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9 thoughts on “ My Mans Gone Now - Clark Terry - Porgy & Bess (CD, Album)

  1. Wow.A fantastic CD with a rich and gorgeous orchestra backing a great soloist. Hard to believe Gershwin wrote these songs in the thirties, Gil Evans originally did the orchestrations for Miles so long ago and now Jeff Lindberg leads the Chicago Jazz Orchestra to back Terry in this terrific collection from Porgy and Bess.5/5(7).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Clark Terry With Jeff Lindberg And The Chicago Jazz Orchestra - George Gershwin's Porgy & Bess at Discogs. Complete your Clark Terry With Jeff Lindberg And The Chicago Jazz Orchestra collection.4/5(1).
  3. Terry 's flügelhorn beautifully projects the emotion of Porgy in the soulful "Bess, You Is My Woman Now," while capturing the pain of Bess in the plaintive "My Man's Gone Now." Terry 's touch of humor is displayed in "Fisherman, Strawberry and Devil Crab" and the saucy "It Ain't Necessarily So."9/
  4. My Man's Gone Now Lyrics: My man's gone now / Ain't no use a listenin' / For his tired footsteps / Climbin' up the stairs / Old man sorrow's / Come to keep me company / Whisperin' beside me / When.
  5. Browse: Gershwin - My man's gone now (from Porgy and Bess) This page lists all recordings of My man's gone now (from Porgy and Bess) by George Gershwin (). Showing 1 - 4/5.
  6. "My Man's Gone Now" is an aria composed by George Gershwin, with lyrics by DuBose Heyward, written for the opera Porgy and Bess (). Sung in the original production by Ruby Elzy, it has been covered by many singers, notably Ella Fitzgerald (on the Porgy and Bess album), Leontyne Price, Audra McDonald (who would later sing the part of Bess), Nina .
  7. My man's gone now Ain't no use a listenin' For his tired footsteps Climbin' up the stairs Old man sorrow's Come to keep me company Whisperin' beside me When I say my prayers When I say my prayers He come aroud He come up, he come around Ain't that I mind workin' Workin' means travelers Journeyin' togheter To the promised land But old man sorrow Mountin' all the way .
  8. Orchestra recorded on November 10 & 11, and February 23, Additional sessions with Clark Terry were recorded on December 18, 19 & 30, Gil Evans' arrangements were written for Miles Davis' album Porgy And Bess. Barcode and Other Identifiers.
  9. CD-1 1. Introduction / Summertime 2. Summertime 3. A Woman is Sometime Thing 4. Here come de Honey Man 5. Evening Ladies, Hello Boys 6. No, No, Brother, Porgy ain't Soft on no Woman 7. Gone, gone, gone 8. Overflow, overflow 9. I can't Puzzle this thing out My man's Gone Now Oh, The Train is at the Station Oh, I'm Agoin' out to the.

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