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The Girl From Ipanema - Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars - Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Mazuru says:
    Apr 14,  · “The Girl from Ipanema” is a song based on the admiration of a beautiful lady who is indeed from Ipanema, a coastal town located in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro. Her characteristics are described as being “tall”, “tan”, “young and lovely”. And when she passes by, people (particularly men) cannot help but to admire her.
  2. Tygolmaran says:
    Trumpeter who made his way to NY after he worked for several weeks in liasincabawinnutheatreegenessfatek.coinfo He studied at Juliard and covered the 3rd trumpet on Billy Eckstine's band which inspired him to go to Juliard. he sought out Charlie Parker and began to play Bebop in Harlem with bebop stars.
  3. Vudojas says:
    Astrud Gilberto, Milton Banana (drums), Tommy Williams (upright bass), Charlie Byrd, Bill Reichenbach (percussion), Buddy Deppenschmidt (drums), Keter Betts (double bass), Gene Byrd (guitar), Gene Byrd (double bass), Antonio Carlos Jobim (piano), Dave Bailey (drums), Don Payne (double bass), Stan.
  4. Vijinn says:
    Sep 28,  · Girl from Ipanema ages gracefully: Still tall, tan, lovely at 63 Now 63, Rio muse of bossa nova hit is still tall, tan, lovely. Dominick A. Merle, Special to The Chronicle.
  5. Nilkis says:
    Louis Armstrong Swing That Music records, LPs and CDs.
  6. Kiganris says:
    Aug 08,  · More than half a century after her bikini-clad body inspired a song about the Brazilian beach where she was a regular, the original "Girl From Ipanema" continues to stir curiosity.
  7. Sajind says:
    Big Fat Ma and Skinny Pa/ Sweet Little Papa () Big Fat Ma and Skinny Pa, Sweet Little Papa Big Butter and Egg Man From the West/ Sunset Cafe Stomp () Big Butter and Egg Man from the West, Sunset Cafe Stomp.
  8. Shakaran says:
    Louis Armstrong and His All Stars May 17, Town Hall, New York City. An important concert that established the Armstrong band for the rest of his life. Promoter Ernie Anderson recorded the concert but a number of the acetates were not of optimal quality and only six of the songs were initially released.
  9. Dorr says:
    “The Girl from Ipanema” is a Brazilian bossa nova jazz song that was written in by Jobim and Moraes. The first recording came in by Pery Ribeiro, but it only became a worldwide hit in with a version recorded by Astrud Gilberto and Stan Getz, and in .

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