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Star Eyes - Charlie Parker - In Chronology - 1950 (File, MP3)

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  1. In , Charlie Parker was committed to Camarillo State Mental Hospital, after a series of incidents related to his heroin addiction and heavy drinking. Coming out of the hospital, Parker was initially clean and healthy, and proceeded to do some of the best playing and recording of his career.
  2. Charles Christopher "Bird" Parker, Jr (29th August – 12th March ) was a U.S. bebop saxophonist and composer. Early in his career Parker was dubbed Yardbird; this was later shortened to "Bird" (or sometimes "Yard") and remained Parker's nickname for the rest of his life, and inspiration for the titles of his works such as "Ornithology and Yardbird suite".
  3. Star Eyes Lyrics: Star eyes / That to me is what your eyes are / Soft as stars in April skies are / Tell me some day you'll fulfill / Their promise of a thrill / Star eyes / Flashing eyes in which.
  4. Check out Star Eyes by Charlie Parker on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on inegskinenwesbe.sinjuburaralyphetolasubteli.infoinfo
  5. This is an interesting, slightly uneven compilation. Much of it is drawn from Charlie Parker's dates with string sections that sold so well in the early 's. Some of these arrangements may sounda bit corny, Mitch Miller style stuff, but some of them are very beautiful, among these "I'll Remember April" and "Dancing in the Dark."4/5(2).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the kbps File release of In Chronology - on Discogs. Label: Complete Jazz Series - none • Series: Charlie Parker In Chronology • Format: 22x, File MP3, Compilation kbps • Genre: Jazz •.
  7. "Star Eyes" is a song from the film I Dood It, written by Gene de Paul and Don Raye. It was performed in the film by Helen O'Connell and Bob Eberly accompanied by Jimmy Dorsey's orchestra.. Charlie Parker recorded "Star Eyes" in for Verve inegskinenwesbe.sinjuburaralyphetolasubteli.infoinfo to Parker's influence, the song has become a popular vehicle for jazz musicians and is considered a jazz standard.

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