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Tim Whitmer And The Kansas City Express - Humourous Intentions album mp3

Tim Whitmer  And The Kansas City Express - Humourous Intentions album mp3

Performer: Tim Whitmer
Title: Humourous Intentions
Released: 1992
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 484
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Count Basie and the Kansas City 7 is an album by American jazz bandleader and pianist Count Basie featuring small group performances recorded in 1962 for the Impulse! label. Oh, Lady Be Good!" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) – 4:40.

Kansas City, Missouri offers visitors a choice of unique museums, gardens, restaurants, free attractions, and nightlife. Top things to do in Kansas City include the The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, relaxing surrounded by nature in the Kauffman Memorial Garden, and eating great BBQ. On a sunny morning, families can stroll through the farmers market which is one of the best in the Midwest, offering a great variety of local produce and gifts. The museum was designed by prominent Kansas City architects Wight and Wight in the classical Beaux-Arts architectural style and opened in 1933; the Bloch Building was added in 2007. The museum’s collections include European and American paintings, Asian art, Native American art, photography, Kansas City sculpture, and works by such great artists as Caravaggio, Pissarro, and De Kooning.

Whether it is at one of Kansas City's hot nightspots with the award winning Tim Whitmer and the KC Express, at your convention with Tim Whitmer as Master of Ceremonies, at a corporate event or wedding party with a distinctive Tim Whitmer flair, Tim Whitmer Productions unparalleled professionalism will make your event more entertaining than you can imagine. In addition, Tim is one of the area's most sought after church musicians. A common myth about Kansas City jazz is that the tradition ended in 1940 with the fall of the Pendergast political machine. That obituary was a bit premature, as pianist Tim Whitmer and friends aptly illustrate with "Humorous Intentions" - Kansas City jazz lives! Charming audiences nightly in Kansas City's best jazz venues,Whitmer carries on/expands the tradition of Kansas City jazz with his inventive treatment of standards and fanciful original compositions.

American Artists 1975. Main genre: Soul, Funk, Disco.

Relaxation Hanging Out Summer Sunday Afternoon. Count Basie & the Kansas City Seven, Count Basie. Count Basie, Count Basie & the Kansas City Seven. 7. Tally-Ho, Mr. Basie! Count Basie. 8. What'Cha Talkin'? Thad Jones. blue highlight denotes track pick.

The Kansas City Southern Railway Company (reporting mark KCSR), is an American class I railroad owned by Kansas City Southern (KCS). Founded in 1887, it operates in 10 midwestern and southeastern . states: Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas.

The Kansas City Zoo was founded over a century ago in 1909 and continues to attract large crowds to this day. The zoo is set in an area of over 200 acres and is best known for its Kenya and Tiger Trail exhibits. The zoo has recently added koala bears to its already impressive roster. The Union Station building formerly served Kansas City and the surrounding are before closing in 1985. The building is still put to good use however and is full of attractions that are worthy of making it onto your Kansas City itinerary. Current attractions include the Escape Room which pits members of the public together in an attempt to escape from a room by solving a series of puzzles. There is also a Da Vinci Exhibition and events throughout the year including the Kansas City Makers Fair.

Tracklist

1 Let The Good Times Roll 6:50
2 Humourous Intentions 4:59
3 Kansas City 4:30
4 Kansas City Shout 5:45
5 Little Suede Shoes 8:30
6 Shining Stockings 4:30
7 Poem For George 2:47
8 Route 66 5:45
9 Struttin' With Some Bar-B-Que 5:00
10 There Will Never Be Another You 6:01
11 Summertime 6:25
12 Down For The Count 4:40
13 Mercy, Mercy, Mercy 8:00

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Percussion – Jim Mair
  • Baritone Saxophone – Carl Bender
  • Bass – Oscar "Lucky" Wesley
  • Congas, Bongos, Percussion – Chico Battaglia
  • Drums – Tommy Ruskin
  • Piano, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Tim Whitmer
  • Trumpet – Carmell Jones (tracks: 6), Orestes Tucker (tracks: 4), Pat Morrissey
  • Vocals – L.C. "Speedy" Huggins (tracks: 3), Rusty Tucker* (tracks: 1,8)
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