Category: Jazz

  1. Muzil Reply
    Things ain't what they used to be Things ain't what they used to be Verse 1: [Master P] I remember back in the days it wasn't like that Everybody knew everybody, now days it ain't like that.
  2. Vokasa Reply
    Jan 02,  · Ray Brown Trio - Things Ain't What They Used To Be (5/6) - YouTube. Ray Brown (bass) Gene Harris (piano) Jeff Hamilton (drums) James Morrison (trumpet,trombone,euphonium) LIVE in FRANCE, May
  3. Kagamuro Reply
    Hey do use a favour They changed our local Palais into a bowling alley and Things ain't what they used to be (chorus) There's Teds in drainpipe trousers and Debs in coffee houses and Things ain't what they used to be (chorus) There used to be Trams not very quick Gotcha from place to place But now there's just jams half a mile thick I'm walking They stuck parking meters outside our doors to.
  4. Kegor Reply
    Apr 01,  · Philip Glenister's Things Ain’t What They Used to Be is a hilarious and affectionate look at the good, the bad, and the ugly from three very different decades, that will have you laughing (and cringing) with recognition. If you're going on a nostalgia trip, you couldn’t ask for a better camensaobdomanthesbymildafesandxmeh.coinfos:
  5. Megar Reply
    Things Ain’t What They Used To Be was written by Mercer Ellington in Mercer, son of Duke Ellington, wrote this piece for his father’s orchestra due to an ASCAP strike that restricted Duke from airing his compositions. Mercer, not under ASCAP, was not restricted by the strike.
  6. JoJojora Reply
    Sep 01,  · Al Young has given us a wonderful look at the world of jazz in "Things Ain't What They Used To Be." He writes basically about jazz artists as real people & has a wonderful ear for music. Where he goes wrong, in my opinion, is that he pays too much attention to Ellington & Strayhorn. That is why I am giving him 4 stars instead of /5(2).
  7. Vudolabar Reply
    Sep 06,  · Oh, things ain't what they used to be No, no Where did all the blue sky go? Poison is the wind that blows From the north, east, south, and sea Oh, mercy mercy me Oh, things ain't what they used to be No, no Oil wasted on the oceans and upon our seas Fish full of mercury Oh, mercy mercy me Oh, things ain't what they used to be No, no.
  8. Kagagami Reply
    After this groundbreaking album Ella followed brilliantly with the updated classic Ella styled "Things Ain't What They Used To Be " which has a great mix of the current material at that time and some standards all done with wonderful big band arrangements by master arranger and conductor Gerald Wilson.4/5(14).
  9. Faugar Reply
    camensaobdomanthesbymildafesandxmeh.coinfo: The premier site for the history and analysis of the standards jazz musicians play the most.