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The Many Facets of George Shearing

George Shearing

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1
Here, There And Everywhere
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
4:56
2
Moonlight in Vermont
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
3:27
3
Yours Is My Heart Alone
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
3:09
Higher and Higher  
4
It Never Entered My Mind
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
4:18
5
Things Ain't What They Used To Be
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
5:14
6
Mack the Knife
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
3:40
7
While We're Young
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
3:15
8
Pensativa
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
6:40
9
Falling in Love With You Again
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
4:05
10
Put Your Little Foot Right Out
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
6:36
11
Misty
George Shearing; Andrew Simpkins
4:45
Total Playing Time    50:05
This 1976 session finds pianist George Shearing at a crossroads in his career, transitioning from his classic quintet to working with smaller duos or trios. He is accompanied here only by bassist Andrew Simpkins, an alumnus of The Three Sounds. The material focuses mainly on pop hits, from the Beatles to Mack the Knife.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM - MPS Records Studio Masters

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