- Performer:Charles Thomas
- Title:Legend of Charles Thomas
- Style:Jazz Instrument,Piano Jazz
- Date of release:February 10, 2003
- Recording date:December 13, 1992
- Size FLAC version1419 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1391 megabytes
- Size WMA version1106 megabytes
- Formats:MP2 AU AUD DMF APE VQF
Founder - Daham Pahana.
Album · 1991 · 13 Songs. John Charles Thomas: An American Classic. The Colors of a Dream. It Ain't Over 'Til God Says It's Over - EP.
Charles Thomas influenced a number of important hard bop pianists who lived in Memphis, including James Williams, Donald Brown, and Mulgrew Miller, but he made relatively few recordings (most of them very late in his career) prior to his death in 2000. This studio session from 1992, titled Legend of Charles Thomas, wasn't released until 2003, so jazz fans who have marveled at the sound of younger Memphis pianists can finally have a chance to appreciate their influential mentor.
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album: Turning Point.
Charles Thomas & Ray Drummond. The Way You Look Tonight.
Free download and listen The Legend of Charles Thomas. Alan Dawson, Charles Thomas, Ray Drummond. Tracks count: 13. Views: 13. Charles Thomas, Ray Drummond - Spring can really Hang you Up the most 06:12. Charles Thomas, Ray Drummond - Theme For Ernie 07:50. Charles Thomas, Ray Drummond - Paul's Pal 05:44.
Charles Spalding Thomas (December 6, 1849 – June 24, 1934) was a United States Senator from Colorado. Born in Darien, Georgia he attended private schools in Georgia and Connecticut, and served briefly in the Confederate Army. Thomas graduated from the law department of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 1871, and was admitted to the bar the same year. He moved to Colorado and began to practice in Denver, where he was a city attorney in 1875 and 1876.
CreditsHarold Adamson - Composer
Jim Anderson - Engineer
Xavier Brunetière - Pre-Mastering
Miles Davis - Composer
Alan Dawson - Drums
Ray Drummond - Bass, Liner Notes
Victor Feldman - Composer
Xavier Felgeyrolles - Production Coordination
Dorothy Fields - Composer
Dizzy Gillespie - Composer
Lorenz Hart - Composer
Raphaël Jonin - Mastering
Jerome Kern - Composer
Fred Lacey - Composer
Fran Landesman - Composer
Jimmy McHugh - Composer
Ogden Nash - Composer
Charlie Parker - Composer
Richard Rodgers - Composer
Sonny Rollins - Composer
Walter Squindo - Executive Producer
Charles Thomas - Arranger, Composer, Leader, Piano, Primary Artist
Michel Vasset - Photography
Kurt Weill - Composer
Tommy Wolf - Composer
|1||Con Alma Dizzy Gillespie||Charles Thomas||5:59|
|2||The Way You Look Tonight Dorothy Fields / Jerome Kern||Charles Thomas||6:04|
|3||Theme for Ernie Fred Lacey||Charles Thomas||7:47|
|4||Barbados Charlie Parker||Charles Thomas||4:11|
|5||Spring Can Really Hang You up the Most Fran Landesman / Tommy Wolf||Charles Thomas||6:09|
|6||Speak Low Ogden Nash / Kurt Weill||Charles Thomas||5:01|
|7||Pamela Charles Thomas||Charles Thomas||4:47|
|8||Oleo Sonny Rollins||Charles Thomas||3:53|
|9||Paul's Pal Sonny Rollins||Charles Thomas||5:41|
|10||Too Young to Go Steady Harold Adamson / Jimmy McHugh||Charles Thomas||7:45|
|11||Seven Steps to Heaven Victor Feldman||Charles Thomas||3:47|
|12||Teo Miles Davis||Charles Thomas||5:27|
|13||Have You Met Miss Jones Lorenz Hart / Richard Rodgers||Charles Thomas||4:31|