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8 thoughts on “ I Wish I Knew - Steve Herberman - Thoughtlines (CD, Album)

  1. I Wish I Knew by Steve Herberman was written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren and was first recorded by Dick Haymes with Orchestra under Direction of Victor Young in Steve Herberman released it on the album Thoughtlines in It was covered by Wes Montgomery, Jane Fielding with Red Mitchell - Lou Levy, Jane Jarvis, Lucy Yeghiazaryan and other artists.
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  3. I Wish I Knew by Steve Herberman was written by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren and was first recorded by Dick Haymes with Orchestra under Direction of Victor Young in Steve Herberman released it on the album Thoughtlines in It was covered by Jane Jarvis, Lucy Yeghiazaryan, Heads of State, Ernie Nelson and other artists.
  4. I wish I knew Someone like you could love me I wish I knew You place no one above me. Did I mistake this For a real romance? I wish I knew But only you can answer. If you don't care Why let me hope and pray so? Don't lead me on If I'm a fool, just say so. Should I keep dreaming on Or just forget you? What shall I do? I wish I knew.
  5. Steve Herberman and his trio stretch out over a set of favorite modern jazz classics and originals ranging in styles, meters and moods. The unique arrangements and extended improvisation coupled with subtle group interplay holds the listeners attention. At the root of Steve's playing is a love of contrapuntal textures, a harmonic approach to improvising and rhythmic diversity. 'Ideals.
  6. "Wish I Knew You" is a song by American rock band The Revivalists, from the album, "Men Amongst Mountains." The song was written by the band and was produced.
  7. This album is a collection of solo guitar recorded live (HQ audio) with no edits. Music ranges from jazz composers such as Billy Strayhorn, Bill Evans, Charlie Parker, Joe Pass, and originals by Steve Herberman. Also features great American popular songs. Recorded on a Comins Concert model 7 string through a GLB Sound Gig 50 SH, signature amp.
  8. Billy Taylor originally composed this gospel jazz song as "I Wish I Knew" in He was spurred to write the tune when his daughter Kim came home from school singing a spiritual. Taylor recorded the tune as an instrumental with a big-band lineup of 19 musicians on November 12, Taylor's first.

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