Artist: The Ramsey Lewis Trio. Album: More Sounds of Christmas, The Christmas Songs, Vol. 7. Release year: 1966. The Ramsey Lewis Trio - What Are You Doing New Year's Eve Sound of Christmas: Rarity Music Pop, Vol. 201, 2011 03:28. Ramsey Lewis Trio, The Ramsey Lewis Trio, Джордж Гершвин - But Not for Me Jazz Box, 2014 05:15. Artist: The Ramsey Lewis Trio.
A1 Snowbound 3:37 A2 The Twelve Days Of Christmas 2:43 A3 Egg Nog 3:28 A4 Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer 2:30 A5 Jingle Bells 2:33 B1 Plum Puddin 2:58 B2 Snowfall 2:08 B3 We Three Kings 4:01 B4 White Christmas 4:22 B5 Little Drummer. Recorded At – Universal Recording Studio Manufactured By – Chess Producing Corp. Mastered At – Columbia Recording Studios, Chicago. It’s a cute little set of music that is a sequel to a better-known album of holiday tunes recorded a few years earlier by the Ramsey Lewis Trio. Unlike that entry, this one has never been reissued on CD to my knowledge. What’s cool about it is not only manages to genuinely swing on the tired old chestnuts, it also gifts us with a few original tunes by Lewis (Egg Nog) and Eldee Young (Plum Puddin’). Ramsey plays the celeste on a portion of The Twelve Days of Christmas.
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. Ramsey Lewis Trio - Sleigh Ride (Argo Records 1961). Ramsey Lewis Trio - The Christmas Song (Merry Christmas To You) Argo Records 1961. The Ramsey lewis Trio Egg Nog. Extract Chords. Ramsey Lewis Trio (1964) More Sounds Of Christmas-A5-Jingle Bells.
Album: Egg Nog, Jingle Bells. The Ramsey Lewis Trio - Egg Nog, Jingle Bells MP3 version. 1389 downloads at 32 mb/s. The Ramsey Lewis Trio - Egg Nog, Jingle Bells FLAC version. 2149 downloads at 31 mb/s. Download The Ramsey Lewis Trio - Egg Nog Jingle Bells FREE. Adapted By – Eldee YoungWritten-By – J. Pierpont.
Ramsey Lewis, drummer Isaac "Redd" Holt and bassist Eldee Young formed the Ramsey Lewis Trio. They started as primarily a jazz unit but after their hit, "The In Crowd", in 1965 (the single reached fifth place on the pop charts, and the album second place) the trio concentrated more and more on pop material. Young and Holt left in 1966 to form the Young-Holt Trio and were replaced by Cleveland Eaton and Maurice White. White was replaced by Maurice Jennings in 1970. In the late 1970s an additional keyboard player was frequently added to the lineup.
Jingle Bells" is one of the most recorded songs of all time. Many notable artists have recorded the song, including: Cliff Adams Singers – on the album Sing Something Simple at Christmas. Yolanda Adams – on the album What a Wonderful Time (2007). Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass – on Christmas Album (1968). Ames Brothers – on the album There'll Always Be a Christmas (1957). Jon Anderson – on the album 3 Ships (1985). Tuck Andress – on the album Hymns, Carols and Songs About Snow (1991).
The Ramsey Lewis Trio consisted of piano, bass and drums. This Christmas album was released in 1961. The first side of the album featured just the trio, while the second side featured the trio plus a string section. The material consists of jazzy versions of well known Christmas songs, plus two very good originals ("Christmas Blues" and "The Sound of Christmas"). It's a very enjoyable album that even jazz haters will like.