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Sammy Davis Jr. / Buddy Rich - Sammy Davis Jr. Y Buddy Rich (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. “Relax, sit down, and swing with me,” says extraordinary vocalist Sammy Davis Jr. at the beginning of this live Las Vegas performance. He is joined by an equally superb talent, jazz drummer Buddy Rich .
  2. Sammy Davis, Jr. () was widely known for most of his career as the World’s Greatest Entertainer. Primarily a singer and dancer, he was also a television and film actor, a Broadway headliner, a bestselling author, a comic and impressionist, and a multi-instrumentalist.
  3. The Sounds of ’66 is a live album by Sammy Davis, Jr., accompanied by the Buddy Rich Big Band. The album was recorded at the Sands Hotel on the Las Vegas Strip. AllMusic Review by Alex Henderson.
  4. That's All!, an Album by Sammy Davis, Jr.. Released in on Reprise (catalog no. 2RS ; Vinyl LP). Featured peformers: Sammy Davis, Jr. (vocals), George Rhodes (piano, conductor), Michael Silva (drums), John DeRose (guitar), Reunald Jones (trumpet), Aaron Bell (bass), Benny Powell (trombone), Jimmy Bowen (producer), Eddie Brackett (engineer), Ed Thrasher (art direction), Ken Kim.
  5. Sammy Davis Jr* / Buddy Rich. Format: Album, LP. Catalog number: RSLP Year: Label: Reprise Records. Format name: Vinyl. Genres: Jazz. Styles: Easy Listening, Swing. About. The Record Album has been buying and selling records in Brighton since Renowned as Europe’s foremost soundtrack shop, we also feature music of every genre.
  6. Like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis, Jr. was a jazz-influenced pop singer who knew how to swing hard. And when Davis joined forces with drummer Buddy Rich in , swinging hard was inevitable. The Sounds of '66 documents a show in Las Vegas, where Davis was backed by Rich /5(23).
  7. The Sammy Davis Jr. Show; The Sounds of '66 (live, with Buddy Rich) Sammy Davis, Jr. Sings and Laurindo Almeida Plays (with Laurindo Almeida) That's All! (live) Sammy Davis, Jr. Sings the Complete 'Dr. Dolittle' Lonely Is the Name; I've Gotta Be Me; The Goin's Great; Sammy Steps Out; Verve Records.
  8. Like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis, Jr. was a jazz-influenced pop singer who knew how to swing hard. And when Davis joined forces with drummer Buddy Rich in , swinging hard was inevitable. The Sounds of '66 documents a show in Las Vegas, where Davis was backed by Rich 8/

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