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  1. Mark Howe Murphy ( – ) was a jazz singer often based in New York City. He was known for his use of vocalese and vocal improvisations with both melody and lyrics. He was the recipient of the , , , and Down Beat magazine readers jazz poll for Best Male Vocalist of the Year and also the recipient of six Grammy award /5(8).
  2. Nov 01,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Put The Blame On Mame · Mark Murphy Playing The Field ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ Capitol Records, LLC Released on: Conductor.
  3. MARK MURPHY Vinyl Records and CDs Mark Murphy has managed to weather every change in music since the mids without ever compromising who he is nor what he does (he's not a snob, he just plays to his strengths) and by doing so he has remained .
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mark Murphy - Playing The Field at Discogs. Complete your Mark Murphy collection.
  5. Murphy, Mark - Best of Mark Murphy - inconmedipecopapunhostfigulec.xyzinfo Music Skip to main content Mark Murphy Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 5 ratings. Put The Blame On Mame 2. Swinging On A Star 3. Playing Field 4. Day In-Day Out 5. This Could Be The Start Of Something Big/5(5).
  6. The third of Mark Murphy's three Capitol LPs (all of which are long out of print) features the singer performing six songs apiece with an unidentified big band arranged by Bill Holman and an unknown trio; why was the personnel not listed? Murphy is swinging, already displaying an individual voice although the renditions are generally brief. Highlights include "Put the Blame on Mame," "Swinging 8/
  7. Mark Murphy Mark Murphy (born March 14, ) is an American jazz singer based in New York. He is most noted for his definitive and unique vocalese and vocal improvisations with both melody and lyrics. He is the recipient of the , , , and Down Beat magazine readers jazz poll for Best Male Voca more».
  8. Far better, and far more indicative of his future greatness, was ’s Playing the Field, including a sizzling ride through “Put the Blame on Mame,” a terrifically loose-limbed “As Long As I Live” and a superbly spare, tender “I Didn’t Know About You.”.
  9. Meet Mark Murphy (The Singing "M") () Facinating Rhythm, A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square, Give it Back to the Indians, Guess I'll Hang My Tears Out to Dry, Limehouse Blues, I'm a Circus, Exactly Like You, Two Ladies in de Shade of de Banana Tree, Irresistible You, If I Could Be With You (One Hour Tonight), You Mustn't Kick it Around, I've Got Two Eyes Playing the Field () Put the.

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