Eddie Thompson (31 May 1925 – 6 November 1986) was a British jazz pianist. Thompson was born in London. After studying at the same school for the blind as George Shearing, he recorded with Victor Feldman in the late 1940s. In the 1950s he worked with Tony Crombie, Vic Ash, Freddy Randall and Tommy Whittle and was house pianist at Ronnie Scott’s from 1959-1960.
There Is No Greater Love Songtext. There is no greater love Than what I feel for you No greater love, No heart so true. There is no greater thrill Than what you bring to me No sweeter song Than what you sing to me. You're the sweetest thing I have ever known And to think that You are mine alone. There is no greater love In all the world, it's true No greater love Than what I feel for you. You're the sweetest thing I have ever known, And to think that You are mine alone.
No Greater Love is a live album of performed by t Joe McPhee recorded in 1999 and first released on the CIMP label. The album was recorded at the same sessions that produced In the Spirit.
3. Three Cuban Heels. 6. Watch for the Light. 7. Eddie Blows the Blues. 8. After the Ball is Over.
I Wish I Were In Love Again. Tea For Two. 8:470:30. More by Eddie Thompson.
The Unforgettable 1982 Concert. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.