Winifred Atwell CD

A classical musician from Trinidad who made an indelible impression on the British public.

Playing her "other piano" she set the feet tapping with rags, boogies and fast tempo numbers which were a real delight. With her huge smile as she bashed out her favourite numbers elsewhere on the small screen, Winifred Atwell was synonymous with both style and panache.

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Winifred Atwell CD Specification
Code: C127


Track Listings:
1. Black and White Rag (Botsford) recorded 1951
2. Britannia Rag (Atwell) recorded 1952
3. Piano Party (Baby Face/Coming Through the Rye/Annie Laurie/Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry/Put Your Arms Around Me Honey/Hold Me Tight/Apple Blossom Time/Shine On Harvest Moon/Blue Skies/ Never Say Never Again/I’ll See You In My Dreams)
(arr. Atwell) recorded 1959
4. Choo Choo Samba (Godinho, Fishman) recorded 1951
5. Coronation Rag (Atwell) recorded 1953
6. Piano Tuner’s Boogie (Kirk) recorded 1956
7. Stardust (Carmichael) recorded 1956
8. Let’s Have a Party (If You Knew Susie/The More We Are Together/Eyes of Blue/Knees Up Mother Brown/Daisy Daisy/Bumps a Daisy/She Was a Sweet Little Dicky Bird/Five O’Clock in the Morning) (arr. Atwell) recorded 1953
9. Ugly Duckling (Rey) recorded 1955
10. Toy Shop Rag (Vuik) recorded 1956
11. Rampart Street Rock (Bauduc, Haggart, Bob Crosby) recorded 1956
12. Crazy Words, Crazy Tune (Ager, Yellen) recorded 1952
13. Let’s Have Another Party (Somebody Stole My Gal/I Wonder Where My Baby is Tonight?/Red Red Robin/Bye Bye Blackbird/Sheik of Araby/Another Little Drink/Lily of Laguna/You Are My Honeysuckle/ Broken Doll/Nelly Dean) (arr. Atwell) recorded 1954
14. Cross Hands Boogie (New) recorded 1951
15. Flirtation Waltz (Heywood, Sarony) recorded 1953
16. Jubilee Rag (Atwell) recorded 1952
17. Left Bank (Monnot) recorded 1956
18. Let’s Make it a Party (Who Were You With Last Night?/Who’s Your Lady Friend?/Yes Sir, That’s My Baby/Don’t Dilly Dally/Roll Out the Barrel/After the Ball/Paddy O’Neil/Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland/ I Belong to Glasgow/Down at the Old Bull and Bush)
(arr. Atwell) recorded 1956
19. Plink Plank Plunk (Leroy Anderson) recorded 1952
20. Poor People of Paris (Monnot) recorded 1956
21. Port au Prince (Wayne, Cabot, Atwell) recorded 1956
22. March of the Cards (Fain) recorded 1951
23. Swanee River Boogie (trad.) recorded 1951
24. Winnie’s Waltzing Rag (Atwell, Newberry) recorded 1955
25. Let’s Have a Ding Dong (Ain’t She Sweet/Oh Johnny/You Beautiful Doll/Yes, We Have No Bananas/Happy Days Are Here Again/Blowing Bubbles/I’ll Be Your Sweetheart/If Those Lips Could Only Speak/Who’s Taking you Home Tonight?) (arr. Atwell) recorded 1955


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