***** brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr ab, dab, dab ....<br>Sehr eigenwillig und interessant diese Version des Gershwin-Klassikers.<br><br>Chipfrog: ach so lautet der Text, danke! :-))<br> <br> Dernière édition: 01.12.2008 19:44
****** "Summertime" is één van de meest geliefde Popcorn oldies, word nog steeds gedraaid en met veel overtuiging op gedanst.<br>--<br>Billy Stewart<br><br>Singer and pianist Billy Stewart was born on March 24, 1937 in Washington, D.C. Known for his distinctive, soulful style, he started singing at an early age with his familys Stewart Gospel singers. He sang with the Rainbows, a group that also included Don Covay and Marvin Gaye. Bo Diddley discovered Stewart and recruited him to play piano in his band. Chess Records released the Fat Boys solo debut, Billys Blues, in 1956.<br><br>OKeh Records released Billys Heartaches in 1957. That song, as well as Baby, You are my Only Love, was recorded with the local Marquees, which featured a very young Marvin Gaye. Stewart returned to Chess in the early 1960s, where he recorded his first hit, Reap What You Sow, which reached #18 on the R&B charts.<br><br>In 1965, his I Do Love You and Sitting in the Park hit both the R&B and Pop charts. Stewart had a Top 10 hit in 1966 with his radical interpretation, incorporating scat vocals, of Gershwin and Heywards Summertime, recorded at Chess with session musicians Pete Cosey on guitar, Louis Satterfield on bass, Sonny Thompson on piano and Maurice White on drums. The recording was Stewarts first crossover Top Ten hit on both the Pop and R&B charts. In January, 1970, while on tour, Stewart and three of his band members were killed when his car plunged into a river in North Carolina.<br><br>Info from: http://www.fridayinathens.com/100711billystewart.html
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