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I Married An Angel (Take Two) - Dick Morrissey - Jazz For Moderns (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Rodgers & Hart's Broadway musical I Married an Angel, based on the Hungarian play Angyalt Vettem Feleségül by János Vaszary, was a fantasy about a count who, well, marries an angel -- a real angel, with wings and everything -- and the troubles that result.(For one thing, she insists on telling the absolute truth at all times, which causes lots of problems.).
  2. Nov 08,  · Dick Morrissey, who has died aged 60 from cancer, was one of Britain's brightest jazz stars and a man who had a key role in the early fusion between jazz and rock during the s.
  3. Buy Jazz For Moderns (Record Store Day ) at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Jazz For Moderns (Record Store Day ).
  4. Talent as Dick Morrissey. By , aged twenty, he had recorded his début album It’s Morrissey, Man! for Fontana and he soon found. line-up of the later /67 Dick Morrissey Quartet. only do they plug a gap in the Morrissey discography – they are thought to have been recorded in early - .
  5. Sep 06,  · Dick Morrissey Quartet Storm Warning Mercury British Jazz original LP Thorens MK II - Duration: Sellrecordcollection 10, views.
  6. Aug 09,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group I Married An Angel · Nat Adderley The Most Relaxing Jazz Music In The Universe ℗ Savoy Records, a .
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  8. Dick Morrissey LP Jazz For Moderns. Classic British modern jazz albums are rare beasts, owing to all sorts of factors, many of which are nothing whatsoever to do with those performing on them. This new release, capturing the era in which London produced its own take on the jazz trends of the day, is a valuable addition to that select catalogue.

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