8 thoughts on “ Summertime - Sil Austin - Sil Austin Plays Pretty For The People (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Dozshura says:
    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Sil Austin - Sil Austin Plays Pretty For The People at Discogs. Complete your Sil Austin collection/5(32).
  2. Faegore says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sil Austin Plays Pretty For The People on Discogs. Label: Mercury - SR • Format: Vinyl LP, Repress, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Pop •/5(15).
  3. Muzahn says:
    Sil Austin Plays Pretty For The People This is a reissue on Polygram of an LP which was originally released on Mercury (MG) in Recorded in one session in New York City in February , this album of sentimental ballads with orchestral and vocal chorus accompaniment represented a change of sound for R&B tenor sax man Sil Austin.
  4. Mugis says:
    I began playing the tenor saxophone as a teenager in the 's and purchased this record after hearing other recordings by Sil Austin which were straight-ahead Rock & Roll and R&B works. It is one of the most beautiful examples of ballad playing on the tenor saxophone and 5/5(6).
  5. Vugar says:
    Sil Austin ‎– Sil Austin Plays Pretty For The People Genre: Jazz, Pop Style: Year: Tracklist Danny Boy Sweet Slumber Summertime I'll Walk.
  6. Telar says:
    Music career. Austin was born in Dunnellon, Florida, United States, and taught himself to play as a won the Ted Mack Amateur Hour in St. Petersburg, Florida in , playing "Danny Boy".His performance brought him a recording contract with Mercury Records, and he moved to New York, where he studied for a time at the Juilliard School of Music.
  7. Kazrajind says:
    (PolyGram) 10 tracks - Re-issue of the original 'Mercury' LP album - Originally sealed cut-out LP Sil Austin LP: Sil Austin Plays Pretty For The People (LP) - Bear Family Records Um Bear Family Records in vollem Umfang nutzen zu können, empfehlen .
  8. Zulkijas says:
    A big thank you to Oracle for kindly sending in this Sil Austin follow-up to his "Plays Pretty For The People" LP. Oracle used to run a very distinctive Lounge - Latin - Retro - Jazz - What the Heck blog called Portal of Groove which sadly seems to have disappeared from the blogosphere.

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