Songs in album John Pizzarelli - One Night With You (The John Pizzarelli Collection) (1996). 1. It Could Happen To You.
Bossa Nova is a 2004 Brazilian jazz album by jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli, who is typically known for his swing guitar skills. While not Brazilian, he has always enjoyed the music and therefore wanted to record this album. Some of the selections are penned by Tom Jobim, such as the classic tune "The Girl From Ipanema". One Note Samba" (Jobim) – 4:42. Fascinatin' Rhythm" (Gershwin, Gershwin) – 3:53. The Girl From Ipanema" (DeMoraes, Gimbel, Jobim) – 4:55. Your Smiling Face" (Taylor) – 2:57.
George Shearing Quintet & John Pizzarelli. The Best of Chet Baker Sings. The World of Nat King Cole. Come Fly With Me (Remastered).
See all artists' picks on our Music You Should Hear page. It's a very mellow song with words so eloquent and the music so pleasing to the ears. com for recommending this CD and many thanks to Mr. Pizzarelli for including this lovely song in your repertoire.
Pizzarelli’s latest album for Concord is a follow-up to his wildly successful Midnight McCartney, an album The New Yorker said may be the best collection of McCartney covers ever recorded. Since its release in 2015, Pizzarelli has toured North America, South America, Asia and Europe performing shows centered on Frank Sinatra’s centennial, the songs of Johnny Mercer and a McCartney program in which his quartet is joined by strings and a horn section.
One Night With You: The John Pizzarelli Collection Contents.
With pianist Ray Kennedy and bassist Martin Pizzarelli (and on two songs joined by vocalist Grover Kemble), singer and guitarist John Pizzarelli runs through a generally lightweight but thoroughly charming set of standards, homages, funny stories, and the occasional original tune; the fast tunes are light and frothy, the ballads smooth and gentle, and even the moments that are less than utterly inspired.
John Pizzarelli - John Pizzarelli meets The Beatles (1998) Japanese Reissue 2007. On John Pizzarelli Meets the Beatles, a sharply conceived tribute which sets the duo's classics in a jazz trio with big-band arrangements, the singer/guitarist hits the mark more often when he's taking on the Lennon persona.