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Mark Murphy - Another Vision album

Mark Murphy - Another Vision album
  • Performer Mark Murphy
  • Title Another Vision
  • Date of release 1992
  • Other formats AAC MP1 APE MP4 AC3 RA WAV
  • Genre Jazz
  • Size MP3 1583 mb
  • Size FLAC 1211 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 280

Mark Howe Murphy (March 14, 1932 – October 22, 2015) was an American jazz singer based at various times in New York City, Los Angeles, London, and San Francisco. He recorded 47 albums under his own name during his lifetime and was principally known for his innovative vocal improvisations. He was the recipient of the 1996, 1997, 2000, and 2001 Down Beat magazine readers' jazz poll for Best Male Vocalist and was also nominated five times for the Grammy Award for Best Vocal Jazz Performance.

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Standing in the water anadeoro with not another soul insight. At least in this direction! Great spot on uisobispo uisobispoguide uisobispocollection.

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Artist: Mark Murphy Album: Love is what stays Genre: Vocal Jazz, Free Jazz, Blues, Downtempo Origin: USA Released: 2007 Quality: mp3, 224 kbps. Blue Cell Phone 13. Did I Ever Really Live. Mark Murphy’s 2005 Verve album, Once to Every Heart, focused on the veteran jazz vocalist’s rare, even singular ability with ballads and torch songs. Produced by Till Brönner, the great flügelhorn player, it was an album that brought Murphy’s name back toward - if not into - the jazz mainstream and offered another side of his work to the ever hip European DJs who revere his catalog. Love Is What Stays is a deeply satisfying and, in places, even astonishing reflection on time and its passage.

Mark Murphy covers well-known as well as rare material made by Nat Cole. Delicious to perceive two personalities and approaches to singing which are so completely different and so deeply powerful. This is another gem by Murphy from the Muse Records files. Huge Mark Murphy fan and I love this album, but this is missing "Until the Real Thing Comes Along" from the original release. It's possible other songs are missing, too, I just can't remember at the moment.

Mark Murphy (safety, born 1955) (born 1955), retired American football player, now President and CEO of the Green Bay Packers. Mark Murphy (safety, born 1958) (born 1958), retired American football player. Mark Murphy (soccer) (born 1984), American soccer player. Mark Murphy (singer) (1932–2015), American jazz singer.


1 The Masquerade Is Over 6:55
2 I Wish, I Knew
2 A Ghost Of A Chance 4:53
3 The More I See You 3:22
4 People Will Try Again 4:30
5 Nobody Else But Me 5:41
6 Weaver Of Dreams 10:29
7 Quiet Now 4:25
8 Speak Low 7:18
9 Love Locked Out 3:57
10 Pieces of Dreams
10 You Must Believe In Spring 6:22
11 Epilogue - Never Never Land 2:52

Companies, etc.

  • Produced For – Fever Music bvba
  • Recorded At – Studio 44


  • Bass – Martin Wind
  • Drums – Hans Van Oosterhout
  • Flugelhorn – Ack Van Rooyen
  • Piano, Producer – Jack van Poll
  • Recorded By – Max Bolleman
  • Tenor Saxophone – Turk Mauro


Recording dates: 3rd and 4th of July 1992
Recording by Max Bolleman, Studio 44, Monster, Holland
Painting on cover by Manel Bea
Produced by Jack van Poll for Fever Music Belgium

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