On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label CTI Records (catalog number CTS 4001). This album was released in 1973 year. UK. Format of the release is.
His second album, Deodato 2, reached number 19 on the Billboard album chart, while the single "Rhapsody in Blue" reached No. 41 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973. His interpretation of Pavane pour une infante défunte ("Pavane for a Dead Princess") by Maurice Ravel was used in the 1970s by an Australian television station as background music. His 1979 single "Night Cruiser", from the album of the same name, earned him a third Grammy nomination, for Best R&B Instrumental Performance. Deodato continued recording through the 1980s.
Eumir Deodato - Super Strut Super Strut Eumir Deodato. Rhapsody in Blue (8:50). Overview (current section). Live from Rio. 159 listeners. Also featured on. +4 other releases.
Cover in very nice vintage condition. With most vintage records you may hear some hiss and pop. This album did not exhibit any audible skips. Deodato 2 is a 1973 album of Brazilian keyboardist Eumir Deodato It features noted session guitarist John Tropea on 4 tracks and virtuoso bassist Stanley Clarke on one song, "Skyscrapers"
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Superstrut, Rhapsody In Blue from Deodato (1973) (7''). Eumir Deodato de Almeida - kurz Deodato - ist ein brasilianischer Pianist, Komponist und Produzent, der vor allem in den frühen 70ern durch die Großtat Richard Strauss' 'Also sprach Zarathustra' zu einem 9-minütigen Funk-Epos zu transferieren, zu Ruhm und Ehren kam - Grammy und Platz 2 der US Charts inklusive.
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Rhapsody in Blue is a 1924 musical composition by the American composer George Gershwin for solo piano and jazz band, which combines elements of classical music with jazz-influenced effects. The composition was commissioned by the bandleader Paul Whiteman. It was orchestrated by Ferde Grofé several times, including the original 1924 scoring, the 1926 "theater orchestra" setting, and the 1942 symphony orchestra scoring, though completed earlier