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    Autumn Jazz Collection

    Early Autumn - Woody Herman & His Orchestra with Stan Getz (Capitol)


    Autumn Breeze - Milt Jackson & The Modern Jazz Quartet (Savoy)


    Autumn In New York - Bud Powell Trio (Blue Note)

    Autumn In New York - Charlie Parker Quartet With Joe Lipman Orchestra (Clef)

    Autumn In New York - Modern Jazz Quartet (Prestige)

    Autumn In New York - Johnny Hodges (Norgran)


    Autumn Leaves - Ahmad Jamal Trio (Argo)

    Autumn Leaves - Bill Evans Trio (Riverside)

    Autumn Leaves - Cannonball Adderley's Five Stars (Blue Note)

    Autumn Leaves - Erroll Garner (Columbia Jazz)

    Autumn Leaves - Miles Davis Quintet (Columbia)

    Autumn Leaves - Oscar Peterson & Stephane Grappelli Quartet (EmArcy)

    Autumn Leaves - Stan Getz Quintet (Roost)


    Autumn Serenade - Johnny Hartman With John Coltrane Quartet (Impulse!)


    Autumnal Suite - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (UA / MGM)


    September In The Rain - Lester Young Quartet (Clef)


    An attempt to gather together any Jazz tracks with titles which relate to Autumn all in the one place!

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    Tis Autumn-Chet Baker
    Fall-Miles Davis
    September Song-Sarah Vaughan

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    Lullaby Of The Leaves - Art Farmer Quartet (Argo)

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    Gorgeous version of Autumn Leaves on
    Gianni Basso Quartet "A la France Dall Italia.. Vol.1"
    Great CD. Basso´s style and sound are a mix of Stan Getz and Ben Webster, sidemen great, recording quality superb.

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    If it has to be autumn allready
    then I prefer this one:

    Indian Summer - Chris Botti (album: A Thousand Kisses Deep)

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    September Song - Sarah Vaughn; Sarah Vaughn (EmArcy)
    'Tis Autumn - Ella Fitzgerald & Joe Pass; Fitzgerald and Pass Again (Pablo)
    Autumn in New York - Anthony Braxton / Mario Pavone Quintet; Seven Standards (Knitting Factory)
    Autumn In New York - Billie Holiday; A Recital by Billie Holiday (Clef)

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    Quote Originally Posted by page View Post
    Indian Summer - Chris Botti (album: A Thousand Kisses Deep)
    Just discovered I have another track with the same title.

    Indian Summer - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (Bethlehem)

    I guess it's an instrumental version of the same song.....

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    Autumn in New York by Shorty Rogers; don't remember when/where he recorded it.
    Working on: blues rhythm and comping and soloing.

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    september in the rain, by the great harry warren/al dubin team. some interesting versions:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge3Sc...eature=related

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPWwK...eature=related

    (for you, page) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcYi2...eature=related

    dinah tribute:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hGry...eature=related

    indian summer, by the incomparable zoot sims (the whole album is outstanding):

    http://www.rhapsody.com/zoot-sims/the-innocent-years

    rosemary clooney for autumn in new york:

    http://music.myspace.com/index.cfm?f...0&albumid=2564

    the neglected charlie mariano:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYE9iGJFKf8

    jo stafford also very lovely:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpL8b...eature=related

    and earlier:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMzRr...eature=related

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie P View Post
    Just discovered I have another track with the same title.

    Indian Summer - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra (Bethlehem)

    I guess it's an instrumental version of the same song.....
    Chris Botti is an instrumentalist too, he plays trumpet. You maybe expected me to post a vocalversion but I didn't. (Ella sang the song btw, written by Victor Herbert (music) and Al Dublin (lyrics))
    Quote Originally Posted by randalljazz View Post
    september in the rain, by the great harry warren/al dubin team. some interesting versions:

    (for you, page) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcYi2...eature=related
    Thank you so much, Randall. Yes, Pia (Beck) is famous out here. Did you know her? She did say goodbye to the stage in 2003 at the age of 78. Don't believe everything Pia is singing in this version of 'September in the rain'. We have a real good summer this year in Holland. According to her: all year long bad weather in Holland.

    Rita (Reys) another jazzlady from that time is still singing. She's in her eighties like Pia is now and even a year older than her. Here singing 'Early Autumn' at the NSJF 1982 (and a few other songs):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PA4l4Q5BdnA
    together with her husband's trio. He died in 1996 but he was famous in jazz too. His name was Pim Jacobs. She still sings with the trio with his brother still in it. So 2 famous jazzladies from Holland. So that proves that singing jazz keeps young.

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    Autumn In New York - Kenny Dorham (Blue Note)

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    Autumn In New York: Chet Baker (Plays standards)

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    My favorite version of "Tis Autumn" is by the Nat Cole Trio on Capitol Records. Great stuff...

    It isn't autumn until you spin Van Morrison's "Autumn Song" from the "Hard Nose The Highway" album...
    Come visit Where Dead Voices Gather; the blog and the podcast!

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    Fairly sure Stan Getz recorded "Indian Summer" in the 1950s. Maybe on "Getz Plays" or "The Steamer" or some other Verve LP.

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    Stan Kenton - Theme for Autumn (a Ken Hanna composition, recorded in 1972)

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