Recording Date December 13, - December 15, Track Listing. Now's the Time. Charlie Parker. The 3 Sounds. George Gershwin. Here We Come. Gene Harris. Just Squeeze Me. Our Love Is Here to Stay. Sonnymoon for Two. Sonny Rollins. Retrieved 2 May Authority control MusicBrainz : cfe9-fab6e-f72d34ade. Hidden categories: Articles needing additional references from May All articles needing additional references Articles with hCards Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers.
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The album rose to No. Two final songs were recorded in May to provide B-sides for the album's lead single, " Girlfriend in a Coma ". These were to be The Smiths' last ever recordings together.
Two more singles were taken from Strangeways, Here We Come ; their B-sides were drawn from archival recordings. The album ranked number 3 among "Albums of the Year" for in the annual NME critics' poll, and "Girlfriend in a Coma" ranked number 11 among songs. Reviewing the album for AllMusic , Stephen Thomas Erlewine said it was "a subtly shaded and skilled album, one boasting a fuller production than before From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Retrieved 10 November Los Angeles Times. Q 87 : December In Brackett, Nathan; Hoard, Christian eds.The Three Sounds (also known as The 3 Sounds) were an American jazz piano trio that formed in and disbanded in The band formed in Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States, as the Four sputexovalcyde.sadoubmiveversreciperlozacansign.co original line-up consisted of Gene Harris on piano, Andrew Simpkins on double bass and Bill Dowdy on drums, along with saxophonist Lonnie "The Sound" Walker, who dropped out the following .