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Youre Simply Delish - Keith Ingham & Marty Grosz And Their Hot Cosmopolites* - Going Hollywood (CD, Album)

Posted on 16.01.2020 by Gugami
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8 Responses to Youre Simply Delish - Keith Ingham & Marty Grosz And Their Hot Cosmopolites* - Going Hollywood (CD, Album)

  1. Akinorn says:
    Pianist Keith Ingham and guitarist Marty Grosz put together a small group of great musicians for songs with an old-time jazz flavor. Especially notable is Scott Robinson's bari and bass sax, and (on "I Like To Do Things For You") his contrabass sarrusophone. Vince 5/5(1).
  2. Sazahn says:
    Marty Grosz,The Hot Winds - Topic Playlists; About; Home Trending History Get YouTube Premium Get YouTube TV Best of YouTube Music Sports Gaming.
  3. Faeshicage says:
    Marty is an employee at the Country Market grocery store in West Covina, California. Surpringly he is also a graduate of a prestigious university. Rebecca Bunch met him a few times once when she was shopping at his store and again when they were both at the local nightclub Spider's. Greg Serrano once tried to help him woo a female co-worker named Ally. His rival for his fellow employee's.
  4. Gardazilkree says:
    Marty Grosz and His Hot Combination songs Guitarist and occasional Waller-ish vocalist Marty Grosz is joined here by a variety of small group backing, including Randy Reinhart - cornet, Jon-Erik Kellso - trumpet, Scott Robinson - C melody sax, clarinet, mezzaphone, bass sax, Dan Block - clarinet.
  5. Tegis says:
    They include Peter Ecklund on trumpet, Dan Barrett on trombone, Bobby Gordon on clarinet, Loren Schoenberg on tenor sax, Keith Ingham on piano, Murray Wall on bass, Hal Smith on drums and Marty on guitar. Peter Ecklund's hot trumpet is a real standout although it is the arrangements that really make this recording exceptional/5(3).
  6. Vor says:
    Grosz has also been involved in projects involving Kenny Davern, Dick Sudhalter and Keith Ingham. In Grosz became a charter member of The Classic Jazz Quartet, along with Dick Wellstood, Joe Muranyi, and Dick Sudhalter. Besides playing and singing with the group, Marty .
  7. Zulubei says:
    Martin Oliver Grosz, 28 February , Berlin, Germany. Resident in the USA since the age of three, Grosz began playing banjo and guitar in and around New York while still attending university. His musical inclinations were towards dixieland jazz, which he played with artists such as Dick Wellstood.
  8. Daijind says:
    Find album credit information for Marty Grosz and His Hot Combination - Marty Grosz on AllMusic.

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