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She Rote
Charlie Parker Quintet Lyrics


We have lyrics for these tracks by Charlie Parker Quintet:

A Night In Tunisia [Instrumental]…
All The Things You Are You are the promised kiss of springtime That makes the lone…
Back Home Blues Everyone knows him as Old Folks Like the seasons, he'll com…
Bebop We at the Downtown Cabinay, right across the street from…
Don't Blame me Ever since the lucky night I found you I've hung around…
Embraceable Embrace me, my sweet embraceable you! Embrace me, you irrep…
Embraceable You Embrace me, my sweet embraceable you! Embrace me, you irrepl…
I Get A Kick Out Of You I get no kick from champagne, Mere alcohol, Doesn't thrill…
Lover Man I don't know why but I'm feeling so sad I long…
Loverman I don't know why but I'm feeling so sad I long…
My Old Flame My old flame, I can't even think of his name…
Night in Tunisia [Instrumental]…
Perdido Perdido, I look for my heart it's perdido I lost it…
Star Eyes Star eyes, That to me is what your eyes are, Soft as…

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Grant Koeller

Charlie Parker’s “She Rote”, often (ever since the liner notes on the original Verve LP) stated as being based on “Out of Nowhere,” is actually based on the chords of “Beyond the Blue Horizon.” The relative obscurity of that tune as a jazz standard -- no bebopper ever played it to my knowledge-- along with the furious tempo of Bird’s superb performance, has caused it to be generally overlooked as the source for “She Rote,” which careful listening will definitely indicate has no relation to “Out of Nowhere” -- a tune Bird frequently recorded elsewhere though never at this tempo or for that matter, in this key (Bb). As he often did, Bird resurrected a hitherto neglected standard and made brilliant use of it!

Scott Robinson

There is some resemblance, but it's not the same changes. The 1st and 3rd eights sound closer to Bye Bye Blues, to me.

Scotty Ace Shaffner

Astute commentary!

Grant Koeller

Swedish Schnapps (The Genius of Charlie Parker, volume 8) (MG V-8010) is a Charlie Parker compilation album, released by Verve Records, compiling recordings made by two different groups, on two different dates in 1951.[3] The tracks had previously been released as 78rpm singles, and the master takes had previously appeared on the 1955 Clef Records LP The Magnificent Charlie Parker (MG C-646).[4][5]

The two sessions feature either Max Roach or Kenny Clarke on drums. The January 17 1951 session features Miles Davis on trumpet, who had made many recordings as part of Parker's band in 1946 and 1947. This recording session was the same day as Davis' own first recording session for his new label, Prestige Records, which he would complete later the same day.[6]

Track listing
Side one
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Si Si" Charlie Parker 2:38
2. "Swedish Schnapps" Charlie Shavers 3:14
3. "Swedish Schnapps (Alternate Take)" Charlie Shavers 3:11
4. "Back Home Blues" Charlie Parker 2:36
5. "Back Home Blues (Alternate Take)" Charlie Parker 2:47
6. "Lover Man" Jimmy Davis, Roger "Ram" Ramirez, James Sherman 3:22
Side two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
7. "Au Privave" Charlie Parker 2:39
8. "Au Privave (Alternate Take)" Charlie Parker 2:43
9. "She Rote" Charlie Parker 3:09
10. "She Rote (Alternate Take)" Charlie Parker 3:06
11. "K.C. Blues" Charlie Parker 3:24
12. "Star Eyes" Gene de Paul, Don Raye 3:35
13. "Blues for Alice" Charlie Parker 2:47
Performers
tracks 1-6, 13 August 8, 1951

Charlie Parker - Saxophone
Red Rodney - Trumpet
John Lewis - Piano
Ray Brown - Bass
Kenny Clarke - Drums
tracks 7-12 January 17 1951[7]

Charlie Parker - Saxophone
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Walter Bishop Jr. - Piano
Teddy Kotick - Bass
Max Roach - Drums

Scotty Ace Shaffner

Love it!

Grant Koeller

Charlie Parker - Saxophone
Miles Davis - Trumpet
Walter Bishop Jr. - Piano
Teddy Kotick - Bass
Max Roach - Drums

haroun

Just Beautiful ...

dallaskenn

Happy Birthday, Bird (8.29.12)!

Busikorage

BIRD LIVES!!!!!!!!!

Jim Baldwin

Miles Davis