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It Had To Be You - Frank Rosolino - Turn Me Loose! (CD, Album)

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  1. Popular or famous Frank Rosolino music songs: There Is No Greater Love Lyrics, Don't Take Your Love from Me, Chrisdee, Things We Did Last Summer, Doxy. More music lyrics and songs I Thought About You, India , Laura, Blue Daniel, Everything Happens to Me, Free for All, There's No You, Who Can I Turn .
  2. Nov 08,  · When you speak to me I don't resemble, who I was You've almost had enough And your actions speak louder than words And you're about to break from all you.
  3. Frank Rosolino Reprise Reprise (label) Jazz (CD, LP) Vocalists (CD, LP) One of the rarest albums by Frank Rosolino – and a surprisingly great vocal set as well! The tunes are short, but Frank manages to both sing and turn in his usual trombone solo work here .
  4. Turn Me Loose- Frank Rosolino Music Lover: Sandi Winkler-Hummer from Hermosa Beach Central Oregon-- August, 21, This to me is a find, a truly wonderful find. I knew Frank when he played at the Lighthouse in the 50's, where it was against the rules to sing, as they didn't have a license for it, so we would hear him sing while walking down the hall or just a few words when it was certain /5(11).
  5. Frank Rosolino (August 20, – November 26, ) was an American jazz trombonist. He shot both of his sons, one fatally, before committing suicide in Biography. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Frank Rosolino studied the guitar with his father from the age of 9.
  6. Jun 03,  · fiks Стаж: 12 лет 8 месяцев Сообщений: fiks22 · Мар (5 лет 3 месяца назад) Frank Rosolino - Turn Me Loose! Жанр: Bop, Cool Носитель: CD Страна-производитель диска (релиза): EU/Япония Год издания: Издатель (лейбл): Reprise/WEA/Warner (Jazz Best Collection ).
  7. Frank Rosolino was born in Detroit on August 20, and began taking trombone lessons in the eighth grade or about the time he was 14 years of age. Many of the traditional musical hurdles had already been “smoothed” out prior to his introduction to the trombone as a result of the guitar lessons he received from his father from the age of 9.
  8. This is a vocal album. Do not purchase this CD if you don't want to hear Frank Rosolino SING. His singing is a little out of tune at times, a little wild at times, and not even a little bit smooth or polished, but don't you want to know what a great *trombone player* would do if you .

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