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Lazy Afternoon - Ralph Burns And The Quiet Herd* - Very Warm For Jazz

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  • <cite class="fn">Volkree </cite>
    Jul 06,  · The cover's reference to the “quiet herd" is a play on Herman's “thundering herd." With Herman, Burns was probably best known for his arrangement of the moody mulitpart Summer Sequence () and reedy Early Autumn (). Burt Korall, the liner-notes writer on Very Warm for Jazz, quotes jazz writer and editor Barry Ulanov on Burns.
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    Atlantic Records Catalog: series Atlantic series (12 inch 78 rpm) John Dall, Vernon Duke, Lehman Engel, Walter Benton - This Is My Beloved, Part 1 & 2
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    Ralph Burns And The Quiet Herd ‎– Very Warm For Jazz1/5(1).
  • <cite class="fn">Gull </cite>
    Dec 03,  · Lazy Day In Love Columbia recorded 11/8/71, Robert Farnon, not released yet Little Green Apples Columbia recorded 7/10/69, unreleased, Peter Matz Love You Madly Columbia unreleased From “Hot & Cool” sessions, Ralph Burns Love Is Here To Stay Columbia recorded 6/11/58, Ralph Burns, not released Make It Easy On Yourself.
  • <cite class="fn">Mokazahn </cite>
    Decca - Label Discography Ralph Burns And The Quiet Herd Very Warm For Jazz Vol. 1 A1: Witchcraft A2: Summer Love B1: On A Sunday By The Sea B2: Lazy Afternoon: Decca Sweden: BME EP: 0: Ralph Burns And The Quiet Herd Very Warm For Jazz Vol. 2 A1: Tonight A2: Blues For Terrissita.
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