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Performer: Don Shirley
Title: Don Shirley
Style: Mainstream Jazz,Cool,Standards
Released: 1958
Size MP3 version: 1222 mb
Size FLAC version: 1193 mb
Size WMA version: 1466 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 589
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Genre: Jazz

Don Shirley - Don Shirley mp3 download


Don Shirley - Greatest Hits 1 (FULL ALBUM - OST TRACKLIST GREEN BOOK) 00:00 Georgia On My Mind 07:45 Dancing On The Ceiling 12:38 Water Boy 17:26 Just For . .

Pianist, composer, and arranger Don Shirley was born in Pensacola, Florida, on January 29, 1927.

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Donald Walbridge Shirley (January 29, 1927 – April 6, 2013) was an American classical and jazz pianist and composer. He recorded many albums for Cadence during the 1950s and 1960s, experimenting with jazz with a classical influence. He wrote organ symphonies, piano concerti, a cello concerto, three string quartets, a one-act opera, works for organ, piano and violin, a symphonic tone poem based on the novel Finnegans Wake by James Joyce, and a set of "Variations" on the legend of Orpheus in the Underworld.

Don Shirley: American classical and jazz pianist and composer. Lonesome Road, I'll Drown In My Tears, Secret Love и другие песни.

Don Shirley and Tony Lip. Although some narrative liberties were taken with the Green Book script – including the decision to condense Shirley's year-plus tour into two months – the central story of the protagonists' professional and personal relationship is largely accurate  . Shirley resurfaced with the occasional performance in the early 2000s. With help from a devoted student, he put together a new album, Home with Donald Shirley, on his Walbridge Music label in 2001.

Jazz pianist Don Shirley, as shown in Nick Vallelonga's film 'Green Book', traveled the south during the Jim Crow-era with a white driver. Everything in writer Nick Vallelonga’s upcoming film Green Book, he insists, is true. The film follows pianist Don Shirley and he travels through the Deep South in the era of Jim Crow and forms a friendship with his driver, white, Italian-American bouncer, Tony Lip. Vallelonga perhaps has some credibility in his claim as Tony Lip, after all, was his father. Vallelonga allegedly made the film with the personal blessings of both Lip and Shirley themselves

Don Shirley (born January 29, 1927) is an American-Jamaican jazz pianist and composer.

Only Doc Shirley and Tony Lip were, and you can listen as they corroborate every shred of what is seen in the film. The audio of Doc Shirley was recorded by Josef Astor for his terrific docu Lost Bohemia, when Shirley and other artists were being put out of their apartments above Carnegie Hall. Astor is now at work on a full-blown feature docu on Shirley, titled Let It Shine: Donald Shirley in His Own Words, the culmination of a relationship in which Astor began filming Shirley in 2002 through to his death in 2013. Don Calling Bobby’s Secretary.

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Don Shirley - Primary Artist