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Moonlight In Vermont - Gerry Mulligan Quartet - Volume 2 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Moonlight in Vermont (Live) by Gerry Mulligan - CD () for $ from philfemilvanevelimasgoodeshalin.xyzinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Price: $
  2. The very first guitarist I got from the collection was, you guessed it, "Moonlight in Vermont" by Johnny Smith. It didn't have all these cuts on it, because LPs couldn't hold that much music, so a Vol.2 /5(65).
  3. The Gerry Mulligan Quartet was not only a groundbreaking pianoless group, featuring baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan and trumpeter Chet Baker with a bassist and drummer, but the band also helped to launch Dick Bock's Pacific Jazz label. The 19 tracks on this reissue collect the first five studio sessions of the group for the label plus four live tracks recorded at the Haig, a tiny West.
  4. May 23,  · Volume 1 1. I May Be Wrong 2. Five Brothers 3. Gold Rush 4. Lullaby Of The Leaves 5. Makin Whoopee 6. Laura 7. Soft Shoes 8. The Nearness Of You Volume 2 1. Limelight 2. Come Out Wherever You Are 3. Love Me Or Leave Me 4. Bernies Tune 5. Walkin Shoes 6. Moonlight In Vermont 7. The Lady Is A Tramp 8. Bark For Barksdale.
  5. / - Gerry Mulligan/Paul Desmond - Paul Desmond Quintet/Gerry Mulligan Quartet [] Originally issued on red vinyl in monaural only. Stereo version () issued in Combined reissue of and , with one artist on each side.
  6. History. If you have ever been to a wedding in Vermont you undoubtedly have heard Moonlight in Vermont. An American pop song published in with a difficult melody and tricky lyrics written in haiku form, “Moonlight in Vermont” has been covered by many artists, including Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Mel Torme, Sarah Vaughan, Gerry Mulligan, Buddy Greco, and Betty Carter.
  7. On 24 December the musical melodrama Moonlight in Vermont was released in the US, it was a Universal production directed by Edward Lilley and starring Gloria Jean, Ray Malone and George Dolenz. The song, still unknown, was thought to be included in the score but finally it wasn’t.

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