognition. This CTI release might get overlooked by hard bop fans because of producer Creed Taylor's tendency to either over-produce a session or turn it into commercial pabulum, but this out of print CD is worth acquiring/5(3).
  7. You Must Believe In Spring (Michel Legrand/Alan Bergman/Marilyn Bergman) () My Foolish Heart (Ned Washington/Victor Young) () Captain Blued (Jack Wilkins) () O Grande Amor (Antonio Carlos Jobim/Vinicius Moraes) () 7th Variation On A Catalan Folk Song, Opus 25 (John Duarte) () Mexico (Harvie Swartz) (6.
  8. Sep 10,  · You Must Believe in Spring, recorded in , was the first album published after the death of Bill Evans, in Themes like absence, loss, death (so clos.
  9. You Must Believe in Spring is the seventieth studio album by American jazz pianist Bill Evans, recorded by Evans, bassist Eddie Gómez, and drummer Eliot Zigmund in August , and released after Evans' death in September

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