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You Taught My Heart To Sing - Dianne Reeves - I Remember (Cassette, Album)

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  1. When she wants to sing jazz, Dianne Reeves has always had the ability to reach the top of her field, but she has long seemed unable to make up her mind between jazz, R&B, world music, and pop. This Blue Note disc fortunately finds her mostly sticking to jazz and in consistently superb form. Reeves' treatments of such numbers as "Afro Blue" (which is particularly memorable), "Love for Sale 10/
  2. Album · · 9 Songs. Sign In Sign In I Remember Dianne Reeves Spoken Word · Preview SONG TIME Afro Blue. 1. PREVIEW The Nearness of You / Misty. 2. PREVIEW I Remember Sky PREVIEW Like a Lover. 6. PREVIEW How High the Moon. 7. PREVIEW You Taught My Heart to Sing. 8.
  3. We meet and it begins The sound of violins The song of birds high on the wing You taught my heart to sing Why does this heart of mine Feel like a valentine You smiled and suddenly it's spring You taught my heart to sing My heart was an empty shell Then you came along Now my heart's a carousel Filled with song The miracle of you Will last my.
  4. Tracks Afro Blue The Nearness Of You/Misty I Remember Sky Love For Sale Softly As In The Morning Sunrise Like A Lover How High The Moon You Taught My Heart To Sing For All We Know When she wants to sing jazz, Dianne Reeves has always had theAuthor: Dianne Reeves.
  5. The band includes top players, as Eddie Henderson, Steve Turre, Jerry González, and on one track each, Ronnie Cuber, Slide Hampton and Dianne Reeves (on the only vocal of the album, "You Taught My Heart to Sing"). Tyner wrote liner notes to introduce each tune and each musician, a rare gesture.
  6. Oct 27,  · All distinguished elements which characterize her singing appears here. You taught my heart to sing. You’re all I’ll keep remembering. The miracle of you will last my whole life through. The album ends with impressive alto solo by Greg Osby. I remember Dianne Reeves whole life through/5(25).
  7. I remember I like the last two songs, You Taught My Heart To Sing and For All We Know, which Dianne sings restfully. All distinguished elements which characterize her singing appears here. You taught my heart to sing. You’re all I’ll keep remembering. The miracle of you will last my .
  8. You Taught My Heart To Sing Bass – Charnett Moffett Drums – Marvin Smitty Smith* Piano – Mulgrew Miller Written-By – M. Tyner*, S. Cahn* 9: For All We Know Bass – Charnett Moffett Drums – Marvin Smitty Smith* Piano – Mulgrew Miller Written-By – Coots*, Lewis*

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