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Limehouse Blues

9 Thoughts to “ Limehouse Blues

  1. Jan 01,  · Limehouse Blues. Andre Previn and Joe Pass and Ray Brown. January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating. $ Start your day free trial of Unlimited to listen to this song plus tens of millions more songs. Exclusive Prime pricing. $ to 5/5(1).
  2. Limehouse Blues was written between and It was originally sung by Gertrude Lawrence, a star of British Stage and Noel Coward's leading lady. It was Jango Reinhardt, French/Gypsy Guitarist whose reading of the song set it on its path to become a Jazz Standard.
  3. Limehouse Blues: Jazz Ensemble Conductor Score: $ View: Share. Product Details. Description. Don't be fooled by the medium-tempo introthis chart morphs into a burnin' swing chart at + BPM. Solo space is provided for tenor but you can open this up easily. Fantastic lines, counterpoint, cascading sections, pyramid patterns, and just Category: Jazz Ensemble.
  4. The abiding memory of Limehouse Blues is of violence, unreality, and an exuberance of Americanism, which seems somewhat out of place in London's East suchedirevernascsuherchimesespke.coinfos: 4.
  5. Cab Calloway - Limehouse Blues Lyrics. (Philip Braham / Douglas Furber) And those weird China blues Never go away Sad, mad blues For all the while they seem to say Oh, Limehouse Lyrics.
  6. "Limehouse Blues" is a popular British song written by the London-based duo of Douglas Furber (lyrics) and Philip Braham (music).
  7. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Barney Kessel And Stéphane Grappelli - Limehouse Blues at Discogs. Complete your Barney Kessel And Stéphane Grappelli collection/5(34).
  8. Drawing its title from the jazz standard, "Limehouse Blues" is a fast-paced, moody mix of crime and infatuation in a seedy London district. Director Alexander Hall and cinematographer Harry Fischbeck maintain a consistent aura throughout, making this film as brief and surprisingly good as a potsticker.
  9. The abiding memory of Limehouse Blues is of violence, unreality, and an exuberance of Americanism, which seems somewhat out of place in London's East End. Full Review. TV Guide Staff TV Guide.

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