Jane Getz - No Ordinary Child flac album
Title: No Ordinary Child
Style: Folk Rock
MP3 album: 1272 mb
FLAC album: 1101 mb
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Genre: Rock / Folk / World music
Jane Getz (born 12 September 1942) is an American jazz pianist and session musician. Getz learned classical piano as a child and began playing jazz at the age of nine. She lived in California early in life but when she was sixteen moved to New York City. There she immediately found work playing with Pony Poindexter and later performed with Charles Mingus, Herbie Mann, Stan Getz, Roland Kirk, Jay Clayton, Charles Lloyd, and Pharoah Sanders. In the early 1970s Getz returned to Los Angeles and found work as a studio musician. During this period, Getz wrote the title track for the 1973 Jimmie Spheeris album The Original Tap Dancing Kid. Getz went into semi-retirement from jazz at this period, but began playing jazz again in the 1990s. She was with Dale Fielder's quartet in Los Angeles from 1995. Her first jazz record as a leader, No Relation, appeared in 1996.
Jane Richmond Hyslop (born 15 February 1967), known professionally as Jane Child, is a Canadian singer, songwriter and record producer best known for her hit single "Don't Wanna Fall in Love". She is also known for her unique and unusual fashion style, which included a hairstyle made of spikes and ankle length braids, and a nose chain piercing. Child was born in Toronto, and is the daughter of noted Canadian classical musician Ricky Hyslop and Lorraine Johnson.
Jane Getz made a strong but brief impression while playing in New York in the mid- to late '60s, and then seemed to disappear until she emerged in Los Angeles in the mid-'90s. The truth is that she never left music, but took a long hiatus from jazz. Considered a prodigy as a child, Getz switched from classical music to jazz when she was nine. She lived in Los Angeles and San Francisco and then at the age of 15, dropped out of high school and traveled to New York City, where within hours she was playing with Pony Poindexter. JANE GETZ with DALE FIELDER 2. 7. Jane Getz & Company "Go Back To Your Wife" (Lyric video). Jane Getz - Boy From Portland. Mother Hen (Jane Getz) - Sing Evermore. Jane Getz (Mother Hen) - No Ordinary Child. Jane Getz (Mother Hen) - Gonna See If The Madam& In. Download SoundHound.
Jane getz no ordinary child 1973 sealed original vinyl jazz lp RCA 4804.
No Ordinary Child" is Jane Getz' second album released two year after the debut LP. The album is very similar to her first album "Mother He. Just like her first effort, the album is amazingly well arranged and powerful lyrics as well. Two thumbs up! Track Listing: No Ordinary Child. Organ-Grinder Music In My Ear. On The Shores Of Okinawa.
She was a classical piano child prodigy at age six, but she switched from classical music to jazz when she was about nine. By the time she was 12, her mother was taking her around Los Angeles to sit in with such jazz musicians as drummer Billy Higgins and saxophonist Norwood "Pony" Poindexter, and singer-songwriter Gene McDaniels (of "A Hundred Pounds of Clay" fame). At the age of 16 she went to New York.
Jane Getz ( born January 1, 1948) is an American jazz pianist and recording artist. Getz, who grew up in Los Angeles and San Francisco, was considered a musical prodigy and moved at the age of 9 years, from classical to jazz. At the age of 15, she dropped out of high school and moved to New York City, where she played in a short time with Pony Poindexter. In 1996, she recorded her first jazz album "No Relation" (Clarion Jazz ) on under his own name after 1971 had already been published with "Mother Hen " and 1972 with " No Ordinary Child" albums in the pop and country music. Pharoah Sanders Pharoah's First ( ESP).
Jane Child is the debut album by Canadian singer Jane Child, released in 1989 on the Warner Bros. record label The album reached number 49 on the US Billboard 200 chart for the chart week of April 28, 1990. James Harrah – guitars. All songs written, performed and produced by Jane Child. Don't Wanna Fall in Love" remixed by Teddy Riley on a separate release (not on the original album). All songs recorded and engineered by Dave Jerden, except "DS 21", "Hey Mr. Jones" and "World Lullabye" (Hein Hoven), and "You're My Religion Now" (Mark Wolfson).
|1||No Ordinary Child|
|2||Organ-Grinder Music In My Ear|
|3||On The Shores Of Okinawa|
|4||I Shall Build This House Again|
|5||St. John Of The Highway|
|6||Here Comes The Captain|
|7||Gonna See If The Madam's In|
|8||If The Lady In The Song Had Been Your Mother|
|9||I Wanna Ride|
|11||Boy From Portland|
|LSP-4804||Jane Getz||No Ordinary Child (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-4804||US||1973|