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Manhattan At Midnight. Overview (current section). Manhattan At Midnight. Label: Grp. Ellis Larkins is one of jazz's greatest cocktail pianists and accompanists on the level of Erroll Garner, Hank Jones and Oscar Peterson. Here, Larkins and his trio pay their respects to the mystique and magic of Manhattan, America's metropolitan crown jewel. Composed of two extended medleys; track one is all of Larkin's 1956 EP Manhattan at MidnightPenthouse Serenade EP of the same year. 1. Medley: Manhattan at Midnight. 2. Medley: Penthouse Serenade. Latest albums by Ellis Larkins. 2 x 2: Ruby and Ellis Play Rodgers and Hart. Blue And Sentimental. CD - Universal International. The former is particularly intriguing for it consists of two lengthy medleys that originally filled the two sides of an LP. The "Manhattan at Midnight Suite" has eight songs that musically hint at stories of New York nightlife in the 1950s while "Penthouse Suite" is perfect music for the cocktail hour. Larkins, guitarist Art Ryerson, and bassist Beverly Peer play as one, going smoothly and seamlessly from one song to another. The relaxed ambiance continues even when the performances are briefly uptempo
Ellis Larkins (May 15, 1923 – September 30, 2002) was an African-American jazz pianist born in Baltimore, Maryland, perhaps best known for his two recordings with Ella Fitzgerald, the albums Ella Sings Gershwin (1950) and Songs in a Mellow Mood (1954). Manhattan at Midnight Suite: Manhattan Serenade/Lullaby of Broadway. Vol. 1-Calling Berlin - Ellis Larkins, Ruby Braff, Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins. Blue And Sentimental - Ellis Larkins. Calling Berlin, Vol 2 - Ellis Larkins, Ruby Braff, Ruby Braff & Ellis Larkins.
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Ellis Larkins (May 15, 1923 – September 30, 2002) was an American jazz pianist born in Baltimore, Maryland, perhaps best known for his two recordings with Ella Fitzgerald: the albums Ella Sings Gershwin (1950) and Songs in a Mellow Mood (1954). He was also the leader in the first solo sides by singer Chris Connor on her album Chris (1954). Larkins was the first African American to attend the Peabody Conservatory of Music, a well-known institute in Baltimore
|A2||Lullaby Of Broadway|
|A3||Autumn In New York|
|A4||The Blue Room|
|A5||Sidewalks Of New York|
|A6||Lullaby Of Birdland|
|A7||Forty-five Minutes From Broadway|
|B1||(When We're Alone) Penthouse Serenade|
|B3||Down In The Depths 90th Floor|
|B4||Give Me Regards To Broadway|
|B5||Stompin' At The Savoy|
|B6||One For My Baby|
- Manufactured By – MCA Victor, Inc.
- Bass – Beverly Peer
- Guitar – Art Ryerson
- Piano – Ellis Larkins
Notesmanufactured and printed in US Japan Press with japanese insert
|DL 8303||Ellis Larkins||Manhattan At Midnight (LP, Album, Mono)||Decca||DL 8303||1956|
|LAT 8189||Ellis Larkins||Manhattan at Midnight (LP, Album, Mono)||Brunswick||LAT 8189||UK||1957|
|DL 8303||Ellis Larkins||Manhattan At Midnight (LP, Mono)||Decca||DL 8303||Canada||1956|
|AH 42||Ellis Larkins||Manhattan At Midnight (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Ace Of Hearts||AH 42||UK||1961|