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Summit Ridge Drive ()


Artie Shaw's Gramercy Five was named after a telephone exchange that serviced a rather affluent district near Manhattan's private-access Gramercy Park. Living Era's double-disc compendium Summit Ridge Drive traces the evolution of what was arguably Shaw's most artistically advanced musical organization from its inception in 1940 through the magnificent 1945 sessions to the very modern-sounding recordings of the "new" Gramercy Five in 1953 and 1954. Although Shaw's big band discography is richly stocked with suave standards ...

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  1. Special Delivery Stomp
  2. Summit Ridge Drive
  3. Keepin' Myself for You
  4. Cross Your Heart
  5. Dr. Livingstone, I Presume
  6. When the Quail Come Back to San Quentin
  7. My Blue Heaven
  8. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
  9. The Grabtown Grapple
  10. The Sad Sack
  11. Scuttlebutt
  12. The Gentle Grifter
  13. Mysterioso
  14. Hop, Skip and Jump
  15. That Old Feeling
  16. Bésame Mucho (Kiss Me Musch)
  17. I've Got a Crush on You
  18. Sunny Side Up
  19. Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes)
  20. Tenderly
  21. The Pied Piper Theme
  22. Imagination
  23. Don't Take Your Love from Me
  24. Stop and Go Mambo
  25. I Can't Get Started
  26. Lyric
  27. Lugubrious
  28. My Funny Valentine
  29. Too Marvelous for Words
  30. Yesterdays
  31. September Song
  32. Frenesi
  33. Dancing in the Dark
  34. Back Bay Shuffle
  35. Stardust
  36. Begin the Beguine
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Summit Ridge Drive
2005, ASV/Living Era

UPC: 743625200720


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