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9 thoughts on “ Gil Fuller - Sweets For My Sweet (Vinyl)

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  2. Sweets For My Sweets Musica Jazz buy. Similar. Duke Ellington piano Dizzy Gillespie trumpet Count Basie piano Vinyl, Blu-Ray DVDS, Prime membership, Alexa, SONOS and more. Tell us why you would like to improve the Gil Fuller musician page.
  3. Dizzy Gillespie, trumpet (tracks ) ; James Moody, alto & tenor saxes, flute (tracks ) ; Monterey Jazz Festival Orchestra, Gil Fuller, arranger, conductor. Event notes: Recorded June , (tracks ) at Pacific Jazz Studios, Los Angeles, and December 14, , (tracks ) at Western Recorders, Los Angeles.
  4. Gil Fuller [Walter Gilbert Fuller] (born April 14, , Los Angeles, CA; died March 26, , San Diego, CA; aged 73), arranger, composer.
  5. Sweets for My Sweet by The Searchers was written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman and was first released by The Drifters [US] in The Searchers released it on the single Sweets for My Sweet in It was covered by Preluders, Hans Edler, Johnny Lion with The Jumping Jewels, Don & The Goodtimes and other artists.
  6. Sweets for the Sweet Taste of Love (Vee-Jay, ) When Lights are Low (Liberty, ) With Gil Fuller. Gil Fuller & the Monterey Jazz Festival Orchestra featuring Dizzy Gillespie (Pacific Jazz, ) With Dizzy Gillespie. Jazz Recital (Norgran, ) With Jimmy Giuffre.
  7. Fuller's arrangements highlight different instruments: Motown-ish piano riffs on "Seesaw," a hip organ on "Sweets for My Sweet." The best of the set is "Latin Lady." Its dramatic intro spills into a sexy strut of a thing, with Moody back on flute/5(8).
  8. Vinyl and CD Discography; 7 Releases 4 Albums 2 Singles & EPs 1 Compilations 16 Gil Fuller: Sweets For My Sweet (Single) 3 versions: Pacific Jazz: US: Sell This Version: 3 versions.
  9. The album contains a small amount of soul-jazz or boogaloo numbers (“Be’s That Way,” “Sweets For My Sweet,”) that seem to have been selected for no reason other than to make a seemingly obligatory acknowledgement of the direction jazz had begun to take in the commercial arena, circa

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